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Florida was a disputed possession of England, France, and Spain in turn until it finally became a possession of the United States in 1821. A board of land commissioners for West Florida was established in 1822 and for East Florida in 1823 to process claims to lands previously granted by other nations. These documents, as well as land ancestries and homestead records, are at the Florida State Archives.  
 
Florida was a disputed possession of England, France, and Spain in turn until it finally became a possession of the United States in 1821. A board of land commissioners for West Florida was established in 1822 and for East Florida in 1823 to process claims to lands previously granted by other nations. These documents, as well as land ancestries and homestead records, are at the Florida State Archives.  
 
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Extinct or Renamed Counties: <br>[[Benton County, Florida|Benton]] | [[Dade County, Florida|Dade]] | [[Fayette County, Florida|Fayette]] | [[Mosquito County, Florida|Mosquito]] | [[New River County, Florida|New River]]  
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'''Extinct or Renamed Counties:''' [[Benton County, Florida|Benton]] | [[Dade County, Florida|Dade]] | [[Fayette County, Florida|Fayette]] | [[Mosquito County, Florida|Mosquito]] | [[New River County, Florida|New River]]
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=== Major Repositories  ===
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[[Florida State Archives]]{{·}} [[State Library of Florida]]{{·}} [[P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History]]{{·}} [[Alma Clyde Library of Florida History]]{{·}} [[John C. Pace Library]]{{·}} [[University of Miami]]{{·}} [[University of South Florida]]{{·}} [[Orlando Public Library]]{{·}} [[National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta)]]{{·}} [[Dallas Public Central Library]]
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=== Migration Routes  ===
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[[Apalachicola River]]{{·}} [[Atlantic Coast Ports]]{{·}} [[St. John's River]]{{·}} [[Suwannee River]]{{·}} [[Alachua-Tampa Bay Trail]]{{·}} [[Augusta-St. Augustine Trail]]{{·}} [[Jacksonville-Apalachee Bay Trail]]{{·}} [[Jacksonville-St. Augustine Trail]]{{·}} [[Old Trading Path]]{{·}} [[St. Augustinge-Apalachee Trail]]{{·}} [[St. Augustine-Flint River Trail]]{{·}} [[St. Augustine-Savannah Road]]{{·}} [[Savannah-Jacksonville Trail]]{{·}} [[Tugaloo-Apalachee Bay Trail]]{{·}} [[Upper Creeks-Pensacola Trail]]  
  
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'''Wiki articles describing online collections are found at:'''  
 
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Florida was a disputed possession of England, France, and Spain in turn until it finally became a possession of the United States in 1821. A board of land commissioners for West Florida was established in 1822 and for East Florida in 1823 to process claims to lands previously granted by other nations. These documents, as well as land ancestries and homestead records, are at the Florida State Archives.

   How to Find Information about Florida, United States Genealogy Ancestors
 

1. Birth Information
2. Marriage Information
3. Death Information

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Online Records


Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties: Benton | Dade | Fayette | Mosquito | New River

Major Repositories

Florida State Archives · State Library of Florida · P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History · Alma Clyde Library of Florida History · John C. Pace Library · University of Miami · University of South Florida · Orlando Public Library · National Archives Southeast Region (Atlanta) · Dallas Public Central Library

Migration Routes

Apalachicola River · Atlantic Coast Ports · St. John's River · Suwannee River · Alachua-Tampa Bay Trail · Augusta-St. Augustine Trail · Jacksonville-Apalachee Bay Trail · Jacksonville-St. Augustine Trail · Old Trading Path · St. Augustinge-Apalachee Trail · St. Augustine-Flint River Trail · St. Augustine-Savannah Road · Savannah-Jacksonville Trail · Tugaloo-Apalachee Bay Trail · Upper Creeks-Pensacola Trail

Research Tools

Wiki articles describing online collections are found at:

Historical Associations of Northwest Florida (the Panhandle):

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