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Historical Sketch Domineckers/Dominickers
settled in Holmes County, Florida, between Westville and Ponce de Leon. The
families were considered "mixed" (Black, White, and Indian). Whites
refused to consider Domineckers as white, and Domineckers refused to consider
themselves to be black, though they used black public facilities and
coaches. Their children were not allowed to attend white schools, a grammar
school was later established for them by the State. The Dominecker/Dominicker
"name" was established around 1860, supposedly from a child custody case.
Scope / Content
Consists of Photocopies of microfilmed typescripts of information about the
so-called "Dominecker" or "Dominicker" settlement of Holmes County, Florida.
Originally produced by Federal Writers' Project of the WPA for the State of
Florida. Also contains a hard-copy download of WPA-produced pamphlet about
itself and one 3.5" diskette of the documents in various e-formats.
Provenance: Typescript produced by Federal Writers'
Project of the WPA for the State of Florida, ca 1936-1942. Microfilmed by
SOLINET/ACERL Cooperative Microfilming Project (NEH PS-21089); SOL MN05298.12
FUG. Photocopies provided to The Wiregrass Archives by Dr. James Cusick, Smathers Library,
University of Florida. Transcribed by Tina Bernath, edited by Dr. Marty
Olliff. "Questions and Answers About the WPA" pamphlet downloaded by Tina
Bernath, 10-06-2005 from http://www.steamships.org/images/wpa/qanda/index.html
Processing Notes: NOTE typescripts use different spelling of
Preferred Citation: Dominecker Settlement Collection, RG048.
The Wiregrass Archives, Troy University--Dothan Campus,
Date processed: 10-05-2005
Processed By: TB
INVENTORY [Links to pdf copies of
048-05-0427-File-001: "Dominecker Settlement" (six pages)
photocopy of microfilmed typescript + transcription + diskette
048-05-0427-File-002: "Dominicker Settlement" (one page)
typescript copy + transcription
048-05-0427-File 003: Pamphlet,
"Questions and Answers on the WPA"