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Marco Island Historical Museum

This program includes interviews with Craig Woodward of the Marco Island Historical Museum, which highlights the history of the Calusa Indians, and Dr. Rachel Wentz, head of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) East Central Region. Now that the museum has been built, it is hoped that many Calusa artifacts, currently housed in other states and countries, can be returned to the state of Florida.

Mark-In Point: 01:25 Length: 13:45

1513 Moment - Mediterranean Style Architecture

Historian Dr. Gary Mormino explores the architectural style of Mediterranean Revival, which had its heyday in 1920s Florida.

Mark-In Point: 16:42 Length: 01:53

Old Country Grocery Stores

This program includes a discussion with octogenarians about their family-owned grocery stores in Indian River County.

Mark-In Point: 18:35 Length: 04:05

Children of Cuban Immigrants

Cuban Americans talk about identity issues that arise from living in a community in exile.

Mark-In Point: 22:40 Length: 05:20

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SEGMENTS | Marco Island Historical Museum | 1513 Moment - Mediterranean Style Architecture | Old Country Grocery Stores | Children of Cuban Immigrants


Florida Frontiers; Native American; Archaeology; Architecture; Folklife; Cuban American; Hispanic