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Chp. 1 Early history, indians and antiquities pg.7 Chp. 2 French and Spanish regimes (1564-1763) pg. 13 Chp. 3 English regime and Minorcan settlement at New Smyrna (1763-1784) pg. 19 Chp. 4 English regime and settlemenet at New Smyrna (1763-1784)--(Continued) pg. 24 Chp. 5 Return of the Spanish (1783-1790) pg. 30 Chp. 6 Spanish land grants (1790-1821) pg. 34 Chp. 7 Change of flags (1821-1824) pg. 39 Chp. 8 Mosquito County (1824-1835) pg. 45 Chp. 9 Seminole War (1835-1842) pg. 51 Chp. 10 Seminole War (1835-1842)--(Continued) pg. 57 Chp. 11 Effort to change Mosquito to Lead Read County (1842-1844) pg. 62 Chp. 12 Orange County (1845-1854) pg. 71 Chp. 13 Volusia (1845-1854) pg. 78 Chp. 14 Early days in the county of Volusia and the Civil War (1855-1856) pg. 85 Chp. 15 After the war (1865-1870) pg. 93 Chp. 16 Founding of Daytona and Ormond (1870-1880) pg. 101 Chp. 17 DeLand (1873-1890) pg. 111 Chp. 18 Settlements at Orange City, Lake Helen, DeLeon Springs and on the East Coast pg. 118 Chp. 19 Coming of the railroads (1881-1891) Chp. 20 Seabreeze, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna (1887-1907) pg. 137 Chp. 21 Political, educational and social development (1870-1927) pg. 142 Volusia of our own times (1898-1927) pg. 150

Subjects

Volusia County (Fla.) -- History.; Volusia County (Fla.) -- Biography.; Illustrations -- Prints.; Portrait photography -- Photographs.; Volusia County (Fla.) -- Photographs.; Illustrations -- Drawings.

Date Issued

1927

Publisher

E.O. Painter Printing Company.

Contributors

Cawston, A.H.

Description-TOC

Chp. 1 Early history, indians and antiquities pg.7 Chp. 2 French and Spanish regimes (1564-1763) pg. 13 Chp. 3 English regime and Minorcan settlement at New Smyrna (1763-1784) pg. 19 Chp. 4 English regime and settlemenet at New Smyrna (1763-1784)--(Continued) pg. 24 Chp. 5 Return of the Spanish (1783-1790) pg. 30 Chp. 6 Spanish land grants (1790-1821) pg. 34 Chp. 7 Change of flags (1821-1824) pg. 39 Chp. 8 Mosquito County (1824-1835) pg. 45 Chp. 9 Seminole War (1835-1842) pg. 51 Chp. 10 Seminole War (1835-1842)--(Continued) pg. 57 Chp. 11 Effort to change Mosquito to Lead Read County (1842-1844) pg. 62 Chp. 12 Orange County (1845-1854) pg. 71 Chp. 13 Volusia (1845-1854) pg. 78 Chp. 14 Early days in the county of Volusia and the Civil War (1855-1856) pg. 85 Chp. 15 After the war (1865-1870) pg. 93 Chp. 16 Founding of Daytona and Ormond (1870-1880) pg. 101 Chp. 17 DeLand (1873-1890) pg. 111 Chp. 18 Settlements at Orange City, Lake Helen, DeLeon Springs and on the East Coast pg. 118 Chp. 19 Coming of the railroads (1881-1891) Chp. 20 Seabreeze, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna (1887-1907) pg. 137 Chp. 21 Political, educational and social development (1870-1927) pg. 142 Volusia of our own times (1898-1927) pg. 150

Format

Monograph; Photographic prints

Format-Medium

Illustrations and Photographic prints on paper

Size

27 x 19 cm.

Call Number / ID #

975.921 G

Repository

Orange County Library System

Type

Monographs; Still image; Text

Language

English

Coverage-Temporal

16th century; 17th century; 18th century; 19th century; 20th century

Rights Statement

All rights to images are held by the respective holding institution. This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. To purchase copies of images and/or for copyright information contact the respective holding institution.

Digital Publisher

Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2006.

Digital Reproduction Specifications

This image was derived from an uncompressed TIFF image scanned at a minimum of 400 dpi.

Material Type

Book

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