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About C. S. Monaco

C. S. Monaco is a social historian best known for his work on the life and times of Moses Elias Levy (1782-1854). A full-length biography, "Moses Levy of Florida: Jewish Utopian and Antebellum Reformer" (2005), established Levy, a previously marginalized character in Jewish history, as a significant figure in the early 19th century Atlantic world. Recently, Monaco has focused on the social and cultural ramifications of the Second Seminole War (1835-1842).


Present Outstanding Achievement, Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, AWARDS
Present Presidential Award of Distinction, Florida Historical Society, AWARDS
Present Courtesy Professor of History, University of Florida