Puzzle Directions: Click on a puzzle piece and drag it where you want it. When you connect two pieces correctly, they will join together. This is an extra hard double-sided puzzle. The same map is printed on both sides the pieces. Some of the pieces are turned over to the wrong side. To flip a piece over, hold down the "T" key and click on the puzzle piece. Mix up the pieces again. View finished map in pop-up window.
Title: New map of Georgia Projection: Unknown Source Bounding Coordinates: W: E: N: S:
Description: A portion of Bernard's map showing Florida as it was known in 1737. Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center. Rare Maps Collection: Notes from USF Library: Relief shown pictorially. This map shows the longitude based on the Meridian of Charles Town (Charlestown) South Carolina, and the northern and southern bounds of Carolina encompassing Georgia and a large portion of Florida. Population estimates of various Native American nations is given, including a note that peninsular Florida is uninhabited. Rare example of earliest views of South Florida Scale [ca. 1:9,000,000] Source: Jean Frédéric Bernard, Bernard (J.F.) Recueil de voiages. 160. Amsterdam, 1737. v. 9. Découverte d'un pays plus grand que l'Europe, situé dans l'Amérique .../ par le P. Hennepin, (p. 1-464 à la fin du vol.) (Amsterdam, : J.F. Bernard , 1737) Map Credit: Courtesy of the Special Collections Department, University of South Florida.