FGCU Collections

View All Items in this Collection

Pages

Title: Aquila: Student Research Journal
Description: Aquila The FGCU Student Research Journal publishes exceptional student scholarship from all academic disciplines and levels of study at Florida Gulf Coast University. Student scholarship stands at the heart of university life and is one of the most rewarding ways for students to contribute to their ...
Title: Electronic Theses & Dissertations
Description: As of January 2014, all theses and dissertations submitted to FGCU by graduate and post-graduate students are fully electronic and available here. Students and the public are able to read graduate and post-graduate findings and research from subjects ranging from physical therapy to historic figures...
Title: Jarvis Howard Collection
Description: Jarvis Cutler Howard's detailed journals record his years as a Punta Gorda, Florida homesteader from 1875-1877. Together with the photographs, letters and other documents of the Jarvis Howard Collection, the journals reveal a man with a keen interest in his surroundings, and a way of life that has g...
Title: Koreshan Historical Collection
Description: The Koreshan Historic Collection presents a photo-journal documenting the daily life of the Koreshan settlement in Southwest Florida. Founded by Dr. Cyrus Teed, a former Civil War surgeon who later translated his name to the Hebrew version, Koresh, the Koreshan Unity was a faith-based group first es...
Title: Maniichuk-Brady Collection of Socialist Realist Art
Description: The Maniichuk-Brady Collection of Socialist Realist Art features works by Ukrainian artists painted during the decades following Stalin and preceding the fall of the U.S.S.R. (1953-1991). Initiated by Stalin, artists throughout the Soviet Bloc were classically trained in realist and socialist reali...
Title: Manuscripts
Title: Minnie L. Gatewood Diaries
Description: Minnie L. Gatewood (1875-1944), who married a minister when she was 16 years old, kept diaries chronicling her life in Southwest Florida. The five volumes of her diary cover her life from 1892 to 1900, and are a valuable resource for scholars of Florida history. Mrs. Gatewood also kept a "Want Book"...
Abstract/Description: Minnie L. Gatewood (1875-1944), who married a minister when she was 16 years old, kept diaries chronicling her life in Southwest Florida. The five volumes of her diary cover her life from 1892 to 1900, and are a valuable resource for scholars of Florida history. Mrs. Gatewood also kept a "Want Book"...
Title: S(he) Will Fade
Description: In the midst of recovering the fragments of her identity once lost to trauma, a young woman went in search of her community. During her mission to collect stories from a silenced community of survivors a fusion of art, activism, and oral history birthed what is now known as S(he) Will Fade. S(he) Wi...
Title: Sanibel Historical Collection
Description: The Sanibel Historical Collection presents a visual history chronicling the development of Sanibel, one of Florida's premiere destinations. Originally inhabited by the Calusa Indians, the Spanish later colonized the region until Florida was ceded to the United States. Sanibel Island houses a variety...

Pages