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1 Griffin, John W. and Hale G. Smith. The Goodnow Mound: Highlands County, Florida Containing a Report on the Skipper Site, Highlands County
Tallahassee Florida Board of Forestry and Parks 1948 Wraps Very Good+ Archaeology Size: Approx. 6 " x 9" Plates 
Contributions to the Archaeology of Florida -- Number One. 35 pp, b/w plates. Brown stiff paper covers with some soiling, wear to edges and corners. Interior clean. Document is VG+. 
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2 House of Representatives CLAIMS OF CITIZENS OF FLORIDA
Washington Gales & Seaton 1829 Paperbound Good+ Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
20th Congress, 2d Session, Rep. No. 99, House of Representatives. Read and referred to the Committee of the Whole House to which is committed the bill (H.R. No 385) for the relief of inhabitants of the Territory of Florida. February 26, 1829. "Mr. Everett, from the Committee of Foreign Affairs, to which was referred of claims of citizens of Florida, for losses sustained by the operations of the American Army in 1812, 1813, and 1814, made the following report..." 34 pp. Disbound government document. Front page lower corner torn and removed, page edges are chipped, last page bottom corner also torn. Some pages are starting to separate from spine, but document remains intact. Document heavily foxed and browning, but text is still legible. Overall in Good+ condition. 
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3 House of Representatives LETTER FROM THE ACTING SECRETARY OF WAR, TRANSMITTING, WITH A COPY OF A REPORT, A LETTER FROM THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS RELATING TO THE OBSTRUCTION OF NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE SOUTH BY THE WATER HYACINTH
Washington Government Printing Office 1898 Paperbound Very Good U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Plates, Fold Out Maps 
Water Hyacinth Obstructions. 55th Congress, 3d Session, House of Representatives, Document No. 91. December 17, 1898.--Referred to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors and ordered to be printed. 11 pp. Two b/w plates. Two foldout maps of St. John's River. Residue from book remains along spine. Edges lightly creased. Document in VG condition. 
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4 House of Representatives LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF WAR, TRANSMITTING THE CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE WAR DEPARTMENT AND THE COMMANDING OFFICER IN FLORIDA, SINCE THE 1ST OF JANUARY LAST
Washington Government Printing Office 1842 Paperbound Good+ Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Chart 
Correspondence -- Secretary of War and Commanding Officer in Florida. 27th Congress, 2d Session, House of Representatives, Doc. No. 262. Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, July 7, 1842. 46 pp. Large foldout chart of expenditures. Disbound government document. Residue from book remains along spine. Browning and foxing throughout pages, but text is easily legible. Document in Good+ condition. 
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5 House of Representatives MARY WILLIAMS, WIDOW OF JAMES WILLIAMS
Washington Government Printing Office 1860 Paperbound Very Good Florida Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 
36th Congress, 1st Session. House of Representatives.Rep. C.C. No. 231. Court of Claims presenting documents of the case of MARY WILLIAMS, WIDOW OF JAMES WILLIAMS vs. THE UNITED STATES. In 1830 her husband "invested a large sum of money for her in the valuable sugar estate...Harford Plantation, at the head of the Mantanzas river, in St. John's county, Florida and about twenty-five miles from St. Augustine". Speaks of the operation of the plantation, "undisturbed by the Indians". Then U.S. Government "determined" to displace the Indians to west of the Mississippi river. A military force was sent in which led to war with the Indians. The plantation was taken over by the U.S. Government and became a military post. Speaks of the Battle of Dunlawton. Includes Action of Congress on this claim, Claimant's brief, and Solicitor's brief. Samuel H. Huntington was the Chief Clerk of the Court of Claims.16 pp. Disbound but attached. Very Good condition. 
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6 House of Representatives TREATY OF SAN LORENZO EL REAL 1829
Gales & Seaton 1829 Wraps Very Good American History Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 8 1/2" 
Letter from The Secretary of State Transmitting Copies of certain letters of Andrew Ellicot, Commissioner &c. relating to the head or source of St. Mary's River. 20th Congress. 2nd Session. House of Representatives. Executive. Doc. No. 96. "The Secretary of State...to communicate to the House the following letters of Andrew Ellicot, The Commissioner of the United States for carrying into effect the treaty of San Lorenzo el Real of the 27th of October, 1795 between His Catholic Majesty and the United States: a letter to the Secretary of State, and the papers included...together with other portion of his journal...as relates to the ascertainment of the head or source of the St. Mary's river..." Ellicot's Letter,dated Appalachy, October 9, 1799 from his camp near the mouth of Flint river: "Sir: It is with the most sensible mortification I have ever yet experienced, that I have to inform you of the failure, in part, of our business, owing to the hostile disposition of the Indians...The morning after the arrival of Colonel Hawkins at Pensacola, we waited upon Governor Folch, who in a very short time informed us that he had to give audience to two Seminole Indians..." Tells of the hostility of the Indians, among them, Mad Dog Chief. 18 pp. Correspondence from three Secretary of State in document: Timothy Pickering; John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay. Document enclosed in gray stiff wraps. Brownish tone to paper. Mildly foxed mainly around borders. Text very legible. Document is Very Good. Other famous Americans in document: Benjamin Hawkins (1754-1816), usually known as Colonel Hawkins, was an American farmer, statesman, and Indian agent from North Carolina. In 1796, Washington appointed Benjamin Hawkins as General Superintendent of Indian Affairs dealing with all tribes south of the Ohio River. He personally assumed the role of principal agent to the Creek tribe. He moved to the area that is now Crawford County in Georgia. William Augustus Bowles (1763-1805), was a Maryland-born English adventurer and organizer of Native American attempts to create their own state outside of Euro-American control. 
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7 Piper, Charles V. And S. M. Tracy THE FLORIDA VELVET BEAN AND RELATED PLANTS
Washington Government Printing Office 1910 Paper Cover Very Good Agriculture Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/4" Plates 
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Plant Industry Bulletin No. 179. Issued May 19, 1910. "This paper points out an interesting example of the confusion that exists in the botany of the cultivated plants, which has in this particular case brought about the neglect of a number of valuable sorts related to the Florida velvet bean." 26 pages with index. Seven b/w plates. Light wear to cover edges, creasing to spine edge. Ex. museum stamp and identification numbers on front cover, stamp also on front free endpaper. Interior tight and clean. Document in VG condition. 
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8 Schroeder, William C. FISHERIES OF KEY WEST AND THE CLAM INDUSTRY OF SOUTHERN FLORIDA
Washington Government Printing Office 1924 Wraps Very Good- Fisheries Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/4" Figures, Tables 
Bureau of Fisheries Document No. 962. Appendix XII to the Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for 1923. 74 pp. Paper wraps with chipped edges, white spots, and tears to spine edges. Missing corner to lower front corner edge. One inch piece of scotch tape fixing tear to lower back cover corner. Some chipping to interior page edges. Editor mark on Figure 8/9 marking the correction. Interior is clean. Document in VG- condition. 
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9 Senate THE COMMITTEE ON NAVAL AFFAIRS, TO WHOM WAS REFERRED THE RESOLUTION OF INQUIRY AS TO THE EXPEDIENCY AND PROPRIETY OF ESTABLISHING A NAVAL DEPOT AT KEY WEST, HAVE HAD THE SAME UNDER CONSIDERATION, AND THEREUPON SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING REPORT:...
Washington Government Printing Office 1852 Paperbound Very Good U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
In the Senate of the United States. 32d Congress, 1st Session, Senate, Rep. Com. No. 99. February 28, 1852. Ordered to be printed. "Mr. Mallory made the following report: [To accompany bill S. No. 256.]..." 3 pp. Disbound government document. Some chipping and small holes to spine edge. Light browning to page edges. Document in VG condition. 
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10 Smith, Hale G. TWO HISTORICAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL PERIODS IN FLORIDA
American Antiquity 1948 Wraps Good Archaeology Size: Approx. 7 1/4" x 10" Plate 
Reprinted from: "American Antiquity" Volume 13, No. 4, April, 1948. One plate. ex-mus. stamp on front cover. Front cover mildly soiled, has crease marks as if folded in thirds, otherwise covers are Good. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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11 Taylor, Harden F. MORTALITY OF FISHES ON THE WEST COAST OF FLORIDA
Washington Government Printing Office 1917 Wraps Good+ Ichthyology Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Plates, Map, Photographs, Tables 
Appendix III to the Report of the U.S. Commissioner of Fisheries for 1917. Bureau of Fisheries Document No. 848 "...in the past 75 years reports have come from the west coat of Florida of "poison water," which killed fishes in large numbers..." 24 pp. 4 plates (one is a map where the mortality occurred), photographs and table with "species affected". Mildly soiled paper covers. ex.mus. stamp on front cover. Overall covers are Good +. Contents page with ex.mus. stamp and numbers. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. Harden F. Taylor was a Scientific Assistant, Bureau of Fisheries at the time of this writing. 
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12 Zon, Raphael and John M. Briscoe EUCALYPTS IN FLORIDA
Washington Government Printing Office 1911 Paper Cover Very Good Agriculture Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 1/4" Plates, Figures 
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Bulletin 87. "The successful growing of eucalypts in southern California has raised the question whether these trees can be grown in other portions of the southern United States where climatic conditions may be favorable. Next to southern California, Florida promises most for the growing of this genus." 47 pp. Five b/w plates. Paper wraps with browning along edges. Ex. museum stamp and identification numbers on top of front cover. Stamp on front free endpaper and title page. Interior is tight and clean. Pamphlet in VG condition. 
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