Author: James C. Clark
Book: Hidden History of Florida
Florida has a history as diverse as its residents. And much of that is still hidden. Since the arrival of the Spanish in 1513, the state has played host to strange stories. A heartbroken senator entered a mental institution over unrequited love for an heiress. Thousands of British pilots trained in flight schools across the state. And the true, and darker, story of Pocahontas is linked with the “first barbecue.” Join author and historian James C. Clark as he unearths a history hidden beneath swamps and sand for years.
Book signing will follow.
James C. Clark is a lecturer at the University of Central Florida, where he has taught since 1987. He earned his doctorate in Florida history from the University of Florida. He is considered one of Florida’s leading historians and is the author of nine books and the editor of a three-volume anthology of Florida literature. His work has been honored by the Florida Historical Society, the Florida Society of Newspaper Editors and the Florida Magazine Association. He lives in Orlando, Florida.
There is no charge to attend.
Reservations are not required.
Seating is limited to 75
Featuring discussions with Florida authors, lectures are open to the public and will take place in the Dixon Education Building during the restoration of the King Library. A book signing will follow the lecture.
Florida Voices is generously supported by the Fred J. Brotherton Endowment for Literature of the Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation.