Curriculum Vitae Andrew Frank November 28, 2011 General Information



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Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Frank, A, K. (2008). "The Origins of the Black Seminoles". People of One Fire, 3, na.

Nonrefereed Book Chapters
Frank, A. K. (2009). Moving and Removing, Adapting and Adopting to the New Nation: Native Americans Respond to America Expansion. In Frank, A. K. (Ed.), Early Republic: People and Perspectives (pp. 135-154). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2009). Introduction. In Frank, A. K. (Ed.), Early Republic: People and Perspectives (pp. xi-xxii). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2009). The Longhouse Divided: Native Americans during the American Civil War. In Frank, L. T. (Ed.), The American Civil War: People and Perspectives (pp. 113-132). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2008). "The Times have turned everything topside down": Native Americans and the American Revolution. In Frank, A. K. (Ed.), American Revolution: People and Perspectives (pp. 65-82). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2008). Introduction. In Frank, A. K. (Ed.), American Revolution: People and Perspectives (pp. xi-xxiii). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2004). The State of Florida. In Shearer, B. (Ed.), The Uniting States: The Story of Statehood for the Fifty United States (pp. 245-270). Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.
Frank, A. K. (2003). Did The American Revolution Advance the Circumstances of African Americans: No. In Krawczynski, K. (Ed.), History in Dispute: The American Revolution (pp. 4-8). Farmington Hills, Mich.: St. James Press.
Frank, A. K. (2000). First Encounters, c. 40,000 B.C.E. - 1492 C.E. In Findling, J., & Thackeray, F. (Eds.), Events That Changed America Through the Seventeenth Century (pp. 1-16). Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

Nonrefereed Encyclopedia Entries
Frank, A. K. (2002). Colonial Wars. In The United States at War: Understanding Conflict and Societ (p. online). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.
Frank, A. K. (2002). Indian Wars. In The United States at War: Understanding Conflict and Society (p. online). Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Frank, A. K. (accepted). Modern by Tradition: Innovations within Seminole Material Culture. Paper to be presented at Florida at the Crossroads, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2002, November). Roundtable discussant on the post-doc experience, Phi Alpha Theta Luncheon. Paper presented at Southern Historical Association, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1998, February). "Refuge in the Woods": Voluntary White Indians Among the Creeks. Paper presented at Biennial Meeting, Historic Natchez Conference, Natchez, MS. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Frank, A. K. (presented 2011, October). Chair, Panel on Spanish Frontier. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Historical Association, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2011, March). Roundtable Participant, Revolutionary Teaching in the Revolutionary Era. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, Tallahassee, FL. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2010, October). Beyond Runaways and Exiles: Seminole Coalescence on the Florida Interior. Paper presented at Annual Conference, American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2010, May). Those Who Camp at a Distance': Seminole Ethnogenesis on the Florida Borderlands. Paper presented at The Borderlands, Conference of the Society of Early Americanists, St. Augustine, Florida. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2010, February). "Those Who Camp at a Distance": Native American Expansion into the Florida Interior. Paper presented at Biannual Conference, Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction, Duke University, Durham, NC. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2009, July). Chair and Commentator, Panel on Native Americans and Religion. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Society of Historians of the Early Republic, Philadelphia, PA. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2009, May). Chair, Crossing Boundaries, Creating Communities: Creek and Seminole Indians in the Florida Borderlands. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Historical Society, Pensacola, FL. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2008, July). Red, Black, and Seminole: Personal Identity and Community Convergence in Florida, 1780-1830. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Society of Historians of the Early American Republic. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2007, November). In the Face of Conquest: Seminole Culture and the Preservation of Political Sovereignty in the Long War. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Historical Association. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2007, November). Commentator: Challenges to Southeastern Indian Identity into the Nineteenth Century. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Society for Ethnohistory, Tulsa, OK. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2007, May). Adjustments for Autonomy: Seminole Culture and Political Sovereignty in Era of the Seminole Wars. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Historical Society, Clearwater, Florida. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2007, January). Chair, Panel on History of South Florida Jews. Paper presented at The Jews of Florida: A Rich History, an Evolving Identity, Gimelstob Symposium in Judaic Studies, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2006, October). Chair and Commentator, Panel on Political Borderlands. Paper presented at Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives on North American Borderlands, Filson Historical Society, Louisville, KY. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2006, May). Chair and Commentator, Diversity in Florida's History. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Historical Society, Naples, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2006, April). Intermarriage and the Emergence of a Creek Identity in the Pre-Removal Southeast. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Organization of American Historians, Washington, DC. (National)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2006, March). The Trauma of Southeastern Indian History. Paper presented at Conference on Post-Trauma: Violence, Trauma and Moral Repair, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2006, February). Race Against Clan: Intermarriage and Identity in Eighteenth-Century Creek Society. Paper presented at Allen Morris Conference on the History of Florida and the Atlantic World, Florida State University. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2005, October). What then is an Indian: The Problem on Identity in the early American Southeast. Paper presented at Honoring a Master: Conference in Honor of Bertram Wyatt-Brown, History Department, Gainesville, FL. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2004, November). On the Edge of Everywhere: Creeks and Seminoles at a Transnational Moment. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Historical Association, Memphis, Tennessee. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2004, April). Rethinking the Borderlands: Creeks and Seminoles at a Transnational Moment. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Historical Society. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2003, April). Creeks, Seminoles and the Imprecision of Cultural Identities. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Historical Society. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2003, February). Englishmen in Disguise: Southeastern Indians and the Imposition of Racial Identities. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Conference of Historians. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2003, February). Commentator, Panel on Memory and Early America. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Florida Conference of Historians, Jacksonville, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2002, April). Race Against Clan: Defining 'Indian' in Creek Society, 1700-1830.". Paper presented at Early American Research Focus Group, Univeristy of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2002, February). From Ethnic Diversity to Racial Solidarity: The Transformation of Creek Indian Identity, 1700-1830. Paper presented at Biannual Meeting, Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction, Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, California. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2002, January). "And It Has Been So Ever Since": Creeks, Intermarriage, and the Emergence of a Racial Frontier in the Early Southeast. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Historical Association. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2001, October). What Then Makes an Indian?: The Problem of Identity in the Early American Southeast. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Society for Ethnohistory Conference, Tucson, Arizona. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2000, October). The Lost World of Creek-Americans: The Racialization of Indian Society. Paper presented at Early Americanists of Southern California Seminar, Henry E. Huntington Library, San Marino, CA. (State)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2000, August). Race and the Limits of Diversity in Creek Indian Society, 1700-1830. Paper presented at Divisions within Unity: Culture, Conflict and Belonging, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, England. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2000, August). Chair and Commentator, Panel on Gender and Diversity. Paper presented at Divisions within Unity: Culture, Conflict and Belonging, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University, Oxford, England. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 2000, January). Creeks and Southerners: Bicultural Brokers in the Eighteenth Century. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Historical Association, Chicago. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1999, November). "Trading Girls" and "Winchester Weddings": Gender and Sex on the Eighteenth-Century Middle Ground. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southern Historical Association, Fort Worth, Texas. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1998, November). As Solid as the Wind: Questioning Clan Hierarchy Among the Creek. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Society for Ethnohistory, Minneapolis, Minnesota. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1997, November). Planter Politician Among the Creek Indians: William McIntosh and Middle-Ground Diplomacy. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Society for Ethnohistory, Mexico City. (International)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1995, March). The White Indians of the Creek Confederacy. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Graduate Student Council Conference, Gainesville, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1994, March). The First Southern Dangerous Class. Paper presented at Annual Conference, Graduate Student Council, University of Florida. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1994, March). The Social Memory of Vagrancy: A Reassessment of Political Unrest in Seventeenth-Century Virginia. Paper presented at Telling About the South, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1994, February). The "Giddy Headed Multitude": Tax Resisters, Landed Vagrants, and the Bane of Society. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Phi Alpha Theta, Gainsville, Fl. (State)

Nonrefereed Papers at Symposia
Frank, A. K. (presented 2011, October). Another Black Drink: Ritual and Caffeine among Southeastern Indians. In ¡Coffee! Caffeine: The Culture, The Consumption, the Sociability. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Florida State Library, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (presented 1998, November). Tustunugee Hutkee and the Bicultural Origins of Authority Among the Creek Indians. In Anthropology Colloquium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of Massachusetts. (Local)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Frank, A. K. (presented 2007, January). Bush's Bubba Base: Confederate Flags and Compassion for the Southern Conservative Voter. Presentation at The Bush Administration: A Look Back and Forward, Lifetime Learning Society/Peace Studies Symposium, Florida Atlantic History, Jupiter, FL. (Local)

Invited Workshops
Frank, A. K. (2011, July). Tribal Traditions in the Modern World: The Seminole Tribe, Their Voices, and Their Stories. Workshop delivered at Florida Humanities Council, Clewiston, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2010, July). Tribal Traditions in the Modern World: The Seminole Tribe, Their Voices, and Their Stories. Workshop delivered at Florida Humanities Council, Clewiston, FL. (State)

Refereed Workshops
Frank, A. K. (2011, November). Seminole History and Culture. Workshop delivered at Palm Beach Teaching American History, Palm Beach, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2011, August). Seminole Culture and Traditions. Workshop delivered at Teaching American History, Palm Beach County, Palm Beach, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, September). Making Choices at Contact: The Powhatan Indians and the Early Seventeenth Century. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, September). The "Indian Problem": Andrew Jackson's Adopted Indian and the Trail of Tears. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2009, September). The "Indian Problem": Andrew Jackson's Adopted Indian and the Trail of Tears. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2009, September). Making Choices at Contact: The Powhatan Indians and the Early Seventeenth Century. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2008, September). The "Indian Problem": Andrew Jackson's Adopted Indian and the Trail of Tears. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2008, September). Making Choices at Contact: The Powhatan Indians and the Early Seventeenth Century. Workshop delivered at Orange County Teaching American History, Orlando, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2007, January). Internal Divisions in United States History. Workshop delivered at Broward School District Teaching American History Grant, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006, November). Making Choices in Early America. Workshop delivered at Broward School District Teaching American History Grant, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. (Local)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Frank, A. K. (2011, November). Seminole Indians and the artwork of Eugene Savage. Delivered at Cummer Museum, Jacksonville, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2011, September). Seminoles and the Early History of Florida. Delivered at Econfina Creek: Preseriving Water Resource History, Econfina Creek. Florida. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2011, September). Modern by Tradition: The History of the Seminoles in Florida. Delivered at Melbourne Public Library, Melbourne, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2011, July). The "Indian Problem": Race Culture and Removal in the American Southeast. Delivered at Trail of Tears Teachers Workshop, National Park Service and Russell Cave National Monument, Chattanooga State College, Tennessee. (Regional)
Frank, A. K. (2011, March). Writing about Seminoles and Native People. Delivered at Tallahassee Book Festival and Writers Conference, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2011, January). The Making of Osceola: Understanding the Seminole War and the Abolitionists. Delivered at Palm Bay Historic Association, Palm Bay, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, November). From Swamps to Slots: Examining the Transformation of the Seminole Tribe. Delivered at University of South Florida Library, Tampa, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, November). It's All of Our History: American Indian Culture Honored Today. Delivered at Roundtable on American Indian History Month, FSU Center for Multicultural Studies, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, October). Apalachicola: The Forgotten History of the Forgotten Coast. Delivered at The Gathering, Florida Humanities Council, Apalachicola, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2010, August). Illuminating Florida History. Delivered at Florida State University Special Collections, St. Augustine, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, May). Dressed with an Accent: Understanding Culture and Change in Florida. Delivered at Florida State University Special Collections, Panama City Beach, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, March). When Apalachicola was a Household Name. Delivered at Riverway South Summit, Appalachicola, Florida. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, March). Red, Black and Seminole: Community Convergence in Early Florida. Delivered at University of North Florida Honor's College, Jacksonville, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2010, January). Those Who Camp at a Distance: Seminoles and William Augustus Bowles on the Florida Borderlands. Delivered at Wakulla County Historical Society, St. Marks, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2009, October). Putting Ponce in his Place. Delivered at Florida-Spain Initiative, Florida Humanities Council, St. Petersburg, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2009, May). Apalachicola: The Forgotten History of the Forgotten Coast. Delivered at The Gathering, Florida Humanities Council, Apalachicola, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2009, April). Red Sticks, Creek Warriors, and African Slaves during Jackson's Seminole War. Delivered at Conversations: A Florida Studies Lecture Series, Hosted by the Florida Studies Center and the Tampa Bay History Center, Tampa, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2009, March). Red, Black and Seminole. Delivered at My Florida History Series, Myakka River State Park, Myakka, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2009, January). Before there was Venice: The Settling and Settlements of Southwest Florida. Delivered at Venice Historical Society, Venice, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2008, October). From Swamps to Slots: The Seminoles of Modern Florida. Delivered at Parent's Weekend, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2008, October). Apalachicola: The Forgotten History of the Forgotten Coast. Delivered at The Gathering, Florida Humanities Council, Apalachicola, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2008, September). Red Sticks, Creek Warriors, & the First Seminole War. Delivered at Historical Happenings Series, Mission San Luis, Tallahassee FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2008, March). Not Merely Runaways or Cimarróns: The Negro Fort and Origins of the Seminoles. Delivered at Panhandle Archaeological Society of Tallahassee, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2007, November). When Cattle Was King: Ranching at the Turn of the Century. Delivered at Glades County Public Library,"The Forgotten Founders: Revisiting Lost Communities in Florida History, Moore Haven, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2007, November). Before the Exodus: The Hispanic Presence in Florida Before Castro. Delivered at Glades County Public Library,"The Forgotten Founders: Revisiting Lost Communities in Florida History, Moore Haven, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2007, October). Seminole Renaissance: An Introduction to Community Survival and Cultural Persistence. Delivered at Museum of Florida HIstory, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2007, October). Red, Black, and Seminole: Race and Community in Early Florida. Delivered at Glades County Public Library,"The Forgotten Founders: Revisiting Lost Communities in Florida History, Moore Haven, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2007, October). From Swamps to Slots: The Seminoles of Modern Florida. Delivered at Parent's Weekend, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (State)
Frank, A. K. (2007). Lecture Series: The Creators of South Florida. Delivered at Lifetime Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006, December). Voting Matters: The 2000 Election in Historical Perspective. Delivered at Lifetime Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University, Davie, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006, July). Mary Musgrove. Delivered at Georgia Humanities Council, St. Simon Island, GA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006). Lecture Series: The Events that Made America: Part 2. Delivered at Lifetime Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006). Lecture Series: The Makers and Breakers of Human Rights. Delivered at Lifetime Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2006). Lecture Series: The Events that Made America: Part 1. Delivered at Lifetime Learning Society, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2005, October). The South Florida Frontier and the American West. Delivered at Museum of South Florida History, Miami, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2004, November). The Myth of the Ground Game. Delivered at Election 2004 Roundtable, Phi Alpha Theta, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2002, July). Colonial and Revolutionary America: The Perspective from California. Delivered at Institute on Land, Riches, and Power: The Economics of Colonization and Settlement, Dominguez Hills, CA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2002, July). Teaching Early America in California: Teaching California as Early America. Delivered at Institute on Immigration, Migration, and the American Experience from our Own Backyard and Beyond, California State University, Fullerton, Fullerton, CA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2002, July). Globalization and The Columbian Exchange. Delivered at Global Trade Institute, California State University, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (2000, October). The English After 1492: Reflections on American Historiography and the Concept of Catastrophe. Delivered at CSULA Native American Student Union, Los Angeles, CA. (Local)
Frank, A. K. (1999, July). Living in Two Worlds: Red, White and Black on the Georgia Frontier. Delivered at Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, GA. (State)
Frank, A. K. (1998, March). 'An Asylum of Liberty': The Creeks as a Revolutionary Refuge. Delivered at National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Florida, Jacksonville, FL. (Local)

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Frank, A. K. (2011). Interview. Andrew Jackson and the War of 1812 in Florida (podcast). The Hermitage.
Frank, A. K. (2011). Interview. "Micanopy." A documentary produced for "Florida Crossroads," PBS (Video forthcoming). PBS.
Frank, A. K. (2008). Interview, "The Conquistadors in Florida" (Audio). National Public Radio.
Frank, A. K. (2008). Interview. Apalachicola History. Podcast and NPR radio segment. (Podcast and NPR Audio). Florida Humanities Council.
Frank, A. K. (1999). Interview. "In Red, Black and White." (Video available). Georgia Historical Society.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Alternate, Faculty Senate (2008–2009).
Speaker, University New Student Convocation (2007).
Member and Participant, Presidential Retreat Committee (2007–2008).
Member, Anti-Hazing Committee (2007–2008).

FSU College Service
Lecture: "Modern By Tradition: The History of the Seminoles", College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Leadership Council (2011).

FSU Department Service
Chair, Computer Committee (2011–present).
Member, Ad Hoc Walbolt Dissertation Award Committee (2009–present).
Member, Executive Committee (2009–2011).
Member, Curriculum Committee (2009–2011).
Member, Committe Committee (2009–2010).
Member, Search Committee (3 year lectureship) (2009–2010).
Chair, Awards Committee (2008–2009).
Member, Salary Committee (2008–2009).
Member, Search Committee (Mexico) (2008–2009).
Member, Executive Committee (2007–2008).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Florida Historical Quarterly (2005–present).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
University of Alabama Press (2010–present).
American Indian Culture and Research Journal (2009–present).
Journal of Southern History (2008–present).
Journal of the Early Republic (2008–present).
Prentice-Hall, Library of America Series (2007–present).
Ethnohistory (2007–present).
University of Georgia Press (2005–present).
Journal of American History (2005–present).
University Press of Florida (2004–present).
University of Arizona Press (2002).
Georgia Historical Quarterly (2000–present).
Florida Historical Quarterly (2000–present).
Person Publishing (2000–present).
McGraw-Hill Publishers (2000–present).
Houghton Mifflin Publishing Company (1999–present).
Blackwell Publishing (1999–present).
Bedford Books (1999–present).
Discovery Books (1997–2003).
Raintree/Steck-Vaughan Publishers (1995–2005).

Service to Professional Associations
Jurist, Non Fiction Award Jurist, Florida Book Awards (2010–present).
Membership Committee, Southern Historical Association (2008–2009).
Advisory Council Member, Florida Studies Center (2006–present).
Advisory Board Member, H-Florida (2006–present).
Membership Committee Member, Southern Historical Association (2002–2003).

Consultation
Person Publishers. Historical Consulting, Florida History 4th Grade Textbook and Workbook (2010–present).
Cummer Museum. Historical Consultant on Seminole Indians for Eugene Savage Exhibit (2009–2011).
Florida-Spain Initiative / Viva Florida. Historical Consultant on Seminole Indians (2009–present).
Wakula County Historical Society. Consultant on exhibit "William Augustus Bowles: A Man of the Borderlands" (2008–2010).
Apalachicola Bay Chamber of Commerc. Historical Consultant for Podcast (2008).
Museum of Florida History. Historical Consultant on Early Florida and Native Americans (2007–present).
Florida Humanities Council, Teaching Seminole and Miccosukee History. (2006–2007).
California Social-Science/History Program, California State University, Los Angeles. Historical Consultant (2001–2003).
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