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Keywords: "Floridiana Articles" (All words)
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Strawberry Schools

Strawberry Schools

Date
2016-01-15
Collection
Where There's a Will...

Where There's a Will...

Date
2016-02-12
Collection
If You Build It...

If You Build It...

Date
2016-02-17
Collection
An International Attraction

An International Attraction

Date
2016-04-13
Collection
Primary Source Set: Emancipation Day in Florida

Primary Source Set: Emancipation Day in Florida

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Description
This primary source set in the Florida Memory online classroom is designed to teach students about the history of Emancipation in Florida. The set includes a brief history accompanied by primary source documents and photographs digitized from the collections of the State Archives of Florida and State Library of Florida. Guided questions help students analyze and think critically about the records. The primary source set fulfills Next Generation Sunshine State Standards (NGSSS) for 4th grade, 8th grade and high school students.
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Primary Source Set: Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Florida

Primary Source Set: Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Florida

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Description
Primary source set of archival photographs and documents relating to support for and opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Florida.
Collection
Primary Source Set: Prohibition in Florida

Primary Source Set: Prohibition in Florida

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Description
Collection of primary source documents and photographs pertaining to the history of the temperance movement and prohibition of alcohol in Florida.
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Primary Source Set: Roxcy Bolton and Rights for Women

Primary Source Set: Roxcy Bolton and Rights for Women

Date
Description
Primary source set of archival photographs and documents relating to Roxcy Bolton and rights for women.
Collection
Primary Source Set: Voting and Elections in Florida

Primary Source Set: Voting and Elections in Florida

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Description
Primary source set of archival photographs and documents relating to voting and elections in Florida.
Collection
Save the Capitol!

Save the Capitol!

Date
2014-05-27
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
fm_blog_12614Strawberry Schools/fmp/learn/floridiana/thumbnails/12614.jpg
fm_blog_12663Where There's a Will.../fmp/learn/floridiana/thumbnails/12663.jpg
fm_blog_12668If You Build It.../fmp/learn/floridiana/thumbnails/12668.jpg
fm_blog_12714An International Attraction/fmp/learn/floridiana/thumbnails/12714.jpg
pss_emancipation-dayPrimary Source Set: Emancipation Day in Floridadataset/fpc/memory/OnlineClassroom/primarysourcesets/thumbnails/pss_emancipation-day.jpg
pss_eraPrimary Source Set: Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in FloridadatasetEqual rights amendments
Women's rights
/fpc/memory/OnlineClassroom/primarysourcesets/thumbnails/pss_era.jpg
pss_prohibitionPrimary Source Set: Prohibition in FloridadatasetProhibition--Law and legislation
Liquor laws
Temperance
Constitutional amendments
/fpc/memory/OnlineClassroom/primarysourcesets/thumbnails/pss_prohibition.jpg
pss_roxcyMSC3375Primary Source Set: Roxcy Bolton and Rights for WomendatasetBolton, Roxcy O'Neal, 1926-2017
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States
Women's rights -- United States -- History
/fpc/memory/OnlineClassroom/primarysourcesets/thumbnails/pss_roxcyMSC3375.jpg
pss_voting-electionsPrimary Source Set: Voting and Elections in FloridadatasetPolitics, Practical


Voter registration
Election law
Voting
Inaugurations
Political customs and rites
Political campaigns
Political participation
Elections
/fpc/memory/OnlineClassroom/primarysourcesets/thumbnails/pss_voting-elections.jpg
save-the-capitolSave the Capitol!Politcal activism
Historic preservation
Old Capitol (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Florida State Capitol (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Askew, Reubin O\'Donovan, 1928-2014
/fmp/learn/floridiana/thumbnails/9776.jpg
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