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Seminole Indian War Fort and Camp Locations - from Florida Survey Records By Stewart Dunaway
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This book contains survey plats (1800s) from the State of Florida - which contain Forts, Battle Sites, and Camps - pertaining to the Seminole Indian wars. In addition, the author uses modern maps to... More > illustrate the locations "today" using the actual survey plat information. Lastly, a layered view (modern map and survey plat) is provided. Any additional historical information of the fort is included for reference. A survey plat is included for every Section (6-miles x 6-miles or 36 sq miles). This author published Land Grant Atlases to document the grantees (people obtaining land grants), and during that process noted the numerous Seminole Indian war forts and Indian villages. Therefore, this book contains ALL and ONLY Indian related information (see Fl. Land Grant Atlas V1-V6 for grant/grantee information and history).< Less
Edgecombe County, N.C. - Miscellaneous Land Records (1743-1913) By Stewart Dunaway
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Edgecombe County was formed during a transitional time when Earl Granville was moving forward with his allocation of his 1/8 part of the “Carolinas.” Formed in 1741, from Bertie Co., it... More > became the “western frontier.” Before that time, the western boundary of the state was Bertie to the north (running along VA line), Craven in the central part, and Bladen in the south running along SC line. Then in 1746, Granville Co. was formed out of the western part of Edgecombe. The county was continually reduced in size, beginning with the formation of Halifax (1758), Nash (1777), and Wilson (along with other counties) in 1855. It is rare, but before Orange Co., was formed, grants and other land transactions appear in Edgecombe – until Granville Co. was formed. Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This collection is placed in alphabetical order and not date order. This county has only one box (typically most county collections are contained in two boxes).< Less
Person County, N.C. Miscellaneous Land Records - Vol. 1 - (1775-1940) By Stewart Dunaway
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Person County was formed in 1791, from the eastern part of Caswell County. Orange County when it was formed in 1752, was a massive territory. The northern extent runs from the Virginia line south to... More > Granville line (south Chatham Co. today). The northern part was cut off to form Caswell County in 1777. The county seat was Leasburg. The east-west size of Caswell was so large the county was basically divided in half. Person and Caswell County remain in their same boundary-size ever since. Miscellaneous land records are a “catch all” of land disputes, agreements, surveys, etc. This collection is actually placed in alphabetical order and not date order. This county has two boxes, the first covers A to E, and the second box E-S.< Less
Claude J. Sauthier - and his maps of North Carolina By Stewart Dunaway
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This COLOR book provide interpretive details about Claude Sauthier’s ten town maps. Hillsborough, Brunswick, New Bern, Bath, Edenton, Halifax, Wilmington, Salisbury, Cross Creek (Fayetteville),... More > and Beaufort were drawn between the years of 1768 to 1770. Although Sauthier did provide a key for some of the details in each town, many smaller detailed items were never defined. This book attempts to interpret these items. Also included in this book are numerous tables (data mining) defining quantity of houses, outbuildings etc, as well as many detailed drawings defining house sizes, lot size etc., using Sauthier’s own scale. Using original color images of these maps, the reader will enjoy delving into the details.< Less