- Spanish and French
Rivalry in the Gulf Region of the United States, 1678-1702.
By William Edward Dunn. (Google this title)
- Spanish Trail, Festival
(Baker Block Museum binder)
- Spanish Trail, Old
(Baker Block Museum binder)
- Roll 16: CITIZEN
REVIEW, Sep 8, 1984-Oct 30, 1997, OLD SPANISH TRAIL 40th Anniversary,
1955-1995 (Baker Block Museum newspaper collection)
TRADERS OF SOUTH EASTERN SPANISH BORDERLANDS (Baker Block Museum
- "British West Florida
1763-1783," Cecil Johnson, Yale U Press/Archon Books, 1971.
Mostly history, light on names.
- "The British
Development of West Florida 1763-1769," U of CA Press Berkley and LA,
1947. Lists of grantees, town plan of Pensacola, 1765-1781,
appointees lists, etc.
(all following titles are available in the Baker
Block Museum Research Library)
- DIRECTORY of
- SCOTS-IRISH Links
1575-1725 Part I, II, and III
- SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS in
- SCOTTISH NATION, Vol.
I, II, and III
- SCOTCH-IRISH WHO CAME
- FLORIDA, Walton County,
Euchee Valley Scots
McKinnon, John Love. History of Walton County.
Gainesville, Fla.: Palmetto Books, 1968.
Charles F. De Funiak Springs and Walton County,
Florida. De Funiak Springs, n.p., 1914.
Frances. “The Uchee Valley
M.A. Thesis, Florida State University, 1956.
ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1614-1684
ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1614-1754
ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1678-1685
ESTABLISSEMENTS, des FRANCAIS, 1694-1703
JUSTIFICATIF OF THE CHEVALIER MONTAULT de MOMBERANT, Milo Howard, Jr.,
and Robert R, Rea
FRENCH-CANADIAN COLONY IN WEST FLORIDA, Laura Lee Scott
resources are available in the Baker Block Museum Research Library)
From the museum's perspective, all mixed blood peoples have
cause to celebrate the best of their heritage and culture without fear
of the disdain or pejorative views of others.
We respect and welcome them as part of the fabric of the self-defined
people of our nation. Some of
these groups include the Dominickers (Florida panhandle), Cajans
(Mobile and Washington counties in Alabama--not the better known
Cajuns of Louisiana), the Dead Lake People (Gulf and Calhoun counties
in Florida), Redbones (Rapides and
Vernon parishes in Louisiana), among many others
If you would like to
add a group or more information please email our Curator at
Triracial Isolates: Their Status and Pertinence to
Genetic Research." by Calvin L. Beale. Eugenics Quarterly, Volume 4,
Number 4, December 1957. This is a scholarly article that
mentions the Dominickers in the context of other triracial groups.
A Regional Racial Term.” by Ralph D. Howell. American Speech,
Volume 47, Number 3/4, Autumn-Winter, 1972, pp. 305-306.
- Archives of Wiregrass
History & Culture. Troy State University Dothan. P.O. Box 8368.
Dothan, AL 36304. Accession Number 048-05-0427.
Span ca. 1936-42. 3 file folders:
The folders consist of photocopies of microfilmed
information about the so-called "Dominecker" or "Dominicker" settlement
of Holmes County, Florida. Originally produced by Federal
Writers' Project of the WPA for the State of Florida. [This can be seen
at the University of Florida as well.] Also
contains a hard-copy download of WPA-produced pamphlet about itself and
one 3.5" diskette of the documents in various e-formats.
produced by Federal Writers' Project of the WPA for the State of
Florida, ca 1936-1942. Microfilmed by SOLINET/ACERL
Microfilming Project (NEH PS-21089); SOL MN05298.12 FUG.
Photocopies provided to AWHC by Dr. James Cusick, Smathers Library,
University of Florida. Transcribed by Tina Bernath, edited by
Marty Olliff. "Questions and Answers About the WPA" pamphlet
downloaded by Tina Bernath, 10-06-2005 from
Mayo. "Descendants of Thomas Mayo." Microsoft Word
Holmes County, Florida web site, part of
- Howell, Ralph
“Dominicker: A Regional Racial Term.” American
Volume 47, Number 3/4, Autumn-Winter, 1972, pp. 305-306. May
be viewed online
- Mordes, Patricia
A. “Earl Dee Hood, Chief Red Eagle of the
Creeks.” Found at Holmes County, Florida web site
A Guide to the Southern-Most State By Federal Writer's
Project, page 445. First published in November 1939. May be read in its
entirety at: http://books.google.com/books?id=6LjWg4xHKVUC
REDBONES." By Don C. Marler. Presented at the First
a meeting of Melungeons, at Clinch Valley College in Wise, Va. July
1997. Google this; the presentation is on line.
- Wagons West: A
Late Migration of "Red Bones" From Holmes Co., FL to Rapides,
LA. by Steven Pony Hill.
(Google this title.)
- "Rev. Joseph Willis,
Father of the Red Bones" Stephen Pony Hill. (Google this
Block Museum Educational
Services. Baker, FL.