(Tampa Bay History and Florida Historical Quarterly articles can be found at Fort De Soto Park, Heritage Village-Pinellas County Historical Museum in Largo, St. Petersburg Junior College, Eckerd College, USF, and most local public libraries in the Tampa Bay area. If you can't find these journals, check with the reference librarian in any of the above-mentioned libraries.)
Tampa Bay History journal articles:
Addeo, Alicia and Bart Moore. "Crossbows to Bombers: The
Military History of Mullet Key."
Addeo, Alicia. "Fort De Soto: A Photographic Essay."
Addeo, Alicia. "Tampa is a BUM Place: The Letters
of First Sergeant Henry A. Dobson in 1898".
Gatewood, William B., "Black Troops in Florida
during the Spanish-American War"
Montero, Dana. "Training at Tampa's Drew Field During
World War II."
Mormino, Gary R. "Tampa's Splendid Little War: A Photo Essay."
Prouty, Ronald N. "War Comes to Tampa Bay: The Civil War Diary of
Scherr, Abraham. "Tampa's MacDill Field during World War II."
Stafford, John W. "Egmont Key: Sentinel of Tampa Bay."
Sullivan, John J. "One a Day in Tampa Bay": B-26 Bomber Training
at MacDill Air Base during World War II."
Florida Historical Quarterly articles:
Bickel, Karl A. "Robert E. Lee in Florida."
Falero, Frank, Jr. "Naval Engagements in Tampa Bay, 1862."
Johnson, Dudley S. "Henry B. Plant and Florida,"
Schellings, William J. "The Advent of the Spanish
American War, 1898,"
_____________________. "Florida and the Cuban
___________________. "Florida Volunteers in the
War with Spain, 1898,"
Coast Defense Study Group Journal article:
McCall, Bruce E. "Coastal Defense of Tampa Bay."
Brown, Robin C., Florida's First People,
Browning, Robert S. III. Two If By Sea-the Development of American
Coastal Defense Policy.
Cosmas, Graham A., An Army for Empire
Freidel, Frank Burt. The Splendid Little War.
Gatewood, William B. (Editor), Smoked Yankees: And the
Struggle for Empire
Hawk, Robert, Florida's Army: Militia/State Troops/National
Guard 1565-1985 Englewood, Florida
Hogg, Ian V. Fortress-A History of Military Defense.
Katcher, Philip. The U.S. Army 1890-1920
Covington, Dr. James B. Plant's Palace-Henry B. Plant and the Tampa Bay Hotel.
O'Toole, G.J.A. The Spanish War, An American Epic-1898.
Lewis, Emanual Raymond. Seacoast Fortifications of the United
States: An Introductory History
Lewis, William J., Interpreting for Park
Milanich, Jerald T. Florida Indians and the Invasion
from Europe, Gainesville, Florida
Post, Charles Johnson. The Little War of Private
Post: The Spanish American War Seen Up Close
Sarty, Roger F. Coast Artillery, 1815-1914
Shofner, Jerrell. Florida Portrait.
Tebeau, Charlton and William Marina, History of
Tilden, Freeman, Interpreting Our Heritage
Coast Artillery Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1914.
Handbook for the Use of Electricians in the Operation and Care of
Electrical Machinery and Apparatus of the Seacoast Defenses.
Technical Manual No.9-456, 12-inch Mortar M1890MI mounted on
12-inch Mortar Carriage m1896MI and 1896 MII.
Drill Regulations for Coast Artillery, United States Army.
Coast Artillery Drill Regulations United States Army.
Instructions for Mounting, Using, and Caring for Driggs-Seabury
15-Pounder Rapid Fire Guns and their Masking Parapet Mounts No.
Hines, Frank T. and Franklin W. Ward. The Service of Coast
Artillery Publication authorized by the War Department.
Instructions for Mounting, Using, and Caring for 6-inch Rapid-Fire Gun,
Armstrong No. 1752, May 21, 1903.
Winslow, Col. Eben E. Notes on Seacoast Fortification Construction.
Sarles, Frank B. Jr. Historic Sites Report on Fort De Soto Park,
Pinellas County, Florida.
Wisser, John P. The Tactics of Coast Artillery
Austin, Robert J. Howard Hansen, Charles Fuhrmeister. An
Archaeological and Historical Survey of the Unincorporated Areas
of Pinellas County, Florida.
Schellings, William John. Tampa, Florida: Its Role In The Spanish
American War, 1898.
The Splendid Little War (videorecording),
produced/directed by William b. Styple;
written by Brian C. Pohanka and William B. Styple, Kearny.