From the Archives: Florida’s Historic American Beach

By Florida Verve In response to the realities of Florida’s de jure segregation and fueled by their determination to rise above the Jim Crow Era Laws, Abraham Lincoln Lewis and his business associates purchased 30-plus acres of beach frontage on…

Book Review: Osceola’s Legacy

 “Osceola’s Legacy” By Patricia Wickman Reviewed By Austin Croup ©1991 The University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa, 288 pages Suppose you were to ask somebody on the street today to name the first famous Native American. In Florida, more likely than…