Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine

1. JANE LANDERS ON BLACK SOCIETY IN SPANISH FL
2. TICK FEVER AND FLORIDA’S CATTLE INDUSTRY
3. ST. JOHNS CLAY POTS
1. JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR BOB KEALING
2. CONTENTIOUS ELECTIONS FROM FLORIDA HISTORY
1. “A NEW ERA OF DISCOVERY” AT THE BREVARD MUSEUM
2. DOCUMENTS AND LETTERS FROM THE CIVIL WAR
3. ARCHITECT WM WATERHOUSE IN MAITLAND & JVILLE
The Highwaymen Artists
19th Century Court Case about Live Oak Trees
The Spanish Mission System in Colonial Florida
Johns Committee Documentary Screening
Letters Between Andrew Jackson and John C. Calhoun
The Spalding Store
DITCH OF DREAMS: THE CROSS FLORIDA BARGE CANAL
RARE COPIES OF WILLIAM BARTRAM’S “TRAVELS”
THE STEAMSHIP HANNAH M. BELL
EARLY EFFORTS AT TOURISM PROMOTION
AUDUBON SOCIETY RECORDS AT USF
MICHAEL KOPPY – “ASHMORE’S STORE”
PANTON LESLIE TRADING COMPANY
BLACK SEMINOLES
THE HARRY S. TRUMAN LITTLE WHITE HOUSE
BULOW PLANTATION SUGAR MILL
PREHISTORIC CANOES AT NEWNAN’S LAKE
JOHN APPLEYARD ON DE LUNA LANDING ANIVERSARY
1901 FIRE IN JACKSONVILLE
“GOING APE: FLORIDA’S BATTLES OVER EVOLUTION IN THE CLASSROOM”
“MOSQUITOS, ALLIGATORS AND DETERMINATION” 2014
CONFEDERATE COLONY IN VENEZUELA
CAPEN HOUSE IN WINTER PARK
1. PONCE INLET LIGHTHOUSE
2. PERSONAL PAPERS OF MARTHA REID
3. NAIDIROLF EXHIBIT AT USF
1. APOLLO 11 MISSION 45TH ANNIVERSARY
2. SPANISH WAR VETERANS
3. THE POETRY PUBLICATION AND EVENT “REVELRY”
1. “VISION EXTRAORDINAIRE” EXHIBITION AT FIT
2. 1934 WORLD’S FAIR FLORIDA PAVILION
3. OCOEE MASSACRE OF 1920
1. MAYA ANGELOU ON ZORA NEALE HURSTON
2. FHSAI CEMETERIES AS LIVING HISTORY SYMPOSIUM
3. MAITLAND ART CENTER – ANDRE SMITH
1. CHAD LIGHT AS PEDRO MENÉNDEZ DE AVILÉS
2. ARCHIVED ISSUES OF “THE FLORIDA GROWER” MAGAZINE
3. NATURALIST WILLIAM BARTRAM IN FLORIDA
1. P.K. YONGE LIBRARY OF FLORIDA HISTORY
2. 2014 FHS ANNUAL MEETING AND SYMPOSIUM
3. NEW SMYRNA IN THE CIVIL WAR
1. FLORIDA FOLKLORIST PEGGY BULGER
2. JOSEPH MARSHALL PAPERS FROM AMERICAN REVOLUTION
3. WINDOVER ARCHAEOLOGICAL DIG TEXTILES
1. THOMAS PLUCKHAHN ON CRYSTAL RIVER ARCHAEOLOGY
2. V.C. SQUIER FLORIDA PHOTO ALBUM
3. THE HISTORY OF DELEON SPRINGS
1. 501ST ANNIVERSARY OF THE NAMING OF FLORIDA
2. 450TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FRENCH IN FLORIDA
3. ROLLINS COLLEGE PROFESSORS START BLACK MT. COLLEGE
1. MARTIN DYKMAN ON RUBIN ASKEW AND FLORIDA POLITICS
2. PANORAMIC FLORIDA PHOTOGRAPHS
3. THE WPA GUIDE TO FLORIDA
1. UNDERWATER ARCHAEOLOGIST CHUCK MEIDE
2. HISTORIC FLORIDA NEWSPAPERS
3. FLORIDA VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE
1. FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (FHSAI
2. MOSQUITO BEATERS 2014
3. REMEMBERING VOLUSIA COUNTY HISTORIAN HAROLD CARDWELL
1. DOCUMENTARY “HOPPIN’ RATTLESNAKES: ORAL HISTORIES OF BEACH RACING IN VOLUSIA COUNTY 1903-1958”
2. APOLLO 8 MISSION RECORDINGS
3. THE GULF ARCHAEOLOGY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

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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.