Monica Berra created and submitted this video as part of her Honors Thesis in the History Department at the University of Florida.

This film is a supplement to her thesis, 'Conservative Rebels: Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Cracker Culture.' This film uses oral history interviews, archived photographs, and newspaper articles to illustrate the cultural changes that occurred at Cross Creek during the early twentieth-century, during the time of economic transition in Florida.

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