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Moore Heritage Festival

Juanita Evangeline Moore discusses her father, Harry T. Moore, who was an early civil rights martyr. His house in Mims, Florida, was bombed on Christmas night in 1951, killing Moore and his wife.

Mark-In Point: 01:14 Length: 15:20

Home » Content Drawbridge House

Charlotte Devane recalls what it was like when her family lived in a house on a drawbridge over the Indian River in the 1940s.

Mark-In Point: 16:50 Length: 04:05

Dr. Michael Grannon

Dr. Michael Gannon discusses the history of Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine, its importance to the Spanish enterprise, and how it survived two sieges by British colonists.

Mark-In Point: 20:51 Length: 06:37

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SEGMENTS | Moore Heritage Festival | Home » Content Drawbridge House | Dr. Michael Grannon


Florida Frontiers; African American; Civil Rights; Development; Folklife; St. Augustine; Colonial History