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    region mainly the Seminoles With this came the need for missions in order to civilize and absorb the Indians into American society H Gibbs a missionary in Florida during the early 1900s wrote of the alcoholism and diseases that plagued the Natives after white settlers The Cigar Industry Florida s Livelihood Date s January 1 1890 Location Tag s Agriculture Economy An 1890 article from the Manatee River Journal clearly

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    Sort By Relevance Chronology Seminole Misison in the Everglades 1900 Date s November 1899 to November 1900 Location MONROE Florida Tag s Diseases in Native Tribes Throughout Florida during the early centuries of the colonization of America Native Americans tribes dominated the Everglade region mainly the Seminoles With this came the need for missions in order to civilize and absorb the Indians into American society H Gibbs a missionary in

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    could not use it for free it was twenty five dollars for the school term 1893 1894 Thus they declined the offer The town counsel was initially in the wrong according to the town solicitor The town solicitor stated that they had no legal authority what so ever to neither remove the school building nor maintain a school which was outside its specific town limits He concluded that it should be the decision of the Orange Country Board of Public Instruction for black educators and it was The building that served as Hannibal Square Elementary School faced Pennsylvania Avenue in 1890 Soon after a six room block structure was built in 1926 This building was part of the school and was on the north side of West New England Avenue It accommodated first through eighth grade and first second and eighth grade was taught in separate rooms As for the remaining grades they were taught in three rooms The rooms were well lit and equipped with a teacher s desk in the front of every class Enrollment was flourished with Two hundred and fifty students in 1927 with approximately twenty students per classroom Free textbooks were provided for reading writing mathematics history geography and spelling These books were mostly used books that came from white public schools Books were not given for practical arts of sciences All students from the Hannibal Square Elementary School walked in large groups t school each day and arrived to school ready to line up by grade outside the rear of the school building The youngest grade went into the school first and then so on and so fourth until everyone was in the building Though facilities at the school was limited they did have a basketball clay court where many of the children liked

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    Missouri Tag s Arts Leisure On February 18th Samuel Clemens The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn was published under his pen name Mark Twain Twain was born in Florida Missouri and later moved to Hannibal a town on the Mississippi River much like the towns depicted in his two most famous novels The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn br br Twain began work on Huckleberry Midwifery in Mississippi Date s February 15 1885 to February 17 1885 Location MADISON Mississippi Tag s Health Death Women On February 17 1885 Mrs Octavia Wyche wrote from Meridianville in Madison County Mississippi to her daughter Imogene in Virginia about a number of things Perhaps the most important news of the letter was the complication during child birth that her other daughter Mollie had gone through two days before Mrs Wyche noticed her daughter was acting strangely and sent Walter one of her sons for Death of Capt K G Gittio Date s February 25 1885 Location NORFOLK CITY Virginia Tag s Health Death Economy Migration Transportation Urban Life Boosterism Few citizens of Portsmouth could escape the mourning of K G Gittio s death On February 25 1885 it covered the front page news flags flew at half mast locomotives were shrouded and traffic stopped while people flooded to his funeral The city had lost a respected citizen and a leading businessman regarded as one of the South s best railroad men Gittio thinking he had a cold had AT T Incorporated Established Date s March 2 1885 Location MACON Georgia Tag s Arts Leisure Urban Life Boosterism In the years following 1876 after the invention of Alexander Graham Bell s telephone there existed no national telephone organization just a handful of decentralized regional operations Bell had gradually acquired all

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    Search Location POLK Florida The Hannibal Square Elementary School Date s February 11 1883 to January 18 1887 Location Tag s african americans school Location Winter Park Florida Date 1883 02 11 Tags First African American Public School In 1883 Hannibal Square Elementary School was the first public school for African American children which was located in Winter Park Florida On February 11th 1890 a brand new facility was established

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    Chase Hannibal Square African American On February 11 1890 Mr Chase gave a wonderful speech to those who attended the introduction to the new faculty of the public school in Hannibal Square The Hannibal Square Elementary was the first public school for African Americans founded in 1883 1 Mr Chase shed some light on matters such as slavery and he even goes on to compliment the African American people on their behavior and thirst for Furman University Catalog first edition 1852 Date s 1852 Location GREENVILLE South Carolina Tag s school Education The main resource utilized by Furman University students and faculty for information pertaining to academics and university policies guidelines is the University Catalog Furman s first catalog was first published in 1852 under the Board of Trustees President W B Johnson with James C Furman as the chairman of faculty In its opening pages the catalog lists every student at Furman and their The Hannibal Square Elementary School Date s February 11 1883 to January 18 1887 Location ORANGE Florida POLK Florida Tag s african americans school Location Winter Park Florida Date 1883 02 11 Tags First African American Public School In 1883 Hannibal Square Elementary School was

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    wife help manage the plantation but she also acquired her own land and her own slaves With an enslaved work force of about sixty the Fort George plantation was able to produce Sea Island citrus cotton corn and sugar cane As years passed Kingsley continued to acquire property in north Florida and eventually possessed more than 32 000 acres including four major plantation complexes and over 200 slaves In 1828 Kingsley presented an intriguing defense of slavery titled A Treatise on the Patriarchal or Cooperative System of Society As it Exists in Some Governments And Colonies in America and in the United States Under the Name of Slavery With its Necessity and Advantages Kingsley s book effectively separated race and class all together He believed that a three caste social structure would best suit Florida s climate as well as the economy His Treatise was known to be the first and most important formal articulation of a proslavery ideology by a Floridian Power may for a while over weakness and misfortune But as all nature from the eternal principal of self takes part with weakness against power the re action finally must be terrible and overwhelming Kingsley 1828 p 14 Kingsley was against the restrictive laws which argued that more humane treatment would ensure peace and the perpetuation of slavery Kingsley s opinions published in his Treatise reflected his ideas and thoughts on slavery Though he was proslavery Kingsley made an announcement to let it be known that his wife was a slave and his children were mulatto He had no shame in his family and wanted people to know the truth His published opinions talk a great deal about his relationship with his wife and children and how he adapted to loving his slave family Kingsley 1828 p 23

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    s War This battle was the last battle of the War of 1812 even though a treaty declaring the end of the war had already been signed in Ghent After the British were cruelly defeated in the Battle of New Orleans the British did not want to leave America without striking one last attack against the Americans Major General Lambert commanded the British forces while Lieutenant Colonel William Lawrence A Change in Feminine Duties Date s 1814 Location SUMTER South Carolina Tag s Arts Leisure Race Relations Slavery Women A letter from Mrs Harriet Lucas Huger to her friend Mrs William Lowndes reveals three things one that she had a lot of extra leisure time two that she had a sick father about whom she was concerned and three that she did not like the city of Charleston South Carolina Though her concern for her father s ill health was quite natural it was quite surprising to learn of her distaste for The Kingsley Plantation Date s March 7 1814 to March 5 1815 Location Florida Florida Tag s plantation Zephaniah Kingsley In the early years of the nineteenth century many people came to Spanish Florida Some were forced to come to Florida to work on plantations and others like Zephaniah Kingsley sought to make their own fortunes by obtaining land and establishing those plantations During this time alliances and politics were shifting and though some of the enslaved would later become free landowners they had to Collision of the Georgia Legislature and Courts Date s January 13 1815 to November 19 1815 Location BALDWIN Georgia Tag s Government Law Politics On January 13 1815 the Superior Court of the state of Georgia convened in Augusta and ruled numerous acts passed by the Georgia legislature unconstitutional and void The legislature

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