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- Tags: Florida Legislature
Tags: D. G. Lawrence; eel; environmental conservation; Environmentally Endangered Lands Program; FDNR; Florida Audubon Society; Florida Department of Natural Resources; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Land Conservation Act of 1972; Florida Legislature; Florida Senate; Florida Water Resources Act of 1972; Hal Scott; land-use planning; laws; legislation; legislative bills; Reubin Askew; Reubin O'Donovan Askew; Richard A. Pettigrew; water management; water resources
Tags: activism; African Americans; anti-war movement; Antonio Rafael de la Cova; Black Freedom Movement; Black Student Union; C. Farris Bryant; Cecil Farris Bryant; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; colleges; Connie Lester; Cuban Americans; Cubans; desegregation; diversity; Eric Jarvis; evolution; exiles; FHQ; Florida Historical Quarterly; Florida land boom; Florida Legislative Investigation Committee; Florida Legislature; Florida Supreme court; Gainesville; gay; gay liberation movement; GLBT; Great War; Hamilton Holt; higher education; homosexuality; homosexuals; integration; J. Wayne Reitz; Jessica Clawson; Johns Committee; Joseph Crespino; Julius Wayne Reitz; Kent State shootings; Key West; land-grant universities; land-grant university; LeRoy Collins; LGBT; Miami; peace movement; pox; private education; private university; public education; public university; race relations; red plague; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; segregation; smallpox; Stephen C. O'Connell; Stephen Cornelius O'Connell; Stephen O'Connell; student movement; student protests; Supreme Court of Florida; Tampa; Ten Years' War; Thomas LeRoy Collins; tourism; UF; University of Florida; Variola vera; Virgil D. Hawkins; War of '68
Tags: agriculture; BIA; BLM; Board of Drainage Commissioners; Board of Internal Improvement; bridges; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Bureau of Land Management; engineering; Everglades Drainage District; Florida Board of Education; Florida Constitution Convention; Florida Legislature; General Assembly; Internal Improvement Fund; land reclamation; land surveying; mineral resources; mines; Murphy Act; public land sales; railroads; roads; streets; Surveyor General; Swamp and Overflowed Lands Act; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Tags: 13 Technology Incubators; 501(c)(6); academia; academics; accelerators; aerospace; Agricultural College Act of 1890; agriculture; Alachua County; Alex Katsaros; Alex Spinler; Amy Bayes; Andrew Huse; AnnaLee Saxenian; Antoinette Jennings; AT&T Corporation; aviation; Barack Hussein Obama II; Barack Obama; Bernie Machen; Berridge Consulting Group, Inc.; Betty Bowe; Betty Castor; Brevard County; Bruce J. Schulman; Bruce Janz; Buddy Dyer; business; businesses; Center for Research and Education in Optics and Lasers; Central Florida Technology Forum; Charlie Reed; Cirent; Cirent Semiconductor; Clusters of Creativity: Enduring Lessons on Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Silicon Valley and Europe’s Silicon Fen; Cobham SATCOM Land Systems; colleges; computer science; Connie L. Lester; Consortium; construction; Core Tea; cybercities; Cybercities Report; cybercity; Dan Berglund; Dan Rini; Daniel Holsenbeck; Daniel Webster; Decade of Partnership; Deepika Singh; digital media; economic development; economic growth; economics; economies; economy; Ed Schons; Educational Appropriations Committee; educators; electro-optics; Electronic Arts Tiburon; Elizabeth Bowe; Elizabeth Castor; endowments; engineering; engineers; Equal Rights Amendment; ESC; Evaporative Spray Cooling; Feng Kang; Ferald J. Bryan; FHTCC; financial services; Florida Cabinet; Florida Cluster Metrics Task Force; Florida Economic Gardening Institute; Florida High Tech Corridor Council; Florida Hospital; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Institute of Technology; Florida Legislature; Florida Office of Tourism, Trade and Economic Development; Florida Research Consortium; Florida Senate; Florida State University System; Florida Tax Watch; Florida Venture Forum, Inc.; Florida Virtual Entrepreneur Center; florida.HIGH.TECH; Florida’s High Tech Corridor: Opening the Door to Florida’s Future; Florida’s Innovation Benchmark Study; FLVEC; From Soap Suds to Sheer Success: The Florida High-Tech Corridor Council Story; G.I. Bill; Georges Haour; Gordon Hogan; Grace Venture Partners L.P.; grants; GrowFL; GTE; Guy Hagen; Harris; Harvard of the South; Henderson Air Field; Henry W. Grady; Hernando County; high tech; high technology; higher education; Hillsborough County; Hillsborough County Commission; I-4; I-4 Corridor; I-4 High Tech Corridor Council; IFAS; incubators; industries; industry; information technology; Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences; interactive entertainment; Interactive Expeditions; International Economic Development Council; Interstate Highway 4; INTX; investments; J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board; Jack Sullivan; Jacob Stuart; James Bernard Machen; James C. Clark; James C. Cobb,; James Schnur; James Solomons; Jeb Bush; Jeff Bindell; Jennie Miller; Jim Clark; John C. Hitt; John Ellis Bush; John H. Dyer; John Montelione; John Sacher; Joseph England; Joseph Schumpeter; Josh Wyner; Juan Carlos Sanabria; Judy Genshaft; Judy Lynn Genshaft; Keith G, Baker; Kerry Martin; Kiran C. Patel Center for Global Solution; Lake County; lasers; life sciences; Lockheed Martin; Lucent Technologies; Luther H. Hodges; Luther Hartwell Hodges; M. J. Soileau; Madrid, Spain; manufacturing; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; matching funds; Matching Grants Research Program; Math & Physics Day; mechanical arts; medical technology; Melbourne; MGRP; microelectronics; microscopy; military; Miniature Refrigeration System; MIT; modeling; Morrill Act of 1862; Morrill Act of 1890; Morrill Land-Grant Acts; nanotechnology; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; National Board for Professional Teaching Standards; Ned Grace; New South; New South Ventures; Nicholson Center for Surgical Advancement; Ocean Optics; optics; Oracle; orange county; orlando; Orlando Chamber of Commerce; Orlando Science Center; OSC; Osceola County; Palm Bay; Pasco County; Peter Panousis; Philip Peters; photonics; Pinellas County; public-private partnerships; Putnam County; Randy E. Berridge; Regional Advantage: Culture and Competition in Silicon Valley and Route 128; research; Research and Commercialization; Research Triangle; Rob Koepp; robotics; Robotics Camp; ROBRADY; Roger Pynn; Rosalind Beiler; Route 128; Rudy McDaniel; Saint Petersburg; Sanford Shugart; Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; Scanning Electron Microscope; Schwartz Electro-optics; Scot French; SeaWorld Orlando; SEM; semiconductors; Seminole County; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; Sestar Technologies; Silicon Fen; Silicon Valley; simulation; Sinmat; software; South Florida Community College; Southern Regional Education Board; Space Coast; St. Petersburg; Stanford University; STEM; SU; sustainable energy; Tampa; Tampa Bay; Tampa Bay Technology Forum; teachers; Tech 4 Consortium; Tech America Foundation; techCAMPs; Technology Incubator; techPATH; TES; The Corridor by the Numbers; The Scripps Research Institute; Thermal Energy Storage; Thomas Charles Feeney II; Tito Santiago; Tom Feeney; Tom O’Neal; Toni Jennings; TracStar Ed-PAD; training; UCF; UF; Universal Studios Orlando; universities; university; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; University of South Florida; USF; Valencia College; Valencia Community College; Valencia State College; VC; VCC; venture capital; Vicki Morelli; Volusia County; VSC; Walt Disney World; workforce development; World War II; WWII
Tags: A History of Central Florida; activism; anti-war; Army; astronaut; BJC; Bledsoe, Robert; Boca Raton; Bradenton; Brevard Junior College; Canavan, Mike; Cassanello, Robert A.; Cental Florida Junior College; CFJC; Chipola Junior College; CJC; Clarke, Bob; Cocoa; cold war; college; commencement; construction; Davis, Henry; Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Junior College; DBJC; demonstration; diploma; East Central University; ECU; Edison Junior College; education; educator; EJC; FAMU; FAU; female; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Atlantic Unviersity; Florida Institute for Continuing University Studies; Florida Legislature; Florida Technological University; Ford, Chip; Fort Lauderdale; Fort Myers; FTU; Gainesville; GCJC; GI Bill; Gibbs Junior College; Gibson, Ella; GJCl St. Petersburg; Goff, Tom; Gougleman, Paul; government assistance; graduation; Grant; Gray, Ben; Gulf Coast Junior College; Hampton Junior College; Hazen, Kendra; HEA; higher education; Higher Education Act of 1965; Hill, Hank; HJC; homemaker; honors convocation; housing; Indian River Junior College; IRJC; Jackson Junior College; JCBC; JJC; Johnson Junior College; junior college; Junior College of Broward County; Kelley, Katie; Kent State University; Kent State University Shootings; Key West; King, Richard; KSU; Lake City; Lake City Junior College; Lake Worth; Lake-Sumter Junior College; LCJC; Leesburg; legislative branch; legislature; Lenfest, Gene; Lincoln Junior College; LJC; loan; Loss, Christopher; LSJC; Madison; Manatee Junior College; Marianna; MDJC; Men's Residence Association; Miami- Dade County; Miami-Dade Junior College; Millican, Charles Norman; MJC; Monroe Junior College; MRA; Municipal Auditorium; NASA; National Aeronautics and Astronautics Administration; National Defense Education Act; NDEA; NFJC; North Florida Junior College; Ocala; OCRHC; Okaloose-Walton Junior College; Orange County Regional History Center; orlando; OWJC; Palatka; Palm Beach Junior College; Panama City; PBJC; peace; peace movement; Pegasus Drive; Pensacola; Pensacola Junior College; Perkins, Joyce Hart; PJC; podcast; political activism; professor; protest; public college; public junior college; public state university; public university; Richard, Hank; RICHES; RJC; Roosevelt Junior College; Rosenwald Junior College; Rowley, Ken; school; Sebastian, Dave; self-determination; Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944; SJRJC; space program; SPJC; SRJC; St. Johns River Junior College; St. Petersburg Junior College; strike; student; student government; student grant; student housing; student loan; Sun Belt; Suwannee River Junior College; Tallahassee; Tampa; teacher; U.S. Army; UCF; UF; Underwood, Retha Riley; Univerity of Florida; university; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Libraries; University of South Florida; University of West Florida; USF; UWF; Valparaiso Junior College; Vanderbilt University; VCJC; Velásquez, Daniel; veteran; Vietnam War; Volusia County Junior College; VU; Washington Junior College; West Palm Beach Junior College; Wetherington, Mike; Wightman, Ed; WJC; woman; Woods, Pauk; work-study program; yearbrook; Young, John W.
Tags: agriculture; Arch Hodges; bean; Beauclair Canal; Belle Glade; cabbage; celery; chemical; Connecticut Mutual; corn; crop; Crop Reporting Service; Dalton Harrison; drainage; employee; endive; escarole; Everglades; Everglades Experiment Station; expenditure; farm; farmer; farming; fertilize; fish; fisheries Division; fishing; Florida Agricultural Extension Service; Florida Humus Company; Florida Legislature; Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; George B. Hills; government; Henry Swanson; infrastructure; John F. White; labor; Lake and Stream Survey; Lake Apopka; Lake County; Lake Jem; legislative branch; legislature; lettuce; muck; Oakland; peat; pesticide; pollution; R. V. Allison; radish; rainfall; recharge; Reconstruction Finance Corporation; RFC; Richard Whitney; snap bean; soil; spending; spinach; state government; sweet corn; tax; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S.. Geological Survey; USDA; vegetable; vegetation; W. T. Cox; wage; water; water quality; worker; Zellwood Drainage and Water Control District; Zellword
Tags: elementary schools; Elizabeth Boyd; Florida Legislature; Florida State College for Women; Freeman Baggett; FSCW; grammar schools; head librarians; itinerant librarians; libraries; library; Rollins College; Sanford; Sanford Grammar School; Seminole County School Board; Seminole High School; Southside Elementary School; Stetson University; teachers; UF; University of Florida; University of South Florida; USF; Westside Grammar Elementary School
Tags: 9th Street; A History of Florida; Altamonte Springs; Apopka; Beeks, J. J.; Caldwell, A. C.; Church Avenue; Dickson, S. C.; education; educators; Florida Legislature; Florida State Road 434; Florida State Road 436; Forester, Frank; Forrest City; Freedman's Bureau; Haines, Charles D.; high schools; Hughey, J. P.; Hunter, Olga Vihlen; Jacobs, J. Tilden; Lake Jesup; Longwood; Lowell, W. A.; Mason, Z. H.; Mellonville; Ninth Street; orange county; Orange County School Board; orlando; Oviedo; Palmetto Avenue; Prince, N. W.; Provost, Steven; Robison, Jim; Romanesque Revival; Roper, W. C.; Sanford; Sanford High School; school superintendent; school trust fund; schools; segregation; Seminole County; SR 434; SR 436; State Road 436; teachers; Tebeau, Charlton; The Lodge; The Orlando Sentinel; Thrasher, D. L.
Tags: agricultural labor; agricultural laborer; Apopka; Capitol Rotunda; Cassanello, Robert A.; Catholic; Catholic Church; Catholicism; civil rights; compensation; documentary; equal rights; farm labor; farm laborer; farm worker; fishing; Florida Legislature; health care; Kit Kat Club; labor; labor organizing; labor rights; labor union; laborer; Lake Apopka; Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilt; Lee, Linda; Mathew, Geraldine; migrant labor; migrant worker; nun; Office for Farmworker Ministry; organizing; podcast; quilt; racism; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robinson; Robinson, Erline; Robinson, Frederick; Robinson, Pop; Robinson, Richard; Roman Catholic; Roman Catholic Church; Roman Catholicism; Tallahassee; Union; union organizing; wages; worker rights; workers' compensation
Tags: agricultural laborer; agriculture; Apopka; Cassanello, Robert A.; Catholic; Catholic Church; Catholicism; civil rights; Coca-Cola; demonstration; documentary; equal rights; farm; farm laborer; farm worker; Farmworker Association of Florida; Florida Legislature; labor organizing; labor rights; labor union; laborer; Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilt; Lee, Linda; Lee, Marci; Mathew, Geraldine; nun; Office for Farmworker Ministry; organizing; podcast; protest; quilt; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; rights; Roman Catholic; Roman Catholic Church; Roman Catholicism; Union; union organizing; woman; worker rights
RICHES Podcast Documentaries, Episode 4: Gentrification and Urban Renewal: Revitalizing Central Florida’s African American Communities
Tags: African American; African-American community; African-American neighborhood; Amway Center; apartheid; Bank of America; Basie, William James "Count"; Bellows, Dan; Beyond the Theme Parks: Exploring Central Florida; Brotemarkle, Benjamin D.; Carver Shores; casino; Chambliss, Julian C.; Chapman, Oliver E.; Chase, Loring; civil rights; Civil Rights Movement; Community Redevelopment Agency; CRA; Cravero, Geoffrey; crime; Crossing Division Street: An Oral History of the African-American Community in Orlando; desegregation; Dexter's; displacement; doctor; documentary; Downtown Orlando; East Winter Park; elderly; Ellington, Edward Kennedy "Duke"; ethnicity; Faribanks Avenue; federal courthouse; FHS; Fitzgerald, Ella James; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Florida Frontiers; Florida Historical Society; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Legislature; gentrification; Habitat for Humanity; Hannibal Square; Hannibal Square Community Land Trust; heritage; historic preservation; historic restoration; HOTEL; I-4; integration; Interstate Highway 4; Jones High School; legislature; Lester, Connie L.; Livingston, Fairolyn; Mediterranean revival architecture; Morris Avenue; museum; Nap Ford Community School; orlando; Orlando Avenue; park; Park Avenue; Parramore; physician; podcast; preservation; property value; race; race relations; real estate; real estate bubble; real estate development; real estate industry; real estate value; revitalization; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Richmond Heights; Rogers, James Gamble; Rollins College; school; segregation; Shady Park; South Street Casino; taxes; Thompson, Gerladine F.; tourist; U.S. 17-92; U.S. Route 17-92; urban development; urban renewal; Valencia Community College; VCC; Washington Shores; Webster Avenue; Wells, William Monroe; Wells' Built Hotel; Wells' Built Museum of African American History and Culture; West Winter Park; Winter Park; Winter Park Community Center; World War II; WWII
Tags: Camden County, Georgia; cattle; cattle industry; cemetery; Cook, Thomas; Deas, Martha Patsey; Florida House of Representatives; Florida Legislature; Florida Mounted Militia; Florida state representative; grave; gravestone; headstone; Hogan, Mary Ann; Jernigan; Jernigan, Aaron; Jernigan, Aaron David; Jernigan, Andrew Jackson; Jernigan, Martha; Jernigan, Martha Patsey Deas; Jernigan, Mary Ann Hogan; Jernigan, Thomas; Lake Conway; Lake Hill Cemetery; Lake Holden; milita; Old Winter Garden Road; orange county; orlando; representative; settler; state representative; Tallahassee; tombstone; Tyler, Martha Jernigan