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Alachua County, 1856

Alachua County

Title: Alachua County
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Description: This detail of a map from the annual report of the Surveyor General in 1856 shows Alachua County. Drainage, cities and towns, roads, trails, and location of railroad lines are shown in great detail. The major waterways of this area are Cedar Creek, the Santa Fe River, and the Suwannee River. Other points of interest include Fort Fanning, Gainesville, and Newnansville.
Place Names: Alachua, Fort White, Cedar, Newnansville, Fort Call, Rock River, Micanopy, Fort Fanning, Fort Wacasassa, Gainesville, Cedar Creek, Santa Fe River, Suwannee, Suwannee River
ISO Topic Categories: boundaries, inlandWaters, oceans, society, transportation
Keywords: Alachua County, physical, political, transportation, physical features, major political subdivisions, county borders, local jurisdictions, roads, railroads, boundaries, inlandWaters, oceans, society, transportation, Unknown,1856
Source: Columbus Drew, (Jacksonville, FL: Columbus Drew, 1856)
Map Credit: Courtesy of the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress
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