5 items found
Keywords: "Seminole" (All words), Collection ID is exactly "6"
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 1 Item: 2

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 1 Item: 2

Date
Description
Letter, February 24, 1819, Robert Baylor to Captain Richard K. Call, 3 pp., regarding Andrew Jackson: ''the immortal Jackson will reign in the hearts unrivalled of generations unborn . . .''; ninety percent of Americans are ''firm friends of Jackson'' despite attempts by some Congressmen and cabinet officials to censure him for his punitive expedition into Spanish East Florida. Urges Call to ''emulate the military virtues of your great chief'' in the First Seminole War. Mentions execution of British traders Arbuthnot and Ambrister.
Collection
CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 14 Item: 14

CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 14 Item: 14

Date
Description
Letter, March 28, 1896, William N. Sheats, Secretary and State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Education Department, State of Florida, Tallahassee, to Ellen Call Long, Tallahassee, 1 p., reporting a resolution adopted by the State Board of Education requesting ''Mrs. Ellen Call Long to complete and publish her histories of Florida and the Seminole War, works much needed by the schools of the State and the general public.''
Collection
CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 30 Item: 1

CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 30 Item: 1

Date
Description
Jane Brevard Darby scrapbook: Poem, n.d., 9 pp. plus cover page, in the form of a printed pamphlet, entitled ''San Louis,'' about ''the remains of an old and extensive Spanish fort'' west of Tallahassee, which, ''the last stronghold of Spanish chivalry, was itself invested and after a most bloody and terrific assault, fell into the hands of the savages. . . upon this spot some awful and unexpected calamity, the result too of war, smote the Indian race. In proof of this it is only necessary to mention that even as late as the cession of Florida, the Seminoles could not be induced by any consideration whatever, to pass by its ruins alone. . .'' Pamphlet is inscribed, ''Presented to Miss Mary Call By her sincere friend Lucien [last name illegible].''
Collection
CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 40 Item: 4

CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 40 Item: 4

Date
Description
News clipping, n.d. entitled ''Coacoochee's Vision,'' by Caroline Mays Brevard, from an issue of the Florida Flambeau, regarding a Seminole's vision of his deceased sister.
Collection
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CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 1 Item: 2CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 1 Item: 2/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/callbrevard.jpg
CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 14 Item: 14CALL FAMILY PAPERS - Box: 1 Folder: 14 Item: 14/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/callbrevard.jpg
CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 30 Item: 1CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 30 Item: 1/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/callbrevard.jpg
CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 40 Item: 4CALL FAMILY PAPERS (continued) - Box: 3 Folder: 40 Item: 4/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/callbrevard.jpg
OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 11 Folder: 4 Item: 1OVERSIZED (continued) - Box: 11 Folder: 4 Item: 1/fpc/memory/omeka_images/thumbnails/callbrevard.jpg
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