|Restaurants on Dock Street in Cedar Key FL|
|Cedar Key Musuem|
|Confederate Salt Kettle and Cannon Outside Cedar Key Museum|
Also saw a billboard on I-75 for the Battle of Olustee reenactment which is celebrating the Sesquicentennial of that Confederate victory on February 20th, 1864. Union troops under General Seymour were moving west out of Jacksonville where they controlled the port towards Lake City when they were met by Confederate troops under General Finegan who had built fortifications just east of the town near a rail station called Olustee. The Battle resulted in a convincing Confederate victory, forcing the Federals back to Jacksonville and ending the Union efforts to organize a state government loyal to the Union for the 1864 elections, after inflicting casualties of 1861 (against the Confederate casualties of 946). Lake City has a nice large Confederate flag right on I-75 greeting tourists to the area. The website for this Battle of Olustee is http://battleofolustee.org/ . The reenactment will be held the weekend of February 14-16, 2014.