Archived Edition

Vol. XXXVIII, No. 3, Fall 2014

Table of Contents:

  • Page 2, Ready for an adventure?
  • Page 3, Splashing and laughing in the springs—and working together to save them. By Cynthia Barnett.
  • Page 4,  Enter another world, Where waters, once worshipped, are now threatened By Bill Belleville.
  • Page 10, Bowls of liquid light, Map of Florida springs. Excerpt: Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
  • Page 12, Where early people sought sustenance, By Bill Belleville.
  • Page 13, Can Wakulla recapture its luster? By Jon Wilson.
  • Page 14, Remembering a once-magical place. By Johnny Bullard.
  • Page 16, Springs were mecca for tourists—and movie-makers. By Gary R. Mormino.
  • Page 18, Humanities Alive! News and Events of the Florida Humanities Council.
  • Page 20, Flying Underwater. By Margaret Ross Tolbert.
  • Page 23, Painting the fluid. Excerpt: William Bartram.
  • Page 24, Celebrating the legacy of Florida’s Highwaymen. By Jon Wilson.
  • Page 26, What did teachers do on their summer vacation?
  • Page 28, My Favorite Florida Place. Finding the deeper conversation in Old Key West. By Steven P. Locklin
  • Page 32, Poetry and Pie. By Maurice J. O’Sullivan

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