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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 11: Fall 2011

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This episode features interviews with all of the contributors for this special issue on the West Florida Revolt of 1810: “Introduction: Setting a Precedent for Regional Revolution: The West Florida Revolt Considered,” by Samuel C. Hyde, Jr., “Some Thoughts on Spanish East and West Florida as Borderlands,” by James G. Cusick, “The Origins of the Monroe Doctrine Revisited: The Madison Administration, the West Florida Revolt, and the No Transfer Policy,” by William S. Belko, and “The Rise and Fall of the Original Lone Star State: Infant American Imperialism Ascendant in West Florida,” by Cody Scallions. The entire issue is dedicated the global context and impact of the revolt from a variety of different perspectives.

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Narrator

Dr, Connie Lester

Interviewer

Dr. Daniel Murphree

Interviewee

Samuel C. Hyde; James G. Cusick; William S. Belko; Cody Scallions

Date Created

Fall 2011

Keywords

West Florida Revolt; Spanish Colonies; Louisiana Purchase; Global impact; Diplomacy; National Security; No Transfer Policy; Madison Administration; Florida Parishes; Democracy; Raiding

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Also In This Issue:

Introduction: Setting a Precedent for Regional Revolution: The West Florida Revolt Considered

by Samuel C. Hyde, Jr.

Some Thoughts on Spanish East and West Florida as Borderlands

by James G. Cusick

The Origins of the Monroe Doctrine Revisited: The Madison Administration, the West Florida Revolt, and the No Transfer Policy

by William S. Belko

The Rise and Fall of the Original Lone Star State: Infant American Imperialism Ascendant in West Florida

by Cody Scallions

Length of Episode

27 minutes

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast Episode 11: Fall 2011

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