Browse Items (6 total)
- Tags: gators
Tags: A History of Central Florida; Airko Manufacturing Company; alligator farms; alligators; Andrea Ludden; automobiles; Bob Clarke; camping; cars; Central Boulevard; ceramics; Chip Ford; Clermont; Clermont Historical Village; Daniel Velásquez; Ella Gibson; Florida Historical Society; Gatlinburg, Tennessee; gators; Great Depression; hotels; Japan; Katie Kelley; Kendra Hazen; Lakeside Motel; Ludden, Andrea; motels; motor vehicles; Nick Wynne; OCRHC; Orange County Regional History Center; orlando; pepper shakers; Robert Cassanello; Salt and Pepper Shaker Museum; salt shakers; Souvenir Road; souvenirs; tin can tourism; tin can tourists; tourism; Tracy J. Revel; Tracy J. Revels; West Avenue; William F. Naval; World War II; WWII
Tags: alligators; American eels; Archie Smith; Bill Belleville; Black Hammock Fish Camp; boating the line; Bobby Martin; Camay soaps; catfish; catfish farming; catfish farms; catfishing; Cecil Dile; Clarence Coir; commercial fishermen; commercial fishing; Daniel Motta; Dog Track Road; eel pots; eeling; electrolysis action; fish; fish traps; fishers; fishing; fishing empty hooks; game wardens; gators; hoop nets; hyacinths; jump lining; Lake Harney; Lake Jesup; Lake Monroe; Longwood; monkey fishing; monkey machines; Mullet Lake Park; Museum of Seminole County History; oxidation; pesticides; poaching; pollution; Sanford; Sanford Boat Works & Marina; ship stores; shotgun houses; shrimp; shrimp trawls; shrimping; skip jacks; snails; SR 17-92; St. Johns River; State Road 17-92; stay lining; stingrays; Tampa; trot lines; Tuskawilla Road; Vietnam War; Waits' Fish House; Woodruff Creek
Tags: A. Duda & Sons; African Americans; agricultural labor; agriculture; alligators; Ann Kendrick; Apopka; Apopka City Council; bass; bass fishing; Bonita Springs; boycotts; Cape Canaveral; carrot houses; carrots; Cesar Chavez; César Estrada Chávez; citrus; City of Apopka; Crealdé School of Art; discrimination; Dowdell v. City of Apopka; E & J Gallo Winery; farms; Farmworker Association of Florida; farmworkers; ferneries; fernery; Gail Grimes; gators; Germans; Haitians; Hispanics; Hope CommUnity Center; Immokalee; Jared Muha; juice plants; kale; KKK; Ku Klux Klan; laborers; Lake Apopka; Lake County; Latinas; Latinos; lettuce; lupus; Mexican Americans; Mexicans; muck farms; Museum of the Apopkans; nonprofits; nuns; nurseries; nursery; Office for Farmworker Ministry; orange county; orange groves; oranges; pesticide exposure; pesticides; Peter Schreyer; Pierson; Plymouth; Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative, Inc.; Polk County; POW; POWs; Prisoner of War; Prisoners of War; race relations; racial conflict; racism; radish; radishes; religious sisters; Roman Catholic Church; Roman Catholicism; Roman Catholics; segregation; service learning; SLE; soldiers; Stomping Ground; systemic lupus erythematosus; The Last Harvest; turpentine; Vietnam War; wages; Walt Disney World Resort; William Donald Borders; Willis V. McCall; Willis Virgil McCall; Winter Garden; Winter Garden City Council; Winter Park; World War II; WWII
Rural Clean-Up Failures: Deterioration of Lake Apopka Attributed to Introduction of 'Excessive Enrichments'
Tags: aeromonas liquefaciens; agricultural pollution; American alligators; bacteria; bacterium; citrus processing; common alligators; Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission; Frank Hayes; gators; hyacinth control; Lake Apopka; Lake Beauclair; muck farming; muck farms; O. E. Frye, Jr.; Ocklawaha River; pesticides; sewage disposal; UG; University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine; water hyacinths; water management; water quality; wildlife die-offs; Wildlife Disease Study; wildlife diseases