Andrews, Evangeline Walker, and Andrews, Charles McLean
1985, Jonathan Dickinson's Journal or, God's Protecting Providence. Being the Narrative of a Journey from Port Royal in Jamaica to Philadelphia between August 23, 1696 and April 1, 1697., Florida Classics Library, Port Salerno, Florida.
"Early Orange County Settler Finds Himself in Trouble with the Law", The Orlando Sentinel (daily newspaper), Sunday, September 11, 1994.
Avant, David A., Jr.
1985, Illustrated Index, J. Randall Stanley's History of Gadsden County, L'Avant Studios, Tallahassee, Florida.
1975, Orlando, A Centennial History, The Mickler House Publishers, Chuluota, Florida.
Baker, Henry A.
1976, "Archaeological Investigations at Fort Cooper, Inverness, Florida, Bureau of Historic Sites and Properties, Bulletin No. 5, Division of Archives, History, and Records Management, Florida Department of State, Tallahassee.
1853, Autobiography of an English Soldier in the United States Army Comprising Observations and Adventures in the States and Mexico, Stringer and Townsend, New York.
Bardon, Doris and Laurie, Murray D.
1991, Museums and More! A Guide to Florida's Cultural and Heritage Attractions, Maupin House, Gainesville, Florida.
1966, Reminiscences of the Second Seminole War, edited by John K. Mahon, University of Florida Press, Gainesville.
Blackard, David M.
1990, Patchwork and Palmettos, Seminole-Miccosukee Folk Art Since 1820, Fort Lauderdale Historical Society, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
"Florida's Seminole Tribe: The Resilient Runaways", FORUM, The Magazine of the Florida Humanities Council, Vol. XVI, No. 2, Fall 1992.
Blackman, William Fremont
1973, History of Orange County Florida, The Mickler House Publishers, Chuluota, Florida.
Blakey, Arch Fredric
1976, Parade of Memories, A History of Clay County, Florida, Clay County Bicentennial Steering Committee.
Board of County Commissioners, Suwannee County
1958, Suwannee County Centennial, September 28 to October 4, 1958, Souvenir Program.
Boone, Floyd E.
1988, Florida Historical Markers and Sites, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, Texas.
Bowles, William Augustus
1791, Authentic Memoirs of William Augustus Bowles, Arno Press and The New York Times. 1971 Reprint Edition.
Boyd, Mark F.
Florida Aflame, The Background and Onset of the Seminole War, 1835, Florida Historical Quarterly, XXX, (July 1951) 3-115.
Brown, Jr., Canter
1991, Florida's Peace River Frontier, University of Central Florida Press, Orlando, Florida.
The Florida Crisis of 1826-1827 and the Second Seminole War, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXXIII, (Apr. 1995) 419-455.
Brown, George M., Ord. Sergt., U.S.A.
Ponce de Leon Land and Florida War Record, 7th edition, 1902, The Record Co., St. Augustine, Florida.
Brown, M. L.
Notes on U.S. Arsenals, Depots, and Martial Firearms of the Second Seminole War, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXI, (Apr. 1983), 445-458.
Brown, Robin C.
1994, Florida's First People: 12,000 Years of Human History, Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida.
Brown, Tom O.
Locating Seminole Indian War Forts, Florida Historical Quarterly, XL, 310-313.
Bullen, Adelaide K.
1965, Florida Indians of Past and Present, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Bullen, Ripley P.
"Carved Owl Totem, DeLand, Florida", The Florida Anthropologist, Vol. 8, no. 3, (September 1955) 61-74.
Bullen, Ripley P., and Griffin, John W.
An Archaeological Survey of Amelia Island, Florida, The Florida Anthropologist, Vol. V, nos. 3-4, (December 1952) 37-64.
Bunker, George E.
1975, Swamp Sailors, University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Campbell, Richard L.
1892, Historical Sketches of Colonial Florida, part of the Floridiana Facsimile Series, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 1975.
1986, Holmsteading, The History of Holmes County, Florida, Rose Printing Company, Tallahassee.
1991, Washington, Florida's Twelfth County, Rose Printing Company, Tallahassee.
Clark, Agnew Hilsman
History of Stewart County Georgia, Volume II, with Family Histories Edited Annotated and Indexed by Agnew Hilsman Clark and Marean Moncrief Clark, Waycross, Georgia.
Cobb, Samuel E.
The Spring Grove Guards, Florida Historical Quarterly, XXII, (Jul. 1944), 208-216.
Coe, Charles H.
1898, Red Patriots: The Story of the Seminoles, part of the Floridiana Facsimile Series, University Press of Florida, Gainesville, 1974.
The Parentage and Birthplace of Osceola, Florida Historical Quarterly, XVII, (Apr. 1939), 304-311.
Cohen, Myer M.
1836, Notices of Florida and the Campaigns, part of the Floridiana Facsimile Series, University of Florida Press, Gainesville, 1964.
Coker, Edward C., and Schafer, Daniel L.
A West Point Graduate in the Second Seminole War: William Warren Chapman and the View From Fort Foster, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXVII, (Apr. 1990), 447-475.
Coker, William S.
The Papers and History of Panton, Leslie and Company, and John Forbes and Company, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXXIII, (Jan. 1995), 353-358.
1990, Cabeza de Vaca's Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America, 5th printing, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
Covington, James W.
The Establishment of Fort Brooke, Florida Historical Quarterly, XXXI, (Apr. 1953) 273-278.
The Indian Scare of 1849, Tequesta, # XXI, 1961, 53-64.
The Florida Seminoles in 1847, Tequesta, # XXIV, 1964, 49-58.
"The Yamassee Indians in Florida: 1715-1763", The Florida Anthropologist, Vol. 23, no. 3, (September 1970) 119-128.
1982, The Billy Bowlegs War, 1855-1858, The Final Stand of the Seminoles Against the Whites, The Mickler House Publishers, Chuluota, Florida.
Billy Bowlegs, Sam Jones, and the Crisis of 1849, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXVIII, (Jan. 1990) 299-311.
1993, The Seminoles of Florida, University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Craig, Alan, and McJunkin, David
"Stranahan's: Last of the Seminole Trading Posts", The Florida Anthropologist, Vol. 24, no. 2, June 1971.
Craig, Alan K., and Peebles, Christopher S.
Captain Young's Sketch Map, 1818, Florida Historical Quarterly, XLVIII, (Oct. 1969), 176-179.
Fort King, Florida Historical Quarterly, V, (Jan. 1927) 139-152.
Davis, T. Frederick
The Seminole Council, October 23-25, 1834; and, Letter of Colonel James Gadsden on the Seminole Council, Florida Historical Quarterly, VII, (Apr. 1929) 330-356.
"United States Troops in Spanish East Florida, 1812-1813"; Part I, Florida Historical Quarterly, IX, (Jul. 1930), 3-23. Part II, IX, (Oct. 1930), 96-116. Part III, IX, (Jan. 1931), 135-155. Part IV, IX, (Apr. 1931), 259-278. Part V, IX, (Jul. 1931), 24-34.
Denham, James M.
"Some Prefer the Seminoles": Violence and Disorder Among Soldiers and Settlers in the Second Seminole War, 1835-1842, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXX, (Jul. 1991), 38-54.
Dibble, Ernest F.
Captain Hugh Young and His 1818 Topographical Memoir to Andrew Jackson, Florida Historical Quarterly, (Jan. 19), 321-346.
Jacob Houseman of Indian Key, Tequesta, VIII, (1948) 3-19.
Drake, Samuel G.
1880, Aboriginal Races of North America, 15th edition, Hurst, New York.
DuBois, Bessie Wilson
1981, The History of the Loxahatchee River, Southeastern Printing Co., Stuart, Florida.
Dysart, Jane E.
Another Road to Disappearance: Assimilation of Creek Indians in Pensacola, Florida, During the Nineteenth Century, Florida Historical Quarterly, LXI, (Jul. 1982), 37-48.
Ervin, William R.
1983, The Seminole War, Prelude to Victory, 1823 - 1838, W.andS. Ervin Publishing Co., Holly Hill, Florida.
Eyster, Irving R., and Brown, Darlene
1976, Indian Key, Jeannie's Magic Printing, Long Key, Florida.
Fishburne, Jr., Charles C.
1982, Of Chiefs and Generals, A History of the Cedar Keys to the End of the Second Seminole War, Sea Hawk Publication, Inc., Cedar Key, Florida.
Flanigan, James C.
1943, History of Gwinnett County, Georgia, Volume I, Tyler and Company, Hapeville, Georgia.
Florida Department of Military Affairs
Special Archives Publication Number 72, State Arsenal, St. Francis Barracks, St. Augustine, Florida.
Special Archives Publication Number 149, State Arsenal, St. Francis Barracks, St. Augustine, Florida.
"Letters of Samuel Forry, Surgeon, U.S. Army, 1837-1838"; Florida Historical Quarterly, Part I, VI, (Jan. 1928), 133-148; Part II, VI (Apr. 1928), 206-219; Part III, VII, (July 1928), 88-105.
Francke, Jr., Arthur E.
1977, Fort Mellon, 1837-42: A Microcosm of the Second Seminole War, Banyan Books, Miami.
1986, Coacoochee, Made of the Sands of Florida, An Account of a Once-Free Seminole Chief Presented in Free Verse, E.O. Painter Printing Company, DeLeon Springs, Florida.
1989, Secondary Scenarios of the Second Seminole War, n.p.
Francke, Jr., Arthur E., and Dickison, Alexander K.
1991, A Sightseeing Tour of Seminole County Historic Sites, Traveling Around Seminole County, Seminole County Tourist Development Council, Florida.
Fundaburk, Emma Lila
1958, Southeastern Indian Life Portraits, A Catalogue of Pictures, 1564-1860, American Bicentennial Museum, Fairhope, Alabama.
Garbarino, Merwyn S.
1989, Indians of North America, The Seminole, Chelsea House Publishers, New York and Philadelphia.
General James Jackson Chapter, D.A.R.
1942, History of Lowndes County, Georgia, 1825-1941, Valdosta, Georgia
Gibson, Lillian Dillard
1978, 1558-1978, Annals of Volusia, Birthplace of Volusia County, printed and published by R. Alex Gibson at Volusia, Florida.
Gonzalez, Thomas A.
1932, The Caloosahatchee, Miscellaneous Writings Concerning the History of the Caloosahatchee River and the City of Fort Myers, Florida, Koreshan Unity Press, Fort Myers, Florida.
Gray, James M.
1978, Forts of Florida, Florida Historical Research Foundation.
Griffin, John W. and Smith, Hale G.
1948, The Goodnow Mound, Highlands County, Florida, Containing a Report on the Skipper Site, Florida Board of Forestry and Parks.
Grismer, Karl H.
1950, Tampa, A History of the City of Tampa and the Tampa Bay Region of Florida, St. Petersburg Printing Co., Inc., Florida.
Hanna, Alfred Jackson
1936, Fort Maitland, Its Origin and History, The Rollins Press, Winter Park, Florida.
Hanna, Alfred Jackson, and Hanna, Kathryn Abbey
1948, Lake Okeechobee, Wellspring of the Everglades, The Bobbs-Merrill Company Publishers, Indianapolis and New York.
1980, The River of the Long Water, The Mickler House Publishers, Chuluota, Florida.
Hutchison, Ira A.
Some Who Passed This Way, (No publication page. History of Bay County and St. Andrew area.)
Hutchinson, Janet, and Paige, Emeline K.
1987, History of Martin County, Florida Classics Library, Port Salerno, Florida.
1948, The History of Brooks County, Georgia, Hannah Clarke Chapter, D.A.R., Quitman, Georgia.
"Jacksonville and the Seminole War, 1835-36"; Florida Historical Quarterly, Part I, Vol. III, (Jan. 1925), 10-14. Part II, Vol. III, (Apr. 1925), 15-21. Part III, Vol. IV, (Jul. 1925), 22-30.
Jumper, Moses, and Sonder, Ben (and General Editor Alex Haley)
1993, Osceola, Patriot and Warrior, Steck-Vaughn Company, New York.
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