University of South Carolina
Chiefly correspondence re Henry Summer's law practice; including diary, 4 Feb. - 23 Mar. 1837, kept by Summer describing travel from Newberry, S.C. to Charleston, S.C., by train and then by boat to St. Augustine, Fla., during second Seminole War; topics include local sights, social activities, churches attended in Charleston; and comment on his use of the train, "What a triumph of art is this mode of travelling"; mention of his companions Judges [John Belton] O'Neall and [Andrew Pickens?] Butler; mention of national politics and progress of the war; description of St. Augustine and the Fort; and deaths of his brothers, "Both ... were buried with military honors."; and return to Newberry
University of South Carolina
Civil War letters to "Dear Friend" Hannah B. Abell, Colchester, Ct., dating chiefly from late Dec. 1862 until Pvt. Abell's death and documenting his military service with the Seventh Connecticut Volunteers in coastal South Carolina, Florida, and Virginia
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Henry Strachey papers contain the incoming and outgoing correspondence of British politician Henry Strachey, primarily concerning Strachey's personal life, activities in North America, plantation in Florida, and political matters. Also included are copies of scattered financial and legal documents and two volumes of reports from colonial governors to the Earl of Dartmouth (1773), which Strachey had copied around 1776
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, information on genealogy, statement of assets, deeds, and expense account
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Minutes, charters, bylaws, membership yearbooks, pamphlets, and other printed materials, relating to St. Augustine Branch activities and American Association of University Women
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letters, deeds, petitions, and newspaper clippings
New London County Historical Society
Manifest, clearance, and cargo, from New York to Block Island for sloop Emeline (1818); letter from Gurdon Bill & Co. sending pork to be sold for rum and cash (1819); bill of sale to Stoddard, of sloop Favorite (1819); agreement to charter sloop Favorite from Wilmington to St. Augustine (1821); clearance, Savannah, Ga., of sloop Favorite with cargo of cotton and rice to St. Augustine (1821); together with three school rewards of merit for a descendent of Stoddard (ca. 1850)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Letters to family members describing the area around St. Augustine, Fla., and Civil War events
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
This collection consists of four land patent documents for Leon and Columbia Counties in Florida, and date between 1826 and 1844. Certificate number 588, issued by the United States of America Land Office at Tallahassee, to David Thomas of Florida, covers a described acre of land in the Territory of Florida containing eighty acres. The document bears the U.S.A. seal and was signed by John Quincy Adams, President of the United States on May 1, 1826. On the other side, in manuscript, it shows that for a consideration of $200.00 the deed was, on July 24, 1826, transferred to Joseph W. Field of Leon County, Florida. Below that is a certification by C. Nicholas, Clerk of the Court of the Territory of Florida, Leon County, that the deed was on July 24, 1826, recorded in book A, page 36. (Original MSS 0-160). Certificate number 6026, issued by the United States of America Land Office at Tallahassee, to Daniel J. Atkinson of Florida Territory, dated July 28, 1838. (Original MSS 0-161). ... Read More
Florida State University - Special Collections Department
Typescripts -- This collection consists of two photocopied typescripts. The first is entitled, From Loyalists to rebels: Panton, Leslie and Company and John Forbes and Company, by William S. Coker. This paper was read at the St. Augustine meeting of the Conference Group for Social and Administrative History on "Loyalists and American Loyalism," February 7, 1975, and was to be published with other papers from that conference. The other typescript is, Enterpreneures in the British and Spanish Floridas, 1775-1821, by William S. Coker. This paper was read at the second Florida American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (FARBC) meeting in Miami Beach, June 1, 1973, and was to be published with other papers from that meeting

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