As is well known, the history of Florida falls naturally and very definitely into periods of nationalities. Of these the British era is the most sharply defined. And this is the only period whose history has largely been written-which means that, except for the details of the general history and for certain subjects, the materials available have mostly been used. For this British occupation these resources are mainly governmental archives in the Public Record Office in London. That mass of documents has been used by writers on specific subjects, but for general coverage there are two works: Professor Mowat’s on East Florida, and Professor Johnson’s on West Florida. To these should be added Professor Siebert's work on the loyalists in East Florida.
Society, Florida Historical
"Resources for the History of the British Floridas,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 24
, Article 9.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/fhq/vol24/iss3/9