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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 06: Summer 2010

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We interviewed Gilbert C. Din, Professor Emeritus at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. He is the author of several books on colonial Louisiana and a frequent contributor to the FHQ. We interviewed him about his work on William August Bowles and about his article that appeared in this issue, titled “William August Bowles on the Gulf Coast, 1787-1803: Unraveling a Labyrinthine Conundrum.”

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Narrator

Dr. Connie Lester

Interviewer

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Gilbert C. Din

Date Created

Summer 2010

Keywords

Fort San Marcos de Apalache; William Bowles; West Florida; Creek Indians; Spanish Florida; British-Indian Trade; Spanish-Indian Trade; Muskogee; Bowles in the Historiography; Foreign Languages and History; Southwestern Colonial History; Southeastern Colonial history

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Also In This Issue:

William Augustus Bowles on the Gulf Coast, 1787-1803: Unravelling a Labyrinthine Conundrum

by Gilbert C. Din

Thomas de Saliere Tucker: Reconciling Industrial and Liberal Arts Education at Florida’s Normal School for Colored Teachers, 1887-1901

by Peter A. Dumbuya

Murder, Insanity and The Efficacy of Woman’s Role: The Gwendolyn Hoyt Case

by George B. Crawford

Freezes, Fights, and Fancy: The Formation of Agricultural Cooperatives in the Florida Citrus Industry

by Scott Hussey

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16 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 06: Summer 2010

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