Rembert W. Patrick

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Rembert Wallace Patrick
Born 1909
Died 1967
Occupation Historian, professor

Rembert Wallace Patrick (1909–1967) was a historian, longtime University of Florida history professor, and prolific author of works on Florida's history, particularly the Reconstruction Era.[1] The Florida Historical Society gives out an award named in his honor.[2]

Bibliography[edit]

  • The reconstruction of the Nation (10 editions)
  • Jefferson Davis and his cabinet
  • Florida under five flags
  • The fall of Richmond
  • Florida fiasco; rampant rebels on the Georgia-Florida border, 1810-1815
  • Aristocrat in uniform, General Duncan L. Clinch
  • The story of Florida
  • History of Florida (textbook) This country of ours
  • Twenty-five stories complete in themselves (a collection on the discovery and development of America)
  • Race relations in the South

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edward K. Eckert Rembert Wallace Patrick: A Bibliography The Florida Historical Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 4 (Apr., 1968), pp. 314-321 Published by the Florida Historical Society
  2. ^ Awards Florida Historical Society]

Further reading[edit]

  • Rembert Wallace Patrick by Herbert J Doherty
  • Papers, 1909-1961 by Julien Chandler Yonge
  • Records, 1923-1982 by Florida Historical Society
  • Fletcher Melvin Green papers, 1898-1980 (bulk 1935-1965) by Fletcher Melvin Green