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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 03: Fall 2009

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We interviewed Dr. Nancy J. Levine, Associate Professor of English at the University of North Florida. Professor Levine and her class recorded the history of the Hasting Library, a collaborative effort that is chronicled in an article in this issue, titled “Florida Classroom: Tea Sets, Tractors and T-1 Lines: The Survival of a Small Town Library: The Hastings Branch Library, Hastings, Florida.”

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Narrator

Dr. Connie Lester

Interviewer

Dr. Robert Cassanello

Interviewee

Dr. Nancy J. Levine

Date Created

Fall 2009

Keywords

Hastings Library; Delaney Learning Project; Student Involvement; Community History; Library History; African American; Emerson; Home Demonstration Movement; Community and Library Exploration

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Also In This Issue:

Inventing the Conch Republic: The Creation of Key West as an Escape from Modern America

by William C. Barnet

The Florida Fight for Equality: The Equal Rights Amendment, Senator Lori Wilson and Mediated Catfights in the 1970s

by Kimberly Wilmot Voss

A Re-assessment of Seminoles, Africans, and Slavery on the Florida Frontier

by Kevin Kokomoor

Florida Classroom: Tea Sets, Tractors and T-1 Lines: the Survival of a Small Town Library: The Hastings Branch Library, Hastings, Florida

by Nancy J. Levine, George V. Minton, Sandie A. Stratton, Sharon Cleland, and Belinda Delzell

Length of Episode

14 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 03: Fall 2009

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