Unconquered

Seminole Tribe of Florida

In the 1800s, a total of three wars were fought by the U.S. military against the Seminoles. These campaigns were the longest, costliest, and bloodiest of all the Indian wars. Although many Seminoles were killed or removed to present-day Oklahoma, they were never defeated, and to this day, they are known as “The Unconquered” Seminole Tribe of Florida.

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All on Paper – A Newsroom Time Machine

Darkroom photography

Florida Atlantic University journalism students go back in time and publish a special edition of the Atlantic Sun student newspaper without using computers. They write stories on manual typewriters and copy edit them in pencil. They shoot with film cameras and develop and print their own photographs. They lay it all out with pica poles…

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