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Hart, Ossian Bingley -1874

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Works: 8 works in 13 publications in 1 language and 1,736 library holdings
Genres: Records and correspondence  History 
Roles: Author
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Most widely held works about Ossian Bingley Hart
 
Most widely held works by Ossian Bingley Hart
State Governors incoming correspondence by Florida( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The series contains the official incoming correspondence of Florida's governors from 1857-1888. The records reflect the official, constitutional, and political duties of the Office of Governor. The series includes the incoming correspondence of Governors Madison S. Perry (1857-1861); John Milton (1861-1865); David S. Walker (1865-1868); Harrison Reed (1868-1873); Ossian B. Hart (1873-1874); M. L. Stearns (1874-1877); George F. Drew (1877-1881); William D. Bloxham (1881-1885); and Edward A. Perry (1885-1889). The series also contains the records of William H. Gleason (1868), who proclaimed himself Governor during the fist impeachment attempt against Harrison Reed, and Samuel T. Day (1872), who served as ipso facto governor during the second impeachment attempt against Reed
Superintendent of Registration Ossian B. Hart correspondence( )

1 edition published in 1867 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The series contains the correspondence of Superintendent of Registration Ossian B. Hart in 1867. The records consist of letters received by Hart while establishing Boards of Registration to register qualified voters throughout Florida. Also included are instructions from the military district headquarters in Atlanta and lists of county supervisors of elections
Catherine and Ossian Hart Correspondence (Union loyalists)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"Ossian Bingley Hart (1821-1874) was the son of a colonial Florida family who emigrated from Virginia in 1801. Ossian was educated in Washington and returned to Jacksonville to study law. In 1843 Ossian married Catherine Campbell of Newark, New Jersey. The couple resided in various places in Florida, including Jacksonville, Fort Pierce, Key West, and Tampa. Ossian is best known in Florida history for opposing secession during the Civil War and for serving as a justice for the Florida Supreme Court (1868-1873). In 1873 he became the first Republican governor of Florida and served until his death one year later. During the Civil War, Catherine wrote frequently to her relatives in the North, giving them an account of circumstances in Florida. The Hart letters provide a fascinating look at the experiences of Union sympathizers in Florida during the war years. Several letters from before the war also provide information on the Hart’s fortunes as pioneers in Key West"
Memorial of O.B. Hart by Ossian Bingley Hart( Book )

1 edition published in 1870 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

All the letterbooks are originals except for Volume 6 (John Milton, 1861-1862) which is a photocopy. In addition to governor's correspondence, Volume 2 (1844) contains the correspondence of Thomas Duval, Secretary to Governor Branch and Volume 83 contains military appointments of the Adjutant General from 1908-1909
 
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Alternative Names
Hart, Ossian Bingley, d. 1874

Ossian B. Hart American judge

Ossian B. Hart Amerikaans advocaat (1821-1874)

Ossian B. Hart amerikansk advokat

Ossian B. Hart US-amerikanesche Politiker

Ossian B. Hart US-amerikanischer Politiker

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English (13)

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