Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine

Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine of the Florida Historical Society is a weekly, half-hour radio program airing on public radiostations throughout the state beginning in January 2009. The program is a combination of interview segments and produced features covering history-based events, exhibitions, activities, places and people in Florida. We explore the relevance of Florida history to contemporary society and promote awareness of heritage and culture tourism options in the state.
Historic Palatka, Florida
The Autobiograpy of F.C.M. Boggess
Miami Herald Women's Pages
Evangeline Moore
The Real First Thanksgiving
Resilience: Remembering PULSE
Last Naval Battle of the American Revolution
Naturalist John Muir in Florida in 1867
Veterans Legacy Program
The Shrimping Industry in St. Augustine
A WPA Photojournalism Report About a Conch Settlement
The Lynching of WWI Veteran Oscar Mack
Florida - State of the Humanities at Daytona State College and the 2nd Florida Frontiers Festival
3D images from the 1800s
Governor Ruben Askew
Saving Eatonville
19th Century Novelist Kirk Munroe
Racing Pioneer Louise Smith
World War II Exhibit at the Museum of Florida History
Early Soil Survey Maps
Florida’s First Professional Football Team
Black Cloud: The Deadly Hurricane of 1928
The Military Presence in Pensacola
History of the Ku Klux Klan in Florida
John and Mary Lou Missall on Major Vinton
A History of Sugar Cultivation in Florida
Learning from Space Program Disasters
“Florida Before Statehood” at the Brevard Museum
Nathaniel H. Bishop Travels Florida in 1875
Bluegrass Music in Florida
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings in Alachua County
Hugh Willoughby in the Everglades
Frank Evans in Lake Mary
Pre-Columbian Contact
Ormond Hotel Registries from the 1920s & '30s
Buckshot in the Seminole War
U.S. Lifesaving Service’s Houses of Refuge
Early University of Florida Yearbooks
Sanford Museum
Al Koller, Author of “Exploring Space – Opening New Frontiers”
First Comprehensive Effort to Map South Florida
Jacksonville’s Brooklyn Borough
Robert Kerstein, author of “Key West on the Edge”
Firsthand Account of the 1840 Attack on Indian Key
Norman Studios
Flagler County Centennial
Firsthand Account of the Battle of Pensacola
Randall Made Knives
Michael Gannon Remembered
Letterbook of Governor John Milton
The B-52 Bomber in Orlando
Bob Kealing on "Elvis Ignited"
Panton Leslie Company Documents
New Research on Zora Neale Hurston
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum 75th Anniversary
Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
Leslie Kemp Poole on Environmental History
Archaeological Ruins at Mala Compra and the Bulow Plantation in Flagler County
Lesser Known but Influential Women in Florida History
Lincoln High School in Gainesville, Florida
Archaeologist Jerald T. Milanich
The History of Birding in Florida
Community Based Research in Hannibal Square
Sandra Thurlow discusses Houses of Refuge
Florida Historical Society Conference Cruise
Bicentennial Exhibit
Senator Bob Graham and Chris Hand, authors of “America – The Owner’s Manual”
1860 Libel Case
Civil War Monuments
The Life and Career of Zora Neale Hurston
The Biography of Captain Joseph Fry
Jim Crow Railroad Cars
Arva Moore Parks on George Merrick and Coral Cables
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps
Ernest Hemingway’s Cats