|Title||A Black Perspective of Nassau County Past, Present and Future.|
|Object Name||Application, Financial|
|Scope & Content||This is the grant application to The Florida Endowment for the Humanities, 1982, submitted by the Eight Flags Museum of Nassau County in support of a humanistic examination of Nassau County's black community, to be presented through a series of three public programs and an accompanying audio-visual presentation. The application was successful. Specific topics were early settlement of freed blacks in the area during the post civil war period; unique development of American Beach prior to the civil rights movement; how the black population has been and will be affected by the activities of their ancestors.|
|Caption||8 Flags Grant Application 1982|
|Number of images||50|
Hightower, J. Howard (PhD)
Albert, Charles (mayor)
Gildenston, James R.
Duncan Lamont Clinch Historical Society.
New Heritage Society
Peck High School