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Alvers, Nancy Cooley.  Welaka at the Turn of the Century.  n. p., 1987.  120pp.

Alvers, Nancy Cooley, and Janice Smith Mahaffey.  Our Place in Time: A Chronology.  Palatka: Palatka Printing Co., 1995.

---.  Putnam County Census Reports 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880, 1885 and Marriages, 1849-1887.  San Mateo: Palvers Publishing, 1999. 426pp.

---.  Putnam County Census Reports 1900 and Marriages, 1885-1900.  San Mateo: Palvers Publishing, 1999. 300pp.

---.  Putnam County Census Reports 1910 and Marriages,1901-1910.  San Mateo: Palvers Publishing, 1999. 340pp.

---.  Putnam County Census Reports 1920 and Marriages, 1911-1920.  San Mateo: Palvers Publishing, 1999. 368pp.

Alvers, Nancy Cooley, Janice Smith Mahaffey, and Cora Solana Middleton.  San Mateo: God's Country. Palatka: Palatka Printing Co., 1993.

Alvers, Nancy Cooley, and Opal Parker Middleton.  Our Journey Through Time: Pomona Park, 1874-1994. Palatka, 1994.

Bardin, Nettie R.  A Compiled and Condensed Study of the Minutes of the Peniel Baptist Church, 1852-1952. n. p., 195?.

Bill, Ledyard.  A Winter in Florida. 2d ed.  New York: Wood & Holbrook, 1869.  3d ed.  1870.  4th ed. 1870.

Blakey, Arch Frederic, Ann Smith Lainhart, and Winston Bryant Stephens Jr., eds.  Rose Cottage Chronicles: Civil War Letters of the Bryant-Stephens Family of North Florida.  Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1998.

Braddock-Turner Feud, article on.  Heritage Quest no. 13(Nov., 1987).

Britt, Lora Sinks.  A Century for Christ: History of the First Baptist Church, Palatka, Florida, 1870-1970. Palatka: Brittany House, 1975.  112pp.

---. "Indian Fighter: This Putnam County pioneer was a jurist, Indian fighter, and legislator."  North Florida Living (Jan., 1984): 32-3.  Article on Benjamin Putnam.

Cabell, Branch, and A. J. Hanna. The St. Johns: A Parade of DiversitiesRivers of America.  New York,
1943.

Canova, Andrew P.  Life and Adventures in South Florida, assisted by L. S. Perkins with an intoduction by the Honarable R. W. Davis, Palatka, Florida.  Palatka: Southern Sun Publishing House, 1885.  136pp.  Tampa: Tribune Printing Co., 1906.  158pp.  Canova was a resident of Palatka.

Carleton House (Palatka).  Untitled brochure (1877).  PKY. Box 16.

Carter, Clarence Edwin, ed.  The Territorial Papers of the United States.  Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office.  Vol. 22, The Territory of Florida, 1821-1824.  1956.  Vol. 23, The Territory of Florida, 1824-1828.  1958.  Vol. 24, The Territory of Florida, 1828-1834.  1959.  Vol. 25, The Territory of Florida, 1834-1839.  1960.  Vol. 26, The Territory of Florida, 1839-1845.  1962.

Cash, William Thomas.  The Story of Florida.  4 vols.  New York, 1938.  Includes biographies.

Chapin, George M.  Florida, 1513-1913, past and future; four hundred years of war and peace and industrial development.  2 vols.  Chicago, 1914.  Includes biographies of J. C. Calhoun, E. S. Crill, W. M. Davis, H. O. Hamm, R. J. Hancock, E. H. Hart, E. S. Hubbard, Henry Hutchinson, C. A. Knowlton, H. A. B. McKenzie, W. S. Middleton, G. F. Sprague, J. F. Tenney, and W. G. Tilghman.

Chapin, George H.  Health Resorts of the South: containing numerous engravings descriptive of the most desirable health and pleasure resorts of the Southern states.  Boston: George H. Chapin, 1889.  The 1889 edition contains sections on both St. Augustine and Palatka.  The State Library of Florida has the 1893 edition which contains a section on St. Augustine only.  Duke University has a copy of the 1889 edition.

Chamber of Commerce of San Mateo.  San Mateo! On the beautiful St. John's and the scenic highway. Chamber of Commerce of San Mateo, 19??.  Promotional brochure in possession of anonymous private collector.

Clark, Patricia, ed.  "A Tale to Tell from Paradise Itself: George Bancroft's Letters from Florida, March 1855." Florida Historical Quarterly 48(Jan., 1970): 264-78.  Letters from Palatka, Ocala, Orange Springs, St. Augustine, and Jacksonville.

Clark, Susan.  A Historic Tour Guide of Palatka and Putnam County, Florida.  Palatka, 1992.

Company D, Spanish-American War muster, 1898, article on.  Southern Genealogists Exchange Quarterly vol. 5, no. 29(Spring, 1964).

Corse, Carita Doggett. "Denys Rolle and Rolletown."  Florida Historical Quarterly 7(Oct., 1928): 115-134.

Crabtree, Ralph B.  Welaka, Taut with Dreams of Yesterday.  n. p., 1984.  Twelve leaves.  PKY.

Crescent City Census of 1902, article on.  Pastfinders of South Lake County Genealogy Society vol. 1, no. 1(Summer, 1996).

Crescent City reminiscences, article on.  Southern Genealogists Exchange Quarterly vol. 31, no. 135(Sept., 1990).

Cutler, Harry Gardner.  History of Florida, past and present, historical and biographical.  3 vols.  Chicago and New York, 1923.  Includes biographies.

Davis, G. M., and Son.  Catalogue No. 7 of Cypress Tanks Covers and Gauges.  n. p., c. 1907.  Copies in the possession of Robert Tindall and the State Library of Florida.

---.  Catalogue No. 8 of Cypress Tanks and Steel Towers.  St. Augustine: The Record Co., n. d.  Published after 1911. 32pp.  Copy in possession of Robert Tindall.

---.  Cypress Tanks and Steel Towers, catalogue no. 10.  n. p., c. 193?.  Copy in the possession of Meri Lin MacGibbon.

---.  Cypress Tanks and Steel Towers, catalogue no. 11.  n. p., c. 1944.  Copy in the possession of Robert Tindall

Davis, Walter M.  Ordinances of the City of Palatka, Florida. Revised and arranged under the authority of and adopted by the City Council of Palatka, Florida.  Jacksonville: Vance Publishing Co., 1895.  124pp.  Two copies at Saint Johns River Community College library.  Copy at the State Library of Florida.

De Berard, Ella Teague.  Steamboats in the Hyacinths.  Daytona Beach, 1956.

Dickison, Colonel J. J.  Military History of FloridaConfederate Military History.  vol. 11.  Atlanta, 1899.

Dickison, Mary Elizabeth.  Dickison and His Men: Reminiscences of the War in Florida.  Louisville: Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., 1890.  Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 1962.  Jacksonville: San Marco Bookstore, 1984.

Dowda, Robert.  History of Palatka and Putnam County.  n. p., 1939.

Drummond Cemetery, article on.  Latchua Country News vol. 12, no. 1(March, 1993).

Edgefield on the St. Johns, article on.  Annals of Edgefield District (South Carolina) 12(Dec., 1990).

1850 Florida Census: Calhoun, Levy, Putnam Counties.  Jacksonville: The Southern Genealogist's Exchange Society, 1973.

Ellsworth, H. R., compiler.  The Times-Herald Year book for 1928 and citizens' manual of Palatka and Putnam County, Florida.  Palatka: Times-Herald, 1928.  72pp.  PKY.

First Baptist Church of Palatka.  Anniversary Number. Nov. 4, 1928. The First Baptist Church, Palatka. Rev. W. C. Norman, Pastor. (n.p., 1928).  Copy at Putnam County Historical Society.

Florida Earth: The Real Estate Weekly vol. 2, no. 9(Sept. 4, 1925).  32pp.  PKY.  Palatka number of a journal published in Orlando.

Florida Federal Writers Program.  Putnam County, description, history, map, etc.  n. p., 1936.  PKY.  Carbon copy of typescript from Federal Writers Project.

Florida Times Union.  Nov. 24, 1909.  Contains a large promotional article on Putnam County.

"A fountain opened: first church in Palatka, 1856."  New York Observer.  March 6, 1856.

Georgetown Cemetery, article on.  Huxford Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 15, no. 4(Dec., 1988).

Grand Musicale.  New Howell Theatre, Tuesday, April 14, 1914.  Palatka: Gem City Printery, 1914.  Flyer in possession of anonymous private collector.

The Grand Opening of St. Monica's Church Organ, Tuesday, September 9, Nineteen Thirty.  n. p., 1930.  In possession of anonymous private collector.

Gray, Edward Wurtz.  Biography of Henry Alexander Gray.  Palatka: privately published, 1922.  PKY.  Box 48.

Grove, H. D.  Early Steamboating on the St. Johns.  Gainesville, 1916.

Gum Creek Cemetery, article on.  Pastfinders of South Lake County Genealogy Society vol. 1, no. 1(Summer, 1996).

Harper's Weekly.  Feb. 7 and 14, 1880.  Covers Grant's trip to Florida including his trip up the Ocklawaha River.

High, Hugh.  A History of Peniel Baptist Church.  Peniel, 1952.

History of St. Mark's Church in Palatka.  n. p.: 1919?.  16pp.  PKY.  Original and microfilm copy (Film 41.3) at the State Library of Florida.  Copies at Putnam County Historical Society.

Hoffman, Lynn A., and Mary E. Murphy-Hoffman.  Putnam County, Florida: Interments in Oakhill Cemetery. n. p., 1996.  Includes maps.

---.  Putnam County, Florida: Interments in Westview and St. Monica Cemeteries.  n. p., 1997.  Includes maps.  Previously published in the Putnam County Genealogical Society Quarterly Journal.

A Home among the Orange Groves, in Crescent City, Florida.  Jacksonville: Tri-Weekly Sun, 1876.  32pp. PKY.  F.2 P98 C.

Hopwood, Fred A.  The Rockledge, Florida Steamboat Line.  Melbourne: the author, 1993.  History of a steamboat line of which Hubbard L. Hart was part owner.

Howard, Kennie L.  Yesterday in Florida.  New York: Carlton Press, 1970.  About Melrose.

Howgate, Henry W.  Notes on Florida Prepared with Special Reference to the Howgate Grant on Lake George.  New York: B. H. Tyrrel, 1881.

"Ichatucknee Plantation."  Florida Living ?(April, 1990): 29-36.  ?(June, 1990): 21-26.  Letters of Ambrose Hart from Dec. 18, 1866 to April 2, 1876.  Largely about Columbia County but author had relatives in the Federal Point area.

In the Heart of Florida.  Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs.  Ocklawaha and St. Johns Navigation Co.  Hart Line Season of 1902 35th Season.  n. p., 1902.  In possession of anonymous private collector.

Kennerly, C. H.  Facts and Figures or the A B C of Florida Trucking.  St. Augustine: The Record Co., 1911. Copies in possession of Meri Lin MacGibbon and Robert Tindall.

Keuchel, Edward F., and Robin Jeanne Sellers.  Family, Community, Business Enterprise: The Millers of Crescent City, Florida.  Tallahassee: Sentry Press, 1998.  125 pp.

King, Edward.  The Great South.  2 vols.  Hartford, CT: American Publishing Co., 1875.  Illustrated.  New
York: B. Franklin, 1969.  Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1972.  Pages 398-415 deal with the Palatka area, the Ocklawaha River, and Silver Springs.

Knetsch, Joe.  Statesman in the Land: The Life of Benjamin A. Putnam.  n. p., 1995.  PKY.  Speech
presented before the Putnam County Sesquicentennial Committee.

---.  "A Statesman on the Land: The Multifaceted Career of Benjamin Alexander Putnam."  El Escribano
34(1997): 98-129.

---.  "A Well Connected Man: The Career of Marcellus A. Williams."  Broward Legacy ?(?, 199?): 2-10.

Lake Como-Pomona Park Cemetery, article on.  Ancestry vol. 10, no. 2(April, 1975), vol. 10, no. 3(July, 1975).

Larkin House (Palatka).  Untitled brochure (1877).  PKY.  Box 16.

Leigh, Frances Butler.  Ten Years on a Georgia Plantation since the War.  London: R. Bentley and Son, 1883. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969.  Savannah: Library of Georgia, 1992.  Includes a description of a trip to Palatka.

Lucas' New Line: season of 1903; Ocklawaha River and Silver Springs, Florida; Schedule-Steamer
Metamora
.  Palatka: The News Print Co., 1903.  Original (Fla 917.59 L933 Trade PB) and microfilm copy (Film 5.2) at State Library of Florida.

Makers of America, an historical and biographical work by an able corps of writers published under the patronage of the Florida Historical Society, Jacksonville, Florida.  3 vols.  Atlanta, 1909.  Includes biographies of Noah James Tilghman, Robert Wych Davis, and Charles Henry Racey.

Mann, W. H. Florida.  n. p., n. d.  Undated promotional brochure about Mannville in Putnam County.  Copy located at Florida State University, Special Collections, MSS 0:113, item number six of Florida Promotional and Historical Materials.

Michaels, Brian E.  The River Flows North: A History of Putnam County, Florida.  Palatka, 1986.

Mitchell, C. Bradford.  "Paddle-Wheel Inboard: Some of the History of Ocklawaha River Steamboating and of the Hart Line."  The American Neptune Part 1, 7(April, 1947): 115-166.  Part 2, 7(July, 1947): 224- 239. Providence, R. I.: Steamship Historical Society of America, 1983.

Moore, Clarence B.  As to Copper from the Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida.  Philadelphia: The Levytype Co., 1894.

---.  Certain River Mounds of Duval County, Florida. Two Sand Mounds on Murphy Island, Florida. Certain
Sand Mounds of the Ocklawaha River, Florida
.  Philadelphia: The Levytype Co., 1895.  Being three of Moore's articles in one binding.

---.  "Certain Sand Mounds of the Ocklawaha River, Florida."  Journal of the Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia 2d series, vol. 10, part 4(1896): 517-543.

---.  Certain Sand Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida.  Philadelphia: The Levytype Co., 1894.

---.  "Certain Sand Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida."  Journal of the Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia "Part one," 2d series, vol. 10, part 1(1894): 4-103.  "Part two," part 2 (1894): 128-246.  Not certain if this includes Putnam County information.

---. Certain Shell Heaps of the St. John's River, Florida, hitherto unexplored.  Philadelphia, 1892-1894.  60pp.  PKY.  Being five papers from The American Naturalist, 1892-1894.

---.  "Two Sand Mounds on Murphy Island, Florida."  Journal of the Academy of Natural Science of Philadelphia 2d series, vol. 10, part 4(1896): 503-517.

L. Moose Funeral Home Records, 1921-1935, article on.  Pastfinders of South Lake County Genealogy Society vol. 1, no. 1(Summer, 1996).

Mowat, Charles Loch.  "The Tribulations of Denys Rolle."  Florida Historical Quarterly 33(July, 1944): 1-14.

Mueller, Edward A. Ocklawaha River Steamboats.  Jacksonville: Mendelson Printing Co., 1983.  135pp.

---.  Steamboating on the St. Johns: Some Travel Accounts and Various Steamboat Materials. Vol. 7, Local History Series of the Kellersberger Fund of the South Brevard Historical Society.  1st ed.  Melbourne: The Kellersberger Fund of the South Brevard Historical Society, Oct., 1979.  2d ed.  Melbourne, Oct., 1984. 124pp.

---. St. Johns River Steamboats.  Jacksonville, 1986.

Munroe, Kirk.  "A Trip over Crooked Water."  Harper's Weekly 27(April 7, 1883).  Apparently about a trip on the Ocklawaha River.

Muster Roll, 1827, article on.  Florida Genealogical Journal vol. 24, no. 1(March, 1988).

"Mutiny at Pilatka."  National Intelligencer 28(May 19, 1840), 3 col., 3.  Copy at PKY.

Nance, Ellwood C.  The East Coast of Florida.  3 vols.  Delray Beach, 1962.  Includes biographies.

Nelson, Mrs. George.  Obituary records from The Crescent City Journal, Crescent City, Fla., 9 April 1926-9
February 1928
.  D. A. R., 1991.  23 leaves.  Copy at the State Library of Florida, Gen920N426.

New England Burials in Westview Cemetery, article on.  New England Historical and Genealogical Register
vol. 107, no. 1(Jan., 1953).

Norton Cemetery/Sibley Cemetery, article on.  Florida Genealogist vol. 19, no. 2(Spring, 1996).

Notes from County Judge's Office 1840s and 1850s, article on.  Huxford Genealogical Society Quarterly vol.
17, no. 3(Sept., 1990).

"The Ocklawaha." Harper's New Monthly Magazine 52(Jan., 1876): 161-179.

Official Souvenir Program.  Big Bridge Celebration and Gala Week, February 21-6, 1910.  n. p., 1910.  7pp. In possession of anonymous private collector.

Palatka Board of Trade.  Palatka, Putnam County, Florida: the gem city.  Lynchburg, 19??.  Pre-1925.  Copy at Florida State Library.

Palatka Chamber of Commerce.  Palatka, Florida on the St. Johns.  n. p., 1926.  15pp.  PKY.

Palatka, City of.  Occupational Licenses, City of Palatka. Passed in open session the 3d day of Sept, A. D. 1946.  n. p., 1946.  11pp.  PKY.

Palatka, City of.  Palatka, Florida.  The Industrial City.  Jacksonville: Arnold Printing Co., c. 1920.  32pp. Promotional brochure in possession of anonymous private collector.

Parsons, C. T. "Bill."  "Hard to Stop-J. Frank Godard is "Going Places"."  Southern Lumber Journal 50(Oct., 1946): 22, 24, 87.  Article about Palatka Lumber Company.

Peniel Church marriage records, 1858-1875, article on.  Southern Genealogists Exchange Quarterly vol. 6, no. 35(Fall, 1965).

Peniel Church school lists, 1856, article on.  Southern Genealogists Exchange Quarterly vol. 6, no. 35(Fall, 1965).

Program of the Dedication Celebration of Putnam County's Million and a Quarter Dollar Bridge.  Palatka, Florida, Nov. 11th and 12th, 1927.  n. p., 1927.  In possession of anonymous private collector.

Public Call for Election Meeting, 1884, article on.  Pastfinders of South Lake County Genealogy Society vol. 1, no. 1(Summer, 1996).

Putnam County Chamber of Commerce.  Memorial Bridge, St. Johns River, Putnam County, Palatka, Florida. n. p., 1972.  29pp.  PKY.

Putnam County cemeteries index, article on.  Florida Genealogist vol. 4, no. 3(Spring, 1981).

Putnam County Deeds, 1851-1859, article on.  Huxford Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 20, no. 2(June, 1993).

Putnam County Journal excerpts from 1882, article on.  Jacksonville Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 12, no. 1(March, 1984).

Putnam County Marriages, 1850-1872, article on.  Huxford Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 20, no. 2(June, 1993).

Putnam County National Bank.  Facts about Palatka and Putnam County.  n. p., 192?.  PKY.

The Putnam House.  n. p., 1885.  5pp.  PKY.  F.2 P98 H:2.

The Putnam House, Palatka, Fla.  New York, 1892.  12 pp.  Copy at Florida State Library, 917.5917 P991. Not found.

The Putnam House, Palatka, Fla.  Philadelphia, 1896.  16 pp.  Copy at Florida State Library, 917.5917 P991. William Cato, proprietor.

The Putnam House, Palatka, Florida; Oscar G. Barron, proprietor.  New York, 18??.  Six folded leaves. Microfilm copy at Florida State Library, Film 18.15.

Reeder, Mati Belle.  History of Welaka, 1853-1935.  Welaka, 1976.  40pp.

Rerick, Rowland H.  Memoirs of Florida.  Atlanta, 1902.  Volume 2 includes biographies.

Robinson, A. H.  "Putnam's Pioneers: Crescent City and its Thrifty Inhabitants."  [Jacksonville]Daily Florida Union Nov. 11, 1882.

Rohrabacher, C. A.  Live Towns and Progressive Men in Florida.  Times Union Printing and Publishing House: Jacksonville, 1887.  Includes section on Palatka with biographical information on William Winegar and Oscar G. Barron.

Rolle, Denys.  The Humble Petition.  17??.  Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1977.

Rollestown.  n. p., 1952. 16 leaves.  PKY.

Rumley, Ed and Palatka Bureau of Information.  A panorama of Palatka, the "gem city of the St. Johns," presenting her many opportunities for profitable investment and happy homes; also a description of Putnam County, Florida, the home of the orange.  Jacksonville: Vance Printing Co., 1895.  48pp.  Copy at the State Library of Florida.

Rumley, Ed. and Palatka Board of Trade.  A Home in Florida. A Description of Palatka "the Gem City" showing her many advantages for profitable investments and enterprises. Also a description of Putnam County, "Home of the citrus family" with an account of the great orange and peach industry.  Palatka, 1887.  35pp. PKY.

St. John the Evangelist Cemetery, article on. Florida Genealogist vol. 12, no. 1(Fall, 1988).

St. Johns Hotel (Palatka).  Untitled brochure. n. p., 18??.  PKY.  Box 16.

Salls, Betty Ruth.  "Federal Point Then and Now."  Florida Living (Nov., 1991): 9-11.

Scardaville, Michael C., and Robert Steinback, coordinators.  Cultural Resource Survey of Palatka, Florida.
St. Augustine: The Associates, May, 1981.  181 leaves.  PKY.

Selden Manufacturing Company.  Catalog of Selden-Built Garden Furniture and Trellises Made of Cypress "The Wood Eternal."  St. Augustine: The Record Co., n. d.  32pp.  Includes a price list and order blank marked "effective December 1, 1930."  Copy in possession of Robert Tindall.

Straner, Edward M.  A Century for Christ: A History of the St. John's River Baptist Association, Inc.: 1879- 1979.  n. p., c. 1985.  A bound typescript copy at Saint Johns River Community College Library being a history based upon the Annual Minutes for which Stetson University has all but 1877, 1878, 1883, 1884, 1888, 1917, 1918, 1920, 1925, 1927, 1930, 1931, 1932.

Swanson, Allen A.  Pilo-Taikita: A History of Palatka, Florida.  n. p., 1967.  Exists as a two volume bound typescript.  Copies at PKY and St. Johns River Community College Library.

Taft, Bonnie Vereen.  "Crescent City-A Community on the St. Johns River: Bringing a Northern Culture into
a Southern Land, 1865-1920."  M. A. thesis.  F. S. U., 1992.  152 leaves.

Taylor, Charlotte Wells.  A Legend of Palatka, Florida.  Palatka: Times Herald, c. 1933.  15pp.  Copy at the State Library of Florida

Tenney, John Francis.  Slavery, Secession and Success: the Memoirs of a Florida Pioneer.  San Antonio: Southern Literary Institute, 1934.

Tilghman, Noah J. (1889-1973).  The Story of the St. Johns River.  n. p., c. 1967.  28 leaves.  Actually his memoirs.  Photocopy of typescript at St. Johns River Community College Library.

Tilghman, Noah James (18??-1918).  Whence did the Negro Originate.  Palatka: n. p., c. 1910.  National Union Catalog designation 0221020, Library of Congress HT1589T5.

Tindall, Robert C.  "Boyd and Munroe: Antebellum Lumbermen on the St. Johns River."  Northeast Florida History 3(1996): 1-15.  Article about the lumber firm comprised of Robert T. Boyd and Peter Munroe.

Tolles, Zonira Hunter.  Bonnie Melrose: The Early History of Melrose, Florida.  Keystone Heights: Z. H. Tolles, 1982.

---.  Shadows in the Sand: A History of the Land and People in the Vicinity of Melrose, Florida.  Keystone Heights: Z. H. Tolles, 1976.

"Union Grove Cemetery, Putnam County, Florida, Copied January 31, 1970." Jacksonville Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 19, no. 3(Fall, 1991): 210-2.

Vickers, M. M.  San Mateo, Florida-The Home of the San Mateo Cigar.  Palatka, n. d.  A brochure mentioned by Swanson but not to be found in any public archive.

Voters in 1849 Militia Election, article on.  Florida Genealogist vol. 13, no. 1(Fall, 1989).

Wall Family Cemetery at Putnam Hall, article on.  Jacksonville Genealogical Society Quarterly vol. 10, no. 4(Dec., 1982).

Webb, Wanton S.  Webb's historical, industrial and biographical Florida, part 1.  New York, 1885.

Welsh, John H.  Glimpses of Florida.  Jacksonville: Da Costa Printing House, 1895.

"Who was the Phantom Killer from Train #10?."  Master Detective (June, 1934).  Article about the murder of train engineer Henry Wesson on Oct. 17, 1910, in Palatka.

The Woman's Club of Palatka, 1928-1929.  n. p., 1928.  In possession of anonymous private collector.

Woodbury, John Hubbard.  How I found it: north and south, together with Mary's statement.  Boston: Lee & Shepard, 1880.  Attributed to this author who settled near Palatka to farm.

Woodman, Betsy H.  Newburyport's Rufus Sargent: an architect rediscovered.  Newburyport, 1987.  Architect of the Sherman Conant house in Palatka.

Young, Leola Smith.  The Peniel Lighthouse: History of the Peniel Baptist Church (Peniel), Palatka, Florida, 1852-1982.  Palatka: the author, 1982.  Copy at Palatka Public Library.