From Pensapedia, the Pensacola encyclopedia
- 1782 – At the urging of Don Gilberto Antonio de St. Maxent, and hoping to undercut the British and American smuggling trade, Spain relaxes trade restrictions at Pensacola and other colonies, granting a 10-year license to trade with French ports.
- 1862 – Civil War: Confederate General Samuel Jones is appointed to command the Department of which Pensacola was headquarters.
- 1999 – Attorney Fred Levin is named an honorary chief of Ghana for his representation of Ghanaian boxer Ike Quartey.
- 2004 – The Pensacola City Council votes to demolish Bayfront Auditorium, with tentative plans to build a new municipal auditorium as part of the Festival Park project on the Trillium property.
- David J. Weber. The Spanish Frontier in North America. Yale University Press, 1994. (According to the author, Spain's plan to curtail smuggling "failed dismally.")
- Samuel Jones. The Siege of Charleston and the Operations on the South Atlantic Coast in the War Amoung the States. The Neale Publishing Company, 1911.