|Other titles||Description of the Spanish Floridas, 1804.|
|Statement||edited and introd. by William S. Coker ; translated by Vicki D. Butt ... [et al.] ; maps by Jerome F. Coling ; index by Polly Coker.|
|Contributions||Coker, William S.|
|LC Classifications||F314 .F6513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|ISBN 10||0933776020, 0093776039|
|LC Control Number||79012264|
John Forbes’s most popular book is Riverine Force: The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War. Books by John Forbes. John Forbes Average rating · 17 ratings · 2 reviews · shelved 29 times Showing 30 distinct works. John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, by. John Forbes. Panton, Leslie & Company was a company of Scottish merchants active in trading in the Bahamas and with the Native Americans of what is now the Southeastern United States during the late 18th and early 19th centuries.. Panton, Leslie & Company was a partnership formed in at St. Augustine, capital of British East Florida, by William Panton, John Leslie, Thomas Forbes, Charles McLatchy and. Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring, John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, by William S. Coker, John Forbes; The Spanish Censuses of Pensacola, A Genealogical Guide to Spanish Pensacola by William S. Coker, G. Douglas Inglis. Florida Parishes of Louisiana, but one book that stands out on the early history is John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, Spain was unhappy .
Adventurism and Empire Narrett, David Published by The University of North Carolina Press Narrett, David. Adventurism and Empire: The Struggle for Mastery in Cited by: John Forbes Describes the Spanish Floridas () In order to substantiate its claim to all of West Florida after the Louisiana Purchase, Spain commissioned the writing of a number of histories of the area. Among those who contributed to the project was John Forbes, head of John Forbes & Co., the successor firm to Panton, Leslie & Co. EARLY RECORDS: Much has been written about those areas that are included in the Florida Parishes of Louisiana, but one book that stands out on the early history is John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, Spain was unhappy and protested the purchase treaty of Louisiana. John Gordon (merchant) explained. John Gordon (c. –) was a Loyalist British merchant and trader of Scottish origin who lived in South Carolina for many years. He settled in Charles Town about , and from to he was a major exporter of deerskins supplied by Native American hunters. Gordon also participated in the transatlantic slave trade but was not a major importer of.
Feb 04, · Another essay in the same book is "The Odyssey of the Spanish Archives of Florida" by Irene A. Wright. William S. John Forbes & Company and the War of in the Spanish Williams S. (Editor) John Forbes’ Description of the Spanish Floridas, Perdido Bay Press Coker, William S. (Editor) The Military Presence on the Gulf Coast. Trading Spaces: Commerce, Ethnicity, and Early Irish New Orleans By K R I S T I N *C O N D O T T A L E E “Men, although of different countries, all make the same struggle to achieve wealth.”1 On May 10, , the schooner Mobileña anchored just outside of Mobile in Spanish West Florida.2 Its passengers and crew were returning from New Orleans and, in most in-. The Federal Road Through Georgia. P ed. The University of Alabama Press, Forbes, John. john Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, Edited by William S. Coker. Pensacola: Perdido Bay Press, Benson John. The Pictorial Field Book of the War of NewCited by: 9. (3) "The Papers of Panton, Leslie and Company," Journal of the University of South Florida Library Associates: Ex Libris 2 (Fall ), ; (4) John Forbes’ Description of the Spanish Floridas, (Pensacola: The Perdido Bay Press, ); (5) "The Papers of Panton, Leslie and Company," in William S. Coker and Thomas D. Watson, Indian.