signed by author.
Table of Contents: Preface, Acknowledgments; Introduction (A Civilian Meets Today's Florida National Guard; A Tradition of Service: Suwannee County); Chapter One (The Militia Tradition and National Laws; Florida's Naval Militia); Chapter Two (Spanish Florida: Conquest and Defense 1565-1700; Spanish Milita:Early Roster 1578); Chapter Three (Spanish Florida: Conquest and Defense 1700-1763; Florida's Black Militia) Chapter Four (British Florida and the American Revolution 1764-1784; East Florida Ranger Militia Company Muster Roll 1784); Chapter Five (The Spanish Return Temporarily 1784-1821; Spain's Yankee Militia 1812); Chapter Six (Florida Territorial Militia 1822-1835; The Florida Militia's Napoleonic Connection); Chapter Seven (The Second Seminole War 1835-1842; William Wing Loring: Florida Militia to Egyptian Pasha); Chapter Eight (Mexicans; More Indians and a Family Feud 1842-1860; Florida's Mexican War Casualties) Chapter Nine (Secession and the War in Florida 1861-1865; Florida's Militia and Confederate Generals 1861-1865); Chapter Ten (Florida Soldiers Beyond the Border 1861-1865; Dickison and Lang: Rebel Colonels to Adjutant Generals); Chapter Eleven (Florida State Troops-Militia 1865-1898; The Lucky Twelve: The First Florida Volunteer Regiment); Chapter Twelve (The Spanish-American War and After 1898-1903l; St. Francis Barracks: Monastery to Arsenal); Chapter Thirteen (Florida State Troops to Florida National Guard 1901-1916; Albert Hazen Blanding); Chapter Fourteen (Mexican Border to World War 1916-1919; Decorations: Florida National Guard 1917-1918); Chapter Fifteen (The Florida Guard Comes of Age 1919-1939; Sumter L. Lowry: The Perfect Guardsman); Chapter Sixteen (The Florida Guard and the Second World War 1940-1965; Distinguished Unit Citations: 124th Regiment 1945); Chapter Seventeen (Florida Guardsman at War Around the World; Decorations: Florida Guardsmen in the 31st Division); Chapter Eighteen (The Florida Guard Rebuilds, Expands, Changes 1945-1985; The 159th Fighter-Bomber Squadron 1950-1952); Chapter Nineteen (Postscript:The Future of the Florida Guard; Location of National Guard Units by County); Appendices; Selected Bibliography.
Florida. National Guard--History.
|Title||Florida's Army: Militia, State Troops, National Guard|
|Published Place||Englewood, FL|
|Library of Congress Control Number||86025275|