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Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Subject is exactly "Loyalty"
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Letter from Buckner Harris to the Legislative Council of the Republic of East Florida, 1814

Letter from Buckner Harris to the Legislative Council of the Republic of East Florida, 1814

Date
1814
Description
Buckner Harris, director of the Republic of East Florida, calls on the Legislative Council of the Republic of East Florida to appoint a minister plenipotentiary to visit Washington and offer both the cession of the Republic to the United States and the services of men as soldiers against enemies of the U.S.
Collection
Letter from Wilson Conner to United States Secretary of State James Monroe, 1814

Letter from Wilson Conner to United States Secretary of State James Monroe, 1814

Date
1814-03-15
Description
Letter from East Florida Minister Plenipotentiary Wilson Conner to U.S. Secretary of State James Monroe explaining his delay in carrying out his mission to Washington. Conner was selected to deliver the Republic of East Florida's offer to cede its territory to the United States and assist the U.S. military. The letter states that Conner passed along his official documents to Monroe from Louisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, where he would wait for Monroe's response.
Collection
Petition to the United States Congress Signed by 105 Citizens of the District of Elotchaway, 1814

Petition to the United States Congress Signed by 105 Citizens of the District of Elotchaway, 1814

Date
1814-01-25
Description
A petition signed by 105 citizens of the District of Elotchaway in the Republic of East Florida offering to cede their territory to the United States and provide military services to aid the U.S. in the War of 1812.
Collection
Resolution Ceding the District of Elotchaway in the Republic of East Florida to the United States, 1814

Resolution Ceding the District of Elotchaway in the Republic of East Florida to the United States, 1814

Date
1814-01-25
Description
A resolution written by Francis Sanchez, president pro tempore of the Legislative Council of the Elotchaway District, appointing Wilson Connor as minister plenipotentiary and resolving that he should go to Washington to extend the District's offer to cede to the United States.
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n2013-6_b001_x07Letter from Buckner Harris to the Legislative Council of the Republic of East Florida, 1814TextLegislative councils
Patriotism
Loyalty
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n2013-6_b001_x08Letter from Wilson Conner to United States Secretary of State James Monroe, 1814TextPatriotism
Loyalty
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n2013-6_b001_x06Petition to the United States Congress Signed by 105 Citizens of the District of Elotchaway, 1814TextPatriotism
Loyalty
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n2013-6_b001_x05Resolution Ceding the District of Elotchaway in the Republic of East Florida to the United States, 1814TextLegislative councils
Patriotism
Loyalty
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