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Long Description: The origin of the tree's name is believed to be related to some local apocryphal stories about peace accords between Native Americans and Spanish or American settlers signed under its branches.The tree was immortalized by a journalist who, in an attempt to rescue it from deforestation by developers, wrote an article claiming a treaty had been signed under its branches by native Floridians and early settlers. Augustine Light, Flagler College, Lightner Museum, statue near the Cathedral Basilica of St. It is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement within the borders of the continental United States. Johns County Jail) is a city in the Southeastern United States, on the Atlantic coast in northeastern Florida.So yeah, thanks Jacksonville for making “Nookie” a thing.6.

A major project was completed in 1995 to preserve the tree and enhance the park, which was completed through the efforts of the city and private groups and individuals.

The tree has a trunk over 25 feet in circumference, it rises to height of 70 feet, and its crown spreads over 145 feet, with twisting branches that bow to the ground and curl back up.

In 1986, JEA began an important preservation program which grows seedlings from Treaty Oak acorns and makes them available through Greenscape for replanting throughout the city.

The name's origin is generally believed to be related to some local apocryphal stories about peace accords between Native Americans and Spanish or American settlers signed under its branches.

In reality, the name was created by the Florida Times-Union journalist Pat Moran who, in an attempt to rescue it from destruction by developers, wrote an article in the early 1930s claiming a treaty had been signed at the site by native Floridians and early settlers and called it Treaty Oak.