Florida History Online - Zephaniah Kingsley
"The Florida Pamphlet," [response to Kingsley's Treatise], Genius of Universal Emancipation, May 1831. [432 KB pdf]
"General Intelligence," [Kingsley's slaves report leaving Drayton Island because of Indians], Zion's Herald, July 19, 1831.
Article excerpt, from: The Floridian, (Tallahassee, FL) Saturday, April 04, 1840; Issue 36; col C; Letter, Moses Levy to Zephaniah Kingsley, from: The Floridian, (Tallahassee, FL) Saturday, April 04, 1840; Issue 36; col C; "Emigration to Haiti," The Sun (Baltimore), Wednesday, November 11, 1840; "Kingsley's Plantation," Emancipator and Free American (Boston), September 1, 1842; Zephaniah Kingsley's Obituary, St. Augustine News, 30 September 1843;
The executors' response (Benjamin A. Putnam and Kingsley B. Gibbs) to the petition of Anna M. J. Kingsley, widow of Zephaniah Kingsley. September 5, 1846. (M87-20, Florida State Archives, Tallahassee)
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