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Knight generously took time to prepare statements about the hist cy of the urban railway of Tampa, and of the building of the Seaboard Alr Line Railroad to Tampa. Barclay, were an invaluable source of information about 'the early days in Fort Droolce.
A Winchell, formerly an employee of the Tampa Dally Times, kindly plaoed at n1y disposal extensive notes by himself on 'the early days of Tampa. Wells, a Pioneer of the county gave the Wndit of his great store of i nformation about oounty alfairs. The raninisccnces of his early life, u given by Mr.
B Gi v ens, have belped to add to the human interest of the narrative.
The biographin in the biographical section of the book have been carefully prepared from information furnished by the sabjecu themselves, or in the cases of those who are deceased, by members of th.
Sack, Swisticiau of the Board of Trade, and to eoun' tless others who bave in various ways rendered n1uable uaistance. Especial recognition is due Mr.
With one hundred and fifty of hls five hundred men de Solo marched overland to Hanna, a city which he describes as about the size of Santiago, each having seventy or elgbty dwellings. For those days his following w.
One week later, on May 25th, de Solo, with his hundreds of followen with guns and hOrses, landed on tbe shores of a ba y wbieh they! Wiled Espiritu Santo It is generally believed that bay wu Tampa Bay and that the exact spot o f the disembarkation was either near the pment site of Safety Harbor or ev e.
Tbe harsh methods used by the Span iards, as happened with moot other explorers in America, resulted in an a ttitude of fear and hostility on the part of the Indians.
No doubt many of the bloody deeds of J later years were the direct res ult s of this unwise treatment of the Indians by the European explorers. Although the Spaniards, encamped in and near the Indian village, could secure no native for a guide, they were one day greatly surprised: This was Juan Ortiz, who had been left.
Ortiz told de Solo that he had beard of ooureea of gold in the regioou to the JWrth. Inftuenced b y this report de Solo after led his compiD '. Pedro de Santander, and dated Julythere is describe d a plan to establish seulemento in various places in Florida. One of the most inter.
In this memoir the author spealcs of Tampa u one of the moot i mportant Indian villages on the peninsula in the latter part of the sixteenth eentury. Wbeu the white man fint came be found many small, but well. During the three centuria from the day wb.
U p until DO one could settle Oft the reservation except as a teaant. The Garrison was the name given to the seetion in the e: Here also wu the origi nal burying ground of this section, the location of which was later changed to a spot just outside of the forti fications, near the place where the old Masoni c Lo in Florida In 18H Levi Collar married Nancy Dixoo and tettled near the Saint "Mary's River.
At that time border warfare among llldiaru, Spanish, English and Amer ieans made Ibis a most dangeroos plai: T he Indian s, incited by desire to secure pay then offered for Americ Collar his farm raised food foe his family.
He ginned this himself, then mother and daughter spun and dyed it and had ii woven into doth for garments for the family Failing health caused Mr.
When the Collars came to Tampa there were only two other white families there besides the soldiers. For a dozen years all went well with the settlers. In the Seminoles started on the warpath. The Collars and their neigh bors, warned by a friendly Indian, hastily prepared to go to tlul fort and at the last moment were forced to flee in boats sent from the fort and to leave all their cherished poosessions.
Their boildings and all thelr crops were homed and they barely escaped with their Jives. They were received and protected at the garrison. Collar became a guide and his family lived at the Fort. On the report of the outbreak of hostilities most of these settlers bastened with their families and movable possessions to the military posts for protection A military road, known in Fort Brooke as the Fort King road, bad been laid out through the wilderness.
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