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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 02: Summer 2009

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For this podcast, we interviewed Dr. Michael Bowen, assistant director at the Bob Graham center for Public Service, about his article “The Strange Tale of Wesley and Florence Garrison: Racial Crosscurrents of the Postwar Florida Republican Party,” and the research involved in writing that article. The article appeared in this issue.

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Narrator

Dr. Connie Lester

Interviewer

Dr. Robert Cassanello

Interviewee

Dr. Michael D. Bowen

Date Created

Summer 2009

Keywords

Race; Urban Growth; Republican Party; Post-WWII; Bob Graham Center; The Garrison Family; African American Property Expansion; Republicanism in the Solid South; Blockbusters in the South; New Deal Shift; African American Civil Rights; Modern GOP; Taft-Dewey Campaign; Archival Research

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Also In This Issue:

The Strange Tale of Wesley and Florence Garrison: Racial Crosscurrents of the Postwar Florida Republican Party

by Michael D. Bowen

Tampa’s 1910 Lynching: The Italian-American Perspective and Its Implications

by Stefano Luconi

Entangled Borderlands: The 1794 Projected French Invasion of Spanish East Florida and Atlantic History

by Robert J. Alderson, Jr.

1892—A Year of Crucial Decisions in Florida

by Jesus Mendez

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17 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 02: Summer 2009

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