Borderland Empires in Transition: The Triple-nation Transfer of Florida
Mr. Gold's examination of the triple-nation consignment of Florida as a result of the Treaty of Paris in 1763 provides a valuable historical link between the First Spanish Period (1565--1 763) and the subsequent British Period (1763--1784) in the strategic colony. The study establishes continuity be-tween the eras, historically linking them for the first time. From a multitude of colonial and regnal correspondence and records, Gold has constructed a meticulously researched and documented account.
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Spanish Colonial Florida 15131763
The 1763 Treaty of Paris
Property Transactions during the Transfer
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