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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 20: Winter 2014

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We interview Dr. Jane Landers who was the guest editor of the Special Issue of the FHQ that examines the 17th Century of Florida. This is the second of a 6-part special issue that will examine the Quintessential of Ponce De Leon's first visit to Florida.

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Narrator

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewer

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Dr. Jane Landers

Date Created

Winter 2014

Keywords

17th Century Florida; Declension; Spanish Empire; Economic Decline in Spain; European Piracy; St. Augustine; Mission San Luis; Native Americans; Mission System; Castillo De San MArco; Piracy; Raiding; Caribbean World

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Also In This Issue:

Special Issue Introduction by the FHQ editors

by Connie L. Lester and Daniel Murphree

The Historiography of Seventeenth-Century La Florida

by Jane Landers

The Geopolitics of Seventeenth-Century Florida

by Jane Landers

The Historical Archaeology of Seventeenth-Century La Florida

by Bonnie G. McEwan

“These people are not conquered like those of

New Spain”: Florida’s Reciprocal Colonial Compact

by Amy Turner Bushnell

St. Augustine in the Seventeenth Century: Capital of La Florida

by Susan Richbourg Parker

Pirate, Priest, and Slave: Spanish Florida in the 1668 Searles Raid

by Diana Reigelsperger

Colonialism on the Spanish Florida Frontier: Mission San Luis, 1656-1704

by Bonnie G. McEwan

Length of Episode

19 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 20: Winter 2014

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