Observations Upon the Floridas
E. Bliss & E. White, 1823 - 197 Seiten
"One of the first detailed accounts of Florida published in the United States after the acquisition of the territory from Spain the preceding year. Vignoles made several extensive trips in Florida, and describes the geography, climate, soil, Indian tribes, and British and Spanish settlements and activities. Also included is a printing of the Adams-Onis Treaty by which the Floridas were sold to the United States. Vignoles produced a map of Florida as well, but it was sold separately from the book, and does not normally appear with it. It is not present in this copy."--William Reese Co.
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