By Billy Townsend
Age of Barbarity: The Forgotten struggle for the Soul of Florida is the untold tale of this civil warfare, as lived in the course of the eyes of the folk who fought.
Florida's clash observed the storming of jails, the maiming of Catholic clergy, and the fierce resistance of patriots, black and white.
The conflict for contemporary Florida climaxed in an not going position: the small river urban of Palatka. The Florida Ku Klux Klan reached the height of its energy there in 1926. And it was once there that women and men of bravery and desperation dealt the Klan its most vital defeat.
The multi-racial, multi-faith Florida we all know today—much just like the the US we know—emerged from the crucible of the terribly violent 15-year interval among 1915 and 1930. the boys and ladies of Palatka, Florida—soldiers, legal professionals, employees, and company leaders—did way over their proportion to convey it approximately.
We may still be mindful their names.
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Age of Barbarity: The Forgotten Fight for the Soul of Florida by Billy Townsend