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Program Number

32

Program Segments

Artist Jackson Walker

Artist Jackson Walker discusses his "Legendary Florida" series of oil paintings. He talks about using art to reexplore Florida history.

Mark-In Point: 01:15 Length: 13:18

Swamp Cabbage

Duarte Howard of Indian River County talks about the tradition of harvesting, preparing, and eating swamp cabbage.

Mark-In Point: 14:18 Length: 05:13

Florida's Jewish Heritage Trail

Marcia Zerivitz, director of the Jewish Museum of Florida, author Rachel Heimovics, and historian Dr. Samuel Proctor discuss the history of Jewish people in Florida, whose presence in the area dates back to the 1760s. Florida has the third largest population of Jewish people in the United States.

Mark-In Point: 19:38 Length: 06:57

Program Date

9-8-2009

Segment Summary

SEGMENTS | Artist Jackson Walker | Swamp Cabbage | Floirda's Jewish Heritage Trail

Keywords

Florida Frontiers; Florida Artists; Folklife; Agriculture; Jewish History

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