20 May 1767 a Seminole Indian called Grey Eyes and some 25 Indian boys drove 500 cattle from Colerain Georgia on the St. Mary's River to a destination in South East Florida a distance of about 106 miles. The British Governor of Florida credited "my friend" Grey Eyes with finding a route for a new roadway. This is the story of a most unusual Seminole as told by Grey Eyes himself.
The Bulow family of Florida in 1821. Immense wealth, courage and planning of Charles Wilhelm Bulow who begans what would become the largest plantation in Florida. Here is the lost journal of "Aunty Mary" who was Bulow's housekeeper. This well researched story takes you from 1812 to present time as two geneology researchers seek to unlock clues to a great treasure in gold reportedly still there.
Osceola, the great Seminole War leader, was captured on Old Kings Road in Florida in 1835. He was meeting under a white flag of truce. His capture under a white flag was debated in Congress, the Court of England and capitols throughout the world. This well researched historical fiction account reveals much that is new including a portrait of his wife and son. Osceola speaks for himself.