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Suburbs of Steinhatchee: Jena.
Zip codes in the city: 32359.
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Facts about the city
Steinhatchee is a Gulf coastal community in the southern part of Taylor County, Florida. Steinhatchee is located at 29°40′16″N 83°23′15″W (26.671111, -83.387500), 33 miles (53 km) By Hwy 38.09 miles south of the county seat of Perry. Just across the Steinhatchee River is Jena, which is in Dixie County. Steinhatchee is 19.27 Hwy miles North of The Town of Cross City Florida. The Stein in Steinhatchee is pronounced as if it were spelled Steen, rather than Stine. The name Steinhatchee was derived from the Native American \"esteen hatchee\" meaning river (hatchee) of man (esteen). Since the early 19th century, the small village of Steinhatchee played an integral part in the foresting industry, as well as fishing, crabbing, and scalloping. The Steinhatchee River also flows by the community and into the Gulf of Mexico.
It was reported on February 15th, 2015 that Marilyn Keltner (Conn) passed on in Steinhatchee, Florida. Ms. Keltner was 70 years old and was born in Des Moines, IA. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Marilyn's life.
It was disclosed by Tampa Tribune on June 11th, 2014 that Earl D Meadows died in Steinhatchee, Florida. Meadows was 85 years old and was born in Newcomb, TN. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Earl D's life.
It was written by Sarasota Herald-Tribune on August 14th, 2013 that J Elven Grubbs passed away in Steinhatchee, Florida. Grubbs was 82 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor J Elven's life.
Steinhatchee is a Gulf of Mexico coastal community in Taylor County, Florida located at (26.671111, -83.387500) , 33 miles (53 km) south of the county seat of Perry, Florida The 'Stein' in Steinhatchee is pronounced as if it were spelled 'Steen', rather than 'Stine'. Since the early 1800's, the small village of Steinhatchee played an integral part in the foresting industry, as well as fishing, crabbing, and scallop fishing . Steinhatchee means 'Dead Man's River', or 'Dead Man's Bay'. . .
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