Volume XXII December 1973 No. 8 pamphlet published monthly by the League of Women Voters of Florida. Members listed include Mary Anne Sherman, Polly Doughty, Grace Hodgson, Sherry Newman, Susan Predaho, and Elise Webb.
Full title reads: "A Confederate Solider Hanged as a Spy at Barrancas, Florida, During the Civil War Had Narrow Escape. Was Saved by a Yankee Sergeant Who Throught They Had Wrong Man. Rev. J. T. Mann, of Fitzgerald, Ga., who is not in Pensacola, Reslates Story of his experience."
According to this pamplet, if you agree with the eight statements presented, then "you should immediately join Your Local Citizens' Council." An explanation of the Association of Citizens' Councils of Florida follows.
This pamphlet includes brief resumes of FEA legislative representatives and a list of priority items to address during upcoming lawmaking session: Increased educations spending, professional negotiations statute, amend teacher continuing contract law, eliminate millage elections and increase minimum...
Pamphlet promoting Dead Lakes as a tourist attraction. Tourists could ride a steamer along the Chattahoochee River and stop at various towns along the way. The final destination was a two-week stay at the Lake View Hotel in Iola, Florida.
This pamphlet is describing the need for civic biology and nature study courses in Florida's communities so that epidemics throughout the state can be prevented in the future. The pamphlet is calling for interested elementary school teachers, parents, and members of the local board of health, to nam...
A pamphlet about the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) describing different CORE tactics for non-violent direct action, the principles of CORE, the structure of National CORE, what National CORE does, the structure of local CORE chapters, how someone can join CORE and how CORE is financed.
A pamphlet about the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and their principle of non-violent direct action that includes guarantees of the individual to the group and guarantees from the local group to the individual.
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