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Innerarity-Hulse Papers II

 Collection — Container: M1966-03
Identifier: M1966-03-##mkc

Scope and Contents

Includes letters of James Innerarity (d. 1847), at Mobile, to his brother, John, in Pensacola, 1812-1842; manuscript journal, 1805, of a council with representatives of the Chickasaw Indinas; diary of a visit to the lower Creeks, 1814-1815; correspondence relating to slaves owned by the company, 1811-1854; papers relating to the Live Oak Reservation, lumbering activities near Perdido Bay, the Mexican War, land speculation in Arkansas, and Gulf Coast railroads; and family correspondence, 1818-1859. Correspondents include Baron Carondelet, Colin Mitchel, Joseph M. White, Samuel L. Southard, Alexander J. Dallas, Walker Anderson, A. P. Upshur, Abel Huntington, Admiral J. H. Clack, Col. Henry J. Wilson, and John T. Newton. With deposition of Thomas Forbes, 1800, in the case of The Schooner Shark vs. Wilson, Bahamas Court of Vice Admirality; and genealogical notes relating to the Villers, Cruzat, Hulse and Taylor families.


  • created: 1780-1906
  • Other: Date acquired: 09/26/1966

Conditions Governing Access

Open to researchers, dependent on our compliance with U.S. Copyright Law, HIPPA requirements, donor agreements and other applicable state and federal statutes. Occasionally we may need to review a collection before permitting immediate access.

Conditions Governing Use

Digital photography, scanning, and photocopying of materials is prohibited. Permission may be granted by the University Archivist for such reprography dependent on issues of copyright, ownership, condition, donor agreements, etc. In general, staff do not make reproductions of copyright materials or materials for which title is not owned by the institution. Recent revisions in the U.S. Copyright Law extended the copyright of correspondence, letters, and other personal papers to the life of the author plus seventy years.


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Language of Materials



18th and 19th century documents and correspondence relating to the Innerarity and Hulse families. The papers of brothers John and James Innerarity relate primarily to affairs of the Panton, Leslie company of Pensacola. Other documents of the 1820s and 1830s touch upon the career of Dr. Issac Hulse, Chief Medical Officer for the U.S. Navy West Indies Squadron, based in Pensacola.

NOTE: See Inventory 66-1 (original Innerarity–Hulse collection)

Arrangement Note


Innerarity-Hulse Papers II
Stephanie Johnson
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Repository Details

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