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Issue #10
October 30, 2021
for an April 2022 publication
“The Florida Death Issue”

 

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Volume 1, Issue 9, 2021

FLORIDA TRAIL

Guest Editors, Thomas Hallock, University of South Florida and Christopher Meindl, University of South Florida

Introduction: Sampling the Florida Trail
Thomas Hallock, University of South Florida

The Owl and the Monitor: Nature Versus Neighborhood in the Development of Southwest Florida
Nicholas Foreman, Oregon State University

On the Edge of Everything
Chantel Acevedo, University of Miami

How my heart grows weary: Willie James Howard and the Suwannee River
Julie Buckner Armstrong, University of South Florida

Two-mile
Marty L. Williams, Valdosta State University

Photo Portfolio
Mark Indig

John Muir Comes to Florida, Almost Dies, and Leaves Transformed
Amanda Hagood, Eckerd College

Looking for Signs on the Florida Trail
Susan Cerulean

Remembering Bill Belleville
Yvette Rowe

The Florida Trail in Black (not White), 1903-1912
Cynthia Patterson, University of South Florida

From the Vault
Andrew Huse, Librarian / Special Collections,
USF/Tampa Library
Isabel Taylor, University of South Florida

On the Trail of Early 19th-century Freedom-Seeking
People Across Gulf Coast Florida: Archaeological
Clues to a Robust Heritage Hidden in Plain Sight

Uzi Baram, New College of Florida

A Brief History of Lake Okeechobee: A Narrative of Conflict
Alanna L. Lecher, Ph.D, Lynn University

A Facination with Rice Creek
Richard Franz

Through the Maze of Creating Public Lands:
An Interview with Ben Williams

 

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