This is the Winter Issue of the Florida Historical Quarterly. We interviewed Daniel Feller who is Professor of History and Editor/Director of The Papers of Andrew Jackson. He gave the 2009 Catherine Prescott Lecture for the Florida Historical Society which became the article that appears on this issue. We interviewed him about the article. You can get the podcast by clicking here.
The Table of Contents for this issue appears below:
2009 Catherine Prescott Lecture "The Seminole Controversy Revisited: A New Look At Andrew Jackson's 1818 Florida Campaign." by Daniel Feller
"Wetlands and Wildlife: Martin Johnson Heade in Florida." by Charlottee M. Porter
"Looks Like Acquittal": Sex, Murder, and the Tampa Morning Tribune, 1895." by J. Thomas Perry
"The Jacksonville Mutiny of 1865." by John F. Fannin