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Moseley, William Dunn 1795-1863

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Works: 13 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 20 library holdings
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Most widely held works by William Dunn Moseley
Collection of Florida history : documents & letters( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes 28 manuscript and printed items "to illustrate the official life of the State [of Florida], from the courts to the post office, from the banks to a tailor's apprentice indenture" (prelim. sleeve [i] recto). Florida governors represented include William Pope Duval, James E. Broome, and Richard Keith Call. Businesses represented include the Apalachicola Land Company and the Pensacola & Georgia Rail Road Company. Also included are 17 business-related letters. Reflected in the documents are the economic transition of the state from cotton-based and slave-labor plantations to land development by Northerners and the rise of winter-grown produce. The early histories of major cities in the state -- Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and Apalachicola -- are also represented
by Florida( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Official correspondence of William D. Moseley, first governor, from 1845-1849. The records reflect the official, constitutional, and political duties of the Office of the Governor. The series consists mainly of incoming and outgoing correspondence filed by general subject area, agency or organizational name, or county name
Chapel Hill about 1818, as remembered by W.D. Moseley, Class of 1818 by Paul W Wager( )

1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Territorial and State Governors letterbooks by Florida( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The series contains the official outgoing correspondence, in bound letterpress volumes, of Florida's territorial and state governors from 1836-1909. The records reflect the official, constitutional, and political duties of the Office of Governor. The series includes the correspondence of Governors Richard Keith Call (1835-1840, 1841-1844); Robert Raymond Reid (1840-1841); John Branch (1844-1845); William D. Moseley (1845-1849); Thomas Brown (1849-1853); James E. Broome (1853-1857); John Milton (1861-1865); A.K. Allison (1865); Ossian B. Hart (1873-1874); M.L. Stearns (1874-1877); George F. Drew (1877-1881); William D. Bloxham (1881-1885, 1897-1901); Edward A. Perry (1885-1889); Francis P. Fleming (1889-1893); Henry L. Mitchell (1893-1897); William S. Jennings (1901-1905); Napoleon B. Broward (1905-1909); and Albert W. Gilchrist (1909-1913)
 
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Alternative Names
Moseley, W. D. (William Dunn), 1795-1863

Mosely, W. D. (William Dunn), 1795-1863

William Dunn Moseley American politician

William Dunn Moseley americký politik

William Dunn Moseley Amerikaans politicus (1795-1863)

William Dunn Moseley politicien américain

William Dunn Moseley político estadounidense

William Dunn Moseley politico statunitense

William Dunn Moseley US-amerikanischer Politiker

William Dunn Moseley yhdysvaltalainen poliitikko

Languages
English (13)