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Battle in Florida at Natural Bridge American Civil War __ "Major General John Newton had undertaken a joint force expedition to engage and destroy Confederate troops that had attacked at Cedar Keys and Fort Myers..."  Brief summary and a few statistics. - From -

Category:Florida in the American Civil War __ Index of articles related to Florida in the Civil War found in Wikipedia - From wikipedia -

Civil War and the End of Slavery in West Florida __ "Provides a summary of the Preliminary Proclamation and the Emancipation Proclamation as well as Civil War information and several Florida maps about slavery." - From West Florida Land And History - 

Civil War Florida -- THE source for information on Florida's Civil ... __ Jam-packed with click-to-read articles and links to more resources within the site and without. - illustrated - From -

Civil War Wakulla County FL __ General information and partial roster of Wakulla veterans. - From -


FL Civil War Units __ List of units and rosters of each. - From - 

Florida in the American Civil War __ An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - From wikipedia -

Florida Battle at Fort Brooke American Civil War __ "Two Union ships bombarded Fort Brooke on October 16 as a diversion, while a landing party under Acting Master T.R. Harris disembarked at Ballast Point and marched 14 miles to the Hillsborough River to capture several steamers."  Brief summary and a few statistics. - From -

Florida Civil War from __ Articles and other information about Civil War sites in Olustee, Pensacola, Tallahassee and Key West. - illustrated - From -    

Florida Civil War Map of Battles __ You will find click-to-read histories, locations of battles, flags and more. - illustrated - From - 

Florida in the Civil War __ Collection of documents, articles, timeline, teacher resources and much more. - illustrated - From -

Florida in the Civil War @ Florida OCHP ___There are 21 pages in this history, beginning with an introduction and ending with a useful bibliography. In between you'll find such interesting topics as Florida's secession, its Confederate soldiers, the state's importance to the Confederate economy and medicine and surgery. - Illustrated - From the State of Florida - 

Florida In The Civil War Introduction ___"Col. J. J. Dickison, a major-general commanding the United Confederate Veterans of Florida, was the author of the Civil War history of that State." Thus far, the page links to three chapters of his book. Topics include Florida's secession, federal strength in Florida and regimental organization. - 1 photo - From Shotgun's Home of the American Civil War -


Florida Seceded! ___Three compact pages of information about the Civil War in Florida. - Illustrated - From the Library of Congress - 

Florida's Role in the Civil War: 'Supplier of the Confederacy' ___"When Florida became a state, it was considered a slave state. This was an important factor in Florida's part in the Civil War." You'll find some interesting information about Florida's important role in the Civil War. - Illustrated - From the College of Education, University of South Florida -

A Guide to Civil War Records at the State Archives of Florida __ "The purpose of this guide is to identify and describe the state, federal, and private records pertaining to Florida’s Civil War era (1860-1865) housed at the State Archives of Florida."  Click-to-read articles and links to other resources. - From -


History of the Civil War ___Images and histories of three Florida flags from the Civil War years. - Illustrated - From the Florida Reenactors Website -

Special Cavalry, also called The Cow Cavalry __ "Protection of Florida cattle herds from the roving bands of deserters and Union sympathizers..."  Now you get the idea.  They had many other duties as well. - From Kyle S. VanLandingham and David M. Bamford -

The War for Southern Independence » The Civil War in Florida ... __ A Florida Civil War soldiers index. - From - 


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