|Description: This is a detail from Johnson's Florida map, circa 1860, showing the northern and central Florida peninsula. It shows counties of the period in color, towns, villages, county seats, forts such as forts Clinch, Brooke, Davenprot, and Ft. Izard, railroads, common roads, canals, state capital at Tallahassee, inland waters such as the St. Johns River, and Section Township Range (STR). The railroad routes shown are between Tallahassee and Jacksonville, and between Fernandina and the Cedar Keys.|
Place Names: 1860-1879, Tallahassee, Jacksonville, Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic Coast, Cape Canaveral, St. Johns River, Saint Augustine, Newnansville, Gainesville, Ft. Brooke, Ft. Davenport, Tampa, Ft. Clinch, Ft. Izard, Ft. Wool
ISO Topic Categories: boundaries, inlandWaters, oceans, transportation
Keywords: Detail - Johnson's Florida, physical, political, historical, transportation, physical features, county borders, railroads, roads, water routes, boundaries, inlandWaters, oceans, transportation, Unknown,1860
Source: Johnson, A.J., Johnson's New Illustrated Family Atlas (New York, NY: Johnson and Browning, 1860) 40
Map Credit: Courtesy the private collection of Roy Winkelman.