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Spring 2018 New Books List 

Florida Memory

In the spring of 1960, eight students participated in a jail-in at the Leon County Jail in Tallahassee. 

The jail-in garnered intense media coverage and its success resonated with the aims of the larger national civil rights movement.

This correspondence from the Patricia Stephens Due Papers documents those historic 49 days in jail.

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Featured Bibliography

Pioneer Florida 

New Archives Collections

Brown, Lewis, Douglas, Ward, Henderson and Anthony Family Papers, 1875-1975

  • Documents several related families in the Tallahassee and Palm Beach areas
  • Records from and about the Lewis State Bank and the Bank of Palm Beach 

Outer Continental Shelf Research Advisory Board Records, 1973-1977

  • Oversaw environmental research projects related to oil and gas exploration and development on submerged land and seabed along the United States' coast
  • Records of Dr. James I. Jones as Florida’s representative on the board

Viva Florida Project Files, 2002-2015

  • Statewide initiative to highlight the 500 years of historic people, places and events in present-day Florida since the arrival of Juan Ponce de Leon
  • Documents projects and events, including Daytona Viva Florida 500, the 70th Anniversary of D-Day Normandy Land of Liberty, the royal visit of King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain, and Victory Florida

New State Document

Featured Database

American Doctoral Dissertations

  • Theses and dissertations accepted by American universities
  • Links to full text access via university repositories
  • Multidisciplinary coverage from 1902 to present
  • State employees can access this on our databases portal.
  • The public can access this at Open Dissertations.

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