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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 27: Fall 2015

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In this episode of the Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast we interviewed John Paul Nuno from California State University at Northridge about his article, "República de Bandidos: Challenges to Emergent Racial Hierarchies in the Florida Borderlands in the Early Nineteenth Century."

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Narrator

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewer

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

John Paul Nuno

Date Created

Fall 2015

Keywords

Prospect Bluff; Fort; Seminole Indians; Creek Indians; Runwaway Slaves; Black Criminality; Discourse; Fort Gadsden; Spanish Instability; Historiography; Borderlands; Spanish Slavery v American Slavery

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Also in this Issue:

Sucking, Blood, and Fire: Timucuan Healing Practices in Spanish Florida

by Tamara Shircliff Spike

Reconstructing Power in an American Borderland:

Political Change in Colonial East Florida

by Nancy O. Gallman

“República de Bandidos”: The Prospect Bluff Fort’s Challenge to the Spanish Slave System

by John Paul Nuño

Currency, Credit, Crises, and Cuba: The Fed’s Early History in Florida

by Lesley Mace

Length of Episode

28 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 27: Fall 2015

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