Alachua County Library District and Friends Of the Library present Joe Knetsch

Photo of author Joe Knetch over an old photo of a hospital staff.

American historian and author Joe Knetsch will discuss World War I, Florida, and the Influenza Pandemic of 1917-1921. Join us January 27 at 5:30 p.m. at Headquarters Branch in Meeting Room A to hear what these three things have to do with each other. Joe will also weave genealogical information into his talk.

Parking in the Library District lot is free and metered parking is free after 5 p.m. but do not park in front of the federal building.

This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library. 

Don’t forget to check out Joe’s books available for check out:

Florida's Seminole wars, 1817-1858

Utopian communities of Florida: a history of hope 

Faces on the frontier: Florida Surveyors and Developers in the 19th Century  (Reference copy only)

Fear and anxiety on the Florida frontier : articles on the second Seminole war

Orange Lake: Enchantment, Development, and Near Demise  (Reference copy only)

Salt and the Civil War in Florida  (Reference copy only)

Lowndes County, Georgia probate records: recorded July term 1847-January term 1852 transcribed and published by Charles R. Corbett ; edited by Joe Knetsch.;  (Reference copy only)