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Matanzas Voices

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    Principal Investigator:
    Anna Hamilton
  • Matanzas Voices is a multimedia oral history initiative documenting life and work on northeast Florida’s Matanzas River, whose estuary stretches approximately twenty-three miles southward from the St. Augustine Inlet to seven miles south of the Matanzas Inlet in Flagler County. For more information, visit: matanzasvoices.com.

Interviewee Collection Sort descending Description Interviewer Date of Interview Location of Interview Affiliation
Philip Cubbedge Matanzas Voices

Philip Cubbedge talks about the Matanzas River Clam Farm.

Anna Hamilton St. Augustine, FL Matanzas Voices
Marian Kimrey Matanzas Voices

Marian Kimrey is a retired teacher and Summer Haven resident, who worked in her family-owned Matanzas Inlet Restaurant.

Anna Hamilton St. Augustine, FL Matanzas Voices
Hugh Mercer Matanzas Voices

Hugh Mercer talks about Holmer fish farm in St. Augustine, Florida.

Anna Hamilton St. Augustine, FL Matanzas Voices
Frankie Pacetti Matanzas Voices

Frankie Pacetti talks about commercial shellfishing in St. Augustine, Florida.

Anna Hamilton St. Augustine, FL Matanzas Voices
Gordon Wilson Matanzas Voices

Gordon "Gordie" Wilson is the superintendent of Castillo de San Marcos and Fort Matanzas national monuments in St. Augustine, Florida.

Anna Hamilton St. Augustine, FL Matanzas Voices