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    • Sandspur, Vol. 01 No. 02, March 18, 1895

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Newspapers.; Student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Winter Park -- Newspapers.
    • Rollins College student newspaper, written by the students and published at Rollins College. The Sandspur started as a literary journal.
    • Tomokan, 1917.

    • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) -- Students -- Yearbooks.;
      College students' writings, American -- Florida -- Winter Park.
    • Rollins College student yearbook, The Tomokan, 1917.
    • The History of the town of Apopka.

    • Apopka (Fla.) -- History.; Indians of North America -- Florida -- Apopka.; Indians of North America -- Illustrations.; Apopka (Fla.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Photographs.; Black-and-white photography -- Florida -- Apopka -- Photographs.
    • History of the town of Apopka (Fla.) written by Ralph G. Grassfield, with focus on Seminole Indians, industry, the Civil War, Kelly Park, and Rock Springs.
    • Document relating to Bill S.160.

    • Florida -- History.; Indians of North America -- Florida.; Land settlement -- Florida.
    • Document pertaing to the occupation of land in Florida by Indians, and the use of soldiers to keep settlers safe from attack. Bill was from issued from the 25th Congress, 3rd Session.
    • No. 4: Florida.

    • Florida -- History -- 1821-1865 -- Maps.; Florida -- Maps.; Florida -- Districts -- Maps.; Land grants -- Florida -- Maps.; Forbes Purchase, Fla.-- 1804-1835 -- Maps.; Florida -- Historical geogprahy -- Maps.
    • W.J. Stone's 1840 map of Florida showing the West and East territorial districts of Florida. Map denotes Arredondo Grant and Forbes Purchase, along with the Indian boundary line. Indians were allowed to live south of the boundary line, within...
    • Joseph M. Hernandez.

    • Petitions -- Florida.; Florida -- History -- 1821-1865.; Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842.; War -- Economic aspects -- Florida.
    • Report of a petiton for Joseph M. Hernandez to receive compensation for property loss due to the Seminole indians. He contends that the Seminoles destroyed two buildings on his plantation, along with crops. The petition was brought for during the...

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