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Florida"s Heritage of Diversity, Essays in Honor of Samuel Proctor

Florida"s Heritage of Diversity, Essays in Honor of Samuel Proctor

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Published by Sentry Press .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL8713008M
ISBN 101889574031
ISBN 109781889574035

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[Mark I Greenberg; Samuel Proctor; William Warren Rogers; Canter Brown, Jr.;]. In doing so, they selected topics that reflect Proctor's leadership within the context of Florida history, covering the period from to the present day. Essays discuss subjects related to women and families, religious life and leadership, and the experiences and contributions of African Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanics.

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Florida's Heritage of Diversity; Essays in Honor of Samuel Proctor(1st Edition) by Canter Brown Jr., Mark I. Greenberg, William W. Rogers, Samuel Protor Hardcover, Pages, Published by Sentry Press ISBNISBN: Named in honor of the late Samuel Proctor, longtime University of Florida professor who founded an extensive oral history program and was for many years editor of the Florida Historical Quarterly.

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