I am pleased to announce the release of my latest book, The Early History of Gadsden County.
The book is now available for online order and delivery directly from the printer. Just click here for more information.
The official release of the book will take place on Sunday, October 19th, at an event hosted by the West Gadsden Historical Society, Inc., at the Gadsden Art Center across from the courthouse in Quincy. The event will begin at 3 p.m. (Eastern) and the book will only be available for online purchase and delivery before that date.
Proceeds from this book will help the West Gadsden Historical Society in its efforts to preserve and interpret the rich history of Gadsden County.
The book covers a number of episodes from the county's early history and hopefully will be of interest to anyone curious about the history of Gadsden County, the upper Apalachicola River valley and the area in general.
- Hernando de Soto
- Santa Cruz de Sabacola
- Chislacasliche and the Apalachicola Fort
- Ellicott's Observatory
- Nicolls' Outpost and the War of 1812
- Scott's Massacre
- Andrew Jackson in Gadsden County
- First Settlers and Neamathla's Reserve
- King Cotton and Prince Tobacco
- Early Scientists of Gadsden County
- The Comte de Castelnau
- The U.S. Arsenal at Chattahoochee
- The Second Seminole War
- The McLane Massacre
- Seizure of the U.S. Arsenal
- The C.S.S. Chattahoochee
- Gadsden County and the Battle of Natural Bridge