The Exiles of Florida or, The crimes committed by our government against the Maroons, who fled from South Carolina and other slave states, seeking protection under Spanish laws.
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The Exiles of Florida or, The crimes committed by our government against the Maroons, who fled from South Carolina and other slave states, seeking protection under Spanish laws.

By Joshua R. Giddings
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Table of Contents
  • THE EXILES OF FLORIDA:
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • CONTENTS.
  • THE E X I L E S   O F   F L O R I D A.
    • CHAPTER I. CIRCUMSTANCES ATTENDING THE EARLY HISTORY OF SLAVERY IN THE COLONIES.
    • CHAPTER II. FURTHER EFFORTS TO RESTORE EXILES.
    • CHAPTER III. HOSTILITIES MAINTAINED BY GEORGIA.
    • CHAPTER IV. GENERAL HOSTILITIES.
    • CHAPTER V. FURTHER EFFORTS OF THE GOVERNMENT TO RESTORE EXILES TO SERVITUDE.
    • CHAPTER VI. FURTHER EFFORTS TO ENSLAVE THE EXILES.
    • CHAPTER VII. COMMENCEMENT OF THE SECOND SEMINOLE WAR.
    • CHAPTER VIII. HOSTILITIES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER IX. HOSTILITIES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER X. THE WAR CONTINUED—PEACE DECLARED.
    • CHAPTER XI. GENERAL JESSUP OVERTHROWS HIS OWN EFFORTS IN FAVOR OF PEACE.
    • CHAPTER XII. THE RENEWAL AND PROSECUTION OF THE WAR.
    • CHAPTER XIII. VIGOROUS PROSECUTION OF THE WAR.
    • CHAPTER XIV. GREAT DIFFICULTIES INTERRUPT THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR.
    • CHAPTER XV. DIFFICULTIES IN ENSLAVING EXILES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER XVI. FURTHER DIFFICULTIES IN THE WORK OF ENSLAVING THE EXILES.
    • CHAPTER XVII. TOTAL FAILURE OF ALL EFFORTS TO ENSLAVE THE EXILES.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. FURTHER DIFFICULTIES IN PROSECUTING THE WAR.
    • CHAPTER XIX. HOSTILITIES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER XX. HOSTILITIES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER XXI. CLOSE OF THE WAR.
    • CHAPTER XXII. HISTORY OF EXILES CONTINUED.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. THE REUNION AND FINAL EXODUS.
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