Jonathan Dickinson, Author and Merchant (1663–1722) In 1696, Quaker merchant Jonathan Dickinson was sailing from Jamaica aboard the Reformation when the ship wrecked near present day Hobe Sound. Dickinson and the other passengers were held captive by the Jaega Indians who forced their captives to take a difficult 230 mile journey north to St. Augustine. The ordeal is documented in the book Jonathan Dickinson’s Journal. FLOR500, Garden 317
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Jonathan Dickinson, Author and Merchant

(16631722)

In 1696, Quaker merchant Jonathan Dickinson was sailing from Jamaica aboard the Reformation when the ship wrecked near present day Hobe Sound. Dickinson and the other passengers were held captive by the Jaega Indians who forced their captives to take a difficult 230 mile journey north to St. Augustine. The ordeal is documented in the book Jonathan Dickinson’s Journal.










































 

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