Fort Pickens (Fla.)
Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — M2005-04
Scope and Contents Papers, 1921-1955, of Theron Dale Fillingim (T. D. Fillingim), Pensacola, Florida, primarily consisting of his research notes, drafts, correspondence, writings, and publications produced for the Jacksonville Office of the Federal Writers Project in Florida. Subjects include histories and genealogies of Pensacola families, businesses, and city officials, from 1820s through 1930s.
Dates: Created: 1921-1955; Other: Date acquired: 10/00/2005
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##p0vp2s
Dates: Digitized: Undated (1960 ?)
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##36onqc
Dates: Digitized: 2002 March
Collection — M1983-14SC
Scope and Contents Photocopies of research materials concerning Conecuh County, Alabama, 1814-1877, including letters (1844-1860) of James Jones about life in Conecuh, the 1860 Presidential election, cotton business, and activities in Pensacola. Other materials cover the Battle of Horseshoe Bend and Fort Jackson (1814), Fort Pickens (1861), a biography of Dr. George Columbus Reynolds, and a history of the Perote area, Pike County, Alabama.
Dates: Created: 1814-1877; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1983
Collection — WF 641
Identifier: WF 641
Scope and Contents Manuscript letter, April 1, 1861, written aboard the U.S.S. Brooklyn, off Santa Rosa Island (Fort Pickens) noting the Brooklyn's return from Key West, and placement of troops on the U.S.S. Sabine.
Dates: Created: 1861; Other: Date acquired: 04/07/2005
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##5ho0cm
Dates: Digitized: December 17, 2014