A New York bookseller, Warshaw assembled this collection over nearly fifty years. The Warshaw Collection of Business Americana: Florida forms part of the Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Subseries 1.2: Geographical Categories. An overview to the entire Warshaw collection is available here: Warshaw Collection of Business Americana
Includes talk delivered to Governor Jackson September 19, 1821; extract of a communication from Mr Penieres, sub-agent for Indian Affairs in Florida, to General Jackson, July 15, 1821; and part of a letter from William P. Duval, from the Florida Agency, February 22, 1826; Florida population from Reise durch die Floridas, by Bromme, 1837, 1 page.
Miscellaneous papers as follows: Gatschet,- The Timucua Language. Florida Linguistics-- Mouilla, Pareja, Sedeno. Florida Springs. Chichimees in Florida. Yamassee War, 1715. Mobilians. Yamasee. Creeks- Adair. Apalachees, Conchaques, Alibamons, Apalachicolys. Cannibals Defined, 1520. Narvaez, 1528. Timucua. Ais. Cuban Colony and the Arawaks. Caloosas...
Newspaper clippings giving accounts of researches in Florida. Miscellaneous
18 drawings of specimens presented to the Bureau of American Ethnology by Miss Richmond, who met Dr. Fewkes at Weeden Island, near St. Petersburg, Florida during the Spring of 1924.
Image of Seminole women and girl with a visiting woman, probably made in or near Silver Springs, Florida.
Original record consists of 16 catalog cards with handwritten entries and pen-and-ink sketches of specimens.