Cedar Keys Living History

 Saturday, February 8, Cedar Key City Park, 10 AM – 4 PM


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Schedule of Events for the Living History, February 8, 2020 (Coming)

Poster IconEvent Poster

Battle Sequence-1 Page-1Battle Sequence (Maps showing the movements of the various troops)

Hidden Coast Article-1Hidden Coast Magazine Article “155th Anniversary of the Civil War Skirmish at Station No. 4 Cedar Keys”

Official RecordsExcerpts from the Official Records of the Civil War pertaining to the event

Post ReturnPost Returns of U.S. Forces Stationed at Cedar Keys, July, 1864-June, 1865

2nd Fla Cav Co H2nd Florida Cavalry, Co. H, Capt. Dickison Roster

CowCavListCapt. Edward J. Lutterloh’s Company, First Florida Cow Cavalry (2nd file from “Soldiers of Florida in the Seminole Indian-Civil and Spanish-American Wars.” Prepared and published under the supervision of the Board of State Institutions, May 14, 1903)

USCT pr008082nd Infantry Regiment United States Colored Troops Living History Association

florida secessiom flagHistory of the flag of the State of Florida

Contest for Confederate Flag-Icon1History of the Confederate National Flag     (Chart Only)

Cannon at Cedar Key State Museum, Cedar Key, Fla  Presentation – Civil War in Levy County” – with Notes    – Short (6/page) Version

jjdickison2“Dickison and His Men, Reminiscences of the War in Florida”, by Mary Dickison, 1890  -Part 1     -Part 2

McCull1 “My National Troubles” The Civil War Papers of William McCullough a Floridian in the US Army. 

FrierJournal of Joshua Hoyet Frier (1859-1865), a Unionist in Northern Florida.

SMHankins1“My Recollections of the Confederate War”, by S.M.Hankins 1st Fla Reserves