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Title: Florida a hundred years ago (index)
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Creator: Proctor, Samuel
Florida Civil War Centennial Committe
Florida Library and Historical Commission
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee, Fla.
Publication Date: April, 1966
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INDEX


FLORIDA


A HUNDRED YEARS


FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE
1960 1963



FLORIDA LIBRARY AND HISTORICAL COMMISSION
1963



STATE LIBRARY


TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


Adam G. Adams, Chairman
208 Valencia Avenue
Coral Gables, Florida 33134


AGO


April, 1966












INDEX



FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO

Published by
FLORIDA LIBRARY AND HISTORICAL COMMISSION

Tallahassee, Florida


LEGEND:
J-January My-May S-September
Art--Artillery Cav.-Cavalry Div.-Division F-February Je-June 0-October
Batt.-Battalion Co.-Company Sch-Schooner M-March JI-July N-November
Brig.-Brigade Conf.-Confederate St.-Steamer A-April Au-August D-December
Brit.-British CSS-Confederate States Ship USS-United States Ship (July 1963 Page 3 = JI-63-3)


A
Abell, Henry F .... -- F-62-1; 0-64-4; N-64-3
Abell's Art. ----------------- N-64-3
Adams, Adam G. -------- A-61-4; Je-65-6
Adams, H. A., USN ..........-------------..A-61-1;
A-61-2; My-61-2
Adams, Tom -------------------Je-65-6
Addison, A. J. ------------------Jl-64-1
Addison, William .......---------------Au-63-2
Adela, Brit. st. ------------Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3
Adela, English prize st -------------- Au-64-3
Adela, USS -------...S-63.4; 0-63-2; N-63-1;
My-64-2; My-64-4; 0-64-2; N-64-2
Agnes, Brit. sch. -----------N-62-4
Alabama, Conf. sch. -------------A-63-3
Alabama, Conf. st. ...--------Au-63-1; Au-63-3;
S-63-2; D-64-2
Alabama and Florida RR. Co. --..Au-63-1
Alachua County -. A-61-1; Je-61-2; Au-64-1;
Au-64-2; Au-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-1; D-62-1;
D-62-3; A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-4; N-64-3
Alachua County RR. Co. ----------F-61-1
Alachua Guards -----------------J1-61-1
Alachua Rebels ..---------------..A-62-2
Alachua Trail ------------------J1-64-5
Albatross, USS ------------------ N-62-3
Albermarle, USS ---------------D-64-2
Albury, J. ------------------J.65-1
Alderman, Union man from Marianna_-J-64-2
Alert, Conf. sch. ----------------F-62-4
Alexander, G. W. ---------------My-63-4
Alice Vivian, Conf. blockade runner -Au-63-3
Alicia, Brit. sch. ---------------- D-62-2
Allen, Benjamin F. --------D-60-1; J-63-3;
M-63-2; Je-63-3; N-63-3; D-63-2
Allen's Bluff ------------------My-63-3
Allen, Harvey A. -----------N-63-2
Alice Price, U.S. sch. -------------J-64-3
Allapaha River ------------------J-65-1
Alligator Bay ------------------Je-63-3
Alligator Harbor -----------------F-62-2
Allison, Abraham K ...... ---- N-64-3; A-65-1;
A-65-2; A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-3; My-65-4
Almy, John J---. -----------Au-62-4
Alsop, Judge -------------------- J-65-2
Alsop, William ------------------0-62-4
Alsop, Union guide ---------------F-64-2
Alston, Kilcrease Art .----. --------- S-63-1
Alum Bluff -------------- Je-62-1; N-62-3
Alvarado, US cargo ship -- Jl-61-2; Au-61-1
Amaker, A. Perry --------------- -F-61-1
Amanda, US bark ------...My-62-3; Au-62-2;
N-62-1; J-63-1; Je-63-2; My-63-4; Je-63-1;
Je-63-3
Amaranth, cargo ship -------------S-63-4
Ambler, D. C. -----------------M-65-2
Ambler, Daniel Griffith -----------M-65-2
Ambler, William Griffith ----------M-65-2
Amelia Island ....-----------......M-62-1; Je-61-1;


Jl-61-2; Au-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-2; N-61-2;
J-62-1; J-62-2; J-62-3; F-62-3; F-62-4;
M-62-2; A-62-2; Je-62-4; Au-62-3; S-62-4;
N-62-1; Je-64-2
Amelia River -------------------Je-64-3
America racing yacht -------------M-62-4
American Revolution -------------Je-62-3
Amos, Charles ----------------- M-65-4
Amos, J. M. --------------------N-63-2
Amos, W. B. ------------------ Je-64-4
Anclote Keys -----Je-63-4; My-64-4; Jl-64-2;
J1-64-4; 0-64-2; D-64-3; J-65-1; J-65-4
Anclote River ------------------Jl-64-4
Anderson, Charles W. ...------------- A-63-1
Anderson's Div. Conf. ------------My-64-3
Anderson's Inf. Co. ---------D-63-3; D-63-4
Anderson, George ----------------0-63-3
Anderson, James ---------------My-64-2
Anderson, James Patton --- J-61-2; F-61-1;
A-61-1; A-61-3; 0-61-2; F-62-1; F-62-3;
S-63-3; J-64-2; F-64-2; M-64-3; A-64-2;
A-64-4; M-64-1; My-64-3; Je-64-1; J1-64-4;
S-64-6
Anderson, Jeremiah ---------------0-62-2
Anderson, John S.. .....--------------- A-63-1
Anderson, Richard H. ------------0-61-1;
N-61-2; J-62-1
Anderson, Robert ------....----A-61-2; A-61-3
Anderson, Robert H. ------- A-64-3; M-64-1
Anderson, William E. -------........------ O-64-1
Andersonville -------------------... A-65-1
Andreu, Postmaster of St. Augustine -F-61-1
Andreu, M. R. -- ---------------0-62-1
Andrew's Raid ------------------J-62-4
Andrew, Mrs. P .---- ---------- F-63-1
Andrew Manderson, coal bark -------Je-63-3
Ann, Conf. sloop -------- J-63-1
Ann, blockade runner -------Au-63-2
Ann of Nassau, Conf. sch. ----- 0-63-3
Anna Belle, Conf. sch ------------M-62-2
Anna Eliza, Brit. sloop -----------My-64-2
Anna Maria, Conf. sch. -----------Je-63-4
Anne Sophia, Brit. sch. ---------- Au-62-4
Annie, Conf. sloop ---------------A-65-2
Annie, US sch .. ----------------- A-63-2;
Je-63-1; 0-63-4; N-63-2; M-64-1; J-65-1;
J-65-2; J-65-3; F-65-1
Annie, US tender ....---------- 0-63-2; D-63-5
Annie B., Conf. sch. ..-------------- A-63-3
Antona, blockade runner -----------J-63-2
Apalachee Bay ------------------J1-61-1
Apalachicola Bay -------- .... My-63-3;
My-64-1; J-65-4; Je-65-3
Apalachicola, East Pass ------------J-62-3
F-62-1; My-62-1; Je-62-1
Apalachicola, Fla. ---------0-61-1; 0-61-2;
N-61-1; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-2; J-62-3;
F-62-1; F-62-2; M-62-2; M-62-3; M-62-4;
A-62-1; A-62-3; My-62-2; Je-62-1; J1-62-3;


Au-62-2; 0-62-2; N-62-1; N-62-2; N-62-3;
D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-1; J-63-2; F-63-3;
J-63-4; A-63-3; My-63-3; Je-63-1; 0-63-4;
My-64-2; Au-64-4; J-65-1; J-65-4; A-65-2;
My-65-4; My-65-5; My-65-6; Je-65-3
Apalachicola River --------........ F-62-4; M-62-1;
M-62-2; M-62-3; My-62-2; My-62-3; Je-62-1;
0-62-3; 0-62-4; N-62-2; N-62-3; N-62-4;
D-62-1; D-62-2; D-62-3; J-63-2; F-63-2;
My-63-3; J-63-3; Je-63-3; D-63-1; D-63-6;
S-64-4; J-65-3; My-65-5; My-65-6; Je-65-3
Apalachicola Times .........---------------..D-60-2
Apalachicola, West Pass ----------Je-62-1
Arcadia Creek ......----------------- Au-64-6
Archer, Fla. --------- -------Je-62-4
Archer, Hugh ------------Au-62-2; J-63-2
Ariel, Conf. sch. ----- -----........----- N-62-3
Ariel, US sch. -----------J-63-1; J-63-2;
Je-63-1; 0-63-2; D-63-3; A-64-3; My-64-1;
My-64-4; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Jl1-64-4;
S-64-3; D-64-1; J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-3
Aries, USS -------------------- Je-65-2
Arizona, USS ------------------ M-63-4
Arkansas, USS ------------------S-64-5
Armstrong, James F. ------------My-65-3
Army Board, Conf. --------------N-62-2
Army of the Potomac --......----------- N-63-1
Arnod, George J. ----------------S-62-3
Arnold, Lewis G. ------------------ F-62-4;
A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-1; My-62-2;
My-62-3; JI-62-1
Arnold, R. D. -------- ----------D64-3
Arrow, Brit. blockade runner .-------F-62-4
Asboth, Alexander --------------- 0-63-1
0-63-3; N-63-2; N-63-3; N-63-4; D-63-1;
D-63-5; J-64-4; M-64-1; M-64-2; JI-64-1;
Jl-64-4; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-5; Au-64-6;
S-64-3; S-64-4; S-64-5; S-64-6; 0-64-1;
N-64-4; A-65-2; A-65-3; My-65-2; My-65-3;
My-65-4; My-65-5; My-65-6; Je-65-3
Ascension, Brit. blockade runner ...--- A-63-3
Ashey, George -------------- Je-63-1
Atkin's Landing ------------ J-65-3
Atkins, Mrs. A. V. C. ------------0-62-2
Atlanta, Conf. sloop --------F-62-3
Atlanta Intelligencer ------------JI-62-1
Atlantic, USS ---- A-61-1; A-61-2; A-61-3
Atlantic and Gulf Central RR. Co. -A-64-2
Attaway, Lawrence M. -------------Jl-62-2
Aucilla River ------------Je-62-1; Je-63-1;
Au-63-4; J-65-3; M-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-3
Augusta, Brit. blockade runner .-- J-65-1;
J-65-2
Aurelia, Conf. sloop -------------M-63-4
Austin, Charles H. --------------M-63-2
Austin, David ----------------- My-62-4
Austin, William -----------------Je-63-1
Avenger, Brit. blockade runner -------J-63-2
Avery, Dr. E. W. ----------------J-65-4










B
Babcock, A. W. -------------------Je-63-1
Babcock, Dr. (Fla. Hosp., Richmond) -----
Au-63-3
Badger, E -------------------- J-62-3
Badger, Conf. sch. -----------------N-64-2
Bagdad, Fla. -------------------N-63-3
Bailey's Inf. Co. ----------- J-62-3
Bailey, Joseph ----------------0-64-2
Bailey's Mill, Monticello -----------JI-64-3
Bailey, Theodorus ----------N-62-1; D-62-2;
D-62-3; J-63-1; J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-2;
F-63-4; M-63-2; M-63-4; My-63-3; Je-63-1;
Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Au-63-2; Au-63-3; Au-63-4;
S-63-1; S-63-2; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; 0-63-4;
N-63-1; N-63-3; D-63-1; D-63-3; D-63-4;
D-63-5; J-64-1; J-64-2; J-64-3; J-64-4;
F-64-1; F-64-3; F-64-4; M-64-1; M-64-2;
M-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-2; A-64-3; A-64-4;
My-64-1; My-64-2; My-64-3; My-64-4;
J1-64-1; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-3; J1-64-4; Jl-64-5;
Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-4; S-64-5; 0-64-2
Bailey, Thomas D. -----------------Je-65-6
Bailey, William ....--- 0-62-2; Je-64-3; Jl-64-3
Bainbridge, US brig ------------My-62-3;
Je-62-2; Jl-62-4; Au-62-4
Baker, Adam N. -------------------Jl-61-2
Baker, Camp -----------------------A-65-2
Baker County --------------------F-61-1;
0-64-4; N-64-1; Je-65-6
Baker, G ..... ------------------------0-63-1
Baker, J. H. ---------------------S-62-3
Baker, James --------------------- F-63-4
Baker, James M. ----------Au-62-3; N-62-2;
J-63-3; F-63-4; N-63-3; J-64-1; J-65-1
Baker, James McC. ---------------N-64-4
Baker, J. S. G. -----------------My-65-3
Baker, J. Wayles -- ------- 0-62-3;
A-63-3; S-63-4; My-65-3
Baker, Mrs. Wilson L. -----------Je-65-6
Baldwin, Dr. A. S. ----------------F-65-1
Baldwin, J. S. --------------------F-63-2
Baldwin, Fla. ------ M-62-3; S-62-2;
0-62-1; F-64-2; M-64-2; A-64-2; Je-64-1;
Je-64-3; Jl-64-1; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-3; Jl-64-5;
Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-5; S-64-6;
0-64-2; 0-64-3; J-65-2
Baldwin, John P. ------------------ N-63-2
Ball, Glover A. -------------------- D-64-1
Baltzell, Thomas -----------0-62-4; N-63-2
Bamberg, Conf. st. -- -------------- S-61-2
Bank of Commerce, Fernandina ------F-61-2
Bank of Fernandina ----------------D-61-2
Bank of St. Johns ----------------D-61-2
Bank of the State of Florida ------ D-61-2
Bank of Tallahassee ----------- F-61-2
Banks, N. P --------N-62-2; J-63-1; M-63-2;
Je-63-4; N-63-3; J-64-1; M-64-4; My-65-4
Barber's Station ...----------------- Au-64-1
Barge Bluff ---------------J-65-3; J-65-4
Barnard, Edward -------------0-64-4
Barrancas, Ft. (Pensacola) --J-61-2; F-61-1;
A-61-1; JI-61-1; S-61-2; N-61-2; D-61-1;
My-62-1; My-62-2; J-63-4; M-63-2; N-63-2;
N-63-4; M-64-2; JI-64-3; JI-64-4; Au-64-6;
S-64-3; S-64-4; 0-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-4;
D-64-3; A-65-2; My-65-2; My-65-4; My-65-5;
My-65-6
Barraso, Conf. st. ---------------- M-63-1
Barry's Batt., Co. A., 2d Art. ----- A-61-1
Barton, William B.---- -----------M-64-3;
M-64-4; A-64-1
Barton's Brigade ------------------F-64-3
Bart Roebuck, USS ------------- F-63-1
Barnes, W. D. -------J-62-3; N-63-1
Barth, William G. ------.--- My-64-3
Bassville, Fla. -------------- D-64-2
Bates, Mortimer ---------------My-64-2
Battledonge, Fla.. -----------------0-64-2


Battle of Marianna Memorial -------Je-62-3
"Battle of the Salt Works" -- -------My-62-3
Bauknight, W. K. ----------------A-63-3
Baxter, I. B. ---F-63-4; M-63-2; Au-63-2;
Au-63-4; S-63-1; D-63-3; D-63-5; D-64-3
Baya, Miss C. ------------------ F-63-1
Baya's Light Artil. Co. ------ S-61-2;
D-61-2; J-62-3; M-62-3; A-62-4
Baya, Joseph ------------------- F-63-1
Baya, William -------------------JE-61-1;
Jl-61-2; D-62-2; 0-63-2; F-65-4
Bayard, Fla. -------------------My-64-3
Bayou Grand -------------J-64-4; Au-64-2
Bayou Mulatte -------------------Au-64-6
Bayport, Fla. ------------A-63-1; A-63-2;
My-63-4; Au-63-3; S-63-2; 0-63-1; 0-63-2;
0-63-3; 0-63-4; N-63-2; N-63-4; D-63-3;
My-64-4; Je-64-4; J1-64-1; J1-64-2; JI-64-4;
S-64-3; 0-64-2; My-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-4
Bear Creek -----......-----A-62-1; J-64-2; J-64-3
Bear Cut ----------------------My-65-1
Beard, John --------------------F-63-2
Beard, William K. -----------------A-61-1
Beauregaid, Camp ------- F-64-2; F-64-3
Beauregard, Conf. sch. -------------N-61-2
Beauregard, Fed. sch. ---------- -A-62-3;
My-62-1 My-62-2; Je-62-1; Je-62-2; Jl-62-1;
JI-62-3; Au-62-2; N-62-1; J-63-1; Je-63-1;
Je-63-2; Je-63-4; Au-63-2; Au-63-4; N-63-1;
J-64-2; J-64-4; F-64-1; M-64-3; A-64-2;
A-64-3; My-64-1; Au-64-4; S-64-4; D-64-3;
J-65-1; J-65-4
Beauregard, Pierre G. T. .---A-61-2; M-61-1;
F-62-4; Jl-62-4; 0-62-1; 0-62-2; 0-62-4;
N-62-1; N-62-2; N-62-3; N-62-4; D-62-2;
D-62-3; D-62-4; My-63-4; Je-63-3; N-63-2;
D-63-6; J-64-2; J-64-4; F-64-1; F-64-2;
M-64-1; M-64-2; M-64-4; D-64-3; D-64-4
Beauregard Rangers ---------------My-62-2
Beecher, J. C. -------------J1-64.5; N-64-4
Bell-Everett Ticket ----------------D-60-2
Bell, John... -------- D-60-1; D-60-2
Bell, Louis ---------------------A-62-3;
A-62-4; My-62-3; Je-62-3
Bellamy Road --- Je-62-3; Jl-64-5; Au-64-4
Belle, Brit. sloop --------- My-64-3
Bellinger, William -------------J-64-3
Belton, J. F. ...---------------------- S-62-2
Belvedere, US st.. ------------------A-62-2
Belvidere, USS ---- --- -- My-65-5
Benagh, James --------------------S-62-2
Ben De Ford, US transport ----------S-62-4
Benet, Mrs. A .. -----------------F-63-1
Benezet, B. E. ------------------A-63-2
Benezet, Samuel --------- N-64-3
Benjamin, Camp ------ 0-61-2; M-62-1
Benjamin, Judah P. --------F-61-2; A-61-2;
S-61-2; 0-61-1; 0-61-2; N-61-1; N-61-2;
D-61-1; J-62-1; F-62-2; F-62-3; M-62-1;
M-62-2; M-62-3; A-62-1; Je-62-3; Je-65-4
Benjamin, Judah P., Memorial, Gamble Man-
sion ----------------- Je-62-3
Bennett, J. H. ---------------------F-65-1
Ben Willis, Brit. sch. -------F-65-1
Bermuda, Conf. sch. ---------S-61-2
Bermuda, US sch. ----------Je-63-1;
Je-63-3; My-64-4; F-65-3
Bernard, J. T. -----------------S-62-3
Biagorry, Conf. sch. ----------Je-62-2
Bibb, US st -----------------------63-4
Bienville, USS -------------F-62-4; M-63-2
Big Saw Mill ----------- A-65-3
Bigg's, Capt. Charles, Inf. (McClellan's Batt.)
0-63-3
Bird, Pickens B ------S-63-1; Je-64-1
Birney, William ------A-64-4; Je-64-1;
Je-64-2; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-3;
Jl-64-5; Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-5
Bisbee, Horatio, Jr. ----------------- A-62-2


Biscayne Bay --------------------Je-65-3
Bitting, Mrs. Neil S. ---------------Je-65-6
Black Creek ---------J1-64-3; Jl-64-5; 0-64-3
Black Point --------------- 0-64-2
Blackston, USS --------- D-62-2
Blackwater Bay -------------------- 0-64-2
Blackwater River ----------Au-64-5; 0-64-3
Blair, Montgomery ---- ----------Je-65-4
Blake, J. C. ------------------- Au-63-1
Blakely Road ---------------------N-63-3
Blocker, H. T. -------------------My-62-2
Blonde, The, Conf. yawl ------------Je-65-4
Blood, C. H. ---------------------0-62-4
Bloom, Major ----------- Je-65-1
Bloomer, Conf. st. ---------------- -D-62-4
Bloomer, US st. D-63-2; D-63-3; D-63-5
Blountstown Bar -------- My-63-3
Bloxham, William D. --------M-62-1; Je-63-4
Blue Creek -------------J-63-3
Blue Spring Camp (Marianna) -------A-62-2
Blunt's Ferry ---------------------F-61-1
Board of Ironclad Ships US ---------S-61-1
Boca Chica ----------J-65-1; J-65-4
Boca Grande ---------------------Je-63-1
Boggs, William R. ---------My-62-2; J-62-1
Boegy River ------------------------65-2
Bohio, US brig ------------N-62-4; Au-63-3
Bon Secours ---------------------- N-64-4
Bonaud's Batt. (Ga.) Col. Brevard _-F-65-4;
M-65-4; My-64-2
Boone, W. R. ------------------ J-64-3
Booth, John Wilkes -------- Je-62-4
Boston, US transport -S-62-4; M-63-4; S-63-3
Boston Daily Advertiser ---------My-65-6
Boston Journal ----------------- S-61-1
Bothwell, Dick --- ---- My-62-3
Bowden, Earle -------------------My-62-3
Bowen, Miss Roumelle --- A-61-4; Je-65-6
Bowen, W. L. L. -- ----------61-1
Bowers, Giles --------------------- S-64-4
Bowers, Henry W. ..J1-64-2; Jl-64-5; Jl-64-6
Bowles, William Augustus ----------- M-65-4
Bowman, Charles S. ---------Au-61-2; S-62-3
Bowne, G. L. ---------------------D-60-1
Boyles, John -------------A-61-4; Je-65-6
Bozeman, J. F.---- ----------------D-62-3
Bradford County --J1-61-1; D-61-1; N-64-1
Bradford, Edward, Jr. ---------------0-62-2
Bradford, Mrs. Edward --- ---------S-64-4
Bradford, Henry B. -------- M-63-2
Bradford, Richard H. -- 0-61-1; D-61-1
Bradford, Richard H. (Repr.) --- N-63-2
Bragg, Braxton ------------ A-61-1; A.-61-3;
My-61-1; My-61-2; 0-61-1; S-61-1; N-61-2;
D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-1; J-62-3; F-62-1;
F-62-2; F-62-3; F-62-4; A-62-3; Je-62-2;
Au-62-3; N-62-1; S-63-1; S-63-3; 0-63-1;
0-63-2; N-63-4; S-64-6; 0-64-4; N-64-4
Branch, John --------F-62-4; J-63-2; M-63-1
Branch, J. 0.. -------------------S-62-3
Brannan, John M. -My-62-3; 0-62-1; 0-62-3
Brantley, George C. --------------Jl-64-2
Brass, John ---------------------- Au-61-2
Brayton, C. R. ------------ S-64-1
Braziliers, US bark ---- ------- F-65-1
Breckinridge, John C ------------- D-60-2;
Je-62-3; A-65-2; My-65-3; My-65-4; My-65-6;
Je-65-2; Je-65-4; Je-65-5
Brent, Thomas W. -------------------62-3
Brevard County -- D-61-2; N-64-1; D-64-2
Brevard, Theodore W., Jr. -----Je-62-2;
Au-62-2; My-64-3; Je-64-2; F-65-4; M-65-4
Brick Church --------------------- J-61-1
Brick Church, Battle of the ------- Je-62-4
Bright, A. H. ---------------------Je-61-1
Bristow Station, Battle of --------- 0-63-2
Britannia, USS ----------------- F-65-3;
M-65-1; M-65-2; Je-65-2
British Empire, Brit. blockade runner -A-62-1









Brockenborough, G. L. Conf. sloon -0-62-4
Brockenborough, the, US gunboat --- D-62-3;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3
Brodhead, E. -------------------Je-63-2
Brokaw's Troop --------------- M-62-3
Bronson, Fla. -------My-65-6; Je-65-4
Brooke, Fort ------------Au-61-2;
A-62-3; Jl-62-1; Jl-62-2; My-64-1; Jl-64-6
Brooklyn, USS ----------------- J-61-2;
M-61-2; A-61-2; Je-61-2; J1-61-1
Brooklyn, US st. sloop ------- J-62-2; F-62-3
Brooklyn Navy Yard -------------- S-61-1
Brooksville, Fla. Jl-64-2;
Jl-64-4; D-64-3; My-65-1; My-65-6
Broome, E. --------------------M-63-2
Broome, James E. (Ga.) --Au-61-1; J-63-2
Brosenham, acting Mayor of Pensacola ------
My-62-2
Broward County Civil War Round Table ----
My-62-4
Broward, Washington -------------JI-64-3
Browards Neck (Duval County) --. A-64-3;
Jl-64-2
Brown, Harvey -----------------..A-61-1;
A-61-2; A-61-3; My-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1;
D-61-2; J-62-1; F-62-4;
Brown, John ------------- D-60-1; D-63-5
Brown, J. C. --------------------N-62-2
Brown, Joseph, (Gov. of Georgia) --0-61-2;
N-61-1; F-62-4; A-63-2; A-63-4; S-64-2
Brown, Thomas ----------D-60-1
Browne, W. R. --N-62-4; Au-63-3; D-63-3;
J-64-2; J-64-4; F-64-1; F-64-2; F-64-3;
A-64-2; A-64-3; A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-2
Bruton, Mrs. James D., Jr. --------Je-65-6
Bruton, Susannah --------------- Jl-61-1
Bryan, C. A. -------------M-62-1; 0-62-2
Bryan, Pliny E. ----------A-64-1
Bryant, Farris ------------------Je-65-6
Bryce, Robert P. ----------------Jl-61-1
Buchanan, James ---J-61-1; J-61-2; F-61-2
Buchanan, US sch. -----------------M-64-2
Buckhorn Creek--- O--------- 0-62-1
Buckner, Simon B. ---------F-63-4; 0-64-4
Budd, T. A. --------------------M-62-4
Budd, William ----------------- Jl-62-2;
0-63-4; A-64-4; My-64-2; My-64-4
Bullock, E. C. ---------- J-61-1
Bullock, James D. ------F-64-3; J-65-4
Bullock, Robert -----------A-62-2; D-64-1
Bull Run, Battle of -------------Au-61-1
Bunting, Mrs. Dorothy ------- My-62-3
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Fed ---
Au-63-1
Burger, W. L. M. ----------------0-64-1
Burgess, F. ---------------------J-65-3
Burnes, G. W. .-----------------My-65-2
Burnham, Miles 0. ---------My-62-4
Burns, J. H.. --------------------A-64-4
Burnside, US steamer ----- ----S-62-3
Burritt, Judge ------------------ A-65-2
Burroughs, B. M ---------- F-63-3
Butler, Fort -------------A-64-4; My-64-1
Butler, Benjamin F. -------Au-61-2;
S-61-1; A-62-2; My-62-3
Butler, L. M. ------------------Au-61-2
Butler, Renley S. J----------64-3
By George, blockade runner --------D-62-1
Bynum, William F. ---------N-64-3

C
Cain, Conf. sch. -----------------F-63-1
Caldwell, Charles H. B. -------- J-62-3
Calhoun, Conf. privateer ------Je-61-2
Calhoun County --------------- -0-61-2;
S-62-1; D-62-3; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Calhoun Rangers ----------------D-61-1
Call, George W. --- -------Je-62-1; Jl-62-2


Call, Richard Keith ------------- D-60-2;
My-61-2; S-62-2; N-62-3
Call, Wilkinson --..-------------- Au-61-1;
S-61-1; 0-62-3; N-62-3; Au-63-3
Callahan, Fla. ------------------M-62-2;
Jl-64-3; Jl-64-5; Au-64-1; J-65-2
Caloosahatchee River -----....J-64-1; My-64-1
Campbell, Archibold --------------D-62-1
Campbell, Charles G. ------------0-64-4
Campbellton, Fla. ---------... A-63-2;
S-64-5; 0-64-1; My-65-4
Campeche Bank -----------------J-62-4
Camp Hunter, Fla. --------------N-63-3
Camps of Instruction ------------Jl-62-4;
F-63-3; A-63-4
Canby, E. R. S. ----------------My-65-4
Canonicus, US st. ---------.. A-64-2; Au-64-1
Canova, A. A.. ------------------D-62-3
Cape Canaveral ---------------- Je-62-2;
D-62-2; D-62-3; J-63-1; Je-63-4; Au-63-2;
N-63-1; D-63-1; J-64-4; A-64-2; My-64-1
Cape Florida -----------------Jl-62-2;
J-63-2; Au-63-2; My-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-3
Capella, Mrs .. -------------------F-63-1
Capers, Absalom ---------------- A-65-3
Cape Sable -----......------- Au-62-2; My-65-2
Cape San Blas ------------J-63-2; A-64-3
Capo, Mrs. Joseph ------ ---------F-63-1
Capron, Fort --------------------F-64-4
Carlisle, James B. ---------------N-63-2
Carlton, John ------------- ----- J-62-2
Carmita, US lighter -------Je-63-1; M-64-2
Cam, Dr. L M. ----------------S-62-2
Carolina's Brigade ---------------A-61-4
Caroline, Conf. sloop ------------F-62-3;
0-62-4; D-63-2; D-63-3; J-64-3; Je-64-3
Caroline Gertrude, Conf. sch. -D-63-5; D-63-6
Carraway, Wilson ----------------Je-65-6
Carr's Hill (Wakulla County) -- My-62-2
Carter, H. B. --- -- ------------- J-65-2
Carven, Christopher -----------------A-64-4
Cash, John C.. ------------------A-61-2
Cate, David -------------Je-63-3; S-64-5
Cater, E. L. ------------------- N-63-2
Cathey's Hotel (Lake City) ..--------- 0-63-3
Catton, Bruce ---------------My-62-3
Cavend, Edward -----------------S-63-4
Cawthon, William ------------S-64-4
Cedar Creek ------------- ---- J-63-4;
M-64-1; M-64-2; Jl-64-2; JI-64-3
Cedar Key, Fla. ---------------- M-61-1;
Je-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1; S-61-2; J-62-1;
J-62-3; M-62-1; My-62-1; My-62-2; My-62-4;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; Jl-62-1; Jl-62-2; Au-62-2;
N-62-1; J-63-1; M-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-3;
Au-63-4; S-63-2; S-63-3; 0-63-1; 0-63-3;
N-63-2; D-63-2; F-64-4; A-64-4; My-64-1;
Je-64-2; Je-64-4; Jl1-64-2; J1-64-3; Jl-64-4;
Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-5;
0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-4; F-65-2;
F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-2;
My-65-6; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Cedar Key and Gulf RR (Florida, Atlantic &
Gulf Central RR) ------.....JI-64-3; Au-64-4
Cedar Key and Lake City RR (Florida, At-
lantic & Gulf Central RR) --------J1-64-5
Cedar Key Telegraph --------D-60-1; D-60-2
Cedar Run, Battle of -------0-62-2
Centerville, Fla. ----------F-62-3
Cerro Gordo --------S-64-4; S-64-5; 0-64-1
Chadwick, P. R. ---------M-64-3
Chaires, J. J. ----------F-63-3; Aug. 63-1
Chamberlin, Culver P. J--------J-65-3
Chalmer's Brig. ------------------S-63-3
Chambers, Capt., Co. --------- A-62-4;
Jl-62-2; 0-64-3
Chambers, US sch. -------------My-62-1;
Je-62-1; My-64-2
Chambers, J. M. ----------------D-62-3


Chambers, J. S ... ---------------Au-62-4
Chambers' Plantation -------------Jl-64-1
Champion, John C. --------M-64-3
Charity School, St. Augustine --_-_- A-61-2
Charles Houghton, US st. ---- M-64-4
Charleston Courier ---------------0-62-3;
N-62-4; A-63-3
Charleston Mercury ------------ F-61-1;
M-61-1; A-61-4; Je-61-2; My-61-2
Charlotte, USS ------------------D-62-4
Charlotte Harbor ..--N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-3;
M-63-3; A-63-1; My-63-1; Je-63-1; Je-63-3;
Au-63-2; Au-63-4; S-63-1; D-63-1; D-63-3;
D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-1; A-64-4; My-64-1;
My-64-2; Je-64-3; 0-64-2; 0-64-3; J-65-1;
J-65-2; J-65-3; J-65-4; F-65-1; Je-65-2
Charm, Conf. sch. -------- F-63-4
Chase, Charles T. ---------A-64-3; Je-64-4
Chase, Janet Ralston -------My-65-6
Chase, Salmon P. --D-63-2; J-64-4; M-64-1;
Je-64-1; My-65-4; My-65-6; Je-65-4; Je-65-5
Chase, William -------------- J-61-1;
J-61-2; M-61-1; My-62-3
Chassahowitzka River ---A-63-2; My-64-4
Chatfield, Thomas ------------ Jl-64-3
Chatham's Art -----------------F-64-3
Chattahoochee Arsenal ------------J-61-1;
F-61-1; A-61-1; N-61-1; M-62-2; A-62-3
Chattahoochee, Conf. gunboat ------D-62-3;
F-63-2; My-63-3; D-64-3
Chattahoochee, CSS ------- My-64-1
Chattahoochee, Fla. -------F-62-2; A-62-3;
My-62-2; Au-62-3; S-62-4; D-62-4; J-63-3;
My-64-1; N-64-2; J-65-3; N-65-3
Chattahoochee River -------... A-61-1; 0-61-2;
N-61-2; M-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-2; My-62-3;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; N-62-2; N-62-4; D-62-2;
J-63-4; N-63-2; J-64-2; A-64-4; Jl-64-1;
A-65-3; My-65-4; Je-65-3
Chattanooga, Battle of -- ---- My-62-4
Cheesman, William S. ------------Jl-64-1
Chenango, USS ------------------F-65-4
Cherokee, US st. -----Je-65-2; Je-65-3
Cherry, Dr. E. D. --------My-64-2
Chesnut, James ----------------- e-65-2
Chicago Tribune ------------------A-61-3
Chickamauga, (Ga.) battlefield ---0-63-2
Chickamauga, battle of ------S-63-3; S-63-4
Chickamauga, Fla. Monument ---Au-63-4;
Je-65-6
Chief of Subsistence for Florida, Conf. --D-62-3
Childs, J. W. ..------ J-64-2; J1-64-4; J-65-2
Chipola River ----------My-62-2; J-64-2;
S-64-5; 0-64-1; J-65-3
Chipola Spring -----------S-64-3
Chisholm, Robert .. S-64-4; 0-64-4; N-64-3
Choctawhatchee Bay -------------J-63-3;
D-63-5; J-64-4; M-64-2; 0-64-1
Choctawhatchee River ------------ -61-2;
N-61-2; F-62-1; F-62-2; M-62-3; N-62-1;
N-62-2; D-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-1; F-63-1;
M-64-2; 0-64-1; My-65-4; Je-65-5
Choctawhatchee River, East Pass ---- F-62-2
Chocura, USS ----------0-64-2
Christensen, C. T. -------My-65-2; M-65-3
Church, Lucius A. ---------------J-61-2
Cimarron, US gunboat ----------0-62-1
Circassin, US supply st. --D-62-2; Je-63-3
Civil War Centennial Commission
J-62-4; A-63-4
Civil War and Reconstruction in Florida, The
Je-65-6
Clapp, J. C. ------------------------62-4
Clara Louisa, Brit. sloop ..---------Au-63-2
Clarke, J. Lyle ------------ S-62-2
Clarke, M. J. -------------F-65-4
Clarke, Thomas E. ---------F-65-4
Clark's, Capt., Co. -------- Je-64-2
Clary, Albert G. J------------65-1











Clay County ----------------------J-61-1;
Je-61-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Clay Landing (Suwannee River) --A-64-4;
Je-64-2; A-65-1
Clearwater. Fla. -------------- F-62-3;
Je-63-4; 0-63-2; 0-63-3; My-64-4
Clearwater Harbor ------ J1-61-2; 0-64-3
Clearwater Sun ------------------My-62-3
Cleburne, P. R. ---- -------J-64-2
Clinch, Duncan L. ---------S-61-1; F-63-2
Clinch, Fort, Amelia Island ----J-61-1;
Au-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-1; 0-61-1; 0-61-2;
M-62-1; M-62-2; M-62-3; Je-62-3; Je-62-4;
Jl-62-4; 0-62-4; D-62-4; Je-64-3; Au-64-4;
Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-2
Clinch, Fort, (Withlacoochee River) --A-65-1
Clinton, US st. --------------------Au-64-6
Clitz's, Captain Co., US Inf. --------A-61-1
Clopton, Dr. J. A. ---------------M-63-4
Clyde, Conf. sch. ..----------------- A-63-3
Clyde, USS ---------------S-63-1; S-63-4;
F-64-4; M-64-1; Je-64-2; Je-64-4; 0-64-2;
J-65-1; J-65-4; Je-65-2; Je-65-3; Je-65-4
Cobb, Howell -------------F-62-1; N-62-2;
N-62-3; D-62-1; D-62-2; D-62-3; D-62-4;
J-63-2; J-63-3; F-63-1; F-63-2; F-63-3;
M-63-3; A-63-4; My-63-4; Au-63-1
Cobb, Thomas ---------------------F-61-1
Coffin, Peter F. -------------------e-64-3
Cohen, J. ----------------------D-64-1
Coldwell, Mrs. W. A. -------------Je-65-6
Cole, A. H. -----------------------J-62-3
Collier, G. W. ------------------F-63-1
Collins, LeRoy --------------------e-65-6
Collins, N.. -------------------- F-63-2
Colmer, W. D.. -------------------F-63-2
Colquitt, A. H. -------------F-64-3; M-64-1
Columbia, Conf. blackade runner --Au-62-1
Columbia County --Je-61-2; JI-61-1; S-61-1;
D-62-3; D-63-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1; D-64-2
Columbia County Dixie Stars ---Au-61-2
Columbia Guards -----------------Jl-61-1
Columbia Trapiers ---------J-62-1
Columbine, USS ----------------M-64-3;
M-64-4; My-64-2; My-64-3; My-64-4; Je-64-3
Columbus, Georgia Sun ..--- S-62-3; 0-62-4
Coming Fury, The ----------------My-62-3
Commercial Bank of Lake City -------. F-61-2
Commissary General, Conf. -F-63-4; -S-63-2
Comus, Brit. blockade runner__F-65-3; M-65-4
Concordia Infantry -----------------S-61-1
Conf. General Hospital, Lake City ----........
F-63-2; M-65-3
Confederate Hosp., Columbus, Ga. __JI-62-2
Conf. Medical Purveyor's Office, Tallahassee
Jl-62-2
Confederate Monument, De Funiak Spgs.,
Fla. ---------------------------Je-62-3
Confederate Museum, Richmond, Va._My-62-4
Confederate Round Table, Dade City, Fla. -
My-62-3
Confederate States Centennial Conference -
A-63-4
Confederate States Medical and Surgical
Journal -------------------------......D-64-1
Congress, Conf ------------F-61-2; A-61-3;
My-61-1; Jl-61-2; Au-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2;
J-62-2; J-62-3; F-62-1; M-62-3; A-62-3;
Au-62-3; Au-62-4; D-62-2; J-63-2; J-63-3;
F-63-2; F-63-3; M-63-4; A-63-3; My-63-1;
Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Je-63-4; Au-63-4; S-63-2;
S-63-3; S-63-4; 0-63-1; N-63-2; J-64-1;
F-64-2; J-65-1
Congress, US -------------M-61-1;
Au-61-1; A-62-3; A-62-4; D-64-3; J-65-3
Connecticut, USS ------------------J-62-2
Conscript Bureau, Conf. ------ Au-64-1;
S-64-3; D-64-3


Conscription Law, Conf. ------....----- A-62-3;
Au-62-3; S-62-1; D-62-2
Constitutional Union Party ------D-60-1
Cooke, Erastus --------------------D-62-3
Cooper, George H. ---------------My-65-1
Cooper Institute -------------------0-62-4
Cooper, Samuel ----------- A-61-1; M-62-3;
A-62-3; S-62-2; M-63-4; Jl-64-6
Cooper, W. ----------------------Je-65-1
Corley, Hugh A. ------------F-63-3; D-63-2
Cosmopolitan, USS -----A-62-2; S-62-4
Cotten, F. R. --------------0-62-3; 0-62-4
Cotton Planters Convention, Macon, Ga. ----
Au-61-1
Cottonwood Plantation, Archer, Fla. -Je-62-4;
My-65-4; My-65-5
Coulter, George -------------------Je-64-4
Courier, Conf. sch. ----------D-62-4; Je-63-4
Course, Conf. sch. ---- N-62-2; N-62-4
Covington, E. M. --..------A-61-4; Je-65-6
Coxetter, L. M. -------------------Je-61-1
"Cradle and Grave" Company --------... S-64-5
Craig's Hill, Tallahassee ------F-63-2
Craig, James C. ----- A-61-4; Je-65-6
Crane, A. J. -------------------D-63-3
Crane, E. P. __--------------------My-61-2
Crane, Henry A. ------------ F-63-1;
F-63-2; F-63-4; M-63-2; Au-63-2; 0-63-3;
D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-1
Crater, Battle of the ---------------My-62-3
Crawford, Martin J. -- ------M-61-2
Crawford, Father Vincent -----Au-63-4
Crazy Jane, Conf. sch. ------My-63-1
Creole, USS ---------------------Au-62-1
Crews, John J., Jr. -----------------Je-65-6
Crews, Joseph C. ------ 0-64-3; F-65-3
Crim, Roger ---------------------My-62-3
Crissey, Edwin --------------------D-63-2
Criswell, Grover C., Jr. ----A-61-4; Je-65-6
Crittenden Compromise -------D-60-2
Crittenden, John J. ---------------J-61-2
Cromartie, Alex -------------------N-63-2
Crooked Island Passage --------- S-64-4
Crooked River ------- ---- My-62-2
Cross, J. Lucius ------------------.. Au-61-2
Crossman, A. F. -----------------Au-63-4
Crusader, USS --------------------D-60-1
Crystal River, Florida ------------My-61-2;
Au-61-2; My-62-2; Je-62-1; Jl-62-1; JI-62-3;
A-63-2; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Je-63-4;
0-63-4; D-63-5; My-64-4; A-65-2; My-65-2
Csermelyi, Captain -----------------N-64-4
Cuba, CSS ------------------------J-63-4
Cuba, Conf. blackade runner --- My-63-2;
My-63-3
Cuban Telegraph Company ----------0-61-2
Cullens, Capt., Unattached Co. ----Je-64-2
Cumberland, Conf. blockade runner --D-63-2;
F-64-1; F-64-3; Je-64-4
Cumberland Island -- J-62-1; F-62-4; M-62-2
Cumberland Sound ---------- N-61-1; M-62-1
Cummings, J. F. -------------------0-63-1
Cunliff, Ben L., Jr. -A-61-4; My-62-4; Je-65-6
Cunningham, William Henry ---------S-62-2
Curlew, blockade runner ------Je-62-2
Curry's Company ------------------D-63-3
Curry, William -------------------Au-63-2
Cygnet, Conf. pilot boat ------------A-62-1

D
Dahlgren, John A. --------Au-63-1; Au-63-2;
F-64-1; My-64-2; Au-64-2; 0-64-2; N-64-2;
D-64-2; J-65-2; F-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-3;
M-65-4; A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-3; A-65-4;
My-65-2; My-65-3; My-65-4; My-65-6; Je-65-2
Dale, USS J-- Je-63-1; S-63-1; J-64-4;
J1-64-4; Au-64-4; J-65-1; J-65-4
Danahy, Paul W. ------------- Je-65-6


Dancy, Francis L. -----------------S-61-1;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; 0-62-1
Daniel, J. M. ---------------------M-65-2
Daniel Webster, USS --------------M-61-2
Daniels, Enoch --- D-63-1; D-63-4; D-63-5
Darlington, Conf. steamboat --M-62-2; M-62-4
Davidson, Dr. Joseph E. A. ----- Jl-62-2;
Au-62-2; S-62-1; F-64-4
Davidson, Joseph S. M. ------------S-62-3
Davidson, William M. --------S-62-2
Davis', Fifth Cav .---------M-62-3; M-62-4
Davis, George ---------------------Je-65-2
Davis Guards (Nassau Co.) ---- Jl-61-1
Davis, Jefferson --------- J-61-1; F-61-1;
F-61-2; A-61-2; A-61-3; My-61-1; My-61-2;
Je-61-2; Au-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-2; 0-61-1;
0-61-2; N-61-1; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-2;
J-62-3; F-62-1; F-62-3; F-62-4; M-62-3;
A-62-1; A-62-2; A-62-4; My-62-2; Je-62-3;
Au-62-1; N-62-3; M-63-4; A-63-2; Au-63-4;
S-63-1; 0-63-2; N-63-4; Au-64-1; Au-64-4;
S-64-1; S-64-2; S-64-4; N-64-2; N-64-4;
D-64-4; J-65-1; J-65-2; A-65-2; A-65-3;
My-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-1
Davis, Mrs. Jefferson, (Varina) ..My-61-2;
Je-61-1; F-62-4
Davis, Mrs. L. A. -----------------Je-65-6
Davis's, W.G.M., 2nd Brigade --------J-62-3
Davis, William --------------------D-61-2
Davis, William G. M. ---Je-61-2; Jl-61-1;
F-62-3; M-62-1; A-62-1; A-62-2; Je-62-3;
JI-62-2; Au-62-1; D-62-1
Davis, William Watson ------- Je-65-6
Dawkins, James B. ----- J-63-2; J-63-4;
M-63-2; Au-62-3; Au-62-4; D-62-1
Dawson, George --------------------J-64-1
Day's Battery ---------------------N-64-3
Day, Robert ----------------------Je-64-4
Day, Samuel C.. -------------------D-64-4
Daytona Beach Journal ------------My-62-3
Dead Lake ------------------------N-62-2
Deadman's Bay -- Je-62-1; Je-62-2; D-62-1;
J-63-3; M-64-1; Je-64-2; J-65-3; M-65-1
Dean, Rolland ----------- Je-65-6
De Barry, Franklin ---------------Au-61-2
Deep Creek ----------------------M-64-3
DeFuniak Springs, Fla. ------------Je-62-3
Delaware, USS ----------------- -64-2;
Au-64-1; N-64-4; Je-65-2
Delia, Conf. sch. -------------------F-65-3
Dell, Phillip -------------------- N-64-3
Democratic Party -----------------D-60-2
Denham, Andrew -----------M-62-3; S-63-3
Denham, T. P. ------------------ N-62-3
Dept. of Ala. and W. Fla., Conf.--- F-62-4;
My-62-3
Dept. of East Florida, Conf. __N-62-1; J-63-4;
N-62-4; D-62-4; F-63-2
Dept. of E. & Mdl. Fla., Conf. --------A-61-1;
Au-61-2; S-61-1; 0-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-1;
F-62-2; A-62-2; A-62-3; Je-62-1; Je-62-3;
S-62-4; N-62-2; D-63-6
Dept. of E. Tenn. ----------------- Jl-62-2
Dept. of Florida, Conf. --. M-62-4; A-64-2;
My-64-3; J1-64-4; S-64-1; S-64-6; D-64-4;
F-65-1; A-65-2; My-65-1; A-65-1
Dept. of Fla., Fed. -----------------F-62-4
Dept. of the Gulf, Fed. -----------Au-62-2;
0-62-4; N-62-2; J-63-1; F-63-4; M-63-2;
Je-63-2; Je-63-4; N-63-3; J-64-2; J-64-3;
S-64-3; My-65-4
Dept. of Mdl. Fla., Conf. ------- N-62-1;
N-62-2; N-62-4; D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-4;
F-63-1; F-63-3; M-63-3
Dept. of the South, Conf. -----------Je-64-1
Dept. of the South, Fed. --My-62-3; N-62-3;
Au-62-2; S-62-1; S-62-2; 0-62-4; N-62-2;
M-63-4; F-64-1; Je-64-2; Au-64-1; Au-64-2;
0-64-1; N-64-1; N-64-3; N-64-4; D-64-4;









J-65-4; A-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-2; My-65-4
Dept. of S.C. and Ga., Conf. ------- My-62-2
Dept. of S.C., Ga., and Fla., Conf. -._N-63-2;
J-64-4; F-64-1; Au-64-2; S-64-1; S-64-6;
0-64-2; 0-64-4; N-64-3; D-64-2; J-65-1;
F-65-1; F-65-3
Dept. of Tenn. and Ga., Conf. ------- F-65-3
Dept. of W. Fla. Conf. ..-------D-62-1; N-63-2
Dept. of W. La. and Texas, Conf. ---J-63-3
Depot Key -------------0-62-1; My-64-2
DeSoto, USS ....--- F-63-3; F-63-4; M-63-4;
My-63-2; My-63-3; Au-63-2; Au-63-3;
Au-63-4; S-63-1; S-63-2; S-63-3; 0-63-1;
N-63-3; F-64-1; F-64-3; My-64-2; Je-64-3;
Au-64-4
Devil's Elbow ------------------My-63-3
Dexter, Edward ------------------J-63-2
Dickerson's Bay ----------D-62-1; My-63-3
Dickison, Camp ------------------S-64-1
Dickison, John J. -J1-62-1; Au-62-3; 0-62-4;
D-62-4; M-64-2; A-64-4; A-64-3; My-64-1;
My-64-2; My-64-3; My-64-4; Jl-64-6;
Au-64-3; Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-4; 0-64-3;
N-64-4; F-65-2; F-65-3; M-65-2; M-65-4;
A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-3; My-65-1; Je-65-5
Dickison's rebel cavalry ----------Jl-64-5
Dick Keys, CSS ----------- N-64-4
Dictator, USS ------------------ A-64-2
Director, Brit. sch. --------------S-63-4
Dishond, Lewis F. ---------------N-63-2
Dilworth, William S. -----------Jl-61-2;
0-61-1; N-61-1; M-62-3; M-62-4; A-62-3;
Au-62-3; S-63-2
Dist. Comm. Officer for Ga., Conf. --J-64-1
District Court, US -----------J---- e-63-1
District of Florida, Fed. -------- M-64-1;
Je-64-1; Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; S-64-2; 0-64-4;
N-64-3; D-64-2; D-64-4; Je-65-3
District of Key West ....-Je-63-4; JI-64-2
Dist. of Key West and the Tortugas, Fed. -__
J-64-1; Jl-64-1; F-65-3; My-65-2; My-65-4;
Je-65-4
Dist. of Pensacola, Fed. -----My-63-4;
Je-63-2; Je-63-4; D-63-1; D-63-5; J-64-4
Dist. of S. Fla., Fed. ------------My-64-1
Dist. of W. Fla., Fed .----- -------M-64-1;
Jl-64-1; Au-64-2; S-64-3; 0-64-1; 0-64-2;
0-64-3; N-64-4; A-65-3; My-65-2; My-65-5
Dists. of West Florida and Key West, Fed.
-------------------------A-65-3
Div. of West Mississippi, Fed. -------A-65-2
"Dixie" --------------------Je-61-3; Jl-61-1
Dixie Bonnet ------------Au-62-2; A-64-4
Dixie Yeomen -----...------------ Au-63-1
Dixon, J. D. .--------------------N-63-2
Doctor's Lake ------------------Je-64-2
Doctor Town, Fla. ---------S-64-6
Dog Island -------N-61-2; J-63-3; My-63-4
Doubleday, U. -----------Jl-64-6; Au-64-1
Doubleheaded Shot Keys --A-64-3; Je-65-4
Douglas, Camp ------------------ D-62-3
Douglass' Ferry -----------S-64-4; 0-64-1
Douglas, Stephen A. -------D-60-1; D-60-2
Dow, Neal ---------------D-62-4; J-63-1
Dowd, William F.--- -----------D-61-2
Dowd's Miss. Inf. --....M-62-1; M-62-3; M-62-4
Drake, George B. ---------------S-64-3
Dred Scott decision --------------D-60-1
Dry Tortugas Key ------ --- Je-62-4
Duane's Co. of Sappers and Miners ...--A-61-1
DuBose, Dr. J.E. ---------------J-62-2
Dubose, John E. -----------------J-65-1
Dudley, Lyman -----------------0-61-1
Dudley's, Capt., Co. -----------A-62-4
Duggs, J.S. --------------------0-62-4
Duncan, Carl E. ----------------Je-65-6
Duncan, J. M. -----------M------------63-3
Duncan, M. L. ------------------Je-63-1
Dungenness, Cumberland Island ..-- My-65-6


Dunham, Joseph L. ------- Au-61-2; F-62-1;
A-62-3; F-64-2; JI-64-3; N-64-2; A-65-3
Dunham's Light Batt. Co. --- .. M-62-3;
Je-62-2; 0-63-3; My-64-2; JI-64-5; S-64-6
Dupont, Abraham --------------- A-61-4
DuPont, Samuel F.-- J-62-3; F-62-4; M-62-1;
M-62-2; Je-62-3; N-62-2; J-63-1; J-63-3;
J-63-4; F-63-1; F-63-2; M-63-1; M-63-2;
M-63-4; A-63-1; A-63-3; My-63-1; Je-63-1
Durrance's Detachment, Fla. Mounted Volun-
teers ----------------------- Au-61-2
Durrance, J. R. ------------------J-61-1
Duval County -------- My-61-1; Je-61-2;
0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-4
Duval County Cow Boys --My-61-1; Au-61-2
Duval, H. S. -------------------Au-61-2
Duval, Lucien S. ----------------Je-62-2
Dyer, Isaac -------------------My-63-4
Dyke, C. R. -------------M-62-1
Dyke, Charles E. ------------D-60-1; F-62-2
Dyke, James H. --- --------------F-62-1
Dyke's, Capt., Co. --- ------- A-65-1

E
Eason, Henry ------ J-64-3; J-64-4; My-64-3
Easton, I. C. -------------------D-64-4
East Bay ------- J-64-2; F-64-1; A-64-3;
A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-4; 0-64-3; J-65-3
East Creek -------------------- Au-63-4
East Florida Seminary --- F-61-2; Jl-61-1
East Gulf Blockading Squadron ..---- J-62-3;
My-62-2; Je-62-1; Jl-62-2; J1-62-3; Jl-62-4;
Au-62-1; Au-62-2; Au-62-4; N-62-1; D-62-2;
J-63-1; J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-4; M-63-2;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Je-63-4; Au-63-2; Au-63-4;
S-63-1; S-63-2; 0-63-2; N-63-1; N-63-2;
D-63-1; J-64-1; F-64-2; M-64-1; A-64-2;
A-64-4; My-64-1; Je-64-1; Jl-64-1; Au-64-1;
Au-64-2; Au-64-4; S-64-1; S-64-2; S-64-4;
0-64-2; N-64-2; D-64-1; D-64-3; D-64-4;
J-65-1; J-65-4; F-65-1; F-65-3; M-65-1;
A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-2; Je-65-2; Je-65-3;
Je-65-4
East River -------------------- J-63-3;
M-65-1; M-65-2; My-63-3
E. B. Hale, USS ------------- _A-63-3;
My-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Au-63-4
Echo, Brit. blockade runner -------My-63-4
Econfena River -----------------F-65-1
Education Association of the Confederate
States ----------------------- A-63-4
Edward, Brit. sch. ------ -------- D-63-5
Egmont Key --------- F-62-3; Jl-62-2;
Au-62-4; A-63-3; 0-63-2; JI-64-5
Egmont Key Lighthouse --My-63-1; D-63-5
Eichelberger's, Capt., Co. ----------Je-64-2
Eighth Fla. Inf. ------My-62-1; Je-62-1;
Jl-62-2; JI-62-3; Au-62-4; N-62-2; D-62-1;
D-62-2; M-63-4; Au-63-4; S-63-4; 0-63-2;
Je-64-1; D-64-3; F-65-4; A-65-2
Eighth Fla. Militia ----------62-2; 0-62-3
Eighth Miss. Inf. -------------- -0-64-3
Eighth U.S. Colored Inf. ---- ---F-64-3;
Je-64-2; Jl-64-6; Au-64-1
Eightieth Miss. Cav. ----------- 0-64-4
Eighty-second U.S. Colored Inf. ----. J1-64-3;
S-64-4; 0-64-1; 0-64-3; My-65-5; My-65-6;
Je-65-3
Eighty-six U.S. Colored Inf. -------S-64-4
El Escribano ---------------------My-62-4
Elder's Horse Batt. --------------M-64-1
Eleventh Fla. Inf. ------ D-64-3; Je-64-1;
F-65-4; M-65-4; A-65-2
Elias Reed, Conf. sch. ---------- N-62-2;
F-63-2; F-63-3
Eliza, Brit. sch. -------------------64-3
Elizabeth, Brit. sch. --- ------ D-62-4
Elizabeth, Brit. sloop -------------J-63-4


Ella Morse, USS ---------------- Jl-64-4
Ellen, Brit. sloop ---------N-62-4
Ellen, US gunboat -----M-62-4; A-62-2
Ellenton, Fla. ------------------ Je-62-3
Ellet, Henry T ------------------F-61-2
Elliott, Fred -------------J-65-1; J-65-2
Elliot, George ------------------ 0-63-1
Ellis, W. J. --------------------My-65-5
Ellison's Mill, Battle of -------- Je-62-2
Elvira, Conf. sloop -------- F-65-4
Ely, Alfred --------------------Au-61-1
Emancipation Proclamation --------S-62-3;
M-63-2; F-64-2
Emma, Brit. blockade runner------- J-62-2
Emma, Conf. st. ----------------Je-64-3
Emma, USS -------------------- A-65-4
Engineer Corps., Conf. ------------D-63-1
English, Dr. Charles --------------F-63-2
English, Earl ------- J-63-4; F-63-4; M-63-1
Eno, Frank ------------------ -My-65-5
Enterprise, Fla. -----------0-62-3; e-65-3
Enterprise, Conf. sloop ------------M-63-2
Eppes, Elizabeth ----------- J-61-2
Eppes, Francis ------------------F-63-2
Eppes, Susan Bradford ------------A-64-3
Eppes, Thomas Jefferson -- D-60-1; N-63-2
Erben, Hy. --------------J-61-2; F-65.1
Ernti, Conf. sch. ---------------Au-63-3
Ery, Joseph ----------- S-62-3
Escambia Bay ----------------- -N-63-3;
Au-64-6; 0-64-2; 0-64-3; N-64-2
Escambia County ---------A-61-1;
J-61-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1; My-65-2
Escambia County Rifle Rangers ..-- S-61-2
Escambia River ----------My-62-2;
N-63-3; D-63-5; JI-64-1
Ethan Allen, USS ---------------J-62-3;
F-62-3; My-62-1; Je-62-1; J1-62-3; Au-62-2;
N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-3
Etta, Conf. sch. -----------------A-64-1
Euchee Anna Courthouse (Walton County)
S-64-4; 0-64-1
Eugenia, Conf. sch. --------------M-62-3
Eugenie, US sch. --------Je-62-1; Au-62-2;
N-62-1; J-63-1; My-63-3; S-63-2; J1-64-4
Evans, A. D. -----------S-62-2
Evans' Inf. Co. J-------------------62-3
Everett, D. T ------------------D-62-2
Everett, Edward --- ------- D-60-1
Everglade, Conf. st. -------F-61-1; M-61-1
Exemption Act, Conf. ------0-62-4; F-64-2
Ezilda, US sch. --. Je-62-1; Je-63-1; M-64-2

F
Fairbanks, Lt., Conf. ---- A-64-4; My-64-3
Fanny, Brit. sch. ----------------Au-62-3
Fanny, Conf. sch. ---------J-62-2; Au-63-3
Fannie McRae, Brit. blockade runner --J-65-3
Farley, Andrew --------- 0-64-1; A-65-2
Farragut, David G. ------------62-2;
J-62-3; A-62-2; JI-62-1; S-62-1; J-63-4;
F-63-2; Je-63-3; F-64-3; M-64-3; M-64-4;
Au-64-1; Au-64-6; D-64-3
Farrand, Eben ------------------S-62-3
Fashion, Conf. sloop --- My-63-3; Je-63-1
Fay, C. D. ------------ Au-62-3
Fenholloway River --------------- J-63-3
Fernandina, Fla. --- D-60-1; D-60-2; F-61-1;
M-61-1; Je-61-1; Au-61-1; S-61-1; S-61-2;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-2;
J-62-1; J-62-2; J-62-3; F-62-2; F-62-3;
F-62-4; M-62-1; M-62-2; M-62-3; M-62-4;
A-62-1; A-62-2; A-62-4; J1-62-1; J1-62-3;
Au-62-1; S-62-1; S-62-3; S-62-4; 0-62-1;
0-62-4; N-62-1; N-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-1;
J-63-3; F-63-1; M-63-1; A-63-3; My-63-1;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-4; D-63-5;
J-64-4; F-64-2; A-64-2; My-64-2; Je-64-2;








Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4; 0-64-2; 0-64-4;
N-64-2; D-64-2; D-64-4; J-65-2; F-65-1;
F-65-3; M-65-2; A-65-1; A-65-3; A-65-4;
My-65-4; My-65-6; Je-65-2
Fernandina Beach ---------------Je-62-4
Fernandina East Floridian -------- D-60-1;
D-60-2; S-61-1; Jl-62-3
Fernandina and Cedar Keys RR (Fla. RR
Co.) ------------------ M-64-3; Je-65-5
Fifteen Mile Station ------- D-63-1; Jl-64-1
Fifth Fla. Batt.----. --------0-64-4; N-64-3
Fifth Fla. Inf. -----------M-62-3; A-62-4;
My-62-2; Je-62-3; JI-62-3; Au-62-1; Au-62-4;
0-62-1; 0-62-2; N-62-2; D-62-1; Au-63-1;
Au-63-4; S-63-3; S-63-4; J-64-1; Je-64-1;
D-64-3; F-65-4; A-65-2
Fifth Fla. Cav. ---------J-64-2; S-64-4;
S-64-5; 0-64-3; 0-64-4; F-65-2
Fifth Ga. Inf. -------------------F-62-3
Fifth U.S. Inf., Corps d'Afrique ....Je-63-2
Fifteenth Conf. Cav. ---------Je-64-4;
Au-64-2; S-64-4
Fifteenth Maine ----------D-62-4; My-63-4
Fifty-fifth Mass. Volunteers ----------A-64-2
Fifty-fourth Mass. Colored Inf. -.. F-64-3
Fifty-fourth Virginia ---------- S-63-3
Finegan, Camp -----------Au-63-3; F-64-2
Finegan's Ford ------------------ 0-64-3
Finegan, Joseph ---- J-61-1; A-61-1; J-62-3;
A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-1; My-62-2;
My-62-3; Je-62-1; Je-62-2; Je-62-3; Jl-62-1;
Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3; Jl-62-4; Au-62-2; S-62-1;
S-62-2; S-62-3; S-62-4; 0-62-2; 0-62-3;
0-62-4; N-62-1; N-62-2; N-62-3; N-62-4;
D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-2; J-63-3; F-63-2;
F-63-3; M-63-3; M-63-4; A-63-2; 0-63-2;
0-63-3; F-64-2; F-64-3; M-64-1; M-64-2;
A-64-2; A-64-3; My-64-3; My-64-4; Je-64-2;
D-64-2; M-65-3
Fingal, Conf. blockade runner -------- N-61-1
Finlayson, John ----------------My-63-2
Finley, Jesse J. ----------M-61-2; A-62-3;
Je-62-2; Je-62-3; JI-62-2; Au-62-3; J-63-2;
0-63-1; 0-63-2; N-64-3; D-64-3
First Ala. Inf. ----------------A-61-4
First Connecticut Lght. Batt. ------- S-62-4
First Fla. Batt. -. J1-64-4; Au-64-6; 0-64-2
First Fla. Cav., Conf. ----- Je-61-2; Jl-61-1;
J-62-3; F-62-3; M-62-1; M-62-3; A-62-2;
A-62-3; A-62-4; Je-62-2; Je-62-3 Jl-62-2;
Au-62-1; D-62-1; A-63-3; S-63-3; S-64-4
First Fla. Cav., U.S. ------..S-64-4; 0-64-1;
A-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-4 Je-65-5
First. Fla. Cav., Dismounted, Conf.-------
N-63-3; N-63-4; A-64-2; J-64-1; F-64-4;
Jl-64-3; S-64-6
First Fla. Inf. Regiment ------ A-61-1; A-61-2;
A-61-3; Je-61-1; 0-61-1; 0-61-2; J-62-3;
F-62-3; M-62-4; A-61-4; Jl-62-2; Au-62-2;
N-62-2; N-62-3; D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-1;
F-63-3; A-63-1; S-63-3; N-63-3; N-63-4;
F-64-3; Je-64-2; S-64-6
First Fla. Reserves ----S-64-4; N-64-3
First Fla. Rifles --------------My-62-2
First Fla. Special Inf. Batt. ----- D-61-2;
J-62-3; M-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-2; Je-62-2;
Je-62-3; Jl-62-4
First and Third Fla. Consolidated --N-62-2;
D-62-3; J-63-1; J-63-2; D-63-1; Au-64-1;
Au-64-2
First Ga. Regulars --------------F-64-3;
A-64-1; A-64-2; A-63-4; My-64-2
First Mass. Cav. ---------------S-62-4
First Miss. Inf. ..-----------------A-61-4
First N.Y. Eng. ---- ---Jl-62-4; D-62-4
First N. Carolina Colored Volunteers -------
F-64-3; M-64-2
First U.S. Art.. -----------------M-61-2;
D-61-2; JI-62-1; J-63-4; F-64-3


First U.S. Inf. ------------------D-61-2
Fish River --------------------Au-64-3
Fisher, William ------------------ J-63-3
Fitts, H. B. --------------------J-63-4
Five Brothers, Conf. sch. ----------M-63-3
Flambeau, USS ------------------ S-63-4
Flash, Brit. blockade runner --------N-64-4
Fleming, C. E. .........------------ A-64-1; F-65-1
Fleming's Island --------------- -Je-64-2
Fleming, Seaton -----------------0-61-1
Flint River ------------------- -Je-65-3
Florida, CSS ------------ F-62-1; M-62-4;
A-62-1; A-62-2; Au-62-2; Au-62-3; S-62-1;
S-62-3; J-63-4
Florida, USS ------- .....---------- Au-62-4;
F-63-4; My-64-4; D-64-2
Florida, Conf. sloop ----.....--Je-63-2; J-63-3;
M-64-4; F-65-3; A-65-2
Florida A Hundred Years Ago ---- Je-65-6
Fla. Baptist State Convention- D-60-2; N-63-1
Fla. Bd. of Internal Improvement ...--- J-62-3
Fla. Board of Parks and Historic Memorials
A-61-4; My-62-4; Je-62-4; Je-65-6
Fla. Brig. (Finegan) ------------- S-62-2;
M-63-3; S-63-3; N-63-1; My-64-1; My-64-3;
My-64-4; Je-64-1; Je-64-2; Je-64-4; S-64-1;
0-64-4; D-64-3; F-65-4
Fla. Card Manufacturing Company....S-63-1;
N-63-1; S-64-4; 0-64-4
Fla. Civil War Centennial Commission-....--
Jl-61-2; J-62-4; My-62-4; My-63-4; Au-63-4;
Je-65-6
Fla. Civil War Centennial Planning Commit-
tee -------------------------Jl-61-2
Fla. Federal Tax Commissioner ..--- D-63-2
Fla. State Convention -----------A-61-1;
A-61-3; A-61-4; J-62-2; J-62-3; F-62-1;
F-62-2; S-63-2
Florida During the Civil War -- My-63-4;
A-63-4
Fla. Gettysburg Memorial Commission ...-..
Au-63-4
Florida Handbook 1963-1964 -----...---M-65-4
Fla. Hospital (Richmond, Va.) --- Jl-62-3;
Au-62-2; S-62-1; S-62-3; S-62-4; 0-62-2;
0-62-3; D-62-1; D-62-3; J-63-4; Au-63-1;
Au-63-3; S-63-3; S-63-4; 0-63-1; N-64-3
Fla. Legislature ---------F-61-1; F-61-2;
N-61-1; D-61-1; D-61-2; N-62-2; N-62-3;
D-62-1; D-62-3; J-63-4; F-63-4; N-63-2;
N-63-3; N-63-4; N-64-4; D-64-1; D-64-2;
D-64-3; My-65-5
Fla. Light Artillery Co. ---..J-63-3; F-64.3;
S-64-6; 0-64-4; A-65-1
Fla. Keys --------------J-62-2; My-64-4
Fla. Library and Historical Commission
Je-65-6
Fla. Medical Purveyor's Office, Conf. ---
Au-62-2
Fla. Methodist Conference --------D-62-2;
0-63-4; D-64-1
Fla. Military and Collegiate Institute F-65-1
Fla. Militia ----------------- A-65-1
Fla. Mounted Volunteers ----------J-61-1
Fla. Presbytery -----------------My-61-2
Fla. RR. Co. ------------D-60-1; M-61-1;
Je-61-2; M-64-4; A-64-4; My-64-3
Fla. Rangers -------------D-63-3; D-63-4
Florida Reef -------------Jl-62-3; Au-62-2
Fla. Reserve Batt. ---------------0-64-4
Florida River ----------------- J-65-3
Fla. Secession Convention ---N-61-1; Je-65-4
Fla. State Road Department --------A-61-4
Fla. State Treasurer -------N-64-3
Fla. State University --------- My-62-4
Florida Town, Fla. ---------------N-63-3
Florida Volunteers -------------Je-61-1;
My-62-2; Au-63-1
Florence Nightingale, Conf. sch. M-63-1


Flowers, Benjamin --------------- 0-62-2
Floyd, Conf. sch. ----------------A-62-1
Floyd, Richard F. --------.....N-61-1; D-61-2;
F-62-1; F-62-2; M-62-2; M-62-3; M-62-4;
My-62-1; Je-62-1; Jl-62-2; S-62-3
Floyd's Inf. Co. ----------- D-63-3; M-64-2
Flushing, Conf. st .-----. ----------D-63-4
Fly, Brit. sch. -------------------J-64-2
Flying Cloud, Conf. sch. ---------J-63-2
Flying Fish, Brit. sloop ----- D-62-4
Foot, A. H. ----------- Je-63-1
Footman, William M. ------ A-62-2
Ford's Theatre, Washington ----- A-65-3
Forney, John H. --------------A-61-1;
My-62-3; 0-62-2; N-62-2
Forrest, Nathan Bedford -----------D-62-4
Forsyth, John ------------------M-61-2
Fort Clinch State Park ------ Je-62-3
Fort Henry, USS ----Je-62-1; Jl-62-3;
Au-62-2; 0-62-4; J-63-1; M-63-4; A-63-2;
My-63-2; My-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3;
Je-63-4; Au-63-2; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; 0-63-2;
My-64-2; My-64-4; Au-64-3; 0-64-2; D-64-3;
J-65-1; J-65-4; M-65-1; M-65-2 Je-65-2
Fort Myers, Fla. ---------------J-64-1;
J-64-3; J-64-4; A-64-3; My-64-3; Je-64-3;
J-65-2; M-65-3
Fortunate, Conf. blockade runner --My-64-4
Fortieth Mass. Mounted Inf. -------M-64-1;
F-64-2; F-64-3
Forty-eighth N.Y. Inf. ----- -- F-64-3;
M-64-3; M-64-4; A-64-1
Forty-seventh N.Y. Inf. ------F-64-3
Forty-seventh Penn. Volunteers ..-- S-62-4;
D-62-4; D-63-3; D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-1
Foster, John G. J-----e-64-2; Jl-64-6;
Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4; S-64-3;
S-64-4; 0-64-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-2;'
N-64-3; N-64-4; Je-65-5
Four Mile Landing --------------0-64-1
Four Mile Point ----------F-63-1; M-65-4
Fourteenth N.Y. Cav. ------------D-63-5;
J-64-4; J1-64-3
Fourteenth US Reg., Corps di Afrique --....
D-63-1
Fourth Fla. Batt. --.J-64-1; My-64-3; Je--64-2
Fourth Fla. Cav. ---------------M-64-2
Fourth Fla. Inf. -. J-61-1; S-61-1; 0-61-1;
0-61-2; N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-3;
M-62-1; M-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-2; J-62-2;
S-62-1; D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-1; J-63-2;
S-63-3; F-64-4; A-64-1; Au-62-3; S-64-6
Fourth Ga. Ca. -----------F-64-3; A-64-2
Fourth Ky. Cav. ----------------Je-65-1
Fourth Mass. Cav. ---------------M-64-1;
Jl-64-2; JI-64-5; Jl-64-6; Au-64-3; Au-64-5;
Au-64-6; S-64-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-4;
D-64-4; A-65-4
Fourth Mass. Inf. -----------D-63-5
Fourth N. Hampshire Inf.----. ----M-62-2;
Je-62-1; Jl-62-1; Au-62-3
Fourth Pennsylvania Inf. -------My-63-4
Fowler's Bluff -----------------A-64-4
Fox, US sch. ----------Je-63-1; Au-63-4;
0-63-2; D-63-4; D-63-5; A-64-3; My-64-1;
My-64-4; Je-64-2; Je-64-4; Jl-64-3; J-65-1;
J-65-3; F-65-2; M-65-1; Je-5-2
Fox, J. V. ---------------------F-63-3
Francis, J. R. ------------------J-62-1
Francisca, Conf. sch. ------ F-65-3
Franklin, Battle of ...----------- S-64-6
Franklin County --J-61-1; A-61-1; Jl-61-1;
0-61-2; D-62-3; 0-63-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Fraser, Edwin G. ----------------Je-65-6
Fraser, Philip ------------M-62-4; 0-62-4;
0-63-1; My-64-2; Je-64-1; Je-65-4
Frazier's Farm, Battle of ----------Je-62-2;
Jl-62-1; Au-62-4
Frazier, Robert ------------------J-65-1









Freedman's Bureau ---------- Je-65-2
Freeman, Harley L. --------------Je-65-6
Freeman, S. N. -----------------J-65-2
French, Charles A. --------J-65-3; J-65-4
French, William H. -------------- A-61-2;
My-61-1; My-61-2
Frolic, Conf. sch.-- My-63-4; Je-63-3; Je-63-4
Front Royal, Battle of -------------- 0-62-2
Fry, C. D. --------------------F-62-2
F. S. Bartow, Conf. sch. ----------Au-61-2
Fuell, James ---------------- Au-63-4
Fugitive Slave Law, US ------- D-60-1
Fulton, CSS ------------My-62-1; A-65-4
Fulton, J. Wayte, Jr. ------------My-62-4

G
Gadsden County ----------A-61-1; 0-61-2;
M-62-2; Je-62-2; 0-62-3; D-62-3; My-63-1;
0-63-1; 0-63-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-4
Gadsden, Fort -----M-62-3; My-62-2;
My-62-3; My-63-3; J-65-4
Gadsden's Point --Je-63-2; 0-63-2; My-64-1
Gaines, Fort ------------------M-64-4
Gaines Mill ----------------------0-62-2
Gainesville, Battle of -----------Au-64-4;
Au-64-5; Au-64-6
Gainesville Cotton States -----------J-63-2;
F-63-1; M-64-4; A-64-3; My-64-1; My-64-3;
My-64-4 Je-64-4; A-65-1
Gainesville, Fla. .--D-60-1; F-61-1; A-61-3;
A-62-2; Je-62-4; M-63-1; My-63-4; M-64-3;
J1-64-3; Au-64-1; Au-64-3; Au-64-4;
Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-1; S-64-3; S-64-5;
D-64-1; D-64-2; F-65-3; My-65-4; Je-65-6;
Je-65-3
Gainesville Minute Men -----------A-61-1
Galbraith, J. B. -----------------J-63-3;
Au-63-3; S-63-2; N-64-1
Galdraith, J. D. -----------------M-62-1
Galena, USS ------------- 0-64-2; 0-64-3
Gamble, Dr. C.. ------------------F-62-2
Gamble, John Gratton ------------Je-62-3
Gamble, Mrs. Laura -------------0-62-3
Gamble's Light Art. Co., Capt. R. H ...----
A-62-4; M-62-3; S-62-1; 0-63-3
Gamble, Robert H., Jr. M-62-1; A-62-3;
Je-62-3; 0-62-3; My-63-4; Je-65-4
Gardner, Frank ----------------M-64-2
Gardner, Richmond N. -----------F-62-3
Garibaldi, US sloop ---------------J-65-1
Garnett's Farm, Battle of --------- 0-62-2
Gasswuay Creek ----------------J-65-2
Gates, Fort ------------------ A-64-4;
Jl-64-6; M-65-3; Je-65-3
Gatlin, Benjamin -----------------J-62-2
Geddings, Dr. E. --------------- D-64-1
Gee Gee's Turnout ------------ D-62-1
Gem of the Sea, USS -------D-62-3; J-63-1;
F-63-1; F-63-4; M-63-2; A-63-2; A-63-3;
Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Au-63-2; Au-63-4; S-63-1;
S-63-4; 0-63-3; D-63-5; J-64-1; J-64-3;
Je-64-3; 0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-4
Gemsbok, USS ------------N-62-2; D-62-2
General Finegan (Madge), Conf. sloop ----
My-64-4; Je-64-3
General Meigs, USS --------My-62-2
General Rusk, USS --------------M-61-2
General Sumter Conf. river st. --M-64-3
General Worth, Conf. sch. ---------Au-63-4
Genovar, Mrs. W -----------F-63-1
George Burkhart, Conf. blockade runner ----
M-65-3
George Douthwaite, Brit. blockade runner ---
My-65-2
George Mangham, US sch. ----- M-65-4
George Peabody, USS ------------N-63-3
George W. Rogers, Conf. sch. -------Je-65-2
Georgia, CSS M-64-4; D-64-2


Ga. Civil War Centennial Commission --------
Au-63-4
Georgia Light Batt. Conf. -------- F-64-3
Gettis, James ------------- -61-2; M-63-2
Gettis, Capt., Co.. ------------- A-62-4
Gettysburg, Battle of --- A-63-4; Au-63-1
Gettysburg Centennial Commission --A-63-4
Gettysburg, Florida Monument ---Je-65-6
Gibbons, Sam M. ----------Au-63-4
Gibbs, G. C. ----------------- J-61-2
Gibbs, George C. -------------- Je-61-2
Gibson, William ----------------.. D-64-4;
F-65-1; F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-1
Gilchrist, S. S. -----------------N-64-3
Gill, W. G. -----------------N-61-2
Gillmore, Quincy A. ------------D-63-3;
J-64-2; J-64-3; J-64-4; F-64-1; F-64-2;
M-64-3; M-64-4; A-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-2;
My-65-3; My-65-6
Girault, J. F.--- ---------------S-62-2
Gist, W. H.---- --------------D-60-2
Gladden, A. H. -------N-61-2; J-62-3
Gladden, Camp (Wakulla County) --My-62-2
Glazir, Ezechiel -----------------Je-65-4
G. L. Brockenborough, Conf. sloop --N-62-3
Goldsborough, J. R. ----------- J-62-2
Goldsby's (Ala.) Cav. Co. --------- Au-64-6
Gonzales, A. J. --- --------------D-62-4
Gonzales, Camp (Pensacola RR.) ---------
M-64-1; JI-64-3
Gonzales, S. Z. ----------------Je-65-3
Gonzalia, Fla. --------0-62-4; Au-64-2
Good, T. H. ------------------My-63-4
Good Hope, Conf. sch. ..-- ---------A-64-3
Good Luck, Conf. sloop ------------J-63-2
Goose Bayou -----------------My-64-3
Goose Creek ----. N-62-4; F-64-4; M-64-2
Gordan, Francis M. -- -----------S-64-4
Gordon, Conf. sch. ----- ---------061-2
Gordon, George H.. -M-64-4; Je-64-1; Je-64-4
Gorgas, Josiah ------ -----J-62-2; F-62-4
Gould, Francis Huger Rutledge --- N-62-4
Gould, James M. ----------------N-62-4
Goulding, R. L. --------------My-62-4
Gourdin, T.S. - ---- -------M-61-2
Governor Milton, CSS ----------- D-62-4
Governor's Guards, Fla. --- --------F-61-2
Grant, Ulysses S. -------- ------F-62-3;
D-64-3; D-64-4; A-65-1; A-65-4
Graves, B. F. ------------------ F-63-3
Gray, John C., Jr. ------- N-64-3; My-65-6
Grayson, John B. ..--Au-61-2; S-61-1; S-61-2;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2
Greeley, Horace -----------------Au-61-1
Green Cove Springs, Fla. --------My-64-3;
Au-64-5; 0-64.3
Green, N. ----------------Je-65-3
Green's Plantation (Baldwin Road) -- -J1-64-2
Greene, Nathaniel --------------My-65-6
Greene, Theodore P. -------Je-64-4; Jl-64-1;
J1-64-3; Au-64-2; Au-64-4; Au-64-6; S-64-1;
S-64-3; S-64-6; 0-64-2
Gregory, Tatum and Co., Tallahassee-------
M-62-2
Grosman, A. F. -- -------------- J-63-1
Grubb, W. H. ----------J-65-3; J-65-4
Grunsell, James ----------------- 0-63-3
Guardian, Mrs. H. Louis ----------N-63-2
Guerin, H. C. ------------------0-63-1
Guernsey, Joseph S. ---------- Je-65-6
Guest, John ------------------- M-62-3
Gulf Blockading Squadron ------ J-62-2;
J-62-3; A-62-3; F-64-1
Gulf Breeze Sentinel --------My-62-3
Gulf Coast Junior College --------My-62-4
Gulf State Guards (Jackson Co.) --------
Jl-61-1; Jl-62-1
Gwynn, D. W. -------F-62-1; S-63-2; 0-63-3
Gwynn, Walter -----------------M-62-2;
D-62-1; M-63-2; F-64-2


H
Habana, Brit. st. ----------------My-62-3
Haddock, John C. ---------Je-61-1
Haddock, Joseph H. Je--------- -61-1
Hagans, Joseph -----------------Jl-64-3
Hale, USS -------0-62-1; N-62-1; Au-63-3;
S-63-2; Au-64-6; 0-64-2; M-65-2
Hall, Charles A. ---------------D-62-3
Hall, Charles N. --- -------------J-65-2
Halleck, Henry W. -------M-63-2; D-63-3;
J-64-2; J-64-4; N-64-2
Halliday, S. F. -----------------M-62-4
Halyburton, James D .... -------------. F-62-3
Hamilton Blues -----------------Jl-61-1
Hamilton County --- 0-63-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Hamilton, James A. --------------A-65-4
Hamilton's Art.. -----------------F-64-3
Hammock Guards (Marion Co.) -- -JI-61-1
Hampshire Volunteers -------------A-62-3
Handy, R. -------------J-64-4; S-64-1
Hamlin, Hannibal -------------M-61-1
Hancock, Conf. sloop ------------- D-63-5
Hancock, J.---- ---------------A-64-3
Handy, Brit. blockade runner ----A-63-3
Hanna, Dr. A. J. ---------------Je-65-6
Hannah, Brit. sloop -------------M-64-3
Hardee, W. J. ------------0-64-1; 0-64-2;
N-64-2; N-64-3; D-64-4; F-65-3
Hard Times, CSS ---------------- F-64-4
Harmony, D. B. ---- --- F-64-3; F-64-4
Harper, Thomas ---------------- -62-1
Harper's Ferry ------------------D-60-1
Harriet, Brit. blockade runner --- Je-63-4
Harriet A. Weed, US st. ---- M-64-3; A-64-4
Harriet Lane, USS --------------M-61-2;
F-62-4; My-62-1; J-63-4
Harris, Andrew L. --------------Jl-64-5;
Au-64-4; Au-64-5; S-64-5; N-64-4; D-64-4
Harris, Isham G. ----------------My-65-6
Harris, George J. -----My-65-5; Je-65-3
Harris, T. R. -----------------D-63-1
Harrison, G. P. ----- --F-64-3; M-64-1
Harrison, R. D. (Company B) ------Je-64-1
Hart, Allen ------------------ S-64-4
Hart, Edwin A. ------M-62-2; D-63-2
Hartford, USS --- -- S-62-1; D-64-3
Hastings, Fla. ----------------Je-61-2
Hatch Batt. ----------------N-64-4
Hatch, John P. ------M-64-4; A-64-3;
Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4;
Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-1; S-64-3; S-64-4;
S-64-5; 0-64-1; 0-64-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Hatteras, USS ----- ----J-62-2
Hatteras, Fort ------------------ Au-61-2
Hattie Brock, Conf. st. -------------- M-64-3
Haul Over (Cape Canaveral) -------Au-63-2
Hawes, George E. ----------------M-63-2
Hawkins, G. S. --- ------------J-62-1
Hawley's Brigade ----------F-64-3
Hay, John ------- J-64-2; J-64-3;
J-64-4; F-64-1; M-64-1; M-64-4
Hearn, James -------------------S-63-4
Hebard, Edward ---------- J-65-1
Helen, Conf. sloop -------My-62-2; A-63-2
Henderson, C. C. ----------------Je-61-1
Hendrick Hudson, USS --- F-63-1; M-63-4;
A-63-3; My-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3;
Au-63-2; J-64-1; M-64-4; My-64-2; S-64-3;
0-64-2; N-64-2; D-64-1; J-65-1; J-65-3;
J-65-4; F-65-1; M-65-1; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Hendry, John M. O----- --- 0-61-2; D-61-2
Hendry, Thomas W. --------------Jl-61-1
Henrietta, Conf. sloop------- J-64-1; Jl-64-2
Henry, USS ------------------My-63-4
Henry Adrew, US Gunboat ----- M-62-4
Henry, G. V. -------F-64-2; F-64-3; M-64-1
Henry's Inf. Co. -----------F-64-2
Henry, Thomas Y. ------------N-64-4
Henter, Robert M. T. ------------F-62-4
Hermosa, USS ------------------J-63-3










Hernandez, Mrs. J. V. -- ------F-63-1
Hernando County ----------- 0-64-4; N-64-1
Hernando Guards --------- Au-61-2
Hibiscus, USS -- J-65-1; F-65-2; M-65-1;
M-65-2; A-65-2; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Hickman, William -----------------S-61-2
Hickory Hill, Fla. -----------S-64-3; S-64-4
Higginson, Thomas W. M-63-2
High Springs, Fla. J-------e-62-3
Hillsborough County --------------J-61-1;
D-61-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Hillsborough County Courthouse .-- F-61-2
Hillsborough River -----------------63-2;
0-63-4; N-63-1; D-63-2
Hilton, Robert B. -----------------D-60-2;
Au-62-3; 0-62-1; F-63-4; My-63-3; Je-63-2;
S-63-4; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; J-65-1
Hilton's Co. ---------------------- A-63-1
Hinckley, Alex. ---------- J-65-2
Hindman's Div., Conf. --------S-63-3
Hines, James E. -------------------J-64-3
Hodgson, Fort -------------Jl-64-3; Jl-64-4
Hoeg, H. H. -----------M-62-2
Holbrook, William C. ---------N-63-2
Holland, D. P. ---------- My-64-2
Holmes County --- M-62-2; 0-63-2; 0-64-4
Holmes, George ------------------J61-2
Holmes, Henry M. ------- --- S-63-3
Holmes' Mill (Nassau River) --------
Jl-64-3; J-65-2
Homosassa, Fla. ------------Je-62-3; Je-63-2
Homosassa River ------_ A-63-2;
A-64-3; My-64-4; Je-64-3
Honduras, USS --Au-63-4; 0-63-2; 0-63-3;
D-63-1; J-64-1; J-64-3; A-64-3; A-64-4;
My-64-1; My-64-2; Jl-64-5; Au-64-3; 0-64-2;
J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-4; F-65-4; M-65-1;
M-65-2; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Honeysuckle, USS ------------- D-63-1;
J-64-2; J-64-3; M-64-1; M-64-4; A-64-4;
Jl-64-5; Au-64-2; Au-64-4; J-65-1; J-65-2;
J-65-4; F-65-4; M-65-1; Je-65-2
Hood, John B. ------------------1-64-4
Hooker, Cooper ---------------Jl-64-2
Hope, USS ------------- -----J-63-1
Hope, David ------------ S-64-3
Hopkins and Co. (Tallahassee) ----------
N-62-3; Au-63-1
Hopkins, Charles F. ----My-61-1; Je-61-2;
0-62-1; 0-62-3; My-64-3; Je-64-2
Hopkins, Edward ---------------D-60-1;
0-61-1; N-61-1; Jl-61-1; M-62-1
Hopkins, Edward A. -------D-60-2; M-62-3
Hopkins Independent Troop -------D-61-2;
J-62-3; A-62-4
Home, Mallory E. Je---------------J-65-6
Horse Landing, Fla. ---------My-64-2
Horseshoe Bay ----------------- J-63-3
Hortense, Conf. blockade runner ---F-63-3
Hosford, R. L. ----------- Je-65-6
Houston, Edward -----------Jl-62-3
Houston, Fla.. ---------------------A-65-3
Houston, Fort (Tallahassee) ---------M-65-1
Houstoun, E. ------ ------ S-62-1
Howard's Grove Hospital (Richmond) -
S-62-4; N-64-3
Howe, E. C.. -----------------------0-62-4
Howell, Daniel R. ----------Je-61-1
Howell Guards, (Leon Co.) --------Au-61-2;
Je-62-2
Howell, Maggie --------- Au-61-2
Howquah, USS ------------- Je-65-2
Huett's Bluff ------------- S-64-5; 0-64-1
Hughes, A. A. -----------M-63-1
Humphreys, A. A. Je-65-3; Je-65-4
Hunt, James P. ------------Au-62-3; S-62-1
Hunter, David ---------- My-62-1;
My-62-3; Jl-62-4 Je-63-3
Hunter, Dr. Green -----------------S-62-4


Hunter, Robert M. T.--- J------------61-2
Hunter, USS ----------------------M-64-4
Hunt's Co. ------------------------A-61-1
Huntsville, USS -----------Jl-61-1; JI-62-2;
Au-62-1; Au-62-4; N-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-1;
J-63-4; F-63-1; M-63-2; M-63-3; A-63-1;
A-63-2; My-63-2; Je-63-1; Au-63-2; Au-63-4;
A-64-4; J1-64-4; Au-64-4
Hurlbut, George R ..... ...-------------... Au-64-5;
N-64-4; D-64-4
Hussar, USS ---- ...----------- A-64-3; Je-65-3

I
Ida, Conf. sch. --------------------M-63-1
Illinois, USS ---------------------A-61-3;
My-61-1; Jl-61-1
Impressment Act, Conf. ---M-63-4; Je-63-1
Independent Fla. Cav. Co. --.. 0-64-4; N-64-3
Independent Mass. Cav. US ----------F-64-3
Independent Union Rangers --------- A-64-1
Indian, CSS ..--------F-62-2; Au-62-3; D-62-3
Indian Key ---------------Je-63-1; My-65-2
Indian River .--- My-62-1; Je-62-2; N-62-4;
D-62-2; D-62-3; J-63-1; F-63-4; M-63-2;
A-63-4; My-63-3; Je-63-1; Au-63-2; D-63-3;
D-63-4; F-64-4; A-64-4; My-64-1; My-64-4;
Au-64-1; 0-64-2; D-64-1; J-65-1; J-65-4;
F-65-3; M-65-3; My-65-6; Je-65-2

Indian River Inlet ---------Je-62-1; JI-62-2;
Jl-62-3; Jl-62-4; 0-62-4; M-63-2; A-63-2;
A-63-3; Je-63-2; D-63-4; M-64-1; M-64-3;
Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Au-64-2; Au-64-4; S-64-6
Indian River Narrows --------------F-63-1
Inez, Brit. blockade runner ..----------A-63-3
Ingram, John ----------------------S-64-3
Ingram, Tillman --------- A-62-2
Inspector-General, Conf. ----------N-63-1
Ino, USS --- J-65-1; J-65-3; J-65-4; Je-65-2
Invalid Corps. Conf. ------- S-64-3
lola, Fla. -------------------My-62-2
Iola Florida Plantation --------N-64-2
Ironclad Ships, Brd. of U.S. -- --- S-61-1
Iroquois, USS ------------------- S-61-2
Isabel, Conf. sch. ----------------F-62-1
Isabel, Conf. st. ----------Au-63-3; D-63-2
Isabella, Conf. sch. -----------D-62-1;
My-63-2; Je-63-1
Isaac Smith, USS ---------------A-62-1
Island City, USS ----------- -M-64-3
Isonomia, USS ...--- S-64-4; 0-64-2; N-64-2;
J-65-1; J-65-4; M-65-1; My-65-2; Je-65-2
Itasca, USS -------------------- J-62-3
Itasva, USS --------------------Je-65-3
luka, USS ---------------Je-64-1; Je-64-4;
Jl-64-5; Au-64-4; 0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-4;
M-65-1; M-65-4; Je-65-2; Je-65-3
Ives, W. M. J-------------e-62-2; M-63-2

J
Jackson, Andrew ------J-63-2; M-65-4
Jackson County ---------A-61-1; J1-61-1;
0-61-2; D-62-3; A-63-2; My-63-4; S-63-3;
0-63-1; S-64-3; S-64-4; S-64-6; 0-64-4;
N-64-1; N-64-2
Jackson Home Guards S------- S-64-5
Jackson, John K. --------11-64-4; JI-64-6;
Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-1;
S-64-4; S-64-5; S-64-6
Jackson Road ----- ----------S-64-4
Jackson, Stonewall ---------- Au-62-1
Jacksonville Civil War Round Table-My-62-4
Jacksonville, Fla. ------ D-60-1; F-61-1;
A-61-3; My-61-2; J1-61-1; 0-61-1; M-62-2;
M-62-3; M-62-4; A-62-1; A-62-2; A-62-4;
My-62-2; Je-62-3; Je-62-4; Au-62-4; S-62-3;
S-62-4; 0-62-1; 0-62-2; 0-62-3; D-62-3;
D-62-4; M-63-1; M-63-2; M-63-3; M-63-4;


My-63-1; Je-63-3; Au-63-3; S-63-2; F-64-1;
F-64-2; M-64-1; M-64-2; M-64-3; M-64-4;
A-64-1; A-64-2; A-64-3; My-64-1; My-64-2;
Je-64-1; Je-64-2; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; JI-64-2;
Jl-64-3; Jl-64-4; Jl-64-5; Au-64-1; Au-64-2;
Au-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-6; S-64-1; S-64-4;
S-64-6; 0-64-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-4;
D-64-4; F-65-2; M-65-2; A-65-1; A-65-2;
A-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-4;
My-65-5; Je-65-1; Je-65-4
Jacksonville Florida Times Union- My-62-3;
My-62-4; F-65-3
Jacksonville Light Inf. --- Au-61-1; Au-61-2
Jacksonville Mirror -----------------D-60-2
Jacksonville Republican -------------D-60-1
Jacksonville St. John's Mirror --- My-61-1;
Je-61-1; JI-61-2
Jacksonville Southern Confederacy ---M-61-2
Jacksonville Standard ---------------D-60-2
Jacksonville and Tallahassee RR --Je-64-1
Jacksonville Union ------ -Je-63-3;
S-64-4; D-64-4; F-65-2
Jacob Bell, USS -----------------0-63-4
Jahns, Capt. Co., C., Fed. ------- -A-61-1
James Battle, US prize st. ..--Au-63-3; S-63-3
James L. Davis, US bark --------My-62-1;
My-62-2; Je-62-1; J11-62-3; A-64-1; My-64-1;
Jl-64-2; JI-64-3; Au-64-1; Au-64-4; 0-64-2;
J-65-1; J-65-4
James S. Chambers, USS ----------J-63-1;
M-63-1; Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-1;
J1-64-2; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4;
S-64-6
Jamestown, USS sch. 1. J-61-2; Au-61-1
Jane, Conf. sch. ---------------My-62-1
Jeeter's Co. Capt. -------------------0-63-3
Jefferson Beauregards ------------Au-61-2
Jefferson County -...F-61-1; A-61-1; 0-61-2;
D-62-3; My-63-2; My-63-3; Je-63-1; S-63-3;
0-63-2; S-64-5; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Jefferson Co. Rifles ---- F-61-1; Au-61-2
Jefferson Davis, Conf. brig --------Je-61-1;
Jl-61-2; Au-61-1
Jefferson, Fort (Tortugas) --J-61-2; F-61-1;
M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2; My-62-2; Je-62-4;
Jl-62-4; My-63-3; Au-64-6
Jefferson, Thomas ---------------M-62-3
Jeffreys, William 0. ------------- D-63-1
Jenkins, Thornton A. --------Au-64-1
Jeter, William A. --D-63-3; M-64-2; S-64-4
J. H. Kennedy, US coal brig --------S-63-4
J. L. Davis -------Au-62-2; N-62-1; Je-63-1
Joanna Ward, Conf. sch. -----------F-62-4
John Adams, blockade runner .--- Je-61-2
John Carver, US sch. -----J1-------61-2
John Hale, Brit. sch. --------F-65-1; F-65-2
Johns, John E. ------------------J-62-4;
My-63-4; Je-65-6
Johns, John M.. ------------------F-65-3
Johnson, A. A. -----------------.A-65-1
Johnson, Andrew ----...--- My-65-3; My-65-5;
Je-65-1; Je-65-3; Je-65-4; Je-65-5
Johnson, B. J. -----------S-62-2; M-63-4
Johnson, E. D. --------J----------e-65-5
Johnson, Herschell V. -------D-60-1; D-60-2
Johnson, James B. -----------------J-64-1
Johnson, Robert ------ ---- S-63-4
Johnston, A. S. ------------- F-62-2;
F-62-3; F-62-4; M-62-4
Johnston, Joseph E. -------J-64-1; J-64-2;
F-65-3; F-65-4; A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-2
Johnston, V. M. --------J--------65-1; F-65-1
John Wesley, Conf. sloop -----------Je-63-3
Jones, Charles C. ---------------M-64-1
Jones, Crozier C. --------- Je-61-1
Jones, D. H. -------------------A-64-2
Jones, John T.. ------------------S-62-2
Jones, Sam ------J-62-3; F-62-1; F-62-2;
F-62-4; A-62-1; A-62-3; A-62-4; Au-62-3;










Je-64-1; Jl-64-5; Au-64-2; Au-64-5; S-64-1;
S-64-4; S-64-6; 0-64-1; 0-64-2; D-64-4;
J-65-1; F-65-1; M-65-1; M-65-4; A-65-1;
A-65-2; My-65-1; My-65-2; Je-65-1
Jones, Thomas M. ...-------- A-62-1; A-62-3;
My-62-1; My-62-2 My-62-3
Jordan, Andrew C. ----------------J-64-4
Jordan, Edward -----------------F-64-2
Jordan, Thomas -- ----------- A-63-1
Jordan, Thomas E. --------------- 61-2
Jordan, W. McR. ------------J-----64-1
Jordan, Weymouth T. ------------Je-65-6
Josephine, Conf. sloop -------A-64-1; J-65-1
Joseph Whitney, US sloop ------ F-61-1
Jos. M. Houston, US sch.---------- N-62-2
Judah, Conf. sch ---------------. S-61-2
Julia, Brit. sloop ----------------- J-63-2
Julia, US sloop ------- Je-63-1; M-64-2
Jupiter, Brit. st. -------- --- Je-64-4
Jupiter Inlet -------------D-62-3; J-63-1;
J-63-2; J-63-4; F-63-2; A-63-2; Je-63-2;
Au-63-2; Au-63-4; S-63-2; J-64-1; J-64-2;
J-64-3; F-64-1; My-64-1; Je-64-3; Je-64-4;
Jl-64-1; Jl-64-2; My-65-3; Je-65-2
Jupiter Inlet lighthouse ------------J-61-2
Justina, Brit. sloop ------------.... -- A-63-4

K
Kain, Conf. sch ----------------- J-64-2
Kanawha, USS ------------------J-65-1
Kansas-Nebraska Act controversy --D-60-1
Kate, Brit. sch. ------------------D-62-4
Kate, Conf. sloop ---------Je-62-2; Je-63-4
Kate Dale, Conf. blockade runner -- 0-63-2;
N-63-1; A-64-1
Kate L. Bruce, Conf. sch. J-----e-62-1
Keene, 0. L.. -------------------M-62-4
Kelly, William W. J -------------S-62-3
Kemp, Benjamin ----------------0-63-3
Kenan, Daniel L. .....-------- A-62-3; M-65-3
Kennedy, William M. -------------D-62-3
Kennesaw Mountain -------------Je-64-4
Kensington, USS -----------N-62-2 ;N-624
Key Biscayne ------------J-63-2; My-65-1-
Keyes, Erasmus D. --------------- A-61-1
Keys, William ------------- Je-62-3
Keystone State, USS -------- S-61-2;
F-62-2; Au-62-3
Keys, Florida ------------------- 0-64-3
Key West, Fla. -----------D-60-1; D-60-2;
F-61-1; M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2; A-61-4;
My-61-1; Je-61-1; JI-61-1; Je-61-2; S-61-2;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; N-61-2; J-62-2; A-62-1;
My-62-1; My-62-2; My-62-3; Je-62-2;
Je-62-4; Jl-62-1; Jl-62-2; JI-62-3; Jl-62-4;
Au-62-1; Au-62-2; Au-62-4; S-62-1; 0-62-4;
N-62-1; N-62-2; N-62-3; N-62-4; D-62-1;
D-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-1; J-63-3; J-63-4;
F-63-2; F-63-3; F-63-4; M-63-2; My-63-2;
My-63-3; M-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3;
Je-63-4; Au-63-2; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-1;
S-63-2; S-63-4; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; 0-63-3;
0-63-4; N-63-1; D-63-1; D-63-3; J-64-1;
J-64-2; J-64-3; F-64-1; F-64-2; F-64-4;
M-64-1; M-64-2; M-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-2;
A-64-4; My-64-1; My-64-2; My-64-3;
Je-64-2; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-3;
J11-64-4; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-6;
S-64-1; S-64-2; S-64-3; S-64-5; S-64-6;
0-64-1; 0-64-2; 0-64-3; N-64-3; D-64-1;
D-64-3; J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-3; J-65-4;
F-65-1; F-65-2; F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-1;
M-65-3; M-65-4; A-65-2; A-65-3; My-65-1;
My-65-2; Je-65-2; Je-65-4; Je-65-5
Key West Key of the Gulf ----- D-60-1;
D-60-2; My-61-1
Kilcrease's Art --- ----- -S-63-1; N-64-3
King, Tom --------------------My-62-3


Kingfisher, USS ----- -----F-62-4
My-62-1; Je-62-1; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; S-62-2
King's Road ------- M-64-2; Jl-64-3; S-64-1
Knott, James R. ----------A-61-4; Je-65-6
Kossuth, Louis ------------S-64-4; N-64-4

L
Ladd, Mrs. Daniel ---------------Au-62-3
Ladies' Benevolent Associations, Leon County
------------------ My-61-2
Ladies Dramatic Aid Society of Tallahassee
_--------------F-62-1; Au-62-4
LaFayette, Conf. sloop ------------A-62-1
Lafayette County ---------JI-61-1; A-63-4;
S-63-2; J-64-4; M-64-4; Au-64-3; 0-64-4;
N-64-1; N-64-3
Lake City Columbian -------Je-62-2; N-62-2;
0-63-2; S-64-1
Lake City, Fla. -..-- D-60-1; F-61-1; F-62-2;
F-62-3; Je-62-3; Je-62-4; S-62-1; N-62-1;
N-62-2; D-62-1; D-62-3; J-63-3; F-63-1;
F-63-2; My-63-1; Je-63-3; F-64-2; F-64-3;
F-64-4; M-64-1; M-64-3; A-64-1; My-64-3;
SMy-64-4; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-5; S-64-3;
S-64-5; D-64-1; D-64-2; F-65-1; F-65-2;
M-65-2; A-65-1; Je-65-2; Je-65-3
Lake City Herald ------------------D-60-2
Lake City Press ------------D-60-2; S-61-2
Lake City and Blunt Ferry Railroad Company
--------------------------------- F-61-1
Lake City RR (Fla. Atlantic and Gulf Cen-
tral RR) --------------------- J-64-5
Lake George ------------M-64-3; Au-64-4
Lakin, Jerome --------------J---- -65-2
Lambert, George S. ----------------62-1
Lambert, Moses ----------------- 0-62-1
Lambias,"D. J ------------------F-63-1
Lambias, G. E. ----------------- F-63-1
Lambias, Joseph -------------- F-63-1
Lane, Ben. B. -----------------Je-64-1
Lane, Mrs. Thomas Hill -----------Je-65-2
Lang, David --- -----Je-62-1; D-62-2;
My-64-1; My-64-4; F-65-4
Lardner, James L. -------My-62-2; Je-62-1;
J1-62-1; J11-62-2; Jl-62-3; JI-62-4; Au-62-1;
Au-62-2; Au-62-4; N-62-1
Lash, Jacob A. ------------------D-64-1
Last Resort, Conf. sloop -----------Je-64-4
Last Trial, Conf. blockade runner -- 0-63-1
LaTrobe, C. H. --1... J1-62-2; JI-62-4; S-62-3
Laura, Brit. blockade runner -------- J-64-3
Laura, Conf. sch.------S-63-4; D-63-5; M-64-1
Lauretta, Brit. blockade runner --M-64-1
LaVilla Institute, Jacksonville -------F-61-1
LaVilla (Jacksonville) ------ J-61-1; A-62-3
Lawton, A. R. .-- -- S-61-1; S-61-2; D-61-2
Lawton, Fla. --------------------S-64-6
Lay, Camp (Madison) ------..... F-64-4; N-64-2
Lealtad, Conf. sch. ---- -----M-64-3
L'Engle, Edward M. -------- J-61-1; 0-62-4
L'Engle, Edwin ------------ F-65-3
L'Engle, Francis -----------------A-65-4
L'Engle, John C. ------------....S-62-2
Lee, Camp (Gainesville) -M-62-1; Au-62-3
Lee, Camp (Tallahassee) ---------My-62-2
Lee, Robert E .....----A-61-3; N-61-1; N-61-2;
D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-1; J-62-2; J-62-4;
F-62-2; F-62-3; F-62-4; M-62-1; M-62-3;
A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4; S-62.4; N-63-1;
J-65-2; A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-4; My-65-1
Legislature, Fla. --------- -------D-60-2;
F-61-1; D-61-2; D-62-2
Le Grange (Four Mile Landing) --- S-64-4
Leon, Camp (Tallahassee) ---------M-62-1;
Jl-62-3; S-62-3; D-62-1
Leon County ------------D-60-1; F-61-1;
A-61-1; Jl-61-1; Je-61-2; Au-61-2; 0-61-2;
F-62-3; D-62-3; My-63-3; Je-63-1; Je-63-4;


S-63-3; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; N-63-2; A-64-4;
0-64-4; N-64-1; Je-65-4
Leon Co. Artil. -----------------M-62-1
Leon County Commissioners --------
My-63-1; N-63-1
Leon County Probate Court --------Je-63-3
Leon Rifles -------------------- Jl-61-1
Leonardy, M --- ----- F-63-1; My-63-1
Leonardy, Mrs. P --- -------------F-63-1
Leonardy, Mrs. R ----------------F-63-1
LeRoy, William E. ----- F-62-2; Au-62-3
Lesley, John T. ----- -----Au-61-2
Leviathan, USS ------------------ S-63-3
Levy County ---- Je-61-1; Je-61-2; D-62-1;
J-64-4; Au-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-1; My-65-6
Levyville, Fla. -----------F-65-2
Lewis, David ---------------- J-62-3
Lewis, Edward ------------------ F-65-3
Libby Prison ------------------Au-61-1
Liberty County ---- J-61-1; JI-61-1; 0-61-2;
D-62-1; D-62-3; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Light House Island -------------M-65-1
Light-House Point ---------J------ e-63-2
Lincoln-Douglas debates --- ----D-60-1
Lincoln, Abraham --D-60-2; M-61-1; M-61-2;
A-61-1; A-61-3; My-61-1; J1-61-1; Au-61-1;
M-62-2; A-62-4; My-62-4; Je-62-4; S-62-3;
N-62-2; D-63-2; D-63-5; N-63-1; J-64-2;
J-64-3; F-64-2; M-64-1; M-64-4; My-64-2;
S-64-4; N-64-2; D-64-2; D-64-4; J-65-3;
A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-3; Je-65-1
Lincoln, Mrs. Abraham ----------M-61-1
Lincoln, Camp (Santa Rosa Island) ----
D-61-2; A-62-4; My-62-1
Lincoln's Plan of Reconstruction --- M-64-4
Linda, Brit. sch. -------M-64-3
Linnet, Brit. blockade runner ---- My-63-2
Little Escambia River ------------D-64-3
Littlefield, Milton S. --------------S-64-4
Little Lagoon ----------------- N-64-4
Little Lily, CSS --------------- Au-63-3;
D-63-2; D-63-4; D-63-5
Little Marco ------------------- 0-64-3
Little St. Mary's River --. Au-64-4; Au-64-6
Little Trout Creek ------------ JI-64-2
Lively Drug and Chemical Store (Talla-
hassee) .-- M-62-1; J11-62-2; S-62-1; N-62-3
Live Oak cemetery --------------- Je-62-4
Live Oak, Fla. ---Au-64-3; S-64-6; A-65-3
Liverpool and Charleston Steamship Co.
A-61-2
Livingston, Daniel G. -------------My-65-3
Livingston, F. -------------------F-63-3
Lizzie Davis, Conf. blockade runner-- S-63-3;
S-64-4; 0-64-1; 0-64-3; 0-64-4
Lizzie Weston, Conf. blockade runner J-62-3
London Fun ----------------------N-63-1
London Times -------------------My-61-2
Long Bar ---------------------- F-63-1
Long, Mrs. Ellen Call -- My-61-2; S-62-2
Long, Thomas T.. ---------------- N-62-2
Loring, William Wing ----------My-61-2;
Au-61-1; S-62-2; S-62-4
Louisa, Brit. sch ------- ---------64-2
Love, Thomas R. ----------------D-62-2
Lowe, E. C. -------------------My-65-3
"Loyal Citizens of the U.S. of America"--
M-62-4
Lucas, T. J -------------------- A-65-1
Lucinda, USS --------------J----- -63-2
Lucy, Brit. blockade runner -------... Je-62-2;
0-64-2; 0-64-3
Lungoon, Dr. H. Y. -------------M-63-4
Lunt, William W. ----------------A-62-1
Lupke, Francis ------------------ D-64-3
Lutterloh, E. J ----. ------F-65-2; My-65-1
Lydia, Conf. blockade runner -------F-64-1
Lynch, D. --------------------- J-62-4








M
M. A. Wood, US sch. -----------My-62-2
MacDonell, Augustus 0. ----------Je-61-1;
J-63-1; D-63-1; Au-64-2
MacDonnell, T. A. ---------------J1-62-2
Macedonian, USS ---------------- -61-2
Mack Company -----------------Je-63-1
Macomber, J. H ...... ---------------Au-64-2
Madison County ------ A-61-1; JI-61-1;
0-61-2; D-62-3; A-63-3; A-63-4; My-63-3;
My-63-4; Je-63-1; S-63-3; 0-63-1; 0-63-2;
0-64-4; N-64-1
Madison County Commissioner .-- My-63-1
Madison County Courthouse --------D-60-2
Madison, CSS .------------e-61-2; J1-61-1
Madison, Fla. ------------J-61-2; 0-61-1;
M-62-2; M-62-4; D-62-3; J-63-3; N-63-1;
F-64-4; Au-64-3; A-65-1; A-65-3; My-65-1;
My-65-3; My-65-4
Madison Grey Eagles .......---------- Au-61-2
Madison Messenger ..... ---------D-60-2
Madison Rangers ----------------Jl-61-1
Madisonville, Fla ...... -------- M-65-3
Maffitt, J. N.. .........------------------- 0-63-4
Maggie Fulton, Brit. blockade runner ---.--
A-63-2
Magnolia, Conf. sloop ------------D-63-3
Magnolia, Fla. ----------J-64-5; Au-64-2;
Au-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-1;
0-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-1; N-64-2
Magnolia State Guards ---------- F-62-1;
A-62-3; J1-62-2
Magnolia, USS ----------F-62-3; Jl-62-2;
N-62-1; D-62-4; J-63-1; Je-63-1; Je-63-2;
Au-63-2; A-64-4; J1-64-1; Au-64-4; S-64-3;
0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-3; J-65-4; F-65-4;
M-65-1
Magruder, J. B. -----------------S-61-2
Mahaska, USS -----------A-64-2; D-64-4;
F-65-1; F-65-3; M-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-3;
Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Mahattie, USS ------------------J-64-6
Maiers, Richard -----------------0-63-3
Mail, Brit. st. ............------------------0-63-2
Malco Inlet (Marco Pass) -..Je-64-3; F-65-1
Mallory, Stephen R. ----- J-61-1; J-61-2;
F-61-1; F-61-2; M-61-1; M-61-2; My-61-2;
Je-61-1; Jl1-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-1; 0-61-1;
D-61-1; My-62-3; Je-62-1; Je-62-4; J1-62-2;
Au-62-2; S-62-2; F-63-4; N-63-4; F-64-3;
A-64-4; My-64-3; My-64-4; N-64-4; My-65-5;
Je-65-4
Manassas, Battle of ------------- 0-62-1;
0-62-2; Au-62-4
Manatee County ...----------0-64-4; D-64-2
Manatee, Fla. ---Je-62-3; Au-63-2; D-64-2
Manatee River ----------Je-63-4; Au-64-1;
J-65-3; J-65-4 Je-65-4
Mandarin, Fla. J--------- e-64-4;
Jl-64-3; 0-64-2; A-65-2
Mandarin Point ---------------A-64-1
Mandlin's (Munnerlin's) Batt. --My-65-6
Mann, Hiram T. ---------------My-65-5
Maple Leaf, US transport -----..-- D-63-4;
M-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-2; A-65-2
Marine Corps, Conf. ----------J1-61-2
Marple, W. W. --N-64-4; D-64-4
Margaret, Brit. blockade runner --- F-63-1
Margaret Ann, Conf. freight sloop -- Je-65-4
Maria, Brit. blockade runner _-N-62-2; N-62-4
Maria Alberta, Brit. blockade runner --------
N-63-4
Maria Louise, Conf. sloop --------- J-64-2
Marianna, Battle of -------------Je-62-3
Marianna, CSS -----------------M-62-3
Marianna Dragoons ..--------A-62-2; F-63-4
Marianna Enterprise Sentinel -------- D-60-2
Marianna, Fla. -... S-61-2; 0-61-1; M-62-4;


F-63.1; My-63-4; J-64-2; F-64-4; Jl-64-1;
Au-64-3; S-64-3; S-64-4; S-64-5; S-64-6;
0-64-1; D-64-1; A-65-1; My-65-1; My-65-4
Marianna Patriot ------------------D-60-2
Marigold, US steam tug ----------e-63-4;
Au-63-2; S-63-3; My-64-3; Jl-64-5; 0-64-2;
J-65-4; F-65-4; Je-65-4
Marion County ----------e-61-1; J1l-61-1;
Au-62-3; D-62-1; 0-63-1; J1-64-5; Au-64-1;
Au-64-2; Au-64-3; N-64-1; M-65-2; My-65-4
Marion Dragoons ------------- Je-61-1
Marion, Fort ------------J-61-1; My-61-1;
Je-61-2; A-62-3; 0-62-3; S-64-2
Marion Hornets .......----..-------------.. A-62-2
Marion Light Art. Co. ---------J-61-2;
Je-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-3; A-62-4;
My-62-4; Je-62-2; Jl-62-2; JI-62-3; Au-62-1;
S-63-1; S-63-3
Marr, John Q., Rifles .------ Je-61-1
Mars, Brit. blockade runner --------F-62-2
Marshall, Mrs. Foster -------M-65-4
Marshall's Bridge ---------------M-65-2
Marsh's Island ------------------0-64-4
Martha Jane, Brit. blockade runner --------
0-63-2
Martin, John M. --...Jl-62-2; M-63-4; S-63-1;
A-64-2; A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-2
Martine, W. L. ----------------Je-64-4;
Jl-64-2; S-64-6; A-65-2
Martin's, Captain Plantation -------My-65-4
Martin's light battery ------------ M-62-3
Marvin, William -----Jl-62-3; J-63-4;
F-63-3; Je-63-1; Je-65-4; Je-65-5
Mary, Brit. blockade runner --------J-64-3
Mary, Brit. schooner ------------- M-65-3
Mary Ann, CSS -----------------...D-63-5
Mary Benton, USS ---------A-64-2 A-64-4;
Au-64-1; N-64-4
Mary Ellen, Conf. sch. ------------J-65-1
Mary Jane, Brit. blockade runner ...--Je-63-4
Mary Olivia, Conf. pilot boat -------... A-62-1
Mashon, Charles -----------------A-64-3
Maslin, George W. .J------------- J-64-2
Mason, James M. ---------Au-61-2; M-62-4
Masonic Grand Lodge of Florida ..--- D-63-2
Massachusetts, USS ----Je-61-2; A-65-2
Masters, E. ---------------------F-63-1
Masters, Gabriel ---------------- F-63-1
Masters, Miss P. ------- F-63-1
Matagorda, Conf. sch. (Alice) ...--- My-63-2
S-64-3
Matanzas Inlet ..------ A-62-1; A-64-3
Matchless, US sch. ----------J-64-1; J-65-2
Mather, S. W. ------------------ M-62-4
Mather's, Miss, School ----- A-61-2
Matilda Brit. blockade runner -------. F-65-2
Matthew Vassar, US sch. --D-64-4; J-65-1;
J-65-4; F-65-1; F-65-2; M-65-1 Je-65-2
Mattie, Conf. sch. ------- A-63-2
Maury, Dabney H. ..---------A-63-4; N-64-4
Maxwell, Augustus E. ___--S-61-2; Au-62-3;
S-62-4; J-63-3; Au-63-3; D-63-1; J-65-1
Maxwell, D. B. ----------------- 0-64-4
Maxwell, George Troupe ----11-61-1; Je-63-3
Maxwell, J. S. ------------------S-63-4
Maxwell, T. H. ------------------F-63-3
Maxwell, Mrs. Willis B. -------- Je-65-6
Mayflower, CSS ------- My-64-1
Mayport, Fla. -------------A-62-2; S-62-4
Mayport Mills O------ 0-62-1; S-63-2
May's, Capt., Co. -Je-64-2
McCardell, William H ----- ------ 0-64-3;
F-65-2; My-65-5
McCauley, E. Y. ---------------- A-63-2;
A-64-3; My-64-4; Je-64-4
McCauley, Henry ---- -J-64-4
McClellan, George B. ---J1-61-2; Au-61-1
McClellan's Batt. ----------------0-63-3


McCook, E. M. ----------------My-65-1;
My-65-2; My-65-3; My-65-4; My-65-5;
My-65-6; Je-65-1
McCord, Guyte P. ---------------Je-65-6
McCormick, Abner H. Au-63-3; F-64-3;
A-64-3; JI-64-2; Au-64-5; N-64-3
McCormick, W. J.---- ------------S-62-2
McCrae Plantation --------------...... Au-64-4
McDonald, T. H. ----------------J-65-2
McDonell, Thadeus A .... ------------A-61-1
McDougall, C. J. ----------------My-64-2;
M-64-4; S-64-3
McDowell, Irvin ----------J11-61-2; 0-62-2
McElvy's, Capt., Co. ---------------63-3
McFarland, Walter ---------------J-62-3
McGehee, John C. ---------J-61-1; J-62-2
McGirt's Creek -----------F-64-1; M-64-1;
M-64-2; A-64-1; Je-64-1; Je-64-2
McHenry, Bob -----------------My-62-3
McIntosh, Fla .. ------------------A-65-3
McIntosh, McQueen ------------J-61-1;
M-61-2; My-61-1; J-62-2
McIntosh Resolution -------------- J-61-1
McIver, A. N. -------------------0-63-3
McKay, James ...--- D-61-1; 0-61-2; Je-65-4
McKean, Thomas J. --------------D-64-4
McKean, W. W. ----------J-62-2; J-62-3;
A-62-3; My-62-2
McKenzie, H. S. ----------------My-62-3
McLean, Angus ------..........----------.. A-62-3
McLean, Thomas --------------- My-64-2
McLennan, Roderick -------------Au-64-6
McLeod, H. A. ------------------e-65-4
McMicken, M. B. ----------------S-62-3
McMullen, James P. -------------Jl-61-2
McNeal, Dr. Archie L. ------------Je-65-6
McNeill, Archibald --------------Je-65-4
McNeil's, Capt. John, Co. ----------Je-64-2
McRea, Ft. (Pensacola) --..J-61-2; F-61-1;
A-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1; S-61-1; N-61-2;
D-61-1; D-61-2; My-62-1; My-62-2
Meade, Fort, Fla. --------------- Jl-61-1;
Au-61-2; My-64-3
Meade, R. W. J--------------------65-1
Medical Dept., Conf. ------ S-62-1
Meginniss, D. B.---- ------M-63-1; N-63-2
Meginniss, George H. -------N-62-4; F-63-2
Meigs, Montgomery C. ---M-61-2; My-65-4
Mellonville, Fla. ---------- Je-65-3
Memminger, Christopher G. --- -- F-61-2;
M-61-2; A-61-2; Au-61-1
Mercedita, USS ....... ----------M-62-4;
A-62-1; Je-62-1
Mercer, H. W. ------------------D-62-4
Mermaid, US sch ---------------- Je-61-2
Merriam, F. B. -----------------Au-63-3
Merrimack, USS ------S-61-1; J-62-4;
A-64-4; Jl-64-1; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-4; Au-64-4;
J-65-1; F-65-3
Merriweather, Minor -- ....----------- A-64-4
Messer, Sr., Mrs. James -----------Je-65-6
Metacomet, US gunboat ----------Au-64-2
4feteor, Brit. sch. -----0-63-2; 0-63-4
Mexican War -------------------Jl-61-2
Meyer, E. S. -------------N-64-4; D-64-4
Miami, Fla. --------------Je-62-4; J-63-2
Miami Herald --------------------My-62-3
Miami Kiwanis Club ------------My-62-4
Micanopy Cotton States ------------F-61-1
Micanopy, Fla. -----------------Je-65-3
Micanopy Road -----------------A-64-1
Miccousukie, Fla. ----------------F-62-3
Mickle, B .. --------------------- D-61-2
Mickler, Mrs. D. G. ------- F-63-1
Middleburg, Fla. ... J-64-3; S-64-1; 0-64-3
Midnight, US bark ----- J-63-1; S-64-2;
S-64-4; 0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-3; J-65-4;
F-65-1; Je-65-2









Midway, Fla. ---------------------Je-62-2
Miller, (Waldo) Camp --------------0-64-3
Miller, John R. ----------------- F-63-3
Miller, W. -----------------N-62-2; M-64-1
Miller, William ------------S-64-1; S-64-2;
S-64-3; S-64-5; 0-64-4; N-64-3; F-65-2;
M-65-1; A-65-3
Miller's, Capt. J. L., Co. ------ My-61-2;
Au-61-2
Mills, John W. S----------- -62-2
Millwood Plantation ---------- My-65-4
Milton, Camp (Duval County) ---- D-61-1;
M-64-1; A-64-4; Je-64-1; Jl-64-4; Jl-64-5;
Au-64-1; Au-64-5
Milton Chronicle -------------------0-63-3
Milton Coast Guard ----------------F-62-1
Milton Courier -------------------- D-60-2
Milton, Fla. -----Je-61-1; N-63-3; D-63-1;
Je-64-4; JI-64-1; Au-64-5; Au-64-6; 0-64-3;
0-64-4; My-65-1; My-65-2
Milton, Jefferson Davis ----------N-61-1
Milton, Mrs. John ------------------N-61-1
Milton, John -------- D-60-1; D-60-2;
J-61-2; A-61-3; S-61-2; 0-61-1; 0-61-2;
N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-1;
J-62-2; J-62-3; F-62-2; F-62-3; F-624;
M-62-1; M-62-2; M-62-3; M-62-4; A-62-2;
A-62-3; JI-62-2; Au-62-1; Au-62-2; Au-62-3;
S-62-2; S-62-4; 0-62-2; 0-62-3; N-62-1;
N-62-4; D-62-1; D-62-2; D-62-3; J-63-2;
J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-4; M-63-1; M-63-4;
A-63-2; A-634; My-63-1; My-63-2; My-63-3;
My-63-4; Je-63-4; Au-63-1; Au-63-3;
Au-63-4; S-63-1; S-63-4; 0-63-1; 0-63-2;
0-63-3; N-63-2; N-63-3; N-63-4; D-63-1;
D-63-2; J-64-2; F-64-1; M-64-4; A-64-2;
My-64-3; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; JI-64-3; Jl-64-6;
Au-64-1; S-64-1; S-64-2; S-64-4; S-64-5;
0-64-1; D-64-1; D-64-2; D-64-3; N-64-2;
N-64-3; N-64-4; M-65-4; A-65-1; A-654
Milton Light Artillery -------------.. F-62-1;
M-62-2; A-62-4; F-64-2
Milton Road ----------------------0-64-4
Milton, R. B.. ---------------------D-60-1 '
Milton, William Hall --------M-62-1; Jl-62-3
Milton, William Henry -------------M-64-2;
Au-64-1; S-64-3; S-64-4; 0-64-4; N-64-3;
M-654; A-65-1
Minnesota, USS -------------------Je-61-1
Minnie, Brit. schooner -------------J-64-2
Minnie, Conf. sloop ------------ A-63-1
Miranda, Abel -------- F-62-3
Mirando, Thomas ---------- A-61-4
Miriam, Brit. sch. -----------------A-64-4
Missionary Ridge, Battle of --------N-63-3;
N-63-4; A-64-2
Mississippi, USS ---------------Jl-61-1
Mississippian, Conf. sch. -------My-64-2
Missouri Compromise line -----------D-60-2
Missouri Volunteers ---------- My-62-2
Mist, Conf. river st. -------------- N-64-2
Mitchell, John K. -----------D-61-1; S-62-3
Mitchell, J. R. ------------------J-65-4
Mitchell, 0. M., -----------S-62-1; S-62-2;
0-62-4; N-62-3
Mitchell, Richard 0. -----------Je-65-6
Mobile Advertiser --------- My-61-2
Mobile Bay -------------My-62-2; Au-64-3
Mobile and Ohio Railroad ----------Jl-64-1
Mobile Register -------------------A-61-4
Mobile Tribune ---------- S-62-2;
A-63-2; A-63-3; 0-64-3
Model, Conf. brig ----------------- Je-62-3
Mohawk, USS -----M-61-2; J1-61-2;
Au-61-1; Au-61-2; J-63-1; J-63-3; F-63-1;
M-63-1; A-63-3; My-63-1; Je-63-1
Mohican, USS ------------------F-62-4
Molasses Key -------------------Je-63-1


Mollnow, Fran -------------------My-62-3
Monitor, CSS ----------- J-62-4
Monroe County ------------ N-61-2; N-64-1
Monroe, Lake ---------------------M-64-3
Mont Blanc, Brit. sch --------D-62-4; J-63-4
Montgomery, A. B. -------S-64-3;
S-64-5; 0-64-1
Montgomery, Blair -----------------M-61-2
Montgomery (Habanero), Brit. blockade run-
ner --------------------.. Au-63-3; S-63-2
Montgomery Confederacy ---My-61-1; Je-61-1
Montgomery Mounted Rifles ---------. -61-2
Montgomery, USS -----------------JI-61-1;
F-62-1; 0-62-4; N-62-3;
Montgomery's, James, Brig. --F-64-3; Au-64-5
Monticello, Fla. D-60-2; F-61-1; Au-61-2;
F-62-2; M-62-2; Au-62-1; S-62-1; S-62-4;
0-62-2; D-62-1; F-63-2; M-63-4; S-634;
0-63-1; N-63-2; J-64-2; Je-65-3
Monticello Family Friend ----------D-60-2;
Au-62-2; N-63-3
Monticello and Thomasville Railroad Co. .
D-63-1
Moody, Paran -- M-62-4; 0-62-4; My-64-2
Mooney, John --------------------...Au-63-4
Moor, Capt., Co. -----------e-61-2
Moore, Thomas 0. -----J-61-1; A-62-1
Moore, Walter R. -----------N-62-2; F-65-4
Morel, J. S. -----------------------D-64-1
Moreno, Stephen A. ---------------Au-61-2
Moreno, Theodore --Au-61-2; D-62-2; D-63-1
Morgan, Fort (Mobile, Ala.) -------- M-64-4;
Au-64-3; Au-64-5; N-64-4; F-65-3
Morgen, J. S. ---------------------F-63-2
Morino's Plantation ----------------Je-65-3
Morris, Allen --------S-64-6; M-65-4; Je-65-6
Morris, George U. -------------- F-65-4
Morris, J. b. ----- --- My-63-4
Morse, Mrs. T. Aubrey -------------A-61-4;
J-62-4; Je-65-6
Morton Confederates --------Je-61-1
Morton, Jackson ------ J-61-1; J-61-2;
F-61-2; M-61-1; Jl-61-2; Au-61-2
Mosely, A. ---------- D-62-1
Mosquito Inlet ----------M-62-4; Au-62-4;
F-63-4; XM-63-1; M-63-4; Je-63-4; S-63-4;
J-64-2; M-64-3; A-64-2; Je-64-4; 0-64-2
Moultrie, Fort (Charleston, S. C.) --D-60-2
Mount Pleasant Creek ------------- 0-62-1
M. Sanford, US transport -- D-62-2; D-62-3
Mudd, Dr. Samuel A. ------Je-62-4
Mulrenan, Henry ------------------N-61-2
Munnerlyn, Conf. river st. -----N-64-2
Murat, Madame Achille ----- J-61-2;
Au-62-2; Je-65-4
Murat, Prince Achilles ------------Au-62-2
Murfreesboro, Battle of -----J-63-1;
J-63-4; M-63-4; A-63-1
Murray, Anthony -----------------My-64-2
Murphy, M. -----------------------J-65-1
Murphy, P. ------------------ My-65-4
Muscoota, USS -------- Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Muskogee, Indian Republic ---------M-65-4
Myacca River ---------- Au-63-2;
D-63-5; J-64-3
Myers, Fort, Fla. ----------------J-64-2;
F-65-3; F-65-4
Myrick, John T. -------------------J-64-2

N
Nail, Joseph R. -------------------M-63-1
Nan-Nan, Conf. blockade runner --- D-63-4;
F-64-4
Napoleon I, Emperor of France ------J-61-2;
Au-62-2
Nash, Miles ----------------------Jl-61-2
Nashville, Battle of ------------- S-64-6


Nassau, Brit. sch. -----------------J-64-2
Nassau County J-------e-64-2; JI-64-3;
JI-64-5; S-64-5; J-65-1: J-65-2
Nassau River -------- S-62-4; J-63-2; F-64-2;
Je-64-2; Je-64-3; Jl-64-3; J-65-2
Nassau Sound ---------------N-62-1; J-65-2
National Guard, USS --------Je-62-1; N-62-4
National Rifle Association ----------My-62-3
Natural Bridge, Battle of ---------My-62-4;
M-65-2; M-65-3; M-65-4; A-65-3
Natural Bridge Monument ------ Je-62-3
Navy Cove, Live Oak Plantation --- S-64-4
Navy Dept., Conf. --------Au-61-2; J-65-4
Navy Dept., U. S. -----------J-62-2; Jl-62-2;
Au-62-4; Au-63-4; S-63-2; A-64-4; Je-64-4;
0-64-2; D-64-3; J-65-1; F-65-2; F-65-4;
M-65-4; A-65-3; A-65-4
Neligan, Mrs. M. -------- F-63-1
Neptune, Brit. blockade runner ---N-64-4
Neptune, Conf. sloop -------My-64-1
Neptune, USS ...---- S-624; S-64-4; 0-64-2
New Boston, Fla. ------------------A-65-3
Newcomb, H. S. ------------------ Au-62-4
Newnansville Dispatch ------- D-60-2
Newnansville, Fla. ------ F-61-1; Je-65-3
New Orleans Crescent ----- A-61-4; Je-61-2
New Orleans Daily True Delta --- JI-61-1
New Orleans Delta -----------------A-61-4
New Orleans Zouave Regiment --- M-61-2
Newport, Fla. -------------J-63-3; F-63-1;
M-63-4; A-63-4; F-65-3; M-65-1 M-65-2;
M-65-3; M-65-4
New River ----------------------Au-64-3
New River County ----------D-61-1
New Smyrna, Fla. ----------J-62-2; M-62-4;
A-62-2; My-62-1; J-63-2; M-63-1; Au-63-4;
J-644; M-64-3
Newton, John --------F-65-3; F-65-4;
M-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-3; M-65-4; A-65-3;
My-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-4
New Year, Conf. blockade runner ----A-63-4
New York Commercial Advertiser --A-61-3
New York Herald ----------------M-61-1;
My-61-1; My-61-2; Je-61-1; JI-61-2; Au-61-2;
S-61-2; N-61-2; F-62-3; Au-62-1; 0-62-4;
S-62-1; S-62-2; J-64-3; F-64-2; F-64-4;
A-64-1; My-64-2; S-64-3
New York Times ------- A-61-3;
My-61-2; JI-61-2; My-62-3; D-63-5; J-64-4;
M-64-4; Je-64-3; N-64-4
New York Tribune --------------M-61-1;
M-61-2; Au-61-1; D-63-5; Je-64-1; Je-65-4
New York Volunteers -- -JI-61-1; 0-61-1
New York World ------------------S-61-2
Niagara, USS --. Jl-61-1; N-61-2; Je-62-1
Nichols, Isaac B. ----------0-64-4; N-64-3
Nicholson, J. W. A. ------------A-62-1
Nickerson, L. --------------------J-64-2;
Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4
Nightingale, USS Je-64-3
Nina, Conf. sloop ---------- F-64-4
Nine-Mile Hammock, Orange Springs Road
-------------------- ------ M-64-3
Nineteenth Ga. Inf. ------- F-64-3
Nineteenth Iowa Inf., US --0-64-2; Au-64-6
Ninetieth NY Volunteer Inf., US -- J-62-1;
Jl-624; F-63-2
Ninety-first NY Volunteer Inf., US ----
Jl-62-1; D-62-4
Ninety-first US Engineers -----------J-62-4
Ninety-seventh Penn. Inf., US ---_ M-62-4;
F-64-2
Ninety-seventh US Colored Inf. ----- D-64-3
Ninth Florida Inf. ---------------S-63-1;
Je-64-1; Je-644; S-64-1; D-64-3; F-65-4
Ninth Maine Volunteers ------A-62-1;
Jl-62-1; Au-62-1; 0-62-1; D-62-4
Ninth Miss. Inf., Conf. --------F-62-2; F-62-3










Ninth US Colored Troops ..Je-64-2; J1-64-6
Nita, CSS -------------Au-63-3; Au-63-4
Nita, USS ---------------D-63-2; D-63-3;
F-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-3; A-64-4; Jl-64-4;
0-64-2; 0-64-3; N-64-2; D-64-1; D-64-3;
J-65-1; J-65-4
Nitre Bureau, Conf., Tallahassee ...--- J1-62-4
Noble, William H. .---- Au-64-3; Au-64-4;
Au-64-6; S-64-3; S-64-5; N-64-4; D-64-4
No Name Key ------------------J-65-4
Nonsuch, Brit. blockade runner .. D-62-1;
F-63-3
Norfolk Packet, US sch. -..M-64-3; Je-64-4
Norman, US coal sch. ------------N-63-2
North Atlantic Blockading Squadron .---.---
N-64-3
North Bay (St. Andrews Bay) ....-- A-62-1;
N-62-4
North Carolina Presbyterian ------...My-61-2
Norville, E. J .. ------------------M-64-3
Norwich, USS .....-- -J-63-1; J-63-3; F-63-1;
M-63-2; M-63-4; A-63-3; My-63-1; Je-63-1;
Je-63-3; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-2; F-64-1;
A-64-2; 0-64-2; M-65-2; A-65-1; My-65-4
Noyes, A. B. -------------------N-63-3
Noyes, Samuel Bradley ---------My-65-6
N. P. Banks, USS -------My-65-6; Je-65-3
Nugent, C ....-------------------- Je-63-3
Nunez Ferry ------------N-63-3; D-63-6

0
Oakfield, Fla. .-----My-62-1; My-62-2
Oakland Cemetery (Lake City) ---..Je-65-6
Ocala, Fla.----. ----D-60-2; J1-61-1; M-63-1;
M-63-3; Jl-64-6; Je-65-3
Ocala Family Friend ....-----------.0-63-1
Ocala Florida Home Companion ..-------
D-60-2; N-62-1
Ocala Florida Home Journal -----------
M-63-1; A-63-3
Ocala, Lake --------D-63-1; D-63-5; F-64-1
Occupation Forces, US at Tallahassee ------
My-65-3
Ocean Pond -------------.. F-64-2; Au-64-5
Ocella Slough ------------------- J-63-3
Ocheslee, Fla. ..---. ------------- My-63-3
Ochus, Capt., Co. ------------ Je-64-2
Ocklawaha River ---------------M-64-3;
Jl1-64-5; J1-64-6
Ocklawaha River bridge --------- M-65-2
Ocklockonee Buoy ----------------F-65-4
Ocklockonee River -----......---------D-62-1;
My-64-1; D-63-5; D-63-6; M-64-1; 0-64-4;
J-64-3; M-65-1; M-65-2
Ocmulgee River ---------J-65-1; My-65-4
Octorara, USS -----------N-62-2; N-62-3;
D-62-1; D-62-4; J-63-4; M-63-3; A-63-3
Odum, Alex -------------A-64-1; A-64-4
Ohio Volunteers -------------- S-64-2
0. H. Lee, US sch. ------- O0-64-1; 0-64-2;
D-64-3; J-65-1; J-65-4; M-65-1 Je-65-2
Ohlmans, L. -------------------- J-64-3
O.K., Conf. sloop --------- M-62-1; A-64-4
Okeechobee, Lake ---------------D-63-3
Oklawaha Rangers --------------Je-62-3;
Jl-62-1; J-63-1
Oladowski, Hypolite --------------A-61-1
Old Town, Fla. --- -------- 0-62-4; D-62-4
Old Town, Fort -----------------Jl-62-4
Oleander, US gunboat -- Au-63-4; S-63-4
O'Leno State Park --------J------ e-62-3
Olive Branch, Conf. sch. -- ----------J-62-3
Olustee, Battle of -------------My-62-3;
Je-62-3; Je-62-4; M-64-1; Jl-64-5; Au-64-5;
S-64-2; Je-65-6
Olustee Battlefield Memorial ------ Je-65-6
Olustee, CSS ------------------------J-65-4


Olustee, Fla. -------Je-62-3; F-64-2; F-64-3;
F-64-4; Je-64-4; D-64-2; Je-65-2
Olustee Monument --------------Je-62-4
One hundred-fifteenth N.Y. Inf., US __F-64-3
One hundred fifty-six N.Y. Volunteer Inf.,
US ......-------------------------D-62-3
One hundred fifty-seventh N.Y. Volunteer
Inf., US --------------- Je-64-1; Je-64-3
One hundred forty-fourth N.Y. Inf., US --
Je-64-1
One hundred second US Colored Inf. ---
Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-4
One hundred seventh Ohio Inf., US_-Je-64-1;
Je-64-3; J1-64-6; 0-64-4; N-64-4; D-64-4
One hundred sixty-first New York Volunteer
Inf., US -------------My-65-5; My-65-6
One hundred tenth New York Volunteer Inf.,
US -----------------------My-64-2
Oneida, USS -------------------- S-62-3
Onward, Conf. sch -------- Au-61-2; J-62-2
Oramoneta, Brit. blockade runner --A-64-3
Orange County ------------- N-64-1
Orange Creek ------------Jl-64-5; Jl-64-6
Orange Lake .---...--------....Au-64-3; My-65-4
Orange Springs, Fla ..... ---...----------M-64-3
Orange Springs Civil War Round Table ----
My-62-4
Ordinance of Secession, Fla. ..-------My-65-3
Ordnance Dept., Conf. ---...N-61-2; Je-63-3
Oreto, CSS -------------..Au-62-2; 0-63-4
Orion, Conf. blockade runner ----..---.. J-62-4
Orlando, Fla. ..------------------- A-64-2
Osborne, H. Plant ---------------Je-65-6
Oscar, Conf. sloop -------------- My-64-1
Osceola, Conf. sch. ----------J- Je-64-4
O'Toole, Joseph J. ------....My-65-4; Je-65-3
Ott, Mrs. Roy ----------------- My-62-4
Ottawa, US gunboat ..........------------. M-62-1;
M-62-2; A-62-2; M-64-4; A-64-2; A-64.-4;
0-64-1; 0-64-2; N-64-2; M-65-2; A-65-1;
A-65-2; My-65-4; Je-65-2
Otter Creek, Fla. ---------------J1-64-1;
Jl-64-2; Jl-64-6
Owasco, USS ------------------ M-62-3
Owens, Capt., Co. ----- ---J-62-3; A-62-4
Owen's Ind. Troop ---------D-61-2; M-62-3
Owens, James B. ----- -----------D-60-1;
J-61-2; F-61-2; M-61-1; Jl-61-2; Au-61-1;
J-64-1; Je-64-1
Owens, Samuel H. --------------M-65-2
Owens, William A. --------Je-61-1; A-65-2

P
Pablo Creek --------------------.........0-62-1
Pacetty, Mrs. B. -----------------F-63-1
Pacetty, Joseph R. ---------------F-63-1
Pacetty, Vincent ----------------Je-63-3
Pacifique, Brit. sch --------------M-63-4
Paine's Prairie (Gainesville) -------..A-62-2
Palatka Daily News ------------My-62-3
Palatka, Fla. ------------Je-61-1; Je-61-2;
A-62-4; M-63-4; M-64-2; M-64-4; A-64-1;
A-64-2; A-64-4; My-64-2; Je-64-3 Jl-64-5;
Jl-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; F-65-2;
M-65-3; Je-65-3
Palatka Guards --------------------M-61-1
Palmer, Dr. Thomas M. ----------Jl-61-1;
Je-62-1; J1-62-2; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; S-62-1;
S-62-4; Au-63-1; Au-63-3; S-63-4
Palmetto Guard ----------------- A-61-4
Panama, US brig ----------------Je-61-2
Panama City, Fla. --------------My-62-4
Papy, Miss C. ------------------F-63-1
Papy, Miss D.---- -------------F-63-1
Papy, Miss F. ------------------ F-63-1
Papy, Mariano D. ---- --J-62-3; 0-62-3;
D-62-3; My-63-2; N-63-2; My-65-3


Para, USS ---------S-63-4; F-64-2; F-64-4
Parces, Fla. ---------------- -N-63-3
Parker, B. F. -------------------J-64-1
Parker, E. F. ---------------- 0-62-4
Parkhill, G. W. --- --------N-61-1; Je-62-2
Parkhill, Richard C. -------------Je-62-3
Parrott, Enoch G. ---------------Je-61-1
Parsons, Capt., Co., Conf ....---------- A-62-4
Partizan Corps -----------------Je-62-2
Partridge's, Capt., Co., Conf. -M-62-3; 0-62-4
Pascagoula Bay ----------------- D-61-1
Pascagoula River ---------------D-61-1
Paslay, C. B. -------------------J-64-1
Patrick, Rembert W. -----------Je-65-6
Patriot, Conf. sch. ----....-----------Au-62-4
Patroon, USS -------------S-62-2; 0-62-1
Patton, J. W...-------- ----------- S-62-3
Paul, Brit. sch.------ -----------N-63-2
Paul, G. R. ----- ------------- M-64-2
Paul Jones, USS ..--- 0-62-1; J-63-4; F-63-1;
M-63-2; M-63-4; S-63-3; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Pawnee, USS ---------------... M-61-2;
A-64-2; A-64-4; M-64-3
Peabody, Charles A. -----------Je-65-4
Peabody, US st. transport ---------e-65-3
Peace Creek -------------S-63-1; S-63-4;
D-63-1; J1-64-1
Pearce, Philip T. ----------D-62-4; J-63-3
Pearson, Capt. J. W. -----------J1-62-1;
Jl-62-2; J-63-1
Peeler, A. J. -------------M-62-3; S-63-3
Peep O'Day, Conf. blockade runner -D-64-1
Pellicer, A. D. ------------------ F-61-1
Pelot, John C. -- ---- ----J-61-1; J-64-3
Pembina, US gunboat -----.....-------A-62-2
Pemberton, J. C. .....---------- M-62-3;
M-62-4; My-62-2; My-62-3
Pennekamp, John D. ------------My-62-3
Penobscot, USS -------------------- F-65-2
Penguin, USS gunboat ......-M-62-4; Jl-62-2;
Au-62-2; Au-62-4; N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-3;
Au-63-2
Pensacola and Georgia RR. Co. -. D-60-1;
F-62-2; Au-62-4; S-62-2; D-62-1; M-65-3
Pensacola, Army of -------------- -62-3
Pensacola, Fla. -----J-61-1; J-61-2;
F-61-2; M-61-1; M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2;
A-61-3; My-61-1; My-61-2; Je-61-1; Jl-61-1;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; N-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2;
J-62-1; F-62-2; F-62-3; F-62-4; A-62-1;
A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-1; My-62-2;
Je-62-2; Je-62-3; Je-62-4; Jl-62-1; Au-62-3;
S-62-2; 0-62-4; N-62-2; N-62-4; D-62-4;
J-63-1; M-63-2; A-63-2; A-63-4; My-63-2;
My-63-4; Je-63-3; Au-63-1; N-63-2; N-63-3;
N-63-4; D-63-2; D-63-5; J-64-2; J-64-4;
M-64-1; M-64-2; M-64-4; Jl-64-1; Jl-64-3;
Jl-64-4; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-5;
Au-64-6; S-64-3; S-64-6; 0-64-3; N-64-2;
D-64-2; D-64-3; M-65-3; A-65-2; My-65-2;
My-65-5; My-65-6; Je-65-3; My-65-5
Pensacola Bay ------------F-61-1; D-61-2;
M-62-2; N-62-3; My-63-2; Au-63-3; N-64-2
Pensacola Civil War Round Table --My-62-3
Pensacola Gazette ---------..... D-60-2; A-61-1
Pensacola Guards ---------A-61-2; Je-61-1
Pensacola Navy Yard ------..J-61-2; A-61-3;
S-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-1; My-62-1;
My-62-2; Je-62-3; F-63-1; N-64-4; My-65-3
Pensacola News ---------------My-62-3
Pensacola RR Co. ..--------Au-63-1; N-63-4;
D-63-1; Jl-64-1; Au-64-2
Pensacola Rifle Rangers ..--My-61-2; Jl-62-1
Pensacola Tribune --------------D-60-2
Pepper, F. L.-- -----------------0-64-4
Perdido Bay -------------N-63-2; N-63-3
Perdido Mill --------------------Au-64-5











Perdido River ------------Au-64-3; N-63-3;
N-63-4; D-63-5
Perdido Station ----------------Au-64-2
Perkins, John Day ------ -----Je-64-3
Perkins, T. J. -------------N-62-3
Perry, US brig ----------Je-61-1; Au-62-4;
D-62-2; S-63-3; 0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-2;
M-65-2; A-65-1
Perry's Batt. ----------------------S-64-6
Perry's Brigade --------D-62-1; 0-63-2
Perry, Edward A. ---------My-61-2; S-61-2;
Je-62-3; Jl-62-1; Au-62-1; Au-62-4; S-62-2;
0-62-2; N-62-2; My-64-1; My-64-4; Je-64-1
Perry, Madison S. -----------------D-60-2;
J-61-1; F-61-1; F-61-2; M-61-2; A-61-1;
A-61-3; My-61-2; Je-61-1; JI-61-2; Au-61-1;
0-61-2; A-62-2; Je-62-3; Jl-62-1; J1-62-2
Perryville, Battle of --------- M-63-4; A-63-1
Petersburg (Va.) Express -----My-61-2
Petersburg, T.. ------------------ F-63-1
Petrel, Brit. sch. J1------------------J-62-3
Phantom. Conf. blockade runner -------
F-65-3; M-65-1
Philadelphia Navy Yard ------------Je-63-4
Philips, F. ---- -----------------J-64-1
Philips, Mrs. J. L.--- ---------- F-63-1
Phoebe, Conf. sch. ----------------Au-63-4
Pickens, Andrew ------ ------- Je-62-3
Pickens Truce, Ft. J-61-2; M-61-2
Fort Pickens --------J-61-2; F-61-1; F-61-2;
M-61-1; M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2; A-61-3;
My-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1; Jl-61-2; S-61-1;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; N-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-1;
A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4; My-62-1; My-62-2;
Je-62-3; JI-62-1; N-63-2; 0-64-1; My-65-2
Pickens, Francis W. -----M-61-1; S-61-1
Pickett, J. A. --------------------0-63-3
Pickett's Ind. Troop, Conf. --J-62-3; D-61-2
Pickwick, Conf. sloop ------------D-64-2
Picolata, Fla. -------------M-64-3; M-64-4;
A-64-2; Je-64-2; Jl-64-2; Au-64-4; Au-64-5;
Au-64-6; J1-64-3; F-65-2
Pierce, David -----------------My-62-4
Pierce, Franklin ------------------- F-61-1
Pierce's Mill --- ---------- 0-64-3; 0-64-4
Pierson, J. W. --------------------S-64-1
Pine Barren Bridge --------Au-64-2; Au-64-5
Pine Key -----------------------D-63-6
Pinellas Peninsula ----------------F-62-3
Pinckney, Camp (St. Mary's River) ----
M-63-1; S-64-5
Pinkney, William -----------------0-61-2
Pinola, USS ----------------------F-65-1
Planter, USS -------------Au-64-6; 0-64-2;
0-64-3; 0-64-4
Platt, John H. ------------------A-64-4
Plumer, Richard -------------------..A-61-3
Pocohontas, USS -- --------- M-61-2;
J-63-2; Je-64-3
Poe, W. W. ---------------S-64-3; 0-64-4
Poer, J. S. -- ---- ---------------J-62-2
Point Rosa ----------------------J-65-2
Point Washington (Washington County) --
D-62-2; M-64-2; S-64-3; S-64-6
Polk County ..--------D-61-2; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Polk, L. --------------------------J-64-2
Polka, Brit. sch. J--------- e-61-1
Pollard Road ---------------------0-64-4
Pomar, C. ------------------------F-63-1
Ponce, Mrs. B. D. --------------- F-63-1
Pons, John M. ---My-62-1; Jl-62-2; S-62-3
Pontiac, USS -------------A-65-4; My-65-3
Porter, David D. ------------------A-61-1;
My-62-2; F-65-3
Port Leon, Fla. ------- F-62-1; J-63-3;
F-65-3; M-65-1; M-65-2; A-65-2
Port Royal, US gunboat ------- N-62-1;


J-63-1; A-63-3; My-63-3; My-63-4; Je-63-1;
S-63-3; 0-63-1
Port Royal, Battle of ---------J-62-4
Post Office Dept., Conf. -----------Au-61-2
Potomac, Army of _O0-61-2; J1-61-2; Au-61-2
Potomac Edison Company ----My-62-4
Potomac, USS ---------------------F-63-1
Potomska, USS ------------------e-63-1;
Je-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-4
Powell, Camp (Perdido River) --- Jl-64-1
Powerful, CSS -----------D-63-5
Powers, Capt., Co. -------- Je-64-2
Powhatan, USS -----------A-61-1;
A-61-3; Jl-61-1; Je-65-2 Je-65-4
Pratt, George W. -----------D-61-2
Preble, USS ----------------------A-63-4
Preble, George H. ----------S-62-3
Presbytery of Florida ---------------A-63-3
President, Conf. sch. ----------M-62-3
Preston, John S. -----------N-64-4
Preston, William ------------D-62-4; J-63-1
Price, Dr. E. T. ---------- My-65-2
Price, John W .------ M-62-4; My-64-2
Pride, Conf. sch.. -------------------F-63-1
Princess Royal, USS ---------N-64-4
Princton, Conf. blockade runner --- Je-62-2
Proctor, Samuel -----------My-62-3; Je-65-6
Proteus, USS ---------- A-64-2; My-64-4;
Je-64-3; Je-64-4; S-64-2; 0-64-2; J-65-1;
J-65-4; F-65-4; M-65-1
Providence Channel ----------N-63-3
Provisional Army of the Confederate States
------------------- M-61-1
Provisional Congress of the Confederacy _---
F-62-3
Punta Rassa --------------------Au-63-2;
Je-64-4; JIP64-4; F-65-4; M-65-3
Pursuit, USS ---- M-62-2; A-62-1;
Je-62-2; Jl-62-3; N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-4;
Je-63-1; Au-63-2; D-63-6; A-64-3; 0-64-2;
D-64-1; J-65-1; J-65-4; M-65-3
Pushmataha, Conf. blockade runner -Je-63-3
Putnam County -.-Je-61-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Putnam, Mrs. D. A. ----- ----J-----e-63-3
Pyles, Loui G. ------------------Jl61-1

Q
Quackenbush, J. M. ----------------A-64-3
Quaker City, USS ----------Je-62-3; Jl-62-3;
M-65-2; M-65-3
Quincy Dispatch --- S-62-1; A-63-3; M-65-4
Quincy, Fla. --------D-60-1; D-60-2; F-62-1;
F-62-2; S-62-4; 0-62-3; N-62-1; N-62-4;
D-62-1; F-63-1; F-63-2; F-63-3; M-63-4;
A-63-4; 0-63-4; N-63-1; N-63-2; F-64-4;
Je-64-3; S-64-4; D-64-1; M-65-4; A-65-3
Quincy Guards -------------J-61-1
Quincy Republic ------------D-60-1; D-60-2
Quincy Semi-Weekly Dispatch ---- M-65-2
Quincy extension Pensacola and Georgia Rail-
road --------------------------- F-63-2
Quincy, William -------------------A-61-4

R
Racer, Brit. blockade runner --------J-64-4
Rachel Seaman, USS ---------------N-63-2
Ramsey, C. E. A. -----------------D-62-3
Randall, J. P. ------------D-63-2
Randall, Thomas ----------------- 0-62-3
Randall, W. P.. --------------------0-64-1
Randolph, George Wythe --M-62-3; A-62-1;
A-62-2; A-62-3; My-62-1; N-62-2
Randolph, Dr. J. H. --------N-62-2; N-63-1
Randolph, R. H. -------F-62-1; F-62-2
Randolph, Dr. Richard H. -----J-64-3
Ranger, Conf. blockade runner .--- M-63-4


Rankin, W. B. J------ e-64-2; Je-64-3
Rarefoot, Thomas B. -------- M-63-3
Reagan, John -----------My-61-2
Reams Station, Battle of ------- Je-64-4
Rebekah, Brit. blockade runner J---e-63-3
Rebel, Conf. sch. --------- F-64-4
Reed, A. H. ------------ A-65-2
Reed, Harrison -------------------Je-65-4
Reid, Mrs. Mary Martha ------ S-62-1;
S-62-4; Au-63-3; S-63-3; 0-63-1; N-64-3
Reid Hall, Mary Martha, University of Flor-
ida ----------------------------... S-62-4
Reid, Raymond Jenckes ------------S-62-1;
S-62-4; J-64-1
Reid, Robert Raymond ------------S-62-1;
S-62-4; Au-63-3
Reid, Robert W. S------------62-3
Reid, William Travers --------------S-62-4
Reindeer, Conf. sch ---------- S-62-2
Relampago, Spanish sloop ----------M-63-1
Remington, Joseph ----------------- 0-62-4
Renshaw, Francis T. S---------62-3
Republican Party -----------------D-60-1;
D-60-2; M-61-1; A-61-1
Republican Party Convention --- My-64-2;
Je-64-1; Je-64-3
Resolute, Brit. sloop --------------My-64-1
Restless, US bark ..---------Au-63-3; D-63-1;
D-63-2; D-63-3; D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-2;
J-64-3; F-64-1; F-64-2; F-64-3; M-64-1;
A-64-1; A-64-2; A-64-3; A-64-4; My-64-1;
My-64-3; Je-64-2; 0-64-1; 0-64-2; J-65-1;
J-65-2; J-65-4; F-65-1; Je-65-2
Reynolds, Capt. B. L., Co. Je-64-1; Je-64-2
Reynolds, William ------------------S-63-2
Rhode Island, USS ---------------J-62-1
Ricco's Bluff --------M-62-2; M-62-3;
My-62-2; My-62-3; Je-62-1; D-62-3; My-64-1;
N-64-2; J-65-3; J-65-4
Rice Creek Road -------------- M-64-3
Rich, H. -----------------A-62-4; Au-62-1
Richard, Conf. sloop --------Au-63-4
Richmond, USS -------------------N-61-2
Richmond (Va.) Dispatch ------ Jl-62-2
Richmond (Va.) Examiner ---------Au-61-2
Richmond (Va.) Inquirer ------ M-61-1;
0-62-2; My-63-1
Richmond, W. L. ----------------My-65-2
Rick, Alan J. -----------My-62-3
Ridgely, Daniel B. ----------J-62-2; N-62-1
Rinaldo, HMS ---------------- Jl-62-3
Ringdove, Brit. blockade runner --- D-63-4
Risley, Hanson A. -------------D-64-4
Roberts, Richard ----------------- Au-63-2
Robinson, Calvin L. -------M-62-4;
0-62-4; My-64-2; Je-64-1; Je-64-3
Robinson, George -----------------Au-61-2
Robinson, Dr. Henry ---------S-64-4
Robinson, John --------------------0-63-1
Robinson's, Capt., Co.-------- D-63-4; Je-64-2
Robinson's Inf. Co. -------------- D-63-3
Rob Roy, Conf. blockade runner --M-65-1
Rock Island, Fla. --------- My-62-2
Rockwell, Charles H. -------J-64-3;
Je-64-3; N-64-2; F-65-1
Rocky Point, Fla. D-64-1
Roebuck, Conf. blockade runner ---J-64-1
Roebuck, US bark --------Au-62-4; D-62-4;
Je-63-1; Au-63-1; D-63-3; D-63-4; J-64-1;
J-64-2; J-64-3; F-64-4; M-64-1; Je-64-4;
Jl-64-2; Au-64-4; S-64-6
Rogers, E. Reinhold --------------My-62-3
Rogers, M. A. --------------------Je-64-1
Rogers, S. St. George --------------Jl-61-1;
Au-62-2; S-62-2; 0-63-3
Rogers Gap, Fla. -----------S-64-4
Roman, A. J. M---------------------M61-2
Roman, Cape -------..J-65-2; J-65-3; F-65-1








Romus, George -----------------Au-62-2
Rooks, Herman ----------------My-62-4
Rosalie, US sloop --..M-63-3; Je-63-1; S-63-1;
D-63-3; D-63-5; D-63-6; J-64-1; My-64-1;
J-64-3; J1-64-2; Jl-64-4; 0-64-3; J-65-1
Rose, Conf. sch. ------- A-62-1
Rosita, Brit. st. J------------------ -- -64-4
Ross, William B. S------------61-2
Rossetter, Mrs. A. ---------------Au-62-2
Roulhac, J. B. ---------------- Au-63-4;
S-63-2; S-63-3; 0-63-1; 0-63-2
Rowley, L W. -----------0-64-1; My-65-2
Royal Yacht, Conf. sch. ---------A-63-3
R. R. Cuyler, USS---- J1------- J-61-1;
My-62-1; Au-62-2; Au-62-4; Au-63-1
R. S. Hood, Brit. sch. J--------e-64-3
Ruby, CSS ---------- F-65-3; F-65-4
Ruder, Lucius S. ------------ Je-65-6
Ruffin, Edmund -----------------J-61-1
Russell, James J. J-------- -64-3;
J-64-4; F-64-1; My-64-4; Je-64-3; JI-64-4;
S-64-3; J-65-1; J-65-2; F-65-4
Russell, Richard R. ------- My-65-4; Je-65-3
Russell, William Howard ----My-61-2
Rust, James S. -- ---------F-63-2; M-63-4;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3
Rutledge, Francis Huger --- J-61-1; N-62-4
Ruttsiag, A. --------------------S-64-4

S
Sache and Potter's Photograph Gallery (Tal-
lahassee) ---------------------S-62-3
Sagamore, USS -----------J-62-1; J-62-2;
J-62-3; A-62-1; My-62-1; Je-62-1; Je-62-3;
Jl-62-1; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; S-62-2; 0-62-4;
N-62-1; N-62-4; D-62-1; D-62-2; D-62-3;
D-62-4; J-63-1; J-63-2; J-63-3; J-63-4;
F-63-1; F-63-2; F-63-4; M-63-1; M-63-2;
A-63-3; Je-63-1; Je-63-4; Au-63-2; S-63-3;
D-63-2; F-64-3; F-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-4;
My-64-1; Je-64-2; Au-64-3; Au-64-4; 0-64-2;
F-65-1; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Salmi, Russian cargo ship -----Je-61-1
Salt Key Bank ----------A-64-3; Je-65-4
Salvadora, Brit. blockade runner --F-65-4
Salvor, Conf. cargo ship --------- -0-61-2
Sammis, John S. ----------------M-62-4;
0-62-4; My-64-2; Je-64-1
Samuel Rotan, USS My-62-1;
Je-62-1; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; N-62-1
Sanborn, Frank ---------- My-64-2
Sanches, Ellen ----------- F-63-1
Sanches, Eugenia ---------- F-63-1
Sanderson, Fla. F-64-2; Je-62-3; M-62-3
Sanderson, J. P. ----------F-62-1
Sand Island --------------------Je-63-3
Sand Point --------------F-64-1; F-64-4
Sanibel Harbor ------------ --Je-64-3
Sanibel Island ------------M-63-1; S-63-4
Sanibel River ------------------Au-63-2
San Jacinto, USS ----- My-62-2; Je-62-1;
Au-62-1; Au-62-2; J-63-3; S-63-1; S-63-2;
S-63-3; 0-63-1; D-63-3; D-63-5; J-64-1;
J-64-4; F-64-3; M-64-1; M-64-3; M-64-4;
A-64-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-1; Jl-64-5; Au-64-2;
Au-64-4; S-64-4; 0-64-2; D-64-1; J-65-1;
J-65-3; F-65-3; F-65-4
Santa Fe River -------- Je-62-3; JI-64-6
Santa Rosa County ---------- J-61-1;
Au-63-4; 0-64-4; N-64-1; My-65-2
Santa Rosa (Island) ------------- A-61-1;
A-61-2; A-61-3; My-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1;
J1-61-2; 0-61-1; 0-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-1;
F-62-2; A-62-2; A-62-4; My-62-1; Je-62-3;
S-64-3; S-64-4; 0-64-1
Santa Rosa Island, Battle of -------... 0-61-1;
D-61-1; A-62-3; Je-62-1; Je-62-3


Santa Rosa Sound --------M-64-2
Santa Rosa Sound, East Pass -------D-63-2;
D-63-5; S-64-3; S-64-4
Santiago de Cuba, USS J----- -62-2;
M-62-1; Au-62-1; N-62-1
Sarah Mary, Conf. sloop ------- Je-64-4
Sarasota Bay -------------------Je-65-4
Sarasota, Fla. ..------- J-62-3; M-64-4; A-64-1
Satillo River -------------------- S-64-5
Saunders, Fla. ---------M-65-3
Saunders, Richard ---------------M-63-1
Savage, Lon K. ----------------My-62-3
Savage, Thomas ---------------- Au-64-6
Savannah, Albany, and Gulf Railroad ------
Au-61-2; J-64-4; Au-64-6
Savannah News ---------------- M-61-1;
Au-62-1; 0-62-2; My-64-4
Savannah Republican ----------- M-62-2;
JI-62-1; S-62-3; 0-62-1; 0-62-3; F-63-1;
My-63-1; Je-63-3
Saw-Pit Plantation ---------------S-62-4
Saxton, Rufus -----------------... Au-62-2;
Au-62-3; S-62-3; M-63-2
Scammon, E. P. ----------0-64-2; N-64-1;
N-64-2; N-64-3; N-64-4; D-64-2; D-64-4;
J-65-4; A-65-1; A-65-2
Schurz, Carl ----------- -A-61-1
Scott, George W. ---------------M-63-4;
A-63-1; A-63-4; S-64-4
Scott, Winfield -----------------D-60-2;
J-61-2; M-61-1; M-61-2; A-61-1;
Scott's Batt., Fla. Cav. -------F-62-1;
S-63-2; 0-63-3; J11-64-5
Scottish Chief, CSS -------..0-63-2; N-63-1
Seabird, Conf. sch. --------My-63-2
Seabird, US sch. --------Au-63-2; 0-63-2;
Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-4; 0-64-2; J-65-1;
A-65-2; Je-65-2
Sea Foam, US mortar brig --------My-64-1
Sea Horse Key J------- -62-2; A-64-4
Sea Lion, Conf. sch. -------------My-63-2
Second Alabama Inf. --------A-61-4
Second Conf. Brigade --- J-62-2; Au-62-1
Second Fla. Cav., US --- Au-62-3; D-62-1;
A-63-4; F-64-3; My-64-1; My-64-3; Jl-64-1;
J1-64-2; JI-64-5; JI-64-6; Au-64-5; S-64-4;
0-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-3; F-65-4; M-65-1;
M-65-2; A-65-1; A-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-4
Second Fla. Inf., Conf. -----------Jl-61-1;
Au-61-2; S-61-2; 0-61-1; J-62-4; My-62-3;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; Jl-62-1; Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3;
Au-62-2; Au-62-4; 0-62-1; N-62-2; D-62-1;
D-62-3; Je-63-2; S-63-4; J-64-1; J-64-2;
My-64-4; Je-64-1; Je-64-2; JI-64-4; 0-64-4;
D-64-3; F-65-4
Second Fla. Inf. Batt., Conf. Cay. ---------
My-64-3; Je-64-2
Second Fla. Volunteers, Conf. ------- Je-63-1
Second Ill. Ca. ------ ....-----------A-65-2
Second Ind. Cav. ----- My-65-1; Je-65-1
Second Maine Cavalry --- Au-64-6; S-64-4;
S-64-5; 0-64-1; 0-64-2; 0-64-3; A-65-1;
My-65-2; My-65-4; My-65-6; Je-65-5
Second Miss. Inf. ---------A-61-4
Second US Art. ---- A-61-1; D-61-2;
A-62-4; JI-62-1; D-62-4; My-63-4
Second US Colored Inf. J1-------64-1;
JI-64-2; JI-64-6; F-65-4
Secretary of State, Fla. ------------N-63-4
Secretary of War, Conf. J-61-2; S-61-1;
0-61-1; 0-61-2; D-61-2; M-62-3; M-62-4;
My-62-2; Je-62-2; 0-62-2; 0-62-3; D-62-3;
J-63-2; M-63-4; J-64-2
Secretary of the Navy, US ----- My-62-2
Seddon, James A. ----------------63-3;
S-63-1; 0-63-3; J-64-4; A-64-4; Au-64-1;
0-64-1; D-64-4
Segui, Mrs. C. D. ----------------F-63-1


Seleh, C. M --------------- S-62-2
Sellwood, Hy. ----------------Je-63-3
Seminole War ------------ Au-61-2; S-61-1
Seminole, USS ------------------J-65-1
Semmes, A. A. ----------------My-63-2;
0-63-2; 0-63-3; 0-63-4; D-63-2
Seven Pines, Battle of ----------.Je-62-1;
J1-62-3; 0-62-2
Seventeenth Conn. Inf., US. --Je-64-1; Jl-64-6
Seventeenth Connecticut Volunteers ----
Au-64-4; Au-64-6; S-64-3; 0-64-4; N-64-4;
D-64-4; Je-65-2; Je-65-3
Seventh Ala. Ca. --------J1-64-3; Au-64-2
Seventh Conn. Volunteers, US ----S-62-4;
F-64-3; S-64-2
Seventh Florida Inf. ---A-62-2; My-62-2;
Je-62-2; Je-62-3; J1-62-1; Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3;
Au-62-1; S-63-3; J-64-1; S-64-6; D-64-1
Seventh Loyal Kentucky Cav. ---My-65-1;
Je-65-1
Seventh N. Hampshire Volunteers -- Au-62-3;
D-62-4; F-64-3
Seventh US Colored Troops -------...Je-64-1;
J1-64-3; JI-64-6
Seventh US Inf. -------- My-65-5; My-65-6
Seventh Vermont Inf. D-62-4; My-63-4;
J-64-4; M-64-2; J1-64-3; 0-64-1; S-64-5
Seventy-fifth N.Y. Inf., US ---- D-61-2;
A-62-4; Jl-62-1
Seventy-fifth Ohio Volunteer Mounted Inf.,
US ----------------- e-64-1; J1-64-2;
JI-64-3; JI-64-5; Jl-64-6; Au-64-2; Au-64-3;
Au-64-4; Au-64-5; Au-64-6; S-64-3; S-64-5;
0-64-4; N-64-4; D-64-4
Seward, Camp, Santa Rosa Island --D-61-2;
A-62-4; My-62-1
Seward, William H. -------------M-61-2;
A-61-2; F-64-3; F-64-4; N-64-2
Seymour's Point ----------------- J-65-2
Seymour, Truman --------Je-62-3; N-62-3;
F-64-1; F-64-2; F-64-3; F-64-4; M-64-2;
M-64-3; M-64-4; Je-64-3; Au-64-1;
Shake Rug Corner, Fla. ------Au-64-4
Shannahan, Michael L. ---------S-61-1
Sharpsburg, Battle of ----------- 0-62-1
Shaw, James ---------------- Jl-64-3
Shedd, W. W. J--------------- e-61-1
Shefield, William A. ------ S-61-1
Sheldon House (New Smyrna) ---Au-63-4
Sheldon, W. E. ----------F-65-3
Shell, Conf. sch. J-------------65-2
Shell Point --------------D-62-1; D-62-2
Sheridan, Philip H. ------- Je-65-5
Sherman, Thomas W. ------------M-62-2;
M-62-3; M-62-4
Sherman, W. T. ---------------Au-64-6;
N-64-2; N-64-3; D-64-3; D-64-4; J-65-4;
F-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-2
Sherrill, John ---------------J--- -64-1;
J-64-2; J-64-3; 0-64-4
Shiloh, Battle of ---------------My-62-4;
JI-62-2; A-63-1
Shine, Richard A. --------S-61-2;
0-62-3; 0-62-4
Shine, R. A., Jr. ---------N-62-4;
J-63-4; F-63-4
Shoal River -------------S-64-4; My-65-2,
Shorter, J. G., Alabama Gov. ----A-62-1;
A-62-2; A-62-3; N-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-3;
My-63-1
Shoup, Francis A. ---------------S-62-3
Shufeldt, R. W. ---------------My-64-4;
S-64-2; F-65-4; M-65-2
Sikes, Robert L. F. ---------M-65-4
Silas Henry, Conf. blockade runner --J-63-2
Silva, James ----------------- Je-63-1
Silver Springs, Fla.---. -------- M-64-3;
JI-64-6; M-65-2; My-65-5








Simmons, B. J. -------------J-62-2
Simmons, Coast Guard --------J-62-3; A-62-4
Simmons, H. C. ------------D-62-2; F-65-4
Simpson, E. ---------------------- N-64-2
Sire, Joseph ---------------------My-64-2
Six-Mile Creek ------------M-64-2
Sixth Fla. Batt., Conf. ---------J-64-1;
A-64-2; A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-2
Sixth Florida Inf. Conf. -- A-62-3; A-62-4;
My-62-2; Je-62-2; Je-62-3; Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3;
Au-62-1; Au-62-3; J-63-2; S-63-3; N-63-2;
N-63-3; N-63-4; S-64-6; M-65-3
Sixth Fla. Volunteers, Conf. ------63-2
Sixth Ga. Inf. -----------F-64-3
Sixth N.Y. Inf. J1-------------------J-61-2;
D-61-2; A-62-4; Jl-62-1
Sixty-first US Colored Inf. ----------A-65-2
Sixty-fourth Ga. Inf., Conf. ----- F--64-3;
My-64-3
Slemmer, Adam -------------------J-61-1;
J-61-2; M-61-2; J-63-4
Slidell, John --------J-61-1; Au-61-2; M-62-4
Smith, A. J. J------------------ e-65-5
Smith, Buckingham ------------My-64-2
Smith, Caraway ---------- D-62-1;
F-63-2; Au-64-5; S-64-5; 0-64-2
Smith's, Capt. C., Co. ---------M-62-3
Smith, Cassie Kirby ----------D-64-4
Smith's Cav., Co. J-65-4
Smith's Cav. Troop -----------------A-62-4
Smith, Culver --------------------My-62-3
Smith, Edmund Kirby --- A-61-3; My-61-2;
Jl-61-2; Au-61-1; 0-61-1; 0-61-2; D-61-2;
Je-62-1; Je-62-3; Au-62-3; S-62-1; S-62-3;
J-63-3; A-63-1; Je-63-3; D-64-4; My-65-1
Smith, Garner -----------------My-62-3
Smith, James ----------------------S-62-4
Smith, John W.. ---------------- Au-61-2
Smith, Mrs. Joseph E. --------Je-63-3
Smith, Lewis S. -------------------A-65-2
Smith, Louis S. ----------0-64-1
Smith, M. Whit --- Je-62-2; S-62-3; S-62-4
Smith's Reg., Conf. ---------- -0-63-3
Smith, Robert B. -----------------t4-
A-64-3; 0-64-3; N-64-2; D-64-3
Smith, R. S. ---------------------- A-62-2
Smith, Walter N. ------------------A-65-2
Snodgrass, Dena ------ S-64-6; Je-65-6
Society of Friends -----------------..-62-4
Sodom, Fla. ----------------------Jl-64-1
Soldiers' Friend Society, Tallahassee --------
Je-62-2
Somerset, USS ------ My-62-1; My-62-2;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; Jl-62-2; Au-62-2; 0-62-1;
N-62-1; J-63-1; F-63-3; Je-63-1; Je-63-3;
Je-63-4; Au-63-2; Au-63-4; S-63-3; 0-63-4;
My-64-2; My-64-4; Au-64-3; 0-64-2; D-64-3;
J-65-2; J-65-4; Je-65-2
Somersville, Fla. --------- A-65-3
Sonoma, US gunboat --------A-63-3; A-65-4
Sophronia, US sch --------- D-64-4
Sort, Brit. blockade runner --D-64-3; F-65-4
South Atlantic Blockading Squadron --
Jl-61-1; J-62-3; F-62-4; Au-62-4; J-63-1;
A-63-1; My-63-1; Je-63-1; Au-63-1; Au-64-2;
0-64-2; N-64-2; D-64-2; J-65-2; F-65-1;
M-65-2; A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-3; A-65-4;
My-65-6; Je-65-2
South Carolina, USS ------ Je-61-2;
J-62-1; F-62-3; Je-62-3; Au-62-4
South Carolina Civil War Centennial Com-
mission --------------My-62-4
South Florida Bull Dogs ------- A-62-2
South Fork of Black Creek J1-64-5
Southern Baptist Convention --------My-63-2
Southern Episcopalian ------------Je-61-2


Southern Lights, Brit. blockade runner ------
Au-63-2
Southern Region, Natl. Railway Hist. Soc. --
My-62-4
Southern Star, Conf. sloop ---------Au-63-2
Southwest Pass ----------S-63-3
Southwestern RR -----------------J-64-4
Sparkling Sea, US transport ------ J-63-2
Speed, James --------Je-65-4
Spencer, William B. --------------- M-64-3
Spirea, USS --- -----------J-65-1;
M-65-1; M-65-2; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Spitfire, Conf. sch. -------------- F-62-3
Spotswood, A. W. -----------------S-62-3
Spratt, L. S. ------------J-61-1
Spray, Conf. gunboat ---- Je-61-1; F-62-1;
S-63-2; Au-64-4; My-65-3; My-65-6
Spunky, Brit. blockade runner --- A-64-2
Stag, Conf. sch. --------------------J-62-2
St. Andrew's Bay ----------------M-62-2;
A-62-2; My-62-1; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; S-62-3;
N-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-1; F-63-1; Je-63-1;
Au-63-1; Au-63-3; D-63-1; D-63-2; D-63-3;
D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-1; J-64-2; J-64-3; J-64-4;
F-64-1; M-64-1; A-64-3; My-64-1; My-64-3;
Je-64-2; JI-64-1; Jl-64-6; S-64-4; 0-64-1;
0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-3; J-65-4; A-65-3;
Je-65-2
St. Andrew Episcopal Church, Panama City
----------------- My-62-4
St. Andrews Road --------- S-64-3
St. Andrews Sound ----------N-62-2; J-63-1;
D-63-2; My-64-1; My-64-2
Stanton, Edward M. ---------------A-62-4;
Au-62-1; F-63-2; J-64-2; J-64-3; A-65-1;
My-65-3; Je-65-3
Starke, Fla. ---..-M-64-3; Au-64-3; Au-64-4
Star of the South, USS ----- Je-61-2
Star of the West, USS -------------J-61-1
Stars and Stripes, USS -- N-62-1; J-63-1;
F-63-1; My-63-1; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Au-63-4;
S-63-2; D-63-5; D-63-6; J-64-3; Au-64-6;
0-64-2; 0-64-4; D-64-1; J-65-1; J-65-4;
F-65-2; M-65-1; M-65-2; Je-65-2
State Bank of Florida -------D-62-3
Statesman, Conf. Sch. --------------Je-63-2
Station Four --------Jl-64-1; F-65-2; F-65-3
Station Seventeen (Ga.) -----------Au-61-2
St. Augustine Blues -------- F-61-2; Au-61-2
St. Augustine, College of -----------F-61-1
St. Augustine Examiner ..---D-60-2; J-61-2;
F-61-1; F-61-2; M-61-1; M-61-2; A-61-2;
A-61-4; My-61-1; Je-61-1; Je-61-2; 0-62-1
St. Augustine, Fla. ---- D-60-2; J-61-1;
J-61-2; F-61-1; F-61-2; A-61-2; A-61-4;
My-61-1; My-61-2; Je-61-1; Je-61-2; Jl-61-1;
Au-61-2; S-61-1; S-61-2; F-62-1; M-62-2;
M-62-3; A-62-1; A-62-2; A-62-3; A-62-4;
My-62-3; My-62-4; Je-62-1; Je-62-3; J1-62-1;
Au-62-1; Au-62-3; S-62-1; S-62-2; S-62-3;
S-62-4; 0-62-3; 0-62-4; D-62-4; F-63-1;
F-63-2; My-63-1; Je-63-3; Au-63-3; D-63-4;
D-63-5; 0-63-1; J-64-4; M-64-3; A-64-2;
A-64-3; A-64-4; My-64-2; Je-64-2; Je-64-4;
J1-64-2; Jl-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-6; S-64-5;
N-64-3; D-64-4; F-65-2; M-65-3; M-65-4;
A-65-1; A-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-2
St. Augustine Herald ------- N-62-4
St Augustine Opera Troupe ------- A-61-2
St. Augustine Record ------- My-62-3
St. Augustine Rifles J1------ Jl-61-1
Stearns, David ------------Jl-62-1; Jl-62-3
Steedman, Charles J-63-4;
F-63-1; M-63-2; M-63-4
Steinhachee River ----------Je-63-4; F-65-3
Stephens, Allen A. ------- M-64-1
Stephens, Alexander H. F-61-1; F-62-4
Stephen Hart, Conf. sch. ------------J-62-3


Stetson University ---- ---- A-63-4;
My-63-4; Je-65-6
Stewart's, Capt., Co. ---------------Je-64-2
Stevens, A. H., Jr. -----------------M-64-1
Stevens, Henry K. ------- D-61-1; S-62-3
St. Francis Barracks, St. Augustine --------
0-62-3
St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Titusville --
My-62-4
St. George's Island ---------------N-61-2
My-62-2; D-62-3; J-63-3; J-65-4
St. George's Sound -------Au-62-2;
N-62-1; J-63-1; Je-63-2; 0-63-1; Au-64-3;
N-64-2; F-65-4; M-65-1; Je-65-2
St. George's Sound, East Pass ---- My-63-4;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3; S-63-3; M-64-1; My-64-1
St. George's Sound, Middle Pass --- N-64-2
St. George's Sound, West Pass --My-62-1;
My-63-4; Je-63-1; S-63-3; My-64-2; Au-64-3;
0-64-2; N-64-2; D-64-2; D-64-3
Stickney, Lyman D --------0-62-4; S-63-1;
S-63-2; D-63-2; D-63-3; D-63-4; F-64-1;
M-64-1; My-64-2; Je-64-1; Je-64-3; Je-65-5
Stillwell, James --O-64-1; N-64-2; A-65-2
Stirrup Cays ----------------------D-62-1
St. James Island -------------------F-62-2
St. John's Bluff Au-61-2; A-62-2;
S-62-2; 0-62-1; 0-62-3; Je-64-2
St. John's Church, Tallahassee -------J-61-1
St. John's County .--0 O-62-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1
St. John's Greys ------------J--------61-1
St. John's Mill -------------------Au-63-3
St. John's and Indian River Canal Co.. ----
J-62-3
St. John's Railroad ---------------My-61-1
St. John's Rangers Co. -------------A-62-4
St. John's River --D-60-2; J-62-2; F-62-3;
F-62-4; M-62-2; M-62-4; A-62-3; A-62-4;
Je-62-1; Je-62-3; S-62-1; S-62-3; S-62-4;
0-62-1; 0-62-3; 0-62-4; J-63-1; J-63-3;
J-63-4; F-63-1; M-63-2; A-63-3; My-63-1;
Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-2;
J-64-2; J-64-4; F-64-1; F-64-2; M-64-2;
M-64-3; M-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-2; A-64-4;
My-64-3; My-64-4; Je-64-2; Je-64-3; Je-64-4;
Jl-64-2; Jl-64-3; JI-64-5; Au-64-1; Au-64-4;
Au-64-5; Au-64-6; 0-64-1; 0-64-2; 0-64-4;
N-64-1; N-64-2; N-64-3; F-65-2; M-65-2;
M-65-4; A-65-1; A-65-4; My-65-4; Je-65-2
St. Joseph's Bay ----- A-62-1; My-62-1;
Je-62-1; Au-62-2; S-62-2; N-62-1; J-63-1;
J-63-3; Je-63-1; D-63-6; A-64-3; My-64-1;
0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-4; Je-65-2
St. Lawrence, USS ---- -Je-62-1;
Au-62-1; N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-3
St. Leo Abbey, St. Leo, Fla. ---Au-63-4
St. Louis, US sloop ---------------Jl-61-1
St. Lucie River -------------J-63-2; J-63-3
St. Marks -------- JI-61-1; Au-61-1; Au-61-2;
S-61-2; 0-61-2; F-62-1; F-62-2; M-62-2;
M-62-3; A-62-1; My-62-1; My-62-3; Je-62-1;
Je-62-3; Jl-62-3; Au-62-2; S-62-1; D-62-1;
D-62-2; J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-1; F-63-2;
M-63-3; M-63-4; My-63-1; Je-63-1; Je-63-2;
Je-63-3; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; F-64-3; M-64-1;
M-64-2; M-64-3; M-64-4; My-64-1; My-64-2;
My-64-4; Je-64-4; Au-64-4; Au-64-6; 0-64-1;
0-64-2; J-65-1; J-65-3; J-65-4; F-65-1;
F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-3;
A-65-1; A-65-2; A-65-3; My-65-2; My-65-3;
My-65-4; My-65-6; Je-65-2
St. Mark's Bar -------------------M-63-4;
Je-63-2; F-65-4; A-65-3
St. Marks, Fort ------M-65-4; Je-65-1
St. Marks, Ft.. National Historic Site ---
M-65-4
St. Marks Lighthouse ---------------J-63-3









St. Marks River ----- Je-62-2; Je-62-3;
D-62-2; S-63-2; M-65-1; M-65-2; M-65-4
St. Martin's Reef --Je-62-1; Jl-62-3; A-64-3
St. Mary's, CSS --M-63-4; F-64-1; Au-64-1
St. Mary's Hill, Pensacola ------..........---A-63-2
St. Mary's River --Je-61-1; M-62-2; F-63-2;
M-63-1; F-64-2; F-64-4; Je-64-3; S-64-5;
J1-64-3; Jl-64-5; Au-64-1; Au-64-2; Au-64-3
St. Mary's Sound--- J-------------e-64-2
St. Mary's trestle (Camp Jackson) -- -
Au-64-3; Au-64-5
Stockton, William T. -------Jl-61-1; Au-61-2
Stodder, L. N. -------- 0-63-2; Jl-64-4
Stokes, Thomas ----------------Au-61-2
Stone, C. P. ------N-63-3; N-63-4; D-63-5
Stonewall, US sch. -F-63-4; Je-63-1; M-64-4;
A-64-1; My-64-1; Je-64-4; JI-64-2; Jl-64-4;
Au-64-1; J-65-1; F-65-2; My-65-2; My-65-3
Stonewall Jackson, USS -----------0-63-2
Stovall, M. A. ------------------S-63-3
St. Petersburg, Fla. --------0-63-2
St. Petersburg Junior College --- My-62-3
St. Petersburg Times ------- My-62-3
Stribling, Cornelius K. ------------S-64-4;
0-64-2; 0-64-4; N-64-2; N-64-3; D-64-1;
D-64-3; D-64-4; J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-3;
F-65-1; F-65-2; F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-1;
M-65-2; M-65-3; M-65-4; A-65-4; My-65-1;
Je-65-2; Je-65-3; Je-65-4
St. Sebastian River ---------------F-63-4
St. Vincent's Island -------------0-61-1;
0-61-2; N-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-2; J-62-3;
My-62-2; J-63-2
Suber, C. H. --------------------F-63-3
Sulzbacher, Sigmund ------- 0-63-3; D-63-2
Sumter County ------------0-64-4; N-64-1
Sumter, CSS ------------- S-61-2
Sumter, Fort --- D-60-2; J-61-1; M-61-1;
M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2; A-61-4; My-62-4
Sunflower, USS -------My-63-2; My-63-3;
My-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Au-63-2; Au-63-4;
D-63-3; D-63-5; A-64-1; My-64-1; Je-64-1;
S-64-6; D-64-2; D-64-3; J-65-1; Je-65-2
Supply, US storeship ----- J-61-2; J-62-3
Sunny South Guards ------- Au-61-2
Surprise, Brit. sch. --------------M-63-3
Susan, Brit. blockade runner --------J-64-2
Susquehana, USS ---------A-63-3; Je-62-2
Sutterloh, E. J. ---------- -F-65-2
Suwannee Circuit Court, Columbia County
---------------------------N-62-2
Suwannee County --------------- Je-61-2;
D-62-1; Je-63-1; 0-64-4; N-64-1
Suwannee Judicial Circuit ------- D-62-1
Suwannee River --- D-60-1; F-61-1; F-62-1;
N-62-2; D-62-4; J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-1;
A-63-2; Je-63-1; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; D-63-2;
D-63-3; D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-2; J-64-3;
J-64-4; F-64-4; M-64-3; A-64-1; A-64-4;
My-64-1; My-64-4; Je-64-2; Je-64-4; Jl-64-2;
JI-64-3; Au-64-1; Au-64-4; Au-64-5; 0-64-2;
J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-4; F-65-2; F-65-3;
M-65-1; A-65-3; My-65-2
Suwannee River, West Pass --F-64-4; Je-64-4
Swain, W. R. -------------------N-63-2
Swallow, Conf. sloop --------M-64-4
Swamp, Thomas J---------- e-64-2
Swan, Conf. st. -----------My-62-3
Swann, Samuel A. ---------F-65-3
Sweet Water, Fla. -------- -S-64-3
Sylph, US sch J------------------Jl-64-3
"Sylvania Plantation" ---M-65-4; A-65-1

T
Taber, Charles E. --------- J-65-2,
Tacony, USS ----------- -F-64-1
Tahoma, US gunboat -------My-62-1;


My-62-2; Je-62-1; Je-62-2; JI-62-3; Au-62-1;
Au-62-2; Au-62-4; 0-62-1; N-62-1; J-63-1;
J-63-2; F-63-1; F-63-4; My-63-1; My-63-2;
Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Je-63-4; Au-63-2;
0-63-2; 0-63-3; D-63-2; F-64-3; F-64-4;
M-64-2; My-64-2; Au-64-4
Talbot Island -------------------J-65-2
Tallahassee, Fla. --D-60-1; D-60-2; J-61-1;
F-61-1; F-61-2; M-61-2; A-61-1; A-61-2;
A-61-3; My-61-1; My-61-2; Je-61-1; Je-61-2;
Jl-61-1; JI-61-2; Au-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-2;
0-61-1; N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-2;
F-62-2; F-62-3; M-62-1; M-62-3; M-62-4;
A-62-1; A-62-2; A-62-3; My-62-2; My-62-4;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; JI-62-2; J1-62-3; Jl-62-4;
Au-62-1; Au-62-2; S-62-2; S-62-3; S-62-4;
0-62-2; 0-62-3; 0-62-4; N-62-1; N-62-3;
N-62-4; D-62-3; J-63-2; J-63-4; F-63-2;
F-63-3; F-63-4; M-63-3; A-63-1; A-63-2;
A-63-3; My-63-1; My-63-2; My-63-3;
My-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-2; Je-63-3; Je-63-4;
Au-63-1; Au-63-2; S-63-1; S-63-3; 0-63-1;
0-63-2; 0-63-3; 0-63-4; N-63-3; D-63-1;
D-63-2; J-64-2; J-64-4; F-64-1; F-64-4;
M-64-1; M-64-3; M-64-4; A-64-1; A-64-4;
My-64-1; My-64-3; Je-64-3; Je-64-4; Jl-64-1;
JI-64-6; Au-64-1; Au-64-3; Au-64-5; S-64-1;
S-64-2; S-64-6; N-64-1; N-64-3; D-64-1;
D-64-3; J-65-1; J-65-2; F-65-1; F-65-3;
F-65-4; M-65-1; M-65-3; M-65-4; A-65-1;
A-65-2; A-65-3; My-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-5;
My-65-6; Je-65-1; Je-65-2; Je-65-3; Je-65-4;
Je-65-5
Tallahassee, CSS -----------------J-65-4
Tallahassee Florida Sentinel ..--------D-60-1;
D-60-2; S-61-2; F-62-1; F-62-2; M-62-2;
Je-62-1; Je-62-2; JI-62-1; Jl-62-2; Jl-62-3;
Au-62-1; Au-62-3; S-62-3; 0-62-2; 0-62-4;
N-62-1; N-62-2; N-62-4; D-62-2; J-63-2;
J-63-4; F-63-2; F-63-3; F-63-4; M-63-1;
M-63-3; M-63-4; A-63-1; A-63-2; A-63-3;
A-63-4; My-63-1; My-63-3; Je-63-2; Je-63-4;
Au-63-1; Au-63-2; Au-63-3; S-63-2; S-63-3;
S-63-4; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; 0-63-3; N-63-1;
N-63-2; N-63-3; N-63-4; D-63-1; D-63-2
Tallahassee Floridian ----------- D-60-1;
D-60-2; F-62-2; 0-62-4; N-62-3; N-62-4;
A-63-1; N-63-1
Tallahassee Floridian and Journal -----
M-61-1; My-61-2; Jl-62-3; S-62-1; J-63-3;
F-63-4; My-63-3; Je-63-2; S-63-1; S-63-2;
S-63-3; 0-63-2; 0-63-3; N-63-2; N-63-4;
D-63-1; D-63-2; M-65-2
Tallahassee Guards ------ F-62-1; A-62-4
Tallahassee Hospital -------. Jl-62-2; N-63-1
Tallahassee Mutual Relief Association ...---
N-63-4
Tallahassee Railroad ------- F-62-2;
M-62-4; M-64-2
Tallahassee Tri-Weekly Florida Sentinel .--
S-62-4
Tallahassee Wayside Home --------N-63-3
Tallapoosa, USS ---------------- D-64-3;
J-65-1; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Tampa Bay -------------D-61-1; M-62-3;
Je-62-1; Jl-62-3; Au-62-1; Au-62-2; Au-62-4;
N-62-1; J-63-1; J-63-2; M-63-4; My-63-2;
Je-63-1; Au-63-2; Au-63-3; Au-63-4; S-63-3;
S-63-4; 0-63-2; 0-63-3; D-63-1; D-63-5;
M-64-4; A-64-4; My-64-1; My-64-4; Je-64-1;
Je-64-1; Je-64-4; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-4; Jl-64-5;
S-64-3; S-64-6; 0-64-2; N-64-2; D-64-1;
J-65-1; J-65-2; J-65-4
Tampa, Fla. F-61-2; 1 J-61-1; S-61-1;
S-61-2; 0-61-2; M-62-4; A-62-2; A-62-3;
My-62-1; Je-62-3; J1-62-1; J1-62-2; Au-62-4;
D-62-3; Je-63-2; Je-63-4; 0-63-2; J-64-1;
J-64-4; My-64-1; My-64-2; Je-64-4; JI-64-1;


Jl-64-2; JI-64-3; Au-64-4; S-64-2; S-64-4;
S-64-6; D-64-1; D-64-2; J-65-1; M-65-1;
My-65-6; Je-65-2; Je-65-4
Tampa Florida Peninsular --D-60-2; F-61-2
Tampa Free Press ----------------My-62-3
Tampico, US transport ------------Je-65-3
Taney, Roger B. --------M-61-1
Tattnall, Josiah -----J------- -61-2
Tatum, T. P. ------------------Je-62-2
Taylor, Bushrod B. ----------- -J-65-1
Taylor County ------------J-63-3; A-63-4;
J-64-4; M-64-4; A-64-1; Au-64-3; 0-64-4;
N-64-1; M-65-3
Taylor County Eagles -------------0-61-2
Taylor, Fort, Key West -- J-61-1; J-61-2;
M-61-2; A-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-3; Jl-62-4;
Au-62-1; Je-64-4; Je-65-2
Taylor, Joseph M. --------J61-1; S-61-1
Taylor, Zachary ----- Je-62-3; J-65-4
Tebeau, C. W. J------------- e-65-6
Tecumseh, USS ----------------Au-64-1
Telemico, Conf. blockade runner ---M-65-3
Ten-Mile Station ----------------M-64-1
Tennessee Civil War Centennial Commission
---------------S-64-6
Tennessee, USS ---------------- S.63-2
Tenth Fla. Inf., Conf. ---- D-64-3; F-65-4
Tenth Fla. Regiment, Conf. -------e-64-1;
Je-64-2
Teresa, Brit. blockade runner -------A-63-3
Terrapin, Brit. sch. -------------Jl-64-2
Terrence, W. H. --; ------ S-64-4
Terry, Alfred H. ----. -------- -- S-62-3
Texas State Gazette -------- M-61-2
Thatcher, H. K. ----------F-65-4; Je-65-4
Theresa, Conf. sch. ---------- -- S-62-1
Thigpen's, Capt., Co. ----- M-62-3; D-63-3
Third Florida Infantry --Jl-61-2; Au-61-2;
0-61-2; M-62-3; M-62-4; A-62-3; A-62-4;
Je-62-2; Au-62-3; N-62-2; N-62-3; N-62-4;
D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-1; A-63-1; S-63-3;
N-63-3; N-63-4; J-64-1; S-64-6
Third Fla. Volunteers, Conf. -------D-61-2
Third Ga. Volunteers --------J-62-3
Third New Hampshire -------M-64-3
Third N.Y. Light Artillery, ------- 0-64-4;
N-64-4; D-64-4
Third Reg., Conf. Eng. Corps ------- 0-64-4
Third Rhode Island Art. --_F-64-3; Je-64-1;
J1-64-6; Au-64-4; S-64-1; S-64-2
Third US Artillery ---------------F-64-3
Third US Colored Troops -----Je-64-1;
J1-64-3; JI-64-6; Au-64-1; S-64-2; S-64-4;
0.-64-4; N-64-4; D-64-4; Je-65-3
Third US Inf. ----------D-61-2; A-62-4
Thirty-Fifth US Colored Inf. ------- Je-64-1;
JI-64-6; Jl-64-5; Au-64-4; 0-64-4; N-64-4;
D-64-4
Thirty-fourth US Colored Inf. J. Jl-64-6;
Au-64-1; Au-64-4; S-64-1; 0-64-4; N-64-4;
D-64-4; J-65-4
Thirty-second Ga. Inf., Conf. --------F-64-3
Thom's, Capt., Marine Co. -----D-61-1
Thomas Creek ------------------Je-64-2
Thomas, George H. -------Je-65-3; Je-65-4
Thomas, Lorenzo ------------- -0-63-3
Thomas, Robert B. -------------Au-61-2;
0-61-1; A-62-3
Thomasville (Ga.) Times -----------Jl-62-3
Thompson, J. H. ----------------D-64-1
Thorne, USS -------------------- S-63-2
Thorpe, Mary -------------------S-62-4
Three Mile Branch --------M-63-4
Three Mile Creek ------- M-62-4
Three-Mile Run ---------- M-64-1
Tift, Asa F. ---------- N-63-2
Tiger Tail Island ----- My-64-4; Je-64-3
Tilghman, B. C.--..-- -------- -N-64-4;









D-64-4; A-65-2; A-65-3; A-65-4; My-65-6;
Je-65-2; Je-65-3
Tillinghast, H. ..-----------J1-62-1
Tilton, McLane -------------------F-63-1
Tioga, USS ----------------N-62-3; D-62-1;
A-63-4; 0-63-1; N-63-1; M-64-4; A-64-3;
Je-64-4; Au-64-4; N-64-4
Titusville, Fla. ----------------My-62-4
Tocoi, Fla. ..-------------------- My-61-1
Toombs, Robert ----------J-61-1; F-61-2;
M-61-2; A-61-2; Jl-61-2; Au-61-2
Toronto Leader -------------------F-61-1
Tortugas --------M-61-2; My-61-1; 0-61-2;
A-62-4; Je-62-1; J-63-1; M-63-2; My-63-3;
My-63-4; Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Au-63-2; Au-63-4;
D-63-3; M-64-1; Je-64-4; N-62-3
Trail Ridge ------------------------J1-64-5
Trans-Mississippi Department, Conf. -------
D-61-2; A-63-1
Transport Island City, US transport -_ A-65-3
Trapier Guards --------------------M-62-1
Trapier, James H. ---- -----------.. O0-61-2;
N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-1; J-62-2;
J-62-3; F-62-2; F-62-3; F-62-4; M-62-1;
M-62-3; M-62-4; Jl-62-3
Travers, William -----------------S-62-4
Treasury Dept., Conf. ------------F-63-2
Tredegar Iron Works ---- --------S-61-1
Trenholm, George A. ------------Je-65-4
Tresca, Frederick --------------Je-65-4
Trier, Conf. sch. --- -------------0-62-4
Trinity Hall School, St. Augustine --- A-62-2
Trout Creek -------------Je-64-2; Jl-64-2
Trout River ....---------------------- J-64-3
Tucker, James ----------------Je-64-1
Turel, CSS .---------------------My-62-2
Turner's, Capt., Cav. ------- D-61-2; M-62-3
Turner's Independent Co. --J-62-3; A-62-4
Turner, J. W. ------------------ M-64-2
Turner, William J... --------------- D-61-1;
My-62-1; Jl-62-2; S-62-3
Turtle Bay, Fla. ----------------- N-62-2
Turtle Harbor, Fla. -------- N-62-4, D-62-2
Twentieth Ala. Inf., Conf.-------- F-623
Twenty-eighth Conn. Inf., US -------D-62-4
Twenty-eighth Ga. Art. Batt., Conf.--. F-64-3
Twenty-eighth Ga. Inf., Conf.------ F-64-3
Twenty-fifth NY Batt., US---------- J-63-2
Twenty-fifth U.S. Colored Inf. ----- My-65-5
Twenty-fourth Mass. Inf., US -------D-63-5
Twenty-fourth Miss Volunteer Inf., U.S.------
N-61-2; D-61-2; J-62-3
Twenty-ninth Ala. Inf., Conf. -------My-62-2
Twenty-ninth Conn. Colored Volunteers, US
Jul-64-6
Twenty-ninth Ga. Batt., Conf.------ 0-64-4
Twenty-seventh Ga. Inf., Conf.------- F-64-3
Twenty-seventh Miss. Inf., Conf. ..My-62-2
Twenty-sixth US Colored Inf. -------Jl-64-6
Twenty-third Ala. Inf., Conf. ---- F-62-3
Twenty-third Ga. Inf., Conf.--------F-64-3
Two Brothers, Brit. sloopboat-------F-64-4
Two Sisters, US tender ----- J-63-3; Je-63-1;
S-63-2; S-63-4; 0-63-1; 0-63-2; 0-63-3;
N-63-1; N-63-4; J-64-2; A-64-3; My-64-1;
My-64-4; Je-64-4; J1-64-3; D-64-1; J-65-1;
M-65-1;
Tyler, John -------------- ------J-62-2
Tyler, Miss L. C. T.------------- M-61-1

U
UDC, Anna Jackson Chapter -------My-62-4
UDC, Mayaimi Chapter ----------My-62-4
UDC, Thomas Benton Ellis Chapter -My-62-3
Unadilla, USS --------------------A-64-2
Uncas, USS ------------- S-62-2; 0-62-1;


J-63-1; J-63-2; J-63-3; J-63-4; F-63-1;
M-63-4; A-63-3; Je-63-1; Je-63-3
Uncle Mose, Conf. sch. ------------ J-62-3
Union, CSS ......------------Au-62-4; D-63-2
Union, USS ------My-63-2.; A-64-4;
My-64-1; Je-64-3
Union Bank of Florida ------------ F-62-2
"Union Men of Florida" ----------My-64-2
United Daughters of the Confederacy ------
J-62-4; S-62-4; Je-65-6
U. S. Admiralty Court, Key West--- J-63-3
U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Fla. J-65-3
U.S. Congress ----------------- D-64-2
University of Florida -------S-62-4; Je-65-6
University of Florida Press --------A-63-4;
My-63-4; Je-65-6
University of Miami ----------J---e-65-6
Unknown, Conf. sch ------------- 0-64-3
Useppa Island -------------------..D-63-5

V
Van Buren, Martin --------- S-62-4
Vance, Mrs. Herbert 0.----------A-61-4;
J-62-4; Je-65-6
Vanderbilt, Cornelius -------------1-61-2
Vanderbilt, US st. transport ------Jl-61-2
Vann, E. J --------------------A-65-3
Van Nestin, J. F. ---------------Au-64-4
Vermilyea, R. H., Brit. blockade runner -----
M-65-2
Vermont, USS ------------S-63-2
Vernon, Fla. -------- S-64-3; S-64-6; 0-64-1
Verot, Augustin ----------------Au-62-1
Vicksburg Battlefield ------- J-62-4; My-62-4
Vicksburg, USS ---------------- -F-64-2
Victoria, Queen of England --------My-61-2
Vignos, Augustus ----------------Je-64-3
Villepigue, Fred L. -------M-62-1; J1.-62-4;
J-63-3; Au-63-2; N-63-1; J1-64-1; 0-64-4;
N-64-3
Villepigue, J. B. ----- ----------Jl-62-4
Villepigue's Batt., Conf. ---- --------64-5
Vincennes, USS ----------------My-62-2
Vogdes, Israel ------------A-61-2; A-65-3;
A-65-4; My-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-4;
My-65-5; My-65-6; Je-65-1; Je-65-2
Vogt, Daniel --------------------S-62-2
Volante, Brit. blockade runner --- N-63-1
Volusia County ----------A-62-4; Je-62-2;
A-64-4; My-64-1; J1-64-6; N-64-1; M-65-3
Volusia County Historical Commission Au-63-4

W
W. H. Young, Conf. side-wheel river
boat ------------------------ N-64-2
W. Y. Leitch, Brit. blockade runner.--.A-63-3
Wabash, USS ------------M-62-2; M-62-4
Waccasassa Bay ---------My-63-2; My-63-4
Waccasassa River .--------A-63-2; Au-63-3;
Je-64-4; Jl-64-6; My-65-2
Wachusett, U.S. st. corvette -------.....0-63-4
Wainwright, Jonathan M. ----------F-62-4
Wakulla County ---------0-61-2; Au-62-3;
D-62-3; J-63-3; Je-63-3; 0-63-1; 0-63-2;
0-64-4; N-64-1
Wakulla Guards .....----------------Au-61-2
Wakulla River ----------------- M-65-4
Waldo, Fla. --------D-60-2; F-61-1; A-64-2;
A-64-4; My-64-4; F-65-2; A-65-2; My-65-5;
Je-65-3
Walker, Berry --------------Je-63-1
Walker, David S. --- --- M-62-2; N-63-2
Walker, L. Pope ---------F-61-2; M-61-1;
M-61-2; A-61-2; A-61-3; My-61-1; Je-61-1;
Jl-61-2; Au-61-1; Au-61-2; S-61-2


Walker, Captain W. M ..-- M-63-4; Au-63-3;
Au-63-4; S-63-3
Walker, William S. --------1-64-1; 0-64-4
Wall and Co., William H. ------- 0-61-2
Wallen, Henry D. ---------My-65-5
Walton County -----------F-62-2; 0-63-2;
J-64-4; 0-64-4; My-65-2
Wanderer, US sch.----. ----Je-62-1; J1-62-2;
J1-62-3; Au-62-2; J-63-1; J-63-3; A-63-3;
Je-63-1; Je-63-3; Jl-64-4; 0-64-2; J-65-1;
Je-65-2; J-65-4
War Dept., Conf. ----------S-61-2; 0-61-1;
N-61-1; N-61-2; D-61-1; D-61-2; J-62-3;
F-62.1; F-62-3; A-62-3; My-62-3; Je-62-2;
N-62-2; D-62-2; D-62-3; D-62-4; J-63-3;
A-63-4; J-64-2; A-64-4; My-64-3; Je-64-1;
JI-64-5; S-64-3; S-64-4; S-64-5; S-64-6;
0-64-2; N-64-4; D-64-3; J-65-1; F-65-3
War Dept., U.S. ---- --- J-62-3; F-62-4
War Eagle of the East (J. J. Dickison) A-65-2
War of 1812 --------------------J-61-2
Ward, Camp -------------------- 0-63-1
Ward, Ft. (St. Marks, Fla.) Je-62-3; My-65-3
Ward, George T. J------- -61-1; A-61-3;
My-61-1; Jl-61-1; F-62-1; D-62-2
Ward, W. H. J--------------------65-4
Wardlaw, Benjamin F. ---D-60-1; My-65-3
Waresboro, Fla. D-64-1
Warrenton, Fla. ------- -61-1; N-61-2
Warrenton Rifles --------------Je-61-1
Warrior, CSS ------------------ Au-63-3
Warrior River -------------F-64-3; J-65-3
Wartappo, USS ------------ My-64-3
Washington Chronicle --------------Je-63-2
Washington County ------- J-61-1; 0-61-2;
D-62-3; 0-63-2; J-64-2; J-64-4; S-64-3;
0-64-4; N-64-1
Washington County Invincibles -------S-61-1
Washington, George .-------- J-61-2
Washington Point, Fla. ------------0-64-1
Watchful, Conf. sch. ---------S-64-5
Water Witch, USS ----- Jl-61-1; M-62-2;
0-62-1; J-63-1
Waters, Samuel ----------- My-64-1
Watkeys, E. H. J-----------e-64-4; JI-64-4
Watson's Bayou ------------J-64-3; F-64-1
Wave, Conf. pilot boat ------------ N-62-1
Wayside Hotel for Traveling Soldiers,
Madison ---------------------D-64-1
Wayside Hotel for Traveling Soldiers,
Monticello --------------------.. A-64-2
Wayside Hotel for Traveling Soldiers,
Tallahassee ------------------- N-63 2
Weed, Edwin G. ------------S-62-4
Weeks, Edmund C. -------- J1-64-1; JI-64-6;
F-65-4; M-65-1; My-65-2; My-65-6; Je-65-4
Welaka, Fla. ------------My-64-2; M-65-3
Welch, George E. ----------------Je-63-3
Welles, Gideon -----------A-61-1; S-61-1;
J-62-3; M-62-2; My-62-2; Je-62-1; Jl-62-1;
Au-62-2; Au-62-4; S-62-3; N-62-1; N-62-2;
F-63-2; A-63-1; Je-63-1; Au-63-1; S-63-3;
D-63-6; F-64-1; F-64-3; M-64-1; A-64-2;
My-64-1; Je-64-1; Jl-64-3; Au-64-4; Au-64-6;
N-64-3; D-64-2; D-64-3; D-64-4; J-65-1;
J-65-3; F-65-1; F-65-3; F-65-4; M-65-1;
M-65-3; A-65-3; A-65-4; Je-65-3; Je-65-4
Wentworth, T T., Jr. -------A-61-4; J-62-4;
My-62-3; S-64-6; Je-65-6
Wepaluxet Creek ----------------- J-65-3
Werden, R. ------------ D-64-3
West, E. M. --------------------F-63-2
West, Henry --------------------S-63-1
West Bay ---------F-63-1; D-63-2; D-63-3;
D-63-4; A-64-3; A-64-4; Je-64-2; Je-64-3;
F-65-1
West Bay Point ----------------- Je-64-3








West Florida Seminary --. F-61-2; Je-62-3;
J-65-1; F-65-1; M-65-1; M-65-2; Je-65-3
West Indies Blockading Squadron ....N-62-1;
N-62-4; My-63-4
West Lake Worth, Fla. -----------My-62-3
West Palm Beach, Fla. -----------My-62-3
West Pass ------------- My-64-2; Jl-64-4
Westcott, James -----------0-63-2; 0-63-3
Westcott, John ---- ..-- Au-62-1; J-64-2
Western Bank of Florida, Apalachicola ----
F-61-2
Western Gulf Blockading Squadron---S-61-2;
J-62-2; J-62-3; S-62-1; J-63-4; Je-63-3;
S-63-3; M-64-4; Au-64-6; F-65-4
Western Metropolis, U.S. transport st.-_J-64-4
Wetappo River --- ---- F-64-3; A-64-1; A-64-2
Wettappo Creek ----------------J-65-3
Wetzel, James ------------------ M-65-4
Whig Party ----------------------D-60-1
White, G. H. --------0-64-1; 0-64-2; A-65-2
White, James H. ---------------Je-65-6
White, James L. ...----------------Au-61-2
White, Oscar ------------------Au-61-2
White, Pleasant W ....-------- S-63-2; N-63-1;
0-63-1 D-63-2
White's Bluffs -------... A-64-1; J-65-3; J-65-4
Whitehurst, John -----------..---Au-62-4
Whitehurst, Scott ---------------Au-62-4
Whitesville, Fla. --------------J----64-5
Whitner, W. H .---- ------------D-62-1
Whitney, Mrs. Elizabeth ---------My-62-3
Wigfall, Louis ----------------- My-61-2
Wiggins, R. L. ---------------- D-62-3
Wiggins, James A. ---------------J-62-3
Wilcoxon, A. H. ----------- D-64-4; F-65-2
Wild Pigeon, Conf. sch.. -----------M-64-4
Wilderness, Battle of the ... My-64-1; Je-64-1
Wilkes, Charles -----------------N-62-1
Wilkinson, J. --------------------J-65-3
Willard, A. J. -------------- D-64-4
Willard, Lewis H. --- ---- 0-64-1; A-65-2
William, Conf. sch. ---------------J-64 2
William A. Kain, Conf. sch.-------- J-64-1;
J-64-4; F-64-1
William Batty, U.S. sloop ..----------0-61-1
William C. Atwate, US sch. --------Je-61-1
William E. Chester, Conf. sloop ---- N-62-3
William G. Anderson, USS ..-------- N-61-2;
S-62-1; S-62-2; A-63-3
William H. Young, Conf. river st. -- My-63-3
William Mallory ----------------M-62-2
Williams, Capt., Co. -------------Je-61-2
Williams, Daniel ----------------Je-61-1
Williams, Darius -----------------S-63-3
Williams, I. ------------------My-65-1
Williams, J. J. ------------J-63-3; Je-63-2
Williams, J. S ---------------- M-64-1
Williams, R. C. ----------- F-63-4; N-63-4;
D-63-1; D-63-2
Williams, R. J., Jr. ---------------F-63-3
Williams, Fort, St. Marks ----------F-62-1
Williams, Miss V. ---- -----------F-63-1
Williamsburg, Battle of ------------0-62-2
Williamson, J. C. ----------------J-62-2
Willis, A. Murat ---------------Au-62-2
Willis, Ben C .------- A-61-4; My-62-4;
Au-63-4; Je-65-6
Wilson, "Billy" ----------------My-62-3
Wilson, J. H. ---..My-65-4; My-65-5; Je-65-3
Wilson, William ----------------Jl-64-1
Wilson's Zouaves ---------------- 0-61-1


Wing, A. W. ---- --------------Je-63-1
Wingate House ---------- ------J1-64-3
Wingfield, Robert H ........ ------------.... Au-63-4
Winnebago, USS -------------- J-65-1
Winslow, Francis --------. Au-62-2; Au-62-4
Winters, John ------------------- F-61-1
Wirt, William ------------------ 0-62-3
Withers, Jones M .----. ------------ D-61-1
Withlacoochee River ----.......A-63-2; Je-63-2;
Je-63-3; A-65-1
Wittichen, Mrs. Murray Forbes ..--- A-61-4;
J-62-4; Je-65-6
Wombell, T. J. ---------------Jl-62-3
Wondo, US light draught cruiser --.. My-65-3
Wood, Mrs. Harry E. -------------Je-65-6
Wood, Jesse S. -- ... --------Au-62-1; F-63-3
Wood, John Taylor -------------Je-62-3;
J-65-4; My-65-3; My-65-4; My-65-5; Je-65-2;
Je-65-3; Je-65-4
Woodbury, D. P. -- -------....D-63-1; D-63-3;
D-63-4; D-63-5; J-64-1; J-64-3; M-64-4;
My-64-1; Jl-64-1
Woodman, E. W. --------My-65-2; My-65-6
Woods, D. C. ------------------My-64-1
Woodstock Mills, Fla. ..------......------- F-64-4
Woodville, Fla. ----------------- Je-62-3
Woodward, A. L .... ....--------- D-62-1; 0-63-1
Woolsey, Fla. ----------------- N-61-2
Worden, L.----. ---------------A-61-2
Wright, Arthur J. T. ------------J-61-2;
Je-62-2; N-64-3
Wright, Horatio G. ...-----.....F-62-4; M-62-2;
M-62-3; A-62-1; A-62-2; Au-62-1
Wyandotte, USS ---------Je-62-3; Au-62-4
Wynn, William B. ----------------N-63-2
Wyoming, USS -----------------N-64-4


Yancey, William Lowndes ----------F-61-2
Yellow Bluff, Fla. -----....M-64-3; A-64-2;
A-64-3; Je-64-2; Jl-64-2; Jl-64-5; Au-64-4;
S-64-1; S-64-3; N-64-1; N-64-4
Yellow Bluff Fort --------------- Je-62-3
Yellow River -------------------Je-64-4
Yonge, Chandler C .....-----..Jl-61-2; A-64-2;
D-64-4; J-65-3
Young, USS ---------------- --- Je-65-3
Young, C. C.. -------------------D-63-1
Young, M. M ------------S-64-5; 0-64-1
Young, Edwin S. ----------------Au-64-6
Young Racer, Brit. sloop -----------J-64-2
Young Rover, USS -------------Je-62-1;
J11-62-3; Au-62-2
Yulee, David Levy --------......D-60-1; D-60-2;
J-61-1; J-61-2; F-61-1; Je-61-2; Au-61-1;
0-61-1; J-62-2; Je-62-3; Je-62-4; Jl-62-1;
Je-63-2; A-64-2; A-64-4; My-64-4; Je-64-3;
Au-64-4; My-65-3; My-65-4; My-65-5;
Ma-65-6
Yulee, Mrs. David Levy .....-A-64-2; My-65-5
Yulee, Elias ----.....---------Au-61-1; J-62-2
Yulee Sugar Mill Historic Memorial _-Je-62-3
Yucca, USS --------------------Je-65-4


Zeller, Theodore -------......----------. S-64-5
Zulavsky, E. -------------------- N-64-4
Zulavsky, Col. L. L. -------. S-64-4; 0-64-1;
N-64-4; My-65-6; Je-65-3





DECEMBER, 1960

FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
This is the first of a series of FLORIDA 100 YEARS AGO planned to be published monthly during the one hundredth
anniversary of the Civil War and Reconstruction era. When the series is completed these summaries will make a loose-leaf
notebook month by month account of the war in Florida and elsewhere as it affects Florida. They will be sent to school and
college libraries, newspapers, radio stations, patriotic and historical societies, legislators, local centennial groups, and to
any others in Florida or other states who are interested in the observance of the centennial. Address inquiries for additional
copies to the Florida Civil War Centennial Commission at the address indicated on the mailing envelope. These summaries
are being prepared by Dr. Samuel Proctor of the History Department, University of Florida.


1860 was a year of crisis. North and South, states were
rapidly severing the invisible bonds which had held the
Union together for seventy years.
The emotion packed events of the 1850's foreshadowed
the tragic years that were soon to engulf the nation. The
great Whig party which had so strongly upheld the national
idea disintegrated, and the Republican Party, which rose
to take its place, accepted a platform which inflamed an
already agitated South. The Kansas-Nebraska controversy,
the Dred Scott decision, the Lincoln-Douglas debates were
coals added to fires already blazing under cauldrons of sus-
picion and distrust. And then on October 16, 1859, John
Brown, the man who many thought was a victim of mental
delusions, and his followers seized the United States arsenal
in Harper's Ferry. Although this plan to free the slaves was
doomed from the start, the news of the Raid caused a wave
of fear and revulsion to spread throughout the South. Seces-
sionists used it to win over many conservatives who were
still reluctant to support any action that might destroy the
Union. Here was concrete evidence that abolitionists in-
tended to set the slaves upon their masters and to forcibly
overthrow the institution which was at the base of society.
The tensions between North and South had become so great
that the admirable art of compromise, which had hitherto
preserved the American experiment of democratic govern-
ment was failing to function. Only disaster could result.
No part of the country was isolated from the slavery and
state rights controversies which were raging. The people of
Florida, although they were living in the newest of the slave-
holding territories, were caught up in this maelstrom and
they became a part of the surging tide that carried the
country into the Civil War.
FLORIDA ON THE EVE OF WAR
SIGNIFICANT EVENTS OF 1860
January 5, 1860 Volunteer military companies organ-
ize in Fernandina and Tallahassee because of "the critical
state of national affairs."
January 19, 1860 The Fernandina East Floridian
publishes article on the cost of raising and equipping a
brigade for active military service.
February 16, 1860 Enthusiasm for Stephen A. Douglas
has almost completely disappeared in Florida and only the
Jacksonville Republican still favors his nomination for
president on the Democratic ticket.
April 9, 1860 Constitutional Union Party meets in
Quincy. Acknowledges "wrongs inflicted on the South" but
advocates use of "pacific, rational, and judicial methods" for
righting these wrongs.
April 9, 1860 Democratic convention convenes in Tal-
lahassee and appoints as delegates to the Democratic Con-
vention to meet in Charleston: T. J. Eppes, B. F. Wardlaw,
John Milton of Jackson County, Charles E. Dyke, Editor of
the Tallahassee Floridian, James B. Owens of Marion
County, and G. L. Bowne.
Adopts resolution condemning the Douglas slave doctrine,
and declares slavery to be a necessary domestic institution.
Insists upon strict enforcement of Fugitive Slave Law.


April 14, 1860 All but 18 miles of Florida Railroad
line completed, and a crew of one hundred hands was trying
to complete the job quickly. Tallahassee paper predicts that
"Soon the dim and gloomy recesses of those primeval and
almost impenetrable forests will re-echo the startling scream
of the locomotive, and their affrighted denizens will tremble
with terror as the unusual sound penetrates their hidden
lairs."
April 30, 1860 Cotton state delegations secede from
the national democratic convention.
May 8, 1860 The Pensacola and Georgia Railroad
Company begins laying track for a line to run from Lake
City to the Suwannee River.
May 9, 1860 Constitutional Union Party meets in
Baltimore and nominates John Bell for president and Ed-
ward Everett for vice-president. Several West Florida
counties are represented.
May 10, 1860 Editor of the Fernandina East Floridian
says that the dismemberment of the Union is only a matter
of time, and that the South "is as well prepared for that
grave issue now, as she will be one or ten years hence."
May 15, 1860 A political meeting in Jacksonville de-
clares "we are of the opinion that the rights of the citizens
of Florida are no longer safe in the Union and we think she
should raise the banner of secession and invite her southern
sisters to join her."
May 21, 1860 Democrats meet in Gainesville and
declare "if in consequence of Northern fanaticism the irre-
pressible conflict must come we are prepared to meet it."
May 23, 1860 The U.S.S. Crusader captures a French
slaver off the coast of Cuba carrying 422 Negroes from the
Congo. The vessel and its cargo will be hauled into Key
West where there were already more than a thousand
Negroes captured earlier in the month. "All of these," ac-
cording to the editor of the Key of the Gulf," are perfectly
happy and content."
May 26, 1860 Senator Yulee says "if the modern Re-
publicans succeed in acquiring possession of the Federal
Government, it will be the duty of the Southern State to
secede."
June 4, 1860 Democratic state nominating convention
at Quincy endorse the radical southern position and appoint
delegates to the Richmond convention: John Milton, Jack-
son county, is nominated for governor on the 23rd ballot.
R. B. Milton of Leon County and coeditor of the Tallahassee
Floridian, is nominated for Congress.
June 7, 1860 Editor of Cedar Key Telegraph reports,
after a recent tour of the State, "crops are in an unusually
promising state."
June 16, 1860 Democrats hold a second convention in
Baltimore and nominate Douglas and Johnson; endorse the
doctrine of popular sovereignty.
June 27, 1860 Constitutional Union Party holds conven-
tion at Quincy presided over by former Governor Thomas
Brown 22 counties are represented. Edward Hopkins of
Duval County nominated for governor, and B. F. Allen of
Leon County, editor of Tallahassee Sentinel, for Congress.





Platform charges Democratic party with deliberately plan-
ning disunion and state is cautioned against resorting to
"extreme measures."
July 26, 1860 State press indicates an overwhelming
enthusiasm for the Democratic ticket: According to a report
appearing in the Quincy Republic, the following are sup-
porting the Breckingridge-Lane ticket: Pensacola Tribune,
Marianna Patriot, Apalachicola Times, Quincy Republic,
Tallahassee Floridian, Monticello Family Friend, Madison
Messenger, Newnansville Dispatch, Ocala Home Companion,
Lake City Herald, Jacksonville Standard, Cedar Keys Tele-
graph, Fernandina East Floridian, Tampa Peninsular, St.
Augustine Examiner, and Key West Key of the Gulf. Sup-
porting Bell and Everett are the Pensacola Gazette, Milton
Courier, Marianna Enterprise Sentinel, and Lake City Press.
The only paper which seems to be supporting Douglas and
Johnson and there is considerable doubt even about this, is
the Jacksonville Mirror.
October 1, 1860 State election results for governor -
Milton, 6,994; Hopkins, 5,248. For Congress Hilton,
7,722; Allen, 5,172.
October 5, 1860 Governor W. H. Gist of South Caro-
lina queries Southern governors as to planned action if
Lincoln is elected. Governor Perry of Florida says that his
state would not take the lead in seceding, but that Florida
would follow the lead of another state.
November 7, 1860 Florida presidential vote results:
Electoral vote 3, Lincoln 0, Douglas 367, Breckenridge
8,543, Bell 5,437.
November 8, 1860 Citizens of Waldo hold meeting and
pledge themselves "to march to the assistance of the first
State that may secede." They announce that they will burn
Abe Lincoln in effigy tomorrow.
November 9, 1860 Public meeting at Fernandina de-
clares that Lincoln's election is the first step in the dissolu-
tion of the union.
November 10, 1860 The Federal commander at Key
West expresses his concern in a letter to General Winfield
Scott: "I believe the temper of the South is excited-
dangerous."
November 12, 1860 Meeting at Madison Courthouse
and 83 men join volunteer militia company.
November 14, 1860 The Fernandina East Floridian
reflects popular appeal of secession movement when it
prints on its masthead the following: "The Secession of
the State of Florida, The Dissolution of the Union, The
Formation of a Southern Confederacy."
November 17, 1860 St. Augustine meeting supports
the calling of a Convention of Delegates "to consider the
expediency of dissolving our connection with the Federal
Union."
November 19, 1860 Governor Perry formally accepts
first Minute Men organization for the "defense of the State."
November 26, 1860 People of Ocala support secession
and unfurl a flag with a single. blue star and the inscription
"Let Us Alone." In Quincy there is a flag flying with the
inscription "Secession, Florida, Sovereignty, Independence."
Legislature assembles and reads letter from Senator Yulee
indicating his desire to return home "promptly and joy-
ously" as soon as Florida secedes.
Governor Perry says in his opening message: "The crisis
expected by men of observation and reflection has at last
come. The only hope that the Southern states have for
domestic peace or for future respect of property is depend-
ent on . secession from faithless, perjured confeder-
ates." Further delay, he said, might give rise to slave
uprisings in which whites would suffer the fate of those in


Santo Domingo. He further recommends that militia be
revised and that $100,000 be appropriated to purchase arms.
November 28, 1860 A bill calling for a constitutional
convention to meet in Tallahassee on January 3 is introduced
simultaneously in both houses. It passes unanimously.
Motions to defer convention until January 17 fail in the
House by a vote of 31 to 16 and in the Senate by a vote of
12 to 7.
A motion in the Senate to table the bill also fails and a
resolution proposing popular ratification of the convention's
action is defeated 12 to 4.
November 30, 1860 Legislative bill signed into law by
Governor Perry. He issues proclamation naming December
22 as day for election of delegates.
December 1, 1860 Richard Keith Call issues a pamph-
let condemning the legislature's action. He calls secession
"high treason against our constitutional government."
December 12, 1860 The Bank of St. Johns in St.
Augustine suspends specie payment.
December 13, 1860 Southern congressmen, including
Hawkins of Florida, caucus and then issue a letter to their
constituents declaring that all hope of relief for the South
has been exhausted. Speedy secession and the formation of
a southern confederacy is strongly recommended.
December 14, 1860 Congressman Hawkins announces
his refusal to serve on any congressional conciliation com-
mittee. The time for compromise, he says, has passed.
December 20, 1860 South Carolina secedes. Conven-
tion unanimously declares "that the Union now subsisting
between South Carolina and other states under the name of
The United States of America is hereby dissolved."
December 22, 1860 Election to select delegates to
secession convention held. 69 men chosen, of whom at least
25 are considered cooperationists.
Richard Call, in a letter to Tallahassee Sentinel, expresses
hope that "reason may not be dethroned by passion-that
no attempt will be made rashly to strike the American flag
-that no attempt will be made to declare Florida a Nation
alien and foreign to the American people."
U. S. Senate Committee of Thirteen meet to consider the
Crittenden Compromise which would restore the Missouri
Compromise line in the federal territories. It is opposed by
both Republicans and Democrats.
The Florida Baptist State Convention, meeting in Monti-
cello, adopts a resolution expressing their "cordial sympathy
with, and hearty approbation of those who are determined
to maintain the integrity of the Southern States, even by a
disruption of all existing political ties."
December 26, 1860 Florida hears that South Carolina
Convention is considering calling a meeting of slave states
at Montgomery, Alabama, to form a Southern Confederacy.
December 28, 1860 Florida papers report that Union
soldiers have left their garrison at Fort Moultrie, Charles-
ton, South Carolina, and are occupying Fort Sumter.
December 29, 1860 In a New Year editorial the St.
Augustine Examiner reflects on the many efforts made by
the South in the past to prevent disunion and war. "Our
political sky as we enter upon a new year," the editor writes,
"is overcast with clouds indicating a political tempest; and
along the northern horizon is written the demon declara-
tion "IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT." Well, let it come
and with stout hearts and armed nerves in defiance of free-
men's rights, we will encounter it."
He predicts that the new year will bring with it "the estab-
lishment of a Southern Confederacy, having resources ample
to insure prosperity, strength and durability within, and to
command respect without."




JANUARY, 1961

FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION


THE STATE BECOMES A NATION ..

Significant Florida Events For January, 1861


Jan. 2 War Department refuses for security reasons the
requests of Yulee and Mallory for a munitions and equip-
ment inventory of Federal forts and arsenals in Florida.
Jan. 3 Although bad roads have delayed delegates
from Escambia, Santa Rosa, Franklin, Liberty, and Clay
Counties, secession convention assembles in Tallahassee.
The Right Reverend Francis H. Rutledge, Episcopal
Bishop of Florida, opens meeting with the prayer that the
"Lord will enlighten, direct, and strengthen" the delegates
in their deliberations.
In his opening speech, temporary chairman John C. Pelot
of Alachua County, described Lincoln as a "wily abolition-
ist," and says that when he was elected "all hope for the
future was destroyed."
Edmund Ruffin of Virginia arrives in Tallahassee on the
noon train from Lake City to confer with Governor Perry
and members of the secession convention.
Jan. 4 Florida officials learn of a telegram from Wash-
ington that has been intercepted in Atlanta. It authorized
the reinforcement of the Pensacola forts and destruction of
the Chattahoochee Arsenal, to prevent them from falling
into Southern hands.
Perry and his advisors agree on the urgency of seizing
Federal properties in the State.
President Buchanan has proclaimed this as a day of fast-
ing and prayer for peace. The rector of St. Johns Church in
Tallahassee uses the occasion to preach a disunion sermon.
Jan. 5 The Quincy Guards, under the command of
Colonel Duryea, take over the Chattahoochee Arsenal and
seize 500,000 rounds of musket cartridges, 300,000 rounds
of rifle cartridges, and 50,000 pounds of gunpowder.
Secession convention reconvenes with John C. McGehee,
ardent state-rights planter from Madison County, as perma-
nent chairman. McQueen McIntosh of Apalachicola intro-
duces resolution avowing the constitutional right of seces-
sion. He urges secession by proclamation.
Senator Yulee and Robert Toombs of Georgia confer on
problem of transferring Federal properties to Southern con-
trol. Yulee notifies Joseph Finegan of this meeting and
advises the immediate possession of the navy yard and forts
at Pensacola.
Jan. 6 Mallory notifies convention of a secret caucus
of Southern senators called by Jefferson Davis and John
Slidell and the recommendation that "Southern States
should, as soon as may be, secede."
Jan. 7 The single Federal soldier guarding Fort Marion
in St. Augustine surrenders the garrison to a company of
local volunteers.
Bishop Rutledge reveals that he is contributing $500.00 to
help Florida set up a new government.


Secession debate continues after E. C. Bullock of Alabama,
L. S. Spratt of South Carolina, and Edmund Ruffin of Vir-
ginia address the convention, urging immediate action. An
observer of these proceedings notes, "Florida is very impa-
tient to be the second State in the banner of the South."
After the McIntosh resolution is adopted by a vote of 62
to 5, a committee of 13 (8 secessionists and 5 cooperation-
ists) is appointed to prepare the secession ordinance.
Jan. 8 Governor Moore of Alabama reveals that he has
received an appeal from Governor Perry for military assist-
ance in seizing Federal properties in West Florida.
Governor Perry authorizes Colonel William Chase, newly
appointed commander of Florida's troops, to take the Fed-
eral forts at Pensacola if it can be done "with assurance of
success."
Secession ordinance is introduced and the effects of George
T. Ward of Leon County, and Jackson Morton of Santa Rosa
County to defer secession until Georgia and Alabama have
acted are defeated.
Fort Clinch on Amelia Island occupied by order of
Governor Perry.
Jan. 9 Lt. Adam Slemmer of the U. S. First Artillery,
commander of the Pensacola forts, receives in the night mail
a War Department communication ordering him to take
whatever action is necessary "to prevent the seizure of the
forts."
Florida learns that the "Star of the West", carrying rein-
forcements for Fort Sumter, was repulsed by batteries firing
from the Charleston battery.
A dispatch from New Orleans reports that troops have
embarked from Boston to reinforce the Florida forts, partic-
ularly Fort Taylor at Key West.
Five companies of Alabama troops answer Florida's ap-
peal and leave Montgomery for Pensacola. They will aid in
possessing federal properties in the area.
Secession ordinance debated throughout afternoon and it
is almost night before the final vote on the main question is
ready. Secessionists agree to delay vote until the following
day.
Jan. 10 A telegram from Florida's congressional dele-
gation, read to the secession delegates by Governor Perry,
reports: "Federal troops are said to be moving or about to
move on Pensacola forts. Every hour is important."
After two hours of debate, the convention adopts secession
ordinance by a vote of 62 to 7. The time is 12:22 P. M.
Great excitement and enthusiasm in Tallahassee. Crowds
jam hotels and bars, and people dance in the streets. During
the evening a mammoth torch-light parade marches through
the downtown streets. Fireworks, shouts, and the ringing of
bells indicate the happiness of the populace.





Secession greeted with wild excitement throughout State.
In St. Augustine church bells ring jubilantly and a flag, dis-
playing a palmetto palm and an eagle resting on a globe
and holding in its mouth the State's motto 'Let Us Alone', is
unfurled from the flagstaff in the Plaza.
In Madison the streets are lighted with huge bonfires, bells
are rung and cannon fired. Men predict that the war will
not last sixty days and some offer "to drink all the blood
that will be spilt."
Slemmer moves his force of 81 men into dilapidated but
strategically-located Fort Pickens. Later, Lt. Hy. Erben and
a boat crew from the USS Supply batter in the gates of Fort
McRea, spike its guns, and dump dozens of barrels of gun-
powder into the sea.
Jan. 11 Because of an overflow crowd the formal sign-
ing of the secession ordinance is moved from the house
chamber to the Capitol's east portico. Members of the
supreme court, cabinet and legislature witness the signing by
64 of the 69 delegates. The great seal of Florida is affixed
to the document and it is enrolled by Miss Elizabeth Eppes
of Tallahassee, a lineal descendant of a signer of the Dec-
laration of Independence. Florida is formally declared a
free and independent nation.
Immediately following the secession signing ceremony,
John Milton, acting for the indisposed Governor, unfurls
Florida's new flag, a white silk banner with three stars, rep-
resenting Florida, Mississippi, and South Carolina.
Madame Achille Murat, great-niece of George Washington
and a relative by marriage of Napoleon, lights the fuse
which sets off a fifteen cannon salute in Tallahassee.
Reenforcements rushed to Fort Taylor in Key West to
prevent its seizure by Southern sympathizers.
First contingent of Alabama troops arrive in Pensacola.
Jan. 12 A detachment of Florida and Alabama troops,
about 500 strong, and a large crowd of Pensacola citizens
demand the surrender of the Pensacola Navy Yard. At
12:30 p. m. the base capitulates and the Federals give up
their most important naval installation on the Gulf coast.
It includes a million-dollar drydock, workshops, warehouses,
barracks, a marine hospital, 175 cannon, 12,000 projectiles
and ordnance stores valued at almost $500,000.
During the night four Confederates, identifying them-
selves as Florida and Alabama commissioners, demand the
surrender of Fort Pickens. Lt. Slemmer refuses.
Forts Barrancas and McRea occupied by Confederates.
Jan. 13 A small detachment of Confederates recon-
noiter the area around Pickens. Shots from the fort cause
them to retire into the woods.
Jan. 14 Senators Yulee and Mallory formally notified
of Florida's secession.
Jan. 15 Senators inform Perry that they have "ceased
participating in the proceedings of the Senate," and await
orders from Florida to withdraw formally.
Jan. 16 U. S. Senate rejects compromise resolutions
introduced by Mr. Crittenden of Kentucky. General Winfield


Scott announces that he is rushing the defenses of Washing-
ton.
Mallory advises extreme caution in the matter of the
Pensacola forts. "No blood must be shed before a Southern
Confederacy is organized. . Fort Pickens is not worth
one drop of blood," he wires Governor Perry and Colonel
Chase.
Jan. 17 Jackson Morton of Santa Rosa County, James
Patton Anderson of Jefferson, and James B. Owens of Mar-
ion, appointed Florida's delegates to the Southern Congress
scheduled to meet at Montgomery, Ala., on Feb. 4.
Jan. 18 Colonel Chase demands that Slemmer surren-
der Pickens peaceably so that there will be no "shedding of
the blood of brethern." Slemmer refuses.
Jan. 19 Colonel G. C. Gibbs of St. Augustine announces
that the city is preparing its defenses against a possible
attack by Federal troops.
The Mayor of New Orleans receives request from com-
mander of Florida forces asking for volunteers to help
capture Fort Pickens.
Jan. 20 Federal troops reenforce Fort Jefferson on
Tortugas.
Jan. 21 Florida's secession convention adjourns.
Senators Mallory and Yulee formally resign from the
Senate. Mallory pleads for peace but declares: "We seek
not to war upon, or to conquer you; and we know that you
cannot conquer us."
Jan. 23 Senator Mallory leaves Washington for his
home in Pensacola.
Confederate garrison at St. Augustine removes lenses from
the St. Augustine and Jupiter Inlet lighthouses forcing both
installations to close down.
Jan. 26 The editor of the St. Augustine Examiner, re-
porting on conditions in Florida, writes: "All is prepara-
tion for War, and everyone is confident that a conflict is
inevitable, and that we must be prepared to face the music."
The Marion Artillery of St. Augustine announces that it
has mounted a number of 32 pounders and 8 inch howitzers
on the water battery of Fort Marion.
Jan. 28 President Buchanan reiterates his policy of
non-aggression against the South.
Yulee wires Mallory from Washington that the warship
Brooklyn "is bound for Pensacola with two. companies
aboard." Mallory immediately notifies friends in Washing-
ton that no attack would be made on Pickens as long as
existing conditions are maintained. This information is
brought to the attention of President Buchanan.
Jan. 29 Buchanan issues the following order to his
Secretaries of War and the Navy: "Upon receiving satisfac-
tory assurances from Mr. Mallory and Colonel Chase that
Fort Pickens will not be attacked, you are instructed not to
land the company on board the Brooklyn unless said fort
shall be attacked or preparations made for the attack."
Thus begins the "Fort Pickens Truce."




FEBRUARY, 1961

FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION


FLORIDA JOINS THE CONFEDERACY . .

Significant Florida Events For February, 1861


Feb. 1 1,500 Florida, Mississippi and Alabama troops
are encamped on Pensacola Bay. Several batteries of guns
have been set up facing Pickens, and Forts McRea and
Barrancas are undergoing repairs and renovations.
Two companies of volunteers guard the Chattahoochee
Arsenal. A. Perry Amaker commands the detachment from
Leon County and James Patton Anderson is in command of
the Jefferson County Rifles.
Feb. 2 Governor Perry asks the legislature to reor-
ganize and strengthen Florida's militia so as to provide for
"the defense of the nation."
The St. Augustine Examiner reprints news item from the
Toronto Leader, Jan. 24, 1861, which says "positively the
British Government intends to acknowledge the indepen-
dence of the Southern Confederacy as soon as it is formed."
St. Augustine Examiner notes that Governor Perry has
appointed Stephen R. Mallory Judge of Admiralty at Key
West, replacing Judge Marion who has been removed. This
appointment has already been confirmed by the Florida
Senate.
Postmaster Andreu of St. Augustine announces that mail
for the North is still being accepted, and says that it can
be posted until 10 p. m. on Thursdays and Sundays.
Feb. 4 Representatives from South Carolina, Miss-
issippi, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Florida meet at
Montgomery, Alabama and proceed to organize a provi-
sional government for the Confederate States of America.
The delegates reject the proposal of Thomas Cobb of
Georgia that the new government be called "The Republic
of Washington."
Feb. 5 The Florida Senate passes a bill incorporating
the town of Monticello in Jefferson County.
Feb. 8 The Legislature incorporates two schools, the
LaVilla Institute in Jacksonville and the College of St.
Augustine. Faculty members and students will be exempt
from military duty, "except in time of actual war," but
they can, if they so desire, organize volunteer companies.
Baker County is created by an act of the Legislature.
The representatives at Montgomery complete the consti-
tution for the Confederacy and the governors of the partici-
pating states are duly notified.
The Legislature empowers Governor Perry to design and
adopt a uniform for Florida's troops "which shall be dis-
tinctive in its character." Any officer who has already pro-
cured his uniform will not be forced to purchase a new
uniform for at least two years.
Feb. 9 The Cotton States of Micanopy reports that
three free Negroes, members of the crew of a Northern
vessel berthed in Jacksonville, were kidnapped a few days
ago by the ship's captain and sold to a Mr. John Winter, an
Alachua County planter. The Negroes are confined in Jail


in Gainesville and will be brought up for a hearing. It is
believed that they will be returned to freedom.
The Florida papers note that many Bahamians are leaving
Key West because they fear an imminent attack by Southern
sympathizers on the city. Meanwhile, the Joseph Whitney
has brought in additional troops to strengthen the garrison
of Fort Jefferson on Tortugas.
Florida newspapers report that the steamer Everglade
out of Charleston has unloaded some 1,500 muskets at Fern-
andina. The arms are from the Charleston Arsenal and will
be distributed to cavalry companies throughout the State.
2,500 more muskets and 1,000 Maynard Rifles have also been
ordered, according to authoritative sources in Tallahassee.
An article appearing in the New York Courier and En-
quirer is reprinted in the St. Augustine Examiner. It de-
plores Florida's secession and the seizure of Federal
property and says that Florida is guilty of "piracy, theft
and robbery." The writer of the article suggests that the
Seminole Indians be moved back from the West to Florida,
saying that "fifty of these Indians could drive 50,000 white
rebels into the sea within sixty days."
The Charleston Mercury reports that Ex-Senator Yulee
has chartered a schooner on which to return to Florida with
his family.
Mr. Jefferson Davis of Mississippi, lately senator from
that state, formerly Secretary of War in President Pierce's
cabinet, and a veteran of the War with Mexico, is elected
president of the Confederacy.
Alexander H. Stephens of Georgia, who fought against
his state's secession, is named vice-president.
Feb. 11 Jefferson Davis leaves his Briarfield plantation
in Mississippi to go to Montgomery for his inauguration as
president of the Confederacy. Friends and members of
Davis' family do not think he is too enthusiastic about
accepting the responsibilities of the presidency, and would
have preferred being commander of the Southern army.
However he is considered a brilliant politician and states-
man and Cotton State newspapers have for weeks been pre-
dicting that he would be named president.
Feb. 12 The Reverend A. D. Pellicer, Pastor of St.
Peters Church, Montgomery, and formerly a resident of St.
Augustine, Florida rendered the opening prayer today for
the Confederate Congress. The Reverend Pellicer also
prayed at the Feb. 5th session of the Congress.
Feb. 14 The Florida legislatures incorporates the
Alachua County Railroad Company and authorizes it to
raise capital of $200,000 to build a railroad from Waldo to
Newnansville.
The Lake City and Blunt Ferry Railroad Company is also
incorporated, and a line from Lake City to the Georgia line,
at or near Blunt's Ferry on the Suwannee River, is contem-
plated.






Governor Perry approves a legislative act defining treason,
which states, "on the event of any actual collision between
the troops of the late Federal Union and those in the employ
of the State of Florida, it should be the duty of the Gover-
nor of the State to make public proclamation of the fact,
and thereafter the act of holding office under the Federal
Government should be declared treason, and the person
convicted should suffer death."
Governor Perry approves bills which will establish the
Western Bank of Florida in Apalachicola, the Commercial
Bank of Lake City, the Bank of Tallahassee, and the Bank
of Commerce at Fernandina.
Perry signs a bill which will empower the boards of trus-
tees of the East and West Florida Seminaries to reorganize
their institutions on a collegiate and military basis and to
start awarding college degrees.
The reorganization of Florida's militia is authorized.
Muster rolls will be sent to all commissioned lieutenants
and captains, and they will be instructed to raise volunteer
cavalry, artillery and infantry companies. The office of
adjutant-general is also being created to centralize and coor-
dinate Florida's military affairs. The Adjutant-General will
be appointed by the Governor.
Having completed its business the Florida Legislature
adjourns.
Feb. 16 The British consul at Pensacola issues clear-
ance papers for a ship carrying a cargo of cotton to Liver-
pool. The St. Augustine Examiner says that the British
government will never tolerate a "paper blockade" if it
threatens to curtail cotton shipments from the Confederate
States.
Jefferson Davis reaches Montgomery in the evening and
he is presented from the balcony of the Exchange Hotel to
a cheering throng filling Fountain Square by William
Lowndes Yancey, the ardent secessionist from South Caro-
lina. Mr. Yancey is a great orator and he reveals his elo-
quence when he says of the President-elect, "The man and
the hour have met!"
Feb. 18 Standing in the Grecian portico of Alabama's
Capitol building, Jefferson Davis is inaugurated provisional
president of the Confederacy. Florida newspapers report
that Mr. Davis delivered a "short, manly and pithy inaugural
address."
Among the military companies in Montgomery firing
cannon salutes for President Davis are several detachments
of troops enroute to Pensacola.
Feb. 21 The Confederate Congress creates the Confed-
erate Navy.
President Davis nominates the following men to his cab-
inet: Secretary of State-Robert Toombs of Georgia; Sec-
retary of the Treasury-Christopher G. Memminger of South


Carolina; and Secretary of War-L. Pope Walker of Ala-
bama. Congress confirms the appointments without delay.
Feb. 22 As provided by the Constitution the provisional
Confederate government is ended and a permanent govern-
ment is established.
The birthday of the Confederate States is being celebrated
throughout Florida. In St. Augustine two newly organized
military companies, the St. Augustine Blues and Governor's
Guards, lead a parade.
In Tampa birthday bonfires are lit. Seven ministers
address a large crowd gathered in front of the Hillsborough
County Courthouse and the Tampa Brass Band plays
patriotic songs. Later, a Southern flag is raised in front of
the Florida Peninsular office.
Feb. 25 Additional cabinet appointments have been
announced by President Davis at Montgomery: Henry T.
Ellet of Mississippi, Postmaster General and Judah P. Ben-
jamin of Louisiana, Attorney-General.
The rumors that former Senator Mallory of Florida would
be named Secretary of the Navy were today confirmed when
President Davis transmitted his nomination to Congress.
From experience gained while he was chairman of the
United States Senate Committee on Naval Affairs, Mallory
is expected to bring with him into the government of the
Confederacy a large and practical knowledge of naval affairs
and personnel and maritime law.
Davis admits that he has not yet consulted with Mallory
nor had he discussed the matter of the appointment with
Florida's Congressional delegation. The latter are very
much disturbed, and Representative Jackson Morton openly
accuses Mallory of having opposed secession and of having
been in concert with the Buchanan administration in pre-
venting the seizure of Fort Pickens.
Upon the recommendation of Representative Morton,
Mallory's nomination is referred to the Committee on Naval
Affairs. It is feared that this appointment will create a
greater controversy than any other made by President Davis.
Feb. 26 The Florida Legislature convenes in Tallahas-
see to ratify the constitution of the Confederate States and to
concur in the election of President Davis and Vice-President
Stephens.
Feb. 28 The Confederate Congress authorizes President
Davis to accept volunteers for a 12 months enlistment per-
iod. He is given command of all military matters which
involve "outside powers."
The Committee on Naval Affairs reports favorably on
Mallory's nomination. A minority report opposing the
appointment is submitted and among the seven Congressmen
signing it are two from Florida-Jackson Morton and James
B. Owens. At the request of these two, final consideration
of the reports will be postponed until March 4.





MARCH, 1961


FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION


ON THE EVE OF WAR .


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March 1 The Confederate Congress authorizes the
establishment of a provisional regular army of 10,500 offi-
cers and men, including 4 brigadier generals and 9 colonels.
The War Department announces that 5,000 men will be
needed to defend Pensacola.
The Florida Railroad Company announces that the last
section of track between Fernandina and Cedar Key has been
laid and that the railroad is now in operation.
March 2 The Editor of the St. Augustine Examiner
pessimistically reports the danger of war: "The advices
from Washington are by no means encouraging, on the
contrary they announce preparations for a coming conflict.
All the indications now are that the Republican party are
resolved not only against compromise guarantees, but upon
a war for coercion and subjection of the South."
The Savannah News reports that the steamer Everglade,
of the Florida mail line, has been purchased by the State
of Georgia and will be used for patrol duty in Southern
waters.
March 3 -- Brigadier General Pierre G. T. Beauregard
arrives in Charleston to take over command of Confederate
military installations. He warns that Fort Sumter will be
stormed unless the post is peaceably surrendered.
March 4 Stephen R. Mallory's nomination as Confed-
erate Secretary of the Navy is confirmed over the violent
opposition of two of Florida's three Congressional represen-
tatives. Texas also votes against Mallory, but he receives
the support of Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Missis-
sippi, and Louisiana.
Abraham Lincoln is inaugurated as the 16th president of
the United States. Guarding against any possible attempt
at assassination, thousands of troops line the parade route
along Pennsylvania Avenue from Willard's Hotel to the
Capitol. After Hannibal Hamlin of Maine is sworn in as
vice-president, Lincoln is escorted to the east portico and
there before a crowd of some 10,000 he reads his inaugural
address. Afterwards, he takes his oath as president from
Chief Justice Taney who, according to Mrs. Clay of Alabama
has "the face of a galvanized corpse." During the evening,
President and Mrs. Lincoln shake hands with their guests
at a gala inaugural ball and at 11 o'clock, as the Marine
Band play "Hail to the Chief," they lead the grand march.
At half past three in the afternoon the first official flag
of the Confederate States of America is unfurled from the
staff atop the Capitol building in Montgomery by Miss L.
C. T. Tyler, granddaughter of former President John Tyler.
The flag, designed by a specially appointed congressional
committee, consists of three stripes a red stripe at top
and bottom and a white one in the middle. In the upper left
hand corner is a blue Union with seven white stars in a
circle.
March 5 The reaction to Mr. Lincoln's inaugural
address is varied in both the North and South. The New
York Tribune's Washington reporter thinks every one ap-
proved it except the "Secessionists, who stigmatize it as a


Significant Florida Events For March, 1861


declaration of war." On the other hand, James Gordon
Bennett of the New York Herald suggests that the address
would have been "as instructive if President Lincoln had
contented himself with telling a funny story and letting
them go." The Richmond Inquirer sees in it "the cool, un-
impassioned, deliberate language of the fanatic." The
Charleston Mercury announces, "It is our wisest policy to
accept it as a declaration of war."
After reading a synopsis of Lincoln's address Florida's
Governor Perry wires Governor Francis W. Pickens of
South Carolina: "Will you open at once upon Fort Sumter?"
Lincoln confers with General Winfield Scott and urges
him to be vigilant in maintaining all Federal forts and
posts in the South. He orders the General to draw up plans
for the immediate resupplying of Forts Sumter and Pickens.
March 6 President Davis receives authorization to
place the Confederate States on a war footing and to receive
any number of volunteers up to 100,000 for a 12-months
enlistment.
March 7 The Palatka Guards, a volunteer detachment
of some 30 men, leaves for Fernandina as ordered by Gov-
ernor Perry.
Florida papers report the appointment of General Braxton
Bragg, Louisiana planter, West Pointer and Mexican War
veteran, as brigadier general and commander of the "Pro-
vincial Army of the Confederate States" encamped at Pen-
sacola Bay.
March 8 The Charleston Mercury reports that Repre-
sentatives Jackson Morton and James B. Owens of Florida
have openly accused Secretary Mallory of being a political
self-seeker and of having shown "bad faith toward Florida,
his native state."
March 9 The Tallahassee Floridian and Journal
warmly endorses Mallory's appointment and says that "no
man in the South is so conversant with naval affairs or so
well endowed with executive ability." Another Florida news-
paper declares that Florida was well deserving of having
one of its citizens placed in charge of naval affairs because
of the "State's extended coast line."
Lincoln holds his first cabinet meeting and discusses
problems relative to Sumter and Pickens.
Governor Perry receives Florida's first requisition for 500
troops. Confederate Secretary of the Army L. Pope Walker
writes: "If you can supply this requisition immediately
without publication of your order it would be better to do
so, as it is advisable as far as practicable to keep our move-
ments concealed from the Government of the United States."
March 11 The United States Senate officially accepts
the resignation of Stephen R. Mallory and directs the Sec-
retary of the Senate to drop his name from the roll.
General Bragg arrives in Pensacola and takes over com-
mand of all Confederate forces from Major-General William
H. Chase. Bragg orders the immediate completion of land
batteries in the area.





Concerned about the situation at Pensacola, Lincoln re-
peats in writing his order to General Scott to maintain Fed-
eral authority at Fort Pickens.
Governor Perry is notified that the Permanent Constitution
of the Confederacy has been signed and is awaiting adoption
by the states. It will be referred to the Florida Convention
when it reconvenes in Tallahassee on April 18.
March 12 In an effort to show that not everyone in the
South relishes the political philosophy changes which the
formation of the Confederacy have brought about, the New
York Tribune quotes T. S. Gourdin, editor of the Jackson-
ville Southern Confederacy: "We must abandon the old
idea of our forefathers that 'all men were born free and
equal,' and teach the doctrine of the diversity of the races,
and of the supremacy of the Anglo-Saxon race over all
others. We must take the ground never dreamed of by the
men of '76 that African Slavery is right in itself, and there-
fore should be preserved."
The Confederate Commissioners in Washington, Martin
J. Crawford of Georgia, A. B. Roman of Louisiana, and John
Forsyth of Alabama, are refused an unofficial interview
with Lincoln's Secretary of State William H. Seward. They
are hoping to secure the peaceful evacuation of Forts Sumter
and Pickens, and they seem to be optimistic about achieving
their objective. Their letter to Secretary Toombs in Mont-
gomery is cheerful: "While . a refusal to treat with us
. . in the absence of the evacuation of the Charleston and
Pensacola forts is, from our point of view, certain war, the
Administration still talks of peace."
The schooner Mohawk leaves New York carrying orders
from General Scott to the commander of the Brooklyn off
Pensacola, instructing him to land the companies of artil-
lerymen aboard his vessel to reinforce Pickens.
March 13 -- An enthusiastic Floridian, in a letter to the
editor of the St. Augustine Examiner, describes Secretary
Mallory's appointment to the Confederate Cabinet as "one
of the best that could have been made." He thinks, however,
that Mallory should have a higher position and suggests that
he be appointed Minister to Spain, a post that he would
serve in "with sound judgment and dignified policy."
March 14 Louisiana transmits the first funds to the
Confederate treasury, the sum of $536,787.12.
March 16 In reporting excerpts from Lincoln's inaug-
ural address, the St. Augustine Examiner declares that it
"means nothing else but WAR WAR WAR, nor do we
see any other spirit prevailing among the members of the
abolitionized congress." The paper summed up the Presi-
dent's speech as an example of demagoguismm and ranting
cant."
The Confederate Congress confirms the following appoint-
ments for Florida: Jesse J. Finley as District Judge and
McQueen McIntosh as District Judge of Admiralty at Key
West.
March 18 The Confederate Senate unanimously con-
firms Christopher G. Memminger of Charleston as Secretary
of the Treasury. A Florida paper describes him as a man
of "experience, ability, and skill in financial matters."
March 20 A Confederate agent in Washington informs
Secretary Walker that the Pickens Truce is about to be bro-
ken and that reinforcement of the fort "will take place
soon."
March 21 Believing that a military collision at Fort
Pickens is inevitable, Major Coppins of the New Orleans
Zouave Regiment and 500 men are being ordered to Pensa-
cola. Troops from Mississippi are also reported enroute.


March 23 According to a report published in the Texas
State Gazette there is not a single Florida-born representa-
tive in the Confederate Congress. The largest number, 42,
were born in Tennessee, several in the North, 1 from Nova
Scotia, 1 from Ireland, and 4 from Germany.
The Editor of the St. Augustine Examiner warns that ru-
mors that Fort Sumter is to be peacefully surrendered is an
"abolitionist ruse to throw the Authorities at Charleston off
their guard." He says that "those contemptible, long, lean,
hungry looking fellows, with faces indicative of treason,
stratagems, and spoils are not to be trusted."
March 25 The steamer General Rusk is reported at Key
West with 300 men for the fort there and for Fort Jefferson
on Tortugas.
March 28 Morning newspapers in the North and South
publish dispatches revealing General Scott's orders of the
12th to the commander of the Brooklyn relative to the re-
enforcement of Fort Pickens.
President Lincoln entertains his cabinet at dinner and
afterwards confers with them on matters relating to the
defenses of Forts Sumter and Pickens. General Scott advises
the evacuation of the two forts but the retention of Jefferson
on Tortugas and Fort Taylor at Key West. Postmaster Gen-
eral Montgomery Blair vehemently disagrees and charges
Scott with transcending his professional duties and with
"playing politics." Lincoln agrees to postpone a decision
until the next day.
March 29 During the afternoon Lincoln meets with
Montgomery C. Meigs, the West Point engineer in charge of
building the Capitol dome, to plan how Pickens could be
reenforced and held against a Confederate assault. The
administration has decided that the holding of the Gulf
coast at Pensacola is vital to the Union cause.
Lincoln meets with his cabinet at noon to discuss further
the possibilities of war if Union action is taken at Charles-
ton and Pensacola. 3 of the 7 secretaries vote to surrender
Sumter; the vote to hold Pickens is unanimous.
Lincoln issues orders that the Pawnee, Pocohontas, and
Harriet Lane are to be prepared for sea and that they should
be ready to sail by April 6.
The Confederate War Department announces that it now
has on hand enough shot and shell to defend any part of
the South against attack.
March 30 Lt. Adam Slemmer reports from Fort
Pickens that the Confederates have established gun batteries
along the Bay, that soldiers are being drilled in the public
square, and that shot and shell are being manufactured in
the navy yard shops.
March 31 Confederate government officials receive
dispatches notifying them that northern vessels carrying
reinforcements have sailed or are about to sail. There is
some uncertainty whether the ships will head for Charleston,
Key West, Pensacola, or some point along the Texas coast.
The Mohawk arrives at Pensacola, but Captain Adams of
the Brooklyn refuses to honor the orders from General Scott.
He insists that his Navy Department orders forbid him to
land troops unless Fort Pickens is attacked. Such action, he
points out, "would be considered not only a declaration, but
an act of war," and he is unwilling to assume responsibility
unless ordered by his superiors.
The steamer Daniel Webster arrives in New York from
Texas and her captain reports that on March 26 he landed
Companies L and M of the First U. S. Artillery at Fort Jef-
ferson, Tortugas, and Companies T and K of the same
regiment at Fort Taylor, Key West.





APRIL, 1961


FLORIDA A HUNDRED YEARS AGO
FLORIDA CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL COMMISSION


THE WAR BEGINS .


April 1 It is reported that General Braxtc
1,116 officers and men in his command at Pen
tain Hypolite Oladowski, chief of ordnance, is
the emplacing of siege guns in Fort McRea. A
of 8-inch columbiads is in place near the lig
another in the neighborhood of the naval ho
Barrancas, for the first time in its history, is no
manned. General Bragg is convinced that any U
to reoccupy the forts will be thwarted.

Lincoln notifies the Cabinet of his plans to r
defend the Gulf forts, to recall the Navy from
tions, to institute a blockade of Southern ports,
the Island of Key West under martial law.

Colonel Harvey Brown of the 5th U. S. Ar
pointed commander of all Union land forces in
orders to hold Fort Pickens and to insure the sa
Taylor and Jefferson. He is instructed to proce
least possible delay" to Pensacola.

Lt. Col. Erasmus D. Keyes, military secretary
Winfield Scott, is authorized to prepare plans
forcement of Fort Pickens.

Navy Lt. David D. Porter receives confide
from President Lincoln, directing him to take
the steamer Powhatan, or "any other United St
ready for sea," and to proceed with it to Pens
to, "at any cost or risk, prevent any expediti
mainland reaching Fort Pickens or Santa Rosa

April 2 Governor Perry, in a letter to Ca
eus A. McDonell of the Gainesville Minute
that if the men of Florida shall "be compelled
the stern arbitrament, the Sword, then we wil
Banner to the breeze, and imploring the God
defend the right, will meet them hand to hand,
steel."

The Pensacola Gazette reports the arrival today
large contingent of Confederate troops.

April 3 Governor Perry issues a formal
convening of the Florida State Convention at Ta
April 18.

April 4 Officers of the Powhatan who h
shore leave have been recalled and the crew is b
aboard, as the vessel prepares to depart for Pe:

April 5 The First Florida Regiment, consis
500 men, is mustered into Confederate service a
hoochee Arsenal. The Regiment includes 2 con


. Significant Florida Events For April, 1861


on Bragg has Leon, 2 from Alachua, and 1 each from Franklin, Jackson,
sacola. Cap- Madison, Gadsden, Jefferson and Escambia Counties. The
supervising Regiment has elected James Patton Anderson, Jefferson
1-gun battery County Volunteers, as colonel, William K. Beard, Leon Coun-
;hthouse and ty Artillery, lieutenant-colonel, and Thadeus A. McDonell,
spital. Fort Gainesville Minute Men, major. The troops are being or-
w armed and dered to proceed up the Chattahoochee by steamer to Colum-
nion attempt bus, Ga., and then by rail to Pensacola. "The boys think it
is great fun," it is reported, "and almost all believe they will
return from this excursion . in a few days."
enforce and
foreign sta- Joseph Finegan is commissioned brigadier general by the
and to place Confederate War Department and is appointed Commander
of the Military District of Middle and East Florida.

tillery is ap- Carl Schurz urges Lincoln to reinforce Sumter and Pick-
Florida with ens without further delay. He says that Republicans are
fety of Forts disheartened by his indecisive action and warns that the
ed "with the Republican Party could lose the fall elections unless some-
thing is done immediately.

y to General April 6 The Navy Department informs Lincoln that
for the rein- Captain Adams has refused to reinforce Fort Pickens. "Such
a step," he writes Secretary of the Navy Welles, "would be
viewed as a hostile act and would be resisted to the utmost."
ential orders
command of General Braxton Bragg's order of March 18, prohibiting
states steamer the furnishing of supplies, fuel, water, and provisions to any
acola. He is of the U. S. vessels at Pensacola, is again being published by
on from the Florida papers. Supplies captured in transit to U. S. Naval
(Island)." vessels or to Fort Pickens will be confiscated. Col. John H.
Forney, Acting Inspector General, is organizing a harbor
captain Thad- police to enforce this order.
Men, says
to resort to Adjutant General Samuel Cooper warns General Bragg:
1 unfurl our "The Government at Washington has determined to rein-
of battles to force Fort Pickens, and troops are now leaving for that
and steel to purpose."
The Atlantic, with Colonel Harvey Brown and 4 com-
iy of another panies of troops, sails this morning from New York for Key
West. The troops include Barry's Battery (Co. A, 2nd Artil-
lery), Hunt's Co. M, 2nd Artillery, Duane's Company of
Sappers and Miners, Captain Jahns' Co. C and Captain
call for the Clitz's Co. E, 3rd Infantry, and 20 Engineer carpenters
illahassee on under Captain Gray.

The Powhatan quietly leaves its New York dock at 1 p.m.
ave been on A fruitless, last-minute effort is made by Secretary of the
eing ordered Navy Gideon Welles to change the destination of the vessel
nsacola. from Pensacola to Charleston, but Lt. Porter refuses, saying
he will obey only orders received from the President.
ting of about
t the Chatta- Secretary Welles and Lincoln, afraid that news of the
ipanies from Powhatan's sailing will trigger a Confederate attack against






Pickens, order Navy Lt. L. Worden to carry a secret dis-
patch to Captain Adams of the Brooklyn. It directs him to
move his forces onto Santa Rosa Island without delay.
Worden plans to leave Washington by train early tomorrow
morning.

The Editor of the St. Augustine Examiner congratulates
the faculty of the city's schools for the fine job they are
doing in training children to be "useful and intelligent Citi-
zens." The paper mentions the Catholic school, and its
affiliate the Charity School, under the supervision of the
Bishop; Trinity Hall School, taught by the Episcopal Rector,
the Assistant Rector, and a lady instructor; and Miss
Mather's School, presided over by a "Lady who is well quali-
fied to give her scholars a sound English education."

The St. Augustine Opera Troupe, which has performed
twice during the last few days to "crowded houses," is being
acclaimed for "its singing and acting." The Troupe is
leaving this week to perform in Tallahassee and West
Florida.

April 8 Florida receives a second requisition from the
War Department requesting another 1,500 men for the Con-
federate service.

April 9 President Davis calls an emergency Cabinet
meeting to consider the growing Charleston crisis. Secre-
tary of State Toombs points out the risk of war in aggressive
action against Sumter. The others, particularly Judah P.
Benjamin, C. G. Memminger, and Secretary of War Walker,
favor an immediate surrender ultimatum. The problems
relative to the Pensacola area are also discussed.

April 10 President Davis authorizes General Beaure-
gard to demand the surrender of Fort Sumter and to attack
if the ultimatum is rejected.

The Confederate Commissioners leave Washington for
Baltimore where they will board a boat taking them home.
They accuse the Lincoln administration, and particularly
Secretary of State Seward, with gross deception and
duplicity.

As a precautionary measure the War Department is post-
ing sentries on all roads leading into Washington. The
capitol is garrisoned by 500 regulars and 700 militia. Guards
have been placed near the White House, and other govern-
ment buildings are being kept under surveillance. Excite-
ment in Washington is running high.

April 11 Lt. Worden, who arrived in Pensacola by way
of Atlanta last night, receives authorization from General
Bragg to contact Adams. He assures the Confederates that
he is carrying "an oral dispatch of a peaceful nature." Bad
weather delays his crossing the Bay and boarding the
Brooklyn.

The Confederate War Department announces that it is
being deluged with applications from regiments, battalions,
and companies, from all' over the South clamoring for active
service.

Telegraph dispatches from Charleston, by way of Savan-
nah, are hourly arriving in St. Augustine, Tallahassee, and
Pensacola. Floridians are being kept informed of the events
which threaten to erupt any moment into a civil war.


This afternoon three of General Beauregard's aides arrive
at Sumter and demand its immediate surrender. Major
Anderson refuses but admits that he will be forced to capitu-
late in a few days unless supplies arrive. This information
is immediately telegraphed to Montgomery where the Cab-
inet is in emergency session.

April 12 Shortly after midnight Major Anderson is
again contacted and questioned as to when he will surrender
the Fort. He agrees to capitulate by noon, April 15, unless
he receives "controlling instructions . or additional
supplies." Anderson's terms are unsatisfactory, and the or-
der to bombard is given. At 4:30 a. m. a Confederate mortar
shell, the first shot of the Civil War, explodes over Fort
Sumter. A brief pause and then other guns announce that
the war has begun.

The First Florida Regiment arrives in Pensacola. The
Pensacola Guards are added to the Regiment and are desig-
nated company K.

Lt. Worden finally reaches Captain Adams who agrees to
comply with the orders from the Navy Department. Later,
troops under the command of Captain I. Vogdes, and the
marines of the naval squadron, under Lt. John C. Cash, are
disembarked at Fort Pickens. A total of 470 men are moved
into the Fort by midnight.

April 13-Lt. Worden is apprehended in Montgomery
upon order of the Confederate War Department. He is
declared a prisoner of war.

Church bells ring and cannon boom in St. Augustine
when the news of Fort Sumter's surrender reaches the city. In
Tallahassee a victory bonfire is lit. The St. Augustine paper
says that "right nobly have the South Carolinians done their
duty. . We have no words to express our admiration of
this gallant state. . She has covered herself all over
with glory."

Enroute to Pensacola, Union Commander Harvey Brown
stops at Key West and reports that secession flags are still
flying over the courthouse and stores. He instructs Major
William H. French, commanding Fort Taylor, to protect
Federal officers in the discharge of their duties and to sup-
press all signs of insurrection.

The St. Augustine Examiner describes military activity in
the North. "But," the editor writes, "with a third of the
flower and Chivalry of their Army gone from them, and four
fifths of the remainder ready to go, if they be required to
fight their brethren and former Comrades, the Navy in pretty
much the same category, they do not feel very sure of a
successful issue."

Florida papers report plans of the Liverpool and Charles-
ton Steamship Company to establish a direct trade route
between the Confederate States and Europe. All but $50,000
of the $350,000 capital has been subscribed and the first
vessel is expected to leave Charleston for Liverpool by the
middle of July and the second by the first of August.

April 14 The Atlantic reaches Fort Jefferson after an
overnight stop at Key West. After taking aboard heavy guns
and munitions the vessel leaves for Pensacola. Rough gale
weather is expected throughout the voyage.





April 15 Lincoln calls for 75,000 volunteers and indi-
cates that their first assignment will "be to repossess the
forts, places, and property which have been seized from the
Union." He issues a call for a special session of Congress
to convene at noon on July 4th.

April 16 The War Department issues its third troop
requisition. Florida's quota is 2,000; the other 6 states are
being asked to furnish 5,000 men each.

A telegraph dispatch arriving in Tallahassee reveals that
the Governor of North Carolina has seized Federal forts in
that state. Secession enthusiasm is growing in the border
states.

The Atlantic arrives off Santa Rosa Island after dark but
Colonel Brown orders the immediate debarkation of the
troops at Fort Pickens. More than a thousand men now
guard the fort, and the crews of the 4 vessels standing off-
shore total another thousand.

April 17 The Powhatan arrives at Pensacola with
additional men and supplies for Pickens.

Governor-elect John Milton arrives in Tallahassee from
his Marianna plantation to be present when the Florida
Convention opens tomorrow.

General Bragg proclaims martial law in the Pensacola
area and prohibits all intercourse between the mainland and
the Federals. He announces that he now has more than 5,000
men under his command and that another 2,000 are enroute
to Pensacola.

President Davis issues a proclamation, inviting applica-
tions for privateering commissions and letters of marque and
reprisal. Northern newspapers denounce this action; one
calls it "a throwback to barbarism."

April 18 Colonel Brown notifies General Bragg of his
arrival and his determination to "act only on the defensive
. . unless we shall unhappily be compelled to act offen-
sively, repelling aggression against the flag, persons, or
property of our country."

Major Anderson and his men arrive in New York City
and are enthusiastically greeted by the populace. A major-
ity of the Northern papers think the War will be short. The
New York Commercial Advertiser describes the "rebels" as
a "small minority," and the New York Times believes that
"the local commotion" can be quelled "effectually in thirty
days." The Chicago Tribune declares that the West alone
can end the conflict in "2 or 3 months."

Governor Perry returns by train to Tallahassee after a
visit with his family at their plantation near Gainesville.
The Governor reports that he has suffered an attack of neu-
ralgia but that he is now well and will proceed with the
business of the State Convention.

The Florida Convention is called to order at 4 p. m. 45
members answer the roll. The first order of business is the
adoption of the Permanent Constitution of the Confederate
States. It is accepted unanimously.

April 19 Lincoln proclaims a blockade of the ports of
the Confederate States.


A Confederate flotilla of some 25 steam tugs, schooners,
and large launches, filled with soldiers, was seen this morn-
ing approaching the Powhatan and Atlantic, anchored on
the Gulf side of Santa Rosa Island. A shell from the 11-inch
Dahlgren on board the Powhatan forced the expedition back
toward Pensacola. A second shell was fired at a group of
soldiers stationed at the Navy Yard. There is no report of
casualties.

April 20 The steamship Illinois arrives from New York
with additional supplies and two companies of infantry for
Fort Pickens. Colonel Brown expects to have 1,012 officers
and men and provisions to last for approximately 6 months
in Pickens within a few days. Counting the crews aboard
ship, this will give him a force of 3,087 officers and men.
Federal officials say it will now be impossible for the
Confederates to land a force on Santa Rosa Island.

Robert E. Lee resigns from the United States Army and
leaves Washington for Richmond to assume command of the
Virginia forces.

April 23 The New York Evening Post reports a speech
of Secretary of War Walker in which he predicts that "the
flag which now flaunts the breeze here in Montgomery will
float over the dome of the old Capitol in Washington before
the first of May." Most Southerners believe that Southern
troops can occupy the District of Columbia almost at will.

Lt. Col. Edmund Kirby-Smith of St. Augustine leaves
Montgomery for Lynchburg, Va., where he is being sent "to
organize, muster into service, and equip" troops as they
arrive at that place.

April 26 Three slaves were hanged today in Jackson-
ville for the murder of Richard Plumer of Mandarin. Four
others were found guilty and have been sentenced to be
whipped. One will receive 160 lashes, two 100 lashes each,
and the other 50 lashes.

Colonel George T. Ward has been elected a delegate to the
Confederate Congress by the Florida Convention. He fills
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Colonel James
P. Anderson of the First Florida Regiment.

April 27 Before adjourning this afternoon the Florida
Convention issues a proclamation recognizing that "a con-
flict of arms" exists between the United States and the Con-
federate States. It is hereafter unlawful for any Florida
citizen to hold any office of the U. S. Government and it is
seditious for any person to attempt, "by speech or writing,
. . to stir up a rebellion" against Florida or the Confed-
erate government. Moreover, anyone who, after January 10,
"shall assist or have assisted the U. S. Government" shall be
subject to fine or imprisonment and his property shall be
liable for confiscation.

The St. Augustine Examiner says of President Davis' proc-
lamation on letters of marque: "This action will meet the
approval of every true friend of the Confederation who is
determined to resist by every lawful means and to the last
extremity the aggressions of our fanatical, arrogant and
unscrupulous assailants."

Lincoln extends the blockade against North Carolina and
Virginia.




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