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Contents: Exploring Florida's shape-shifting past : Our Spanish story continues to evolve -- Dreams lost, dreams found in the quest for Florida -- Who started the myth about a Fountain of Youth? / By J. Michael Francis -- How seashells saved St. Augustine: A city of '˜firsts'-- The life and death of Spanish missions -- A remarkable figure emerges from the past: Ferreting out an amazing story from 300-year-old documents / By Darcie MacMahon -- Florida's villages were global / By Gary R. Mormino -- Native tribes were decimated -- Humanities Alive! -- Pensacola: A mixing pot of humanity / By John J. Clune and Margo S. Stringfield -- Spain’s empire crumbles / By Gary R. Mormino -- Hispanic ties still shape Florida / By Paul Dosal -- Bridging Cultures: Multiculturalism is a journey / By Maude Heurtelou -- My Favorite Florida Place: Waiter, there's a snake in my soup! / By Peter B. Gallagher.

Forum : Vol. 35, No. 03 (Fall : 2011)



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