West Florida regional papers, [177-]-[198-].


United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. West Florida regional papers, [177-]-[198-].

West Florida regional papers, [177-]-[198-].

Publications, photocopies, correspondence, and related materials, with reports of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers pertaining to the Apalachicola River system; publications of the Northwest Florida Development Council; copies of British West Florida manuscripts pertaining to land grants, estate appraisals, and troops (1772-1780); records of Live Oak lands; West Florida railroad valuation reports and Interstate Commerce Commission finance dockets (1920-1941); large holding of research materials relating to the proposed annexation of West Florida to the State of Alabama (1842-1874); and copies of letters of Alexander McGillivray and Andrew Pickens.

3 microfilm reels.

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