Thelma Peters, Educator and Historian (1905–1996) Generations of Miamians learned to love history through the formal lectures and informal storytelling of Dr. Thelma Peters. She taught history at Miami High School and Miami-Dade Junior College; wrote articles and books about places in Dade County and the Bahamas; served as the President of the Florida Historical Society, 1974-1976; and was active in the Historical Association of Southern Florida (HistoryMiami) from its founding in 1940 until a few years before her death. FLOR500, Garden 458
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Thelma Peters, Educator and Historian

 

Thelma Peters, Educator and Historian

(1905–1996)

Generations of Miamians learned to love history through the formal lectures and informal storytelling of Dr. Thelma Peters. She taught history at Miami High School and Miami-Dade Junior College; wrote articles and books about places in Dade County and the Bahamas; served as the President of the Florida Historical Society, 1974-1976; and was active in the Historical Association of Southern Florida (HistoryMiami) from its founding in 1940 until a few years before her death.




 




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