Season 2

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Florida Frontiers

One Giant Leap

In July 1969, the USA sent three men to the moon and returned them safely to the earth.

One Giant Leap

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Florida Frontiers

The Greatest Show in Florida

Florida Frontiers explores the legacy of John and Mabel Ringling in Sarasota.

The Greatest Show in Florida

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Florida Frontiers

The Conch Republic

In 1982, Key West seceded from the Union to form the Conch Republic.

The Conch Republic

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Florida Frontiers

The Highwaymen Artists

The Highwaymen are a group of mostly self-taught African American landscape painters.

The Highwaymen Artists

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Florida Frontiers

Mosquito Beaters Memories

People who lived in central Brevard County discuss how life used to be in Florida.

Mosquito Beaters Memories

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Florida Frontiers

The Florida Historic Capitol Museum

The Florida Historic Capitol building is now a museum documenting Florida government.

The Florida Historic Capitol Museum

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Florida Frontiers

The Future of History

Florida historians and their students are creating innovative digital resources...

The Future of History

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Florida Frontiers

The American Revolution in Florida

St. Augustine was a Loyalist stronghold during the war.

The American Revolution in Florida

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Florida Frontiers

Active Citizenship

Grassroots efforts lead to historic preservation in South Beach, Miami, and Eatonville.

Active Citizenship

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Florida Frontiers

The Legacy of Harry T. Moore

The home of Harry T. and Harriette V. Moore was bombed on Christmas night, 1951.

The Legacy of Harry T. Moore

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Florida Frontiers

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

The Morse Museum has the largest collection of stained glass work by Louis Comfort Tiffany

The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art

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Florida Frontiers

The Florida Folk Festival

The annual Florida Folk Festival celebrates and preserves the stories and more of Florida.

The Florida Folk Festival

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Florida Frontiers

The Luna Settlement Excavation

Archaeologists have discovered the site of Luna's ill-fated 1559 settlement in Pensacola.

The Luna Settlement Excavation