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Material Information

Title:
Joe Knetsch Collection
Physical Description:
0.21 : (1 box) ;
Language:
English
Creator:
Knetsch, Joe

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Seminole Indians -- Wars   ( lcsh )
Surveyors -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre:
ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Scope and Content:
Collection primarily consists of published articles and papers presented at conferences, meetings, and symposiums. The majority of the articles in the collection have been deaccessioned due to statewide availability and duplication. Joe Knetsch's curriculum vitae is also included.
Preferred Citation:
Joe Knetsch Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
Acquisition:
Joe Knetsch
Biographical:
Dr. Joe Knetsch earned his PhD in History from Florida State University in 1900. Since 1987, Knetsch has served as the historian for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Division of State Lands, Bureau of Survey and Mapping. He has authored numerous articles on the history of surveying, in addition to papers presented and courses taught on the subject. Published books include iFlorida's Seminole Wars, 1817-1858/i.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at [url=http://www.copyright.gov/%C2%A0]http://www.copyright.gov/[/url]for more information.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - K12
usfldc handle - u29.163-k12-ead
System ID:
SFS0031980:00001


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LIB122
Tampa, FL, 33620-5400
URL: http://www.lib.usf.edu/
Email: rbernard@usf.edu
Phone: 813-974-1622
Fax: 813-396-9006
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Guide to the Joe Knetsch Collection
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Dr. Joe Knetsch earned his PhD in History from Florida State University in 1900. Since 1987, Knetsch has served as the historian for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Division of State Lands, Bureau of Survey and Mapping. He has authored numerous articles on the history of surveying, in addition to papers presented and courses taught on the subject. Published books include emph render italic Florida's Seminole Wars, 1817-1858.
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ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION
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Acquisition Information:
Donation
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Processing Information:
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Separated Materials:
Articles deaccessioned due to statewide availability/duplication
The Alabama-Florida Line: The Early History of an Old Controversy. For Southern Boundary Symposium, Mobile, AL.  8 April 1999.
An Angel in Tarpon Springs: A Brief Life History of Mary J. Safford. Joe Knetsch, Ph.D. and Don Ivey. Punta Pinal Newsletter: The Pinellas County Historical Society, vol. XXIV, no II. (Spring 2000)
Benjamin Putnam and the Battle of Dunlawton: A Reappraisal. For The Halifax Historical Society, Daytona Beach, FL.  29 January 1998.
A Brief History of Swamp and Overflowed. Professional Surveyor Magazine. (May 2004)
Cantoment Morgan: Cedar Keys, 1841- 1843. At Home: Citrus County Historical Society vol.19, no. 6. (November/December 2003)
Captain Sam Hope: Pinellas Pioneer. Punta Pinal Newsletter: The Pinellas County Historical Society, vol. XXIV, no II. (Spring 2000)
Clearing the Cove: The Worth Campaign of 1841.  For The Citrus County Historical Society, Crystal River, FL.  18 February 2000.
D.A. Spaulding in Florida: A Special man with Exceptional Talent. The Florida Surveyor.  (November 2005)
David Levy Yulee and the Development of Antebellum Florida. For Amelia Island Museum of History. 23 April 1998.
The Development of Amelia Island in the Second Spanish Period: The Impact of George J.F. Clarke.  For The Amelia Island Museum of History, Fernandina Beach, FL.  26 March 1999.
Finding the Way: Early Mapping Challenges and the Development of Charlotte Harbor. For Charlotte Harbor Impact Symposium, Port Charlotte, FL.  14 May 1999.
Floridas Revolutionary Heritage: U.S. Deputy Surveyors, Henry Washington & A.M. Randolph. Presented to the Tallahassee Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.  15 December 1990.
General Strategy and the Second Seminole War. For Marion county historical Society and the Micanopy Historical Society, Ocala, FL. 19 June 1999
Hamilton Disston and the Development of Florida.  For Central Florida Community College, Ocala, Fl.  8 February 1997
Hardships and Inconveniences of a Camp Life: Life in the Forts During the Seminole Wars. For Manatee County Historical Society.  19 April 1995.
Historical Review of. Benjamin A. Putnam and the Office of Surveyor General, Part 1. The Florida Surveyor (March 1999)
Historical Review of. The Surveying Career of Francis Littlebury Dancy: The Years as Surveyor General. The Florida Surveyor (January ____ )
The Impact of the Armed Occupation Act of 1842 on the Development of Florida. For Gulf South History and Humanities Conference, Pensacola, FL. 15 October 1999.
The Impact of the Bureau of Topographical Engineers on the Development of Florida. For Florida Surveyors and Mappers Society, St. Augustine, FL.  16 August 2000.
The Land Grants of Moses E. Levy and the Development of Central Florida: The Practical Side. For The Micanopy Historical Society.  10 January 1998.
The Prime Meridian Marker: Its Meaning and Place in History. The Florida Surveyor (March ____ )
Impossibilities Not Required: The Surveying Career of Albert W. Gilchrist. Presented to the Gasparilla Historical Society.  14 November 1995.
Into the Cove Again the Gates Withlacoochee: Expedition of 1841.  At Home: Citrus County Historical Society vol.22, no. 2. (March/April 2006)
More than a Condiment: The Importance of Salt During the War Between the States in Florida. For The Winnie Davis Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy.  16 September 1995.
A New Look at Madison Starke Perry, Floridas 4super th Governor. For Micanopy Historical Society, 11 January 1997.
Private Land Claims: Sources of the Problems. Professional Surveyor Magazine. (October 2004)
Recovering from the Hurricanes: Lessons of the Past. The Florida Surveyor.  (July 2005)
Salt and the Civil War in Florida. For Sons of Confederate Veterans, Joseph Finley Camp.  14 Mary 1996.
Spanish Land Grants: A Problem for Florida Surveyors: The Case of George J.F. Clarke.
Surveying the Escambia Country: The Troubled Times of Benjamin Clements. For The Pensacola Historical Society.  20 March 1995.
Surveys and Surveyors of Southwestern Florida. For Bonita Springs Historical Society. 29 February 2000.
Surveys and Surveyors of Southwestern Florida. The Florida Surveyor. May 2003.
Surveys, Surveyors, and the DNR Collections on Early Florida. Prepared for Tallahassee Geneological [sic] Society.  25 September 1990.
Timber Agents in the Big Bend: 1870s-1800s: the Case of C.T. Jenkins vs. Howell T. Lykes. For Florida Historical Society 93rd Annual Meeting, Tallahassee, FL. 19 May 1995.
Timber Agents in the Big Bend: E.J. Berry, James Stephens and the Conflict Over Timber Rights. For The Dixie County Historical Society, Cross City, FL.  25 October 1999.
Timber Agents, the law and Lumbering in Historic Citrus County, Florida: The Early Decades.  For Citrus County Historical Society, 22 January 1999.
Untiring, Faithful and Efficient: A Life of Francis Littlebury Dancy.  For the Putnam County Sesquicentennial committee, Interlachen, FL.  25 February 1999
William Jenkins Worth and the Military Colonization of Florida. For The Micanopy Historical Society.  8 January 2000.
Worths Southern Prong and the Exploration of the Homosassa River. At Home: Citrus County Historical Society vol.17, no. 3. (May/June 2000)
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Conditions Governing Access:
None.  The contents of this collection may be subject to copyright.  Visit the United States Copyright Office's website at extref linktype simple show embed actuate onrequest href http:www.copyright.gov%C2%A0 http://www.copyright.gov/for more information.
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Preferred Citation:
Joe Knetsch Collection, Special Collections Department, Tampa Library, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida.
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Arrangement of Materials:
Collection is organized within series alphabetically by subject.
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Scope and Contents
Collection primarily consists of published articles and papers presented at conferences, meetings, and symposiums. The majority of the articles in the collection have been deaccessioned due to statewide availability and duplication. Joe Knetsch's curriculum vitae is also included.
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