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Beth Maycumber

BETH MAYCUMBER is currently working on a Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies at Florida State University; she also holds an M.A. in U.S. History from the University of North Florida, and a B.A. in History and Art History from Flagler College. Her recent projects include curating two special exhibits about Jean Ribault’s 1562 voyage to Florida at Fort Caroline National Monument, and participating in artist Harrell Fletcher’s “Before and After 1565″ project at the Crisp Ellert Art Museum. She lives in St. Augustine, Florida, with her husband and son.