St. Augustine’s “Battle of Bloody Mose” Heritage Event on PBS!

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The newest episode of PBS’ award-winning Florida Crossroads, a special documentary series focusing on the state’s history, will be “Florida Remembers: St. Augustine”.  This latest chapter in the Florida Crossroadsseries will include footage and interviews from the popular historical re-enactment, “The Battle of Bloody Mose.”  This annual, heritage Event is hosted by volunteers from Florida Living History, Inc. ( ), Fort Mose Historic State Park ( ), and the Fort Mose Historical Society ( ), with support from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council.  In 2011, white, black, and Native American re-enactors and volunteers, from across the state and from Georgia, participated in this Event, recreating the decisive Spanish victory in 1740.

“Florida Remembers: St. Augustine” will premiere during the week of October 17th on PBS, and other public, educational, and government stations across the state.  Dates and times for broadcasts on a station in your area may be found at .  On October 18th, the documentary will be posted on The Florida Channel Website at .

For more information on Florida Living History, Inc., please contact us at or telephone us, toll-free, at 1-877-FLA-HIST)!

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