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  • The '''first Spanish period''' at Pensacola lasted from [[1698]] to [[1719]]. The settlement was known {{First Spanish period}}
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  • ...] that [[Transfer of Florida|ceded Spanish Florida to the United States]]. Spanish sovereignty was interrupted in [[1818]] when [[Andrew Jackson]] [[Battle of {{Third Spanish period}}
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  • '''Spanish Pensacola''' may refer to: *'''[[First Spanish period]]''' ([[1698]]-[[1719]])
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  • The '''first Spanish period''' at Pensacola lasted from [[1698]] to [[1719]]. The settlement was known {{First Spanish period}}
    398 bytes (59 words) - 18:41, 1 March 2009
  • ...] that [[Transfer of Florida|ceded Spanish Florida to the United States]]. Spanish sovereignty was interrupted in [[1818]] when [[Andrew Jackson]] [[Battle of {{Third Spanish period}}
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  • ...g used by the Seminole for strikes against America. After the surrender by Spanish Governor [[Jose Masot]], Jackson established a temporary [[American provisi [[Category:Battles]] [[Category:Third Spanish period]]
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  • ...rst Spanish Period]], also known as [[Washerwoman's Creek]] in the British period)
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  • |name=The Spanish jail<br/><small>also known as the ''calaboose''</small> |construction_start_date=[[Second Spanish period]]
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  • ...tern boundary to the early [[Second Spanish period|Spanish]] and [[British period|British]] settlements.
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  • ...ate eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries (Pensacola's [[third Spanish period]]). It was established in [[1783]] by [[William Panton]] and [[John Leslie] [[Category:Defunct businesses]] [[Category:Second Spanish period]]
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  • ...h; [[Second Spanish period|Spain]] transfers title to Florida to [[British period|Britain]] in exchange for the return of the City of Havana, Cuba.
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  • ...riod]]: Following the successful [[Siege of Pensacola|siege]], much of the Spanish fleet departs Pensacola. *[[1784]] &ndash; The [[Treaty of Pensacola]], between [[Third Spanish period|Spain]] and the [[Creek]] nations, is signed.
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  • Don '''Andrés de Arriola y Guzmán''' was the Spanish governor of the [[Presidio Santa María de Galve]], the first European colo ...olony until {{date needed}} and afterwards became a captain-general in the Spanish armada.
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  • *[[1779]] &ndash; A Spanish royal order grants [[Bernardo de Gálvez]] authority to invade [[British We *[[1818]] &ndash; [[Jose Mazot]], governor of [[Third Spanish period|Spanish Pensacola]], writes to [[Andrew Jackson]] denying accusations of aiding [[S
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  • ...an]] origin (see below) given to [[Pensacola Bay]] and subsequently to the Spanish settlements built thereupon in the 17th and 18th centuries, specifically th The name Panzacola became synonymous among the Spanish with the bay and its surrounding settlements. The settlements at [[Presidio
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  • ...10]] &ndash; The first session of the Senate of the [[Third Spanish period|Spanish Republic of West Florida]] is held in Francisville, Louisiana. ...dash; After returning [[Battle of Pensacola (1814)|captured Pensacola]] to Spanish control, [[Andrew Jackson]] returns to [[Mobile]].
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  • ...; France signs a treaty returning [[Pensacole]] to [[Second Spanish period|Spanish rule]].
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  • ...le|Mobile]] and [[Siege of Pensacola|Pensacola]] to [[Third Spanish period|Spanish rule]]. *[[1821]] &ndash; [[Transfer of Spanish West Florida to the United States]]: [[Andrew Jackson]] and his wife [[Rach
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  • ...ajor [[Edward Nicholls]] issues a proclamation from [[Third Spanish period|Spanish Pensacola]] urging Louisiana natives to assist him "in liberating [their la
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  • The '''Presidio San Miguel de Panzacola''' was a [[Second Spanish period|Spanish]] settlement that was established in [[1756]] as the successor of the [[Pre ...], [[1752]], the [[Presidio Isla de Santa Rosa]] was severely damaged. The Spanish forces on [[Santa Rosa Island]] began shifting their presence to the mainla
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  • | occupation =Spanish military officer ...[territorial governor]] of the subsequent [[Third Spanish period|period of Spanish rule]] until [[1793]].
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  • ...of Pensacola Bay, which he called "Bahía Santa María de Galve," led to the Spanish decision to establish a colony there five years later, the [[Presidio Santa [[Category:First Spanish period]]
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