Photos by Maria Martinez-Cañas from her series, Quince Sellos Cubanos, presented in this issue of JFS.

Photos by Maria Martinez-Cañas from her series, Quince Sellos Cubanos, presented in this issue of JFS.

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“WATER”
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Volume 1, Issue 5, 2016

Travel and Travels, Part 2

Co-Edited, Thomas Hallock & Casey Blanton

True Places
Casey Blanton, Editor in Chief, JFS

City of a Hundred Fires
Chantel Acevedo, University of Miami

Only One Identity
Manuel Cachán

Bay of Horses
Appaloosas in the Vineyard
Rick Campbell, Florida A&M University

The Ink Garden
Two Glazed Bowls
The American Book of the Dead
Debora Greger, University of Florida

Nuclear Fallout: Tales From Miami
Heidi Hutner, Stony Brook University

Book Review: Louisiana and the Gulf South Frontier, F. Todd Smith
Devin Leigh, University of California, Davis

Shuttle Diplomacy, Cuban Style: How José Martí's Florida Travels Built a Movement - And Funded a Revolution
Alfred J. López, Purdue University

Quince Sellos Cubanos
Maria Martinez-Cañas

Jola
Peter Meinke, Eckerd College

Book Review: Indian River Lagoon: An Environmental History, Nathaniel Osborn
Leslie Kemp Poole, Rollins College

Authorship, Audience, and Ethos in Postbellum Florida Guidebooks
Elizabeth Powers, University of Maine at Augusta

SR 80 – Circling the Pond: Shells, Sugar, and 1928
Cathy Salustri

Upon the Side of the Interstate
JoEllen Schilke

Blackfish-ing for Buzz: The Rhetoric of the Real in Theme Parks and Documentary
Steven W. Schoen, Rollins College

"The place to forget the outside world, and live in one’s self": Harriet Beecher Stowe and Florida as Frontier
Gregory D. Specter, Duquesne University

Some Floridas
Marty Williams, Valdosta State University

Archive

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