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An Evening with Stetson Kennedy

Stetson Kennedy, native Floridian and social activist, recalls his friendship with Zora Neale Hurston, Woody Guthrie, and Harry T. Moore. He also talks about his career as a WPA folklorist and his exposure of the Ku Klux Klan.

Mark-In Point: 01:20 Length: 15:17

Gilbert's Bar House of Refuge

Lighthouse keeper Jim McCormick and author Sandra Thurlow discuss Gilbert's Bar House of Refuge, which was established to provide food and shelter to shipwreck victims.

Mark-In Point: 17:23 Length: 03:23

Fishing History Theatrical Presentation

The vanishing way of life of Florida's commercial fishermen is explored in Evelyn Wilde Mayerson's one-actor play, Net Loss, and an exhibit of paintings by Philip Steel.

Mark-In Point: 20:58 Length: 06:28

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SEGMENTS | An Evening with Stetson Kennedy | Gilbert's Bar House of Refuge | Fishing History Theatrical Presentation


Florida Frontiers; Civil Rights; Folklife; Shipwrecks; Fishing; Florida Artists

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Transcript - Radio Program #33

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