Alternative page 4 of "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3)

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Title

Alternative page 4 of "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3)

Subject

Experiences of former slaves
Development of Jacksonville

Description

An alternative version of page 4 of "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3). This version is similar but not identical to the page 4 present in that item.

Another copy of this same alternative page 4 exists in the archive. We have not cataloged it as a separate item, because we believe it to have been typed at the same time as this one. The two documents share the same idiosyncrasies of this one (see, for instance, the letters Ou at the end of the first paragraph on both documents, which appear to be the start of the word Out, which was then retyped on the next line as the first word of a new paragraph. The main differences between the two documents appear to be the smudging on the words burying ground in the fourth paragraph and Florida at the very end, as well as the damage to the edges. One of these pages is, perhaps, a carbon copy of the other.

Creator

Viola Muse

Source

Jacksonville Historical Society, Viola Muse Collection, Folder 3, Item 4

Publisher

The Viola Muse Digital Edition, University of North Florida

Date

1936-1940

Contributor

Melinda Peacock (document scanning)
Zariah Grant (transcription)
Thomas Brandenburger (encoding and edition)
Laura Heffernan (edition)
Tru Leverette (edition)
Clayton McCarl (edition)

Rights

Made public online with the permission of the Jacksonville Historical Society

Format

Typed, one page

Language

EN

Type

Biographical Narrative
Historical Narrative

Identifier

jhs-195918-03-04

Coverage

19th Century Florida

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Files

jhs-195918-03-04-01.tif

Citation

Viola Muse, “Alternative page 4 of "Early Jacksonville History: Introduction" (3 of 3),” The Viola Muse Digital Edition, accessed June 30, 2022, http://violamuse.unfdhi.org/items/show/112.

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