2 edition of Spanish manuscripts of the Florida state historical society found in the catalog.
Spanish manuscripts of the Florida state historical society
Robertson, James Alexander
|Statement||by James A. Robertson...|
|Contributions||Florida state historical society, De Land., American Antiquarian Society.|
|LC Classifications||Z6621.F66 R|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||30010592|
Volume 5 of Spanish Land Grants in Florida: Briefed Translations from the Archives of the Boards of Commissioners for Ascertaining Claims and Titles to Land in the Territory of Florida, Florida. State Library Board: Author: Florida Historical Records Survey: Contributors: Commissioners for Ascertaining Claims to Lands in West Florida (U.S. UNM's Manuscript holdings are particularly strong in Colonial Spanish American Sources, 20 th Century Mexican and Guatemalan sources and Visual and Musical resources. Also notable are travel related manuscripts and personal or institutional collections addressing other parts of Author: Suzanne Schadl.
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Historical Manuscripts. Medieval charters, holograph royal letters, sailing charts from the Age of Exploration, letters patent of nobility, illuminated Bibles, books of hours, choir books, as well as celebrated historical, scientific, and literary manuscripts are but a few of the treasures to be found in the manuscript collection.
For over years, the Florida Historical Society's mission has been to collect, preserve and publish materials relating to the rich and diverse history of our state. The research library was officially begun in and consisted of only a few library resources.
One of the first items donated to the FHS research library was a first edition of La Florida del Inca, owned by. The Florida Historical Society is an organization that promotes the study of the history of orated inthe Society collects, preserves and publishes materials relating to the history of Florida and its denizens.
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Manuscripts. The library also conserves one of the largest and most important collections of 16 th through 19 th century Latin American and Philippine historical manuscripts and documents in the United States.
Many are of great historical significance, such as the “Acts” of the Town Council of Santiago de los Caballeros (Antigua), Guatemala, for the years –, which chronicle the. The Historical Society of Palm Beach County” ― Robert Yost, Late to the Party in the Roaring Twenties and That Tropical Paradise Called Florida 0 likes.
Florida Historical Society, Cocoa, FL. 23K likes. The Florida Historical Society is the oldest cultural organization in the state, and the only state-wide historical society BrevardFL /5(). JANE LANDERS. Black Society in Spanish Florida.
Forward by Peter H. Wood. (Blacks in the New World.) Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, Pp. xiv, $ Introduction: Black Society in Spanish Florida is the first book written by Jane Landers, colonial Latin Americanist, historian of the Caribbean and the Hispanic southeast, and.
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Iron County Historical Society, Collection, ca. (R) 10 folders, photocopies This is a group of miscellaneous papers from the collections of the Iron County Historical Society.
Included are "Iron County Yesterdays," essays on the Plank Road and the Whitworth Store, and a summary history of the Pilot Knob Iron Company. OCLC Number: Notes: "Three hundred and twenty-five copies of this book have been printed for the Florida state historical society by the Yale university press.".
The first extensive study of the African American community under colonial Spanish rule, Black Society in Spanish Florida provides a vital counterweight to the better-known dynamics of the Anglo slave South.
Jane Landers draws on a wealth of untapped primary sources, opening a new vista on the black experience in America and enriching our understanding of the powerful links between race /5(7).
State Defense Council of Florida Collection The Stephens-Bryant Family Papers (formerly known as the Stephens Collection or the Bryant-Stephens Collection) include valuable material on topics in the social and economic history of Florida, the South, and the United States of America.
The Florida Historical Society, founded inis one of the oldest historical societies in the country with records dating back to the s. Manuscripts, rare books, photographs, postcards, maps, ephemera, and a special collection of WPA records. the Florida State Author: Mary Rubin.
S-W. These bibliographies were compiled to help librarians and their patrons locate the most usable histories of each of Florida's 67 counties. Materials are generally available through interlibrary loan from the circulating collection of the State Library.
Those only found in the non-circulating Florida Collection are marked with an asterisk (*). The Italians in Colonial Florida: A Repertory of Italian Families Settled in Florida Under the Spanish (, ) and British () Regimes; With a Brief Historical Outline, And an Appendix on The Contemporary Colonial Press (Jacksonville, FL: The Drew Press, ), by Bruno Roselli (page images at HathiTrust).
The mission of the State Historical Society of Missouri is to collect, preserve, publish, exhibit, and make available material related to all aspects and periods of Missouri history.
SHSMO also seeks to generate interest in and appreciation of the rich cultural heritage of. The Alma Clyde Field Library of Florida History, Florida Historical Society. Brevard Ave. Cocoa, FL The Florida Historical Society, founded inis one of the oldest historical societies in the country with records dating back to the s.
Publications of the Florida State Historical Society, Volume 1 [Florida State Historical Society] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Publications of 5/5(1). The Florida Historical Quarterly, published by the Florida Historical Society, has been in publication sinceand Tequesta, from the Historical Association of Southern Florida, since A number of local societies also publish useful periodicals.
For a listing, see. The following is a sortable table of U.S. state and federal district historical societies and history museums. The P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History is one of the state's most important archives for preserving and documenting Florida's past and present.
At the core of the Florida collection is the private library of Philip Keyes Yonge (), Pensacola businessman and civic leader, as expanded and built by his son Julien Chandler Yonge ().Author: James Cusick. (ISSN ) is published quarterly by the Florida Historical Society, Brevard Avenue, Cocoa, FL in cooperation with the Department ofHistory, University of Central Florida, Orlando.
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"Dedicated to Preserving Florida's History" The purpose of The Florida Historical Society is to mark and preserve historic places, acquire items with antique or historical value, to preserve them in or near original form as possible and make these items available for the benefit and education of the public.
Winner of the Patrick Smith book award from the Florida Historical Society. Florida at War. This book is a collection of essays on different aspects of Florida's important role in WWII.
Brevard County History to Brevard County History to by John M. Eriksen. Joseph Mills White Anti-Jacksonian Floridian. The New-York Historical Society 2 West 77th Street New York, NY Almy, John J.
Papers, 3 volumes and 15 items Argus, USS Records, 2 items Army and Navy Club of New York Records, Bainbridge, William Papers, 3 volumes and items Barclay, Thomas Papers, Thomas Barclay was a British agent for American prisoners of war.
11 boxes and. The University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC) hosts more than outstanding digital collections, containing over 14 million pages, covering over 78 thousand subjects in rare books, manuscripts, antique maps, children's literature, newspapers, theses and dissertations, data sets, photographs, oral histories, and more for permanent access and preservation.
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The Historical Society of North Brevard runs the museum. Artifacts back to Col. Titus & early Titusville, including a newspaper archive. Historical clothing and textiles. Domestic, work and business tools. Citrus & space artifacts Cemetery information books on local and state history. City Directories, Middle and High School : Mary Rubin.
Albert Simons Papers, ; Barnwell Family Papers; Burton L. Padoll Papers, ; Charles Cross Collection of Buchenwald Concentration Camp Photographs, Author: Chris Yates. From inside the book not shown. Other editions - View all. Florida Historical Quarterly, Volume 1 Florida Historical Society Full view - Florida Historical Quarterly, Volume 2, Issues command Cooking for Hands Cotton New ground council court Dade Daphne Destino East Florida fair Wind N.
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The Archives are housed at the society’s Old St. Luke’s Hospital, Palmetto Street, and portions of the Florida Casket Factory. Our images are available for purchase. Contact us for rates. The Jacksonville Historical Society staff and volunteers will conduct research for.
The Research Library of the St. Augustine Historical Society specializes in local history, Florida colonial history and genealogy. The collection includes maps, photographs, vertical subject files, church records, city government records, manuscript collections, circuit court records, and biographical files.
For the first time since Spanish conquistadors claimed La Florida years earlier, all of the Atlantic coast of North America was finally under the control of Great Britain. THE SPANISH COLONIAL SYSTEM. Florida was part of the huge and complex Spanish mercantile empire, regarded with jealousy by the rest of Europe for its size and wealth.
Florida was a Royal colony like all Spanish colonies. Florida was the lawful property of the Spanish Crown and all appointments and decisions belonged to the King, his advisors, and the Council of the Indies in Havana. "The Spanish Manuscripts of the Florida State Historical Society," by James A.
Robertson. American Antiquarian Society, Gift of the Society. Gift of Frederick W. Dau, New York, N. Y.: A Florida Sketch Book, by Bradford Torrey, ; Petals Plucked from Sunny Climes, by Silvia Sunshine, ; Florida: Its Scenery, Climate.
During the latter half of the 19th cent., Cubans rebelling against Spain received sanctuary and aid in Florida, and the state enthusiastically supported and profited economically from the Spanish-American War (), in which Tampa was the chief U.S.
base. Florida's relationship with Cuba has become even closer in the 20th cent.State Historical Society of North Dakota - Archives - Archives Holdings - Archives and Manuscripts - Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - Search With the most recent information regarding COVID, we are temporarily closing the North Dakota Heritage Center & State Museum, State Archives, and all state historic sites to the.Florida Historical Society.
Additionally, the Spanish Land Grant Index and scans are available. New York Public Library Digital Collections. This digital library contains many stereopticons related to St. Augustine as well as some manuscripts and book material.
Digitized menus from the Ponce de Leon, Alcazar, and Cordova hotels can be found.