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Detail - Florida    1839
This detail of a map from the Tanner's Universal Atlas shows towns, forts, roads, canals, major rivers and lakes in Dade County. In 1839, the Upper Keys were included in Dade County. This includes Barnes Sound. Notable indications on the detail are C...
Detail - Florida    1839
This detail of a map from the Tanner's Universal Atlas shows towns, forts, roads, canals, major rivers and lakes in Monroe County. This detail shows many forts including Fort Denaud, Fort Dulaney, and Fort Keais. Along the coastline, there are severa...
Detail - Map of the State of Florida    1842
This detail of a 1842 map of Florida shows roads, railroads, counties, forts, naval depots and other military installations, major towns, rivers, and lakes for Dade County. This detail is covered by the Everglades. Other sections of Dade County inclu...
Detail - Map of the State of Florida    1842
This detail of a 1842 map of Florida shows roads, railroads, counties, forts, naval depots and other military installations, major towns, rivers, and lakes for the Monroe County. Several waterways traverse Monroe County including Delaware River, Nort...
Detail - Map of the State of Florida    1842
This detail of a 1842 map of Florida shows roads, railroads, counties, forts, naval depots and other military installations, major towns, rivers, and lakes for the mainland of Monroe County. Several waterways traverse Monroe County including Delaware...
Detail - Map of the State of Florida    1842
This detail of a 1842 map of Florida shows roads, railroads, counties, forts, naval depots and other military installations, major towns, rivers, and lakes for the Keys of Monroe County. Several keys are labeled as well as the Tortugas Bank and Cape ...
Florida    1845
This 1845 map shows major towns, rivers and lakes in Florida. There are twenty counties shown, including Mosquito County. This map comes from the first school atlas to make use of the cerographic process, or wax engraving. Longitude is shown from Gre...
Monroe County    1845
A map of Monroe County as of 1845 showing rivers and the Everglades.
Dade County    1845
A map of Dade County as of 1845 showing forts, lakes, and the Everglades.
Monroe County    1845
Meyer's 1845 map of Florida is derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas map of 1839. This detail of that map covers Monroe County. Routes of travel are covered along with major waterways. The Everglades expand over the majority of the detail....
Monroe County - Mainland    1845
Meyer's 1845 map of Florida is derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas map of 1839. This detail of that map covers the mainland of Monroe County. Routes of travel are covered along with major waterways. The Everglades expand over the majorit...
Monroe County - Upper Keys    1845
Meyer's 1845 map of Florida is derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas map of 1839. This detail of that map covers the upper keys of Monroe County. Routes of travel are covered along with major waterways. The Everglades expand over the major...
Dade County    1850
Meyer's 1850 map of Florida is derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas map of 1839, and similar to the 1845 maps. In this updated detail of Dade County, waterways and townships are noted. Coastal creeks and rivers are shown such as Rio Raton...
Orange County    1850
Meyer's 1850 map of Florida is derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas map of 1839, and similar to the 1845 maps. In this updated detail of Orange County, waterways and townships are noted. The major waterways shown are Indian River and Mosq...
Dade County    1850
This detail of a 1850 map from the New Universal Atlas shows towns, forts, roads, canals, major rivers and lakes in Dade County. The map is very similar to the 1839 map from Tanner's Universal Atlas. There are references to forts, battlefields, and ...
A General Reconnoissance of the Western Coast of Florida    1851
Chart showing the west coast of Florida and the Keys with sailing directions including bearings, soundings, and a table of latitudes and longitudes. The map also shows the Mosquito Inlet and Cape Canaveral along the Atlantic Coast. Detailed triangula...
Map of the State of Florida     1856
This map from the annual report of the Surveyor General in 1856 shows drainage, cities and towns, roads, trails, and location of two railroad lines in the northern part of the state. Township grids based on the Tallahassee base line parallel and the ...
Dade County    1856
This detail of a map from the annual report of the Surveyor General in 1856 shows Dade County. Drainage, cities and towns, roads, trails, and location of railroad lines are shown in great detail. The major feature of detail is the Everglades. Other p...
Dade County - North    1856
This detail of a map from the annual report of the Surveyor General in 1856 shows the northern portion of Dade County. Drainage, cities and towns, roads, trails, and location of railroad lines are shown in great detail. The major feature of detail is...
Dade County - South    1856
This detail of a map from the annual report of the Surveyor General in 1856 shows the southern portion of Dade County. Drainage, cities and towns, roads, trails, and location of railroad lines are shown in great detail. The major feature of detail is...
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