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Interviews in the 'Everglades Oral History Collection' provide insight in the myriad of problems and issues surrounding restoration of the Florida Everglades. The interviewees include environmentalists, scientists, politicians, district engineers from the Army Corps of Engineers, industrialists, directors of Florida Water Management districts, Florida legislators, and federal government employees.
1982, 30 minutes; Mike Gannon interviews environmental activist Art Marshall. Marshall discusses the impact of the channelization of the Kissimmee River on the Everglades as well as other harmful Corps of Engineers projects. He talks about the importance of the Everglades' natural sheet flow and what its destruction has done to the ecology of South Florida. He also talks about conservation efforts and Florida's environmental movement.
Since 1976 the Senate Historical Office has interviewed long-time staff and senators. These interviews cover the breadth of the 20th century and now the 21st century, and include a diverse group of personalities who witnessed events first-hand.
Everglades Digital Library - Florida International University
The recordings in this collection bring to life the stories, the ideals, and the memories of these two remarkable women. The source of this media are broadcast videos held in the Special Collections Department of the FIU Libraries.