"Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3)

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Title

"Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3)

Subject

African American women in Jacksonville
Experiences of former slaves
Development of Jacksonville

Description

The beginning of an introduction to an early history of Jacksonville to be based, presumably, on the Irene Coates Interview Notes. This is a more complete version than than found in "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (1 of 3) and "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (2 of 3).

The word Copy is written diagonally by hand across the first page.

Creator

Viole Muse

Source

Jacksonville Historical Society, Viola Muse Collection, Folder 18, Item 3

Publisher

The Viola Muse Digital Edition, University of North Florida

Date

1936-1940

Contributor

Melinda Peacock (document scanning)
Mak Kapetanovic (transcription, encoding, and edition)
Laura Heffernan (edition)
Tru Leverette (edition)
Clayton McCarl (edition)

Rights

Made public online with the permission of the Jacksonville Historical Society

Format

Typewritten, four pages, with damage to edges

Language

EN

Type

Historical notes
Biographical notes

Identifier

jhs-195918-18-03

Coverage

19th Century Florida
20th Century Florida

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Files

jhs-195918-18-03-01.tif
jhs-195918-18-03-02.tif
jhs-195918-18-03-03.tif
jhs-195918-18-03-04.tif

Citation

Viole Muse, “"Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3),” The Viola Muse Digital Edition, accessed July 6, 2022, http://violamuse.unfdhi.org/items/show/74.

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