Florida Fiasco: Rampant Rebels on the Georgia-Florida Border, 1810-1815 by Rembert W. PatrickFlorida Fiasco: Rampant Rebels on the Georgia-Florida Border, 1810-1815 by Rembert W. Patrick

Florida Fiasco: Rampant Rebels on the Georgia-Florida Border, 1810-1815

byRembert W. Patrick

Paperback | May 1, 2010

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Published in 1954, Rembert Patrick’s Florida Fiasco details the aggressive schemes developed by President Madison and Secretary of State Monroe in the attempted acquisition of Florida. Patrick shows that George Mathews’s influence over General John McIntosh inspired him to plan a revolt in east Florida in the hopes of turning the conquered territory over to Mathews. The plot was thwarted when Spanish minister Luis de Onis heard of the coming attack and appealed to the British. Thus begins the five-year attempt which was led in succession by George Mathews, David Mitchell, and Thomas A. Mitchell. Patrick’s account includes the plotting of undercover agents, manipulation of discontented nationals, denials by high officials, and adventurers seeking rich rewards.
Rembert W. Patrick (d. 1967) was a chairman of the University of Florida department of history. He is the author of many other books including Florida under Five Flags, The Reconstruction of the Nation, and Jefferson Davis and His Cabinet. The Florida Historical Society created an annual book award in Patrick's name in honor of his dis...
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Title:Florida Fiasco: Rampant Rebels on the Georgia-Florida Border, 1810-1815Format:PaperbackDimensions:370 pages, 9.02 × 6.02 × 0.81 inPublished:May 1, 2010Publisher:University Of Georgia PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0820335495

ISBN - 13:9780820335490

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