Florida Frontiers: The Weekly Radio Magazine

1. THE HISTORIC STATE CAPITOL MUSEUM
2. FLORIDA’S COLD WAR-ERA PLANS IN CASE OF NUCLEAR ATTACK
3. NATURALIST JOHN JAMES AUDUBON IN FLORIDA
1. THE CRYSTAL RIVER BOAT BUILDERS
2. 1513 MOMENT – FLORIDA’S NAVAL STORES INDUSTRY
3. JACK FAVORITE ON FLORIDA ANIMALS
4. JOURNALIST AMOS J. CUMMINGS IN FLORIDA
1. HARRY T. AND HARRIETTE V. MOORE POST OFFICE DEDICATION
2. DR. JAMES VANN ON PRACTICING MEDICINE IN THE 1950’S
3. MIRTA OJITO REMEMBERS THE MARIEL BOAT LIFT
1. T. D. ALLMAN “FINDING FLORIDA: THE TRUE HISTORY OF THE SUNSHINE STATE”
2. VERO DRIVE-IN THEATER OF THE 1950s
3. LOOKING FOR THE RUNAWAY SLAVE TOWN OF ANGOLA
1. KEN SASSAMAN ON PREHISTORIC SILVER GLEN RUN
2. 1513 MOMENT – PONCE DE LEON
3. HARBOR BRANCH OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE
4. SILVER SPRINGS
1. “CALLING YANKEES TO FLORIDA: HARRIET BEECHER STOWE’S FORGOTTEN TOURIST ARTICLES” JOHN T. FOSTER, JR.
2. THE PREHISTORIC VERO MAN
3. FLORIDA’S ASHLEY GANG
1. RUSSIAN SCHOLARS ON ZORA NEALE HURSTON
2. THE AFRICAN AMERICAN TOWN OF GIFFORD
3. AX HANDLE SATURDAY IN JACKSONVILLE
1. THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY HORNS AND PIPES CONCERT
2. GECKOS AND PEACOCKS AT JANET RENO’S HOUSE
3. CUBAN EXILE POET VIRGIL SUAREZ
1. JOHN H. SAMS HOMESTEAD PIONEER DAY
2. THE SUGAR INDUSTRY IN FELLSMERE
3. THE VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT
1. MARJORIE KINNAN RAWLINGS LETTER
2. HEARSES USED AS AMBULANCES
3. DIFFERENT EUROPEAN VISIONS OF FLORIDA
1. VIVA FLORIDA 500 – 1513 TO 2013
2. 1513 MOMENT – 1702 SIEGE OF ST. AUGUSTINE
3. JUPITER INLET IN THE 1940s
4. GRAVEYARD AT ATSENA OTIE KEY
1. FORT CHRISTMAS HISTORIC PARK
2. HUNTING WILD TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER
3. FLORIDA CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS
1. THE OSCEOLA COUNTY WELCOME CENTER & HISTORY MUSEUM
2. 1513 MOMENT – CONTINUOUS COMMUNITY IN ST. AUGUSTINE
3. SOUTH FLORIDA CATTLE FAMILY ALSO RAISED PIGS
4. THE BLACK ARCHIVES AND MUSEUM IN TALLAHASSEE
1. FORT SHACKLEFORD
2. 1513 MOMENT – DAVID LEVY YULEE, JEWISH PIONEER
3. JUPITER & WEST PALM BEACH IN THE 1930s &‘40s
4. REMEMBERING THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
1. SEMINOLE TRIBE HISTORIAN WILLIE JOHNS
2. 1513 MOMENT – THE CITRUS INDUSTRY
3. HOBE MOUNTAIN IN JOATHAN DICKENSON STATE PARK
4. FLORIDA’S CIGAR INDUSTRY IN KEY WEST AND TAMPA
1. “WALKIN’ LAWTON” JOHN DOS PASSOS COGGIN
2. 1513 – MOMENT – THE REAL FIRST THANKSGIVING
3. REMEMBERING A FLORIDA TURKEY FARM
4. ANCIENT CANOES NEAR GAINESVILLE
1. FPAN’S CRPT COURSE
2. 1513 MOMENT-DEATH OF A CHILD AT MISSION SAN LUIS
3. “THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON”
4. PENSACOLA’S ST. MICHAEL’S CEMETERY
1. PIRATES IN EAST FLORIDA
2. 1513 MOMENT – PONCE’S SECOND EXPEDITION
3. ZERO BEACH OR VERO BEACH
4. 1935 HURRICANE SURVIVORS
1. ‘THE TROUBLE WITH PANTHERS’ – BILL HALL
2. 1513 MOMENT – THE WAR OF 1739
3. THE BREAKERS HOTEL IN WEST PALM BEACH
4. THE STRANAHAN HOUSE IN FT. LAUDERDALE
1. JAMES C. CLARK “PRESIDENTS IN FLORIDA”
2. 1513 MOMENT – EUROPEAN DISEASES RAVAGE NATIVES
3. OKEECHOBEE LIVESTOCK MARKET
4. BOK TOWER GARDENS
1. SENATOR AND AUTHOR BOB GRAHAM
2. 1513 MOMENT – MISSION SAN LUIS
3. DR. GEORGE PORTER AND LINCOLN ASSASSINS
4. CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS IN FLORIDA
1. THE BATTLE OF FORT MOSE
2. 1513 MOMENT – THE JUAN ORTIZ STORY
3. ZORA NEALE HURSTON AND GEORGE SMATHERS
4. FLAMINGO GARDENS
1. BOB KEALING ON JACK KEROUAC, BROWNIE WISE & GRAM PARSONS
2. FLORIDA GOVERNOR JOHN MARTIN
3. THE YEARLING TRAIL
1. “MOSQUITOS, ALLIGATORS, AND DETERMINATION” 2012
2. 1513 MOMENT-THE BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ST. AUGUSTINE
3. VISITING NURSE ASSOC OF THE TREASURE COAST
4. PAYNE’S PRAIRIE
1. HISTORY OF FLORIDA’S GEOLOGICAL RESOURCES
2. 1513 MOMENT – FL IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
3. MEMORIES OF A LIFEGUARD
4. SPANISH CONQUISTADORS IN FLORIDA

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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.