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Posted: 07/06/2012

City of St. Petersburg
Historic Preservation

African American Heritage Research Intern
Internship Opportunity
St. Petersburg, FL

The City of St. Petersburg Historic Preservation Division is engaged in a City-wide research effort to identify sites, buildings, events, structures, objects, traditional cultural places, people, and districts which are significant to African-American History in St. Petersburg, Florida and to create products that will allow the public to learn about and explore the role of African Americans in the City and State.  Anticipated project deliverables include a color walking tour brochure, a smart phone app, a website, and interpretive markers.  The types of sites to be researched include businesses, churches, schools, social clubs, cemeteries, houses, and recreation areas.  Although an emphasis will be placed on existing properties, significant demolished resources will be identified and interpreted as well.  In order to include significant people as well as events, the period of significance will extend from the pioneer era with the arrival of the first African American in 1868 to the civil rights era in 1968. More info can be found at:


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How to apply
Please email resume and letter of intent to the Historic Preservation Division, Attention: Rick MacAuley.
Rick MacAuley
Fax: 727.892-5001
P.O. Box 2842
St. Petersburg, FL 33701

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