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Florida Land Grant Atlas - Volume 11 - North Gulf Coast By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains B&W images of the original surveys for the state of Florida – focusing on the north-western part of Florida. This area is from Chiefland to the Gulf Coast and then... More > north-west to around Ft. White. Also this book contains modern maps showing the individual Range survey. IN addition, I have overlaid the old survey and the new modern map to assist researchers in locating some owners land. Some towns are Ft. White, LaCrosse, Brooker, Alachua, Newnansville, Cross City, Gainesville, Old Town, Manatee Springs, and Chiefland.< Less
Florida Land Grant Atlas - Volume 13 - North Florida (FL-GA Border) By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains B&W images of the original surveys for the state of Florida – focusing on the north central area of the state, moving west of the Jacksonville area from V12. This... More > includes most of Columbia and Suwannee Counties, all of Baker County, parts of Union, Bradford, Gilchrist and Alachua. Towns covered are White Springs, Macclany, Ft. White, and Lake City. Also includes Ichetucknee Springs, Ellicotts mound, Blount and Cason Ferry and Ft. Moniac. A few key genealogies – Osteen, Williams, Weeks. This is a key volume for those in early Columbia County.< Less
Fort Harllee By James M. Gray
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Fort Harllee was established and constructed at latitude 79 deg. 50 min., longitude 81 deg. 40 min., on March 18, 1835 under the direction of Major William W. Harl1ee of the South Carolina... More > Volunteers, serving in Florida. He had visited the site the previous year and had erected picket walls with two substantial blockhouses, one on each diagonal comer. When it was built it was therefore named in his honor. He also served as its first commander. Fort Harllee was built primarily for the protection of early settlers in the area from marauding Seminoles and situated between Garey's Ferry at Middleburg and Newnansville, which would later become Alachua's first county seat. It was located on the north bank of the Santa Fe River at a point where the Black Creek to Newnansville Road crossed the river; just south of Hampton's Lake. When an alarm was given of impending Indian attack, settlers would all gather in and around the fort for protection.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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