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FEATURED Library event
6:00pm to 7:00pm
This exhibition closing webinar will feature guest speaker Gayle Phillips, Executive Director, Lincolnville Museum and Culture Center in St. Augustine, Florida. The exhibition Presence / Erasure: Black History in St. Augustine traces the city’s 450+ years of Black experiences and stories. It examines the critical role Black St. Augustinians played in the development of St. Augustine, Florida, and the United States.
FEATURED online eXHIBIT
The tremendous public health infrastructure necessary before and during Panama Canal construction evolved into an equally monumental and vital system designed to protect the Canal’s functioning and keep the people operating it safe from injury and disease. Individuals living at the Canal had typical healthcare needs, but they also faced unique and significant challenges brought on by their location at the crossroads of global trade.
News and Highlights
On October 3, Emily McElroy will assume the responsibilities as Associate Dean for Research and Health Sciences for the George A. Smathers Libraries…
The Special and Area Studies Collections at the George A. Smathers Libraries announce the Coffey Residency Artist for 2022: Sauda Mitchell. Mitchell…
SOURCE offers the reader an opportunity to view remarkable materials from our collections, learn about our innovative research and collaborations…