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1823. Various Writings remembrances of R.K. Call

1823. Various Writings remembrances of R.K. Call

Date
1823
Description
1823. Extracts from a diary of Richard Keith Call. First excerpt, talks of St. Augustine. 2nd excerpt, description of Appalachee. Page 1 speaks of town of Appalachee and history of Indians, discusses the Narvaez and DeSoto expeditions. Page 4 recounts Indian discussion regarding General Jackson's invasion of Florida and how the Brittishers make Indians bad. General Jackson catches them and brings them to San Marcos. He kills them. The Indian tells Call a tale of an Indian maiden named Malie, who mourned the death of one the young men. Page 6-15 describes an adventure with a young Indian guide looking for the fountain of youth in St. Mark's. Page 16 describes a visit with a Chieftain Chief Emathlochee. Page 19- describes what he thought were scalps in the lodgings. Page 23 discusses the Indian village of Anhayea or Tallahassee Old Field that was home of the Appalachee Indians. Pages 22,25-27 are missing. Page 29 talks of the Treaty of Jackson and the Agent Hawkins. Page 33 Speaks of Indians characters. Page 34 says he's in the woods like an Arab Chief. Call discusses living among Indians, that traders and their credit systems. Also comments that a Creek woman's husband becomes a slave to her family. Page 34-77 discusses Seminole/Creek relations and General Jackson's invasion of Florida.
Collection
1824-1829. Fragments of a letter believed from R.K. Call to unknown recipient regarding Construction of Forts

1824-1829. Fragments of a letter believed from R.K. Call to unknown recipient regarding Construction of Forts

Date
1824
Description
1824-1829. Fragment of a letter in R.K Call's handwriting regarding the construction of forts.
Collection
1825-1836. Letter to R.K Call from Mary Call his wife speaks of travels to husband.

1825-1836. Letter to R.K Call from Mary Call his wife speaks of travels to husband.

Date
1825
Description
1825. Letter to R.K. Call from Mary Call regarding the travels of her travels and husband
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1825. Fragments of letter possibly written by Call regarding withdrawal of agreement.

1825. Fragments of letter possibly written by Call regarding withdrawal of agreement.

Date
1825
Description
Fall 1825. Fragment of a letter in R.K Call's handwriting withdrawing an agreement made.
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1826.Letter to Colonel White from Call regarding duel arrangements

1826.Letter to Colonel White from Call regarding duel arrangements

Date
1826
Description
1826. To Colonel White from R.K Call regarding duel arrangements.
Collection
1827. Deeds of sale regarding Salves to Don Francisco Ferregoa from Antonio Huertas

1827. Deeds of sale regarding Salves to Don Francisco Ferregoa from Antonio Huertas

Date
1827
Description
Deeds of sale regarding slaves from Don Francisco Ferregoa from Antonio Huertas
Collection
1833. Partial letter to unknown recipient from R.K. Call

1833. Partial letter to unknown recipient from R.K. Call

Date
1833
Description
1833. Part of a letter in R.K. Call's handwriting to unknown. Regarding his candidacy. It appears to be a letter written by another party who is also a candidate.
Collection
1835. Anonymous letter to R.K. Call concerning actions of officers at St. Marks toward an Indian

1835. Anonymous letter to R.K. Call concerning actions of officers at St. Marks toward an Indian

Date
1835
Description
St. Marks, 1835. Anonymous letter to R.K. Call concerning N.W. Walked and Indian affairs. St. Marks, Shell Point. Mentions Hendry Hand Walker and en event that occurred on July 16 the Orlockney River at Old Spanish Fort. Walker traded with an Indian. Walker had turkey, the Indian had bees wax. This was an act of treason. They gave the Indian food and whiskey. They wanted answers to questions. Captain Walker ordered the Indian killed. Captain Walker scalped the Indian Isa Purfoy, James, Loftton of the Sopehoppy River. named others involved with the murder i.e. Coleman. Durance, Loure, Cuthburt, Howard, Stottely. Old Captain Dillini of St. Mark's, Bridger, Tucker, Cook, the interpreter, O'Conner, Dunn, John Stokely orderly sergeant.
Collection
1838. Major Gardiner to Governor Call. Composite of letter to Call regarding Wahoo Swamp

1838. Major Gardiner to Governor Call. Composite of letter to Call regarding Wahoo Swamp

Date
1838
Description
Major Gardiner to Governor Call 1838. Composite of letter to Call regarding Wahoo swamp.
Collection
1842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call

1842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call

Date
1842
Description
No date. Letter from R.K. Call to Ellen Kirkman. Relates information regarding children, Ellen's schooling and politics.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
rkc0131823. Various Writings remembrances of R.K. Calltext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0141824-1829. Fragments of a letter believed from R.K. Call to unknown recipient regarding Construction of Forts text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0201825-1836. Letter to R.K Call from Mary Call his wife speaks of travels to husband.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0191825. Fragments of letter possibly written by Call regarding withdrawal of agreement.text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0211826.Letter to Colonel White from Call regarding duel arrangements text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0241827. Deeds of sale regarding Salves to Don Francisco Ferregoa from Antonio Huertastext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0321833. Partial letter to unknown recipient from R.K. Call text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0381835. Anonymous letter to R.K. Call concerning actions of officers at St. Marks toward an Indian text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0601838. Major Gardiner to Governor Call. Composite of letter to Call regarding Wahoo Swamptext/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
rkc0701842 Letter to Mrs. Ellen Kirkman from R. K. Call text/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/rkcall.jpg
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