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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 39: Fall 2018

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Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 39: Fall 2018

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Producer

Holly Baker

Description

Description: In this episode, Holly Baker interviews Dr. Christophe J.M. Boucher about his article in the Fall 2018 issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly titled, "The Greatest Dissemblers in the World: Timucuas, Spaniards, and the Fall of Fort Caroline."

Dr. Christophe J.M. Boucher is an Associate Professor in History at the College of Charleston in Charleston, South Carolina.

The Florida Historical Quarterly is the peer reviewed scholarly journal of the Florida Historical Society. The society was founded in 1856 and is the only state wide historical organization in Florida. The society is headquartered in Cocoa, Florida and the editorial offices of the journal are in the Department of History at the University of Central Florida.

Narrator

Holly Baker

Interviewer

Holly Baker

Interviewee

Christophe J.M. Boucher

Date Created

2021

Keywords

Fort Caroline, Pedro Menendez de Aviles, St. Johns River, River May, Florida, Adelantado, Spanish, French, France, Spain, La Florida, Timucua, St Augustine, Jacksonville, Christophe Boucher, Spanish Florida, French Florida, Jacques Le Moyne, Huguenots, Utina, Saturiwa, Hostaqua, Native Americans, Seloy, Hurricane, 1565, Shipwreck, René Goulaine de Laudonnière, King Philip II of Spain, King Charles IX, Jean Ribault, Protestants.

Subjects

Fort Caroline, Pedro Menendez de Aviles, St. Johns River, River May, Florida, Adelantado, Spanish, French, France, Spain, La Florida, Timucua, St Augustine, Jacksonville, Christophe Boucher, Spanish Florida, French Florida, Jacques Le Moyne, Huguenots, Utina, Saturiwa, Hostaqua, Native Americans, Seloy, Hurricane, 1565, Shipwreck, René Goulaine de Laudonnière, King Philip II of Spain, King Charles IX , Jean Ribault, Protestants.

Length of Episode

34:01

Florida Historical Quarterly Podcast 39: Fall 2018


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