Stetson Kennedy Lives!: A Series of Phone Photographs From America’s Oldest City And Florida’s Confederacy

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Stetson Kennedy fought the KKK. This painting is based on a real photograph. The Capitol did not find the stunt of dressing in a KKK robe so funny.

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There are monkey bars on St. John’s River. It feels good to be a kid again.

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St. Augustine only exists on the internet.

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The Castillos de San Marcos got white boy photo bombed by Mike Black, according to Robert Cato

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Entrance to Beluthahatchee, home of Southern moral crusader Stetson Kennedy. Kennedy died in 2011 and now his former swamp home is becoming a Florida historical landmark.

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Stetson Kennedy’s wooden home. Above the door reads: LAKE DWELLERS

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Bottle tree, a surviving member of the Kennedy home.

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Woody Guthrie never actually visited this house, but he stayed on the Beluthahatchee property many times. In the 50s he helped Stetson put out a fire started by the KKK.

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Proof we were there.

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The lake Stetson created with his father by damming Mill Creek.

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A copy of Stetson Kennedy’s book “I Rode with the Ku Klux Klan”. Actually, it’s a prop. Kennedy’s stepdaughter put the ancient sleeve on another book.

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The Woody Room

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An abandoned refrigerator in front of Stetson Kennedy’s historic home.

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A much-needed 14 hour energy booster shot. **Product not approved by the FDA or any doctor, ever.**

 

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