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Journals of John and William Bartram

'Diary of a Journal through the Carolinas, Georgia, and Florida from Tuly 1, 1765
to April 10, 1766 John Bartram

Travels in Georgia and Florida, 1773-1774
A report to Dr. John Fothergill William Bartram

Texts digitized from the Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, new
series, v.33, pt. 1, 1942-44 with permission of the American Philosophical
Society. Please note: In both texts, numbers in brackets refer to additional
commentary by Francis Harper in the original edition published by APS.


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MARY OF A JouRNEY -ruimor;ii mTv CiR' LIrNAS, C. ORGIA, AND FLwIZIiA
Fiw(li JULY 1, 1765, To APRIL 10, 1766

JOWN BARTRAM


July y4 first 1t765
Set out from Ph'liladelphia at four A clock P. M.
.Jiwhcorcd against y m l M011I111Of (lqrlqll' m111OLLI I reCrt-k]
somn alter which ye windl, sprang tup at ru#rth no e[.]
Ijulyl 211.1 set iil -jg.inst y)4 tidt' & byN day'liight
MS4115 .v Irt-11j 1114k &ij 1A by n W1 Ik~if i high Im8
W'i]IT1IiTltA01 & Newi Castle by nine where two man of
Airlay- it was S fatlit ni watrr at 5- liHend belowt rx' iew
C~iesl v then turning emI .airivui-i al retdy i-4.-Ldlnl by
12 A clock[.1 slNla.d an hour to take in A ISlUTl~gur
thvi i1 milv'd Icimu r down ilet-a Ilnarulm Io 11uik yore V
captain & severmI otht.ers went to shorv to bring A Nxtrdi
live stock: etit sail at five with A int, lwccs at 'North
July 3"[.J Wrlit dy captut clur
day. A struorg lrLes at No. by %v(!qt & very cool. I
hieg;mri to I[ exirearn sick & hea d very dizltby thrtv
mileC froml sore 7 faft h4fin, rall 4 or 5 knotst.] s&w
A Whal' SIMOut( twice but could not brear lookieinf up on
'k'k .] v windic sh-U-44l loW'ird night buth soonul'-n
kip again at north which huld till morning then slacked:,
[July 4.1 ;it il~mm in 361 degrucs: A brisk lirees
slr u1ing u[) 14-mm-d suin set E. S. EL. so cohi forced to
weair mygreal coaton deck[i very black clouds arose

51h.1 Cool mornituiv strora -No bres increasinizI.i


A fiiit- ride Lu Wltitiv of h is q uart ers w here Ike *kV A 01 Inie
his Indigo fields & Corn v- last of which was planted
in rows 10 foopt (listamtc' & y* intligo pkintei1 in drills
IR:1%etn thlcn(.I it was 3 fooL high & was sunic of it
just ready to cutlf1 yI lowest pods lwiinning to hIairden
&- yo uppeir liranclit,- in blot.micuI 1L' Crxjh mic1tid LuCut
it twice moru if Y' mLiCcuding SCasoln proveId a-- gon.-i as
r first wlihih was good by reason of y* pluri i-f till -prirg
rains. y corn was good nr twitIistiridipi, y" indigo
inuwed niot onely rank on ye wic1jarnit ground hFit
lirlity v 114 to y* Corrijl] we theni rode VtrIIli aiI
OLLd field of worn out rice ground in which I foIund A
fine pa-trcel of L-pottv-:l HiMl -O whse ptals growled half
uprig h t 04k ,i r iti ri I back .-NIlter wh ich we vtnw i ii to r
house. of A gOxliinaturcd (GentlerTn-n one Mr blake
whereuponi H~dro Alre ';i we foun~rd A kind]
oif A Giiiigeal"I limestone in rietatched masse-Xvs in which
' ) d impre-shiUnIs of s:'a.t slicIS 5rii P;irts Of which
wiu" I i I ig(d wil I i y cnlcir of i ron. herv I saw A I rem-i of
ye cork okak ten foot high & $ iichcis diameCtr cloathied
with A thini coiNL of cork. lire grflw(C pretty gcm-ml
aLpp lies & p~irs: I wvu' pkvisu I in ohkrving y" goopi
contrifvalrNm of y* first setlers who dird not kii-ow that
riti WMld gnrow in mich iA d[il Iif w(ofval cr as thny now
find it %,6l11 do ivet findine it did 1,esL with more, water




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D-lIARY OF A.* JOURNEY THIROU(G)U(i TEI- CrlR ('AROII NASI GEORGIA AND FLA)OR iDA
Fxom, Juii 1? 1765, -ro APRIL 10, 1766

JOHN BARTRAM


July y first 17(, 5
Set out from Philad-lplhi at four A clock P. MI.
.iirchlorcld against y* molth 1f Cl'tini moLIth [ = Ci.ek]
soon after which y* wind sprang up at north n" e[.]
IJulyl 2'[.] .t4 sail against y) tide & bi daylight
iuS~Ml! Ily \iar'lhus Hick & by sMun anl hour iilgh I S
WilhlniTntoT1 & New Castle by nine where two man of
Ar lay: it wa 5 fallm iwatr'r at y' Txid Ktw'I new
(';a;le then turning east arilvei at reedy island by
12 A cl>ck[.] slayird an 1hour to Itke in a pJIs'ngTer
then snilvdc lower down near anrlwx, hook wht-lir y"
captain & several others went to shore to bring A Iln.rdl
live stock: set s6.iil at five with A fine lire-s at North
which held all niiight: July 31l.] turned y" cape before
day. A strong brees at No. by west & very cool. I
IK';g.n tIl, b exv'ram sick & h.ea very ,lizey: three
mile from .hore 7 fathoms, ran 4 or 5 knots[.] saw
A Whale spout t ice but could not lbar lookeingf up on
it.c-l.] y" wind slacketi toward nitihil h Io)ll oI spraig
up again at north which held till morning then slack ed:
Uuly 4.1 at uuion ii 64 (grvei'': A brisk lirets
sipr.nr up toward sun set E. S E. so cokl for.ed to
wear my great coat on deck[.] very black clouds arose
as y' west & sn, r.uinti litlh iin ighI.I Jluly]
SVd[.1 Cool mornii sitrulg No brtes increasing[.]


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with A. thin c'lmt of cork
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Entries from John Bartram's Journal
January 24-25, 1766 description of Johnson's Springs [now Salt
Springs Run] and the discovery of Illicium periflorum
Salt Springs and Salt Springs Run
Salt Springs in "The Springs of Florida, by Jack C. Rosenau, Glen L.
Faulkner, Charles W. Hendry, Jr., and Robert W. Hull (Florida
Geological Survey Bulletin 31, rev. 1977)
Salt Springs description in Ocala National Forest and Environs part of
Springs Fever A Field and Recreation Guide to Florida Springs, by
Joe Follman & Richard Buchanan (Web site under construction)
Maps
Section of Salt Springs quadrangle (topographic map 1:100:000)
Aerial photograph from 19 (Marion county, CZA-2C-44)
Florida from B. Romans' "A General Map of the Southern British
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John Bartram's Diary [1766]
[January] 24th.

Moderate clear morning; rowed early by a bank of pine-land for several miles
and some cypress-swamps, then came to a large creek called Johnson's Spring,
the west end of the lake about 80 yards near broad, but after it widens to about
200; the pine-land comes pretty close to its banks, then a narrow low marsh
interposes, and, after we rowed higher up we saw narrow cypress-swamps,
loblolly-bays, and some few oak hammocks; the creek abounds with fish, many
stengrays near its mouth; it is supposed to run 7 miles from its head to the lake,
where the bar is about 18 inches deep, but the creek is 3, 4, and 5 foot up to the
spring, which is nearly level with the lake, and full of grass and weeds at the
bottom, many of which reach to the top of the water, and are a great obstruction
to boats in going up, without they keep directly in the channel; on the north
side towards its head a large marsh brancheth out; we came at last to where the
cat-tails and bull-rushes grew so thick, that we could not force the battle
through them, though it was 100 yards broad, and 3 or 4 foot deep, so clear that
we could see the muscle-shells on its shelly bottom in patches 3 or 4 foot
diameter between the great patches of grass and weeds; we landed to search the
head springs, and passed through an orange-grove and an old field of the





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Salt Springs Run

Entries from John Bartram's Journal
January 24-25, 1766 description of Johnson's Springs [now Salt
Springs Run] and the discovery of Illicium periflorum
Salt Springs and Salt Springs Run
Salt Springs in "The Springs of Florida, by Jack C. Rosenau, Glen L.
Faulkner, Charles W. Hendry, Jr., and Robert W. Hull (Florida
Geological Survey Bulletin 31, rev. 1977)
Salt Springs description in Ocala National Forest and Environs part of
Springs Fever A Field and Recreation Guide to Florida Springs, by
Joe Follman & Richard Buchanan (Web site under construction)
Maps
Section of Salt Springs quadrangle (topographic map 1:100:000)
Aerial photograph from 19 (Marion county, CZA-2C-44)
Florida from B. Romans' "A General Map of the Southern British
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Eartram's reference


References


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