Links to articles and other additional information about Newtown:

NewtownAlive.orga website about Newtown, its history and its people, created in a project led by Vickie Oldham, the Newtown Conservation History District, and funded by a grant through the Sarasota County Neighborhood’s Department. The effort was part of a plan developed by the City of Sarasota to preserve the history of the African-American community.

“Newtown: Past and Present: 1914 to 2014” The scholarly work produced by the Newtown Alive project on the history of African-Americans in the Sarasota area, particularly Overtown and Newtown.An article in a publication called Modern Cities using Newtown as an example of gentrification.

A City of Sarasota report on the history of Newtown.

A Visit Sarasota County’s presentation on Newtown.

A Sarasota Magazine article on the neighborhood and one of its biggest supporters, Barbara Nell Langston.

A Sarasota Herald-Tribune article written by local historian Jeff Lahurd in a special section marking the 2014 centennial of the neighborhood.

Videos of interviews recorded at the Historic Asolo Theater of three knowledgable Newtown stalwarts.

Four articles on the Historical Society of Sarasota County website.

 

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