SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, Oct. 11
1:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Welcome, opening remarks, introductions
Michael Gannon – editor
author – First European Contacts
Paul E. Hoffman – The Land They Found
Eugene Lyon – Settlement and Survival
3:45 – 5:15 p.m.
Amy Turner Bushnell – Republic of Spaniards,
Republic of Indians
Daniel L. Schafer – Raids, Sieges, and
Jane Landers – Free & Enslaved
Saturday, Oct. 12
8:30 – 10:15 a.m.
Daniel L. Schafer – British Rule in the Floridas
Susan R. Parker – Second Spanish Period
in the Two Floridas
Daniel L. Schafer – U.S. Territory and State
10:30 – Noon
Robert A. Taylor – The Civil War, 1861-1865
Thomas Graham – The First Developers
Gary R. Mormino – World War II
1:30 – 3:00 p.m.
Jack E. Davis – Florida by Nature
Della Scott-Ireton and Amy Cook – The Maritime
Heritage of Florida
Raymond Mohl – Immigration and Ethnicity
in Florida History
3:15 – 5:00 p.m.
David R. Colburn – Florida Politics:
A Premier Battleground
Gary R. Mormino / Raymond A. Mohl – Boom,
Bust and Uncertainty
To view the most up-to-date schedule of panel discussions, visit: http://www.staugustinehistoricalsociety.org/historylive.pdf
The History of Florida, edited by Michael Gannon and heralded as the “definitive history” of Florida, has been updated with 11 revised and 5 completely new chapters. No other book so fully or accurately captures the highs and lows, the grandeur and the craziness, the horrors and the glories of the past 500 years in the Land of Sunshine. Copies of The History of Florida will be available for sale from the St, Augustine Historical Society during this event. It will be widely available on October 29.