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Tags: A History of Central Florida; Aaron Hosé; Asia Trend Magazine; Bapu; bear; bisexual; Bob Clarke; China; Chinese; Chip Ford; Chris Stephenson; Chuan Lu Garden; City of Orlando; colonial; Colonial Drive; colonialism; community curation; Cuba; Cuban; curation; curator; Daniel Velásquez and Robert A. Cassanello; Deepa Nair; deity; Democratic Republic of Vietnam; Di Vang; Downtown Orlando; DRV; Ella Gibson; exhibit; festival; Filipino; Florida State Road 434; Fon Gordon; Ganapati; Ganesha; Gateway to India; gay; gay pride; Gay-Straight Alliance; god; Green Revolution; Hindu; Hinduism; holiday; homosexual; Hong Zhang; icon; immigrant; immigration; independence; Indian; International Plaza; José Julián Martí Pérez; José Martí; José Protasio Mercado Rizal y Alonzo Realonda; José Rizal; Katie Kelley; Khai Thue and Ditru CDQ Services; Kim Nga Travel; Kim Thanh; Krishna; Lake Eola Park; lantern; Lantern Festival; lesbian; LGBT; Little Vietnam; Longwood; Mahatma Gandhi; memorial; Mexican; Mexico; migrant; migration; Miguel Gregorio Antonio Ignacio Hidalgo-Costilla y Gallaga Mandarte Villaseñor; Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla; Mills 50; Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi; monument; museum; NCSU; North Carolina State University; North Vietnam; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; orlando; Orlando City Bear Club; Orlando Come Out With Pride; Panjab; paper lantern; parade; park; Philippines; podcast; Punjab; rainbow; religion; Republic of Vietnam; restaurant; Robert A. Cassanello; Shally Wong; Sikh; Sikhism; Simón Bolívar; Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar y Palacios; Socialist Republic of Vietnam; South Vietnam; SR 434; Sunset International Realty; Tammy S. Gordon; transgender; UCF; University of Central Florida; Valencia Community College; VCC; Veggie Garden; Venezuela; Venezuelan; vernacular exhibit; Vietnam; Vietnam War; Vietnamese; Vinayaka; Wake Forest University; WFU; Winter Springs
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Amerindian; Ancient Egypt; anthropology; anthropomorphism; archaeology; British Museum; Bullen, Ripley Pierce; burial; burial mound; Cassanello, Robert A.; DeLand; Egypt; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; Fort Caroline; historic preservation; Hontoon Island State Park; Hontoon Owl Totem; Indian; Milanich, Jerald T.; Morris, Craig; muck; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; otter; owl; Ozymandias; pelican; preservation; Ramesses II; Ruhl, Donna; Smith, Horace; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; Timucua; Timucuan; Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve; totem; UF; University of Florida; Wallis, Neill J.
Tags: Africa and African-American Studies Program; African American; African American community; African American neighborhood; Burlington, Vermont; Cassanello, Robert A.; 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; 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