Updates and Links to My Posts on the 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers

As I indicated in my post at the first of November, I’m taking some time from writing new material to give myself time to adjust to no longer having my Mom with me. But I am taking the time to do some updating of some of my prior posts and thought I would start by aggregating my posts on the 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers and take the opportunity to ask that if you or someone in your family are a Florida history, Civil War, or Florida genealogy buff that you consider a copy of my book on the 1st Florida Union Cavalry as a Christmas present. Whether for you or a loved one, it is a good addition to your book collection. You can order either a hard back or paperback here. The posts below add some additional detail to the analysis and genealogical information in the book.

“Unionist” Hotspot in Northwest Florida – 27 Jun 2016 – Updated 5 Nov 2020

Was the Northwest Florida Panhandle a “Unionist” Stronghold? – Part I – 12 July 2016 – Updated 5 Nov 2020

Was the Northwest Florida Panhandle a “Unionist” Stronghold? – Part 2 – 28 July 2016 – Updated 5 Nov 2020

Milton and Bagdad During the Civil War – 13 Feb 2017 – Updated 9 Nov 2020

Did Your Southern Ancestor Serve with the Union? An Exploration of the 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers? – 1 Oct 2018 – updated 16 Nov 2020

The Hidden History of the Florida Panhandle During the Civil War, Pt 1 – 3 Feb 2020 – updated 9 Nov 2020

The Hidden History of the Florida Panhandle During the Civil War, Pt 2 – 7 Feb 2020 – updated 9 Nov 2020

The Hidden History of the Florida Panhandle During the Civil War, Pt 3 – 2 Mar 2020 – updated 9 Nov 2020

The Controversial Excursion of 2nd Lt. Joseph Sanders of the 1st Florida Union Cavalry Volunteers – 6 April 2020 – updated 9 Nov 2020

Until Next Time. Have a Blessed & Safe Thanksgiving!

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