William Bartram, Florida Softshell Turtle (Apalone ferox)

William Bartram, Florida Softshell Turtle (Apalone ferox). “Here are, as well as in all the rivers, lakes and ponds of East Florida, the great soft shelled tortoise.” Travels, 1791. Image courtesy of Documenting the American South. 2002. University Library, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 11 December 2015 (http://docsouth.unc.edu/nc/bartram/bartr177.jpg)



Volume 1, Issue 4, 2015

Travel and Travels, Part 1

Guest Editor, Thomas Hallock, Ph.D.

Joshua Sivils, Assistant to Editor

Thomas Hallock, University of South Florida St. Petersburg

William Bartram’s Inimitable Picture: Representation as the Pursuit of Natural Knowledge
Elizabeth Athens, Worcester Art Museum

Hardboiled Travels with Bill Bartram
Michael Wiley, University of North Florida

Hunting the Flower Hunter in Native American History
Mathew Jennings, Middle Georgia State University

King Paynes Prairie
Lola Haskins, Poet at Large

Mark Dion: Travels of William Bartram Reconsidered, Reviewed
Karen Bearor, Florida State University

Premediating Ecological Crisis: A Visual Rhetoric of Florida Sinkholes
Jacob W. Greene, University of Florida

Florida First Contact
Alison Nordström, Independent Scholar & Curator Specializing in Photographs

Most Distant Antiquity
Jesse Graves, East Tennessee State University

Beasts of Burden and Other Beasts: William Bartram’s Traveling Humane Persona
Thomas Doran, University of California, Santa Barbara

Establishing a Bartram Trail in Putnam County
Dean Campbell and Sam Carr, The Bartram Trail in Putnam County

Flea Market
William Logan, University of Florida

Cultivating the Wild
Eric Breitenbach, Daytona State College

Bartram the Artist: A Field Guide
Shelbey Rosengarten, St. Petersburg College

Requiem for the Fort Gates Ferry Road
Richard Franz, Emeritus Associate Scientist, Florida Museum of Natural History


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