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Florida Tech’s Annual African American Read-In Bibliography

  • @Florida_Today. (2019). Airport Blvd. renamed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. during ceremony in Melbourne. Retrieved from
  • Blane, R. (1973, January 12). Poinsett Supplement Plan Meets Deadline. Orlando Sentinel.
  • Boone, F. E. (1988). Florida Historical Markers and Sites. Houston, Texas: Gulf Publishing Company.
  • Brevard School Integration Trial to Start. (1964, June 24). Melbourne Times.
  • Cleveland, W. (1976, March 3). First Graduating Class Numbered 10 at Stone. Melbourne Times, p. 8A.
  • Cleveland, W. (1985, March 6). Slaying the Dragon of Prejudice, Hatred. Melbourne Times.
  • Cleveland, W. (1988). A Tribute to Melbourne's Pioneers. Melbourne, Florida: Minuteman Printery, Inc.
  • Cleveland, W. (1994). Crossroad Towns Remembered: A Look Back at Brevard and Indian River Pioneer Communities. Melbourne, Florida: Florida Today.
  • Florida Frontiers “The Lynching of James Clark” | Florida Historical Society. (2016, 2016-09-01T16:42-04:00). Retrieved from
  • Lawsuit Filed to Desegregate Brevard Schools. (1961, October 26). Melbourne Times, p. 1.
  • Poinsett Black Pupils Returning. (1973, February 5). Orlando Sentinel.
  • Raley, K., & Flotte, A. R. (2002). Melbourne and Eau Gallie. Charleston, SC: Arcadia.
  • Rogers, E. (2021, February 23). Justice at Last: Brevard School Board acknowledges unjust firing of civil rights leaders. Florida Today. Retrieved from
  • White, G. (1987, July 7). School Days before Integration. Florida Today, p. 2.
  • Zuckerman, R. Racial Barriers Slow to Fall. Florida Today, pp. 1A, 6A. 

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