1. Stoneman Douglas appears as a major supporting character in the 2014 point and click adventure A Golden Wake.
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3. Marjory Stoneman Douglas died at the age of 108 on May 14, 1998.
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12. 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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13. 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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16. 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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20. Stoneman Douglas became involved in the Everglades in the 1920s, when she joined the board of the Everglades Tropical National Park Committee, a group led by Ernest F Coe and dedicated to the idea of making a national park in the Everglades.
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23. 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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25. 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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28. 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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34. Stoneman Douglas's gained some renown for her daily column, "The Galley", becoming something of a local celebrity.
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37. Stoneman Douglas passionately opposed the governor of Florida, Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, and his attempts to drain the Everglades.
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42. Marjory Stoneman Douglas was an American journalist, author, women's suffrage advocate, and conservationist known for her staunch defense of the Everglades against efforts to drain it and reclaim land for development.
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