Florida History Online -- Credits
New World in a State of Nature: John and William Bartram Travel the St. Johns River, 1765-1766.
New World in a State of Nature: British Plantations and Farms on the St. Johns River, East Florida, 1763-1784.
"Everything carried the face of Spring": Biscayne Bay in 1772
The Indian Frontier in British East Florida: Spanish Correspondence Concerning the Uchiz Indians, 1771-1783
The Indian Frontier in British East Florida: Letters to Governor James Grant from Soldiers and Indian Traders at Fort St. Marks of Apalache 1763 - 1784
Smyrnea: Dr. Andrew Turnbull and the Mediterranean Settlement at New Smyrna and Edgewater, Florida, 1766-1777
Civil War Letters of Dr. Seth Rogers, Surgeon First South Carolina Volunteers Renamed the 33rd United States Colored Infantry in February 1864
The Civil War in Florida: The 33rd, 34th, and 21st United States Colored Infantry Regiments in Northeast Florida
The Civil War in Florida: Colonel James Montgomery's Raids in Northeast Florida
Virtual St. Augustine: Upwardly Mobile Minorcans and Florida's First Beachside Development
Teachers Guide for Florida History Online