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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 35: Fall 2017

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 35: Fall 2017

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In this episode, Dr. Daniel Murphree interviews Cynthia Patterson, associate professor of English at the University of South Florida. In the interview, Dr. Murphree and Cynthia Patterson discuss her article titled, “Catching the Spirit: The Melrose Ladies Literary and Debating Society 1890-1899,” that was published in the Fall 2017 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly.

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Interviewer

Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Cynthia Patterson

Date Created

Fall 2017

Keywords

The Melrose Ladies Literary and Debating Society, women, rights, florida, history, cynthia patterson

Comments

William Panton, British Merchant and Politico: Negotiating Allegiance in the Spanish and Southern Indian Borderlands, 1783-1801 by David Narrett 135

Catching the Spirit: The Melrose Ladies Literary and Debating Society 1890-1899 by Cynthia L. Patterson 174

Frederick C. Cubberly: “A Friend of the Oppressed” by Ralph H. Lutts 201

Book Reviews 232

End Notes 256

Copyright 2017 by the Florida Historical Society, Cocoa, Fla.

Cover Illustration: Scraping a tree to make turpentine, 189-. 3x5in black & white photograph. Image no. PR12608. Courtesy of Florida Memory, State Library & Archives of Florida https://www. floridamemory.com/items/show/11014.

Book Reviews Dessens, Creole City: A Chronicle of Early American New Orleans. by Thomas N. Ingersoll .....................232

Clavin, Aiming for Pensacola: Fugitive Slaves on the Atlantic and Southern Frontiers. by Watson Jennison ........................234

Revels, Florida’s Civil War: Terrible Sacrifices. by Angela M. Zombek ......................236

Massey, The Life and Crimes of Railroad Bill: Legendary African American Desperado. by Katharine Dahlstrand ....................239

Horne, Race to Revolution: The United States and Cuba during Slavery and Jim Crow. by Sarah L. Franklin .......................241

Martínez-Fernández, Revolutionary Cuba: A History. by Emily Kirk .............................243 Katagiri, Black Freedom, White Resistance, and Red Menance: Civil Rights and Anticommunism in the Jim Crow South. by David A. Canton ........................245

Kealing, Elvis Ignited: The Rise of an Icon in Florida. by Elizabeth Whittenburg Ozment ............248

Blackhouse, Weisman, and Rosebrough, We Come for Good: Archaeology and Tribal Historic Preservation at the Seminole Tribe of Florida. by Vance Geiger ...........................250

Pauley, Pioneering History on Two Continents: An Autobiography. by John M. Sacher .....................253

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18:17

Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 35: Fall 2017

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