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- Tags: Native American
Tags: Bushnell; Creek; David Moniac; Florida National Cemetery; military history; military service; Muscogee; national cemeteries, American; National Cemetery Administration; Native American; United States Army; United States Military Academy Preparatory School, West Point; veterans; Veterans Administration; Veterans Legacy Program
Tags: ACL; agriculture; American Railway Express Company; Atlantic Coastline Railroad Company; Boy Scouts of America; chamber of commerce; citrus; citrus industry; city government; Dixie Highway; education; farming; fern; fern industry; Girls' Sewing Club; golf; Indian; Indian War; J. H. Hill; local government; Magnolia Road; Maitland; Maitland Chamber of Commerce; Native American; orange; Orange Belt Auto Line; orange county; orange industry; orlando; Parent-Teacher Association; Planning and Zoning Commission; poultry; poultry industry; PTA; railroad; Rollins College; Rollins Press; school; Seminole; Seminole County; Seminole War; sport; town; town government; Western Union Telegraph Company; Winter Park; Woman's Club; Woodmen of the World
Tags: A. A. Daniel; A. A. Myers; A. B. Tedford; A. C. Hart; A. C. Turner; A. Flourny Jernigan; A. J. Metcalf; A. P. Farnell; A. R. Metcalf, Jr.; A. Solaria; Alex Lawton; American Civil War; Amerindian; Andrew Aulin; Andrew Aulin, Sr.; Andrew Lawton; anniversary; Apopka; Argo's Store; Arthur Scott; B. F. Ward, Jr.; B. F. Ward, Sr. R. F. Cooper; B. F. Wheeler; B. F. Wheeler, Jr.; B. F. Wheeler, Sr.; B. Z. Hunter; Baptists; Basil Mays; Beasley; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler, Jr.; Benjamin Franklin Wheeler, Sr.; Billie Buster; Brewster; Broadway Street; Brush Arbor; C. A. Love; C. D. Weaver; C. F. Rolquist; C. J. Broome; C. K. Buckelew; C. W. Holder; Caloosa; centennial; Charles Simeon Lee, Jr.; Christian; Christianity; Chuluota; Chuluota Baptist Church; churches; citrus; Civil War; clergy; Clermont; Clifton Springs; colonization; colony; Creek; D. D. Gammage; Dan F. Thomas; deacon; Delco Light Plant. Goldenrod; Diane Aulin; Diane Aulin Keller; Donald L. Orman; E. A. Farnell; E. Lee Smith; education; enterprise; F. A. Peirson; F. C. Edwards; F. C. Morgan; FBC; First Baptist Church of Oviedo; Florida Mosquito Territory; Fort Christmas; Fort Drum; Fort Gatlin; Freeze of 1894; freezes; G. W. Alford; Goldenrod Baptist churches; Groveland; groves; growers; H. B. McCall; H. H. Link; Hammond organ; Henry Walcott; Homecoming Day; Howard S. Gott; Indian; Iniah Honchin; Ira Rouse; Isaacs; J. A. Richardson; J. B. Rogers; J. C. Hatlzelow; J. E. Okerlund; J. F. Mitchell; J. G. Black; J. H. King; J. H. Lee, Sr.; J. I.; J. I. Beasley; J. M. Jones; J. M. Kones; J. Max Cook; J. N. Thompson; J. O. Fries; J. O. Jelks; J. P. Jacobs; J. S. Day; J. T. Bryant; J. T. Wheeler; J. W. Martin; Jack T. Bryant; James G. Speer; Jelks; Joe Fox; Joe Leinhart; John Hiram Lee, Sr.; John M. Camp; John S. Womble; Joseph Leinhart; Joshua P. Jacobs; Julia Golden; K. Swonson; L. A. Hardy; L. L. Day; Ladies Aid Society; Lake Charm; Lake Jessup Avenue; Lake Jessup Community; Lake Jessup Settlement; Lake Jesup; Lawton; Lois Ruddell; Lord; Lund; M. E. Brock; Magazine Club of Oviedo; Maitland; Mary Gwynn; Mary Jacobs; Mary Walker; Milton Gore; Missionary Baptist churches; Mosquito County; Muskogan; Native American; Needham Jelks; Nelson; Nelson Brothers; Nettie Aulin; Nettie Jacobs; Nettie Jacobs Aulin; O. M.; orange county; Orange Grove Baptist Church; oranges; organ; orlando; Oviedo; Oviedo Baptist churches; P. H. Brown; pastor; Pearl G. Martin; Pride of Oviedo; R. L. Ward; R. L. Wheeler; R. M. Hickman; R. W. Dickert; R. W. Lawton; religious education; Reminiscence Fair; reverend; Robert Lawton; S. C. Dorsey; S. W. Sheffield; schools; Seminole; Seminole County; Sexton; shipping; slave; slavery; Solaria's Wharf; St. Johns River; St. Volusia; Statson University; Sunday schools; T. H. Daniell, Sr.; T. J. Bell; T. W. Lawton; Ted Aulin; The Lodge; Theodore Aulin; Theodore Aulin, Jr.; Theodore Aulin, Sr.; Thomas Willington Lawton; Tom Lawton; Tom Wheeler; Tomokan; Tucker; Tuscovilla; W. A. Jelks; W. A. Ward, Jr.; W. E. Alexander; W. G. Powell; W. H. Luther; W. H. Martin; W. J. Lawton, Sr.; W. P. Carter; W. P. Rogers; W. S. Sommerville; W. T. Walker; W. W. Townson; Walter Gwynn; Whitney-Wolcott House; Will Alexander; William Clevor; William H. Martin; Williams Stones; Winborn Joseph Lawton, Sr.
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Aho, Paul; Avery, Dick; Baby Boom Generation; bathing suit; beach; Beach Street; beachwear; Blake, Tom; Brooke, Christopher; Campbell, Jim; Cassanello, Robert A.; cinema; Clarke, Bob; Collier's: The National Weekly; Daytona Beach; Daytona Beach Surf Shop, Inc.; fiberglass; film; film industry; Flagler, Henry Morrison; Ford, Chip; Gibson, Ella; Halifax Historical Museum; Harper's Magazine; Hawaii; Hazen, Kendra; Kahanamoku, Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola; Kelley, Katie; Long, Mark Howard; longboard; Mainland High School; manufacturing; Marten, Wes; Miami; Miller, George; movie; Murph the Surf; Murphy, Jack "Murph the Surf" Roland; music; music industry; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; Ormond Beach; plywood; podcast; Polynesian; Polynesian Islands; polyurethane; Reed, Goldman; RICHES; royalty; Seabreeze High School; shortboard; sport; spring break; Surf n' Bass; surfboard; surfboard shaper; surfer; surfing; Surfing Florida: A Photographic History; swimsuit; The Beach Boys; The Endless Summer; tourism; tourist; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; upper class; Velásquez, Daniel; Waikiki Club; Where the Boys Are; Whitman, Bill; Whitman, Dudley; Whitman, Stanley; Whitney, Caspar; Win the War League; wooden surfboard; World War II; WWII; youth culture
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: 58th Avenue; A History of Central Florida; archaeology; Archaic Period; burial; burial mound; Cassanello, Robert A.; celt; ceremonial tool; copper; Copper Road; Dickens, Bethany; documentary; Endonino, Jon; Fifty-Eighth Ave.; Fifty-Eighth Avenue; Ford, Chip; Great Lakes; greenstone; Long, George; Middle Archaic Period; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; Ocala; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; podcast; Precolumbian; shell; Silver River Museum and Environmental Education Center; Tennessee; Tool; trade network; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; woodworking
Tags: A History of Central Florida; archaeology; canoe; Cassanello, Robert A.; Central Boulevard; Creek; documentary; Duvall County; European; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; I-4; Interstate Highway 4; Lake County; Long, Mark Howard; metalworking; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; Newnans Lake; OCRHC; orange county; Orange County Regional History Center; Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum; podcast; Precolumbian; Ruhl, Donna; Seminole; Seminole County; Spaniard; Spanish; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; Timucua; Timucuan; Turner, Frederick Jackson; UCF; UF; University of Central Florida; University of Florida; Vine Street; woodworking
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Archaic Period; burial; burial mound; Cassanello, Robert; Central American; ceramic; ceramic pots; check stamped pottery; Clarke, Bob; clay; clay pottery; documentary; Florida Museum of Natural History; Ford, Chip; Gibson, Ella; Kelley, Katie; Louisiana; Mesoamerica; Milanich, Jerald T.; Native American; New Smyrna Museum of history; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; orange fiber tempered pottery; Paleolithic Era; podcast; pot; pottery; pottery shard; Poverty Point; Poverty Point State Historic Site; religion; ritual; Sams Ave.; Sams Avenue; spirituality; St. Johns Culture; St. Johns River; UF; University of Florida; Upper Paleolithic Era; Wallis, Neill J.
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Arachaic Indian; archaeological site; archaeology; Archaic Period; Brevard County; Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science; burial; burial site; Cassanello, Robert A.; cemetery; Clarke, Bob; documentary; Doran, Glen; fabric; Florida Public Archaeology Network; Florida State University; Ford, Chip; FSU; Gibson, Ella; Ice Age; Kelley, Katie; Milanich, Jerald T.; mortuary analysis; Native American; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; podcast; Precolumbian; Prehistoric; textile; textile manufacturing; Tool; UF; University of Florida; Wentz, Rachel; Wentz, Rachel K.; wet site; Windover Archaeological Site; Windover Burial Site; Windover Pond; wood; wood tool; woodworking
Tags: ACL; arsh seedless; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; Brockelman Brothers, Inc.; Chase and Company; Chase Investment Company; Chase, Joshua Coffin; citrus; citrus industry; dancy tangerine; dancy tangerines; Department of Agriculture; freeze; frost; grapefruit; grapefruit industry; irrigation, freeze; Isleworth Grove; Lake Butler; Native American; Ocoee; orange; orange county; orange industry; orlando; packinghouse; pineapple orange; Riverside, California; Samuel J. Shallow Company; Seminole; Shamel, A. D.; Shamel, A.D.; Tangerine; tangerine industry; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Valencia; Windermere
"The Entrance of the Faith in the Eastern Part of the Peninsula and Some Early Presbyterian Plantings in the Region of Saint Johns Presbytery" Manuscript
Tags: Americus, Georgia; Apopka; Army; Baker, Archibald; baptism; Beresford; Boone, Cornelia Frances; Boone, Janette Bruce; Boone, Mattie; Bruce, Agnus Donald; Bruce, Cornelia Frances Marks; Caldwell, Andrew C.; Caldwell, Andrew Curran; Caldwell, Julie Doak; Caldwell, Robert Ernest; Caldwell, Sallie Davidson; Christiania, Norway; church; church elder; circuit rider; Columbia County; Convention of the General Assembly; Darlington; deacon; DeLand; Dubose, John C.; education; elder; enterprise; Episcopal Church; Episcopalian; Episcopalianism; Euchee Valley; evangelism; evangelist; Evangelist of Florida Presbytery; Everglades; Fort Dallas; Fort Maitland; Fort Mellon; Fort Read; Galloway, Francis Lee; Galloway, Nancy; Gamble, William G.; Gould; Gould, Benjamin; Gound, Benjamin; Graften, C. W.; Green; Greensboro, North Carolina; Harrington; Holland; Holland, Ella; Holland, Herbert; Holland, Sarah Cochrane; Holland, Ursula; Lake Apopka; Leesburg; Little, James; Luraville; Madison; Maitland; Mar's Bluff, South Carolina; Markes, Maggie; Marks; Marks, Adeline Tomlinson; Marks, Jacinta; Marks, Maggie; Marks, Matthew R.; marriage; Mason; Mason, Zolotus; McCorkle, S. V.; McCormack, J. W.; McIlvaine, William E.; McLean, Josephine; McLean, Madison; McLean, Maggie; Mecklenburg County, North Carolina; Mellonville; Methodism; Methodist; Methodist church; Miami; Micanopy; mission; Montgomery, F F.; Montgomery, John W.; Native American; Nichols, Maria Stone; North Carolina; North Florida; Oakland; orange county; Orange House; orlando; Pensacola; pioneer; Presbyterian; Presbyterian church; Presbyterianism; Read, Ford; Rees, Margaret Bruce; religious education; reverend; Rossetter; Rossetter, Appleton T.; Saint Johns Presbytery; Sanford; school; Scotland; Seminole; Seminole War; settlement; Silver Lake Church; South Carolina; Speer; Speer, James G.; St. Johns River; Stagg, John W.; Stockton; Stockton, North Carolina; Sumter County; Sunday school; Suwannee County; Tallahassee; Telford; Telford, R. L.; Telford, William B.; The Early Planting of Presbyterianism in West Florida; The Entrance of the Faith in the Eastern Part of the Peninsula and Some Early Presbyterian Plantings in the Region of Saint Johns Presbytery; Tufts, Edgar; Turner, George D.; U.S. Army; Volusia County; Walton County; Watson; wedding; Weinrich, Charles; West Florida; Whipple; Whitner, Amelia Melvina Howard; Whitner, B. F.; Whitner, B.F.; Whitner, J. N.; Whitner, Joseph Newton; Whitner, Mary Golphin; Whitner, Sarah Jane Church; Willy, John; Woodruff, Nancy Galloway; Woodruff, W. W.; Wylly, George W.; Young People's Musical Group
Tags: 500th anniversary; African American; Age of Exploration; anniversary; archaeolgy; article; award; Cassanello, Robert A.; colonial; colonization; commemoration; de León, Juan Ponce; DeCoster, Jonathan; Deegan, Kathleen; documentary; editor; education; educator; European; exploration; explorer; FHQ; FHQ Podcast; FHS; Florida Historical Quarterly; Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast; Florida Historical Society; France; French; French Florida; Hampton Dunn Internet Award; historian; historical society; historiography; Hoffman, Paul E.; journal; journal article; journal editor; Journal Storage; JSTOR; Landers, Jane; Lester, Connie L.; McGraw, John; Murphree, Daniel S.; NASA; National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Native American; palm; podcast; primary source; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; scholar; scholarly journal; settlement; settler; slave; slavery; special issue; teacher; UCF; UCF Department of History; University of Central Florida; University of Central Florida Department of History; West Florida Rebellion of 1810; women
Tags: African American; alligator; Arthur, Chester Alan; assassination; Astor, John Jacob; author; Barry, Dave; Battle of San Juan Hill; Bayfront Park; Bennett, Roger; Bryan, Ruth; Bryan, William Jennings; Buchanan, N. W.; Bush, George Walker; candidate; Cassanello, Robert A.; Cermack, Anton "Tony" Joseph; Cermack, Tony; Chicago, Illinois; Clark, James "Jim" C.; Clark, Jim; Clark, Jim C.; Coolidge, Calvin; Coolidge, John Calvin, Jr.; Coral Gables; Crane, Harold Hart; Crane, Hart; Cuba; disability; Dos Passos, John Roderigo; election; Election of 1876; Election of 2000; electoral college; electoral vote; elephant; Everglades; fishing; Florida White House; Fort Lauderdale; Frost, Robert Lee; Gainesville; Garfield, James Abram; golf; Gore, Albert "Al" Arnold, Jr.; Grant, Hiram Ulysses; Grant, Ulysses S.; Harding, Warren Gamaliel; Harper's Weekly; Harry S. Truman Little White House; Hayes, Rutherford Birchard; Hemingway, Ernest Miller; Hiaasen, Carl; inauguration; Indian River; Key Biscayne; Key West; Lake Tahoke; Lakeside Inn; literature; Little White House; McKinley, William; Mintz, Steven; Mount Dora; Native American; Nixon, Richard Milhous; Obama, Barack Hussein; Owen, Ruth Bryan; Pineapple Anthology of Florida Writers Volume 1; poet; poetry; president; presidential candidate; Presidents in Florida; Reedy Creek; Republican; Republican National Convention; Republican Party; Republican presidential nomination; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Romney, Mitt; Romney, Willard Mitt; Roosevelt, Franklin Delano; Roosevelt, Teddy; Roosevelt, Theodore "Teddy"; runaway slave; San Francisco, California; San Juan Hill; Seminole; slave; slavery; St. Augustine; St. Johns River; steamboat; steamship; Taylor, Zachary; The Branded Hand; Tilden, Samuel Jones; Titusville; tourism; tourist; Truman, Harry S.; vacation; vice president; vice presidential candidate; Washington, George; Whittier, John Greenleaf; Winter White House; World War II; writer; WWII
Tags: A History of Central Florida; African American; Ancient Egypt; Ancient Egyptian; archaeology; aritst; art; BBC; beads; bell; boat; Bok Tower Gardens; Bok, Mary L. Curtis; British Broadcasting Corporation; burial; bus; bus driver; canoe; casket; Cassanello, Robert A.; Catholic Church; Catholicism; ceramic; chimney; college sport; college student; collegiate wear; copper; copper beads; cross; Cross, Philip; desegregation; diesel locomotive; documentary; educator; Egypt; Egyptian; England; fashion; fishing; Gainesville; Graham, Emily; Grand Dragon; Grand Imperial Wizard; grave; Great Lakes; Greyhound; hate group; historical society; History of the World in 100 Objects; integration; Kelley, Doug; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; Lake Apopka; Lane, Jack Constant; Latin; Maitland; Maitland Art Center; Maitland Research Studio; Mickey Mouse; Milanich, Jerald T.; museum; Native American; Newton, Michael; Piliklikaha; podcast; prayer; race relations; racism; railroad; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Rollins College; rowboat; runaway slave; Russia; Russian; Russian Samovar; saint; Saint Benedict of Nursia; samovar; segregation; Seminole; slave; slave catcher; slavery; Smith, J. André; Solonari, Vladimir; souvenir; sport fishing; sports; St. Benedict Medal; St. Johns River; steam locomotive; student; tea; theme park; tourism; tourist; tourist attraction; trade; trade expedition; trade netowkr; trade network; Trailways Transportation System; train; train bell; UCF; University of Central Florida; Walt Disney World; Weisman, Brent; Wentz, Rachel K.; white supremacy; Windover Burial Site; wrecking crew; Wright, Stephen Caldwell
Tags: anthropology; anthropomorphism; archaeology; Bennett, Charles Edward; bird; Buonarroti Simoni, Michelangelo di Lodovico; craft; da Vinci, Leonardo di ser Piero; DeLand; Early Historic Period; Fort Caroline; Foster, Amy; Hasbrouck, Kim; historic preservation; Hontoon Island; Hontoon Island State Park; Jacksonville; Long, George; material culture; Michelangelo; Middle St. Johns River; Morris, Craig; mound; myth; mythology; Native American; otter; owl; park; pelican; pine; Prehistoric Period; preservation; religion; Renaissance; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Sassaman, Kenneth E.; shark; shark teeth; spirituality; St. Johns River; state park; symbol; symbolism; The Florida Anthropologist; Timucua; Timucuan; Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve; Timucuan Preserve; totem; UF; University of Florida
Tags: archaeological excavation; archaeology; Archaic Period; burial; burial mound; ceremonial mound; convservation; DeLand; documentary; European contact; FDOEP; FDOS; flat-top temple mountain; Florida Department of Environmental Protection; Florida Department of State; Hasbrouck, Kim; Hontoon Dead River; Hontoon Island; Hontoon Island State Park; Jacksonville; Lake Beresford; Lake George; Long, George; mining; mound; Native American; Okeechobee; otter; Özoğlu, Hakan; Paleo-Indian; park; pelican; podcast; pottery; Potts, Cheryl; Purdy, Barbara; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Sassaman, Kenneth E.; shell deposit; shell mound; shellfish; St. Johns River; state park; Tallahassee; Timucuan; Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve; Titusville; Volusia County; Windover Archaeological Site
Tags: As You Like It; Brotemarkle, Benjamin D.; cowboy; de Boys, Orlando; De Leon Springs; Dickinson, Joy Wallace; documentary; Downtown Orlando; enterprise; FHS; Florida Historical Society; Fort Gatlin; Jennings, Orlando; Kammen, Michael; Lake Eola; Lake Ivanhoe; legend; Lindsay, Anne; memorial; Mosquito County; Mystic Chords of Memory: The Transformation of Tradition in American Culture; myth; Native American; orange county; orlando; podcast; Rajtar, Steve; Rees, Orlando; Reeves, Orlando; RICHES Podcast Documentaries; Rosalind Avenue; Ross, Jack; Second Seminole War; Seminole; Seminole Wars; settler; Shakespeare, William; Speer, James G.; Tampa; Tilden, Annie; U.S. Army; Water or Land; Wild Bill; Wild Bill's Wild West Show; Wild West Show; Worthington, John Jay