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This episode features an interview with Dr. Sherry Johnson, who was the guest editor of the Special Issue of The Florida Historical Quarterly that examines the Eighteenth-century Florida. This is the third of a six-part special issue that will…

This is the podcast for the Summer 2011 issue of The Florida Historical Quarterly. The issue features the 2010 Friends of the Florida Historical Society Keynote Lecture "The First Coming of Judeo-Christian Religion to Florida" by Michael Gannon in…

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A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

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A postcard depicting the Alamo Mission in San Antonio, Texas. The Alamo is best known as the site of the Battle of the Alamo, where Texian soldiers were defeated by the Mexican Army during the Texas Revolution. The Alamo was first constructed in 1744…

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A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

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A postcard depicting the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, which was built in 1907 on the site of a former cathedral that burned down in 1861. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

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A postcard depicting a hunting lodge and chapel at Kühtai, a mountain pass in the Austrian Alps, in front of the Gaiskogl mountain in Tyrol, Austria. Built in 1622, it became a haven for skiiers around 1909, when the sport became popular.This…

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A postcard depicting a view of the City of Antwerp, Belgium. The tallest building in the postcard is the Cathedral of Our Lady, a Roman Catholic cathedral founded in 1521.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a…

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A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Scheldt, a river in Antwerp, Belgium. The river runs from northern France through western Belgium and southwestern Netherlands. The tallest building in the postcard is the Cathedral of Our Lady, a Roman…

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A postcard depicting the Bloedberg, or Butcher's Hall, in Antwerp, Belgium. The second hall was built in 1250, but when the first was built is unknown. It was originally founded as an indoor trade market, because Antwerp was one of the economic…

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A postcard depicting St. Paulinus' Church, a Baroque church in Trier, Germany. It was constructed in 1753 and is the third structure to be built on that site. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher…

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A postcard depicting the broken vaults and stained glass windows of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the…

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A postcard depicting the inside of La Iglesia de San Francisco de Antigua Guatemala, also known as San Francisco el Grande and the San Francisco Church, which was built by Diego de Porres in 1702. It is the home of the Franciscans of Guatemala, who…

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A postcard depicting the interior of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and…

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A postcard depicting the front gate of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French kings, photographs of the…

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A postcard depicting the interior of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French kings, photographs of the…

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A postcard depicting a view of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, from the city. The photograph was taken before the cathedral was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French…

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A postcard depicting the lateral face of the south tower of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French…

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A postcard depicting the lateral side of the North Tower of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, after it was burned and bombarded by the German Army in August 1914 during World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the…

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A postcard depicting the crypt of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…

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A postcard depicting a drawing of the tomb of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette, as it looked in the cemetery of the Madeleine prior to the construction of the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. Once the chapel…

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A postcard depicting the gardens of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…

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A postcard depicting the terrace of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…