Amos Beebe Eaton:

A Soldier's Journal of the Second Seminole Indian War

The following represents a selection of materials dealing with the Second Seminole Indian War published during the 1830's.  The links are to the online catalog record.  From the IBISWEB catalog records more holdings on the subject can be found.

Alvord, Benjamin. Address Before the Dialectic Society of the Corps of Cadets, in Commemoration of the Gallant Conduct of the Nine graduates of the Military Academy, and Other Officers of the United States' Army, who Fell in the Battles Which Took Place in Florida, on the 28th of December, 1835, and the 25th of December, 1837; the Former called Dade's Battle, the Latter, the Battle of Okee-cho-bee. Delivered at West Point, N. Y., on the 29th December, 1838. By Lieutenant Benjamin Alvord, U.S.A.  New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1839.

Barr, James.  A Correct and Authentic Narrative of the Indian War in Florida.  New York:   J. Narine,  1836.

Biddle, Richard.  Remarks of Mr. Biddle, on the SeminoleWar. Delivered in the House of Representatives, January 24, 1838 and June 5, 1838.   Washington: Printed at the Office of Niles' National register, 1838.

Cherokee Nation. Peace Commission to the Seminole Indians.  Seminole and Cherokee Indians.  Memorial of the Cherokee Mediators.  Washington:   T. Allen, 1838.

Cohen, Myer M.  Notices of Florida and the Campaigns.  Charleston, South Carolina:  Burges & Honour, New-York, B. B. Hussey, 1836.

Hunt, Hiram P.  Speech of Mr. Hunt, of New York, in the House of Representatives, on the Expenses of the Florida War, July 11, 1840.  Troy: Printed by James M. Stevenson, 1840.

Jesup, Thomas S. Seminole Saga; the Jesup Report.  Fort Myers Beach, Florida:  Island Press, 1973.   Reprint of a work first issued in 1838 as Senate document 507, 25th Congress, 2d session under title: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting a report from Major General Jesup of his operations whilst commanding the Army in Florida, in compliance with a resolution of the Senate of the 6th instant; with new introduction by Byron L. Troyer.

A Narrative of the Life and Sufferings of Mrs. Jane Johns, Who was Barbarously Wounded and Scalped by
Seminole Indians, in East Florida ... Published Exclusively for her Benefit
.   Baltimore:  Printed by J. Lucas & E. K. Deaver, 1837.

Potter, Woodburne. The War in Florida: Being an Exposition of its Causes, and an Accurate History of the Campaigns of Generals Clinch, Gaines, and Scott... By a Late Staff Officer. Baltimore: Lewis and Coleman, 1836.

Sketch of the Seminole War, and Sketches During a Campaign. By a Lieutenant of the Left Wing.   Charleston: Dan J. Dowling, 1836.

A True and Authentic Account of the Indian War in Florida, Giving the Particulars Respecting the Murder of the Widow Robbins, and the Providential Escape of her Daughter Aurelia, and her Lover, Mr. Charles Somers, after Suffering Almost Innumerable Hardships.    New York:  Saunders & Van Welt, 1836.