45 items found
Keywords: "Reed, Harrison, 1813-1899" (All words)
Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Governor Harrison Reed, 1872

Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Governor Harrison Reed, 1872

Date
1872-05-04
Description
Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Governor Harrison Reed informing him that the Florida Senate had acquitted him of the impeachable charges pending against him.
Collection
Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Lieutenant Governor Samuel T. Day, 1872

Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Lieutenant Governor Samuel T. Day, 1872

Date
1872-05-04
Description
Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Lieutenant Governor Samuel T. Day informing him that the Florida Senate had acquitted Governor Harrison Reed of the impeachable charges pending against him.
Collection
Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Colonel John T. Sprague Regarding Readmission into the Union, 1868

Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Colonel John T. Sprague Regarding Readmission into the Union, 1868

Date
1868-07-02
Description
Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Colonel John T. Sprague, Union military official supervising the occupation of Florida, informing him that Florida had met the requirements set forth by Congress for readmission into the Union.
Collection
Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Lieutenant Governor William H. Gleason, 1868

Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Lieutenant Governor William H. Gleason, 1868

Date
1868-11-07
Description
Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Lieutenant Governor William H. Gleason asserting his authority as governor and his intention to continue acting as such until the impeachment proceedings pending against Reed reach a conclusion.
Collection
Manuscript Copy of "The Florida Negro" by the Florida Writers' Project, ca. 1938

Manuscript Copy of "The Florida Negro" by the Florida Writers' Project, ca. 1938

Date
1938 (circa)
Description
Manuscript copy of "The Florida Negro" with research and interviews documenting the history and experiences of Black Floridians. The manuscript includes interviews with formerly enslaved individuals, work songs and information about religion, communities, notable figures and other topics.
Collection
Portrait of Governor Harrison Reed

Portrait of Governor Harrison Reed

Date
1900 (circa)
Collection
Proclamation Appointing a Committee to Confer with Alabama Regarding a Transfer of Territory, 1869

Proclamation Appointing a Committee to Confer with Alabama Regarding a Transfer of Territory, 1869

Date
1869-02-03
Description
Proclamation by Florida Governor Harrison Reed appointing a committee to travel to Montgomery, Alabama to discuss ceding a portion of the Florida Panhandle to the State of Alabama.
Collection
Proclamation by Acting Governor Samuel T. Day Declaring His Authority as a Result of the Impeachment of Governor Harrison Reed, February 10, 1872

Proclamation by Acting Governor Samuel T. Day Declaring His Authority as a Result of the Impeachment of Governor Harrison Reed, February 10, 1872

Date
1872-02-10
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Acting Governor Samuel T. Day declaring that, as Governor Harrison Reed had been impeached by the General Assembly of the State of Florida, by virtue of the state constitution he (Day) was empowered to assume the office of acting governor until the Senate had either confirmed or rejected the Assembly's articles of impeachment.
Collection
Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Adopting a Great Seal for the State of Florida, August 11, 1868

Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Adopting a Great Seal for the State of Florida, August 11, 1868

Date
1868-08-11
Description
Handwritten proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed officially adopting a new Great Seal for the State of Florida, reciting the constitutional provision and legislation that required such adoption. The document includes an impression of the seal, likely one of the first ever made on an official state document.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
s577_b004_f06_28Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Governor Harrison Reed, 1872textImpeachments/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s577_b004_f06_28.jpg
s577_b004_f06_27Letter from Chief Justice Edwin M. Randall to Lieutenant Governor Samuel T. Day, 1872textImpeachments/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s577_b004_f06_27.jpg
s577_b004_f06_03Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Colonel John T. Sprague Regarding Readmission into the Union, 1868textReconstruction (US history, 1865-1877)/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s577_b004_f06_03.jpg
s577_b004_f06_06Letter from Governor Harrison Reed to Lieutenant Governor William H. Gleason, 1868textImpeachments/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s577_b004_f06_06.jpg
s32_reid-1839Letterbook of Governor Robert Raymond Reid, 1839-1841textSeminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842
Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842--Equipment and supplies
Florida -- Militia
Indians of North America -- Wars -- Florida
Florida. -- Executive Department -- Correspondence
Florida -- Politics and government
Appointments to Office -- Florida
Nominations to Office -- Florida
Extradition
Warrants (Law) -- Florida
Session laws -- Florida
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s1585_b003_f12_02Manuscript Copy of "The Florida Negro" by the Florida Writers' Project, ca. 1938textSeminole Indians
Creek Indians
Yamassee Indians
Mikasuki Indians
American Revolution (United States : 1775-1783)
American Civil War (United States : 1861-1865)
Second Seminole War (United States : 1835-1842)
Battle of Olustee (Olustee, Florida : 1864)
Music and folklore
Ethnicity, African American
Prisoners' songs
Songs, Blues
Folk music
Belief and custom
Folklore
African Americans -- Florida
African Americans -- Florida -- Interviews
Race discrimination -- Florida
Slavery -- Florida -- History -- 19th century -- Sources
Slave narratives -- Florida
New Deal, 1933-1939
African Americans -- Florida -- History
Constitutional Convention (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1868)
Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition
Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
KKK
Ku Klux Klan
May Day
Carnival -- Florida -- Escambia County -- Pensacola
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SL10938Portrait of Governor Harrison Reed Governors--Portraits/fpc/slade/sl10938.gif
s577_b004_f04_02Proclamation Appointing a Committee to Confer with Alabama Regarding a Transfer of Territory, 1869textBoundaries
Interstate agreements
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s577_b004_f09_01Proclamation by Acting Governor Samuel T. Day Declaring His Authority as a Result of the Impeachment of Governor Harrison Reed, February 10, 1872textProclamations
Executive power
Impeachments
Executive succession
Lieutenant governors--Powers and duties
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s577_b004_f04_07Proclamation by Governor Harrison Reed Adopting a Great Seal for the State of Florida, August 11, 1868textProclamations
Executive power
Seals (Numismatics)
Signs and symbols
Emblems, State
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