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by Virginia Parks

Free eBook Santa Maria de Galve: A story of survival download ISBN: 0939566109
Author: Virginia Parks
Publisher: Pensacola Historical Society] (1998)
Language: English
Pages: 174
Category: Historical
Subcategory: Americas
Size MP3: 1591 mb
Size FLAC: 1848 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Following its return to Spanish hands in 1723 after three years of French occupation, Pensacola was moved briefly to Santa Rosa Island before relocating to its present site.

Pensacola, Fl. Pensacola Historical Society, c. 1998. Following its return to Spanish hands in 1723 after three years of French occupation, Pensacola was moved briefly to Santa Rosa Island before relocating to its present site. Although on the periphery of empire, Pensacola experienced a fascinating history of European rivalry and European-American Indian relations and offers a rich opportunity for the collaborative efforts of historians and archaeologists.

Santa María de Galve.

González de Barcia Carballido y Zuniga, Andres 1951 Barcia’s Chronological History of the Continent of Florida, Anthony Kerrigan, translator. University Press of Florida, Gainesville.

Pensacola Historical Society, Pensacola, F. oogle Scholar. González de Barcia Carballido y Zuniga, Andres 1951 Barcia’s Chronological History of the Continent of Florida, Anthony Kerrigan, translator. Griffen, William B. 1959 Spanish Pensacola, 1700–1763.

Start by marking Presidio Santa María de Galve: A Struggle for .

Start by marking Presidio Santa María de Galve: A Struggle for Survival in Colonial Spanish Pensacola as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Santa María de Galve: A Story of Survival.

Presidio Santa María de Galve: A Struggle for Survival in Colonial Spanish Pensacola. Bense, Judith A. and Harry J. Wilson. Santa María de Galve: A Story of Survival. Pensacola Historical Society, Pensacola.

Bernardo de Gálvez, 1st Viscount of Galveston. Redirected from Bernardo de Gálvez). Bernardo Vicente de Gálvez y Madrid, 1st Viscount of Galveston, 1st Count of Gálvez (23 July 1746 – 30 November 1786) was a Spanish military leader and colonial administrator who served as colonial governor of Spanish Louisiana and Cuba, and later as Viceroy of New Spain.

The Presidio Santa María de Galve, founded in 1698 by Spanish colonists, was the first European settlement of Pensacola, Florida after that of Tristan de Luna in 1559-1561. It was in the area of Fort Barrancas at modern-day Naval Air Station Pensacola, in northwestern Florida. The presidio included Fort San Carlos de Austria and an adjacent village

José de Gálvez y Gallardo, 1st Marquess of Sonora (2 January 1720, Macharavialla, Spain – 17 June 1787, Aranjuez, Spain) was a Spanish lawyer and Visitador generál (inspector general) in New Spain (1764–1772); later appointed to the Council of the I. .

José de Gálvez y Gallardo, 1st Marquess of Sonora (2 January 1720, Macharavialla, Spain – 17 June 1787, Aranjuez, Spain) was a Spanish lawyer and Visitador generál (inspector general) in New Spain (1764–1772); later appointed to the Council of the Indies (1775–1787). He was one of the prime figures behind the Bourbon Reforms. He belonged to an important political family that included his brother Matías de Gálvez and nephew Bernardo de Gálvez.

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Vudogal
This book was phenomenal in its amount and organization of the terribly hard to find historical information on colonial Pensacola. This information was incredibly accurate and thorough. However, with all of the information, the story did get a little dry and hard to digest. However, this book is a MUST for anyone studying Pensacola history. It really gives you a feel for the people who suffered through the first agonizing centuries.

A lovely companion book is the "Archaeology of Colonial Pensacola", by Judith A. Bense. Bense is the authority on the archaeological history of Pensacola. Her book is also very accessible to the casual historian, as well as her peers.
Connorise
since I wrote most of it, it was great.....