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2 edition of history of Saint Augustine, Florida found in the catalog.

history of Saint Augustine, Florida

William W. Dewhurst

history of Saint Augustine, Florida

with an introductory account of the early Spanish and French attempts at exploration and settlement in the territory of Florida : together with sketches of events and objects of interest connected with the oldest town in the United States : to which is added a short description of the climate and advantages of Saint Augustine as a health resort

by William W. Dewhurst

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Published by G. P. Putnam in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Saint Augustine (Fla.) -- History,
  • Florida -- History -- To 1821

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William W. Dewhurst
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 182 p. ;
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14547685M

      Over that weekend, I learned that Pedro Menéndez de Avilés, a Spanish conquistador, set foot on Florida soil with slaves on Sept. 8, , and named the colonial settlement St Augustine. Anastasia Books, Saint Augustine, Florida. likes 4 talking about this 91 were here. Independent, locally owned bookstore selling new & used books, including rare & out-of-print books.

    Saint Augustine is a luxurious, romantic vacation spot—you’ll find classic hotels and intimate restaurants. Those can be a dime a dozen, though. What sets Saint Augustine apart is its history—it’s the oldest European settlement in the U.S.   His records, known as The Golden Book of the Menorcans is the basis for much of what is known about the early Menorcan history in Florida. Today it is believed that o descendants of the original Menorcans still live in the Saint Augustine/ Saint Johns County area.

      Today, we hear author Kenneth L. Roberts who underestimated Florida in his book from the s, which has 40 words in its incredible title. Welcome to Florida Time, a weekly column about Florida. Check out this great listen on The beautiful town of St. Augustine, Florida, is the oldest continuously occupied city in North America. Founded in , by Pedro Menendez, of Spain, it predates the Pilgrims at Plymouth rock by 42 years and the English settlement at Jamestown by 55 yea.


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History of Saint Augustine, Florida by William W. Dewhurst Download PDF EPUB FB2

With St. Augustine's th anniversary comes this new collection of seldom-heard stories from the Ancient City's past. Discover how a single guard boat thwarted a pirate fleet attack with a diversionary fife-and-drum performance and how the mere act of a Spanish ship captain lopping off the ear of a British merchant sparked the War of History of Saint Augustine Ear/5(17).

History of St. Augustine, Florida is also available as an audio book on Amazon, and in the iTunes store. If you just want the history without the illustrations, or would like to listen while you drive or read, the audio edition may be the way to go/5(22).

Discover America's oldest city and its history. Augustine Florida is known for more than beautiful beaches, great shopping and fine dining. The Nation's Oldest City is rich in over years of history and culture.

Our fascinating history spans from the founding of St. Augustine by Pedro Menendez into the reign of railroad entrepreneur Henry Flagler in the late s, to the celebration of St.

Augustine's. The History of Saint Augustine, Florida Paperback – January 6, by William W. Dewhurst (Author)Author: William W. Dewhurst. St. Augustine is the oldest European city in North America, founded by the Spanish in Sitting near the mouth of the St.

John river in northern Florida, it originally served to help defend Spanish ships from mischievous English pirates.4/5. Stories of Old St. Augustine. Published This book does not concentrate upon the mainstream of the big events in St. Augustine's history, but rather upon the small tributaries such as an exciting event or the growth and expansion of Florida book of the city's institutions.

The first known sighting of St. Augustine by a European was by the Spanish explorer and treasurer hunter Don Juan Ponce de Leon in He claimed the land for Spain and named it La Florida, meaning “Land of Flowers.” Between and the government of Spain launched six expeditions to Florida and all failed.

The history of St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest continuously occupied settlement of European origin in the continental United States, began in when it was founded by the Spanish admiral, Pedro Menéndez de Avilés.

- The city of St. Augustine is established as the oldest permanent settlement in the United States. - The British gain control of Florida as a result of the Seven Years' War. - The Spanish regain Florida as part of the Treaty of Paris.

- The First Seminole War occurs. Augustine, Florida An artist's romanticized rendering of St. Augustine in Rare Book and Special Collections Division/Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Since the. When Menendez arrived off the coast of Florida, it was Augthe Feast Day of St. Augustine. Eleven days later, he and his soldiers and settlers came ashore at the site of the Timucuan Indian village of Seloy with banners flying and trumpets sounding. He hastily fortified the fledgling village and named it St.

Augustine. Located in Northeast Florida, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement and port in the continental United States. The area was first explored by Spanish Puerto Rico Governor, Juan Ponce de Leon on April 3,when he landed, remained for five days, and claimed the region for the Spanish Crown.

As rebellion rumbled through the 13 colonies, St. Augustine which had been taken over by England from Spain inmore and more began to resemble an armed camp, as the British realized that the American patriots were undoubtedly casting a speculative eye upon its strong fort and strategic position.

Saint Augustine is one of the most famous and influential theologians and writers of Western Christianity. He was a strong supporter of the poor and a defender of orthodox Christianity. His autobiographical work Confessions is a classic of western literature, and provides inspiration to.

The Story of St. Augustine Florida. By Michelle Whitmer. Forty-two years before the English set foot in Jamestown and 55 years before the Pilgrims landed a Plymouth Rock, St. Augustine was the thriving capital city of La Florida, a territory spanning from Newfoundland to the Florida Keys. With a fascinating past and more than four centuries of history, St.

Augustine is the nation’s oldest continuously inhabited city—and an American treasure. Located on Florida’s Atlantic. Publisher's Summary The beautiful town of St. Augustine, Florida, is the oldest continuously occupied city in North America. Founded inby Pedro Menendez, of Spain, it predates the Pilgrims at Plymouth rock by 42 years and the English settlement at Jamestown by 55 years.

Check it out Here's a classic original set of 2 (TWO!) different pictorial history travel books from & St. Augustine, Florida- One is the original 1st printing version dated and the other is the reissue of the same guide dated that mentions the original inside- How fun is that. Both are 8 1/2" wide by 11" tall multi-paged program style booklets and each pictures a view of Seller Rating: % positive.

The Research Library of the St. Augustine Historical Society specializes in local history, Florida colonial history and genealogy. The collection includes maps, photographs, vertical subject files, church records, city government records, manuscript collections, circuit court records, and biographical files.

Home» Books» The history and antiquities of the city of St. Augustine, Florida, founded A.D. The history and antiquities of the city of St. Augustine, Florida, founded A.D. Fairbanks, George R. Tour the St. Augustine History Museum.

Discover more than years of history, and learn about the evolution of this fascinating city under the Spanish and British rules. Explore everything you need to know about the history of St. Augustine and Florida. A combination of historical displays and. St. Augustine is now a small city of ab, its Spanish heritage part of its tourist charm.

Excavations under the town conducted by the University of Florida revealed artifacts indicating its emergence as a multi-cultural settlement, with roots in Spanish, Native American, and African culture, a microcosm of what would later develop into the wider culture of the United States.Two hundred years later, inthe King's Road was opened between St.

Augustine and a ford over the St. Johns River (known as Cowford) where the proud city of Jacksonville now stands. As the years rolled on, the area north of the City Gate, at St. Augustine's end of the King's Road, began to develop.