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.
Philip Cubbedge talks about the Matanzas River Clam Farm.
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