Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Voice of the River Marjory Stoneman Douglas ... should be addressed to: Pineapple Press, Inc. P.O. Box 3889 Sarasota, Florida 34230 www.pineapplepress.com Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Douglas, Marjory Stoneman.

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Author: Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781561647798

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 268

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Born in Minnesota in 1890 and raised and educated in Massachusetts, Marjory Stoneman Douglas came to Florida in 1915 to work for her father, who had just started a newspaper called the Herald in a small town called Miami. In this "frontier" town, she recovered from a misjudged marriage, learned to write journalism and fiction and drama, took on the fight for feminism and racial justice and conservation long before those causes became popular, and embarked on a long and uncommonly successful voyage into self-understanding. Way before women did this sort of thing, she recognized her own need for solitude and independence, and built her own little house away from town in an area called Coconut Grove. She still lives there, as she has for over 40 years, with her books and cats and causes, emerging frequently to speak, still a powerful force in ecopolitics. Marjory Stoneman Douglas begins this story of her life by admitting that "the hardest thing is to tell the truth about oneself" and ends it stating her belief that "life should be lived so vividly and so intensely that thoughts of another life, or a longer life, are not necessary." The voice that emerges in between is a voice from the past and a voice from the future, a voice of conviction and common sense with a sense of humor, a voice so many audiences have heard over the years—tough words in a genteel accent emerging from a tiny woman in a floppy hat—which has truly become the voice of the river.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the Florida Everglades

Marjory Stoneman Douglas had spent a lifetime caring for people, so it was natural for her to speak out so passionately about saving the Everglades. She was an activist before the word was popular, about civil rights, women's rights, ...

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Author: Sandra Wallus Sammons

Publisher: Pineapple Press Inc

ISBN: 9781561644704

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 61

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Biography of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, dubbed "the grandmother of the Everglades," a woman who devoted her life to teaching the importance of preserving the unique habitat of southern Florida.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness and Ernest F Coe Visitor Center Everglades National Park

( c ) MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS WILDERNESS.( ( 1 ) REDESIGNATION . — Section 401 ( 3 ) of the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978 ( Public Law 95–625 ; 92 Stat . 3490 ; 16 U.S.C. 1132 note ) is amended by striking out “ to be known ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Resources

Publisher:

ISBN: PURD:32754067064042

Category: Everglades National Park (Fla.)

Page: 6

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Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness and Ernest F Coe Visitor Center Designation Act

Section 3 ( a ) amends section 401 ( 3 ) of Public Law 95–625 to rename the Everglades Wilderness to the new designation , Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness . Section ( 6 ) directs the Secretary of the Interior to provide notice of ...

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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

Publisher:

ISBN: PURD:32754067087639

Category: Everglades National Park (Fla.)

Page: 9

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The Oklahoma Memorial Clair Engle Lake and Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness

In 1947 , Marjorie Stoneman Douglas published her landmark book , " The Everglades : River of Grass , ” which greatly increased interest in and concern for the Everglades . Ms. Douglas , who celebrated her 107th birthday on April 6 ...

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Author: U. S. Staff

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000032197815

Category: Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center (Fla.)

Page: 15

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Activist

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Author: Lauren Hogg

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781947378230

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

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Lauren Hogg, one of the survivors of the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school in Parkland, Florida, dramatically tells her story in graphic novel form. The tragedy of yet another mass shooting has galvanized the young people of the country, and helped launch a movement that continues to gain momentum. Lauren Hogg lost her two best friends that horrible day, but despite her loss she, along with other Parkland students, found her voice and created meaning from the horrors of that day. On February 14, 2018, Valentine’s Day, Lauren Elizabeth Hogg lost her two best friends in the now notorious school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. In all, seventeen people were gunned down by the shooter, a student at the school. Survivors of that tragic day vowed to rise up and fight for their right—and the right of kids everywhere—to safety in their schools. Lauren and her brother David were brought up together in a tight-knit family, where lessons about compassion, responsibility, and civic duty were always a part of their lives. Their mother, Rebecca Boldrick Hogg, has long pursued a life of activism, working to help the less fortunate in her community. Their father, Kevin Hogg, a retired FBI agent, dedicated his life to keeping citizens safe and secure. But neither parent could do much to answer Lauren’s tearful questions after that horrific day: “Why not me? Why am I still here?” All they could do was urge her to put her lessons to work. She has done that here, by telling her own story in this powerful graphic novel about that fateful day—and beyond. Through her grief, Lauren found her calling, joining in the protests of #NeverAgain and the “March for Our Lives.” She and her brother, and so many other Parkland students refuse to allow the memory of their fallen classmates to be forgotten. Empowered with a unique voice, Lauren Elizabeth Hogg is truly an activist for our times.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Subject Reference Guide Sawyer , Kem Knapp Marjory Stoneman Douglas : Guardian of the Everglades Illustrated by Leslie Carow With a message from Marjory Stoneman Douglas Includes Index and Map - 1. Douglas , Marjory Stoneman – Juvenile ...

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Author: Kem Knapp Sawyer

Publisher: History Compass

ISBN: 187866820X

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 72

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Presents the life and career of the environmentalist who has crusaded to preserve the Florida Everglades.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Friend of the Everglades

Map by Frank Senyk Library of Congress Cataloging - in - Publication Data Andryszewski , Tricia , 1956– Marjory Stoneman Douglas , friend of the Everglades / by Tricia Andryszewski . p . cm . — ( A Gateway green biography ) Includes ...

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Author: Tricia Andryszewski

Publisher:

ISBN: 1562943847

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Tells the story of the life and work of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, an environmentalist who worked to preserve the Florida Everglades for more than sixty years

Time Traveler s Guide to Florida

Marjory. Stoneman. Douglas. (1947–1998). Everglades. City,. Collier. County. Historical Background the world, whose lifeblood ... Marjory Stoneman Douglas books is The Everglades: River of saw a place of beauty like no other in Grass.

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Author: Jack Powell

Publisher: Pineapple Press Inc

ISBN: 9781561644544

Category: History

Page: 269

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For those who believe that the best way to understand someone is to walk a mile in his or her shoes, Florida's rich history features those whose footwear ranged from Native American moccasins to astronauts' boots. And there are plenty of opportunities to actually walk in those shoes. You can join in all sorts of historical reenactments—in full costume if you like. You have the unique opportunity to relive a part of Florida's long and fascinating past. You can also travel forward into the future. The Florida peninsula has been like a springboard from which human beings can rocket into space or dive beneath the surfaces of its nearly surrounding waters. This unique guidebook offers you time travel. The day has arrived for this new kind of travelogue, which reveals not only places to visit but also time periods to experience. This is a book for today's explorers of place and space, past and future. This is The Time Traveler's Guide to Florida. A sample of the times you can visit: 12,000 B.C.: Stone Age and Primitive Arts Festival Ochlockonee 1565: The Menendez Landing Event St. Augustine 1586: Drake's Raid St. Augustine 1650–1725: The Pirates of Fort Taylor Key West 1690s: Military Muster at Castillo San Luis Tallahassee Late 1700s: The Living Village of Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Big Cypress Seminole Reservation 1835: The Dade Battle Bushnell 1864: The Battle of Olustee Baker County 1870: A Cane Boil at Morningside Farm Gainesville 1898: A Spanish-American War Event Fernandina Beach 1945: VE Day in Florida The Villages 2025: The Zero-G Flights Cape Kennedy est. 2050: Jules Undersea Lodge Key Largo

Congressional Record

Whereas Marjory Stoneman Douglas served troduced by our colleague from Flor- The support this resolution enjoys indicates in the Red Cross in Europe during World War ida , I ; Representative ILEANA ROSthe respect our delegation has for ...

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Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105216466941

Category: Law

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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)