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Keywords: "Brown, Thomas, 1785-1867" (All words)
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Constitution of the State of Florida, 1838

Constitution of the State of Florida, 1838

Date
1839-01-11
Description
The Constitution of 1838 forming the state of Florida. Delegates of the Territory of Florida convened in St. Joseph and passed this constitution in preparation of the territory joining the United States as a state.
Collection
Gadsden County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880

Gadsden County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880

Date
1880
Description
Mortality schedule for the United States Census of 1880 for Gadsden County documenting persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880.
Collection
Governor Thomas Brown

Governor Thomas Brown

Date
1849 (circa)
Collection
Hamilton County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880

Hamilton County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880

Date
1880
Description
Mortality schedule for the United States Census of 1880 for Hamilton County documenting persons who died during the year ending May 31, 1880.
Collection
Land Grant from the Upper Creeks, Lower Creeks and Seminoles to Thomas Brown, 1783

Land Grant from the Upper Creeks, Lower Creeks and Seminoles to Thomas Brown, 1783

Date
1783-03-01
Description
On March 1, 1783, several "Kings and Warriors" representing Upper Creek, Lower Creek and Seminole towns affixed their names and family marks to a document granting British Indian Agent Thomas Brown substantial territory west of St. Augustine, Florida. The Indian delegation honored their "father and friend" for leading them into battle against the Americans with a grant of land extending from the Amajura River, now known as the Withlacoochee, to the St. Johns River. This document, found among records related to Fatio v. Dewees (1838), represents an enclosure originally submitted by H. Lee IV to Florida territorial judge Augustus Brevoort Woodward in September 1824. Lee sought Woodward's assistance in securing claim to property purchased by his father, General Henry Lee, from Thomas Brown in 1817.
Collection
Leon County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1870

Leon County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1870

Date
1870
Description
Mortality schedule for the United States Census of 1870 for Leon County documenting persons who died during the year ending June 1, 1870.
Collection
Letter from B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby to Governor Thomas Brown, 1853

Letter from B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby to Governor Thomas Brown, 1853

Date
1853-02-25
Description
Letter from B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby, a group of students at the University of Virginia, to Florida Governor Thomas Brown expressing their interest in coming to Florida to volunteer for military service against the Seminoles.
Collection
Letter from Governor Thomas Brown to B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby, 1853

Letter from Governor Thomas Brown to B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby, 1853

Date
1853-03-09
Description
Reply letter from Florida Governor Thomas Brown to B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby, a group of students at the University of Virginia, telling them he "admires" their willingness to come help expel Billy Bowlegs and the Seminoles from Florida, but as governor he has not authority to organize a military force.
Collection
Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting the Information Required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 5th Ultimo, in Relation to the Instructions Given to the Commissioners for Negotiating with the Florida Indians, &c. &c., 1826

Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting the Information Required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 5th Ultimo, in Relation to the Instructions Given to the Commissioners for Negotiating with the Florida Indians, &c. &c., 1826

Date
1826-02-06
Description
A collection of correspondence between government officials in Florida and Washington, D.C. regarding the settlement of Native Americans in the territory of Florida and other matters, including the Treaty of Moultrie Creek (1823). The correspondence dates from April 7, 1823 to December 26, 1825.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s1317Constitution of the State of Florida, 1838textConstitutional history -- Florida
Constitutional law -- Florida
Public law
Constitutions
Florida -- Politics and government
Constitutional Convention (Saint Joseph, Fla. : 1838)
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GV000210Former governor Thomas Brown with his daughter MagFathers and daughters--Portraits
Ex-governors--Florida--Portraits
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s548_mortality_gadsden_1880Gadsden County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880textCensus data
Mortality
Death--Causes--Statistics
/FMP/mortality-census/thumbnails/s548_mortality_gadsden_1880.jpg
N027013Governor Thomas BrownGovernors--Florida--Portraits/fpc/general/n027013.gif
s548_mortality_hamilton_1880Hamilton County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1880textCensus data
Mortality
Death--Causes--Statistics
/FMP/mortality-census/thumbnails/s548_mortality_hamilton_1880.jpg
s49_b0484_w864_01Land Grant from the Upper Creeks, Lower Creeks and Seminoles to Thomas Brown, 1783textLand grants
Native Americans
Seminole Indians
Mikasuki Indians
Poarch Band of Creeks
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s1202_mortality_leon_1870Leon County Mortality Schedule for the Federal Census of 1870textCensus data
Mortality
Death--Causes--Statistics
/FMP/mortality-census/thumbnails/s1202_mortality_leon_1870.jpg
s2153_b006_f60_02Letter from B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby to Governor Thomas Brown, 1853textSeminole Indians/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s2153_b006_f60_02.jpg
s2153_b006_f60_01Letter from Governor Thomas Brown to B. A. Vaughan, T. S. Rogers and T. B. Goldsby, 1853textSeminole Indians/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s2153_b006_f60_01.jpg
flc_970.1-u58t-1826-no74Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting the Information Required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 5th Ultimo, in Relation to the Instructions Given to the Commissioners for Negotiating with the Florida Indians, &c. &c., 1826textSeminole Indians
Native Americans
Indians of North America -- Florida
Seminole Indians -- Treaties
Cherokee Indians
Choctaw Indians
Creek Indians
Mikasuki Indians
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