Tallahassee: Office of the Floridian: Printed by Samuel S. Sibley. 1846 [i.e., 1847]. Nine bound volumes, containing twelve legislative sessions, bound in later cloth except as otherwise noted. Some institutional marks, overall Very Good.
We offer the following:
a] SECOND SESSION. THE ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, PASSED AT ITS SECOND SESSION... Tallahassee: 1846 [i.e., 1847]. 99, V pp. Prominent perforation stamp on title leaf, a couple of other institutional marks, lacking the free endpapers. Florida joined the Union in 1845; this was its second meeting as a State. Servies 3243.
b] SIXTH SESSION. THE ACTS AND RESOLUTIONS... Tallahassee: 1853. 193, X pp.
c] SEVENTH SESSION... Tallahassee: 1855. 101, X pp. [bound with]
d] SEVENTH SESSION... ADJOURNED SESSION. Tallahassee: 1855. 66, VI pp.
e] EIGHTH SESSION... Tallahassee: 1857. 85, V pp.
f] NINTH SESSION... Tallahassee: 1859. 167, XIII pp. [bound with]
g] ADJOURNED SESSION. 1859... Tallahassee: 1859. 103, VIII pp.
h] FIRST SESSION, 10TH GEN. ASS., 1860. Tallahassee: 1860. 242, XIV pp. Title page in facsimile.
i] ELEVENTH SESSION, 1861. Tallahassee: 1862. 79, VI pp. Parrish & Willingham 2733.
j] 1ST, SESS. 13TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 1864. Tallahassee: 1865. 46, IV pp. Parrish & Willingham 2736.
k] FOURTEENTH SESSION... DECEMBER 18, 1865. Tallahassee: 1866. 156, IX, XXXII pp. [bound with]
l] 2D SESSION- 14TH GEN. ASSEMBLY- 1866... Tallahassee: 1867. 95, VIII pp.
An illuminating picture of Florida's development from the beginning of statehood, through the Civil War, its resulting devastation, and early Reconstruction, with the Constitution of 1865 abolishing slavery but establishing special Black Codes for the regulation of the life of the former slaves. Item #31802