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Pensacola (Fla.)--Slavery

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Innerarity-Hulse Papers

 Collection — M1966-01
Identifier: M1966-01-##415
Abstract Family correspondence and business papers, 1799-1915, relating to John Innerarity, of Pensacola, attorney for the firm of Panton, Leslie and Forbes; and Dr. Issac Hulse, Chief Surgeon, West Indies Squadron, U. S. Navy.
Dates: Created: 1793-1915; Other: Date acquired: 06/26/1966

Slaves or Slavery in Pensacola Newspapers, 1821-1863

 Collection — WF807
Identifier: WF807-##g6t
Abstract Handwritten notes of references to slavery, slaves, slave auctions, runaway slaves, Jonathan Walker, crimes committed by or legal and court proceedings involving blacks, with names of paper, date, page number, and brief description. Primarily covers the Pensacola Gazette (1821-1858), the Pensacola Florida Democrat (1846-1851), West Florida Times (1857), Pensacola Weekly Observer (1861) and the Santa Rosa News-boy (1863). Compiled by Brian R. Rucker, 2008. Users are cautioned that Dr....
Dates: Created: 1821 - 1863; Other: Date acquired: 09/00/2014

Yonge Family Papers

 Collection — M1966-04
Identifier: M1966-04-##of3
Abstract Correspondence, legal papers and business records, 1781‑1934.  With files of the Pensacola Land Company, established in 1835, legal drafts and notes of Chandler Cox Yonge (1818‑1889), and correspondence of his son, Philip Keyes Yonge (1850‑1934), prominent lawyer, educator and businessman.  The emphasis of the collection is on land speculation in Territorial Florida, and contains numerous maps and legal papers pertaining to land titles in East and West Florida.
Dates: Created: 1781-1934; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1966