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From Pensapedia, the Pensacola encyclopedia
- 1764 – British period: Major William Forbes submitted a "Plan and Sections of the Fort at Pensacola."
- 1861 – Civil War: With the United States Post Office at Pensacola abolished, the Alabama General Assembly voted to provide messengers for the Confederate troops stationed there.
- 1934 – The Frisco Railroad ended its Pullman sleeping car service due to ridership declines brought on by the Great Depression.