Bucket and Dipper Club held meetings in the Fruitland Park, Florida area (formerly Sumter County which is now Lake County) and was composed of Englishmen who came to Florida with the English land companies.
Includes Club records: correspondence, rules, minutes, social evenings, list of members, concert programme, and results of spelling bees.
Also includes Temperature journals of Louis Bosanquet 1882-1925.
(Although these records are paper, not microform, they are included in this guide because of related content.)
Microfilm of manuscript collection in the University of Notre Dame Archives.
Haldimand, Frederick, Sir. 1718-1791.
Canadian & U.S./Florida history. The official and private correspondence and papers of General Sir Frederick Haldimand, Commander of posts at Three Rivers, Pensacola and St. Augustine 1758-1777, Acting Commander in Chief in North America 1773-1774, and Governor of Quebec 1778-1784, from the British Library.
A series of correspondence articles in the Cincinnati Commercial on Florida with varying titles published from 1869.
Issued by the State Records Microfilm Project as a joint enterprise of the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina.
An index is located on a separate reel in this set. The index includes coverage of other states, but only the Florida materials are held by UCF.
and the following miscellany:
Some of the above information might also be found in Territorial Papers of the United States: Florida Territory, 1821-1845, compiled by Clarence Edwin Carter - available in bound paper volumes in the UCF Library:
See also the American State Papers and U.S. Congressional Serial Set
"C.W.Jacocks, Formosa, Orange Co., Fla., from 28th day July A.D. 1883, to..."
Microfilmed by the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, from an original manuscript housed in the Southern Historical Collection.
Owen, John W., compiler, in the Office of the Librarian of Congress.
Arranged and compiled with authority of Wilbur McCoy.
"Showing acreage in orange groves and estimated yield in boxes."
Name indexes are available for 1830, 1840, & 1850 in the UCF Library Reference Collection -- Reference F 310 .J3
Population schedules for earlier and later years are available in the Genealogy Department of the Orlando Public Library, which has all available years for the entire U.S.
Florida militia muster rolls, Seminole Indian Wars, are also available in UCF's Florida Documents Collection, MA B3:S63/, which also has various other lists from Spanish garrisons (1565) through Desert Storm (1991).
See also Publications of the Florida National Guard for digitized versions of many of the Special Archives Publication series from the Florida Department of Military Affairs.