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New World in a State of Nature: British East Florida

Bartram's painting of a sandhill crane

John and William Bartram Travel the St. Johns River, 1765-1766

William Purcell's map detail of  Beauclerc Bluff Plantation

British Farms and Plantations on the St. Johns River, 1763-1784

Indigo Cultivation: Life at Governor James Grant's Villa Plantation

Rice Cultivation: Creating Governor James Grant's Mount Pleasant Plantation

William Bartram's drawing Colocasia

"Everything carried the face of spring": Biscayne Bay in 1772

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Smyrnea: Dr. Andrew Turnbull and the Mediterranean Settlement at New Smyrna and Edgewater, Florida, 1766-1777

Map of Fort St. Marks at Apalache

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

Ft. Saint marks

The Indian Frontier in British East Florida: Spanish Correspondence Concerning the Uchiz Indians, 1771-1783.

Florida and the Civil War

Civil War Letters of Dr. Seth Rogers, Surgeon  First South Carolina Volunteers

Civil War Letters of Dr. Seth Rogers, Surgeon
First South Carolina Volunteers
Renamed the 33rd United States Colored Infantry in February 186
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Montgomery's Raids in Florda, Georgia, and South Carolina

Colonel James Montgomery's Raids in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina

The 33rd, 34th, and 21st United States Colored Infantry Regiments in Northeast Florida

Virtual St. Augustine: Documents and Narratives of the Ancient City

map

Upwardly Mobile Minorcans and Florida's First Beachside Development

Guides for Teaching Florida History Online

Sailing down the St. Johns River near Mandarin

Teacher’s Guide For Florida History Online