Ann Browning Masters will sign copies of “Floridanos, Menorcans, Cattle-Whip Crackers: Poetry of St. Augustine” during the First Friday Art Walk of 2016. Recently published by the Florida Historical Society Press, her book uses oral traditions to describe a rich slice of Americana from after the Civil War through the Civil Rights Movement. Learn about mullet-netting, datil pepper-growing, pilau-eating, rum-running times in Northeast Florida. Discover how Floridano, Menorcan, and Cattle-Whip Cracker lives drifted toward overlapping worlds, and became the roots of a heritage that still exists in St. Augustine. Dr. Masters is a Floridana, a Menorcan, and a 12th generation Floridian.