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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 13: Spring 2012

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We interviewed Professor David Jackson Jr. from Florida A & M University, about his article “Industrious, Thrifty and Ambitious”: Jacksonville’s African American Businesspeople during the Jim Crow Era,” which appeared in this issue. It is about the business class of Jacksonville during the Jim Crow Era. We also interviewed Tina Bucuvalas, who was the 2012 Jillian Prescott Memorial Keynote Speaker at the Florida Historical Society Meeting and Symposium in Tampa.

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Narrator

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewer

Dr. Robert Cassanello; Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

David Jackson Jr.; Tina Bucuvalas

Date Created

Spring 2012

Keywords

Progressive Era; Jacksonville; African Americans; Booker T. Washington; Anderson; Alexander Darnes; Black Professional Class; A.L. Lewis; Afro American Life Insurance; Civil Rights; Folklife; Culture; Traditions; Ethnohistory

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Also In This Issue:

American Gibraltar: Key West during World War II

by Abraham H. Gibson

Pragmatism, Seminoles, and Science: Opposition to Progressive Everglades Drainage

by Chris Wilhelm

“Industrious, Thrifty and Ambitious”: Jacksonville’s African American Businesspeople during the Jim Crow Era

by David H. Jackson, Jr.

“For this is an Enchanted Land”: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and the Florida Environment

by Florence M. Turcotte

Length of Episode

16 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 13: Spring 2012

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