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This is a listing for journals of the House of Representatives of the Florida state government.
Florida's American territorial government was begun in 1822, and at some point its legislative council became bicameral. Florida became a state in 1845, with a State House and Senate. Florida seceded from the United States in 1861, and its legislature continued to meet during secession. It was readmitted to the Union in 1868. Its legislature (formerly known as the General Assembly) meets to this day.
Persistent Archives of Complete Issues
- 1841: Google Books has the journal for the 1841 sessions of the Legislative Council's Senate and House, bound in a single volume. (The House journal appears second, after the Senate journal.)
- 1846: Google Books has the journal for the first Senate and House session, bound in a single volume. (The House journal appears second, after the Senate journal.)
- 1847: Google Books has the journal for the 1847 Senate and House sessions, bound in a single volume.
- 1860: Documenting the American South has a transcription of the journal of the 10th session, begun in 1860.
- 1860: The Internet Archive has page images for the journal of the 10th session, begun in 1860.
- 1861: Documenting the American South has the journal of the 11th session, begun in 1861.
- 1861: The Internet Archive has page images for the journal of the 11th session, begun in 1861.
- 1863: The Internet Archive has page images for the journal of the 12th session, begun in 1863.
- 1997-2008: The Florida Senate web site has recent years of the House journals (as well as its own Senate journals).
- 2003-present: The Florida House's Documents section has journals for sessions from 2003 to the present. You must select the session desired. They also have a Historic Journals section (see the site map) that may have older journals.
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