2 edition of Florida during the Civil War. found in the catalog.
Florida during the Civil War.
John Edwin Johns
Bibliography: p. 243-258.
|LC Classifications||E558 .J6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 265 p.|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||63017302|
During the Civil War, envelopes illustrated with symbols showing the sender's patriotism were popular. This envelope, printed in New York, displays an anti-Confederate message: a devil figure has seized the Florida seal, while an angel of the Union prays for the state. (Collections of the Museum of Florida History). Information from various sources including the book Soldiers of Florida. For web site information Email Ron Thompson Ron Thompson.
Just like the “Civil War” series that Graham writes, this series also features what the Civil War did to romances had during the s. The war pitted brother against brother, father against son; and in one of these novels, husband had to choose either his country or his wife. Florida Civil War, 35 works Search for books Borrow. Borrow. Read. Read. Borrow. Photographs from Pensacola Norman W. Haines Read. Confederate Florida William H. Nulty Read. Florida during the Civil War John Edwin Johns Read. Miscellaneous Florida CSA , 2 books Heather Graham, 2 books William H. Nulty, 1 book Ianthe Bond Hebel.
American Civil War, four-year war (–65) fought between the United States and 11 Southern states that seceded to form the Confederate States of America. It arose out of disputes over slavery and states’ rights. When antislavery candidate Abraham Lincoln was elected president (), the Southern states seceded. Florida and the Civil War provides online access to primary sources about the American Civil War from the collections of the Department of Special & Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Library, University of Florida.. Florida had the smallest population of any state in the Confederacy in and stood at the far edge of conflict. Yet Floridians were at the center of most of the .
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Thunder on the River: The Civil War in Northeast Florida is serious history. Professor Daniel L. Schafer caps his career at the University of North Florida with a rich narrative covering the little-noticed war that came to northeast Florida after the opening shots at Fort Sumter/5(5). "Florida In The Civil War" by authors Lewis N.
Wynne and Robert Taylor (publishedpages) is an excellent but brief overview of the history of Florida's participation in the Civil War as a state in the Confederate States of America/5(10). The Civil War in Florida This bibliography lists some of the published works we hold on the Civil War in Florida.
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When the American Revolution ended inEngland returned East Florida to the Spanish to keep control of Gibraltar. Florida would become a United States Territory inand was named a state in During the Civil War, Florida seceded from the Union, which is probably why its role in the American Revolution has been minimized.
The Truth About Florida’s Civil War History Field of Study years ago a brutal battle in the Civil War was fought in Florida but what happened that day has been obscured by political games.
Transfer of Florida; The Seminole Wars; Florida's Role in the Civil War: "Supplier of the Confederacy" Reconstruction Florida's Economy Booms; Growth of Florida's Railroads; Spanish-American War for Cuba's Independence; Florida's Land Boom; Great Depression and the New Deal; Florida During World War II.
Johns, John E. Florida During the Civil War. Gainesville: University of Florida Press, ; reprint, Macclenny, Florida: R. Ferry Publishing, Proctor, Samuel, ed. Florida: A Hundred Years Ago. Coral Gables: Florida Library and Historical Commission Civil War Centennial Committee, (A day-by-day listing of Civil War events in Florida).
The Battle of Olustee, or the Battle of Ocean Pond, was fought in Baker County, Florida on Febru This battle was the only major battle fought in Florida during the Civil War. It all began when General Truman Seymour was ordered to bring his troops to Jacksonville and disrupt the Confederate Army’s food supply.
Florida in the Civil War. Although the experiences of Florida’s troops in the Confederate armies of Northern Virginia and of Tennessee has been rather well treated by historians, the overall experience of the state in the Civil War has been rather neglected, a matter which this volume makes an effort to address.
FLORIDA UNDER CIVIL STRIFE THE CIVIL WAR AND RECONSTRUCTION IN FLORIDA THE ROAD TO SUCCESSION FOR FLORIDA. Florida 's plantation economy and Southern population tied the state to the other Deep South states on the slow road to succession. There would be opposition from some Floridians, but with the rise in the North of the abolitionist movement and.
Civil War Memorials in drive-able order: 1. Yellow Bluff Fort Monument. Address: New Berlin Rd., Jacksonville, FL Confederate monument erected to mark the Yellow Bluff Fort. The monument was erected and dedicated to the Confederate defenders of Jacksonville during the Civil War by the United Daughters of Confederacy.
“The Smallest Tadpole’s War in the Land of Mysterious Waters chronicles life in North Florida during the antebellum and Civil War times.” Tallahassee Democrat, March 4, Based on a true story, it is part of the Florida Special Collection at The State Library of Florida, UF Smathers Library and FSU Strozier Library.5/5.
The Union Army learned of the Florida salt works soon after the war began, and one Union officer said their destruction would be a greater blow to the Confederacy than the fall of Charleston.
The Jackson County War represents the best in local history, providing students as well as scholars with a meaningful examination of violence during the turbulent post-Civil War era. This book is a must-read for everyone who is interested in learning more about grassroots Reconstruction in Florida.
Matthew Gallman is a professor of history at the University of Florida. His most recent book, Defining Duty in the Civil War: Personal Choice, Popular Culture, and the Union Home Front (), won the Bobbie and John Nau Book Prize in American Civil War Era History. Matthew C.
Hulbert: 1. James McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom (). Ross Lamoreaux talked about the history of the Civil War in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.
He responded to questions from members of the audience. “The Civil War in Tampa Bay” was a. This book may be the only general history of Florida in the Civil War in print. That alone gives it some merit. The book covers a variety of aspects beyond the battles in Florida such as blockade operations, minorities, Unionists, and Reconstruction/5.
Florida was the 3rd state to secede from the North and became a separate state from the union. By February Florida and six other southern states had formed a new government, the Confederate States of America.
Union troops refused to leave Ft. Pickens when Florida seceded and the first major battle of the war was fought at Bull Run in Virginia.
The book explores the history of the area before and during the early years of the war and the history of the regiment including information on any engagements the 1st Florida Union Cavalry participated in (locations - then and now, regimental opponents, victors, list of men known to participate and summaries of the engagements).
Recommended Reading: Florida in the Civil War (FL) (Civil War History). Description: Less than two decades after joining the Union, Florida became the third state to secede and join the newly formed Confederate States of America in.
Bookstores specializing in Civil War. Looking for civil war books? hosts over of the finest online book stores and booksellers, including specialists in civil war. Use the list below to locate a specific specialist bookseller or book store near you. During the Civil War, Florida was the third state to secede from the Union.
Beginning in the late 19th century, residents of Northern states flocked to Florida to escape harsh winters. In the 20th.St. Mary's River and Fernandina harbor, Florida ScaleLC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), From its Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, showing progress of the survey during the year (Washington, Government Printing Office, ).