From The Alcade: Landscape Architect’s Research Helps Save Historic Black Towns

June 20, 2012

From The Alcade:

In 1989, Everett Fly, BAr ’75, a landscape architect from San Antonio, flew to central Florida and drove to the Orange County clerk’s office. There, he requested a map showing Eatonville, one of the oldest black towns in the United States.

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