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Detailed view of Florida panhandle area from Geographical, Statistical, and Historical Map of Florida, 1826. Calhoun, Franklin, Liberty, and Wakulla Counties were not yet established.
Map Credit: Courtesy of the Special Collections Department, University of South Florida. Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center.

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1845, Sidney E. Morse's 1845 A System of Geography for the Use of Schools map. This map is the first school atlas to make use of the cerographic process. Liberty and Wakulla Counties were not yet established.
Map Credit: Courtesy of the private collection of Roy Winkelman. Displayed through the Special Collections Department, Univeristy of South Florida.

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Map of Florida that was, "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1877 by Asher and Adams..." Gulf County was not yet established.
Map Credit: Courtesy of the Special Collections Department, University of South Florida. Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center.

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Map of Florida created during the 1890s that also indicates train routes of various rail companies. Note the rail route between Tallahassee and St. Marks in Wakulla County that is now part of the St. Marks Historic Railroad State Trail.
Map Credit: Courtesy of the Special Collections Department, University of South Florida. Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center.

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Map of Florida created during the 1890s that also indicates train routes of various rail companies. Detailed view of the Florida panhandle. Gulf County was not yet established.
Map Credit: Courtesy of the Special Collections Department, University of South Florida. Digitization provided by the USF Libraries Digitization Center.

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1838 Map showing now abolished Fayette County, located between Jackson and Gadsden County. Fayette County was created in 1832 and abolished in 1834.
Map was engraved by G.W. Boynton.

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