Includes scientific and technical reports, natural history writings, educational and interpretive materials, datasets, maps, photos, and a directory of other Internet sites relating to the greater Everglades.
Includes the University of Florida's most important historical record collections documenting the despoiling of the Everglades and the development of South Florida in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Documentary evidence spans the years 1884 to 1934 and covers topics such as the establishment of the Everglades National Park, Native American land rights, agriculture, urban development, endangered species, invasive plants, and the role of women in the modern conservation movement.
Everglades Natural History was published from 1953-1955 by the Everglades Natural History Association, a non-profit society established under charter in 1951 to further interest in and understanding of the natural and historic and scientific values of the Everglades National Park. It contains articles relating to the natural history of south Florida, written by some of the notable scientists of the time.
Includes interviews with Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Carr, as well as environmentalists, scientists, politicians, district engineers from the Army Corps of Engineers, industrialists, directors of Florida Water Management districts, Florida legislators, and federal government employees.
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