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Special List 29: List of Selected Maps of States and Territories

Special List No. 29

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165. Map of Florida. Compiled and Drawn from various Actual

     Surveys & Observations: By Charles Vignoles, Civil &

     Topographical Engineer. 1823. Engraved by H. S. Tanner &

     Assistants . . . Published by H. S. Tanner.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 31½ x 26. Published. Boundaries of

counties and private land claims are shown in color. Towns,

Indian villages, Forbes Purchase, military posts, roads, trails,

and physical features. (A similar map is filed as L 69 in RG 77.)

Filed as Ref. Coll.: Florida, 1823.

166. Map of Florida Constructed Principally from Authentic

     Documents in the Land Office at Tallahassee, By J. G.

     Searcy. Published by I. G. Searcy, Tallahassee, & F. Lucas,

     Jr., Baltimore . . . Entered according to Act of Congress

     the 24th day of September, 1829.

     1 inch to ca. 14 miles. 2 sections, each 24 x 38. Counties

(in color), towns, roads, extent of public land surveys, Indian

boundary line, physical features, and private land grants.

Annotated to show additional place names or changes in names.

Also annotated to show extent of "Hackley's Grant" and an area in

the Florida Keys and Tortugas reserved by the President in 1845,

for "military purposes." Inset city plan of Tallahassee at a

scale of 1 inch to 800 feet. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Florida, 1829.

167. Map of Florida By J. Lee Williams, 1837. Lithographed by

     Greene & McGowran.

     1 inch to 17 miles. 32½ x 29½. Counties, private land

claims, towns, military posts, roads, trails, Indian villages,

names of a few residents, and notes on vegetation. Filed as RG

77: WDMC, Florida, 123.

168. A Plat Exhibiting the State of the Surveys in the Territory

     of Florida . . . [Issued by] Surveyor General's Office,

     Tallahassee, Oct. 1839. 

     1 inch to 18 miles. 17 x 25. Published. Map includes

explanation of colors and symbols used to indicate status of

township surveys. Filed as RG 46: 26th Cong., 1st sess., 19.

169. Map of the Seat of War in Florida compiled . . . by order of

     Bvt. Brigr. Genl. Z. Taylor . . . by Capt. John Mackay and

     Lieut. J. E. Blake, U.S. Topographical Engineers. . . .

     1839.

     1 inch to 11 miles. 41 x 30½. Manuscript. Map shows Florida

peninsula and area west to the Apalachicola River. Settlements,

military posts, roads, sites and dates of battles, and remarks

about vegetation. (A published copy of this map is filed as Army

of the South 1 in RG 393.) Filed as RG 77: US 112.

170. Map of Florida Exhibiting the Post Offices, Post Roads,

     Canals, Rail Roads, &c. By David H. Burr (Late Topographer

     to the Post Office). . . . Entered according to the Act of

     Congress, July 10th, 1839.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 4 sections, 19 x 25½. Published. Also

shows counties (in color), mileages between post offices,

township and range numbers, military posts, physical features,

and parts of adjoining States. Inset map of West Florida. RG 28:

Burr Atlas, 8.

171. A Plat Exhibiting the State of the Surveys in the Territory

     of Florida. [Issued by the Surveyor General's Office,

     Tallahassee, Oct., 1840

     1 inch to 18 miles. 12 x 26. Published. Shows extent and

status of public land surveys. Map includes an explanation of the

colors and symbols used on the map to indicate the status of

township surveys. A copy of this map is published in S. Doc. 61,

26th Cong., 2d sess., Serial 377. Filed as RG 46: 26th Cong., 2d

sess., 14.

172. A Plat Exhibiting the State of the Surveys in the Territory

     of Florida . . . Surveyor General's Office, Tallahassee,

     Oct. 1841.

     1 inch to 18 miles. 11 ½ x 23½. Published. Filed as RG 46:

27th Cong., 2d sess., 1.

173. [Map of] Florida. Entered according to Act of Congress in

     the year 1842, by Sidney E. Morse and Samuel Breese in the

     Clerks Office of the Southern District of New York.

     1 inch to ca. 32 miles. Published. 17½ x 14. Counties,

township and range numbers, military posts, roads, railroads, and

canals. State is shaded orange. Inset map of "West Part of

Florida." Filed as Ref. Coll.: Florida, 1842.

174. Map of the Seat of War in Florida, Compiled By Capt. J.

     McClellan and Lieut. A. A. Humphreys, U.S. Topographical

     Engineers . . . Bureau of Topographical Engineers, 1843,

     With late corrections from Surveys under the direction of

     Brigadier General W. I. Worth.

     1 inch to 8 miles. 2 sections, each 33½ x 48. Manuscript.

Shows present State of Florida except area west of the

Apalachicola River. Settlements, military posts, roads and

trails, and topographical features. Inset maps of "Cedar Kays

[sic] and the Mouths of the Suwanee River" and vicinity of Tampa

Bay. Filed as RG 77: L 52(a).

175. Map of the Peninsula Of Florida Compiled by Capt. McClellan

     and Lieut. Humphreys, U.S.T.E. . . . reduced from [the

     original] Map; in compliance [with] Resolu[tion] of the U.S.

     Senate of December 16th, 1845, By W. B. Franklin, Lieut.,

     U.S.T.E. . . . Drawn by J. G. Bruff.

     1 inch to ca. 12 miles. 47 x 29. Manuscript. Shows present

State of Florida except area west of the Apalachicola River.

Shows settlements, military posts, roads and trails, and

topographical features. Filed as RG 77: L 52(b).

176. The State of Florida. Compiled in the Bureau of

     Topographical Engineers From the best authorities By J.

     Goldsborough Bruff. . . . 1846.

     1 inch to ca. 12 miles. 2 sections, each 23 x 41½.

Published. Settlements, military posts, trails, and township and

range numbers. Inset maps "Mouths of the Suwanee River and the

Cedar Keys" and "General Map of part of Florida between Cedar

Keys and St. John's River," both from Lieut. Blake's map. Also an

inset map of "Key West as Surveyed February 1829, by Wm. A.

Whitehead, Esqr." Filed as RG 77: Published Record Set, 1846.

177. Map of the State of Florida. . . . Published by Columbus

     Drew . . . Thos. S. Wagner, Lith. [ca. 1850].

     1 inch to 18 miles. Three copies of map; 24½ x 24½, 27 x 26,

31 x 31½. Counties (in color), towns, military posts, township

and range numbers, "Indian Hunting Ground," and physical

features. Filed as Ref. Coll.: Florida, 1850.

178. A Plat Exhibiting the State of the Surveys in the State of

     Florida . . . [Issued by Surveyor General's Office, St.

     Augustine, Oct. 31, 1854]. 

     1 inch to 18 miles. 24 x 25. Published. Shows status of

public land surveys. Filed as RG 49: Special Published, Florida,

5.

179. Map of the State of Florida showing the Progress of the

     Surveys. [Map] accompanying Annual Report of the Surveyor

     General. . . . 1856.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 28½ x 26½. Published. Filed as RG 46: S.

Ex. Doc. 5, 34th Cong., 3d sess., 7.

180. Map of the State of Florida compiled in the Bureau of

     Topogl. Engrs. from the most recent authorities, and

     prepared by order [of] the Honorable Jeff. Davis, Secretary

     of War . . . 1856.

     1 inch to ca. 12 miles. 2 sections, 22½ x 46 and 21½ x 46.

Published. Sometimes called the "Jeff Davis Map." County names,

settlements, military posts, township and range numbers, roads,

and railroad lines. (Other versions of this map are filed as L 84

in RG 77.) Filed as RG 77: Published Record Set, 1856.

181. Map of the State of Florida, Showing the Progress of the

     Surveys. [Map] accompanying Annual Report of the Surveyor

     General. 1857. 

     1 inch to 18 miles. 31 x 28. Published. Shows status of

public land surveys. Filed as RG 46: S. Ex. Doc. 11, 35th Cong.,

1st sess., 3.

182. Map of the State of Florida Showing the Progress of the

     Surveys. [Map] accompanying Annual Report of the Surveyor

     General. 1860. 

     1 inch to 18 miles. 24½ x 26½. Published. Shows status of

public land surveys. Another copy of this map is colored to

emphasize roads, railroad lines, and apparently swampy areas and

water bodies. Filed as RG 46: S. Ex. Doc. 1, 36th Cong., 2d

sess., 7. 

183. [Map of the] State of Florida. . . . 1876. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 26½ x 33½. Published. County boundaries,

railroad land-grant limits, and private land claims are shown in

color. Also shows public land surveys, towns, military posts, and

physical features. Also a black and white base map for this date.

25 x 28. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Florida, 1876.

184. [Map of the] State of Florida. . . . 1879. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 20 miles. 27 x 34. Published. County boundaries

and private land claims shown in color, Also shows public land

surveys, towns, military posts, railroad lines, railroad land-

grant limits, and physical features. Filed as RG 49: Standard

Published, Florida, 1879.

185. [Map of the] State of Florida. . . . 1883. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 2 sections, each 21 x 42. Published.

County boundaries, railroad land-grant limits, private land

claims, and U.S. reservations (military and lighthouse) are shown

in color. Also shows public land surveys, towns, railroad lines,

and physical features. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published,

Florida, 1883.

186. Post Route Map of the State of Florida with adjacent parts

     of Georgia and Alabama . . . showing post offices with the

     intermediate distances and mail routes in operation on the

     1st of October, 1885. Published . . . under the direction of

     W. L. Nicholson, Topographer, P. O. Dept.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 2 sections, each 26 x 44. Published.

Annotated to show additional railroad lines. Frequency and types

of service, mileages between post offices, discontinued post

offices, counties, towns, railroads, and physical features. Post

routes in color to show frequency of service. Inset "Map of the

West India Islands with adjacent parts of Florida, Central and

South America." 1 inch to ca. 100 miles. Shows steamship lines

and telegraph cables. Filed as RG 28: Regional Maps, Folder 13.

187. [Map of the] State of Florida. . . . 1886. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office . . . Drawn by

     G. P. Strum. 

     1 inch to 12 miles. 2 sections, each 26½ x 41½. Published.

County boundaries, railroad land-grant limits, private land

claims, and U.S. reservations (military and lighthouse) are shown

in color. Also shows public land surveys, towns, railroad lines,

and physical features. Also a black and white base map in 2

sections, each 20 x 39. (There is a copy of the color map in RG

49, OMF, Florida 1.) Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Florida,

1886.

188. [Map of the] State of Florida. . . . 1893. Compiled from the

     official Records of the General Land Office . . . Drawn and

     Compiled by A. F. Dinsmore . . . Traced and lettered by M.

     Hendges, I. P. Berthong, and F. E. Mahony. 

     1 inch to 12 miles. 43 x 43½. Published. County and private

land claim boundaries and U.S. reservations (military and

lighthouse) are shown in color. Also shows public land surveys,

towns, railroad lines, and physical features. Also a black and

white base map, with drainage in blue. 40 x 40. Filed as RG 49:

Standard Published, Florida 1893 (OS).

189. Geologic and Topographic Map of Florida, Prepared by the

     United States Geological Survey . . . in cooperation with

     the Florida Geological Survey, 1909.

     1 inch to ca. 16 miles. 32 x 24½. Published. Towns and

cities, township and range numbers, and railroad lines. Drainage

features in blue. Inset map of "Westward Extension of Florida." 1

inch to ca. 16 miles. Filed as RG 57: Published State Maps,

Florida, 1909.

190. [Map of the] State of Florida Compiled from the official

     Records of the General Land Office . . . Compiled by A. F.

     Dinsmore . . . Traced and lettered by Wm. Bauman, Jr.

     1 inch to 12 miles. 43 x 34. Published. County boundaries,

national forests, Indian reservations, military and lighthouse

reservations, and boundaries of bird reservations are shown in

color. Also shows public land surveys, towns and cities, railroad

lines, boundaries of private land claims, and physical features.

Inset map of western Florida. Also black and white base map for

this date. 42½ x 34. Filed as RG 49: Standard Published, Florida,

1911.

191. Post Route Map of the State of Florida showing post offices

     with the intermediate distances on mail routes in operation

     on the 1st of March, 1911.

     1 inch to 10 miles. 49 x 34½. Published. Frequency and types

of mail service, discontinued post offices, counties, towns,

railroads, physical features, and parts of adjoining States.

Inset map of western Florida. No scale indicated. Post routes in

color. Filed as RG 28: State Maps, Florida, 1911.

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