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The history of the University of Florida can be traced back to 1853, when the oldest of the four predecessor institutions of the University of Florida, the East Florida Theological Seminary was established in Ocala, Florida.

On January 6, 1853, Governor Thomas Brown signed a bill to provide public support for higher education in Florida. Gilbert Kingsbury was the first to take advantage of this legislation and established the East Florida Theological Seminary, which operated until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861. East Florida Theological Seminary is the first state-supported institution of higher learning in Florida.

James Henry Roper, an educator from North Carolina and a state senator from Alachua County, opened Gainesville, a school at Gainesville College, in 1858 and in 1866, Roper proposed to exchange his land and school in Florida to relocate the East Florida Theological Seminary to Gainesville.

The second major predecessor of the University of Florida was the Florida Agricultural College, which was founded by Jordan Probst in Lake City in 1884. The Florida Agricultural College became the first land-grant college in the state under the Morrill Act. In 1903, the Florida Legislature hoped to extend the school’s prospects and courses beyond its agricultural and engineering origins, and changed the name of the Florida Agricultural College to “University of Florida”, which was retained for only two years.