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Into tropical Florida
Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park
Ybor City, The City with a Past
Fort Mose Historic State Park
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
Glimpses of Mt. Dora : The land of Sunshine and Flowers (987)
Clearwater Florida West Coast on the Gulf "It's Springtime all the time in Clearwater"
Kissimmee Osceloa County Florida (682)
Story of Jacksonville (693)
Bardell Fototone Miniatures : 20 views Jacksonville, Florida (723)
Weekly Information and Amusement Guide of Jacksonville and Florida (724)
Guide to Jacksonville's Investments and Places of Interest (728)
Jacksonville, Florida (734)
Jacksonville Florida and surrounding town (737)
Pat Murphy's Legislative Blue Book and Tourist Guide (741)
Pinellas County, Florida (764)
Who's Who in Fort Pierce, Florida : The Sunrise City (538)
Jacksonville, Florida (711)
Facts About Lakeland Florida (849)
Miami By the Sea :The Land of Palms and Sunshine (1104)
Marion County, Florida : The Kingdom of the Sun (948)
Marion County, Florida (952)
Marion County, Florida : The Kingdom of the Sun (953)
Lakeland Florida (848a)
Tampa, Florida : its industries and advantages
T.M. Rickards Survey Book (1885-1886?)
Daphne, or Wits and Wooing (c. 1900s)
Edwin Hansford Rennolds Diary, 1877
William Henry Davison Diary, 1872
Warren Dow Diary, 1849-1850
Warren Dow Diary, 1851
Warren Dow Diary, 1854
Warren Dow Diary, 1855
Mrs. Warren Dow Diary, 1855-1860
William P. Pillans Account Book, 1870-1871
Martha D. Allen Log of the Okahumkee, 1874
Gruelle, N.R. Railroad Survey Book, 1876
Gruelle, N.R. Railroad Survey Book, 1877
John Richard's Observations and Play, 1848
Joel W. Jones Scrapbook, 1849
Joel W. Jones Memoir, 1849, 1872
George W. Howard Diary, 1868
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1886
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1894
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1897
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1898
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1899
Cornelius Longstreet Diary, 1900
Augustus O. McDonell Papers, Diary, 1862-1864
Augustus O. McDonell Papers, Letter, April 22, 1861
Augustus O. McDonell Papers, Letter, April 28, 1861
Nehemiah Brush Land Book, 1850s
C.R. Gilbert Diary, 1882, 1889
Boyd, Records of correspondence concerning land owned in Georgia. 1830s-1880s
Robert T. Boyd, Boyd and Monroe account book. 1854
Robert T. Boyd, Boyd and Monroe timber (cedar) business correspondence. 1852-1878
Mary E. Boyd, Reminiscences of Palatka. 1903
Robert T. and Mary E. Boyd, Documents about seizure of shipment of cedar. 1854-1845
Mary E. Boyd, Undated documents about seizure of shipment of cedar and subsequent suits for comparison. Not dated
Mary E. Boyd, Land Claims. 1868
Mary E. Boyd, Land Claims. 1872-1890
Mary E. Boyd, Land Claims. 1891-1899
Mary E. Boyd, Land Claims. 1913-1916
Mary E. Boyd, Land Claims. Not dated (late 1800s-early 1900s)
Mary E. Boyd, Property taxes and bank books
Mary E. Boyd, Personal bills and receipts
Biographical writings about General Clinch. 1849-1900s
Legal Document for General Clinch and family. 1819-1888
Correspondence of General Clinch's family. 1804-1895
Clinch family legal documents. 1837-1904
Legal and land documents for General Clinch. 1834-1853
Letters from General Clinch. 1820-1847
Letters to General Clinch. 1811-1836
Letters to General Clinch. 1836-1844
Letters to General Clinch. 1844-1849
Copies of newspaper clippings about General Clinch. 1836-1837
Original newspaper clippings about General Clinch. 1836-1837
Map and floor plans of the Refuge plantation house. 1850
Letters to Mrs. Robert Anderson, Clinch's daughter, from General William T. Sherman. 1864-1865
Genealogical notes and letter transcriptions by Mary Walker
Family Correspondence. 1825-1848
Correspondence (includes "Paper on Slavery"). 1849
Family Correspondence. 1850-1894
Miscellaneous, Family Genealogy
Letters to Burton Bellamy from family. 1866-1868
Letters to Burton Bellamy from family. 1869-1870
Letters to Burton Bellamy from family. 1871-1872
Letters to Burton Bellamy from family. 1877, 1882-1883
Letters, Various. Originals. 1870-1888
Letters to Francis P. Fleming, Jr. Originals. 1888
Letters to Mrs. Francis P. Fleming. Originals. 1888
Brochure "Southern Confederacy." May 9, 1863
Manuscript: Memoir of Capt. C. S. Fleming. Circa 1877
To Miss Mary. Oct. 5, 1859
To Miss Mary. Oct. 31, 1859
To Miss Mary. Dec. 10, 1859
To Miss Mary. Jan. 3, 1860
To Miss Mary. Jan. 6, 1860
To Miss Mary. Jan. 7, 1860
To Miss Mary. Jan. 14, 1860
To Miss Mary. Jan. 23, 1860
Dear Miss Mary. Feb. 3, 1860
No Salutation. Feb. 11, 1860
My Dear Miss Mary. March 2, 1860
My Dear Miss Mary. March 12, 1860
My Dear Miss Mary. March 30, 1860
My Dear Miss Mary. April 3, 1860
Miss M. E. Brumby, No Salutation. April 30, 1860
Miss Mary E. Brumby. Not dated
No Salutation. May 19, 1860
My Dear Friend. June 2, 1860
No Salutation. June 9, 1860
Dear Mary. July 27, 1860
My Dear Mary. Aug. 8, 1860
My Dear Mary. Aug. 28, 1860
My Dear Mary. Aug. 29, 1860
My Dear Mary. Sept. 5, 1860
No Salutation. Sept. 11, 1860
My Dear Mary. Sept. 17, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 2, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 4, 1860
Account of trip. Oct. 8-22, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 8, 1860
No Salutation. Oct. 14, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 19, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 28, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Nov. 5, 1860
No Salutation. Nov. 7, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Nov. 12, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Nov. 19, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Nov. 26, 1860
No Salutation. Dec. 3, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Dec. 11, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Dec. 17, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Dec. 24, 1860
My Dear Eloise. Jan. 1, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Jan. 12, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Jan. 21, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Jan. 28, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Feb. 6, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Feb. 11, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Feb. 15, 1861
My Dear Eloise. March 7, 1861
My Dear Eloise. March 12, 1861
Daily record of Current Events. March 14-18, 1861
My Dear Eloise. March 18, 1861
My Dear Eloise. March 27, 1861
My Dear Eloise. April 2, 1861
No Salutation. Not dated
My Dear Eloise. April 8, 1861
No Salutation. April 16, 1861
My Dear Eloise. April 24, 1861
No Salutation. April 29, 1861
To Eloise. May 2, 1861
To Eloise. May 7, 1861
To Eloise. May 12, 1861
To Eloise. May 16, 1861
To Eloise. May 24, 1861
To Eloise. May 31, 1861
To Mary Eloise. June 5, 1861
To Mary Eloise. June 7, 1861
To Mary Eloise. June 24, 1861
To Mary Eloise. June 28, 1861
To Mary Eloise. July 23, 1861
To Mary Eloise. July 28, 1861
To Mary Eloise. August 1, 1861
To Mary Eloise. August 6, 1861
To Mary Eloise. August 13, 1861
To Mary Eloise. August 16, 1861
To Mary Eloise. August 19, 1861
To Mary Eloise. April 3, 1862
To R. T. Brumby. April 16, 1862
To Mary Eloise. April 20, 1862
To Mary Eloise. May 7, 1862
My Darling Wife. May 14, 1862
My Darling Wife. May 22, 1862
My Darling Wife. May 27, 1862
My Darling Wife. June 3, 1862
My Darling Wife. June 9, 1862
My Darling Wife. June 12, 1862
My Darling Wife. June 28, 1862
My Darling Wife. July 11, 1862
My Darling Wife. Nov. 12, 1862
My Darling Wife. Dec. 19, 1862
My Darling Wife. Sept. 8, 1864
My Darling Wife. Nov. 5, 1864
My Darling Wife. Nov. 8, 1864
My Darling Wife. Nov. 11, 1864
My Darling Wife. Feb. 24, 1865
My Darling Wife. Dec. 22, 1865
My Darling Wife. Dec. 24, 1865
My Darling Wife. June 19, 1866
My Darling Wife. June 20, 1866
My Darling Wife. June 22, 1866
My Darling Wife. Aug. 22, 1866
My Darling Wife. Aug. 27, 1866
My Darling Wife. Sept. 9, 1866
My Darling Wife. Sept. 11, 1866
My Darling Wife. Sept. 13, 1866
My Dear Sir (R. T. Brumby). Oct. 20, 1869
My Darling Wife. Sept. 12, 1870
My Darling Wife. March 25, 1871
My Darling Wife. June 15, 1871
My Darling Wife. Feb. 17, 1872
My Darling Wife. March 20, 1872
My Darling Wife. July 6, 1872
My Darling Wife. April 28, 1873
My Darling Wife. May 2, 1873
My Darling Wife. Feb. 23, 1874
My Darling Wife. August 22, 1875
My Darling Wife. Jan. 17, 1876
My Darling Wife. Jan. 23, 1876
Samuel D. McConnell's Will
Letter to Woodrow Wilson containing two memos. Sept. 25, 1916
Knights of Honor Benefit Certification. Feb. 24, 1891
Merchant's National Bank of Ocala Stock. 1890, 1894
My Dear Child. March 10, No Year
To Mary E. Brumby. Feb. 10, 1861
My Dear Eloise. Oct. 1, 1861
My Dear Sir (S.D. McConnell). Oct. 10, 1861
My Dear Sister/My Dear Child (Also From Annie Eliza). Jan. 21, 1862
My Dear Sir. May 27, 1862
My Dear Child. July 24, 1864
My Very Dear Eliza. Jan. 26, 1865
My Dear Sir. July 17, 1865
My Dear Daughter. Jan. 17, 1866
My Dear Son-in-law. Oct. 19, 1866
My Dear Son-in-law. Jan. 6, 1871
My Dear Daughter. Feb. 26, 1872
My Dear Daughter. April 2, 1872
My Dear Sir. April 1872
My Dear Daughter. May 23, 1872
My Dear Sir (Russell). July 3, 1872
My Dear Daughter. Feb. 25, 1873
My Dear Daughter. Oct. 25, 1874
Kate McConnell to "My Dear Da (S.D. McConnell). Feb. 2, 1858
Probably Ellen McConnell to "My Dear Brother". Oct. 31, 1859
Ellen McConnell to "My Dear Mary". August 27, 1862
Leonora to "Dear Sister Mary". August 8, 1864
Ellen McConnell to "My Dearest Mary". March 5, 1865
Leonora Stacy to "Dear Sister Mary". Sept. 4, 1867
Leonora to "My Dear Sister Mary". October 8, 1867
Probably Ellen McConnell to "My Dear Sister". Oct. 17, 1868
Sue B. Gaston to No Salutation. 1880
Harrie to "Dear Frannie". Dec. 11, 1881
Biographical information
Correspondence. 1839-1849
Correspondence. 1850-1859
Correspondence. 1860-1864
Correspondence. 1865-1869
Correspondence. 1871-1877
Correspondence. 1888-1896
Correspondence. Not dated
Supplies, Accounts, Bills of Sale. 1835-91
School Expenses. 1850
Various Receipts
Relating to slaves. 1812-1851
Legal Papers. 1851-1891
Tax Records. 1864, 1881-1898
Speeches
Correspondence - 1863: Sept. 1, Willie to parents
Correspondence - 1855: May 19, daughter to parents
Correspondence - 1857: June 2, sister to Elvira Bannerman
Correspondence - 1858: Oct. 17, Bannerman to wife, Elvira
Correspondence - 1858: Oct. 21, Bannerman to wife, Elvira
Correspondence - 1859: Sept. 12, Bannerman to wife, Elvira
Correspondence - 1860: Oct. 6, W.D. Turner to Reedy
Correspondence - 1862: July 24, sister to Elvira
Correspondence - 1864: March 31, C.W. Bannerman to father
Correspondence - 1863: Nov. 11, C.W. Bannerman to Joseph (brother)
Correspondence - 1867: Sept. 5, B.F. Hunter to C.W. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1868: May 25, W. Bannerman to C.W. (report card)
Correspondence - 1868: Sept. 15, R.J. Bannerman to C.W.
Correspondence - 1868: Nov. 6, W. Bannerman to C.W.
Correspondence - 1868: Nov. 17, W. Bannerman to C.W.
Correspondence - 1869: Apr. 10, R.J. Bannerman to C.W.
Correspondence - 1869: Apr. 11, Frederich to ?
Correspondence - 1869: June 1, R.J. Bannerman to mother
Correspondence - 1869: June 20, R.J. Bannerman to mother
Correspondence - 1869: Nov. 9, W. Bannerman to C.W. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1869: Dec. 1, W.H. Crane to Elvira Bannerman
Correspondence - 1869: Dec. 7, W. Bannerman to ?
Correspondence - 1870: Feb 24, W. Bannerman to R.J. (brother)
Correspondence - 1870: Feb. 28, W. Bannerman to R.J. (brother)
Correspondence - 1870: March 28, W. Bannerman to R.J. (brother)
Correspondence - 1870: June 2, Edward Barry to Bannerman
Correspondence - 1870: July 6, W. Bannerman to friend
Correspondence - 1870: Sept. 24, Johnson Kerksey to C.W. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1870: Sept. 26, L.O. Harris to C.W. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1870: Oct. 3, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1870: Nov. 7, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1870: Nov. 22, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1870: Nov. 29, W.H. Crane to Mrs. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1870: Dec. 15, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1870: Dec. 16, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: Jan. 8, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: Jan. 24, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: March 14, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: April 15, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: June 6, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: Oct. 17, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: Nov. 22, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1871: Dec. 23, W. Bannerman to R.J.
Correspondence - 1872: Jan 17, B.F. Hunter to C.W. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1873: Jan 14, Mitchell to R.J. Bannerman
Correspondence - 1875: Dec. 26, W. Bannerman to mother
Correspondence - 1890: May 9, J.K. Phillips to W.F. Robertson
Genealogy
Invoices. 1865-1885
Iamonia Plantation Diary, 1846-1851
Miscellaneous (deeds, pension)
Newspaper--obituary. 1866
4 photos
2 plats
Iamonia Plantation Journal and Ledger, 1837-1861
Personal, Various. Originals. 1812-1854
Marriage agreement: Charles Seton and Matilda Sibbold. Dec. 1812
U.S. citizenship, Charles Seton. Nov. 1817
Charles Seton will (draft and official). Jan 1830
Appointment as executrix, Matilda Seton for Charles Seton. Aug. 1836
Seton Bible (notarized excerpt). Apr. 1854
Overdue note. June 1812
McQueen, Henry (free black) mortgage. July 1821
Power of Attorney, Andrew Tucker to Charles Seton. Jan 1819
Business, Various. Originals. 1818-1833
Promissory note, Charleston banks to Seton $1545.11, (2 copies- sawmill, land, and slaves). Jan. 1818
Mill grant, statement of ownership. May 1820
Evaluation of saw mill on Nassau River. Dec. 1820
Promissory note, Charleston banks to Seton, partial satisfaction $7,114.00, George Plantation. Jan 1821
Deed, Charles F. Sibbald to Charles Seton for two-thirds of saw mill and land. Sept. 1821
Promissory note, Sibbald to Seton, $1,060.00. Dec. 1823
Promissory note, satisfaction, McDowall to Charles Seton. June 1833
Estate of William O'Neil, Administrator Charles Seton. July 1825
Letter, Charles Henry to Charles Seton, re: notes collectible. Oct. 1826
Indenture to Charles Seton, land north of St. Augustine. June 1828
Promissory note, satisfaction. Nov. 1833
Estate of William Hobkirk, Administrator Charles Seton. Nov. 1829
George Long (minor-guardian Seton): 1) Letter, re-property, May 1815; 2) Articles of Agreement, Nov. 1816; 3) Estate, reference to sold negro man, Jan. 1818; 4) Estate of mother, Jan. 1820. 1815-1820
Articles of agreement, overseer for George Plantation (Transcription). Jan 1830
Business, Various. Originals. 1806-1873
Lots re-purchased by Seton family (5 documents). 1865, 1870, 1873
List of creditors of Charles Seton. 1806
Purchase agreement, Charles Seton Mayor of Fernandina. July 1825
False claim for sawmill grant (Transcription). Nov. 1829
Letter, M.V. Richards to George Seton, Esquire, New Orleans. July 1845
Account book. 1807-1809; 1814
Background on the Sánchez Family
Deed of Conveyance- Anastasia Island. 1824
Legal Documents (Spanish)- Santiago Sánchez. 1834-1835
Correspondence. 1838-1848
Correspondence. 1850-1870
Financial Documents. 1840-1870
History of Gainesville by E.C.F. Sánchez (manuscript)
History of Gainesville
History of Gainesville
E. C. F. Sánchez- Newspaper Clippings- Gainesville history
E. C. F. Sánchez- Newspaper Clippings- Miscellaneous (not dated)
Notice of Gift- From E. C. F. Sánchez to the Florida State Museum. 1925
E. C. F. Sánchez- Political Career
E. C. F. Sánchez- Political Career
E. C. F. Sánchez- "Municipal Club" (Gainesville) minutes and membership
Tally Sheet- Compensation to Claimants for Patriot War. 1812
Documents- St. John's County Tax Collection and Payments. 1829-1830
Documents- St. John's County Tax Collection and Payments. 1831
Documents- St. John's County Tax Collection and Payments. 1832
Tax Collection- Jackson County, Georgia (?). 1827
Biography of Colonel Thomas F. Hunt
Biography (typed) of Zephaniah Kingsley
Oversize Materials: Four items relating to land in Florida (ca. 1850)
Oversize Materials: Heirs of Thomas Forbes- Letters Patent on Land Grant
Vicente Sebastian Pintado Papers. Concessiones de Tierras (1817)
Mary Port Macklin Journal (1751-1823?)
Diary, Nov. 30, 1836 to Jan. 27,1837
Diary, Jan. 24, 1837 to Feb. 5, 1837
Diary, Nov. 14, 1837 to Feb. 17, 1838
Correspondence, 1834-1839
Diary, January 10, 1836 to January 7, 1837
Diary, January 8, 1837 to January 26, 1838
Diary, January 27, 1838 to January 17, 1839
Diary, April 5, 1842 to April 25, 1842
Joseph Rowe Smith Diary (1837-1840)
Diary of Captain Jos. R. Smith; ca. 1835-1840 and consolidated statements from officers' journals, ca. 1840
Catherine Hart Diary (1869)
James H. Edwards Diary (1889-1891)
Mattie Pillot Girl's School Essay Book (1885-1889)
Carolyn Eliza Williams Diary, 1811-1812
Louis P. Henop Journal (1854-1855)
Ann M. FitzRandolph Read Diary (Jan. 1, 1888 to Jan. 24, 1889)
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 1
Artwork for Territory of Florida
Maps for Territory of Florida
Edwin Smith Letterbook
U.S. Marshall Key West Letter Book (1849-1862)
Transcripts of Letters to Burton Bellamy
Transcript of John Richard's Observations and Play, 1848
Transcript of Martha D. Allen Log of the Okahumkee, 1874
Transcript of Diary, Nov. 14, 1837 to Feb. 17, 1838
Biographical and Provenance Materials
Misc. Documents
Correspondence: John King to W.M. Ives
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 2
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 3
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 5
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 4
Territory of Florida (Second Edition), 6
Florida Note Book
Photos: Sawyer Painting, with Wife, with Friends.
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Correspondence. 1893-1908, Not dated
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Correspondence- Gilliland Collection (Includes Photocopies and Transcriptions of Originals). 1895-1896, Not dated
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Frank Hamilton Cushing Memorial by Sawyer. Circa 1900
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Frank Hamilton Cushing Newspaper Clippings. 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Miscellaneous (Toast, Poem, Invoice, Notes). Circa 1895-1904
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Notes and Fragments by Sawyer. Circa 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Notes on Mound Builder and Expedition Discoveries. Circa 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Notes on the "Shell Hammock" Keys. Circa 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Sawyer's Draft Report from Field Notes- Miscellaneous Material. Circa 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Sawyer's Field Notebook. Circa 1895-1896
Pepper-Hearst Expedition: Sawyer's "The Treasure of Tarpon Unearthed After a Thousand Years". Circa 1895-1896
Photos from Florida Museum of Natural History
My Dear Daughter. July 11, 1873
No Salutation. 1860
My Dear Daughter. March 23, 1873
Swearingen, Joseph Van. Letters, 1834-1837
Smith, Capt. J.R. - Military Correspondence 1837-1844
Smith, Captain J.R. - personal correspondence, 1837 - 1840
Manuscript letter written by James, a Confederate soldier, to his sister, Nancy. Raleigh, North Carolina. April 9, 1865
Letters from "Nathan," Carleton Hotel, Jacksonville, on stationary, April 6-7 and July 15, 1879; Egmont Hotel, Fernandina, December 13, 1879. (4 letters)
Letter from an unknown correspondent to Sister Lib, Anthony Place, Florida, March 27, 1885. Writer is assistant Post Master and railroad agent; discusses conditions of small garden crop farm
Mason, James B. Letters 1833-1848. 2 folders.
Mason, James B. Letters 1833-1848. 2 folders.
Albert, James W. Letter to Col. James Taylor. Fort Myers, February 8, 1857
Betts, Frank. Letter to Robert Raymond. Apalachicola, March 13, 1839
Cooper, Samuel, and Franklin D. Callendar, and William Jenkins Worth. Letters 1841-1842.
Dougherty, Charles. Papers, 1878-1888. Letters to Miss Alice Carter, Holly Hill, Florida.
Gibbs, George Couper. Letter to James R. Aiken. Jacksonville March 19, 1855.
Hilton, Robert B. Letter to George McWhorter. Tallahassee. May 1, 1880.
Kain, W.A. Letters (2) of W.A. & P.C. Kain to Alexander R. Johnston. Apalachicola, 1847: March 2, 20.
Mallet, E.B. Letter to "Friend Thomas". Apalachicola, March 15, 1852.
Metcalfe, John Thomas, Lieut. Letter to Edwin W. Morgan. On board S.S. Charleston, St. Mary's, Georgia. March 3, 1839.
Miller, Alfred A. Letters to the bishop(s), addressee(s) unknown, from Tallahassee, December 26, 1853 and May 13, 1854.
Morton, Jackson. Letter to William A. Graham, Secretary of the Navy. Senate Chamber, July 3, 1852.
Munroe, Kirk. Letter to Mrs. Dickinson. Cocoanut Grove, March 18, 1888.
Nichols, William E. Letters to William E. Nichols from: A.A. Paither, Tavares, May 7, 1889; Warren Tyler, Bartow, June 10, 1889.
Rogers, Robert F. Working bulletin, a circular. Farmers State Alliance. No date.
Shackelford, M.L. Letter to Edwin W. Morgan. Ft. Heilman (Garrey's Ferry), January 27, 1838.
Smith, S.L. Letter to J.W. Richards. Jacksonville, Jan. 29, 1873.
Snow, Justin. Letter to Ansel B. Lyman. Newport, Florida. March 30, 1855.
Wallen, Elias. Letter to Abraham Bell & Co. Merchants St. Augustine. Feb. 12, 1837.
Watts, Arthur W. Letter to William H. McLellan. Pensacola. Oct. 1, 1850.
East Florida Seminary. Minutes 1850-1856.
Foster, John Gay. Letter to General Philip H. Sheridan. Tallahassee, August 6, 1865.
Ruskin, John. Letter of John Ruskin to Thomas Brown. Jasper, Florida, April 10, 1850. Also on the same page: Letter of Henry L. Stewart to C.W. Downing. Jasper, April 15, 1850.
Armstrong, James. Letters to C.S. Norton, Comd. U.S.S. "Albatross". Commandant's Office, Navy Yard, Pensacola, Florida. April 25 & 28, 1865.
Cory, J. Jr. Letters to Hon. Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of the U.S. Congress. Jacksonville, Fla. December 25, 1867 and undated.
Marvin, William, Gov. Various including address on the Early History of Florida.
Marvin, William, Gov. Various including address on the Early History of Florida.
1. Indian letter, undated. to Col. Davenport from "Strong Ground" (Pon-go-na-gee-Shish). Written by translator/interpreter whose initials are "S.M.P.". Postscript from "Hole in the Day"; 1 p.
2. Undated petition signed by 41 citizens of Madison County, Florida, appealing for more troops for protection against Indian attacks. Folio, 2 pp.
3. Citizen Reid to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], transmitting "Madison County Petition". Folio, 1p.
4. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for the above-mentioned petition. July 22, 1839. 1p.
5. R.K. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting the murder of a family East of the Oscilla River. March 11, 1839. 1p.
6. R. K. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], asking for one company of the 1st Infantry to be stationed at the Oscilla River; reference to murders of families residing in that area, and the escape of Indians from Capt. Rowell's volunteers. March 11, 1839.
7. R K. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], re-iterating requests for protection and asking that further posts be set up in the St. Augustine Road area for the purpose of scouting Indians. March 11, 1839, 2 pp.
8. R. K. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], recommending a company of regular troops under Capt. Byrd's command to be used in Florida. March 20, 1839. 2 pp.
9. R. K. Call Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to the army of volunteers in Florida. March 23, 1839. 3 pp.
10. R. K. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to 1st Infantry [Regiment] stationed at St. Marks. March 23, 1839. 2 pp.
11. Gov. Call to George H. Griffin, Asst. Adjutant Gen. U.S. Army, [ALS], regarding assignment to troops in Florida. March 24, 1839. 1p.
12. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to procurement of additional troops and volunteers. April 28, 1839. 2 pp.
13. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], requesting an immediate interview. May 18, 1839. 1p.
14. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], requesting an expedition against the "fugitive Creeks" and the necessary militia to be supplied. May 20, 1839. 3pp.
15. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, AL, requesting supplies to Capt. Bailey's post at Magnolia. May 21, 1839. 1p.
16. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to the necessity of maintaining an active militia in the Florida territory because of the situation with the Indians; reference to a difference of opinion between himself and Col. Davenport, and the latters recommendations. May 25, 1839. 2pp.
17. Report, [ALS], from Gov. Call to Col. Davenport regarding Indian attack. July 15, 1839. 1p.
18. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to Indian signs seen on the Ockoockonnee River. July 16, 1839. 1p.
19. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding Indian atrocities in Florida and giving his opinions on the protection needed and requested. July 17, 1839. 1p.
20. Gov. Call to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding the assignment of new troops for Florida and the supplies for them. July 22, 1839. 1p.
21. Gov. Call to Capt. Heinzelman, Asst. Qtr. Master, U.S. Army, [ALS], requesting supplies for troops in Florida. August 31, 1839. 2pp.
22. Acting Adjutant General Clark to Major Davenport, [AL], relative to building house for U.S. Agent for Indian Affairs. May 26, 1831. 1p.
23. Major Davenport to General Gaines, Fort Leavenworth, [KS.], June 8, 1831. 1p.
24. General Atkinson to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to quartering and other matters. July 9, 1833. 2pp.
25. Printed Order No. 30, from Asst. Adjutant General's Office, Memphis, Tenn. June 19, 1835. Signed 'Geo. A. Call'. 4pp.
26. Thomas Jesup to Major Stambaugh at Fort Snelling, [AL], regarding leases of sawmills. May 19, 1836. 1p.
27. Col. Davenport, draft of [ALS], to General Roger Jones regarding the distribution of supplies on Indian lands and registering his opposition to the law of 1834 as it applied to the situation in Florida. Nov. 4, 1836. 2 pp.
28. Col. Davenport to Commanding Officer at Fort Leavenworth, [KS.], [ALS], regarding methods of establishing peace between the Red Man and white man. A lengthy and interesting discourse on his reasons for establishing closely situated posts throughout the Indian Territory East of the Mississippi. Dec. 13, 1836. 4 pp.
29. Col. Davenport, draft of [ALS], to General Jones relative to the sawmills, and reference to in item 26 (Jesup to Stambaugh) Jan. 25, 1837. 1p.
30. Copy of ALS from James Buchanan to Joel Poinsett. Washington, March 10, 1837. 1p.
31. Adjutant General Roger Jones to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting request by the Secretary of War for Davenport's opinions on the matter of supplies to troops. March 17, 1837. 1p.
32. Adjutant Gen. Roger Jones to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to transfer of sawmills. April 17, 1837. 1p.
33. Printed General order No. 63, Adj. General's Office, Washington, Oct. 2, 1837; signed by Gen. Jones. 4 pp.
34. J. W. Hill, Asst. Adjunct General under Zachary Taylor, informing Davenport that he is shortly to report to North Florida and suggesting that he requisition the necessary supplies. March 20, 1838. 1p.
35. Col. Davenport to Brigadier General A. Atkinson, draft [ALS], stating his opinions on the [U.S.] Government's attitude toward the Indian situation. Written at Fort Armstrong, IL. June 10, 1838 (?). 4 pp.
36. Notice to Capt. J(?) of the 1st Infantry [Regiment] that 'K' Company, 2nd dragoons, stands ready to leave (for duty in Florida). Oct. 8, 1838. Signatures partially lost, fragile. 1p.
38. Capt. G. Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding order by General [Zachary] Taylor requesting conference meeting with the Indians. Nov. 10, 1838. 2 pp.
40-44. Letters and transcriptions relative to Lt. C.F. Wooster's assuming command at Fort Clinch. Jan. 1-8, 1839. 1p.
45. Asst. Adjunct General George Griffin to Col. Davenport, [AL], transmitting General Taylor's orders to fall back on Tampa Bay. Jan. 17, 1839. 1p.
46. George Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding Capt. Barker's command at Fort Clinch. Jan. 19, 1839. 1p.
47. George Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding Holatoochee and Indian guides. Feb. 12, 1839. 1p.
48. George H. Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relaying General [Zachary] Taylor's directive to "fall back" to Tampa Bay. Feb. 15, 1839. 1p.
49. George H. Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting Major General Macomb's approval of plan for military occupation. Feb. 15, 1839. 1p.
50. Report from L. Easton, Scout to Capt. George C. Hutter, [ALS], relative to scouting party from St. Andrews Bay along the Apalachicola River. Mentions Holate Emathla [Seminole] Indian Chief and other "Seminoles." Feb. 28, 1839. 1p.
51. Capt. George Hutter to Col. Green, [ALS], relative to scouting party and the Indian 'Tom'. March 2, 1839. 1p.
52. Report from A. Cady to Capt. Hoffman, [ALS], on results of scouting party to the Wakulla area. March 9, 1839. 4 pp.
53. Capt. Wm. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting murders committed near Sandy Ford. March 10, 1839. 2 pp.
54. Lt. Col. J. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to posts being established on the Auscilla. March 12, 1839. 1p.
55. A. Cady to Capt. Hoffman, [ALS], report of scouting party from Fort Auscilla in Patterson's Hammock (Monticello area). March 17, 1839. 6 pp.
56. Capt. E. G. Mitchell to Lt. Col. Plummer at Fort Wacissa, [AL]S, reports on Company 'G' stationed at Fort Roger Jones. March 18, 1839. 2pp.
57. Wm. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], making Fort Pleasant headquarters for his command. March 20, 1839. 1p., note: split at fold.
58. B.C. Edes to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], cover letter requesting Col. Davenport's signature on requisitions for supplies. March 20, 1839. 1p.
59. Capt. E.G. Mitchell to Lt. Col. Plummer, [ALS], report of scouting party. March 20, 1839. Folio, 2pp.
60. Wm. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of operations. March 21, 1839. 1p.
61. Capt. E.G. Mitchell's weekly report (mss.) of scouting activities from Fort Roger Jones. March 24 (25), 1839. 2pp.
62. A. Cady to Capt. Hoffman, [AL], report of scouting party. March 25, 1839. 3 pp. (including hand-drawn map).
63. Capt. Wm. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reports on results of scouting party lead by Mitchell and Cady. March 19-25, 1839 and March 26, 1839. 4 pp.
64. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to location of Capt. Hutter's command at St. Andrews Bay. March 29, 1839. 1p.
65. Capt. E.G. Mitchell's weekly report from Fort Roger Jones. March 31(April 1), 1839. 1p.
66. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of documents. March 31, 1839. 1p.
67. Col. Davenport, draft [ALS], charges and specifications preferred against Capt. Cady of the 6th [Infantry] Regiment relative to disobedience of orders. April, 1839. Folio, 1p.
68. Capt. Hoffman to Major W. Hoffman, [ALS], reporting Indian attack and scouting party. April 6, 1839. 4pp.
69. Lt. Col. J. Green to Col. Davenport, [AL]S, relative to "no intelligence received (of) the refugee Creeks". [April 6], 1839. 1p.
70. Note (Probably to Capt. Peyton), [ALS], regarding Indians sighted near the lighthouse on St. Marks, from a civilian (name illegible - see next item) April 7, 1839. 1p.
71. Benjamin Metcalf, Lighthouse Keeper, to Capt. Peyton, [ALS], reporting Indians and requesting assistance. April 7, 1839. 1p.
72. Lt. Charles S. Lovell to Major Hoffman, [ALS], report of scout. April 7, 1839. 2pp.
73. Capt. E. G. Mitchell's weekly report. April 8, 1839. 1p.
74. [Diary], Lt. S. Woods to Major Hoffman, reporting results of search made from Fort Noel. April 8, 1839. 6pp.
75. Report to Major Hoffman from Lt. J.B. Todd, [ALS], Fort Atkinson, search and Indian encounters. April 8, 1839. 2pp.
76. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of reconnaissance made by Indian runners while in search of the "refugee Creeks." April 8, 1839. 2pp.
77. Captain Jones to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of protection against Indian attacks at the Light house on St. Marks [Island]. April 8, 1839. 2pp.
78. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to Indian prisoners at St. Andrews Bay and requesting more suitable position for regimental headquarters. April 8, 1839. 2pp.
79. Major W. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting report of scouts. April 9, 1839. 1p.
80. Capt. Hoffman to Major Hoffman, [ALS], reporting on operations from Ft. Wacissa. April 13, 1839. 2pp.
81. Col. Davenport, [ALS (draft)], to General [Zachary] Taylor regarding the over-all situation of the troops in Florida. April 13, 1839. 5pp.
82. Lt. Col. S. Woods to Major Hoffman, [ALS], report of scout from Fort Noel. April 13, 1839. 1p.
83. Weekly report of Capt. E.G. Mitchell from Fort Roger Jones. April 15, 1839. 1p.
84. Lt. Charles S. Lovell to Major Hoffman, [ALS], report of scouts. April 14, 1839. 1p.
85. Lt. A.J. Field to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting departure of scouting party from Fort Noel. April 15, 1839. 1p.
86. Capt. R.D. Bradley to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], reporting Indian signs in the vicinity of Thos. Linton's plantation. April 16, 1839. Folio, 1p.
87. Capt. R.D. Bradley to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of operations at Linton's plantation. April 17, 1839. Folio, 1p.
88. Weekly report from Capt. E.G. Mitchell from Fort Roger Jones. April 21, 1839. 3pp.
89. Capt. Byrd to Major Hoffman, weekly report of operations April 15-22, 1839. Folio, 2pp.
90. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], re troop return. April 24, 1839. 1p.
91. Capt. W. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], reporting condition of his company at Sandy Ford. April 26, 1839. Folio, 1p.
92. Lt. Samuel Woods to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report from Fort Noel. April 27, 1839. 1p.
93. Capt. W. Hoffman to Major Hoffman, [ALS], operations report from Fort Wacissa. April 27, 1839. 1p.
94. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of official orders. April 30, 1839. 1p.
95. Capt. J.H. Byrd to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS] 'Company' operation report for week ending May 1, 1839. Folio, 2p.
96. Lt. Albartis to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report from Fort Macomb on Indian troubles ad requesting a 'citizens legion' for assistance. May 5, 1839. 3pp.
97. Capt., E.G. Mitchell's weekly report. May 5, 1839. 1p.
98. Lt. L. Easton to Col. J. Green, [ALS], report of exploration, St. Andrews Bay. May 5, 1839. 2pp.
99. Lt. L.E. Blake to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report on circumstances of death and injuries to men of the 6th [Infantry] Regiment, Fort Andrews. May 6, 1839. Marked "Unofficial." Folio, 3pp.
100. Col. Davenport to Brig. General R. Jones, draft [ALS], regarding the situation in Florida with respect to U.S. troop operations and requesting specific changes in orders. May 7, 1839. 4pp.
101. Maj. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting death of Lt. Hulbert. May 7, 1839. 1p.
102. Capt. Wm. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], reporting Indian attack on a family named Shaffers. May 8, 1839. Folio, 1p.
103. Capt. R. Bradley to Maj. Hoffman, [AL], report from 20 Mile Creek, Nelson's Pond, regarding the Indians. May 10, 1839. Folio, 2pp.
104. Capt. A. Cady to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], regarding scouting party. May 11, 1839. 1p.
105. Capt. James Belger to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report of scouting for Company 'I'. May 11, 1839. 1p.
106. Capt. Hoffman to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], regarding boundary lines, Fort Wascissa District. May 11, 1839. 1p.
107. H. Wood to Col. Green, [ALS], relative to Indian attack on civilians at Ricor (?) Landing. May 12, 1839. 1p.
108. Capt. E.G. Mitchell, [ALS], weekly report from Fort Roger Jones. May 12, 1839. 1p.
109. Lt. L. Woods to Major Hoffman, [ALS], relating Indian affairs at Fort Andrews. May 12, 1839. 1p.
110. Capt. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [AL], report. May 13, 1839. 1p.
111. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to "depredations" committed by Indians on the Apalachicola River. May 14, 1839. 2pp.
112. Col. Davenport [or General Jones], draft (or copy) of [ALS], regarding his opinions on the subject of supplying the troops and other military matters. Fort Snelling, May 15, 1839 (1837?). Folio, 4pp.
113. Capt. J. Byrd to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], operations report. May 15, 1839. Folio, 1p.
114. Capt. J. Byrd to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to attack by Indians on the widow Adam's house. Sent from Fort Macomb. May 17, 1839. 2pp.
115. Capt. A. Cady to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report from Fort Auscilla. May 18, 1839. 2pp.
116. Capt. W. Hoffman to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report on laying lines of western boundary, Wacissa district and other matters. May 18, 1839. 2pp.
117. Capt. R. Bradley to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report from Fort Downing, notes that his men have not been supplied with tents yet. May 18, 1839. Folio, 1p.
118. Capt. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], report of scouting. May 18, 1839. 1p.
119. Capt. E.G. Mitchell, [ALS], weekly report of scouting from Ft. Roger Jones. May 19, 1839. 2pp.
120. E. Tchinor to Col. Davenport, [ALS], instructions to order Company 'I', 2nd Dragoons, to Black Creek. May 19, 1839. 1p.
121. Capt. J. Hughes to Maj. Hoffman, "Diary" of Co. F, Fort Frank Brooke. May 20, 1839. 1p.
122. James Hudson (civilian) to Capt. George Hutter stating reasons why he thinks it urgent that the Army station troops in his district near the place where the Indians cross the Apalachicola River from St. Andrews Bay. Also gives advice that Indians have sent word they will take over that spot. May 21,1839. folio, 2 pp.
124. James Hudson (civilian) to Capt. Black commenting on survey of the area and again requesting need for establishing an army post against the attacks by the Indians. May 21, 1839. Folio, 2 pp. (NOTE: split at one fold, fragile).
125. H.R. Wood (civilian) to Capt. Hutton (sic) (Hutter) requesting assistance. May 22, 1839. 1p.
126. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport reporting his arrival at Tallahassee and referring to Davenport's instructions relative to movement of Capt. Hutter's command. May 23, 1839. 2pp.
127. Adjutant Gen. George Griffin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relaying Gen. Taylor's request for a concise report of all operations in Florida. May 23, 1839. 1p.
128. Capt. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS]. Report of scout along Auscilla River. May 25, 1839. Folio, 1p.
129. Capt. George Hutter to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report on reasons for not offering more relief because of the poor health of his company. May 25, 1839. 1p.
130. Capt. Hoffman to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS], reporting Troop guard of plantations along northern section, from Ft. Wacissa. May 25, 1839. 1p.
131. Capt. Mitchell's weekly report, [ALS]. May 26, 1839. 1p.
132. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Relating to removal of troops at St. Andrews Bay. May 26, 1839. 2pp.
133. Capt. R.D. Bradley to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of Indian attacks and death of two of his men. Requests that his company not be divided. May 27, 1839. Folio, 1p.
134. Richard Clark, Surgeon, to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Reporting on ill health of troops at Ft. Wacissa. May 29, 1839. 2pp.
135. Capt. Byrd to Col. Green, [ALS]. Report from May 23-29, 1839. Folio, 2pp.
136. Lt. Hunter to Col. Davenport, [ALS], requesting leave from Ft. Wacissa. May 30, 1839. 1p.
137. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of official communications. June 1, 1839. 1p.
138. Capt. Rowell to Maj. Hoffman, [ALS]. Report of scouting beyond mouth of Green Swamp. June 1, 1839. Folio, 1p.
139. Capt. Rowell to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS]. Report of scouting party. June 2, 1839. Folio, 1p.
140. Capt. Ivrett (?) to Col. Davenport,[ALS]. Monthly report, Ft. Lawson. June 2, 1839. 1p.
141. Capt. James Scott to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Report of scouting party. June 6, 1839. 2pp.
142. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding supplies. June 6, 1839. 1p.
143. Lt. A.J. Field to Col. Green, [ALS], requesting subsistence. June 6, 1839. 1p.
144. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Cover letter transmitting Capt. Mitchell's report. June 7, 1839. 1p.
145. Lt. Col. J. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Report on Indians seen near Ft. Pleasant. June 8, 1839. 2pp.
146. Capt. Rowell to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS]. Report of scouting party along the Auscilla. June 8, 1839. 1p.
147. Zachary Taylor to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. In hand of Adjutant Gen. George H. Griffin, regarding Gov. Call's request for Army troops to combat the Indians. June 12, 1839. 3pp.
148. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Cover letter transmitting Capt. Hoffman's report. June 13, 1839. 1p.
149. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Cover letter transmitting troop return. June 15, 1839. 1p.
150. Capt. Hutter to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Reports transport of 6 "fugitive Creeks" to Ft. Joseph. June 21, 1839. 1p.
151. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting death of Surgeon R. Clark and requesting new medical officer for Ft. Wacissa. June 30, 1839. 1p.
152. Capt. Belgen to Col. Green, [ALS]. Report of capture of Negro man belonging to Isiah Johnson of Tallahassee. Reports experiences with Indians in swamp at Steinhatchee. Copy to Col. Davenport. June 30, 1839. 3pp.
153. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS]. Report on captured Negro and Lt. Belger's report. July 1, 1839. 2pp.
154. Lt. Wm. Alvertis to Col. Green, [ALS], relative to securing a physician to attend to the sick troops at Ft. Macomb. July 1, 1839. 1p.
155. Zachary Taylor to Col. Davenport relative to militia supplies. In Adjutant Gen. Geo. Griffin's hand. July 6, 1839. 3pp.
156. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport relative to medical conditions and reporting on availability of physicians for Ft. Wacissa and Port Auscilla. July 6, 1839. 2pp.
157. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting district return and relating to matters concerning employment of physicians. July 10, 1839. 2pp.
158. Capt. Hoffman to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], reporting scout along Magnolia Road. July 13, 1839. 1p.
160. Capt. Wm. Days to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting Indian attack. July 14, 1839. 2pp.
161. Capt. Byrd to Capt. Days at Ft. Macomb, [ALS], report of Indian attack. July 14, 1839. 2pp.
162. Adjutant Gen. George Griffin to Capt. Gardiner, [ALS], relating General [Zachary] Taylor's reply to Gardiner's application to remain in command of Ft. Wacissa. Copy to Col. Davenport. July 16, 1839. 1p.
163. Capt. Days to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting Indian attack and murder of civilians. July 18, 1839. 2pp.
164. Maj. Mills, Surgeon, to Col. Green., [ALS], report of sick and dead. Copy to Col. Davenport. July 20, 1839. 2pp.
165. Lt. Belger to Col. Green, [ALS], report of two troopers killed by Indian attack. July 21, 1839. 2pp.
166. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting reports of Surgeon Mills and Lt. Belger regarding Indian tactics and requesting reinforcements at Ft. Brooke and Ft. Andrews. July 22, 1839. 2pp.
167. Joel Poinsett to Col. Z. Taylor, [ALS], referring to Indian attack and stating the necessity of increasing number of troops in middle Florida. Copy to Col. davenport by Asst. Adj. Gen. George Griffin. July 23, 1839. 2pp.
168. Asst. Adjutant Gen. Griffin to Col. Green, [ALS], transmitting orders from Gen. Taylor. Aug. 6, 1839. 2pp.
169. Asst. Adjutant Gen. Griffin under Zachary Taylor's command to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], reporting an Indian massacre and instructions of vigilance against further attacks. Copy to Col. Davenport. August 6, 1839. 2pp.
170. Asst. Adjutant Gen. Griffin to Lt. Col. Green transmitting Gen. Taylor's approval to the Gov. of Florida for establishment of 300 militia. August 14, 1839. 2 pages.
171. Lt. Whiddon to Lt. Col. Green. "Diary" of proceedings of detachment of Capt. Bradley's Company posted at Camp Brannon. August 15-21, 1839. 3pp.
172. R.D. Bradley, Capt.; diary of Company 'F' (M.V.), stationed at "Fort Industry". August 15-21, 1839. 2pp.
173. Capt. Dorr to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], report of attack on Private Pottinger. August 17, 1839. 1p.
174. Capt. Rowell to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], weekly report of scouting activities from Camp Marian. August 17, 1839. Folio, 1p.
175. Lt. C. Lovell to Lt. J. Fletcher reporting Indian signs. Aug. 18, 1839. 1 page.
176. Capt. Cady to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], report of scouting party. Aug. 18, 1839. 1p.
177. Capt. Door to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], report of Indians seen on the Tallahassee Road. Aug. 18, 1839. 2pp.
178. Lt. S. Woods to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], reports with suggestions on how best to "operate" against the Indians. Aug. 19, 1839. 5pp.
179. Lt. Col. Green to Capt. Heinzelman, [ALS], transmitting orders relative to mustering in 300 militia[man]. Aug. 21, 1839. 1p.
180. Lt. Manner (?) to Lt. Col. Green. Report of scouting activities, Ft. Sherrard, W. Fla. Aug, 24, 1839. 3pp.
181. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter transmitting copies of Gen. Taylor letter, etc. Aug. 25, 1839. 1p.
182. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter re reports from scouts. Aug. 25, 1839. 1p.
183. Capt. R. Bradley to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of scouting party around Patterson's Hammock. Aug. 26, 1839. 2pp.
184. Capt. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], operations report, Camp Gamble, North Florida. Aug. 26, 1839. 2pp.
185. Capt. R.D. Bradley to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], operations report and scout activity; Ft. Industry. Aug. 27, 1839. 2pp.
186. Lt. Woods to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of Indian skirmish; Ft. Andrews, North Florida. Aug. 30, 1839. 4pp.
187. Capt. Rowell to Lt. Col. Green, [ALS], report of scouting activities. Aug. 30, 1839. Folio, 1p.
188. Asst. Secy. of Labor, S. Cooper to Zachary Taylor, [ALS], authorizing the Governor of Florida to raise a militia force to be mustered in the U.S. Army. Copy to Col. Davenport. August 30, 1839. 1p.
189. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report from Ft. Auscilla. Aug. 31, 1839. 1p.
190. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of scouting activities Sept. 2, 1839. 1p.
191. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting Indian signs. Sept. 7, 1839. 1p.
192. Capt. G. Dorr to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reports no Indians seen; Ft. Noel, Sept. 8, 1839. 1p.
193. Capt. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], operations report. Camp Robert Gamble. Sept. 8, 1839. 2p.
194. Capt. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], operations report. Ft. Auscilla Sept. 14, 1839. 2p.
195. Capt. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting Camp Gamble. Sept. 15, 1839. 1p.
196. Lt. Monroe to Capt. Dorr, [ALS], report of Indian attack 3 miles from Ft. Noel. Sept. 17, 1839. p.
197. Capt. Dorr. to Col. Davenport, [ALS], weekly report Ft. Noel. Sept. 1, 1839. 1p.
198. Capt. R. Bradley to Col. Davenport, [ALS], Company report, Ft. Industry. Sept. 20, 1839. 1p.
199. R.M. Sherry, Jr. Surgeon. Report of number and conditions of men at Ft. Brooke. Sept. 20, 1839. 1p.
200. Capt. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report from Camp Gamble. Sept. 22, 1839. 1p.
201. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter transmitting report. Sept. 22, 1839. 1p.
202. Capt. G. Dorr to Col. Davenport. Report of some false accusation against one of the troops, Gov. Call's involvement with the case, etc. Sept. 22, 1839. 2pp. (see Lt. Monroe's letter of Sept. 17)
203. A.A. Dozier, Surgeon, to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report on state of health, Ft. Industry. Sept. 23, 1839. 1pp.
204. Lt. S. Woods to Col. Davenport, [ALS], Post report for the month of Sept. for Ft. Andrews. Sept. 30, 1839. 4pp.
205. M.O. Miles, Surgeon, to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of sick troops, and suggested measures for setting up hospital facilities at Ft. Lawson. Sept. 30, 1839. 1p.
206. Manuscript map.
207. Manuscript map.
208. Neil Campbell to Col. Davenport, "Diary" of company stationed at Ft. Industry. Report of civilian family murdered at Shell Point and subsequent scout. Oct. 1, 1839. 2pp.
209. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], operations report. Oct. 1, 1839. 1p.
210. Capt. George. Hutter to Col. Davenport, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of orders. Oct. 1, 1839. 1p.
211. Adjutant Ashton, 2nd dragoons, to Adj. Sherman of the 1st Infantry [Regiment]. Refers to deserters. Oct. 2 (?), 1839. 1p.
212. Lt. Wm. Grandin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting order from Gen. Taylor. Oct. 23, 1839. 1p.
213. Lt. Wm. Grandin to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to Gen. Taylor's views re Davenport being relieved of his present command, etc. Oct. 30, 1839. 3pp.
214. Lt. S. Woods to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting conditions at Ft. Andrews. Nov. 27, 1839. 2pp.
215. Capt. G. Hutter to Col. Davenport reporting good health of 3 companies. Dec. 1, 1839. 1p.
216. Capt. Hoffman to paymaster, Tallahassee, [ALS]; cover letter for muster. Dec. 1, 1839. 1p.
217. ALS from Paymaster, Tallahassee, to Col. Davenport. Dec. 2, 1839. 1p.
218. Asst. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Col. D. E. Twiggs transmitting order from Gen. Taylor. Copy to Davenport. Dec. 10, 1839. 1 page.
219. Asst. Adjutant Gen. Thomas to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to exchange of men. Dec. 26, 1839. 1p.
220. Lt. Wm. Albertis to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting field return. Ft. Macomb. Dec. 30, 1839. 1p.
221. Lt. S.B. Thornton to Gen. Taylor. Reports on picking site for militia post "Fort Bradeb". Jan. 2, 1840. 1p.
222. Manuscript map, Shell Point District. [n.d.]
223. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Capt. Bradley, [ALS], countermanding order relative to wagon train incident. Jan. 5, 1840. 1p.
224. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Lt. Todd,[ALS], transmitting orders for protection of supplies. Jan. 6, 1840. 1p.
225. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Lt. Wharton,[ALS], transmitting order to move command. Jan. 9, 1840. 1p.
226. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Col. Davenport, [ALS], transmitting order from Gen. Taylor. Jan. 11, 1840. 1p.
227. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Capt. B.L. Beall, [ALS], transmitting order from Gen. Taylor. Jan. 13, 1840. 1p.
228. Capt. E. D. Bullock to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to Lt. Thornton's called to court martial duty. Jan. 19, 1840. 1p.
229. Major Mackey to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to movement of supplies. Jan. 20, 1840. 1p.
230. Capt. E. D. Bullock to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to examination of the country in the Apalachicola River area. Jan. 22, 1840. 2pp.
231. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Capt. Gardiner, [ALS], transmitting orders from Gen. Taylor. Jan. 23, 1840. 2pp.
232. Lt. Hoffman to Col. Davenport, [ALS], reporting scouting activity and signs of Indians. Jan. 27, 1840. 2pp.
233. Col. Davenport. Order No. 4, draft [ALS],, relative to company operations. Jan. 27, 1840. 2pp.
234. Acting Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 5 relative to execution of campaigns against the "enemy." Jan. 27, 1840. 3pp.
235. Col. Davenport, draft of [ALS], (probably intended for Gen. Taylor or Col. Green) reporting on conditions of the war in Florida. Jan. 27, 1840. 4pp. (incomplete?)
236. Col. Davenport, draft of his order No. 3 relative to troop movements. Jan 27, 1840. 3pp.
237. Lt. S. Woods to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter transmitting troop return. Jan. 31, 1840. 1p.
238. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 10 regarding Capt. Brown's removing to Ft. Gadsen and other company movements. Feb. 15, 1840. 2pp.
239. Capt. Bullock to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], report of scouting activity. Feb. 15, 1840. 2pp.
240. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 12 regarding Co. 'B' of the 1st Infantry [Regiment]. Feb. 20, 1840. 2pp.
241. Col. Davenport, daft of Order (un-numbered and incomplete) dated Feb. 25, 1840. 1p.
242. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 14 relative to Col. Green's assignment of command. Feb. 25, 1840. 1pp.
243. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davennport's Order No. 13 relative to company movements and scouting matters. Feb. 25, 1840. 2pp.
244. Lt. Belgen to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of orders. Feb. 27, 1840.
245. Capt. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for Post return. March 1, 1840. 1p.
246. Capt. Miller to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], cover letter for troop return. March 1, 1840. 1p.
247. Lt. Easton to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for Post return. March 1, 1840. 1p.
248. Lt. Todd to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for Post return. March 3, 1840. 1p.
249. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 15 posting Capt. Hutter to Fort Stanbury. March 5, 1840. 1p.
250. Cover letter, [ALS], to Col. Davenport for Post return, Ft. Braden. March 6, 1840. 1p.
251. Lt. Crickson to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], cover letter for Post return. March 6, 1840. 1p.
252. Capt. Bradley to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], communicating reason for late returns. March 7, 1840. 1p.
253. Lt. Graham to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter transmitting Post return. March 8, 1840. 1p.
254. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 17 relative to companies of the 6th Infantry [Regiment]. March 9, 1840. 2p.
255. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 18 relative to Company "G", 6th Infantry [Regiment]. March 12, 1840. 2pp.
256. Capt. J. Brown to Col. Davenport reporting Company operations. March 15, 1840. 1 page.
257. Robert Raymond Reid, Gov. of Florida, to Col. Davenport, [ALS], regarding account for Bloodhounds from Cuba. Signed by Reid. March 17, 1840. 1p.
258. Account and/or Bill of Sale signed by John B. Collins, Quartermaster General, for 10 Cuban blood hounds delivered to Lt. Gen. George Wood and others for use in the territory of Florida. March 17, 1840. 1p.
259. Col. Davenport, draft of his General Order (unnumbered) dated March 9, 1840. 2pp.
260. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 19 regarding various company maneuvers against the Indians. March 19, 1840. 3pp.
261. Capt. Belgen to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], regarding company reports. March 23, 1840. 1p.
262. Lt. Col. J. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter relative to monthly troop return. March 23, 1840. 1p.
263. Asst. Adjutant Gen. C. Ruggles. Transcript of Col. Davenport's Order No. 20 regarding campaign against the Indians. March 24, 1840. 4pp.
264. Maj. T. Faunteleroy to Lt. Ruggles, [ALS], relative to receipt of orders. March 27, 1840. 1p.
265. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport. Transcript of letter received from Scout Alexander plus other scouting matters. March 30, 1840. 2pp.
266. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for regimental return. March 30, 1840. 1p. (NOTE: split at fold, FRAGILE).
267. Lt. Col. Green to Col. Davenport, [ALS], acknowledging receipt of orders. March 30, 1840. 2pp.
268. Capt. Brown, [ALS], cover letter transmitting Post return. April 1, 1840. 1p.
269. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Davenport, [ALS], cover letter for Post return. April 2, 1840. 1p.
270. Capt. Brown to Col. Davenport relative to building operation at his post (N. Fla.) April 5, 1840. 2 pages.
271. Testimonial of the Officers of the U.S. Army serving Middle Florida of their support for Col. Robert Gamble and his family. July 4, 1840. Signed by: Col. Davenport, Capt. Hoffman, A. Cady, Capt. Lamotte, Surgeon Charles McCormick. 1p.
272. Pay Master, Tallahassee, to Col. Davenport, relative to subscription of funds to present Col. Gamble and family with plate. July 25, 1840. 3pp, with list of subscribers.
273. Capt. A. Cady to Col. Gamble. Letter of presentation of plate to him and his family in respect of services and kindness' to the officers and men of the Army. Undated. 1p., with overleaf.
274. Col. Davenport, draft [ALS], to Gen. Jones (?) reporting Lt. Whiddon's death during an Indian attack. March 20, 1841. 1p.
275. Col. Davenport's copy, ALS, sent to General Jones in Washington stating his opinions regarding the Florida war and means of terminating it. Dated May 11, 1841. 7pp.
276. Asst. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Col. Davenport relative to the latter's request for a leave of absence. May 28, 1841. 1p.
277. Col. Wm. Worth to Col. Davenport, [ALS], report of operations. Refers to Coacoochee being "seized" by Major Childs. June 17, 1841. 3pp.
278. Col. Wm. Worth to Col. Davenport reporting actions taken against the Indians. June 23, 1841. 2 pp.
279. Asst. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas. Special Order No. 2 regarding Davenport's leave of absence. Aug. 2, 1841. 1p.
280. [ALS] from J.B. or B. Walker to Col. Davenport relative to settlement of Cedar Key accounts on estate which housed troops during Davenport's command, and other matters. Aug. 22, 1842. 4pp.
281. Capt. W.W. Bliss (aid to Gen. Taylor) to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to official Order. Aug. 17 (no year, possibly 1841 or 1842). 1p.
282. Col. Davenport, draft of [ALS], reporting condition in Florida. Approx. 3 pages, incomplete and un-dated.
283. Col. Davenport, draft of [ALS], reporting conditions in Florida. 3 pages, incomplete and un-dated.
284. Asst. Adjutant Gen. L. Thomas to Col. Davenport, [ALS], relative to Davenport's request for a muster. Davenport was then in Philadelphia. April 30, 1845. 2pp.
285. Pocket-size field diaries by Col. Davenport, in pencil, Nov. 1837 - March 1838.
286. Pocket-size field diaries by Col. Davenport, in pencil, Dec. 1839 - April 1840.
Pillans, William P., 1823-???? Letters, account book; from George Miller, August 24, 1874; from Robert Bullock, regarding John Rollins of the U.S. Land Office, Aug. 11, 1881; tax receipt, Marion County, 1882.
Gilbert, C.R. Letter, 1874: May 8.
Gruelle, N.R. Civil Engineer. Articles of Assoc., Gainesville Ocala & Charlotte Harbor R.R.; letters; certificate of health, Alachua County, 1888? (Yellow fever).
Moses E. Levy Correspondence. 1842-1852
Letters to Mrs. Yulee. 1845-1846
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1847-1848
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1848-1850
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1851-1854
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1855
Letter to Senator Levy from John Parsons, Feb. 22, 1849
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1857-1858
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1858-1859
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1860-1864
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1865
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1866
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1867-1869
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1870-1871
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1872-1874
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1881-1883
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1884-1885
Personal and Family Correspondence. 1886
Personal and Family Correspondence. (Dates Uncertain)
Nan Yulee to Husband, Both to Children (Dates Uncertain)
Sketch in Pencil (Profile) of David Levy Yulee; Lock of Hair Sent to His Daughter
Stephens, James Howard, 1825-1906. Original letters (8) 1870-1889. Also, a photocopy of the diary of George W. Howard, 1868.