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Innerarity-Hulse family papers, 1793-1915.

Author: John Innerarity; Isaac Hulse
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence and business papers, primarily relating to John Innerarity (1783-1854), of Pensacola, Fla., attorney for the firm of Panton, Leslie, and Company, and his son-in-law, Dr. Isaac Hulse (1797-1856), chief surgeon, West Indies Squadron, U.S. Navy. Includes letters of John Leslie, John Forbes, Alexander McGillivray, James Innerarity, Thomas Jefferson, J.K. Paulding, and Thomas Forbes. The emphasis of the
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Genealogies
Correspondence
Named Person: John Forbes; Alexander McGillivray; James Innerarity; Thomas Jefferson; James Kirke Paulding; Emma Hulse Taylor; John Innerarity; Hulse family.; Luis Héctor Carondelet, barón de; Joseph M White; Samuel L Southard; Alexander James Dallas; Walker Anderson; A P Upshur; Abel Huntington; John Howe Clark; Henry J Wilson, Colonel; John Thomas Newton; John Leslie; Thomas Forbes; Colin Mitchel; Villiers family.; Taylor family.; Innerarity family.; Cruzat family.
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: John Innerarity; Isaac Hulse
OCLC Number: 70956957
Description: 1.5 cubic ft. (886 items)

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Correspondence and business papers, primarily relating to John Innerarity (1783-1854), of Pensacola, Fla., attorney for the firm of Panton, Leslie, and Company, and his son-in-law, Dr. Isaac Hulse (1797-1856), chief surgeon, West Indies Squadron, U.S. Navy. Includes letters of John Leslie, John Forbes, Alexander McGillivray, James Innerarity, Thomas Jefferson, J.K. Paulding, and Thomas Forbes. The emphasis of the collection is on the Florida frontier until ca. 1850, with notes relating to the Panton, Leslie, and Company, Indian affairs, slavery, yellow fever, and the Pensacola Navy Yard. A smaller group of documents (ca. 1870-1910) relate to the efforts of Dr. Hulse's daughter, Emily Hulse Taylor, to secure title to lands of the Apalachicola Land Company. Includes letters of James Innerarity (d. 1847), at Mobile, to his brother, John Innerarity, in Pensacola (1812-1842); manuscript journal (1805) of a council with representatives of the Chickasaw Indians; diary of a visit to the lower Creeks (1814-1815); correspondence relating to slaves owned by the company (1811-1854); papers relating to the Live Oak Reservation, lumbering activities near Perdido Bay, the Mexican War, land speculation in Arkansas, and Gulf Coast railroads; and family correspondence (1818-1859). Correspondents include Baron Carondelet, Colin Mitchell, Joseph M. White, Samuel L. Southard, Alexander J. Dallas, Walker Anderson, A.P. Upshur, Abel Huntington, Admiral J.H. Clark, Col. Henry J. Wilson, and John T. Newton.

Also includes the deposition of Thomas Forbes (1800) in the case of The Schooner Shark vs. Wilson, Bahamas Court of Vice Admiralty and genealogical notes relating to the Villiers, Cruzat, Hulse, and Taylor families.

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