2 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Geographic Term contains "Port Saint Joe "
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Correspondence Between J. L. Sharit and W. T. Cash, 1938

Correspondence Between J. L. Sharit and W. T. Cash, 1938

Date
1938
Description
Letter from Joe L. Sharit, general chairman of the Florida Constitution Centennial Commission, to W. T. Cash, state librarian, requesting Cash join the commission. Cash replies and accepts the invitation.
Collection
Copy of Letter from Sam S. Silbley to Governor William Dunn Moseley Concerning Defense of Florida During Mexican War, 1846

Copy of Letter from Sam S. Silbley to Governor William Dunn Moseley Concerning Defense of Florida During Mexican War, 1846

Date
1846-06-15
Description
A copy of a letter to Governor William Moseley from Sam S. Sibley in which Sibley advises the governor about the defenses needed throughout the state to protect against a potential attack from Mexico during the Mexican War. Sibley outlines the number of men needed for adequate defense and the amount of weapons the governor needs to request from the U.S. government in order to protect the state during an attack.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s1505_b009_f04_x01Correspondence Between J. L. Sharit and W. T. Cash, 1938textLibrarians
Anniversaries
Celebrations -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Memorials -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Historic sites -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
Monuments -- Florida -- Gulf County -- Port Saint Joe
State libraries
Public officers
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s2153_b004_f07_01Copy of Letter from Sam S. Silbley to Governor William Dunn Moseley Concerning Defense of Florida During Mexican War, 1846 textFlorida -- Militia
Mexican War, 1846-1848
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