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April 7, 1890 - May 14, 1998

 MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Originally Published in The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature Volume 8, 1997, 55-73.

By Rosalie E. Leposky
Ampersand Communications
Miami, Florida


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Books

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman and Ralph Stoutamire. The Parks and Play grounds of Florida. Department of Agriculture Bulletin No. 62, New Series, December 1932. 29 pages. Revised edition published in August 1935, 31 pages. Revised edition published in May, 1938, 46 pages.  Reprinted in January 1942, 45 pages. (Two electronic formats of  1932 and 1938 editions are on line in as part of the Text Collection, State University of Florida PALMM Project --  the 1932 http://purl.fcla.edu/fcla/dl/UF00003083.jpg  PDF version http://purl.fcla.edu/fcla/dl/UF00003083.pdf     and  the 1938 http://purl.fcla.edu/fcla/dl/UF00003082.jpg  PDF version http://purl.fcla.edu/fcla/dl/UF00003082.pdf )  Please Note: Size difference -- copy of 32 edition on line is 20 pages.

___The Everglades River of Grass New York: Rinehart, 1947. Rinehart published seven editions of The Everglades River of Grass - two in 1947, one in 1948, 1954, 1956, 1959 and 1962. In 1965 Douglas created her own publishing house, Hurricane House (Miami), to reprint The Everglades River of Grass. Banyan Books (Miami) published a revised edition in 1978. Since 1988 Pineapple Press, Inc. (Sarasota, FL) published the hard back edition of The Everglades River of Grass and since 1974 Mockingbird Books (Atlanta) has published a paperback edition.

___ Road to the Sun. New York: Rinehart, 1952

___Freedom River Florida 1845. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1953. Reprinted Miami, FL: Valiant Press, 1994.

___ Hurricane. New York: Rinehart, 1958. Paperback edition Atlanta GA: Mockingbird, 1976.

___Alligator crossing. New York: John Day, 1959. New edition Minneapolis, MN: Milkweed Editions, 2003

___ The Key to Paris. Keys to the Cities Series. New York: Lippincott, 1961.

___ Florida the Long Frontier. New York: Harper & Row, 1967.

___ The Joys of Bird Watching in Florida. Miami. FL: Hurricane House, 1969.

___ Adventures in a Green World - the Story of David Fairchild and Barbour Lathrop. Coconut Grove, FL: Field Research Projects. 1973.

___Voice of the River. Ed. John Rothchild. Englewood, FL: Pineapple Press, Inc. 1987. Paperback edition 1990.

___ Nine Florida Stories by Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Ed. Kevin M. McCarthy. Jacksonville, FL: University North Florida, 1990. Nine The Saturday Evening Post short stories: "Pineland'', "A Bird Dog in the Hand," "He Man." "Twenty Minutes Late for Dinner," "Plumes," "By Violence." "Bees in the Mango Bloom," "September-Remember." and "The Road to the Horizon." University Press of Florida (1-800-226-3822)

___A River in Flood and Other Florida Stories by Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Ed. Kevin M. McCarthy. Gainesville, FL. University Press of Florida , 1998. Nine The Saturday Evening Post short stories. "At Home on the Marcel Waves," "Solid Mahogany," "Goodness Gracious, Agnes," "A River in Flood," "The Mayor of Flamingo," "Stepmother," "You Got to Go, But You Don't Have to Come Back," "High-Goal Man," and "Wind Before Morning."


Unpublished Book

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman. A definitive biography of W. H. Hudson, a naturalist writer.


Advertising Copy and Pamphlets

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman. Coral Gables America's Finest Suburb, Miami Florida. Coral Gables, FL: Parker Art Printing Associates. 1920. Same content also published under the title Coral Gables Miami Riviera An Interpretation. 1920.

___A Treasure House for Florida. Miami Florida (?) 1925(?)

___"A Red Cap Who Called Forth a Letter to the President of His Railroad'' Literary Digest 91.12 (December 18, 1926): 45. (Advertisement)

___"A Red Cap Who Called Forth a Letter to the President of His Railroad'' Saturday Evening Post 199.24 (December 11, 1926): 81. (Advertisement.)

Dorn. Mabel White and Marjory Stoneman Douglas. The Book of Twelve for South Florida Gardens. South Miami: Florida Publishing, 1928. Republished Miami FL: South Florida Horticultural Society, 1989.

Douglas. Marjory Stoneman. An Argument for a Botanical Garden in South Florida to be Called the Fairchild Tropical Garden. Coral Gables FL: Craftsmen of Kells Press, 1937.

___Fairchild Garden Dedication March 23rd 1938. Miami, FL: Fairchild Tropical Gardens, 1938.


Calendar

Florida's Calamity Calendar l984. Winter Park. FL: Florida Conservation Foundation, 1983

"Visitors warned of future shock," The Miami Herald (December 27, 1983) 9D


Articles by Publication Date

 Marjory Stoneman. "An Early Morning Paddle." Sunday Herald-Boston (June 23, 1907): 5. Prize winning story.

___'Waiting for a Train.' Tire Taunton High School Journal (And Stylus) ( June 1908): 38.

___"The Tree Day Pageant at Wellesley." Taunton High School Journal (And Stylus) (June 1909): 41-42.

___ "Sadie of the Perfumes." Ainslee's; The Magazine (March 1920): 125-136.

___ "As Contemporaries See Us." The Freeman (April 5, 1922).

___"Treasure Islands For the Movies,"  White Shadows (January 1923) 5-7

____ "The University and the Forgotten Curriculum," Journal of Social Forces 1 (March 1923):235-37

___"Painkiller.'' Ainslee's; The Magazine (February 1924): 83-93.

___"White Midnight." A four-part story. Black Mask 6.23 (March ,1924):51-71.ó.24 (March 15,1924): 95-109.7.1 (April 1,1924): 110-126. 7.2 (April 15, 1924): 116- 126.

___ "Hibiscus Red." Ainslee's; The Magazine (June 1924): 41-49.

___ "At Home on Marcel Waves." The Saturday Evening Post 196.50 (June 14, 1924): 12-13. 48,50.52, 54, 56. 58.

___ "To The Lions." Ainslee's; The Magazine (August 1924): 40-52. 1924): 91-107.

___"The Queen's Amber." Ainslee's; The Magazine (September 1924): 40-52.

___ "The Hat Named Horace." The Saturday Evening Post 197.16 (October 18, 1924): 12-13, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74.

____"Green Mango Pie." The Saturday Evening Post 197.42 (April 18,1925) 46-4~1, 50. 52, 56

____ "Solid Mahogany." The Saturday Evening Post 197.51 (June 20, 1925): 24-25, 62, 67.

___"Pineland." The Saturday Evening Post 198.7 (August 15. 1925) 14- 15, 115. 118, 121.

___ "A Bird Dog in the Hand." The Saturday Evening Post 198.11 (September 12, 1925): 6-7, 56, 58, 60, 62.

___ "Goodness Gracious. Agnes." The Saturday Evening Post 198.16 (October 17, 1925): 12-13, 201-202, 205-206, 209-21

___"The Woman of It." The Saturday Evening Post 198.21 (November 21, 1925): 12- 13, 165-166, 169-170, 172.

___"A River in Flood." The Saturday Evening Post 198.40 (April 3, 1926): 26-27, 165-166, 169-170, 173.

___"The Mayor of Flamingo." The Saturday Evening Post 198.43 (April 24, 1926): 30-33, 209-210, 213-214, 217-219.

___"Chiffon Stockings." The Saturday Evening Post 199.12 (September 18, 1926): 20-21, 166, 169, 173, 178.

___"Too Much Class." The Saturday Evening Post 199.15 (October 9, 1926): 24-25, 112, 117-118, 121-122.

___ "Guinevere." The Saturday Evening Post 199.27 (January 1,1927): 12, 84, 86, 89.

___"The Beautiful and Beloved." The Saturday Evening Post 199.40 (April 2, 1927): 8-9, 128, 133- 134.

___ "You Can Have Three Wishes." Woman's Home Companion 54.(June 1927): 12- 13, 66, 69, 70.

___"Stepmother." The Saturday Evening Post 199. 49 (June 4,1927): 6-7, 150-151, 154-157.

___"The Third Woman." Boston Herald Sunday, (June 5,1927): 5,

___"He Man." The Saturday Evening Post 200.5 (July 30,1927): 10- 11, 49-50, 55-56. Also published as one of the best O. Henry Memorial Prize short stories for 1927. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1927. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1928. 149 - 174. Williams, Blanche Colton. Prize Stories of 1927. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1928.

___ "The Peculiar Treasure Of Kings." The Saturday Evening Post 200:22 (November 26, 1927): 8-9, 104, 106. 108. 110, 112. O. Henry Memorial second place prize winning story fair 1928. O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1928. Garden City NY: Doubleday. Doran, 1928. 22-48. Also printed in Great American Short Stories: 0. Henry Memorial Prize Winning Stories 1919-1934. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 501 -527. William, Blanche Cotton. Prize Stories of 1928. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1928.

___"Portuguese Pink." Archer (January 1928): 59-61. (Found in the Sterling Memorial Library Collection, Yale University.)

___"Daphne and the Delicious Monster." Woman's Home Companion 55.5 (May 1928): 11 - 12, 102, 105.

___ "Twenty Minutes Late for Dinner." The Saturday Evening Post 200.53 (June 30, 1928): 14-15, 100, 102, 105, 107.

___"Second Marriage." Chicago Sunday Tribune. Part 6 (January 1929): 7-8.

___ "Do You Believe in Love." Smart Set 84.3 (May 1929): 24-26, 112-116.

___"The Man Who was Homesick." Household Magazine 29.10 (October l929): 12-14,21-23,42.

___ "Charcoal." The Saturday Evening Post 202.28 (January 11, 1930): 16-17,88,91,95.

___"Survival." Part 1. Household Magazine 30.5 (May 1930): 1-2, 15, 28, 46-47.

___ "Survival." Part 2. Household Magazine 30.6 (June 1930): 2-3, 14-15, 34.

___"Plumes." The Saturday Evening Post 201.50(June 14,1930): 8-9, 112, 114, 117-118, 121.

___"By Violence." Saturday Evening Post 203.21 (November 22, 1930): 6-7.44,46,48,50,53.

__"Wings" Saturday Evening Post 203.37 (March 14,1931): 10 - 11, 74. 77-78.

__"The House on Caroline Street." Chicago Tribune (July 6, 1931): page unknown. Not found.

___"The Cars Pass . . . But The Everglades Remain." Sunrise. The Magazine of Florida I. I (November 1931): 11 - 12, 47-48.

___"The Vanishing Floridians." Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 1.2 (December 1931): 11-12, 47-48. 50.

___"Bees in the Mango Bloom." The Saturday Evening Post 204.24 (December 12, 1931): 12-13, 102, 1()4, 105.

___"Sabers In the Sun. Caribbean Adventures and Buccaneers" Part one. Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 1.3 (January 1932): 5-ó, 38-40.

___"Sabers In the Sun. The Craft and Business of Piracy" Part two. Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 1.4 (February 1932): 12- 13, 39-41.

___"Sabers In the Sun. Sir Henry Morgan" Part three. Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 1.5 (March 1932): 13-14, 24, 29.

___ "Sabers In the Sun. Pirates of the American Coast." Part four. Sunrise. Tile Magazine of Florida 1.6 (April 1932): 13, 33-35.

___"The Thirty." Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 1.7 (May 19.-52): 5-6. 20.

Houston, Sam and Marjory Stoneman Douglas. "Florida Parks." Sunrise: The Magazine of Florida 2.3 (January 1933): 5-ó, 20.

Douglas. Marjory Stoneman." Reunion at Forty." The Saturday Evening Past 205.28 (January 7, 1933): 16- 17, 28-29. 31.

___ "Adventuress." Part 1. Household Magazine 33.2 (February 1933 ): 1 -2, 40.

___ "Adventuress." Part 2. Household Magazine 33.3 (March 1933):4-5, 19.

___ "Hey Waiter!" Woman's Home Companion 60.4 (April 1933): 19-20, 4(), 46.

___"Along the Grove Road." The Grove Road and the Nomad  1.1 (May 1933)  Marjory Stoneman Douglas was Associate Editor or Editor for a series of Coconut Grove based Weekly Newsmagazines including The Nomand, The Carib, The Grove Road and The Grove Road and The Nomad. From the collection of Arva Parks and Company. 1933 - 1934   Other issues with byline articles are list below.

___ "You Got to Go- But You Don't Have to Come Back." The Saturday Evening Post 206.9 (August 26, 1933): 10-11, 70-72.

___ "Along The Road with MSD,"   The Carib  (November, 17, 1933)

____"Along the road with MSD."  The Grove Road  (January 1934)

____"The Forgetten Fortress of the Keys." The Grove Road and the Nomad  (May 1934)

____"Planes or Plants for Chapmann Field?" The Grove Road and the Nomad  (June, 1934)

___"Noon In Havana." The Saturday Evening Post 207.3 (July 21, 1934): 1213, 83-84, 86, 88.

___ "Solo Flight." Cosmopolitan 97.2 (August 1934): 40-43, 142 - 147.

___ "High-Goal Man." The Saturday Evening Post. 207.36 (March 9, 1935): 14- 15, 55. 58, 60-61.

___"Wind Before Morning." The Saturday Evening Post 207.49 (June 8, 1935) : 18-19, 50, 52. 55.

___and Basil L. Rowe. "Barn stormer." The Saturday, Evening Post 208.10 (September 7, 1935): 12- 13, 66-67, 70-71, 73.

___"September-Remember." The Saturday Evening Post 208.23 (December 7,1935): 12- 13,39-40,42,46. Reprinted in Florida In the Short Story. Teachers College. Columbia University, 1957.

___"A Flight of ibis." The Saturday Evening Post 208.25 (December 21, 1935): 1 2-13, 69-70, 72.

___ "From the Terror by Night." The Saturday Evening Post 209.5 (August 1, 1936): 18- 19, 74-76, 78.

__"The Sun and The Stars." Mc Calls 64.5 (February 1937): 11 - 12, 86, 88-90.

__"A Thing Apart." Delineator 130.3 (March 1937): 22-23.50-5,

___and Murdo Morrison. "A Place in the Sun." Colliers 99.11 (March 13, 1937): 11. 34, 36. 38.

___ "A Mountain in the Sea." The Saturday Evening Post 210.18 (October 30, 1937): 14-15, 82, 84, 89. 91.

___"The Story of a Homely Woman." The Saturday Evening Post 210.23 (December 4, 1937): 10- 11,50,53,55, 58. Included in Post Stories of /937. Boston: Little Brown, 1938. 87-106.

__"Volcano." The Saturday Evening Post 210.7 (December 25,1937): 8-9, 58-59, 61-62.

___ "He Talks With Volcanoes." The Saturday Evening Post 210.26 (December 25, 1937): 6-7, 32-33.

___"The Hand is Quicker." The Saturday Evening Post 210.36 (March 5, 1938):12-13, 62, 64, 66-69, 71.

___"Athens to Marseilles." The Saturday Evening Post 211.10 (September 3 1938): 8-9, 63.

___"Far Up the Black Mountain." The Saturday Evening Post 211.28 (January 7.1939): 10-11,45-48.

___ "The Message to Hassan Beg." The Saturday Evening Post 211.33 (February 11, 1939): 2()-21, X9-92. 94.

___ "A Hill in Haiti." Cosmopolitan 107.1 (July 1939): 32-35. 86-92.

___ "Earthquake." The Saturday Evening Post 213.5 (August 3, 1940):16-17. (65-69.

___ "The Road to the Horizon." The Saturday Evening Post 213.34 ( February 22, 1941): 14- 15, 60, 62-63. 67.

___ "Moment of Magic." Woman's Home Companion 70 (March 1943): 18-19, 46, 50-52.

___"The Everglades Face The Future." Trailways Magazine 9.1 (Fall 1944):9-10, 26,28.

____ "Frank Bryant Stoneman." Tequesta 4 (November 1944): 3- 12.

___ "On Being a Guest at Estero." The American Eagle 4().32 (November 29, 1945): 1 , 8.

____"An Earlier Pocahontas." Readers Digest 51.3()7 (November 1947): 17-20. Readers Digest used the same article in other language editions. "Juan Ortiz y la Hija del Cacique," Seleccciones Readers Digest 15. 86 (January 1948): 83-86. "Juan Ortiz e a Filha do Cacique." Selecoes Readers Digest 15.86 (January 1948): 83-86.`'Spanioleren og Indianerpigen,`` Del Bedste fra Readers Digest 3.1 (January 1948): 15 - 18.

___"The Most Unforgettable Character I've Met," Readers Digest 53.319 (November 1948): 67-71.

___"Communities Face Their Slums." Ladies Home Journal 67.10 (October 1950): 23, 224-227. 1952): 32-33.

___ "Topics of the Times." The New York Times Published at least seven columns: (September 30,1950), (October 16, 1950). (October 29,1950), (November 13, 1950), (December 15,1950), (January 31,1951). Douglas personal clippings from the Marjory Stoneman Douglas papers in the Special Collections. University Libraries. University of Miami. During the relevant years no Douglas listing was found in The New York Times Index.

___ "Caribbean Cauldron." Saturday Review 35.50 (December 13, 1952): 32-33.

___“Along the Grove Road: Charles Barry Was A Gentlemen.” The Coconut Grove Village Post, (1953):4.
        The Coconut Grove Village Post publications began sometime prior to June 1956 and may have ended publications sometime in 1974. Source: The Florida Newspaper Project - Publication Details, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.  Name change date unknown to The Village Post.

___“Proposed Memorial Tagged ‘Monstrosity.’” Letter to the Editor, The Miami Herald. (October 30, 1953).

___ "Where Spring Begins." Place of publication unknown. (May 1954).

___‘“Sold Gold Cadillac” – Solid!’”This Week in Miami and the Beach.2,18 (Saturday, March 24, 1956):12.

___No title, The Coconut Grove Village Post, 2,8 (April 1958) 

___ "River of Grass." Rotarian 95.5 (November 1959): 20-23. 60.

___ "People Who Made the Grove," The Village Post. 8, 3 (March, 1964) 7. 

____ "MSD sends in Postscript." The Village Post 8,5 (May 1964) 4.

___ "Florida Shown on 1528 Turkish Map." Carrell Journal of the friends of the University of Miami Library 5.2 (December 1964): 1-ó.

____ "To the Grove With Love," The Coconut Grove Village Post, 12,4 (April 1966), 8-9,20.

___“Gossips Do Damage to Community.” Letter to the Editor, The Miami Herald. (September 3, 1966):6A.

____"The Flowing Grass." Audubon 71.1 (January 1969): 28-45.

____“Back to Canaveral.” Muse News. (November 1969):164-166.

_____“The Remarkable World of Marjory Stoneman Douglas,” Trilogy Part One. The Miamian (September 1970): 29-30,62-63.

____ "The Forgotten Man Who Saved the Everglades." Audubon 73.5 (September 1971): 78-79,82, 84, 86, 88, 90, 92, 94, 96.

____“Everglades A Vital River; It’s Not A ‘Little Holland." The VIP Line, The Miami Herald. (Monday, November 29,1971):26 A.

____"Canaveral Dreaded and Unforgotten." Floridian, St. Petersburg Times (April 9 1972): 22-25.

____"The Forgotten Father." Audubon Magazine (1974)

____ "A Civilization Beyond Belief: Ancient Man in Florida."  The Florida Handbook 1975-1976, 15th Edition, Tallahassee, The Peninsular Publishing Company, Florida (1975) 34 - 39.

____ with John Rothchild. "Charmed Life." First of four parts. The Miami Herald. (Sunday, August 16, 1987): 1G, 6G.

____with John Rothchild. “Douglas’ Brief and passionless marriage. Charmed Life.” Second of four parts. The Miami Herald. (Monday, August 17, 1987):1C, 3C.

____ with John Rothchild. “The Death of her father, the birth of a milestone book. Charmed Life". Third of four parts. The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, August 18, 1987):1D, 3D.

____ with John Rothchild. “It is much easier to be old these days. Charmed Life.” Last of four parts. The Miami Herald. (Thursday, August 20, 1987):1C,3C.

____"An Ominous Cloud Over the Everglades." Florida Trend/Year-30.13 (Spring 1988): 17-18.

___ “Preserve lush tree canopy in Coconut Grove. ”Letter to the Editor, The Miami Herald (February 22, 1990)

Non-Fiction Articles - The Miami Herald

Prior to during and after World War 1 Marjory Stoneman Douglas wrote hundreds of by-lined news stories and feature stories for The Miami Herald. Statewide private and public clipping files collections contain hundreds of articles on and by Douglas. Frequently one or more of the following are missing -- date, newspaper, name, issue and volume number and page number. Miami Newspapers Index on microfiche at the Main Branch, Miami-Dade Public Library contains a partial index for Miami Newspapers 1979 to 1981 with a full index from 1982- 1991 on microfiche (ISBN/ISSN 0735-6064). There is no Miami newspapers index prior to 1979. The Florida Room, Main Branch, Miami-Dade Public Library collection includes The Miami Herald CD-ROM series from 1988 to date. E-mail questions to the Florida Room. On line The Miami Herald archives articles from 1983.

___"The Galley." A regular column in The Miami Herald from March 7 1920 to June 30 1923. Douglas personal Galley clipping scrapbook in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas papers Special Collections. University Libraries. University of Miami.

____"Only Tropics in the United States to be National Park." The Miami Herald (May 25 1930): 42.

___"Spirit That His Forebears to Pioneer Frontiers Brought Frank B. Stoneman Here in Miami's Infancy." The Miami Herald (December 1935).

___"Tales of Palmetto Country. Miamian Tell Story Behind Florida Folkways." The Miami Herald Fall 1942?

__ "When You and I Were Young Miami." Tropic. The Miami Herald (November 5 1967): 16-22 36.

Non-Fiction Articles - Red Cross Bulletin.

           From late October 1918  to mid December 1919, Marjory Stoneman Douglas  worked for the American Red Cross and contributed unsigned articles to the Red Cross Bulletin.


Plays

Douglas wrote three plays. Two are lost. One was written in the fall of 1912 during a few months stay in St. Louis, Missouri. A second play, Storm Warnings written with William W. Muir and produced at the Civic Theater in Miami, also is lost. (May have been performed at Miami's Mayfair Theater.)

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman. The Gallows Gate. A one-act play. Boston, MA: Walter H. Baker I 931. Alleged by an undated Friends of the University of Miami Library announcement to have been expanded into a three-act play. No three-act play has been found.

Caldos, Benito Perez. The Grandfather. El Abuelo drama en cinco actors arreglo de la novela de mismo titulo. A play in four acts. Translated by M. William Cairns. Stage version by Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Wellesley College Library. Text found missing when Marjory Stoneman Douglas books were unpacked.

Federal Theater. The Miami Players, Works Progress Administration. Presentation of "The Gallows Gate." June 14 - 19, 1937. Miami Public Library System, Main Library, Florida Authors Collection.


Poetry by Publication Date

The Galley. Douglas regular column (March 7, 1920. to June 30, 1923) in The Miami Herald served as a form for her poetry. Readers' favorite poems often were reprinted. Poems also appeared in Southern Review, and probably other regional and national poetry publications.

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman. "Class Ode." The Taunton High School Journal (And Stylus) (June 1908): 35.

____ "Tropic Summer." Sun & New York Herald (June 20, 1920). (Reprinted from the Southern Review ).

____"Builders." The Calley. The Miami Herald (October 21, 1920).

____ "Inarticulate," The Galley. The Miami Herald (December 8, 1921). Also appeared in Measure 32 (October 1923): 9.

____ "Florida Sand." The Galley. The Miami Herald (March 11, 1922).

____ "To a Buzzard Swinging in Silence." The Galley. The Miami Herald (March 30, 1922). Six lines reprinted under the name "Buzzards Beauty" in 1992 by Barbara H. Oehlbeck. "First Lady of the Everglades." Lee Living Magazine 3.4 (April 1992): 27.

____"Everglades." The Galley. The Miami Herald (April 6-22, 1923).

____ "Martin Tabert of North Dakota." Literary Digest 77.6 (May 12, 1923): 34. Also appeared in The Galley. Miami Herald (April 20-23, 1923) and the Macon Telegraph. (June 24, year unknown). Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Voice of the River. 1987. 133- 134.

___ "Sand in Your Shoes." The Galley. The Miami Herald (June 17-23, 1923).

____"The Realtor." The Galley. The Miami Herald (November 7-22,1923).

____"Pioneers, O , Pioneers!" Under The Coconuts. South Miami: The South Florida Publishing Company, 1946, 4. Under the Coconuts in Florida. South Miami: The South Florida Publishing Company, 1949,4.

Collections of Douglas Poetry

Davis, Jack E., editor, The Wide Brim; Early Poems and Ponderings of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, 2002.

About Poetry

Duffy, Michael. First World War.com - Prose & Poetry - Literary Ambulance Drivers  


Douglas Materials in Other Special Collections

Bazire, Roy E. (1917- 1998) Florida Environmental Records of Roy E. Bazire. Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa. January 1998.

Kahn, Hannah (1911-1988). Hannah Kahn Papers Special Collections, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Marshall, Arthur R.(1919- 1985), The Arthur R. Marshall, Jr. Collection, Florida International University Libraries, Miami, Florida.

Marshall, Arthur R. (1919- 1985) Papers of Arthur R. Marshall, Jr. 1954-1984. University of Florida, Library Archives, Gainesville, Florida.

Reed, Nathaniel P. (1933 - ) Nathaniel P. Reed Everglades Papers - UF Special and Area Studies Collections

Rosner, George(1908-November 22, 2002) Chronology of the life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas (1987-1998), notes and clipping collection in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Papers,  Special Collections. University Libraries. University of Miami. Rosner files contains about 1,000 newspaper and magazine clippings.


Douglas Contributions to Books by Other Authors

Miami And Dade County Including Miami Beach and Coral Gables, American Guide Series. Northport, New York: Bacon, Percy & Daggett, 1941.(Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Florida.) Forward by Douglas.

    Abbott, Dorothy, Ed. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Reader. Tampa, FL: Florida Humanities Council (formerly called Florida Endowment for the Humanities) Remarks by Marjory Stoneman Douglas.1989.131.

Derr, Mark. Over Florida. New York: Doubleday, Dell. Fall 1992. Forward by Douglas.

Escalante Fontaneda, Hernando d'. Mentoir of Do. d'Escalante Fontaneda Respecting Florida. Written in Spain, about the year 1575. Translation and notes by Buckingham Smith, Washington: 1854. Reprint of 1854 edition edited by David O. True. New preface by Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Greater Miami Bicentennial Project. Coral Gables, Florida: University of Miami and the Historical Association of Southern Florida, 1973.

Gill, Joan E. and Beth R. Read, eds. Born of the Sun Hollywood, FL: Worth International Communications, 1975. Douglas wrote two chapters: "A Treaty Signing, 1765." 26-27. "We Hold These Truths." 174- 179.

Hardy, Laymond Millage. Childhood in South Florida. Introduction dictated by Douglas. Unpublished.

Henderson, Ann L, ed. Reading Freedom: Becoming Literate Becoming Human. Tampa, FL: Florida Humanities Council "A Brief Essay on Florida History." 1986: 67.

Hellier,Walter R., Indian River: Florida's Treasure Coast, Hurricane House, 1965. Forward by Douglas.

Lodge, Thomas E. The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem. Delray Beach, FL: CRC Press - St. Lucie Press,1994.17-19.Introduction dictated by Douglas.

McCarthy, Kevin M., editor, The Book Lover's Guide to Forida, "How I Wrote My Everglades Book," Sarasota, Florida: Pineapple Press, Inc., 1992, 318-319.

Oehlbeck, Barbara H. The Magnificent Sabal Palmetto. Introduction dictated by Douglas. Unpublished

Parks, Arva Moore, Gregory W. Bush and Laura Pincus. Miami, the American Crossroad. The institute for public history, University of Maim, Coral Gables, Florida and Sim & Schuster Custom Publishing, 1996. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas, the cost of development," 1947, 121. Foward by Marjory Stoneman Dougals.

Potter, Ned. Tracks on The Florida Trail. New York: Carlton Press. 1986. Foreword by Douglas. 9-10.

Voss, Gilbert L. Coral Reefs of Florida. Sarasota, FL: Pineapple Press: 1988. Foreword written by Douglas. 9-10.


Late Life Douglas Contributions

Douglas, Marjory Stoneman. "A Dollar for the Everglades" International Wildlife 29.1 (January/February 1999). 50. (Submission date unknown)


Publications and Web Pages of the South Florida Water Management District and Other Governmental Bodies

Dedication Ceremonies: The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Building, headquarters of the Florida Department of Natural Resources, May 15, 1981.

Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc. Everglades Agricultural Area Stormwater Utility Policy Issue Phase. Vero Beach, Fl, Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc., 1992. (Copy in South Florida Water Management District archives.)

Contract Completion Report: Twenty Year Evaluation: Economic Impacts from Implementing the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Restoration Act and United States versus SFMWD Settlement Agreement. West Palm Beach Florida, South Florida Water Management District, 1993.

Florida, Department of Environmental Regulation. Notice of Intent to Issue the District's Everglades Restoration Interim Permit Application A. (FDER No. 502029339) Tallahassee, FL: Department of Environmental Regulation, 1992. (Copy in the South Florida Water Management District archives.).

Hazen and Sawyer. Evaluation: Economic Impact of the MSD (Marjory Stoneman Douglas) Everglades Restoration Act and Settlement Agreement. Hollywood, FL: Hazen and Sawyer, 1992. (Copy in the South Florida Water Management District archives.)

Hazen and Sawyer. Contract completion report: twenty years evaluation: economic impacts from implementating the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Restoration act and Unites States versus SFWMD Settlement Agreement. West Palm Beach, FL: Hazen and Sawyer and South Florida Water Management District, 1993.

Luke, Ronald T. and Hazen and Sawyer. Comments of Ronald T. Luke, J.D., Ph.D., Research and Planning Consultants, Inc. regarding Evaluation of the economic impact from implementing the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Restoration Act. Hollywood, Fl.: Hazen and Sawyer, 1992. (Copy in the South Florida Water Management District archives.)

Polopolus, Leo, A Presentation to the South Florida Water Management District Funding Council, August 7, 1992. West Palm Beach, FL, SFWMD, 1992. (Copy in South Florida Water Management District archives.)

South Florida Water Management District. 2004 Executive Summary: Everglades Consolidate Report (South Florida Water Management District, January 1, 2004) 

South Florida Water Management District. Application for Interim Permit for District Structures Discharging into the Everglades Protection Area. West Palm Beach, FL: South Florida Water Management District. (Copy in South Florida Water Management District archives.)

South Florida Water Management District. Draft Surface Water Improvement and Management Plan for the Everglades. West Palm Beach, FL. South Florida Water Management District, 1992. 3 Volume.

South Florida Water Management District. Everglades Restoration: a Progress Report. West Palm Beach, FL: South Florida Water Management District. (Copy in South Florida Water Management District archives.)

Surface Water Improvement and Management Plan for the Everglades. West Palm Beach, South Florida Water Management District, 1992. Three Volumes.

United States Congress, Committee on Resources. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness and Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center, Everglades National Park report (to accompany H.R. 136) (including cost estimates of the Congressional Budget Office) (Washington. D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.) 1997. 6

United States Congress, Committee on Resources. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness and Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center, Everglades National Park Designation Act report (to accompany S.931) (Washington. D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.)1997. 9

United States Congress, Committee on Resources. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness and Ernest F. Coe Visitor Center, Everglades National Park Designation Act Public Law 105-82 (Washington. D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.) 1997. 3

United State Congress, Senate, Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on National Parks, Historical Preservation and Recreation. The Oklahoma Memorial, Clair Engle Lake and Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. G.P.O.) July 17, 1997. 15.

Water Resources - Marjory Stoneman Douglas Everglades Protection Act, Chapter 91-80, West's Florida Session Law Services, 1991 Laws, Twelfth Legislature, first regular session. Saint Paul, MN, West Publishing, Company, 1991. (Copy in the South Florida Water Management District archives.)

WEB Pages

South Florida Water Management District Rescuing an Endangered Ecosystem: The Plan to Restore America's Everglades


Drama/Electronic/Film/Online/Music/Video Recordings

Video-taped interviews with Marjory Stoneman Douglas are owned by most South Florida television stations.

A Conversation with Marjory (Stoneman Douglas) and Marjorie (Harris Carr). 30 January 1988: ca. 60 minutes. Fort Myers chapter of the National Audubon Society and Edison Community College, Fort Myers, Florida. Edison Community College does not loan or copy videotapes.

A Tale of Two Women. Everglades Digital Library

Everglades. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, Educational Services, 1986. (one twelve-minute videocassette.)

Lady of the Glades. 27-minute documentary. Written and produced by David Counts for WPBT/Channel 2, Executive Producer Carlos Pagan, 1996. Viewer Inquiries: Andrea Randall or Kim Armstrong. WPBT/Channel 2, P. O. Box 2, Miami, FL 33261-0002. Aired, November 24 and November 28,1996. Offered for sale. WPBT Channel 2 in Miami

Lecture by Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Fort Lauderdale, May 6, 1983. 5 videocassettes (each about 45 minutes) (One copy in the Florida International University, Miami, FL collection.).

Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Museum of Florida History, Tallahassee (1990) 1 reel 16mm film (30 minutes). (One copy in Museum of Florida History collection).

Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Great Floridian Film Series. Florida History Associates (1990) 1 videocassette (30 minutes).

Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Great Florida Film Series. 20-minute videocassette. Directed by John S. Barton. Written by Marilyn C. Russell. Edited by Jan Johnston-Barth.1986(?) Circulates from University of South Florida Collection.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Lecture. Miami, Florida. Miami-Dade Community College. 2 videocassettes (70 minutes), 1981.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas No Surrender. Phil Donahue Televisions Show. (1982) 1 videocassette (30 minutes) (One copy in the State Library of Florida collection.)

Marjory Stoneman Douglas - Resolution Birthday. State Library of Florida, Tallahassee, (1990) 1 videocassette (20 minutes). (One copy in the State Library of Florida Collection)

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Voice of the Everglades, 30-minute videocassette. Florida History Associates' 1990. Directed by John S. Barton. Written and narrated by Marilyn C. Russell. Edited by Jan Johnston-Barth. Videography by Borney C. Clavin circulates from the University of South Florida Collection.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas Voice of the Everglades. Great Floridian film series. Consolidate Media 1986 (one 20-minute videocassette.) Directed by John S. Barton. Written and narrated by Marilyn C. Russell. Edited by Jan Johnston-Barth. Videography by Borney C. Clavin (In the Jane Bancroft Cook Library collection).

Special Voices: Two Florida Women. Miami: Florida International University Media Center 1985 (1 videocassette 57-minutes.) (One copy , Florida International University, North Campus).

University of Miami 60th Anniversary Oral History Collection, Marjorie Stoneman Douglas Interview Tapes 1- 4. Special Collections. University Libraries. University of Miami.

Drama

Florida Humanities Council  Website FHC: Road Scholars generally offers Chautauqua Scholars/actresses doing  one-woman portrayals of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Show title and interpretations may changes with performer.

Necessary Geography or Who in the World is Marjory Stoneman Douglas?  a play by Robin Rice Lichtig,  2005.
Necessary Geography or Who in the World is Marjory Stoneman Douglas? (approx. 2 hours) 4F; 1M with double-casting (w/o doublecasting, roles for many more). Drama. Based on the first 24 years in the life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas who was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1993 for saving the Florida Everglades from extinction.  Source: Synopses of play scripts, drama and comedy, available for theater premieres, productions and perusal from New York playwright Robin Rice Lichtig
Resume of Robin Rice Lichtig, award-winning, published, American playwright
Stage play scripts available for theater premieres, productions and perusal from award-winning, published, New York playwright Robin Rice Lichtig

Sheckler, Sara. "Everglades in words of Stoneman, almost, Bringing her to life, chautauqua style."The Orlando Sentinal (October 29, 2007) http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/lake/orl-lbetty2907oct29,0,5021122.story?track=rss

Online

Marjory Stoneman Douglas describes her 1930 Everglades trip -  YouTube posted by FIUDCC

 


Music Dedicated to Douglas

Voice of The Everglades (Epitaph for Marjory Stoneman Douglas) for narrator and orchestra by Steve Heitzeg. Music commissioned in 1999 by the Naples, Florida Philharmonic Orchestra. First performance November 9th, 2000 Hayes Hall, Naples. Music conducted by Philharmonic music director Christopher Seaman with narration by Florida photographer Clyde Butcher.


Advertisements, Articles, Books and Poems on Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Just a few of the hundreds of news articles and books published on Marjory Stoneman Douglas.

Advertisements

Endorsement Alice Wainwright for County Commissioner 1958, The Miami News (1958)

United Way Advertisement, full page advertisement  ran in The Miami Herald (September 12, 1985) 6F

Articles Without Author

"A Human Jungle," The Miami Herald (November 5, 1984)

“Business, Professional Women Observe Their 50th Birthday,” The Miami News, Sunday, (February 6, 1966): 6B.

"Celebration begins on Women's rights," The Miami News (August 25, 1976)

"Conservation Hall of Fame Honoring two new Inductees: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Morris K. Udall" National Wildlife . 38.3 (2000): 8-11.

Colored Glass: Four Women Writers of Florida Proposal. Florida Humanities Council Archives, University of South Florida, Tampa.

"Douglas building name urged." The Miami Herald (January, 1981)

"Ever Marjory."   The Miami Herald (October 22, 1984) 14A.

“Friend of Everglades, Author, 83, Spearheads Rescue Campaign.”160.97 Charleston Daily Mail? (1973)

"Honored, Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Time, 142.25 (December 13, 1993): 31.

In the Company of Women. Inspirational Portraits of Dade County Award Winners. The First Six Years. 1989-1994. Miami, FL: MetroDade County Parks and Recreation Department, 1994. 18.

IMC (Independent Media Center) Interview: "Marjory Stoneman Douglas Crusading Friend of the Everglades," (Autumn 1984) 18 - 20

"Interview. Voice of the Everglades: Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Calypso Log 17.4 (August 1990): 8-10, 22.

"Marjory S. Douglas Named a 'Headlier' At Date With Press," The Miami News (April 25, 1959).

"Marjory Stoneman Douglas 1890- Conservationist and Author." Newsmaker 1 ( 1993): 125.

"Marjory Stoneman Douglas : a heroine for our times." The Miami Herald (November 25, 1984) 4, 6.

"Miami 100." Special Section The Miami Herald. (July 21, 1996): 12.

"Name building for Douglas, Senate urged,"  The Miami News (1981?)

“…of the visionaries.” Editorial. The Miami Herald. (Monday, May 30, 1988): 16A.

Records 1925-1987.Society of Women Geographers.

“Sunday Q & A”, Insights, The Orlando Sentinel. (April 17, 1983): G1,G6.

"Struggle for gender equality saw success, but continues," Lancaster Eagle Gazette.com ````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````

"Uncertain Outlook For Historical Home, Miami Montly (August 2006):13.

"Visitors warned of future shock," The Miami Herald (December 27, 1983) 9D

Articles With Author

Adjaye, J. K. "The Eco-Conscience of Florida." Working Woman. 17.7 (July 1992): 70.

Angier, Natalie and Grant Segal. “Now You See It, Now You Don’t.” 124.6 Time. (August 6, 1984): 56.

Anderson, D. L. and E. G. Flaig. "Agricultural Best Management Practices and Surface Water Improvement and Management." Water Science and Technology. 31.8 (1995): 109-121.

Anderson, Marie. “Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Author Lives in House that Saturday Evening Post Built. The Miami Herald. (Sunday, March 11, 1973): 4-5 K.

Anderson, Paul. “At 88 Douglas is in their putting up a fight.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, May 14, 1978)

____“The Preservers.” Neighbors, The Miami Herald. (Sunday, May 14, 1978):cover, 12-13.

____ “Clinton honors ‘Grandmother of the Glades.'" The Miami Herald. (Wednesday, December 1, 1993): 1A,11A.

Balido, Yoland. "Museum to give peek into life of Douglas." The Miami Herald (December 7, 1998): 1B.

Ballingrud, David. "Saving the 'River of Grass,'"  The St. Petersburg Times, (January 17, 1986) 1A, 20A

Beebe, Lucy. “A state treasure fights for another.” Ocala Star Banner.44, 268 (Sunday, May 28, 1989):1A.

____“Her river of grass,” Leesburg, Florida Daily Commercial. (Saturday, September 9, 1989):1C.

Bergstrom, T.C. and Dampier. C. "Everglades Evangelist." People (No volume or issue) (No Date) 108.(Early 1990)

Bivins, Larry. “Douglas honored by lawmakers.” The Miami Herald. (April 3, 1985):16A.

Branch, Michael P. "The Golden Anniversary of Marjory Stoneman Douglas's The Everglades: River of Grass." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature. 8 (1997): 11- 14.

____ "Our Lady of the Glades: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and The Everglades: River of Grass." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature." 8 (1997): 23 - 34.

Brown, Margaret June. “Marjory Douglas Everglades Voice.” The Christian Science Monitor (Wednesday, September 23, 1979): 13.

Boyett, Don. "The Floridian of the Year: Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Crusader for Mother Nature," The Orlando Sentinel, (Sunday, January 1, 1964) G1, G4

Burt, Al. "The Elocutioner." Tropic . The Miami Herald (March 18,1984): 26.

___ "Grand Dame of the Everglades." Tropic. The Miami Herald (April 4, 1982): 30.

___“Seeing it their Way. Legends dedicate lives to the environment.” The Miami Herald (Sunday, February 7, 1993):6B.

Byers, Stephen W. "Don't Mess With Her Wetlands," The New York Times 148.51,391 (January 3, 1999):46. (As described in 2001 in EBSCO)

___ "The Lives They Lived," The New York Times (January 3, 1999): 6,46.

Byrnes, Patricia. "Everglades: One Step Forward or Several Steps Back". 57.205 Wilderness (1995) (Summer 1994): 6.

Candee, Marjorie Dent. editor. Current Biography 1953. New York: Wilson, 1954. 162-164

Capen, Richard. G. , Jr. “Publisher’s Perspective. Next Water crisis a dry season away." The Miami Herald. Sunday, April 21, 1985):3E.

Carney, James. “Last Gasp for the Everglades.” Time. (September 25, 1989): 26-27.

Chiu, Tony and Cindy Dampier. "Everglades Evangelist." People Weekly 36 (Fall 1991): 108-109.

Chusmir, Janet. "The Time and Possibilities…. of Marjory Stoneman Douglas." The Miami Herald (April 6, 1975): 1G.

Clary, Mike. “Crusader for a Century." The Los Angeles Times (Tuesday, March 20, 1990):1E,4E.

Clinton, William J. "Remarks on presenting the Presidential Medals of Freedom" Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, 29,48 (December 6, 1993) 2479.

Cobb, C. E. Jr. "Miami." National Geographic. 181,1 (January, 1992): 86+

Craft, Robert." Letter from...Gulf Stream" TLS 5000 (January 29, 1999): 17.

Dampier, Cindy. “Everglades Evangelist." People Weekly (Fall 1991): 108-109.

Darr, Mark. "Redeeming the Everglades". Audubon (September/October 1993): 48+

Davis, Jack E. "'Conservation is now a dead word': Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the transformation of American environmentalism." Environmental History 8:1 (January 2003): 53-76.

___________. "Grit and Greatness, Unforgettable Floridans, Marjory Stoneman Douglas," Forum, the Magazine of the Florida Humanities Council, 28.3 (Summer/Fall 2004): 22.

de Gale, Anabelle, "Douglas' bungalow in Grove gets face-lift." The Miami Herald  (Wednesday, February 28, 2001): 1B-2B

Dewar, Heather. “Glades defender earns top honor: Medal of Freedom for Marjory Stoneman Douglas." The Miami Herald. (Thursday, November 25, 1993): 1D.

___ “Douglas’ 104th birthday vow: Keep fighting sugar.” The Miami Herald (April 7, 1994):8B.

Douglas, Sue. "Saving the Everglades. Making Amends for Past Insults." Oceans 18.2 (March-April 1985): 3-9.

Doup, Liz. "The Old Lady & the Swamp." The Sun Sentinel. (Sunday, September, 14, 1986):1E, 6E

____ “Glades Crusade: ‘River of Grass’ advocate nears 100, still pursues lifelong ambition.” Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel. (Sunday, April 1, 1990): 1A, 17A.

Doussard, John." It's never to late for anything.” The Miami Herald. (Friday, February, 6, 1981): B1.

Dugger, Celia. A." Living legend of Everglades has her day." The Miami Herald. (October, 19, 1984): 1C.

Duplaix, Nicole. "South Florida Water: Paying the Price." National Geographic. 178.1(July 1990): 89-113.

Ellis, Virginia. "Marjory's A Spry 79 and Coconut Grove is her Thing." Floridiana. St. Petersburg Times . (December 28,1969): 20-23.

Fichtner, Margaria. “Glades Champion has a day.” The Miami Herald. (Thursday, April 17, 1980): 1B.

____“Landscape and Letters.” The Miami Herald. Thursday, April 7, 1983):1-2 D.

____"Teaching America to love the quiet." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, April 7, 1985): 1G, 4G.

____ "The Best and the Brightest. Marjory Stoneman Douglas Environmentalist." Tropic. The Miami Herald. September 22, 1985): 13.

____“Godmother of the Glades Turns 100,”The Miami Herald. (Saturday, April 7, 1990):1A,16A.

____ "The River of Words Still Flows..." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, June 14, 1998): 4L.

____"The early word." The Miami Herald. (Thursday, April 4, 2002):1E, 2E.

Flowers, Charles. "Starting Over in the Everglades: A Look to Restore this Precious Wild Land Through the Eyes of Four Uncommon People (John West, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Bob Graham and Bill Robertson)." National Wildlife . 23.3 (April-May 1985): 54-62.

Fritz, Marjorie." Grandmother of the Glades" The Sarasota Herald Tribune. (Sunday, March, 18, 1984.): 1E.

Garfield, Eugene. "In honor of Douglas, Marjory Stoneman, Guardian of the Everglades," Current Comments. 33 (August 14,1989): 3-8.

Gehrke, Donna. "Champion of Everglades Turns 107." The Miami Herald. (April 7, 1997): 1B.

Gladstone, Valerie. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Ms. Magazine . 17.7-8 (January-February 1989): 68-71.

Greene, Juanita." Miccosukee canoe and Douglas too.” The Miami Herald. (Saturday, May 21, 1983): B1.

____ “County has many lessons to learn, historian says.” The Miami Herald. (Monday, February 3, 1986): 2B.

Gunter, Booth. “Saving a Florida treasure.” The Tampa Tribune-Times. (Sunday, April 22, 1990): 19A.

Hart, Eleanor. “Working Women Recall 60 Years of Efforts”. The Miami Herald. (Sunday, February, 15, 1976): 2G.

Hart, Richard. “Garald Parker: Glades’ great discoverer.” The Miami Herald. (Saturday, April 6, 1990): 1E, 2E.

Hays, Holly M. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas Conservationist of the Century." Florida Living. 12.8(August 1992): 52-55.

Hiaasen, Carl. “Douglas would trade medal for preserved glades.” The Miami Herald. (December 6, 1993): 1B.

Hilbert, Betsy S. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas and an Antidote to Despair." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature. 8 (1997): 45 - 53.

Hirsch, Rick. "Journalist with confdence, wit, edge." The Miami Herald. Sunday, February 16, 2014:1L

Holloway, Anita. "Research chair in wetlands ecology will honor Marjory Stoneman Douglas", 8 Vistas (Apr’85):1.

Horton, Allan. "Marjory Douglas, 83, Rues' Glades Mistake." Sarasota Herald Tribune. February 18, 1974: 2 B.

Hull, Anne V. “She’s a natural.” St. Petersburg Times. (Monday, June 5, 1989): 1D.

Joffee, Robert." Grove writer turns to politics at 93.”The Miami News. (Wednesday, February 8, 1984): 6A.

Kahn, Hannah. “UM Library Friends Spur Writers with Volume of Prize Verse. Poetry Book Marks a Gain for Miami.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, July 3, 1960)

Kersey, Harry A. “Do Seminoles, Miccosukee come from the same tribe?” The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, December 18, 1990): 15A.

Kimmelman, Michael. "Robert Rauschenberg, 82 Influential artist used wide variety of mediums." The Miami Herald. (Wednesday, May 14, 2008). 5B.

Kleinberg, Howard. “Miami:The Way we were: Fairchild took root 50 years ago." The Miami News. (Saturday, March 12, 1988): 4C.

____ “Miami pioneer marks another milestone." The Miami News. (April 7, 1989).

____ “Douglas Street: A loony idea." The Miami Herald (Tuesday, May 28, 1996): 11A

Klinkenberg, Jeff. “Gouging the Glades,” St. Petersburg Times. (Sunday, February 11, 1990): 1F,10F.

__________, "Conserving the Conservationist," St. Petersburg Times. (August 21. 2006):

Lawhorne, John,  "Writer talks about favorite Florida books," Desoto Sun Herald/Sun-herald.com (Sunday, September 10, 2006) (http://www.sun-herald.com/NewsArchive4/090906/tp2de2.htm?date=090906&story=tp2de2.htm) (Jeff Klinkenberg)

Lawrence, David. "Happy 100th." Miami Herald. (April 1, 1990): 3C.

LeMoyne, James, "Everglades sentinel on watch at 100". The New York Times,139.1 (April 8, 1990): 14, 20.

Leposky, Rosalie E. "Pogo Goes from Pot to Pet As A Whole Family Plays Possum." Florida Wildlife Magazine (August 1975): 2-5.

Lindsey, Mary Ann. "Life is Ghastly, Exhilarating." "Opinion." Tallahassee Democrat . (May 19, 1981).

Lipske, Michael. "She Helped Americans Fall in Love with Florida's Everglades." National Wildlife. 38.3 (April/May 2000): 8-9.

Loftis, Randy. “Tree planting symbolizes the last ditch stand for river.” The Miami Herald. (Friday, July 27, 1984): 6A

____ “Time at hand for Kissimmee River project. The Miami Herald. (Sunday, July 29, 1984): D1.

____ “Despite strides, fact say Glades are Slowly dying. The Imperiled Everglades, A Wilderness in trouble. First of Three parts. The Miami Herald. (Sunday, October 4, 1987):1 A, 22A.

____ “Polluted farm water a threat to marshes.. The Imperiled Everglades, A Wilderness in trouble. Second of Three parts. The Miami Herald. (Monday, October 5, 1987): 1 A, 14A.

____ “Rescue project hindered by lack of overall plan. The Imperiled Everglades, A Wilderness in trouble. Third of Three parts. The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, October 6, 1987): 1A, 10 A.

Lynden, Patricia. "Mother Courage". Savvy Women.(December,1988):70-74,99-100.

McCarthy, Kevin. "How Marjory Stoneman Douglas Crusaded for South Florida in Her Short Works." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature. 8 (1997) 15- 21.

Meadows, Gail. “State takes title to Douglas home.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, March 8, 1992): 2I.

____ "Glade Crusader's Portrait to be part of Dallas Exhibit." The Miami Herald. (Saturday, September 9, 2000): 5E.

Metcalfe Jacqueline and Michelle Sheldone. "Great Grannies: meet three of the best neighbors you could ask for-women who fight on behalf of all of us." "Marjory Stoneman Douglas Saves the Everglades." Family Circle. 109.12 (September 1, 1996): 18-20 (?). 0

Miller, Cindy. "Marjory Douglas Spurs Grassroots." Tallahassee Democrat. (April 9, 1975): 7.

Morales, Laura. "West Flagler Woman's Park gates gets feminine makeover,"  The Miami Herald, (Wednesday, April 01, 2009):

Morgan, Curtis. "Everglades defender's home may be moved." The Miami Herald, (Tuesday, May 30, 2006):1A, 9A.

_____, "No park permit - even for statue of Glades icon," The Miami Herald, (Thursday, April 7 , 2005): 1- 2A.

_____, "'Our Marjory,' lives again in new biography," The Miami Herald, (Sunday March 29, 2009):

Moss, Bea. “Project will improve area, develop tells foe of plan.” The Miami Herald. (February, 22, 1990.)

Muir, Helen." Hurricanes, renewal are South Florida reality." The Miami Herald. (Monday, September 7, 1992): 6C.

Mulloy, Gardnar. "Early Lessons from Marjory Stoneman Douglas." The Readers' Forum. The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, May 19, 1998):6A.

Munzer, Martha. "The Everglades and a Few Friends." South Florida History Magazine. 23(1)(1995): 9-13.

Murray, Marian. "Prophetess in Prose." Florida Speaks. 4.2 (April 1952), 75.

Musgrove, Martha, "'Every Inch of Land' is Valuable." The Miami Herald (November 2, 1983)

______________." The unknowns behind restoring life to a dead river." The Miami Herald. (August 1, 1984): 19A.

Norman, Geoffrey. "Justice, Just in Time." Esquire. 101.1 (January 1984): 109-111.

Oehlbeck, Barbara H. "First Lady of the Everglades." Lee Living Magazine. 3.4 (April 1992): 27.

Parks, Arva Moore, Gregory W. Bush and Laura Pincus. Miami, the American Crossroad. The institute for public history, University of Maim, Coral Gables, Florida and Sim & Schuster Custom Publishing, 1996. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas, the cost of development," 1947, 121. Foward by Marjory Stoneman Dougals.

Peine, Mary Anne. Women for the Wild: Douglas, Edge, Murie and the American conservation movement. University of Montana - Missoula: Environmental Studies Program, 2002. Masters Dissertation Thesis.

Poe, Sheri .“Mrs. Douglas keeps asking questions," The Tampa Times. (Friday April 26, 1974): Section B

Pritchard. Paul C. "Heroes for our Times." National Parks. 64.5/6 (May/June 1990): 5.

Popper Deborah and Frank. "The Storytellers". Planning. 62.10 (October 1996): 18.

Poole, Leslie. "Woman of the Century." Florida Naturalist. 71.2(Summer 1998): 8-9.

Poole, Leslie Kemp. "The Women of the Early Florida Audubon Society: Agents of History in the Fight to Save State Birds." The Florida Historical Quarterly, Vol.85, No. 3 (Winter 2007): 297-323.

Pulley, Pam." The Everglades Has a Staunch, Outspoken Friend," Orlando Sentinel Star. (Sunday, November 9, 1975):1-2F.

Pyster, Phil. “Not a Matter of Hope.” 3.4Zelo:22-24.

Rancourt, Linda M. "Lost Legacy" National Parks. 72.3/4 (March April 1998): 8.

Rawlings, Marjorie Kinnan. “About Fabulous Florida." The New York Herald Tribune Weekly Book Review.

Rife, Carol Parker. “Voice of the River.” 19,10 Gulfshore Life. (December, 1989): 92-95,122-123.

Salisbury, Christopher. "The Angel of the Everglades." Palm Bach Life. 70.2 (February 1977): 14- 15.

Samuel, Terence. "The 'Glades Get a Break." U.S. News & World Report. 129.14 (October 9, 2000): 32.

Schudel, Matt." Marjory's Place" Sun-Sentinel. (May 2, 1999), 9+

Shaw, Clay (Representative). Shaw Heralds Everglades Agreement Urges Immediate House Action. FDCH Press Release (September 6, 2000).

Shillington, Patty." From new national passion comes hope for saving S. Florida’s River of Grass.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, January 9, 1994): 1J,5J.

Sierra, Horacio. "Fighting the 'Wool-Hat Boys': Ecofeminism in the Short Stories of Marjory Stoneman Douglas." The Marjory Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature 15 (2007): 185-201.

__________. “Marjory Stoneman Douglas.” Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice. Eds. Gary L. Anderson and Kathryn Herr. Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing Group, 2007. 473-74.

Silva, Mark. “Cleanup plan is a mess, Glades champion declares.” The Miami Herald. (Thursday, March 3,1994): 1A, 14 A.

Smith, Alma H. "Noted Author Visits Area for Research Trip." Fort Walton Beach Playground News. (May 19, 1961): 6.

Sobel, Dava. "Still Fighting the Good Fight for the Everglades." Audubon. 93.4 (July-August 1991): 30-39.

Steinberg, Sybil, Zaleski, Jef, et.al. River in Flood. Publishers Weekly. 245.42 (October 19,1998): 54.

Stiteler, Rowland. "Fighting the Good Fight." Florida Magazine. (August 30, 1987): 8-19.

Strong, Colby. "People: Marjory Stoneman Douglas: A Lifelong Passion for Preserving the Environment" The Scientist 4.11 (May 28, 1990): 27.(Free on line but you have to register.)

Tasker, Georgia. "From Sawgrass to City Hall, These Women Toughed It Out." The Miami Herald .(June 3, 1979): 1G, 6G.

____“’Mother of the Everglades’ will speak at garden show.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, March 8, 1981):25H.

____"Kissimmee: A River Fights Back." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, February 1, 1987):1H,8H.

____and Margaria Fichtner. "Guardian of the Glades' Sprit, Passion Celebrated." The Miami Herald. 96, 252 (Sunday, May 24, 1998): 1A, 10A.

Taylor, Andy. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Tropic. The Miami Herald . (December 23, 1979): 10 - 15.

Tasker, Fred. "Honoring Miami's Women of First: 68 to be inducted into City's Centennial Hall of Fame." The Miami Herald (July 11, 1996):1F

Tomb, Geoffrey." State to buy, preserve home of Marjory Stoneman Douglas.” The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, June 4, 1991): 1B.

_____ “Everglades icon turn 105,” The Miami Herald. (April 8, 1995):1B.

Toufexis, Anastasia and William McWhirter. "Lady of the Everglades." Time121.5 (January 31, 1983): 57.

____and Andy Taylor." The Trees are taking over." Time(June,17,1985):71.

Tyler,Rodney.100 Years of Fortitude. You Magazine. (ND): 49,51.

Updike, William A. "NPCA Notes." National Parks74.7/8 (July/August 2000): 45.

Van Natta, Don Jr. “Airboats, ATVs may be banned in the Everglades.” The Miami Herald. (January 6, 1990): 1A, 4A.

___ “State backing off ban on Everglades airboats,." The Miami Herald. (January 6, 1990): 1B, 2B.

Voboril, Mary. “Taking back the River.” The Miami Herald. (Sunday, April 22, 1990): 1I, 4I.

Walker, Melissa. "Freedom River: A Book for the Next Millennium." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature.8 (1997): 35 - 44.

____  Reading the Environment. New York: Norton, 1994.

Washburn, Beatrice. "Florida Living: Our Author's Homes. House By Side of the Road is Home of Marjory Douglas." The Miami Herald (Date unknown): 18 E.

Weaver, Delice D. "Elegy for MSD (Marjory Stoneman Douglas)." The Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Journal of Florida Literature. 9 (2000): 39-40.

Wells, Helen." Two Authors Exchange Shop Talk.” The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, November 24, 1964), 2 C. (Pearl S. Buck and Marjory Stoneman Douglas)

____ “Person to Person – Marjory Wins Fellowship for Hudson Study." The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, May 10, 1966): 2B.

Whited, Charles." She Recalls When Women Won the Vote." The Miami Herald. (August, 1976).

____ “What becomes a S. Florida legend most? “ The Miami Herald. (Sunday, March 31, 1985):B1.

____“Douglas’ wit: It’s still sharp after 96 years.“ The Miami Herald. (Sunday, March 31, 1985):1B.

____ “Douglas’ 100 years full of zest, insight.” The Miami Herald. (April, 17, 1990): 1B.

_____ "Mondale pick evokes joy, some doubts." The Miami Herald (July 13, 1984) 1C.

Williams, Mike. "Postcard from the South." The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. (December 12, 1998): 1C.

Willson, Elizabeth. “Environmentalist, 90, Still Fighting.” Neighbors, The Miami Herald. (Sunday, December 21, 1980):3-4.

Wilkinson, Jerry. 1935 Hurricane Douglas' article No Date for Website.

Wiseman, Carolyn. "The Everglades." Book Links 5.1 (September 1995):52.

Yates, Steve. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the Glades Crusade." Audubon 85 (March 1983): 112- 127.

York, Marva. “Miami pioneers remember the day women got the vote.” The Miami News (August 26, 1985).

Books And Thesis About Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Allen. Rodney F. Fifty-Five Famous Floridians. Marceline, MO: Walsworth. 1985. 58.

Anderson, Lorraine and Thomas S. Edwards. At home on this earth: two centuries of U.S. women's natural writing. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 2002.

Anderson, Marie. Julia's Daughters: Women in Dade's History. Miami, FL: Herstory of Florida, 1980.

Branch, Michael P. "Writing in the Swamp: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and The Everglades River of Grass" in Thomas S. Edwards and Elizabeth A. De Wolfe, editors, Such News of the Land: U.S. Women Nature Writers, Hanover, NH : University Press of New England, 2001, 125-135.

Brenton, Mary Joy. "Thinking like a River: Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Marjorie Carr, Christine Jean." Women Pioneers for the Environment. Boston, MA.: Northeastern University Press, 1998.

Burt, Al. Becalmed in the Mullet Latitudes Al Burt's Florida. Port Salerno, FL: Florida Classics Library, 1983.

Davis, Jack E. An Everglades Providence. Athens, Georgia, The University of Georgia Press, 2009 

__________, editor, The Wide Brim; Early Poems and Ponderings of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, 2002.

Davis, Jack E. and Kari Frederickson., editors, Making waves: female activists in twentieth-century Florida. Gainesville, Florida University Press of Florida, 2003.

Doherty, Kieran. Marjory Stoneman Douglas: guardian of the 'Glades (Brookfield, Connecticut, Twenty-First Century Books, The Millbrook Press, 2002).

Hillstrom, Kevin and Laura Hillstrom. Biography Today: Environmental Leaders. Detroit, MI: Omnigraphics, Inc., 1997.

Hogan, Linda and Brenda Peterson. The sweet breathing of plants: women writing on the green world. New York: North Point Press, 2001.

Lozner, Alison Wiley. Expanding Ecology: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the Movement to Preserve the Everglades. A. B. Honors in History and Science Dissertation, Harvard University Press, 1995.

McCarthy, Kevin. editor, The Book Lover's Guide to Forida, Sarasota, Florida: Pineapple Press, Inc., 1992.

________.Twentieth-century Florida Authors, Lewiston, N.Y. : E. Mellen Press, 1996.

McGuire, Nina. Florida Women's Heritage Trail. A Florida Heritage Publication. Tallahassee, Florida, Florida Department of State,(2001): 21.

Repko, Marya.  Grandma of the Everglades : A brief biography of Marjory Stoneman Douglas.  Everglades City, Florida ECity-Publishing. (2010).

Sammons, Sandra Wallus.  Marjory Stonemand Douglas and the Florida Everglades. Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Tailored Tours Publications.(1998)

Sierra, Horacio. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's River of Progress: Modernism, Feminism, Regionalism, and Environmentalism in Her Early Writings. Thesis. University of Florida, 2006. Gainesville, FL: UF, 2006. UFE 0014206.

Stamper, Judith Bauer, General Editor Alex Haley, Save the Everglades, Steck-Vaughn Company, 1993 (4th to 6th grade social studies textbook)

Wright, E. Lynne. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas 1890-1998; Mother of the Everglades," More than Petticoats: Remarkable Florida Women. Guilford, Connecticut, A TWODOT BOOK, 2001. 107-118.

Zuckerman, Bertram. The Dream Lives on: A History of  the Fairchild Tropical Garden 1938-1988, Miami, Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1988. 25


Some Everglades Web sites, Articles  and Books by Other Writers

Reclaiming the Everglades: South Florida's Natural History, 1884-1934 (American Memory, Library of Congress) (University of Miami Library, Florida International University Libraries, and Historical Museum of Southern Florida)

The Everglades in the Time of Marjory Stoneman Douglas  The Florida Memory Project, Florida State Archives


"Everglades Park at 50." "An Editorial." The Miami Herald. (Friday, December 6, 1996) 30A.

Adams, Tom. "Saving the River of Grass Means Vetoing Two Bills." The Miami Herald. (May24, 1998) 1L.

Barry, John. " Canoeing and Camping in Solitary Splendor." The Miami Herald ( December 5 , 1997) 3, Fall Special Pull Out Section.

Brinkley-Rogers, Paul. "Tribe Fighting for More Housing in the Everglades." The Miami Herald (Thursday, December 4, 1997) F7.

____ "The Miccosukee Indians who Occupy a Narrow Strip of Land within the Everglades' 1.5 Million Acres." The Miami Herald (Thursday, December 4, 1997) F1, F7. (Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

Chapman, Tim. "How You Can Make the Visit Picture Perfect." The Miami Herald ( December 5 , 1997) 6, Fall Special Pull Out Section.

Davis, Jack E. "Conservation is now a Dead Word': Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the Transformation of American Environmentalism." Environmental History, 8,1 (2003)  

Fichtner, Margaria. "50 Years Later, We Still Treasure River of Grass." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, October 5, 1997) 20. (Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

Fiedler, Tom. " Everglades National Park Born Thanks to a Poker Game." The Miami Herald 249( May 21, 1998) 29A.

Grunwald, Michael. "Water Quality is Long-Standing Issue for Tribe."  Washington Post (June 24, 2002) A11+

______. "Among Environmentalists, The Great Divide."  Washington Post (June 26, 2002) A13+

_______. "A Rescue Plan, Bold and Uncertain - Scentists, Federal Officals Question Project's Benefits for Ailing Ecosystem, Washington Post (June 23, 2002) A1+.

______. "Between Rock and a Hard Place; Wetlands Shrink Before Growing Demands of Industry, Consumers," Washington Post  (June 24, 2002) A1+.

______. "Growing Pains in Southwest Florida - More development Pushes Everglades to the Edge," Washington Post ( June 25, 2002)A1+

______. "An Envioronmental Reversal of Fortune: The Kissimmee's Revival could Provide Lessons for Restoring the Everglades." Washington Post (June 26, 2002) A1+

McIver, Stuart B. Death in the Everglades: the murder of Guy Bradley. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2003.

Morgan, Curtis. "A Walk on the Wild Side," The Miami Herald ( December 5 , 1997) 7, Fall Special Pull Out Section.

Stevens, William K. "Putting Things Right in the Everglades." The New York Times (April 13, 1999), http://www.nytimes.com/library/national/sciences/041399sci-everglades.html

Tasker, Georgia." We Winter in the Glades." The Miami Herald. (Tuesday, December 25, 1984): D1-D4.

_____“Summer in the Glades." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, July 7, 1985): G1,G4-G5.

_____ “Autumn in the Glades." The Miami Herald. (Sunday, October 27, 1985): G1-G6-G7.

Tebeau, Charlton W., Man in the Everglades: 2000 Years of Human History in the Everglades National Park.  Coral Gables, Florida, University of Miami Press, (1968).

Tomb, Geoffrey. "Even Park's Historical Legacy is Endangered." The Miami Herald. 87, 307 (Friday, October 3, 1997) A1, 12.A. (Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

____"Gator, Grouper, Frog: Good Eats in the Glades." The Miami Herald ( Friday, December 5, 1997). 2, Fall Special Pull Out Section.

____"Wilderness Champions Embrace Natural Vision." The Miami Herald. (Thursday, October 23, 1997) F1, F5. (Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

Zaneski, Cyril T. "An Outside Fight for Glades" The Miami Herald (December 5, 1997) B1, B7.(Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

____ "Exploring the Tamiami Trail." The Miami Herald ( December 5 , 1997) 8,Fall Special Pull Out Section.

____ "Glades Park Enters its Golden Year" The Miami Herald (December 6, 1996) B1, B2.

____ "Pioneering Biologist Discovered Value of Fire." The Miami Herald. (Thursday, October 23, 1997) F1, F4. (Everglades National Park 50th Anniversary a Continuing Series)

Richey, Warren,  "Showdown over $7.8 billion plan to restore the Everglades," The Christian Science Monitor. ( July 02, 1999)


Children's Books on Marjory Stoneman Douglas

Andryszewski, Tricia. Friend of the Everglades Marjory Stoneman Douglas. Brookfield. CT: A Galeway Green Biography, The Millbrook Press, 1994.

Bryant, Jennifer. Earth Keepers Marjory Stoneman Douglas Voice of the Everglades. Frederick. NY: Twenty-First Century Books, A Division of Henry Holt, 1992.

Sammons, Sandra Wallus. Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the Florida Everglades. Lake Buena Vista, Florida: Tailored Tours Publications, 1998.

Sawyer, Kem Knapp. Marjory Stoneman Douglas: Guardian of the Everglades. Lowell, MA: Discovery Enterprises, 1994.

Sirch, Williow Ann. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas and the River of Grass," Eco-Women: Protectors of the Earth. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Kids, 1996.

Stamper, Judith Bauer, General Editor Alex Haley, Save the Everglades, Steck-Vaughn Company, 1993 (4th to 6th grade social studies textbook)


Obituaries

Ever Faithful to the Everglades. 100.4 Audubon (July/August 1998): 19.

Associated Press. "Marjory Douglas, 108; Fighter for Everglades." Chicago Tribune, (May 15, 1998).

Browder, Joe. Eulogy delivered at Marjory's memorial service in Everglades National Park. May 1998.

Clary, Mike. "Marjory S. Douglas, 108, Author Dubbed Everglades 'River of Grass." Los Angeles Times, (May 15, 1998).

Clinton, William J. "Statement on the Death of Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents. 34.20 (May 18, 1989):866.

Del Greco, Lisa. "Environmentalist Marjory Stoneman Douglas." Newsday, (May 15, 1998).

Fichtner, Margaria. "Guardian of the Glades dies at 108." The Miami Herald. 96, 243 (Friday, May 15, 1998) A 1, 16A-17A.

Klinkenberg, Jeff. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas," Seasons of real Florida. Gainesville : University Press of Florida, 2004. 168-170.

Maclean's. "Died Marjory Stoneman Douglas". Maclean's 111.21 (May 25, 1998):13.

Rogers Patrick and Grace Lim. "Lady Everglades" People Weekly. 49, 21 (June 1, 1998): 109-110.

Reilly, Maryilou. "Activist Marjory Stoneman Douglas dies." National Parks 72.7/8 (July/August 1998): 44.

Severo, Richard. "Marjory Douglas, Champion of Everglades, Dies at 108." The New York Times, 147.51,158 (May 15, 1998): A22.

Staats, Eric. "Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Grand Dame of the Everglades, dead at 108." Naples Daily News (1998).

Time. "Died, Marjory Stoneman Douglas". Time 151.20 (May 25, 1998):33.

Wilson, Traci. "Douglas, Everglades' lifesaver, dies at 108 'River of Grass' spoke for marshes." USA Today (May 15, 1998).


Marjory's Friends and Peers


Marjory's Home          (Photographs)

          

American Memory from the Library of Congress  Marjory Stoneman Douglas's Home

Marjory Stoneman Douglas House    City of Miami Planning Department

My Florida History: Marjory Stoneman Douglas' House in Coconut Grove

 

Saving Marjory Stoneman Douglas's  Home  

"Home Of Glades Icon May Stay Put After All," Herald Staff, The Miami Herald, (June 30, 2006)

"Honor Her Memory," Herald Staff," The Miami Herald, (May 31, 2006)

"Moving Douglas' Home A Bad Idea," The Miami Herald (Saturday, December 9, 2006)

Bell, Maya," Everglades crusader's cottage spurs fight," The Orlando Sentinel, (December 25, 2006)

Davis, Jack, "Home sweet Coconut Grove home: Marjory Stoneman Douglas' cottage should not be moved," The Orlando Sentinel, (January 7,2007) (http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/opinion/orl-msd0707jan07,0,638053.story?coll=orl-opinion-headlines)

de Gale, Anabelle, "Douglas' bungalow in Grove gets a face-lift." The Miami Herald, (Wednesday, February 28, 2001), B1

Klinkenberg, Jeff., "Conserving the Conservationist," St. Petersburg Times. (August 21. 2006)

___________, "Garden may get Douglas home,"Palm Beach Post (Monday,November 13, 2006)

Morgan, Curtis Murtis, "Everglades Defender's Home May Be Moving," The Miami Herald, (May 30, 2006)

_________, "Everglades Icon's Home May Be Moved," The Miami Herald, (November 26, 2006)

_________ and David Smiley, "Everglades Icon's Home Staying Put," The Miami Herald, (March 9, 2007) B1-2.

Smiley, David, "Board: Keep Douglas House Here," The Miami Herald, (Sunday, February 11, 2007) Neighbors 4, 43

___________, "Douglas's next-door property now at issue," (Sunday, September 2, 2007) Neighbors 3,

Terry, Glen, "In My Opinion," The Miami Herald (Sunday, December 10, 2006)
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