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Tags: 501(c)(6); Advanced Materials Processing and Analysis Center; agro-tech; Alachua County; Alzo J. Reddick; American Telephone & Telegraph Company; AMPAC; Amy Evancho; Antoinette Jennings; AT&T Inc.; Becerra-Fernandez, Irma; Ben Noll; Bernard Machen; Bernie Machen; Berridge, Randolph E.; Bethany Dickens; Betty Bowe; Betty Castor; Bill Vogel; Bob Cook; Bob Dallari; Brevard County; Buddy Dyer; budgets; Carrie Martine; Cassopolis, Michigan; Central Florida Research Park; Charles Bass Reed; Charles Gray; Charlie Gross; Charlie Reed; Cherokee Nation; Cherokee, North Carolina; Cherokees; Chip Camp; Cirent Semiconductor; Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; community colleges; Connie L. Lester; Core Team; Dallari, Bob; Dallas-Fort Worth Corridor; Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas; Dan Holsenbeck; Dan Webster; Daniel Alan Webster; David Brown; David Gordon; David P. Norton; Democratic Party; Democrats; DEO; Department of Economic Opportunity; Duvall County; economic development; Economic Development Commission of Florida's Space Coast; economy; EDC Economic Development Commission; education; Electronic Arts; Elizabeth Bowe; Elizabeth Castor; Enterprise Florida; FAU; FIA; FIAA; FIU; Florida Atlantic University; Florida Department of Economic Opportunity; Florida Economic Gardening Institute; Florida Gulf Coast; Florida High Tech Corridor; Florida High Tech Corridor Council; Florida House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; Florida House of Respresentatives; Florida International University; Florida Polytechnic University; Florida Power and Light Company; Florida Senate; Florida Senate Committee on Appropriations; Florida Venture Forward; Florida Virtual Entrepreneur Center; Florida’s Chamber Foundation; FLVEC; FPU; Fran Korosec; funding; George Gordon; Get Smart; Grant; GrayRobinson, P.A.; GrowFL: The Economic Gardening Institute; Harrah's Cherokee Casino; Head to Head: The Coming Economic Battle Among Japan, Europe and America; high tech; high tech corridors; high technology; House Committee on Transportation and Economic Development Funding; House of Respresentatives; Hunting F. Deutsch; I-4 Corridor; I/ITSEC; IE; industrial development; industries; industry; Innovation Way Corridor; intellectual property; Interactive Game Academy; International Paris Air Show; Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference; James C. Clark; Jeff Mendell; Jennifer Thompson; Jim Clark; Jim Shot; John C. Hitt; John Castor; John Hugh Dyer; K-12 education; Kathy Betancourt; Ken Pruitt; Lake Nona; Lake Nona Medical City; Lawton Chiles; Lawton Mainor Chiles, Jr.; Lester Carl Thurow; Littleton, Colorado; Lowe; Lynda Weatherman; M. J. Sanders; M. J. Soileau; Mark B. Rosenberg; matching grants; Medical City; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commision; Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission; Metro Orlando EDC; MGRP; Miami; Michael Zaharris; modeling; MSW; NAI; National Academy of Inventors; Native Americans; orange county; orlando; Orlando Economic Development Commission; Orlando EDC; Pajama Hotline; Paul Sanberg; Peter T. Panousis; Pratt & Whitney; PRISM; Promoting Regional Improvement in Science and Math; Putnam County; Randy Morris; Ray Galley; research and development; Research Park; Richard Lynn Scott; RICHES of Central Florida; Rick Scott; Rob Goddell; Roger Pynn; Ron Walker; Sacher; Salon International de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace, Paris-Le Bourget; Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute; Sarah McGreer; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; Seminole County; Seminole State College; Senate; Shava Jackson-Car; Silicon Valley, California; simulation; simulation industry; Smart; South Florida; SSC; state colleges; State of Florida; State University System of Florida; STEM programs; Steve Burly; Sunnyvale, California; Tampa; Tampa Bay; TCU; Tech Path; Teresa Jacobs; Texas Christian University; The Chronicle of Higher Education; Thomas Charles Feeney III; Tom Feeney; Tom Feeny; Tom O'Neal; Toni Jennings; Tracy Swarztz; UCF; UCF Department of History; UCF Knights; UF; UM; United Technologies Corporation; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Department of History; University of Florida; University of Miami; University of South Florida; USF; venture capitalism; Venture Forward; Volusia County Community College; workforce development
Tags: 3rd Street; 5th Avenue; 7th Street; A. B. Efrird; A. B. Shroud; A. D. Adair & McCarty Brothers; A. E. Buck; A. J. Bates; A. J. Ivey; A. J. Spradley; A. J. Sullivan; A. J. Weaver; A. L. Martin; A. M. Kendrick; A. M. Winfree; A. S. Colyar, Jr.; A. Strauss; A. Zeger; Aaron Coachman; abortions; Abraham Bell; Abraham Putnam; Adam Gillison; Adam Thompson; Alabama Penitentiary; Alachua County; Albert Cathey; Alex Henderson; Alexander Anderson; Alexander Ekstrom; Alexander Johnson; Alexander Mincey; Alexander Pitts; Alfred Clarke; Alfred Coffee; Alfred Jones; Alfred W. Burnett; Allan Pinkerton; Allen Ford; Alphens Martin; Amos cummings; Amos Jordan; Anderson McKinnon; Andrew Ellis; Andrew Wilson; Andrews & Martin; Apalachicola; Archer; Archie Loyd; arrest warrants; arrests; arson; arsonists; Asa Whitaker; assault; assault to murder; assault to rape; attempted murder; attempted rape; attorneys; B. A. Wrighstman; B. F. Bennett; B. H. Girele; B. R. Swoope; B. W. Bentley; bail jumpers; bail jumping; Bailey; Barbour County Sheriff's Office; Bartow; Ben Baker; Ben Lock; Ben Watkins; Benajmin F. Adams; Berrien Bryant; bigamay; bigamists; Bill Galvin; Bill Johnson; Bill Martin; Bill Rooth; Bill Sherson; Bill Williams; Billy Camble; Billy Campbell; Blitch; blood hounds; Bollock; Braxton Beacham; Broadway Street; Bronson; Brooks Johnson; Brooks Story; Brooksville; Broome; burglars; burglary; Burton H. Davy; Butch Bradley; Bynum; C. B. Easley; C. B. Hansel; C. C. Johnson; C. E. Hunter; C. F. Conerly; C. Gordon Hicks; C. J. Anderson; C. J. Perry; C. K. Dutton; C. K. Winston; C. P. Hoyt; C. P. Jolly; C. P. Kilgore; C. R. Scott; C. W. C. Wright; C. W. Hursy; Calvin Burton; Calvin Lockett; Cardinal Gibbons; Carl Bachman; Carmelo Salvati; Carson; cattle stealing; Cedar Key; Charles Adkins; Charles Badger; Charles Baldwin; Charles Bluemont; Charles Coleman; Charles David; Charles Johnson; Charles Martin; Charles O. Earnes; Charles P. Johnson; Charles Reddiford; Charlie Davis; Charlie Holmes; Charlie Reeves; Charlie Rose; Charlie White; Charlie Wood; Chataroi Road; Chattahoochee Brick Company; Ches Hughs; Chester Seymour; Chief of Police; Chief Pinion Detective Agency; Chipley; Christian Black; Citra; Clarence A. Seward; Clarence Tear; Clark; Clark Montgomery; Coffey & Hyer; Colorado State Penitentiary; Columbia City; Columbia County; Constantine Algero; convicts; Cooper Winn; cops; county government; Court Street; Creoles; crimes; criminals; Crosby; Cuff Patton; D. C. Hennessey; D. E. Mccarthy; D. U. Fletcher; Dade Coal Company; Dan Scott; Daniel; Daniel Rouse; David Caldwell; David N. Walker; Day & Gordon; Deaderick Street; detectives; detention; Dick Bell; Dimick; Doc Barrentine; Dock Rodgers; Dockie Carson; DOJ; Dry Goods, Millinery, Shoes, and Company; Duval County; E. A. McRae; E. A. O'Neal; E. B. Bailey; E. C. Vaughan; E. G. Elliott; E. H. Covas; E. J. Kelley; E. J. Young; E. R. Whitner; E. T. Dickinson; E. T. Williams; E. Upton Lovejoy; Earp's Detective Agency; Ed Curry; Ed Frazier; Ed S. Carr; Edgar Knowles; Edgward Eggleston; Edward A. O'Neal; Edward Asbury O'Neal; Edward Cunningham; Edward Sterling Harris; Edward W. Bannister; Ellaville; Ellis Phelan; Elmore Johnson; escaped convicts; Eueka Detective Agency; Eugene Day; Eugene Van Norman; Eureka Detective Agency; Eustis; Exchange Place; F. C. Buffum; F. C. Russell; Farrell & Boylan's Detective Agency; felonies; felony; Fernand B. Poupart; Fifth Avenue; Flem Spicer; Florida Penitentiary; Florida State Prison; Ford J. Perkins; forgers; forgery; Fort White; Francis P. Fleming; Francis Philip Fleming; Frank Blint; Frank C. Almy; Frank C. McNeilley; Frank Dusch; Frank J. Cassada; Frank White; Frank Williams; Fred Koehler; Fred numan; Fred Schmidt; Fred Spicer; fugitives; Furman's Job Print; G. B. Howard; G. E. Garretson; G. W. Shackleford; G. Walton; Galillard; George A. Hill David Dickson; George A. Searcy; George Allen; George Archer; George Brown; George Caldwell; George D. Bangs; George E. Malsby; George Favor; George G. Gurley; George Heyward Carpenter; George Johns; George King; George Manders; George Manhon; George Peuser; George W. Shackleford; George Washington; George Wells; Georgia Penitentiary; Gid H. Heck; Gilkinson's American Detective Bureau; government; grand larceny; Grant; Grant Bowlby; Graves Holt; Gravier Street; Graysville Penitentiary; Green Cove Springs; Gus Brown; Guss Story; Guy McLain; H. D. Ballard; H. H. Rudd; H. M. Huffaman; H. T. Gay; H. 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Deatherage; Nashville Metropolitan Police; Nathan Barnes; Neal Taylor; New Orleans Cotton Exchange; New York State Reformatory; Nivision; Nixburg Beat; Nolan Smith; Northern District of Florida; Northern Pacific Express Company; O. A. Budington; O. J. Greenleaf; O. M. Ward; Ocala; Oisbin; Ollie T. Rice; orange county; Orange County Sheriff's Office; Order of Cincinnatus; orlando; Orlando Livery; Oviedo; P. J. Murphy; P. J. Rogers; P. S. Bartlett; Paduck Police; Palatka; Palmer; Parker House; Pascal B. Lang; Pat A. Clinton; Pat Corcoran; Patsy Washington; Peacock; penitentiaries; penitentiary; Pensacola; perjurers; perjury; Perry Vinson; Peter Barkey; Peter Cook; Peter Harrison; Phillip Bryant; Phillip Cook; Phinizee Williams; Phipps; Pine Street; Pinkterton's National Detective Agency; police; Polk County; polygamists; polygamy; Pope Leo XIII; Porter's National Detective Agency; Pratt Mines; Price Broyles; prison break; prison camps; prison escapes; prisoners; prisons; Quah Bivins; R. B. Cuthby; R. G. Hurley; R. J. Linden; R. M. Porter; railroads; Ralph Camfield; rape; rapists; Rees Walker; rewards; Reynolds & McLeod; Rice Gholson; Richard Benning; Richard Gardiner; Richard Graham; Richard Lawrence; Richard Lewis; Richard Meservey; Richard Moses; Richard Pelham; Richard Stephens; Richard Tumlin; Richardson's Detective Agency; Rifis Rice; Rob Huger; robbers; robbery; Robert A. Pinkerton; Robert Board; Robert Colbrook; Robert Frost; Robert Hagar; Robert Huger; Robert Jackson; Robert M. Brown; Robert McLane; Robert Pascal; Robert Smith; Robert Starke; Robert Tom Smith; Robert Wright; Roberts; Rollan Harris; Rome Under Nero; Rufus R. Wade; Russell & Osborne; Russell Randolph; S. C. Grogg; S. G. Todd; S. J. Hilliard; S. M. Farmer; S. P. Hardwick; S. S. Pickett; S. S. Puckett; Saco and Biddeford Savings Institute; Saint Augustin; Sam Devault; Sam Finnegan; Sam Hargettl Henry Wilson; Sam Johnson; Sam Smithson; Sam Snelling; Sam Williams; Sam Yates; Sampson Cason; Samuel B. Kennedy, Jr.; Samuel Davis; Samuel Francis; Sandie Martin; Sandy Polite; Sandys Keys; Sanford; Sebe Russell; seduction; Seth Taylor; Seventh Street; Seville; Shackleford's Georgia Central Detective Agency; sheriffs; Sherman Bram; Sherman Carouth; Shins; Sidney Lowe; Sieben Russell; Silas Brookes; Silas H. Brigham; Silas Harris; Silas Martin; simple larceny; Smith & Wesson; Smith, West & Lyons; South Florida Railroad; Southern Express Company; Squire BlacksheerSam Weston; St. Augustine; St. Johns County; Stanton; Starke; steal; Stephen E. Rice; Stephen F. New; Steve Fannin; Steven Wiggins; Studebaker; Sullivan's Detective Agency; Sumpter Nichols; Sunderland; Suwannee County; swindlers; T. B. Blount; T. B. Robbins; T. D. Newland; T. J. Fish; T. N. Boylan; T. T. Ellison; Tallahassee; Tavares; Taylor Nixon; Tennessee Coal Iron & Railroad Company; The Cincinnati Enquirer; The Criminal Record; theft; thieves; Third Street; Thomas; Thomas Byrnes; Thomas Campbell; Thomas Hays; Thomas Mike; Thomas Porter; Thomas Shine; Thomas Watts; Thomas Williams; Thompson Richards; Titusville; Tobe Crystal; Tobe Jackson; Tom Brinson; Tom Telfer; Tony Salvati; Travis Sumpter; U.S. Department of Justice; U.S. Marshal; Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci; Virgil Earp; voluntary manslaughter; voluntary manslaugther; Volusia County; W. B. Beard; W. B. Lowe; W. B. Parker; W. C. Bube; W. C. Parker; W. D. Kellett; W. E. Minchin; W. F. Wilson; W. G. Dyer; W. H. Bigham; W. H. Bowie; W. H. Davis; W. H. Deaver; W. H. H. Bush; W. H. Yater; W. J. Footner; W. J. Winstead; W. K. Knight; W. L. McDowell; W. L. Richardson; W. L. Trappard; W. M. Raulerson; W. O. Wadley; W. P. Harrison; W. P. Hazen; W. P. Loftis; W. P. Rogers; W. P. Thomspon; W. R. Eason; W. R. Gaulding; W. S. Hubbs; W. S. West; W. T. Dowda; W. T. Linck; W. W. Simpson; Wade Holmes; Wadsworth; Walter Ford; Walter J. Howaland; Walter T. Williams; wanted; warrant; Warren & Thomas; Warren Peavy; Warren Wilcher; Washington County; watch; watches; Whoreley Building; Wiley Jordon; Wiley Warren; Will Burney; Will Hammond; Will Hazen; Will Jacobs; Will Johnson; William A. Pinkerton; William Allen; William Averitt; William Brinson; William Buford; William C. Bird; William C. Wrightsman; William Coleman; William Creal; William Henderson; William J. West; William Jefferson; William Jordan; William Kemble; William Killebrew; William McKnight; William Mitchell; William Morriss; William Pierce; William S. Tyson; William Springer; William Stanley; William Stephens; William Strickland; William Walker; William Wright; Williams; Williams Vales; Willie Hansel; Willie Jordon; Willie Smith; Willis Hodges; Wilson Evans; Wood & Brother; Z. L. Baxter
Tags: A History of Central Florida; activism; anti-war; Army; astronaut; BJC; Bledsoe, Robert; Boca Raton; Bradenton; Brevard Junior College; Canavan, Mike; 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; Robert Cassanello; 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: Cheryl Walter; Ed Norton; Grant; high school; La Sertoma Award; La Sertoma International Scholarship; La Sertoma International Scholarship Memorial Grant Committee; Miller; OHS; Oviedo; Oviedo High School; Ruby S. Varnett, Ruby; scholarship; Scholarship Memorial Fund; school; student; Wheeler; Winter Springs Sertoma; YSA
Tags: Africa and African-American Studies Program; African American; African American community; African American neighborhood; Burlington, Vermont; Chambliss, Julian C.; City of Winter Park; co-working model; Colony Theatre; community-based research; Cummings, Denise K.; deindustrialization; Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies; Department of English; Department of History; documentary; dot-com bubble; e-commerce; education; educator; equity; Florida Humanities Council; Florida Humanities Council grant; gentrification; Grant; Great Recession; Hannibal Square; Hannibal Square Community Land Trust; Hannibal Square Land Trust; historical society; Hopkins, Mary Ann; housing; India; Indian; Internet; local history; museum; oral history; podcast; Pottery Barn; professor; radio; radio documentary; real estate; real estate development; real estate industry; recession; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Robert Cassanello; Rollins College; Rollins College Department of Critical Media and Cultural Studies; Rollins College Department of English; Rollins College Department of History; teacher; urban; urbanization; Winter Park; Winter Park Historical Association; Winter Park History Museum; WPHA; WPRK
Tags: African American; African American school; Anderson, Patrick; Bethune-Cookman College; Bethune-Cookman University; Bethune, Mary Jane McLeod; civil rights; civil rights activist; college; Cookman Institute; Daytona Beach; Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School; documentary; Dodson, Roger; educator; Florida A&M University; Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University; Gamble, James; Grant; HBCU; historic house; historic preservation; historic renovation; historically black colleges and universities; house; Hurston, Zora Neale; Jacksonville; Lindsay, Anne; Long, Nancy; Mary McLeod Bethune Foundation; middle class; museum; podcast; preservation; Procter & Gamble Company; Reddrick; renovation; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; school; State of Florida; Symonette, Margaret; teacher; The Life and Legacy of Mary McLeod Bethune; UCF; university; University of Central Florida; Volusia County; White Sewing Machine Company; White, Thomas H.