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Rossetter House Museum

This program is about Carrie Rossetter and her remembrances of life at the turn of the century when she was a child in Florida. Today, her family home is a museum dedicated to life in the late nineteeth century and early twentieth century in Florida.

Mark-In Point: 01:11 Length: 13:55

German POWs in Florida

Rupert Methrot, a former German prisoner of war, discusses what it was like to live in a POW camp in Florida during World War II.

Mark-In Point: 15:25 Length: 05:55

Cape Florida Lighthouse

Miami historian Dr. Paul George and author Dr. Kevin McCarthy discuss the Cape Florida Lighthouse, which is located on Biscayne Bay near Miami and is Florida's oldest lighthouse and the oldest structure in south Florida.

Mark-In Point: 21:26 Length: 06:37

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SEGMENTS | Rossetter House Museum | German POWs in Florida | Cape Florida Lighthouse


Florida Frontiers; Women's History; Historic Preservation; World War II; Lighthouses

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