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Dade County    1873
This detail of a 1873 map of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina shows an in color portrait of county lines of the period, Florida railroad routes, forts, and outlines major waterways for Dade County. The major water features of the detail are White...
Dade County    1874
This detail of a map of Florida indicates Dade County current to 1874. It shows drainage, township and county boundaries, cities and towns, battlefields, and submarine cables to Havana. It also lists operating and newly chartered railroads of the tim...
Gray's Atlas map of Florida    1875
A portion of Gray's map of Florida detailing the southern tip of the peninsula and the Everglades region. County lines and the township/range survey grid are shown. Note that much of the Everglades, the southern end of Lake Okeechobee, and the Monr...
Florida    1880
A map of Florida showing counties, county seats, railroads, rivers, and cities current to 1880. The Everglades are also shown on this map. Longitude is from the Washington Meridian. The Northwestern portion of the state is included in an inset map.
Dade County    1880
This map of Dade County shows the county seat (Miami), the Everglades, forts, and cities current to 1880.
Dade County    1883
This map shows Dade County in Florida current to 1883. It identifies the county seat (Miami) and the Everglades.
Map of the South Florida Overflowed & Swamp Lands    1884
Map of the southern portion of Florida dealing with the overflow of water from Lake Okeechobee. Includes railroads and a few towns pertinent to the issue, as well as the lakes and rivers. Also included are two proposed canals extending east from La...
Charlotte Harbor and the Valley of the Caloosahatchee    1884
Map of the Caloosahatchee River Valley. Includes a proposed canal connecting Lake Okeechobee to the Caloosahatchee River via Lake Hiokpochee, now called Hicpochee. Shading indicates areas of swamp and Everglades as well as overflowed lands. Area d...
Florida    1888
A map of Florida showing county lines, the county seats, railroads, and cities current to 1888. The Everglades and other wetlands are also shown on this map. The Northwestern portion of the state (the Panhandle) is included in an inset map....
Dade County    1888
A map of Dade County showing county lines, the county seat (Miami), the Everglades, and cities current to 1888.
Monroe County    1888
A map of Monroe County showing county lines, the county seat (Key West), railroads, the Everglades, and cities current to 1888.
Florida    1888
A map of Florida showing railroads, rivers, and cities current to 1888. The Everglades are also shown. The city of Miami is NOT included on this map.
The Everglades    1889
A portion of Bradley’s commercial map of Florida detailing the southern tip of the peninsula and the Everglades. County lines and the township/range survey grid are shown. Note that much of the Everglades in Dade County were unsurveyed at the printing of this map (1889). Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center. Rare Maps. This is a detailed map of Florida showing counties, railroads, cities, inland waters, etc. Includes grid. Scale [1:1,267,200]
Everglades and South Florida    1890
A map of the southern tip of peninsular Florida showing Lake Okeechobee, the Big Cypress Swamp, the Big Sawgrass Swamp, and the Everglades. Existing drainage canals are shown to the southwest of Lake Okeechobee and a proposed canal to the northeast, before the large Everglades drainage projects were started to the southeast of the lake. The center of the Everglades is marked "Unsurveyed." The railroad to Miami was not completed when this map was drawn.
Dade County    1890
Map shows Dade County in 1890. Shows all major cities, towns, rivers. lakes, roads and railroads present in Dade County in 1890. Shows Atlantic Ocean, the Everglades and all counties that surround Dade County. ...
Florida    1890
A map of Florida showing counties, county seats, cities, railroads, rivers, and the Everglades. The longitude on this map goes by the Washington Meridian. Includes an inset map of the United States....
Lake Okeechobee and Everglades    1897
A map of the southern tip of peninsular Florida showing Lake Okeechobee, the Big Cypress Swamp, and the Everglades. The map shows existing and proposed drainage canals at the southwest end of Lake Okeechobee current to 1897, before the large Everglades drainage projects were started to the southeast of the lake. From the map it is possible to see the general flow of the Everglades southward and turning to the west before entering White Water and Ponce de Leon bays on the Gulf of Mexico. The effect of the Miami Ridge, which runs along the east coast from approximately Palm Beach south to Card Sound, can be seen as preventing the Everglades from flowing to the Atlantic rather than the Gulf of Mexico. From this map it is also possible to see the effect the Everglades had on land surveys in 1897. With the exception of the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp, the entire peninsula has been surveyed and marked based on the Tallahassee Meridian and Tallahassee Base Line established in 1824.
Monroe County    1898
A map of Monroe County as of 1898 showing rivers, lakes, the Everglades, towns, and the county seat, Key West.
Dade County    1898
A map of Dade County as of 1898 showing railroads, the Everglades, lakes, towns, and the county seat, Juno.
Dade County    1898
Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center. Rare Maps. This is a detail map of Dade county circa 1898. This map shows section township range (STR) except for in the Everglades since that area had not been surveyed yet. Main cities and towns are shown such as the county seat Juno. Inland waters are also shown such as Lake Okeechobee. Scale: Statute Miles, 19 = 1 inch. Engraved, printed and published by Rand, McNally & Company.
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