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- Florida Trails, As Seen From Jacksonville to Key West and From November to April Inclusive (Boston: Small, Maynard and Company, c1910), by Winthrop Packard (illustrated HTML at kellscraft.com)
- A concise natural history of East and West Florida; containing an account of the natural produce of all the southern part of British America, in the three kingdoms of nature, particularly the animal and vegetable. : Likewise, the artificial produce now raised, or possible to be raised, and manufactured there, with some commercial and political observations in that part of the world; and a chorographical account of the same. : To which is added, by way of appendix, plain and easy directions to navigators over the bank of Bahama, the coast of the two Floridas, the north of Cuba, and the dangerous Gulph Passage. Noting also, the hitherto unknown watering places in that part of America, intended principally for the use of such vessels as may be so unfortunate as to be distressed by weather in that difficult part of the world. / By Captain Bernard Romans. ; Illustrated with twelve copper plates, and two whole sheet maps. ; Vol. I. (New-York: : Printed for the author,, M,DCC,LXXV. ), by Bernard Romans, William Brown, John Ellis, and Bernard Romans (HTML at Evans TCP)