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William Bartram

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  • Most influential Florida books

    Tod Caviness here, counting the minutes until a short vacation to Boston for the National Poetry Slam. I'll bring you all back a little something from Boston Market. Received a letter a couple weeks back from Rollins College professor Maurice O'Sullivan that g
  • Leafing Through the Pages at the Morton Arboretum

    Leafing Through the Pages at the Morton Arboretum
    Our book club reads a wide range of titles, frequently about nature. We meet in the Sterling Morton Library, which contains 28,000 books, 12,000 artworks and several hundred nursery catalogs. "Walden" by Henry David Thoreau brought on one of our best...

    Mindo, Ecuador's cloud-forested wonderland

    Mindo, Ecuador's cloud-forested wonderland
    I've often fantasized about retracing the steps of such naturalists as Charles Darwin, Alexander von Humboldt and William Bartram, who saw exotic places and recorded, in detail, the plants and animals they described so vividly on their expeditions. -----...

    St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando

    St. Johns River eco-tour starts closer to Orlando
    Since 2003, the nonprofit St. Johns Riverkeeper organization has hosted roughly two dozen multi-day excursions along the unspoiled river between Jacksonville and Palatka. That has always required a formidable commute for Orlando-area residents, but that'...

    Maitland Art Center: Meet the enigmatic, authentic Seminoles

    Seminole: The word is everywhere in Florida, from college jerseys to gambling casinos. But the people and their history remain an enigma for most of us. At his death in 1838, Seminole leader Osceola was the best-known American "Indian" in the world,...