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Florida Footprints: A Patchwork Panhandle (1918-1945)

  • Aired: 07/31/2013
  • 28:44
  • Rating: NR
In “A Patchwork Panhandle,” WFSU-TV stitches together a variety of stories that happened within our viewing area during the 1920s, ‘30s and ‘40s. From Prohibition and moonshine to New Deal work projects, we explore the economic and social changes coming to the area. Plus, we also explore the rise of World War II training sites at the airfields and on the shores of the Big Bend.
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Florida Footprints: A Patchwork Panhandle (1918-1945)
Florida Footprints: A Patchwork Panhandle (1918-1945)
Ep.5- North Central Florida History 1918-1945. Prohibition, New Deal, Jim Crow, WWII.
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