1. Marjory Stoneman Douglas appears as a major supporting character in the 2014 point and click adventure A Golden Wake.
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8. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's enjoyed drinking Scotch and sherry; as friend and neighbor Helen Muir remembered her, "Marjory Stoneman Douglas's would come up and have a sherry, and then I would walk her home, and then she'd walk me back, and we would have another sherry.
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11. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's wrote that his wife was a friend of Harriet Beecher Stowe, and had provided Stowe with the story of Eliza in Uncle Tom's Cabin fleeing slavery because Douglas' great-great-aunt took care of Eliza and her infant after their escape.
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14. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's wrote to Governor Bob Graham in 1985 to encourage him to assess the conditions the migrant workers endured.
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15. Marjory Stoneman Douglas served as a charter member of the first American Civil Liberties Union chapter organized in the South in the 1950s.
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18. Marjory Stoneman Douglas was giving a speech addressing the harmful practices of the Army Corps of Engineers when the colonel in attendance dropped his pen on the floor.
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19. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's compared Florida sugarcane agriculture to sugarcane grown in the West Indies, which, she claimed, was more environmentally sound, had a longer harvest cycle less harmful to soil nutrients, and was less expensive for consumers due to the higher sugar content.
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23. In 1948 Marjory Stoneman Douglas served on the Coconut Grove Slum Clearance Committee, with a friend of hers named Elizabeth Virrick, who was horrified to learn that no running water or sewers were connected to the racially segregated part of Coconut Grove.
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25. Marjory Stoneman Douglas characterized the Everglades as an ecosystem surrounding a river worthy of protection, inescapably connected to South Florida's people and cultures.
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27. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's spent five years researching what little was known about the ecology and history of the Everglades and South Florida.
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30. Marjory Stoneman Douglas served as the book review editor of The Miami Herald from 1942 to 1949, and as editor for the University of Miami Press from 1960 to 1963.
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36. Marjory Stoneman Douglas's gained some renown for her daily column, "The Galley", becoming something of a local celebrity.
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39. Marjory Stoneman Douglas passionately opposed the governor of Florida, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, and his attempts to drain the Everglades.
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