The Wakulla Volcano Archive


Introduction

The Mystery of the Wakulla Volcano

Historical Sources

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-1899
Article from The New York Times
(June 20, 1880)

Excerpts from 'A Tallahassee Girl'
Maurice Thompson (1881)
Excerpt #1 - Page 93
Excerpt #2 - Pages 205-206
Excerpt #3 - Pages 303-307
Excerpt #4 - Pages 315-316

*NEW* Excerpt from "ON THE GULF COAST"
Lippincott's Magazine
(March, 1882)
Plain text

Article from THE FLORIDA DISPATCH
(September 24, 1883)

Article from The New Orleans Daily Picayune
(November 9, 1883)

From C. L. Norton, "Handbook of Florida"
(1892)

"Solution of the Wakulla Volcano"
The Chicago Daily Tribune, July 17, 1893

(1893)
1900-1999
Letter from W. T. Cash to Herman Gunter
(November 1, 1934)

William Wyatt's Speech
(April 11, 1935)
2000-
...coming...

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If you have a story or other piece of the puzzle you'd like to contribute to this project, I'd love to hear about it.
For now you can email me at
WakullaVolcano@Vashti.net


On the earlier version of this site, I called for submissions of relevant material.
I only received one that I can recall, and it was a photo that I promptly lost track of.
While I'm interested in learning about any new sources or materials, I don't want to possess them, in general, except in virtual form. And please don't send me any original material for inclusion on the site, except as a link to something published elsewhere; I can't use it. If you are the writer of a relevant book, I'd like to be sure you're included in my coming list of resources. Likewise with other websites or works of art. For now, you can contact me at the above email address.
If there is sufficient interest, a message board or forum would be a useful extension. I'd happily lend technical assistance but am not interested in moderating one.


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