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Elevations in Florida ( FGS: Bulletin 32 )
CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00000490/00001
 Material Information
Title: Elevations in Florida ( FGS: Bulletin 32 )
Series Title: ( FGS: Bulletin 32 )
Physical Description: xxiii, 1158 p. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Gunter, Herman, 1885-
Publisher: Published for the Florida Geological Survey
Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1948
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Altitudes -- Florida   ( lcsh )
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: By Herman Gunter, director, and staff members, Florida Geological Survey.
Funding: Digitized as a collaborative project with the Florida Geological Survey, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Government Documents Department, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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The author dedicated the work to the public domain by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law and all related or neighboring legal rights he or she had in the work, to the extent allowable by law.
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System ID: UF00000490:00001

Table of Contents
    Title Page
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        Page ii
        Page iii
    Letter of transmittal
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    Table of Contents
        Page v
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    Preface
        Page vii
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    Introduction
        Page ix
        Elevations in Florida previously published
            Page ix
        Scope of report
            Page ix
        Arrangement of data
            Page ix
        Bench marks
            Page x
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        Datum
            Page xii
        Topographic maps
            Page xiii
        Key to commonly used abbreviations
            Page xiv
        Published quadrangles of Florida
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    Elevations: Descriptions of bench marks by counties
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION
J. T. HURST, Supervisor
FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
HERMAN GUNTER, Director






GEOLOGICAL BULLETIN NO. 32






ELEVATIONS IN FLORIDA


HERMAN GUNTER, Director
and
STAFF MEMBERS Florida Geological Survey







Published for
THE FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Tallahassee, 1948










































Printing Approved January, 1947

Cards Submitted June, 1947

Published September 30, 1948


THE E. 0. PAINTER PRINTING CO.
DELAND,FLA.



















LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


Honorable J. T. Hurst, Supervisor
Florida State Board of Conservation
Tallahassee, Florida

Sir:

It is with pleasure that I transmit our Bulletin No. 32, "Elevations
in Florida," by Herman Gunter and members of the Florida Geological
Survey.

This publication is a comprehensive listing of all the permanent
bench marks and some temporary ones upon which elevations had been
established, the records of which were accessible to us. Many elevations
by the United States Engineers in the area east of the Aucilla River
and through peninsular Florida have been established, but descriptions
were in notebooks and not available for this listing. For the same
reason many elevations established by the State Road Department were
unavailable.

This bulletin is issued to meet the increasing demand for such data
compiled in ready reference form, and it is felt that it will be gratefully
received by engineers, industrialists, surveyors, professional geologists,
and others interested in accurate data regarding elevations in Florida.

Respectfully submitted,

Herman Gunter, Director
Florida Geological Survey
Tallahassee, Florida
June 3, 1947









CONTENTS
Page
P reface ............................................................... V II
Introduction ................................................................ .....----- IX
Elevations in Florida Previously Published ........................ IX
Scope of Report ................................................... IX
Arrangement of Data ............................ .................... IX
Bench M arks ..................................................... ........ X
D atum .................... .................. ..... .... .......... .. X II
Topographic Maps ................................................ XIII
Key to Commonly Used Abbreviations ................................ XIV
Published Quadrangles of Florida ........................................ XV
Elevations-Descriptions of bench marks by counties
Alachua ...................-............-.......... -- ---.. ....----- 1-55
B aker ....................... ....................... ..... ........ 55-62
Bay ..........-........--...............-- ---------------... --- 63-74
Bradford -.......................-...................................... 74-93
Brevard ...............----------...................................................................... 93-110
Broward ......................................-------------------------------------------.............................. 110-130
Calhoun .................... 130-133, 1147-1149, 1149-1150, 1151, 1152, 1155
Charlotte ........................................................... 133-137
Citrus ..................................................-.................. 138-
Clay ........................................................................ ................. 139-172
Collier ..................................................-................... 172-176
Columbia ...............-...................................... 176-198
D ade .............................. .......... ................................................ 198-269
D eSoto ........................................ ....................... .................. 269-281
Dixie .......................-...........................-.................. 281-289
Duval ............................... -- ........ ......................... 289-322
Escambia .............................................................. 322-340, 1156
Flagler ............................................ .................. 341-360
Franklin ........................................................................ 360-368, 1153-1155
Gadsden .......................................................................................... 369-373
Gilchrist ----- ------................................................... 373-386
Glades ....................................................... ............................. 386-388
Gulf ................................................ ........................... 388-392, 1152-1153
H am ilton ........................................................ .................. 393-394
H ardee ........................................ .......................... ................... 395-408
H endry ......................................................................................... 409-413
Hernando ....................................................... 413-416
H ighlands .................................................................................. 416-435
Hillsborough .......................................................... 435-492
Holmes .................... ........................................... 492-496
Indian River ........................................................ 496-505
Jackson ..................................... ........................ 505-512, 1147, 1155
Jefferson ....................... ................. ........ ..... ........... 512-516
Lafayette ........................................ ................................... 517-
Lake ........................................ ........................................... 517-534
Lee ............................................... .......... 534-547
Leon ....................... ....... .. .. ...................................... 548-557
V.









CONTENTS-(Continued)
Page
L evy ................................ .................. .................. ........... 557-593
Liberty ............................................... 593-599, 1149, 1150, 1151, 1153
M adison ................................. ......... .......................... ............. 600-608
M anatee ............................................................. .. ................. 608-627
M arion .......................................................................... 627-679
M martin ........................................................................ .................. 679-683
M onroe ..................................................................... ............... 683-697
N assau ........................................................................ ................ 698-705
Okaloosa ......... .................................... ............... ................ 705-729
O keechobee .................. ....................................................... 729-737
Orange ....................-- .................... -................ --737-764
Osceola ............................................................... 765-776
Palm Beach ......................................... 777-807
P asco ....................... ............... ......... .......... ................ 808-826
Pinellas ...... ..................................................... 826-853
P olk ....... ....... .. ............................ ...... .............. 854-892
P utnam ...................................................................... ........... 892-936
St. Johns ............................................................. ...................... 936-966
St. L ucie ........................................................................................ 966-970
Santa Rosa ........................................ ................... 970-987, 1156-1158
Sarasota ............................................ .............. ..................... 988-1002
Sem inole ................................................................ .................... 1002-1019
Sum ter ....................................... ............ .............. .................... 1019-1028
Suwannee......................................................... ..................... 1028-1045
T aylor ........................................................................................... 1045-1056
U union ............................................................................................ 1056-1076
V olusia ...................................... -........................... 1076-1119
Wakulla ..............-...... ...............- .......................... 1120-1124
Walton ........................................ ................... 1124-1144, 1155-1156
Washington ...................................................................... 1114-1147, 1155
Waterways ........................................ .......................................... 1147-1158
Apalachicola River ........................................ .................... 1147-1155
Chipola River .......................................--- ................... 1155
Choctawhatchee River ...............................--...................-.. 1155-1156
Pensacola Bay-Intracoastal Waterway ................................ 1156
Santa Rosa Sound ................................. .................... ... 1156-1158


ILLUSTRATIONS
Figure 1 County Outline Map of Florida .................................. X
Figure 2 Standard Markers ........................................ .............. XI










VI.

















PREFACE


The preparation of Bulletin 32, Elevations in Florida, was initiated
in 1945 to meet the need for a one-volume report of Florida elevations
with its data organized for ready reference. The assembling of the data
in this volume has been accomplished through the combined effort of
almost the entire staff of the Florida Geological Survey, together with
the help of several temporary typists. It is a pleasure to acknowledge
with appreciation the contributions of each one of these, and particu-
larly those who made a major contribution. These include Dr. Robert
O. Vernon, Dr. James L. Calver, Associate Geologists, Mrs. Duane
D. Carlson (formerly Miss Frances Choate) and Miss Pearl Gatlin, who
transcribed a large part of the material; Miss Lily Moore, who compiled
and verified all highway data; Mrs. Mary Blount, who typed and proof
read large portions; and Miss Jean Neel, who organized the material
and proof read the entire manuscript.

Grateful acknowledgment is also made for the use of data originally
published or furnished by the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey;
United States General Land Office; the Florida Geodetic Survey, spon-
sored by the "Florida State Planning Board and conducted under the
supervision of the College of Engineering, University of Florida, as a
Works Progress Administration project; the United States Geological
Survey; the United States Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers;
the Florida State Road Department; and several railroad and county
engineering departments.

Despite all painstaking care in checking and proof reading, errors
and omissions are bound to occur in the assembling of so much detailed
data. In the use of this bulletin if errors or omissions are detected and
called to the attention of this Department we shall consider it a distinct
favor.








ELEVATIONS IN FLORIDA
Herman Gunter, Director
and Staff Members
Florida Geological Survey

INTRODUCTION
Elevations in Florida Previously Published
In the Fifth Annual Report of 1913 a list of elevations was published
by the Florida Geological Survey. This list was revised and enlarged in
the Twelfth Annual Report published in 1919, and again in the Seven-
teenth Annual Report issued in 1926. The elevations obtained for the
lists of 1913, 1919, and 1926 were prepared from records of the engi-
neering departments of the railroads operating in Florida, publications
of the United States Geological Survey and the United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey, the United States Department of the Army, Corps of
Engineers on various surveys for the coast, harbor and water way de-
velopment, and through correspondence with the Superintendent of the
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Scope of Report
The present catalogue of elevations includes portions of the three
previous lists and has been greatly enlarged by the additions of numer-
ous reference bench marks established in Florida by the United States
Coast and Geodetic Survey; the United States Geological Survey; the
United States General Land Office; the Florida Geodetic Survey; United
States Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers; the Florida State
Road Department; and county engineering departments. This list of
reference bench marks established in Florida is restricted to those
markers on which leveling has been completed and elevations have been
established. Most of the elevations recorded here were determined by
first- or second-order leveling but some elevation determinations by
lower order leveling have been included. In general, the elevations of
the higher order leveling are shown to the third decimal place, but the
original publication should be consulted where doubt exists.
Elevations based on railroad tracks will vary because of ballasting
and maintenance of the track and should be used cautiously. For this
reason most of the railroad elevations recorded in the earlier publica-
tions have been omitted.

Arrangement of Data
The descriptions of the bench marks are arranged alphabetically by
counties and cities. (See Figure 1 for outline map of Florida showing
the 67 counties.) In the smaller cities the markers within one-half
mile of the business district have been grouped and are listed first.
Those markers lying further out are grouped along the cardinal
azimuths or in quadrants, arranged generally in order from north to
east, south and west, according to the distance they lie from the city.
The markers located in the larger cities are grouped, where practical,
in quadrants within the city limits, and are listed according to their

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ELEVATIONS IN FLORIDA
Herman Gunter, Director
and Staff Members
Florida Geological Survey

INTRODUCTION
Elevations in Florida Previously Published
In the Fifth Annual Report of 1913 a list of elevations was published
by the Florida Geological Survey. This list was revised and enlarged in
the Twelfth Annual Report published in 1919, and again in the Seven-
teenth Annual Report issued in 1926. The elevations obtained for the
lists of 1913, 1919, and 1926 were prepared from records of the engi-
neering departments of the railroads operating in Florida, publications
of the United States Geological Survey and the United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey, the United States Department of the Army, Corps of
Engineers on various surveys for the coast, harbor and water way de-
velopment, and through correspondence with the Superintendent of the
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Scope of Report
The present catalogue of elevations includes portions of the three
previous lists and has been greatly enlarged by the additions of numer-
ous reference bench marks established in Florida by the United States
Coast and Geodetic Survey; the United States Geological Survey; the
United States General Land Office; the Florida Geodetic Survey; United
States Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers; the Florida State
Road Department; and county engineering departments. This list of
reference bench marks established in Florida is restricted to those
markers on which leveling has been completed and elevations have been
established. Most of the elevations recorded here were determined by
first- or second-order leveling but some elevation determinations by
lower order leveling have been included. In general, the elevations of
the higher order leveling are shown to the third decimal place, but the
original publication should be consulted where doubt exists.
Elevations based on railroad tracks will vary because of ballasting
and maintenance of the track and should be used cautiously. For this
reason most of the railroad elevations recorded in the earlier publica-
tions have been omitted.

Arrangement of Data
The descriptions of the bench marks are arranged alphabetically by
counties and cities. (See Figure 1 for outline map of Florida showing
the 67 counties.) In the smaller cities the markers within one-half
mile of the business district have been grouped and are listed first.
Those markers lying further out are grouped along the cardinal
azimuths or in quadrants, arranged generally in order from north to
east, south and west, according to the distance they lie from the city.
The markers located in the larger cities are grouped, where practical,
in quadrants within the city limits, and are listed according to their

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ELEVATIONS IN FLORIDA
Herman Gunter, Director
and Staff Members
Florida Geological Survey

INTRODUCTION
Elevations in Florida Previously Published
In the Fifth Annual Report of 1913 a list of elevations was published
by the Florida Geological Survey. This list was revised and enlarged in
the Twelfth Annual Report published in 1919, and again in the Seven-
teenth Annual Report issued in 1926. The elevations obtained for the
lists of 1913, 1919, and 1926 were prepared from records of the engi-
neering departments of the railroads operating in Florida, publications
of the United States Geological Survey and the United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey, the United States Department of the Army, Corps of
Engineers on various surveys for the coast, harbor and water way de-
velopment, and through correspondence with the Superintendent of the
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Scope of Report
The present catalogue of elevations includes portions of the three
previous lists and has been greatly enlarged by the additions of numer-
ous reference bench marks established in Florida by the United States
Coast and Geodetic Survey; the United States Geological Survey; the
United States General Land Office; the Florida Geodetic Survey; United
States Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers; the Florida State
Road Department; and county engineering departments. This list of
reference bench marks established in Florida is restricted to those
markers on which leveling has been completed and elevations have been
established. Most of the elevations recorded here were determined by
first- or second-order leveling but some elevation determinations by
lower order leveling have been included. In general, the elevations of
the higher order leveling are shown to the third decimal place, but the
original publication should be consulted where doubt exists.
Elevations based on railroad tracks will vary because of ballasting
and maintenance of the track and should be used cautiously. For this
reason most of the railroad elevations recorded in the earlier publica-
tions have been omitted.

Arrangement of Data
The descriptions of the bench marks are arranged alphabetically by
counties and cities. (See Figure 1 for outline map of Florida showing
the 67 counties.) In the smaller cities the markers within one-half
mile of the business district have been grouped and are listed first.
Those markers lying further out are grouped along the cardinal
azimuths or in quadrants, arranged generally in order from north to
east, south and west, according to the distance they lie from the city.
The markers located in the larger cities are grouped, where practical,
in quadrants within the city limits, and are listed according to their

IX.
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ELEVATIONS IN FLORIDA
Herman Gunter, Director
and Staff Members
Florida Geological Survey

INTRODUCTION
Elevations in Florida Previously Published
In the Fifth Annual Report of 1913 a list of elevations was published
by the Florida Geological Survey. This list was revised and enlarged in
the Twelfth Annual Report published in 1919, and again in the Seven-
teenth Annual Report issued in 1926. The elevations obtained for the
lists of 1913, 1919, and 1926 were prepared from records of the engi-
neering departments of the railroads operating in Florida, publications
of the United States Geological Survey and the United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey, the United States Department of the Army, Corps of
Engineers on various surveys for the coast, harbor and water way de-
velopment, and through correspondence with the Superintendent of the
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey.

Scope of Report
The present catalogue of elevations includes portions of the three
previous lists and has been greatly enlarged by the additions of numer-
ous reference bench marks established in Florida by the United States
Coast and Geodetic Survey; the United States Geological Survey; the
United States General Land Office; the Florida Geodetic Survey; United
States Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers; the Florida State
Road Department; and county engineering departments. This list of
reference bench marks established in Florida is restricted to those
markers on which leveling has been completed and elevations have been
established. Most of the elevations recorded here were determined by
first- or second-order leveling but some elevation determinations by
lower order leveling have been included. In general, the elevations of
the higher order leveling are shown to the third decimal place, but the
original publication should be consulted where doubt exists.
Elevations based on railroad tracks will vary because of ballasting
and maintenance of the track and should be used cautiously. For this
reason most of the railroad elevations recorded in the earlier publica-
tions have been omitted.

Arrangement of Data
The descriptions of the bench marks are arranged alphabetically by
counties and cities. (See Figure 1 for outline map of Florida showing
the 67 counties.) In the smaller cities the markers within one-half
mile of the business district have been grouped and are listed first.
Those markers lying further out are grouped along the cardinal
azimuths or in quadrants, arranged generally in order from north to
east, south and west, according to the distance they lie from the city.
The markers located in the larger cities are grouped, where practical,
in quadrants within the city limits, and are listed according to their

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-28o30"


SOUTH
FLORIDA


Figure 1. County Outline Map of Florida
The three divisions: Northwest, Northeast, and South Florida are for
convenience in locating the topographic maps listed in the text.
distance from the business district. If this grouping was impractical
the markers are arranged according to subdivision of the city or by
traverse locations, the marker closest to the business district catalogued
first. Those markers outside the larger cities are grouped in quadrants
and listed in a manner similar to the grouping under the smaller cities.
In the descriptions of the location of each marker along the State
highways the new system of State Road Department highway numbers,
as published on its official 1947 road map, has been used, and we have
attempted to change the old road numbers recorded in the original de-
scriptions to read accordingly. Because these road numbers are still
being assigned some duplications and omissions may result.

Bench Marks
Various types of bench marks have been established along the lines
of levels run by several Federal, State and County agencies. Many of
the older marks were chiseled squares and chiseled crosses surrounded
by lettering cut in the masonry on which the mark was established.
Small bronze or copper bolts often leaded or cemented into masonry and







galvanized nails, spikes, iron rods or monel-metal rivets are common
types of markers used.
The standard marks now used by the Coast and Geodetic Survey are
bronze disks 3-5/8 inches in diameter having a 3-inch shank which is set
solidly in masonry structures, rock outcrops, or concrete posts so that
only the slightly rounded surface of the inscribed disk is visible. The
standard markers have cast in them appropriate legends and symbols
to designate the type of station: bench mark, triangulation station,
reference mark, magnetic station, and others, see Figure 2.
Formerly the Coast and Geodetic Survey used for their markers
bronze caps screwed on the top of iron pipes set in the ground. These
however were discontinued because of the difficulty encountered from
rusting at or near the ground surface.


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2 STATION S 1937I
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Figure 2. Standard Markers
1. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey bench mark.
2. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey magnetic station.
3. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey triangulation station.
4. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey reference mark.
5. Florida Geodetic Survey bench mark.
6. U. S. Geological Survey bench mark.
7. U. S. Engineer Department bench mark.
8. Florida State Road Department bench mark.
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The Florida Geodetic Survey bench marks are similar in style to the
standard disk of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey. These
bronze disks 2-7/8 inches in diameter have 2% -inch shanks and a dis-
tinguishing cast legend, see Figure 2. Sometimes an iron pin set in
cement or a round-headed, monel-metal rivet was used in place of the
standard disk.
The Division of Tides and Currents of the United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey have established two Basic Bench Marks in Florida:
one at Key West, the other at Pensacola. "These marks consist of an
attractive concrete block weighing about 800 pounds, 21 feet high,
1% feet square at the base and tapering slightly toward the top. A
standard tidal bench-mark disk is firmly imbedded in the top and it
is the elevation of this disk which defines the elevation of the basic
bench mark. This concrete block is set on an enlarged concrete base
extending well below the frost line or to solid rock."'
The bench marks used by the United States Geological Survey are
of two general types: The principal bench marks are standard bronze
disks set in concrete posts or in masonry, and tablets on iron posts; the
supplementary bench marks are chisel marks on rock or masonry,
spikes, or copper nails fitted with washers stamped: U. S. G. S. B. M.
The standard disk is 3-7/8 inches in diameter and has a 3-inch shank
by means of which it is cemented in place. The rounded face of each
disk and tablet bears an appropriate cast inscription and a cross which
indicates the point of elevation, see Figure 2. If the inscription includes
a triangle enclosing the cross the marker also designates a triangula-
tion- or traverse-station.
The United States Engineer Department, named the Army Corps of
Engineers in 1947, also uses two types of bench marks. Their standard
marker, a brass disk imbedded in a concrete post, has a designating
legend cast in its upper surface, see Figure 2. The number of the
marker is stamped on the disk. The standard temporary bench markers
consist of a 2-inch nail in a 1-inch copper washer stamped: U.S.E.D.-
T.B.M.
The State Road Department of Florida has also adopted a standard
bench mark. This is a 3-inch flat, circular bronze disk, three-sixteenths
of an inch thick with a one by two and one-half inch stem at the bottom
of which is a base one and one-half inches in diameter and three-
sixteenths of an inch thick. This marker is cemented in a drill hole in
solid rock, in a bridge abutment, or other permanent masonry struc-
tures. See Figure 2 for an illustration of this marker.

Datum
All the elevations are referred to mean sea level, which is the level
that the sea would assume if the influence of winds, tides, and currents
were eliminated. This level is determined from observations made by
means of tidal gages placed at stations where local conditions do not
affect the height of the water. Mean sea level is the average height of
the water, all stages of the tide being considered. To determine this
level approximately observations must extend over one lunar month,

1 U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Coast and Geodetic Survey Special Publication
No. 226, 1941.








however, the level can be determined accurately only by continuing the
observations for a period of several years.

Topographic Maps
The topographic maps prepared by Federal agencies, the United
States Geological Survey, the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
and the Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, cover an area
designated as a quadrangle which is an area bounded by meridians of
longitude and parallels of latitude. A quadrangle may enclose an area
of 71/2 minutes, 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or one degree of latitude and
of longitude. These topographic maps are commonly referred to as
quadrangle maps because of their shape and each has been named
from a city, town or prominent natural feature within the area covered.
Printed on the boundary margins of each map are the names of the
adjoining quadrangle maps as well as the distances to the nearest main
towns outside of the quadrangle.
Topographic maps show the shape and altitude of the land surface,
represented by contour lines printed in brown; water features, printed
in blue; and works of man, including cities, towns, scattered habitations,
schools, churches, railroads, roads, mines, and boundaries, printed in
black. In areas that have been covered by the United States General
Land Office surveys, townships and section lines are shown, with the
designation indicating relative position. The State rectangular co-
ordinate systems are indicated on the margins of the maps. Road
classification is shown by a red overprint; the United States highways
are designated by a shield and State highways by a circle, with the
number of the highway enclosed in the symbol. For most quadrangle
maps a part of the edition.is issued with a green overprint indicating
distribution of woodland.
These maps are invaluable in making detailed surveys of the geology
of the State and are of special use to engineers in planning highways
and determining drainage areas for water conservation and flood con-
trol measures. The topographic mapping of Florida so far completed
covers approximately one-third of the State and has been completed
entirely by Federal agencies. Although it would be highly desirable for
the State of Florida, through the State Geological Survey, and other
State agencies, to cooperate in the topographic mapping program of the
State, funds necessary for such cooperation have never been appropri-
ated.
Because of the pressing military need for topographic information
during the War a number of quadrangles were surveyed and have been
completed in Florida in recent years. Furthermore some detailed geo-
logic work in Polk and Hillsborough counties to outline the pebble
phosphate area is now in progress by the United States Geological
Survey. It is anticipated that this Federal study will include the
topographic mapping of a number of quadrangles in that area to provide
adequate maps needed for that work.
An index map of Florida (or of each state) showing all areas covered
by topographic maps published by the United States Geological Survey
and other Federal agencies, can be obtained free upon application to
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the Director, United States Geological Survey, Washington 25, D. C.
Copies of each topographic map also may be obtained from the Director
for 20 cents each; on an order amounting to $10 or more, a 20 percent
discount is allowed. Remittances should be sent by money order.
From a recent index map of Florida it is learned that topographic
maps for 135 of the 7/2 minute quadrangles, or approximately 12 per-
cent of the State, and 55 of the 15 minute quadrangles, or approximately
19 percent of the State, have been completed and published. Some areas
have been covered by both the 7- and 15-minute series, thus making
available maps of the scale approximately 2 miles to the inch and 1
mile to the inch as desired for those areas. The number of 15 minute
quadrangles necessary to map Florida completely totals 296. Nearly
four times this number would be required to give equivalent coverage
in the 7/2-minute quadrangle series.
In the following list, the published quadrangle maps of Florida are
arranged in series from West to East and North to South in each of
three divisions of the State: Northwest, Northeast and South Florida,
see Figure 1. The county, the publishing authority (U.S.G.S.-United
States Geological Survey; A.M.S.-Army Map Service), the date sur-
veyed and the size of quadrangle for each map is given.


KEY TO COMMONLY USED ABBREVIATIONS
AMS-Army Map Service, Corps of Engineers.
Fla. Geod. S.-Florida Geodetic Survey, (State Geodetic Survey).
FMP-Florida Mapping Project. This was a Works Progress Adminis-
tration project sponsored by the Florida State Planning Board and
supervised by the College of Engineering of the University of
Florida from about 1933 to 1940. A book entitled "Florida Triangu-
lation, Traverse & Leveling" was issued in 1937 and is volume 1 of
a series of three proposed publications which would contain descrip-
tions of all survey bench marks in Florida. Only volume 1, how-
ever, was issued.
FRD, FSRD, SRD-Florida State Road Department.
FSGS Traverse No.-Florida State Geological Survey's traverse num-
bers used in filing data from the United States Coast & Geodetic
Survey. The routes of these traverses, usually along highways and
railroads, are numbered for ready reference.
USC&GS-United States Coast & Geodetic Survey.
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p.-United States Coast & Geo-
detic Survey-University of Florida. Data from the USC&GS on
bench marks established under the Florida Mapping Project but not
published by that agency.
USE, USED-United States Engineer, United States Engineer Depart-
ment (U. S. Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers).
USGLO (GLO)-United States General Land Office.
USGS-United States Geological Survey.
USN.-United States Navy.


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PUBLISHED QUADRANGLES OF FLORIDA

Quad-
Name Published Date rangle
Quadrangle County By Surveyed Size

NORTHWEST FLORIDA: West of 840 West Longitude


Dyas


Century



Jay



Robertsdale

Muscogee



Muscogee

Gonzalez

Milton

Floridatown

Harold

Holt
Niceville


De Funiak Springs


Foley

Miflin

Fort Barrancas


Perdido Bay North


West Pensacola


Perdido Bay South


Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia, Ala.
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Escambia, Ala.
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Okaloosa
Okaloosa
Okaloosa
Walton
Walton
Holmes
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.
Escambia
Baldwin, Ala.

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U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.


S. G. S.

S. G. S.


A. M. S.


A. M. S.

U. S. G. S.

A. M. S.

U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


A. M. S.


U. S. G. S.

A. M. S.


A. M. S.


A. M. S.


1942 15'


1941 15'



1942 15'



1941 15'

1941 15'


1940


1941

1941

1940

1934


1934
1934


1935


1941

1940


1941

1940

1941


1941 7'









PUBLISHED QUADRANGLES OF FLORIDA-(Continued)


Name
Quadrangle

Fort Barrancas
Pensacola


Pensacola


Garcon Point


Gulf Breeze


Oriole Beach


Holley



South of Holley


Mary Esther


Villa Tasso



Point Washington
Bruce



Red Head



Seminole Hills


West Bay
Crystal Lake


Bennett


Southport
Bayhead
Fountain



Juniper Creek


Published
By

A. M. S.
U. S. G. S.


A. M. S.


A. M. S.


A. M. S.


A. M. S.


U. S. G. S.


County

Escambia
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Okaloosa
Santa Rosa
Escambia
Okaloosa
Escambia
Walton
Okaloosa
Escambia
Walton
Walton
Washington
Bay
Washington
Bay
Walton
Bay
Walton
Bay
Washington
Bay
Bay
Washington
Bay
Bay
Bay
Calhoun
Washington
Calhoun


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.


U. S.


U. S.
U. S.


U. S.


U. S.
U. S.
U. S.


G. S.


G. S.
G. S.


G. S.


G. S.
G. S.
G. S.


U. S. G. S.


Quad-
Date rangle


1936 15'
1944 71/2'



1944 7/2'


1943


1943
1944


1944


1943
1944
1944


1944 71/2'


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Surveyed

1940
1941


1942


1942


1942


1942


1936



1938


1935


1935


M. S.


S. G.


S. G.








PUBLISHED QUADRANGLES OF FLORIDA-(Continued)


Name
Quadrangle

Youngstown

Broad Branch
Clarksville
Blountstown


Frink
Estiffanulga

Bristol


Hosford


Woods
Telogia
Lake Talquin




Tallahassee


Laguna Beach
Panama City Beach
Panama City
Parker
Beacon Beach
Long Point
North of Allanton



Tenmile Swamp

Allanton

Wetappo Creek
Dead Lake



Orange

Wewahitchka


County

Bay
Calhoun
Calhoun
Calhoun
Calhoun
Liberty
Calhoun
Liberty
Calhoun
Liberty
Calhoun
Liberty
Gadsden
Liberty
Liberty
Gadsden
Leon
Liberty
Wakulla
Leon
Wakulla
Bay
Bay
Bay
Bay
Bay
Bay
Bay
Gulf
Calhoun
Calhoun
Gulf
Bay
Gulf
Gulf
Gulf
Calhoun
Liberty
Liberty
Calhoun
Gulf
Liberty


Published
By

U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.

U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


U. S.
U. S.
U. S.
U. S.
U. S.
U. S.
U. S.


U. S. G. S.

U. S. G. S.

U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.

U. S. G. S.


Date
Surveyed

1944


1944
1944
1944


Quad-
rangle
Size

72'


72'

7'
7%'


1944 7'
1944 71/2'


1944 71/2'


1944 71/2'


1944 71'
1944 7/2'
1943 15'




1940 15'


1943
1943
1943
1940
1943
1943
1944


1944 7%'

1944 71/2'

1944 7/2'
1944 7%'



1944 71/2'

1944 71/2'


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PUBLISHED QUADRANGLES OF FLORIDA-(Continued)


Quad-
Date rangle
Surveyed Size


Kennedy Creek



Wilma
Queens Bay
Sumatra


Owens Bridge

Smith Creek


Bradwell Bay
Thousand Yard Bay



Sanborn



Arran
Crooked Island
Beacon Hill


Overstreet
St. Joseph Point
Port St. Joe
White City
Forbes Island



Lake Wimico


Jackson River


Fort Gadsden
Tates Hell Swamp
Beverly
Green Point
Pickett Bay
Mc Intyre


Liberty
Gulf
Franklin
Liberty
Liberty
Liberty
Franklin
Liberty
Franklin
Wakulla
Liberty
Wakulla
Liberty
Franklin
Wakulla
Wakulla
Liberty
Franklin
Wakulla
Bay
Gulf
Bay
Gulf
Gulf
Gulf
Gulf
Franklin
Gulf
Liberty
Gulf
Franklin
Gulf
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Wakulla
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U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.
U. S. G. S.



U. S. G. S.


U. S. G. S.


U. S. G.
U. S. G.
U. S. G.
U. S. G.
U. S. G.
U. S. G.


1944 7'



1944 7%'
1944 7%'
1944 71/2'


1944 7%'


1944 71/2'


1944 71/2'
1944 7'



1944 7%'



1940 15'
1943 71/2'
1943 71/2'


1943
1943
1943
1943
1944


1944 7'


1943 7%'


1943
1943
1943
1943
1943
1943


Name
Quadrangle


County


Published
By








PUBLISHED QUADRANGLES OF FLORIDA-(Continued)


Name
Quadrangle


Carrabelle
Dog Island
St. Teresa


Lighthouse Point


St. Joseph Spit
Cape San Bias
Indian Pass

West Pass
Cape St. George
Apalachicola
Sugar Hill


County


Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Wakulla
Franklin
Wakulla
Gulf
Gulf
Franklin
Gulf
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin
Franklin


NORTHEAST FLORIDA: East of 840
30' North Latitude


Published
By


U. S. G. S.


U. S.
U. S.
U. S.
U. S.


G. S.
G. S.
G. S.
G. S.


Quad-
Date rangle
Surveyed Size


1943 71'
1944 71/2'
1943 71/2'


1943 71/2'


1943 71/2'
1943 71/2'
1943 712'


1943
1943
1943
1944


West Longitude and North of 280


Charlton, Ga.
Ware, Ga.
Nassau
Nassau
Charlton, Ga.
Camden, Ga.
Camden, Ga.
Nassau
Charlton, Ga.
Ware, Ga.
Nassau
Baker
Nassau
Duval
Camden, Ga.
Nassau
Duval
Nassau
Duval
Camden, Ga.
Baker
Nassau
Duval
Charlton, Ga.
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Jacksonville
Mayport


Lawtey




Middleburg


Orange Park



Palm Valley


Starke



Ates Creek


Bostwick



St. Augustine
Arredondo
Hawthorn




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Palatka



Dinner Island


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Nassau

Duval
Duval
St. Johns
Bradford
Baker
Clay
Duval
Clay
Duval
Clay
Duval
St. Johns
St. Johns
Duval
Bradford
Alachua
Clay
Clay
Putnam
Putnam
Clay
St. Johns
St. Johns
Alachua
Alachua
Putnam
Bradford
Clay
Putnam
Marion
Putnam
Marion
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Flagler
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Citra



Ormond

Dunnellon



Ocala
Port Orange
Tsala Apopka



Panasoffkee


Levy
Marion
Alachua
Marion
Alachua
Putnam
Volusia
Flagler
Marion
Levy
Citrus
Marion.
Volusia
Citrus
Marion
Sumter
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Citrus
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Dunedin
Elfers



Odessa


Oldsmar


Citrus Park
Lutz


Wesley Chapel


Sulphur Springs
Thonotosassa
Zephyrhills


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Pasco
Pinellas
Pasco
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Pasco
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Pinellas
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Antioch
Plant City


Providence
Polk City
Lakeland
Auburndale
Sand Key
Clearwater
Bay Pines
Safety Harbor


Gandy Bridge


St. Petersburg
Port Tampa


Tampa
Mango
Gadsden Point
Balm
Egmont Key


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Ellenton


Ruskin


Wimauma


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Rye


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Hillsborough
Pasco
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Polk
Polk
Polk
Polk
Polk
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Pinellas
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Manatee
Pinellas
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Mahatee
Pinellas
Manatee
Hillsborough
Manatee
Hillsborough
Hillsborough
Manatee
Hillsborough
Manatee
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Bradenton Beach Manatee
Sarasota
Bradenton Manatee
Sarasota
Sarasota Sarasota
Lorraine Manatee
Sarasota
Verna Manatee
Sarasota
Bee Ridge Sarasota
Miakka Sarasota
Manatee
Bird Keys Sarasota
Laurel Sarasota
Lower Myakka Lake Sarasota
Manatee
Venice Sarasota
Myakka River Sarasota
Charlotte
Key West Monroe
Bay Keys Monroe
Cottrell Key Monroe
Key West Monroe
Sugar Loaf Key Monroe
Snipe Keys Monroe
Sugar Loaf Key Monroe
Boca Chica- Monroe
Saddlebunch Keys Monroe


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ELEVATIONS


HERMAN GUNTER, Director, Florida Geological Survey,
and Staff Members

ALACHUA COUNTY
Alachua C 51 USC&GS 76.020
About 45 feet south of the south wall of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad station, 47 feet west of the center line of State Highway 20, 17
feet south of the south rail, 11.7 feet north of the north wall of a garage,
and in line with a row of poles at the east edge of a station park. A
standard disk, stamped "C 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua BA 9 USC&GS 85.0
About 900 feet south along Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 10 feet west of the southwest corner of
section house on the east side of the tracks, about 8 feet east of the
east rail of the main track, a standard disk set in concrete post pro-
jecting about 1 inch above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Alachua A 56 USC&GS 63.8
About 0.5 mile west along U. S. Highway 441 from Alachua, 114.9
feet north of the north rail of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 94.2 feet
northwest of blazed tree, 92.9 feet northeast of a blazed telegraph pole,
38.4 feet east of a blazed telegraph pole, 20.2 feet north of center line of
U. S. Highway 441, 3 feet south of fence on right-of-way, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
Alachua D 51 USC&GS 77.405
About 1 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
station at Alachua, about 0.2 mile northwest of the station at Burnett's
Lake, directly southeast of a switch at the southwest corner of a
triangle formed by a track junction, 44 feet northwest of the center line
of State Highway 20, about 40 feet northeast of a small water oak tree,
and 37 feet southeast of the south rail. A standard disk, stamped "D
51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches
above ground-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua E 51 USC&GS 74.691
About 1.2 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
station at Alachua, at Burnett's Lake, about 56 yards east of milepost
235, at the southwest corner of a small station park, 24.1 feet west of
the west side of the station, and 14.2 feet north of the north rail. A
standard disk, stamped "E 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
about level with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua BA 10 USC&GS 74.6
About 2.5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 658 feet west of Burnett's Lake Station,
300 feet east of crossing by water tank and switch house, 280 feet east
of water tank, 21 feet south of semaphore on main track, 11 feet south
of the north rail of the main track, 2 feet southeast of concrete base
used for semaphore rollers, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and set flush with the ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Alachua BA 11 USC&GS 136.8
About 4.5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 2.2 miles east of Burnett's Lake, about
200 feet northeast of milepost S 237, 60 feet south of center line of sand
road parallel to track, 52.2 feet southwest of a blazed red oak tree, 32.7
feet northeast of rail extension, a standard disk set in the top of a


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ELEVATIONS


HERMAN GUNTER, Director, Florida Geological Survey,
and Staff Members

ALACHUA COUNTY
Alachua C 51 USC&GS 76.020
About 45 feet south of the south wall of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad station, 47 feet west of the center line of State Highway 20, 17
feet south of the south rail, 11.7 feet north of the north wall of a garage,
and in line with a row of poles at the east edge of a station park. A
standard disk, stamped "C 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua BA 9 USC&GS 85.0
About 900 feet south along Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 10 feet west of the southwest corner of
section house on the east side of the tracks, about 8 feet east of the
east rail of the main track, a standard disk set in concrete post pro-
jecting about 1 inch above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Alachua A 56 USC&GS 63.8
About 0.5 mile west along U. S. Highway 441 from Alachua, 114.9
feet north of the north rail of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 94.2 feet
northwest of blazed tree, 92.9 feet northeast of a blazed telegraph pole,
38.4 feet east of a blazed telegraph pole, 20.2 feet north of center line of
U. S. Highway 441, 3 feet south of fence on right-of-way, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
Alachua D 51 USC&GS 77.405
About 1 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
station at Alachua, about 0.2 mile northwest of the station at Burnett's
Lake, directly southeast of a switch at the southwest corner of a
triangle formed by a track junction, 44 feet northwest of the center line
of State Highway 20, about 40 feet northeast of a small water oak tree,
and 37 feet southeast of the south rail. A standard disk, stamped "D
51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches
above ground-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua E 51 USC&GS 74.691
About 1.2 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
station at Alachua, at Burnett's Lake, about 56 yards east of milepost
235, at the southwest corner of a small station park, 24.1 feet west of
the west side of the station, and 14.2 feet north of the north rail. A
standard disk, stamped "E 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
about level with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua BA 10 USC&GS 74.6
About 2.5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 658 feet west of Burnett's Lake Station,
300 feet east of crossing by water tank and switch house, 280 feet east
of water tank, 21 feet south of semaphore on main track, 11 feet south
of the north rail of the main track, 2 feet southeast of concrete base
used for semaphore rollers, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and set flush with the ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Alachua BA 11 USC&GS 136.8
About 4.5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 2.2 miles east of Burnett's Lake, about
200 feet northeast of milepost S 237, 60 feet south of center line of sand
road parallel to track, 52.2 feet southwest of a blazed red oak tree, 32.7
feet northeast of rail extension, a standard disk set in the top of a


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concrete post, and projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Alachua BA 12 USC&GS 145.7
About 5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 2.5 miles east of Burnett's Lake, about 350
feet east of the USC&GS B. M. F-51-1934, 300 feet east of a secondary
dirt road crossing, 34 feet south of a blazed oak tree, 29.9 feet west of
a telephone pole, 24.2 feet north of the north rail of the main track, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 3
inches above ground-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Alachua BA 8 USC&GS 99.718
About 2 miles south along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Alachua, 1600 feet north of milepost 76, 30 feet
northeast of blazed oak tree on first knoll north of cattle guard, 25 feet
east of a line of iron fence posts, 19.5 feet west of the west rail of the
main track, 8 feet east of the center line of secondary dirt road, a
standard disk set in concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Alachua B 51 USC&GS 79.810
About 1.1 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Alachua, 102 feet northeast of milepost 75, at a
road crossing, 101 feet southwest of the road, about 45 feet northwest
of the center line of a road at a sharp left-hand curve, and about 35 feet
southeast of the south rail. A standard disk, stamped "B 51 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Alachua A 51 USC&GS 90.233
About 3.1 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Alachua, about 0.2 mile southwest of a road cross-
ing, 6.5 feet northwest of milepost 77, about 35 feet southeast of the
center line of a road paralleling the track, and 29 feet northwest of the
north rail. A standard disk, stamped "A 51 1934" and set in the top of
a concrete post projecting about 8 inches above ground-FSGS Traverse
No. 60.
Alachua M 51 USC&GS 69.124
About 0.5 mile northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the East Alachua Station at Alachua, about 0.4 miles northwest
of the crossing of U. S. Highway 441, about 0.1 mile east of milepost 233,
about 42 feet north of pole E 52, about 51 feet northeast of the east rail,
and about 41 feet southwest of the center line of the highway. A stand-
ard disk, stamped "M 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
Alachua N 51 USC&GS 106.184
About 2.8 miles northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from East Alachua Station at Alachua, about 110 yards northwest of
milepost 231, at the northwest end of a cut, at the road crossing, about
90 feet southeast of the center line of the road, and about 48 feet south-
west of the west rail. A standard disk, stamped "N 51 1934" and set
in the top of a concrete post projecting about 8 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
Alachua
See Cadillac BA 7; Haynesworth A 58.
Archer USC&GS 88.6
Archer, top of rail at the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 54.







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Archer Archer USG&GS 87.769
About 800 feet northwest along' the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from Union Station, 25 feet west of the center line of the track, and 45
feet south of the center line of State Highway 24. A standard disk,
stamped "87.769 ARCHER 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Archer E 13 USC&GS 84.298
About 0.1 mile southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the freight station at Archer, about 0.4 mile southwest of Union Station,
about 100 feet southwest across the track from the southwest corner
of the Mattox Machine Co. Shop, 31 feet south of the center line of the
main track, and 25 feet west of the center line of Mechanic Street. A
standard disk, stamped "84.298 E 13 1932" and set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Archer F 13 USC&GS 91.148
About 35 feet north of the north- side of Union Station, 20 feet west
of the center line of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad track, and 20 feet
north of the center line of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad track. A
standard disk, stamped "91.148 F 13 1932" and set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.

Archer C 15 USC&GS 89.9
At the northeast edge of Archer, between Seaboard Air Line tracks
and old Gainesville-Archer Road, 404 feet east of east rail of Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad tracks, 25.3 feet south of south rail of Seaboard
Air Line Railroad tracks, 14.8 feet north of center line of old Gaines-
ville-Archer Road, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.
-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Archer C 16 USC&GS 87.1
About 500 feet northeast from the Seaboard Air Line Railroad sta-
tion in Archer, 91 feet west of under structure of water tank, 48 feet
north of north rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad track which runs
south to station, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Archer A 17 USC&GS 71.4
Along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad in Archer, about 150 feet
northwest of whistle post, 64.8 feet north of section marker S-249, 23.2
feet south of a telephone pole, 19.4 feet north of the north rail, on the
railroad grade, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post and
projects 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Archer Magnetic Station (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 79.282 (1937)
At Archer, about 250 yards north of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
station, 147.5 feet southwest of the southwest corner of the front porch
of the old Magnolia Hotel, 94.6 feet north of the south boundary fence,
and 97.5 feet east of the west boundary fence. Station is a U.S.C. & G.S.
magnetic-station disk set in the top of a limestone post projecting about
3 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 24.
Archer G 13 USC&GS 89.012
About 0.5 mile northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Union Station at Archer, at the west end of a cut, near pole 27-L 20,
27 feet south of the center line of the track, and 20 feet north of the
center line of a dirt road. A standard disk, stamped "89.012 G 13 1932"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
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Archer C 14 USC&GS 83.1
About 1.5 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Archer, between the tracks and old Gainesville-Archer Road, 26
feet south of south rail of the railroad, 13 feet north of center line of
old Gainesville-Archer road, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Archer C 13 USC&GS 86.5
About 1.9 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Archer, 130 feet northeast of pole 2574, 110 feet northwest of pole
2573'1, 60.5 feet south of center line of State Highway 24, 30.3 feet
north of north rail, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Archer H 13 USC&GS 84.183
About 2.1 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Union Station at Archer, about 0.2 mile east of Peach Orchard
siding and crossing, about 135 feet east of milepost 716, about 200 feet
west of the fork of two dirt roads, 30 feet south of the center line of
the track, and 20 feet north of the center line of a dirt road. A
standard disk, stamped "84.183 H 13 1932" and set in the top of a con-
crete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Archer N 1 USC&GS 84.239
About 2.7 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Union Station at Archer, about 1.1 miles west of Palmer siding,
about 385 feet east of the east end of a guardrail fence on State High-
way 24, 65 feet south of the center line of the highway, and 20 feet north
of the center line of the track. A standard disk, stamped "84.239"
and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Archer J 13 USC&GS 66.535
About 4.0 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Union Station at Archer, about 0.2 mile east of Palmer siding,
about 270 feet west of milepost 714, near the west end of a long fill, 30
feet south of the center line of the track, and 20 feet north of the center
line of a dirt road. A standard disk, stamped "66.535 J 13 1932" and
set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Archer C 12 USC&GS 87.3
About 4.3 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Archer, 61 feet south of center line of State Highway 24, 30.4 feet
north of north rail of Seaboard Air Line track, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Archer K 13 USC&GS 78.186
About 6.0 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the Union Station at Archer, 48 feet south of milepost 712, near
the east end of a short fill, and 30 feet south of the center line of the
track. A standard disk, stamped "78.186 K 13 1932" and set in the top
of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Archer C 10 USC&GS 80.7
About 6.5 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Archer, on a stretch of level ground, 130 feet south of yellow
frame house on north side of State Highway 24, 88.5 feet south of the
center line of State Highway 24, 75 feet northwest of telegraph pole
2452 B 42, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects
about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
Archer P 1 USC&GS 86.939
About 6% miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Union Station at Archer, about 1.3 miles southwest of the station
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northwest of an old wooden shed, 35 feet north of an old 3-by-8-foot
concrete foundation, 27 feet north of the center line of the track, and
20 feet south of the center line of State Highway 24. A standard disk,
stamped "86.939" and set in the top of a concrete post-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Archer L 13 USC&GS 90.181
About 8.2 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Union Station at Archer, opposite milepost 710, about 96 feet west
of the station at Arredondo, and 45 feet south of the center line of
State Highway 24, and 30 feet north of the center line of the main
track. A standard disk, stamped "90.131 L 13 1932" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.
Archer E 22 USC&GS 76.565
About 4.2 miles southeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad crossing at Archer, about 1/ mile
southeast of milepost 722, 48 feet north of the center of a dirt-road
crossing, 33 feet south of a pole, and 22.3 feet northeast of the northeast
rail. A standard disk, stamped "76.565 E 22 1933" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 12.
Archer A 19 USC&GS 68.9
About 2.3 miles south along State Highway 45 from the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad crossing in Archer, near the point of intersection of a
curve, 78.3 feet east of center line of the highway, 49.0 feet east of
anchored telephone pole 139, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post, and projects 3 inches.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Archer F 22 USC&GS 68.261
About 2.6 miles south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Union Station at Archer, about 0.4 miles south of milepost 721, 48 feet
northeast of the center of a dirt-road crossing, 33.8 feet east of the east
rail, and near a railroad property-line marker. A standard disk, stamped
"68.261 F 22 1933" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 12.
Archer A 20 USC&GS 88.1
About 2.8 miles south along State Highway 45 from the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad crossing in Archer, 41.0 feet south of the telephone
pole 131, 30.6 feet east of center line of the highway, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post, and projecting 2 inches.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 24.
Archer D 13 USC&GS 82.172
About 1.1 miles southwest along the abandoned line of the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad from the freight station at Archer, 15 feet west of
the center of an old road crossing, at the northeast end of a cut, 20
feet northwest of the center line of the railroad bed, and about 100 feet
northwest of the center line of a dirt road paralleling the bed. A
standard disk, stamped "82.172 D 13 1932" and set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Archer C 17 USC&GS 76.2
About 0.5 mile west along State Highway 24 from its intersection
with State Highway 45 in Archer, 200 feet west of a north and south
side road, 135 feet southeast of the junction of the highway with a
northeast and southwest side road, 90 feet northeast of the center line
of a northwest and southeast side road, a standard disk set in a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.








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Archer C 18 USC&GS 106.2
About 2.3 miles west along State Highway 24 from its intersection.
with State Highway 45 in Archer, 120 feet southeast of the east barrier
of a fill, 36 feet south of the center line of highway pavement, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.
Archer C 19 USC&GS 99.1
About 2.5 miles west along State Highway 24 from its intersection
with State Highway 45 in Archer, on the Alachua-Levy County line,
2.8 feet south of the south column marking the county line, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.
Archer A 18 USC&GS 84.8
About 0.4 mile northwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the depot in Archer, along old rock road, 68.6 feet northwest of the
north rail at intersection with road, 42 feet northeast of telephone pole
E-52, 15 feet northeast of center line of rock road, 10.2 feet north of
telephone pole line, at the intersection of two dirt roads, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 45.
Archer
See Levy County, Archer.
Arredondo
See Archer L 13, P 1; Gainesville C7, C8.
Brooker BC 13 USC&GS 144.5
About 0.4 mile east of BC 14, 747 feet north of rail fence, 125 feet
north 620 west of corner post of fence, 48.3 feet south 770 west of nail
in 6 inch pine tree, 40.2 feet south 780 east of nail in 10 inch pine tree,
33.8 feet south 80 east of nail in 8 inch blazed pine tree, 28 feet north
of center line of road leading to Brooker, a standard disk in the top
of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.
Brooker BC 22 USC&GS 107.2
About 1 mile south along State Highway 235 from the post office in
Brooker, 0.15 mile south of bridge over Santa Fe River. 59.5 feet
south 280 west from nail in 8 inch blazed pine tree, 53.5 feet north 750
west from nail in 16 inch blazed pine tree, 32.2 feet north 4 east from
nail in 6 inch blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39 and 40.
Brooker BC 21 USC&GC 89.8
About 1.2 miles south along State Highway 235 from the post office
in Brooker, 355 feet north from a concrete culvert, at the point of
curvature of a sharp curve, 73.7 feet north 470 west of nail in 14 inch
blazed oak tree, 46.8 feet north 450 east of nail in 10 inch blazed pine
tree, 23 feet south 200 west of nail in 8 inch blazed oak tree, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 39.
Brooker BC 20 USC&GS 135.4
About 2.7 miles south along State Highway 235 from the post office
in Brooker, about 50 feet south of intersection of dirt road, at the point
of curvature of curve, 76.6 feet south 640 west of the center of a con-
crete side drain at edge of China Tung Oil Incorporated property, 42.2
feet south 6 west of corner post of fence line, 26.4 feet south 360 east
of the northeast corner post of Parker store, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Brooker BC 19 USC&GS 140.2
About 3.7 miles south along State Highway 235 from post office in
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section of State Highways 235 and 282, 108.5 feet north 690 west of
south post to main entrance to groves of China Tung Oil Incorporated,
120 feet north 660 east of north post of manager's house, 70.53 feet
south 620 east of blazed 12 inch pine tree, a standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Brooker BC 18 USC&GS 149.9
About 4.4 miles south along State Highways 235 and 282 from the
post office in Brooker, 150 feet north of woods road to east, 50 feet
northeast of old wooden shed, 127.2 feet from a nail in blazed telegraph
pole, 74.2 feet south 840 west of nail in blazed fence post, 11 feet east
of fence line, 33 feet west of center of State Highway 282, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 39.
Brooker BC 17 USC&GS 152.0
About 4.9 miles south along State Highways 235 and 282 from the
post office in Brooker, 0.4 mile north of concrete culvert 143.1 feet south
3 east of nail in blazed telegraph pole, 66 feet north 860 east of nail
in blazed fence post, 56.9 feet north'lo west of nail in blazed telegraph
pole, 33 feet east of center of State Highway 282, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Brooker BC 16 USC&GS 138.7
About 6.1 miles south along State Highways 235 and 282 from the
post office in Brooker, 95.2 feet south 740 east of northeast corner of
H. E. Starling's home, 61.1 feet south 880 west of nail in blazed tele-
graph pole, 41.3 feet south 4 east of nail in corner post of wire fence,
33 feet west of center of State Highway 282, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Brooker BC 15 USC&GS 145.5
About 6.4 miles south along State Highways 235 and 282 from the
post office in Brooker, 77.5 feet South 60 east of nail in blazed fence
post, 70.7 feet north 750 east of nail in blazed fence post, 37 feet east
of center of State Highway 282, in front of Frank Cauthen's home, 31.6
feet north 35 east of nail in blazed telegraph pole, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Brooker BC 14 USC&GS 140.2
About 6.8 miles south along State Highways 235 and 282 from the
post office in Brooker, at the northwest corner of cross roads, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 40.
Brooker BC 12 USC&GS 140.1
About 1 mile east of BC 14, 86.5 feet north 2 east of 14 inch blazed
pine tree, 34 feet south 560 east of nail in 6 inch blazed pine tree, 31.5
feet north of the center line of the road grade, 16.9 feet south 40 west
of rail in 4 inch blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.
Brooker BC 11 USC&GS 164.2
About 2 miles east of BC 14, 82.5 feet north 100 west of nail in 7
inch blazed oak tree, 35.2 feet south 100 west of nail in 8 inch blazed
pine tree, 28 feet north of center line of graded road leading to Brooker,
24.75 feet south 610 east of nail in 10 inch blazed oak tree, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 40.
Brooker BC 10 USC&GS 167.2
About 2.3 miles east of BC 14, 373 feet from center of cattle gap,
65.7 feet north 130 west of nail of blazed fence post, 37.8 feet south
350 west of nail in 8 inch blazed pine tree, 30 feet north of the center









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line of the road, 25 feet east of dirt road running north, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.
Brooker BC 9 USC&GS 163.9
About 3 miles east of BC 14, 7.6 miles northwest of intersection of
Brooker road and Florida 13 near Fairbanks, 800 feet north 810 west
ot old schoolhouse, 138.8 feet south 11 east of east edge of porch of
negro house, 106 feet south 34 east of nail in blazed water oak tree,
3.9 feet north of fence line, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.
Brooker BH 29 USC&GS 153.3
About 4 miles east of BC 14, along the Cyril to Louise road, 0.5 mile
north of road intersection, 400 feet north of the point of tangency of
curve, 28.2 feet west of the center line of the road, 2.8 feet east of a
wire fence. There is a cultivated field to the east of the road, and pine
woods to the west of the road. The top of the post extends 4 inches
above ground, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.
Buda BH 3 USC&GS 71.5
At Buda, 64 feet west of the center line of the Atlantic Coast Line
tracks, 28.4 feet south of the south rail of the Seaboard Air Line Rail-
road, 26.1 feet east of the east edge of an old water tank foundation,
23.3 feet west of the center line of the dirt road, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post, and projects about 8 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Buda BH 00 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 83.994
About 2.09 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the crossing of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Buda, at the
Alachua-Gilchrist County line, 28.7 feet south of the north rail, 8 feet
east of the center of a cattle guard, and 107.7 feet southeast, 123.1
feet southwest, and 80.2 feet northwest, respectively, from blazes on
three oak trees. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 45.
Burnett's Lake T 82 USC&GS 84.226
On the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, about 0.2 mile southwest of
milepost 72, at a road crossing, about 114 feet southwest of the center
line of the road, and about 32 feet southeast of the southeast rail. A
standard disk, stamped "T 82 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Burnett's Lake USC&GS 159.1
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 70, 1 mile
north of Burnett's Lake.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Burnett's Lake USC&GS 93.2
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 72, about
1 mile south of Burnett's Lake.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Burnett's Lake
See Alachua D 51, E 51.
Cadilac BA 6 USC&GS 93.4
About 6 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Newberry, between the first and second whistle
posts south of station Cadilac, 125.2 feet southeast of the first whistle
post, 28 feet west of the west rail of the main track, 27 feet north of
the second whistle post, a standard disk set in concrete post which pro-
jects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 24.
Cadilac BA 7 USC&GS 100.4
About 4.5 miles south along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Alachua, about 0.25 mile north of the railroad









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station Cadilac, about 200 feet south of a secondary dirt grade cross-
ing, 31 feet east of the center line of dirt road, 28 feet west of the
west rail of the main track, 8 feet north of the southern peak of bank,
a standard disk set in concrete post projecting about 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 24.
Cadilac
See Newberry Z 50.
Campville
See Orange Heights A 35.
Cyril PTS 77 USC&GS 154.366
About 2 miles south along highway from Cyril, Starke Quadrangle,
530 feet northwest of three corners and 8 feet northwest of a 13-inch
pine tree. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 77
156 1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Daysville
See Gainesville Q 1, C 6 and M 13.
Fairbanks BC 8 USC&GS 153.8
About 6.8 miles north along road leading to Brooker from its inter-
section with State Highway 200 at Fairbanks, 215 north and 16 feet
west of intersection of dirt road running west, at northeast corner of
triangle made by three way roads at junction of county roads leading
to Brooker, to Fairbanks, and to Cyril, 161 feet south 830 west of corner
post of picket and wire fence, 59.6 feet south 840 east of south end of
concrete side drain, 47.6 feet north 7 west of nail in corner post of wire
fence, a standard disk set in the top of concrete post-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 40.
Fairbanks USC&GS 161.5
Top of rail opposite the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 54.
Fairbanks V 1 USC&GS 162.431
About 23 yards south of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station,
about 10 yards west of the west rail, and in line with a row of poles.
A standard disk, stamped "162.431 V 1" and set in the top of a concrete
post.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Fairbanks W 1=P.T.S. 55 (USGS) USC&GS 162.470
About 450 feet north of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station, at
the post office, 10 feet southwest of the southwest corner of the building,
1 foot southwest of the cement porch floor, and about 3 inches under-
ground. A United States Geological Survey standard cap, stamped
"162.470 W 1 PRIM TRAV STA NO 55 163 1911" and riveted on the top
of a 3-inch iron pipe.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Fairbanks X1=PTS 56 (USGS) USC&GS 157.053
About three miles northeast, along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the station at Fairbanks, near Milligan's Still, about 147 yards
southwest of milepost 694, about 150 feet southwest of the end of a
switch, in the south angle of a road crossing, and 27 feet southeast of
the southeast rail. A United States Geological Survey standard cap,
stamped "157.053 X 1 PRIM TRAV STA NO 56 157 1911" and riveted on
the top of a 3%-inch iron pipe.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Fairbanks BH 30 USC&GS 140.3
Along the Cyril to Louise road, in the point formed by the fence line
and the road, 9.2 miles from State Highway 200 at Fairbanks, 241.6
feet north of the driveway to H. J. Filmers residence, 134.2 feet south
of the fence corner, 50 feet west of the center line of the Cyril to
Louise road, 13.8 feet east of a wire fence, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40.









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Fairbanks BH 31 USC&GS 141.9
About 9.4 miles north along the Cyril to Louise road from the inter-
section with State Highway 200 near Fairbanks, 0.4 mile west of
Bailey's residence, 617 feet west of the center of a bridge 34 feet north
of the center line of the road. The road at this point curves east. A
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 3
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 40 and 41.
Fairbanks BH 32 USC&GS 149.3
About 10.5 miles north along the Cyril to Louise road from the inter-
section with State Highway 200 at Fairbanks, 0.75 mile south of
Montroha, on a curve, 339 feet east of the east edge of a concrete cul-
vert, 31.6 feet south of the center line of the road, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 5 inches above ground.
-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Fairbanks BH 33 USC&GS 150.2
About 10.8 miles north along the Cyril to Louise road from the inter-
section with State Highway 200 at Fairbanks, and 0.5 mile south of
Montroha. It is near the point of tangency of curve, 236.1 feet south of
a fence corner, 167.5 feet south of the east edge of a concrete culvert,
40.2 feet east of the center line of the road, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post, and projects about 4 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.

Fairbanks A 29 USC&GS 142.504
About 2.2 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Fairbanks, 38.2 feet east of the center line of State Highway 24 pave-
ment, 28.5 feet from west rail of the railroad, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.

Fairbanks AD 26 USC&GS 156.805
About 3.3 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Fairbanks, between the railroad and State Highway 24, 480 feet south-
west of milepost 694, 33 feet east of center line of State Highway 24,
28.7 feet west of the west rail of the railroad, 480 feet south 510 west
of nail in milepost 694, 136 feet south 180 west of copper nail in blaze
on telephone pole 1811, 78 feet south 680 30' east of copper nail in blaze
on telephone pole 1812 E 24, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Fairbanks PTS 54 USC&GS 114.874
About 3.0 miles southeast along highway from Fairbanks, Hawthorn
Quadrangle, 5.4 miles northwest of Windsor, 700 feet southwest to
house, 35 feet south of three corners, second class road southwest. A
standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO. 54 1911" on top
of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Fairbanks
See Gainesville BC 1, BC 2, BC 3, BC 4, BC 5, BC 6 and BC 7.
Gainesville S USC&GS 176.985
At the intersection of East Union and West Main Streets, south of
the southwest corner of the courthouse square, in the Woodbridge
Building, at Chitty's store, at the front entrance to the second story of
the building, and in the middle of the doorway. The top of smooth band
on the outer edge of the doorsill.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville S 1 USC&GS 173.979
At the northeast corner of the post office, and in the face of the north
wall. A standard disk, stamped "173.979 S 1" and set vertically.-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.









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Gainesville R USC&GS. 176.768
At the southeast corner of the county courthouse yard, in the side-
walk, and protected by an iron cover. The bottom of a square cut in
the top of a marble post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville T 1 USC&GS 179.317
Southeast of the county courthouse, near the northeast corner of
McCollum's Drug Store, and in the face of the east wall. A standard
disk, stamped "179.317 T 1" and set vertically-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville R 13 USC&GS 179.629
At the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad passenger station, about 120
feet west of the northwest corner of the intersection of Main Street
and a cross street, about 60 feet west of the west wall of the station, in
a triangular grass plot, 20 feet east of the angle formed by a hedge, 5
feet north of the north edge of a sidewalk, and just inside the hedge. A
standard disk, stamped "179.629 R 13 1932" and set in the top of a
concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville B 29 USC&GS 139.4
About 55 feet southwest of intersection of West Main and Depot
Streets, 50 feet west of center line of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 34
feet 31/2 inches northwest of USC&GS Bench Mark Q 13 1932, 9 feet
south of center line of Seaboard Air Line Railroad (Waldo to Archer),
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville Q 13 USC&GS 139.101
At the southwest corner of the intersection of the' Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 40 feet south
of the S.A.L. track, 20 feet west of the center line of the A.C.L.
track, and 12 feet west of West Main Street. A standard disk,
stamped "139.101 Q 13 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville USC&GS 139.4
Gainesville, top of north rail of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad at
the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 56.
Gainesville R 1 USC&GS 140.653
About 80 feet east of the east end of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
passenger station, and between the main track and a sidetrack. A
standard disk, stamped "140.653" and set in the top of a concrete post.
-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville USC&GS 131.9
Gainesville, top of east rail of the Jacksonville, Gainesville, and Gulf
Railway at the intersection of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad.-Florida
Mapping Project, p. 56.
Gainesville B 28 USC&GS 129.9
About 40 feet northwest of intersection of center lines of Tampa and
Jacksonville and Seaboard Air Line tracks, 31 feet north of center line
of Seaboard Air Line Railroad (Archer-Waldo and Tampa), a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p 23.
Gainesville P 13 USC&GC 130.859
At the southwest corner of the intersection of the Jacksonville,
Gainesville & Gulf Railway and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 20
feet north of the center line of the S.A.L. Ry. track, 25 feet west of the
center line of the J.G.&G. Ry. track, and near a pole and a crossing
.sign. A standard disk, stamped "130.859 P 13 1932" and set in the









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top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville B 31 USC&GS 149.8
At point where Depot Street crosses the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
in Gainesville, about 200 feet east of center of railroad crossing, 61 feet
south of telephone pole 2152, 5 feet north of fence, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville B 30 USC&GS 145.7
At intersection of South Roper and East Depot Streets in Gaines-
ville, 42 feet 10 inches northwest of U. S. mail collection box, 19 feet
west of center line of South Roper Street, 17 feet north of center line of
East Depot Street. 10 feet south of center line of Seaboard Air Line
Railroad (Gainesville to Waldo), 9 feet northeast of telephone pole 2161,
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville B 27 USC&GS 125.5
About 600 feet east of the intersection of State Highway 25 with
dirt road which connects the highway with Depot Street, about 400 feet
southeast of a small creek running along the north boundary of a field,
65 feet north of the center line of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 25.5
feet northwest of large blazed magnolia tree, 22 feet north of the center
line of the dirt road, in an old field, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post,-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville DA 197 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 166.552
At the intersection of Masonic and Ninth Streets, in the northwest
corner of parkway in the center line of Masonic Street, 41 feet east
of a traffic light, 27 feet south of a fireplug, and 25 feet northwest of a
street light. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk,
stamped "DA 197" and set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF
State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
Gainesville DA 198 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 157.565
At the junction of Sixth and Masonic Street, 41 feet northwest of
the center of the junction, opposite the entrance to the Gainesville Court
tourist camp, in the north curb line, 22.5 feet southwest of a mail box,
and 5 feet southwest of fireplug. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State
Survey standard disk, stamped "DA 198" and set in the top of a con-
crete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
Gainesville DA 199 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 172.979
At the intersection of South Pleasant and Masonic Streets, 29 feet
southwest of the center of the intersection, in the south curb of Masonic
Street, 8 feet from the Pleasant Street curb line, 55 feet southeast of a
"Pure Oil" signpost, and 49 feet west of the corner of house No. 237.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped
"DA 199."-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
Gainesville DA 200 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 167.398
At the intersection of Oak and Masonic Streets, 27 feet southeast of
the southeast corner of the column of house No. 334, 25 feet northwest
of the center of a manhole, adjacent to a curb, and 8 feet southwest of
a fireplug. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk,
stamped "DA 200" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about
1 inch above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
Gainesville DA 201 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 168.533
At the intersection of Oak Street and University Avenue, 35 feet
northeast of a manhole in the center of the intersection, 76 feet north of
the northwest corner of the porch of house No. 405, and 50 feet south-
east of a fireplug. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard








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disk, stamped "DA 201" and set in the top of a concrete post.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
,Gainesville DA 202 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 167.500
At the intersection of Roper and University Avenue, 71 feet east of
.a manhole in the center of the intersection and 59 feet northeast of a
fireplug. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk,
stamped "DA 202" and set in the top of a concrete post about flush
with the ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 22.
,Gainesville BA 31 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 165.608
At the intersection of University Avenue and Ninth Street, in the
northwest corner of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon yard, 67 feet northwest
of the northwest corner of the fraternity house, 42 feet east of the
center line of the street, 35 feet south of the center line of the avenue,
and 15.3 feet southwest of a fireplug. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and
State Survey standard disk, stamped "BA 31" and set in the top of a
concrete post about 2 inches below ground.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 11.
Gainesville S 3 USC&GS 167.992
About 1.0 mile west of the county courthouse, at the University of
Florida, and in the bottom step at the north entrance to the Engineer-
ing Building. A standard disk, stamped "167.992 S 3."-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Gainesville Tigert Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 167.562
(1935)
On the University of Florida campus, about 30 yards west-northwest
of the Engineering building, about 50 yards northeast of the auditorium,
about 11 paces south of the center line of a paved street, and about 24.
paces west of the center line of a macadam street. Surface, under-
ground, reference, and azimuth marks are bronze tablets set in con-
crete. Station mark is stamped "TIGERT 1935" and is flush with the
surface of the ground. (Spur Line).-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic
Survey, p. 23.
Gainesville V 3 USC&GS 168.116
About 1.0 mile west of the county courthouse, at the University of
Florida, and about 500 feet northeast of the north entrance to the
Engineering Building. The top of a stone post marking the meridian
for a magnetic station, and inscribed "U.S.C.&G.S. 1914."-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville U 3 USC&GS 166.702
About 1.0 mile west of the county courthouse, at the University of
Florida, and about 325 feet east of the north entrance to the Engineer-
ing Building. The top of a stone post marking a magnetic station, and
inscribed "U.S.C.&G.S. 1914."-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville B.M.K. (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 166.269
At the University of Florida, about 15 feet northeast of the north-
west corner of the Horticultural Building, and in the center line of a
sidewalk. Station is a bronze hexagonal disk. (Spur Line).-USC&GS-
UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 24.
Gainesville A 1 USC&GS 169.2
At University of Florida, 0.1 mile west of intersection of U. S.
Highway 441 and West University Avenue, 73.3 feet west of street lead-
ing through campus by Language Hall, 68 feet southeast of intersection
of University Avenue and North Colson Street, a standard disk set in
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Gainesville C 42 USC&GS 115.3
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Plant Gardens, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville C 43 USC&GS 79.8
On University of Florida Campus at Gainesville, 1875 feet east of
University of Florida west fence line, 1655 feet north of University of
Florida south fence line, 1000 feet south of Country Club fence, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville C 39 USC&GS 125.2
On University of Florida Campus at Gainesville, 35 feet west of
center line of State Highway 25, at junction of Radio Road with the
highway, 2.2 feet south of fence line, a standard disk set in the top of
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville C 40 USC&GS 133.7
On University of Florida Campus at Gainesville, northeast of Radio
Station WRUF, 79 feet northeast from east end of concrete pavement,
2u feet southeast of southeast corner of stock pen, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville C 41 USC&GS 135.8
On University of Florida Campus at Gainesville, about 500 feet west
of north and south concrete road between Stadium Road and Radio Road,
in line with fence between field and orange grove, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 23.
Gainesville B.M. 1 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 158.88Z
At the University of Florida football stadium, 11 feet north of the
center line of a concrete street at the north side, and 12 feet east of
the center line of a macadam road at the west side. Station is a bronze
hexagonal disk. (Spur Line).-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey,
p. 24.
Gainesville B 2 USC&GS 160.3
At corner of south Ninth and Stadium Road (University of Florida)
in Gainesville, 21 feet south of the center line of Stadium Road, a
standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 29.
Gainesville B.M. 2 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 146.150
At the University of Florida, 36 feet east of the southeast corner of
the artillery stables, and in the top of a concrete catch basin. Station
is a bronze hexagonal disk. (Spur Line.)-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic
Survey, p. 24.
Gainesville B 75 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 144.343
At the University of Florida, 120 feet south of the southwest corner
of the brick artillery rifle shed, 130.7 feet southeast of the southeast
corner of the artillery stables, 32.3 feet northeast of power-transmission
line pole 27, and 31.2 feet north of the center line of a clay-surfaced
road. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped
"B 75" and set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 9.

Gainesville B 76 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 124.439
At the University of Florida, about 750 feet from the heating plant,
about 86 feet west of the center line of a dirt road leading to the sewage
plant, about 600 feet north of a bridge over a small stream, 77.6 feet
south of a fence, and 51.6 feet east of another fence. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped "B 76" and set
in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 9.








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Gainesville B 77 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 144.355
At the University of Florida, on a dirt road leading to the sewage
disposal plant, about 300 feet northwest of the plant, about 200 feet
north of a bridge over a small stream, 20 feet east of the center line of
the road, 62.4 feet east of a large magnolia tree, and 35 feet south of a
large blazed magnolia tree. Station is a U.S.C&G.S. and State Survey
standard disk, stamped "B 77" and set in the top of a concrete post.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 9.
Gainesville B.M. 3 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 104.740
At Gainesville, at the sewage disposal plant, and in the top of the
northwest corner of the filter bed. Station is a bronze hexagonal disk,
stamped "104.65." (Spur Line).-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey,
p. 24.
Gainesville B 78 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 78.827
About 600 feet south of the University of Florida sewage disposal
plant at Gainesville, 8 feet west of the center line of a dirt road leading
to the plant, 66 feet north of the convergence of a stream, and 43 feet
east of a large oak tree on the east bank of the stream. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped "B 78" and set
in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey,
p. 9.
Gainesville B 33 USC&GS 170.9
About 1.3 miles north along State Highway 24 from the Alachua
County Court House in Gainesville, 129 feet northeast of Texaco filling
station, 103 feet north northeast of Highway Marker No. F.A.P 89, 60
feet east of intersection of center line of Boundary Street with State
Highway 24, south of graded road, 42 feet west of fenced property line, 9
feet east of center line of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, a standard disk
set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville B 34 USC&GS 171.5
About 1.4 miles north along State Highway 24 from Alachua County
Court House in Gainesville, 89.5 feet northeast of telephone pole 2113,
81 feet west of fenced property line that is parallel to and west of rail-
road fence on east side of railroad, 75 feet east of fence belonging to
Alachua County fair grounds, 37 feet east of center line of State
Highway 24, 32 feet west of center line of Seaboard Air Line Railroad,
a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 30.
Gainesville B 35 USC&GS 172.8
About 2.1 miles north along State Highway 24 from Alachua County
Court House in Gainesville, 91 feet west of fenced property line be-
longing to Florida Farm Colony, 85 feet south southeast of telephone pole
2090, 37 feet east of center line of State Highway 24, 32 feet west of
center line of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, a standard disk set in a
concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 29 and 30.
Gainesville A 25 USC&GS 179.8
About 2.6 miles north along State Highway 200 from the court house
in Gainesville, at intersection of highway and Glen Springs Road, 220
feet north slightly west of yard limit sign, 81.4 feet east of intersec-
tion of roads, 37.1 feet east of center line of State Highway 200, 29.3
feet west of west rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 43.
Gainesville A 23 USC&GS 184.0
About 2.7 miles north along U. S. Highway 41 from the court house
in Gainesville, at intersection of U. S. Highway 41, and what is known
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center line of U. S. Highway 41, on east end of culvert at southwest
corner of the road intersection. A standard U. S. Coast and Geodetic
and State Survey bronze disk set in drill hole in concrete headwall,
stamped "A 23."-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Gainesville BA 20 USC&GS 176.9
About 3 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Gainesville, at the intersection of the U. S. High-
way 41 with the old Lake City Highway, at the most northern end of
Gainesville's Ninth Street, 51 feet southwest of the center line of the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, a standard disk set in a concrete post,
and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 31.
Gainesville A 26 USC&GS 166.1
About 3 miles north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
court house in Gainesville, 229.3 feet slightly west of milepost 700, 87
feet southeast of power pole E27, 37.1 feet east of center of road, 29.3
feet west of west rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 43.
Gainesville A 27 USC&GS 162.9
About 6.3 miles north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the court house in Gainesville, 89.5 feet southeast of power pole E-62-
1970, 29.7 feet west of the west rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 37
feet east of center line of State Highway 24, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post,-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 43.

Gainesville A 28 USC&GS 166.623
About 6.5 miles north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the court house in Gainesville, 315.5 feet southwest of milepost 699,
41.4 feet west of west rail, 28 feet east of State Highway 24, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 46.
Gainesville BA 17 USC&GS 188.3
About 7.0 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Gainesville, 150 feet east of a secondary
grade crossing called Gracy Crossing, 56.3 feet north of the center line
of State Highway 25, 34.7 feet south of the south rail of the main track,
between poles E46-1692 and 1693, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 4 inches above ground-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 42.

Gainesville BA 16 USC&GS 180.4
About 7.9 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Gainesville, about 500 feet east of the east
end of road guard rail over an eight foot culvert, 200 feet southwest of
pole No. 37-1656, 65 feet northeast of the center line of State Highway
25, 25.9 feet southwest of the southwest rail of the main track, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 4
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 42.

Gainesville BC 1 USC&GS 159.0
About 6.1 miles north along roads from the court house in Gaines-
ville, 0.7 mile north of the intersection of road leading to Brooker and
State Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 44.3 feet south 280 west of nail in
14 inch blazed pine, 35.3 feet north 210 west of nail in 18 inch blazed
lightwood stump, 28 feet east of center of graded road, on county road
leading to Cyril and to Brooker, 6.4 feet south 650 west of nail in 8 inch
blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
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Gainesville BC 2 USC&GS 166.1
About 6.5 miles north along roads from the court house in Gaines-
ville, 1.1 miles north of intersection of road leading to Brooker and
State Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 39.5 feet north 300 west of nail in
14 inch blazed pine tree, 39.2 feet east of center line of graded road, on
county road leading to Cyril and to Brooker, 39.2 feet south 7 west of
nail in 12 inch blazed pine tree, 24 feet south 180 west of nail in 12 inch
blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 44.
Gainesville BC 3 USC&GS 166.3
About 8.2 miles north along roads from court house in Gainesville,
2.75 miles north of intersection of road leading to Brooker and State
Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 34.4 feet south 20 west of nail in 16 inch
blazed pine tree, 31.9 feet south 630 west of nail in 12 inch blazed pine
tree, 31.1 feet north 300 west of nail in 5 inch blazed pine tree, 28 feet
east of center line of graded road that leads to Cyril and to Brooker, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 44.
Gainesville BC 4 USC&GS 171.2
About 9.1 miles north along roads from court house in Gainesville,
3.6 miles north of the intersection of road leading to Brooker and State
Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 79.1 feet north 160 west of nail in 8 inch
pine tree, 63.8 feet north 800 east of nail in 8 inch blazed pine tree. 61.7
feet north 820 west of nail in 6 inch blazed pine tree, 28 feet east of
center line of graded road that leads to Cyril and to Brooker, 8 feet
east of center of abandoned Tampa and Jacksonville Railway right-of-
way, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 44.
Gainesville BC 5 USC&GS 164.3
About 10.1 miles north along roads from the court house in Gaines-
ville, 4.6 miles north of the intersection of road leading to Brooker and
State Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 101.65 feet south 27 east of nail in
12 inch blazed pine tree, 72.2 feet north 680 west of nail is 16 inch blazed
pine tree, 54.5 feet north 210 east of nail in 12 inch light wood stump,
34.5 feet east of center of graded road leading to Cyril, along road lead-
ing to Cyril and Brooker, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 44.
Gainesville BC 6 USC&GS 166.7
About 11 miles north along roads from the court house in Gaines-
ville,. 5.4 miles north of the intersection of road leading to Brooker and
State Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 959 feet north 30 west of live oak
tree in front of W. F. Hines home, 225 feet west of southwest corner of
wood barn, on road leading to Cyril and to Brooker, 65.7 feet north 730
east of blazed post in fence line, 49.2 feet north 140 west of nail in
blazed light wood stump, 5 feet west of fence line, 12.4 feet south 530
west of corner post of wire and picket fence, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 44.
Gainesville BC 7 USC&GS 161.2
About 11.8 miles north along roads from the court house in Gaines-
ville, 6.3 miles north of the intersection of road leading to Brooker and
State Highway 24 near Fairbanks, 85.9 feet south 790 west of nail in
10 inch light wood stump, 82 feet north 110 east of nail in 14 inch blazed
pine tree, 47.6 feet north 550 west of center of road intersection, 36.2
feet south 280 east of nail in 5 inch blazed pine tree, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post. It is on the east side of the road lead-
ing to Brooker opposite old fireplace and chimney of house that has
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Gainesville A 24c (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 174.528
About 1.16 miles northeast along State Highway 24 from the inter-
section of Boundary Street at Gainesville, thence about 0.56 mile west
along Glen Spring Road, 4 feet from the south edge of the road, and
38.3 feet N 380 west of a monument at the northeast corner of section
33, T. 9 S., R 20 E. Station is a railroad spike.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 1.
Gainesville U 1 USC&GS 161.433
About 3.6 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the station at Gainesville, about 80 yards north of milepost 95,
near a crossing, opposite an old still, about 25 yards west of the track,
and in line with a row of poles. A standard disk, set in the top of a
concrete post. Note.-This bench mark was searched for but not re-
covered in 1934.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Gainesville BH 49 USC&GS 107.9
About 4.8 miles northeast along State Highway 26 from the court
house in Gainesville, on the top of a hill, 0.3 mile north of highway in-
tersection, between two curves in the highway, 34 feet west of the
center line of the highway, a standard disk set in concrete post project-
ing about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville B 40 USC&GS 85.5
About 0.6 mile east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 0.6 mile east of point where Newnan's Lake Road joins
Highway 26, 38 feet north of center line of State Highway 26, 13.3 feet
east of fence property line corner, a standard disk set in a concrete post.
Monument is located almost center of old County Highway road bed
running north of Highway 26 at this point.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 30.
Gainesville B 32 USC&GS 159.3
About 0.7 mile east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 51 feet east of center line of State Highway 24, 46 feet
north of center line of State Highway 26, 40 feet west of telephone pole
33, 9 feet east of center line of Seaboard Air Line railroad, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville B 36 USC&GS 157.5
About 1 mile east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 120 feet southeast of intersection of center lines of State
Highway 26 with Lake Newnan Road, 48 feet north of center line of
State Highway 26, 42 feet south of center line of Orange Heights-Lake
Newnan Road, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville BH 45 USC&GS 152.6
About 1.6 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 0.2 mile east of the intersection of State Highways 20
and 26, 142 feet east of the center line of driveway to a house to the
north of the highway, 38 feet north of the center line of State High-
way 26, 27 feet east of a pole, a standard disk set in concrete post pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 25.
Gainesville B 37 USC&GS 137.9
About 1.7 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, about 500 feet east of Cicen's Floral Shop, 56 feet north-
west of culvert under side road, 41 feet north of center line of State
Highway 26, 10 feet south of fence line, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville B 38 USC&GS 129.0
About 2.5 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 0.2 mile east of culvert on south side of highway where








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graded county road leads south from Highway 26, 0.1 mile west of
culvert on south side of highway (first culvert west of Starvation Hill
almost at base of hill), 35 feet north of fenced property line, 15.5 feet
south of center line' of State Highway 26, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville BH 46 USC&GS 124.0
About 3.25 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 534 feet east of a dirt cross road, 35 feet south of the
center line of the highway, a standard disk set in concrete post, pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 25.
Gainesville B 39 USC&GS 120.4
About 3.8 miles east along State Highway 26 fom the court house in
Gainesville, 51 feet northwest of northwest culvert wall on north side
of high way, 39 feet north of center line of State Highway 26, 15 feet
south of fenced property line, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville BH 47 USC&GS 118.4
About 4 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 0.25 mile west of highway intersection, 36 feet north of
the center line of the highway, west of 24-inch lone pine that is on the
north edge of the road, 14 feet south of the fence line, a standard disk
set in concrete post, projecting about 2 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville BH 48 USC&GS 91.0
About 4.5 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 0.2 mile east of highway intersection, 195 feet east of a
dirt road leading south, 37 feet south of the center line of the highway,
a standard disk set in concrete post projecting about 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville BH 50 USC&GS 89.5
About 5 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, on south fence line of the Florida Farm Colony, 108 feet
west of the center line of the highway, 68 feet west of fence corner, a
standard disk set in concrete post, projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville BH 51 USC&GS 90.8
About 6.2 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, on the top of a hill, 0.15 mile north of a house with
a galvanized iron roof, 214 feet south of gate to Chisolm's residence,
30.5 feet east of the center line of the highway, 2.4 feet west of fence
line, a standard disk set in concrete post, projecting about 3 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville B 41 UEC&GS 82.6
About 7 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, about 1 mile east of Prairie Creek bridge on Highway 26,
about 450 feet northwest of cattle guard, 14 feet north of center line of
State Highway 26, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Gainesville BH 52 USC&GS 73.4
About 7.8 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, in east and west fence line and to the west Of a curve
that leads east into a swamp, 5.5 miles west of railroad crossing in
Orange Heights, 178 feet west along east and west fence from the
fence corner, 129 feet west of center line of highway, 73.5 feet west of
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borrow pit, a standard disk, set in concrete post projecting about 4
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 25.
Gainesville BH 53 USC&GS 80.5
About 9.1 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 662 feet east of the east edge of the east bridge of three,
217 feet south of an old house, 128 feet east of the center line of a woods
road leading south, 49.7 feet south of the center line of the highway,
a standard disk set in concrete post, projecting about 4 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Gainesville S 13 USC&GS 121.525
About 1.8 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the passenger station at Gainesville, about 0.2 mile southeast of
milepost P 47, at a dirt road crossing, at the crest of a slight grade,
near the east cattle guard, 43 feet east of a wooden gate at a fence
corner, 25 feet south of the center line of a dirt road, 23.4 feet south-
west of the southwest rail, and 3 feet north of a fence corner. A stan-
dard disk, stamped "121:525 S 13 1932" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville T 13 USC&GS 99.084
About 3.6 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the passenger station at Gainesville, 4 feet east of milepost P 45,
about 0.1 mile west of a deep limestone depression, about 180 feet west
of another, on the outside of a long curve, 31 feet northeast of the
northeast rail, on the bank of a slight cut, and 2 feet inside of a wire
fence. A standard disk, stamped "99.084 T 13 1932" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 7 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville U 13 USC&GS 97.828
About 6.4 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the passenger station at Gainesville, about 0.2 mile northwest of
milepost P 42, at an old road crossing, 40 feet southeast of the center
of the west cattle guard, near the crest of a grade, 33.4 feet south of the
south rail, 28 feet northeast of a fence corner, and 24 feet west of
a dirt road. A standard disk, stamped "97.828 U 13 1932" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville B 3 USC&GS 92.5
About 1 mile south along Highway 25 from Gainesville, on crest of
a hill, at beginning of first curve south of town, 22 feet east of the
center line of the highway, 12 feet west of property line bordering
highway on east, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Gainesville B 4 USC&GS 87.7
About 2.8 miles south along State Highway 25 from Gainesville,
about 0.5 mile north of intersection of Highway 25 and Seaboard Air
Line Railroad, 17 feet west of property line, 16.5 feet east of the center
line of the highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Gainesville B 5 USC&GS 68.8
About 4 miles south along State Highway 25 from Gainesville, about
1 mile north of Payne's Prairie, about 0.5 mile south of highway and
Seaboard Air Line Railroad crossing, 36 feet east of center line of
Highway 25, just inside fence almost directly under power line, a
standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 29.
Gainesville B 6 USC&GS 78.2
About 4.8 miles south along State Highway 25 from Gainesville,
about 600 feet north of Payne's Prairie, about 1.2 miles south of








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crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 36 feet west of center line
of State Highway 25 inside fence corner, 27 feet west of west edge of
pavement on the highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Gainesville N 13 USC&GS 93.471
About 2.0 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Gainesville,
at the crossing of State Highway 24, about 248 feet south of the south-
east corner of a substation of the Florida Power Corporation, 36 feet
east of the center line of the highway, and 24 feet northwest of the
center line of the track. A standard disk, stamped "93.471 N 13 1932"
and set in the top of a concrete post protecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville B 71 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 82.925
About 2.15 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the crossing of State Highway 25 south of Gainesville to the
crossing of State Highway 24 near a power sub-station, thence about
1,100 feet north along a road to the vicinity of the caretaker's residence
at the University of Florida Experiment Station, 41.3 feet northeast of
power-transmission line pole 598, 20.8 feet northeast of a fence corner,
12 feet east of the center line of the lane, and 4 feet west of a fence
line. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped
"B 71" and set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 8.
Gainesville B 72 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 94.698
About 2.15 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the crossing of State Highway 25 south of Gainesville to the
crossing of State Highway 24 near a power sub-station, thence about
1,100 feet north along a road to the vicinity of the caretaker's residence
at the University of Florida Experiment Station, and thence about
1,600 feet west along a road, on crest of first hill west of the caretaker's
dwelling, 40.3 feet northeast of power-transmission line pole 603, 4 feet
north of the south fenceline, and 7.3 feet from the center of intersection
of lanes. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk,
stamped "B 72" and set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF
State Geodetic Survey, p. 8.
Gainesville B 73 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 94.539
About 2.15 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the crossing of State Highway 25 south of Gainesville to the
crossing of State Highway 24 near a power sub-station, thence about
1,100 feet north along a road to the vicinity of the caretaker's residence
at the University of Florida Experiment Station, and thence about 3,400
feet west along a road, 218.2 feet northeast of power-transmission line
pole 608, 188.9 feet northwest of power transmission line pole 607, 16.4
feet southwest of the center of intersection of lanes, and 5 feet north
of the south fenceline. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey
standard disk, stamped "B 73" and set in the top of a concrete post.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 8 and 9.
Gainesville C 4 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 90.131
About 2.15 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the crossing of State Highway 25 south of Gainesville to the
crossing of State Highway 24 near a power sub-station, thence about
0.84 mile south along a road, 50 feet south of power-transmission line
pole 581, on the south side of an "S" bend, 25 feet east of a line of
poles, 13.5 feet from the center line of the road, and 9.1 feet north of an
east-west fence line. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey
standard disk, stamped "C 4" and set in the top of a concrete post-
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Gainesville C 5 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 94.370
About 2.15 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the crossing of State Highway 25 south of Gainesville to the
crossing of State Highway 24 near a power sub-station, thence about
1.45 miles south along a road, 10 feet south of the center line of an
east-west dirt road parallel to a power-line cut-off, 4 feet west of a
power line, 20 feet south of a cut-off pole, and 1 foot north of a fence.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped "C
5" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 18.
Gainesville Q 1 USC&GS 82.047
About 3.5 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Gainesville,
about 30 feet east of the station at Daysville, 30 feet north of the
tack, 15 feet north of an old highway, and near a pole. A standard
disk, stamped "82.047 Q 1 DAYSVILLE" and set in the top of a con-
crete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville M 13 USC&GS 77.520
About 4.0 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad at Gaines-
ville, about 0.5 mile west of the station at Daysville, about 360 feet west
of milepost 708, 25 feet east of a road crossing, and 20 feet south of
the center line of the track. A standard disk, stamped "77.520 M 13
1932" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Gainesville C 6 USC&GS 73.5
About 4.3 miles southwest along State Highway 24 from the court
house in Gainesville, on the south shoulder of the highway about 300
yards west of Daysville freight station, 30.7 feet north of north rail of
Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 16.5 feet south of center line of the high-
way, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and set level
with the surface of the highway.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
Gainesville C 7 USC&GS 90.2
About 6.5 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the court house in Gainesville, 100 feet east of Arredonda freight
station in south roadway embankment, 150 feet east of railroad sec-
tion house,. 275 feet east of siding switch, a standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post, and projects 2 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
Gainesville C 8 USC&GS 95.3
About 6.7 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the court house in Gainesville, about 1500 feet west of Arredonda
freight station, about 200 feet northwest of frame house owned by
M. E. Beville, 80 feet south of center line of State Highway 24, 35.5
feet south of north rail, 12 feet west of telegraph pole H 7, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post and set level with ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
Gainesville C 9 USC&GS 82.5
About 8.7 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the court house in Gainesville, about 500 feet west of railroad
milepost 712, about 150 feet northwest of old sawmill site, 87 feet south
of center line of State Highway 24, 35.5 feet south of the north rail, 35
feet northeast of telegraph pole, 2441, a standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post, and projects above 2 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
Gainesville CB 2 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 95.79
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the crossing of State Highway 25 at Gainesville, thence about 7 miles
south along the old Gainesville-Ocala highway, about 122.3 feet south-
east of the center of a windmill pump, 75.9 feet west of Pole 2420, 41.9
feet south of the south rail of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks,
26.1 feet north of the center line of the highway, and 21 feet east of
the entrance road to the J. W. English property. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 20 and 21.
Gainesville CB 3 USC&GS 89.43
About 3 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the crossing of State Highway 25 at Gainesville, thence about 8.3 miles
south along the old Gainesville-Ocala highway, and thence about 2.75
miles south along a road, 65 feet west of a point 34 feet north of the
northwest corner of the Mrs: H. W. Gray house, 17 feet east of the
center line of the road, 16.3 feet southwest of a fence corner, and 6.9
feet southeast of a fence corner. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State
Survey standard disk set in the top of a concrete post about flush with
the ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 51.
Gainesville A 3 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 130.901
About 0.8 mile west along Newberry Road and State Highway 26
from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gainesville,
at Golf View Estates, 313 feet west of the entrance, 212 feet east of the
entrance to the Gainesville Golf and Country Club, 85 feet northwest of
the corner of a low wing wall, and 13 feet south of the center line of
the highway. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post. (Spur Line).-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 1.
Gainesville B 74 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 127.653
About 1.0 mile west along Newberry Road and State Highway 26
from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gainesville,
at the country club, due east of front door of the dance hall, 165 feet
south of the center line of the highway, 43.7 feet north of a palm tree
on the green of the first tee, 41.2 feet southeast of the south edge of
the east entrance door to the pavilion, and 1 foot south of a stone curb.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped
"B 74" and set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 9.
Gainesville C 2 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 76.569
About 1.35 miles west along Newberry Road and State Highway
26 from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gaines-
ville, thence about 1.01 miles south along a road, at the southwest cor-
ner of University of Florida property, 30 feet northeast of corner of
power-transmission line pole 613, 8 feet east of the center line of the
dirt road, and 4 feet north of a point 3 feet west of the southwest
corner fence post. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard
disk, stamped "C 2" and set in the top of a concrete post, projecting
about 4 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p.
18.
Gainesville A 2 UES&GS 159.1
About 1.6 miles west from the court house in Gainesville between
West University Avenue and polo field, 300 feet west of street leading
by the east side of polo field to Florida Field and Stadium, 208.6 feet
southwest of the southwest corner of Sigma Nu House, 83 feet south
550 east of intersection of West University Avenue, a standard disk set
in a concrete post.-Fldrida Mapping Project 1937, p. 33.
Gainesville BA 32 USC&GS 86.2
About 1.7 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, about 3000 feet west







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of the Golf Links Club House, 51 feet west of blazed pine sappling on
the north side of the road, 42 feet north of the center line of State
Highway 26, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects about
4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 33.
Gainesville C 3 USC&GS 85.9
About 2.9 miles west and 0.9 mile south from the court house in
Gainesville, on University of Florida property, about 1000 feet north of
Florida Power Corporation sub-station and Cellon's general store, 150
feet northeast of power pole 598, 100 feet northeast of University
building 78, 8 feet east of center line of north-south dirt section line
road, 2 feet west of section line fence, a standard disk set in the top of
a concrete post, and projects 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 37.
Gainesville A 4 USC&GS 74.3
About 3 miles west along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 65 feet northeast of the corner pole of power line running
south and west, 35 feet north of intersection of State Highway 26 and
dirt road running due south, 14 feet north of center of State Highway
26, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 33.
Gainesville BA 33 USC&GS 118.360
About 3.1 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, at intersection of
the highway and the Devil's Millhopper Road, 31 feet north of center
line of the highway, 24.4 feet west of spike in center line of Devil's
Millhopper Road marking the section corner, 22 feet west of center line
of Devil's Millhopper Road, 17 feet south of power pole 646, 5 feet
northwest of hard surface fork, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post, and projects about 5 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 33.
Gainesville BA 34 USC&GS 124.9
About 4.6 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, on the next to the
last visible rise west looking west from the Devil's Millhopper Road,
and State Highway 26 intersection, 24 feet south of the center line of
State Highway 26, 18 feet north of lone cedar tree, 15 feet west of lane
leading to Hampton Place, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and
projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 33.
Gainesville BA 35 USC&GS 149.6
About 6.6 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, about 0.3 mile
west of a negro church called Fort Clark Church, 57.8 feet southwest
of a pine blazed about 6 feet above ground, 32.5 feet north of the center
line of the highway, 2 feet south of a fence line, a standard disk set in
a concrete post, and projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 33.
Gainesville BA 36 USC&GS 122.6
About 7.3 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
at the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, about 1 mile west of
the Fort Clark Church, on the top of a rise, 74.5 feet west of a blazed
oak tree, 14 feet north of center line of the highway, 6 feet south of a
blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects
about 1 inch above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1938, p. 33.
Gainesville BA 37 USC&GS 98.6
About 8.2 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
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sand road leading to Rockyhill (nine mile lane), 34.2 feet north of spike
in center line of the highway, 61.9 feet northwest of a second spike
which is 50 feet east of the first spike, 21 feet west of a blazed hickory
tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projects about 2 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 33 and 34.
Gainesville BA 38 USC&GS 90.8
About 9.3 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, on first curve east
of northeast corner of Section 3, T 10 S, R 18 E, 14 feet south of rail-
road spike marked "A" in the center line of the highway, 60.00 feet
southwest of second spike marked "10" in the center line of the highway,
9 feet north of rail fence, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and
projects about 1 inch above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 34.
Gainesville BA 39 USC&GS 98.9
About 11.1 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, 70.8 feet north-
east of telephone pole 2, 57 feet north of the northeast corner of G. H.
Mayo's store, 19 feet north of the center line of the highway, 2 feet
south of a fence line, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and pro-
jects 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Gainesville BA 40 USC&GS 104.7
About 11.8 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, 90 feet southwest
of a blazed oak tree, 70 feet east of telephone pole 320, 54.5 feet south of
a blazed oak tree, 14 feet south of the center line of the highway, a
standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects about 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Gainesville BA 41 USC&GS 95.0
About 13.8 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the University of Florida Campus in Gainesville, at the entrance to
the home of W. H. Bell, 70 feet northeast of telephone pole 2, 51 feet
north of fence line, 25.9 feet north of the center line of the highway, 17
feet west of sand drive, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and pro-
jects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 34.
Gainesville BA 42 USC&GS 87.8
About 14.7 miles west along State Highway 26 from Language Hall
on the Univesity of Florida Campus in Gainsville, about 3000 feet south
of a dairy barn with two silos, 45 feet north of line of telephone poles,
26.8 feet east of mail box of L. Wilson, 22 feet north of the center line of
the highway, 15.9 feet south of a fence line, a standard disk set in
concrete post, and projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Gainesville L 51 USC&GS 160.236
About 2.4 miles northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Gainesville, about 0.4 mile northwest of milepost
247, about 155 feet northwest of power-transmission line pole 8, 51 feet
southwest of the west rail, and about 5 feet lower than the track. A
standard disk, stamped "L 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 10 inches above groud.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Gainesville A 24 USC&GS 190.9
About 3.1 miles along Glen Spring Road from the court house in
Gainesville, east of ninth street and west of Alabama street, 179.5 feet
west of dirt road crossing, 25.8 feet east of sidewalk, 14.3 feet north of
spike marked A in center line \of road, a standard disk set in the top of
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 43.


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Gainesville CD 1 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 170.52
About 2.6 miles west along Newberry Road and State Highway 26
from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gainesville,
thence about 2.0 miles north along Devil's Millhopper Road to a cross-
roads with a church in the northeast corner, and thence about 1 mile
east along a road, at a triangle formed by a road forks, 113.2 feet
northwest of pole 1958, 70.2 feet southwest of pole 1957, 59 feet southeast
of a 10-inch oak tree, 12 feet west of the center line of a north-and-
southeast road, and in the north end of the triangle. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 2 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Gainesville CC 3 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 173.364
About 2.6 miles west along Newberry Road and State Highway 26
from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gainesville,
thence about 2.9 miles north along Devil's Millhopper Road, at a
90-degree curve, 87 feet east of woods road leading north, 50 feet west
of a north-south fence, 27.9 feet southeast of a blazed pine tree, 16.5 feet
northwest of a blazed pine tree, 48 feet northeast of the center line of
the road, and 52 feet north of a blazed crooked 10-inch pine tree.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Gainesville K 51 USC&GS 187.687
About 4.7 miles northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Gainesville, about 0.3 mile southeast of milepost 244,
about 91 feet southeast of the center of the crossing of State High-
way 23, about 52 feet northeast of the center line of State Highway 25,
and about 40 feet southwest of the west rail. A standard disk, stamped
"K 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3
inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Gainesville CC 4 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 190.815
About 2.6 miles west along Newberry Road and State Highway 26
from the junction of University Avenue and Ray Street at Gainesville,
thence about 6 miles north and west along Devil's Millhopper Road, 28.5
feet west of the end of the hard pavement, 23 feet south of the center
line of the road, 29.5 feet northeast of a blazed pine tree, and 21.9 feet
north of a blazed pine tree. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Gainesville
See Orange Heights BH 54, BH 55, BH 56, BH 57, BH 58; Paradise
BA 18, BA 19.
Grove Park B 45 USC&GS 99.2
At intersection of Magnesia Springs Road with State Highway 20
in Grove Park, 23.9 feet northwest of the center of the intersection,
19.5 feet north of center line of State Highway 20, 2.3 feet east of east
wall of culvert on north side of State Highway 20, a standard disk set
in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Grove Park B 46 USC&GS 107.6
About 1.7 miles east along State Highway 20 from Grove Park, 2.2
miles west of Hawthorne measured from center of overpass on High-
way 20 over Seaboard Air Line Railroad in Hawthorn, 47.7 feet south-
west of center of west wall of culvert on south side of State Highway
20, 7 feet north of fenced property line, a standard disk set in a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Grove Park B 44 USC&GS 97.4
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(measured from intersection Magnesia Springs Road with highway 26),
45 feet south of the center line of State Highway 26, 4.5 feet north of
fence, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 30.
Grove Park B 43 USC&GS 115.524
About 2 miles west along State Highway 26 from Grove Park, 45
feet north of center line of State Highway 26, 24 feet northeast of
northeast edge of culvert wall, 6.5 feet from fenced property line
bordering State Highway 26 on north, a standard disk set in a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 30.
Grove Park BD 20 USC&GS 108.3
About 2.0 miles west along State Highway 26 from the post office in
Grove Park, at intersection of paved road to Phifer, 76.2 feet north 600
15' east to small blazed pine tree, 33.3 feet south 180 15' west to iron
railroad spike in center line of the highway, a standard disk set in a
concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Grove Park BD 21 USC&GS 114.9
About 2.4 miles west and south from the post office in Grove Park,
on west side of State Highway 325, 159 feet south 430 45' east to blazed
pine tree, 105.8 feet north 160 45' east t6 iron railroad spike in center
line of pavement, 29.6 feet north 87 00' east to iron railroad spike in
center line of pavement, a standard disk set in concrete post projecting
about 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Grove Park TBM B 42 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 96.229
About 3.37 miles west along State Highway 26 from the junction of
a road leading to Magnesia Springs at Grove Park, at the intersection
of State Highway 235, and on top of the northeast corner of the north
head wall of a concrete culvert. Station is a chiseled square.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p 22.
Grove Park BD 22 USC&GS 100.2
About 4.4 miles west and south from the post office in Grove Park,
on east side of State Highway 325, 74.2 feet north 890 0' west to small
blazed pine tree, 41.3 feet south 140 45' east to blazed pine tree, 35.5
feet north 550 30' east to blazed water oak tree, a standard disk set in a
concrete post and projecting about 5 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Grove Park BD 23 USC&GS 86.3
About 5.0 miles west and south from the post office in Grove Park,
along east side of State Highway 325, 84.6 feet north 840 15' west to
large blazed -pine tree, 34.8 feet south 80 45' east to small blazed pine
tree, 31 feet north 120 00' east to small blazed pine tree, a standard disk
set in a concrete post and projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Grove Park BD 24 USC&GS 88.6
About 6.9 miles southwest from the post office ,in Grove Park, 75
feet from center line and near point of intersection of curve of State
Highway 325 on west side of highway, 74.2 feet south 360 30'west to
blazed black jack tree, 50.3 feet north 140 15' east to blazed black jack
tree, 35.5 feet south 580 30' east to blazed black jack tree, a standard
disk set in a concrete post and projecting about 0.6 foot above ground.
-Florida Mapping Project 1938, p. 27 and 28.
Grove Park
See Hawthorn B 47, B 48, Y 13.
Hague BA 13 USC&GS 168.2
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Coast Line Raiload passenger station at Hague, about 150 feet east of
the center line of State Highway 25, 24.1 feet south of the north rail of
the main track of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 6.6 feet west of
west rail of a flower garden, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post, and projects about 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 41.
Hague G 51 USC&GS 167.113
At the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station park, about 99 yards
southeast of the northwest end of a sidetrack, 55.3 feet southwest of
the southwest corner of the station, 29 feet southwest of the west rail,
15.7 feet southwest of the northeast edge of the park, and 1 foot north-
west of the southeast edge. A standard disk, stamped "G 51 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post about 1 inch underground.-FSGS
Taverse No. 60.
Hague BA 14 USC&GS 167.6
About 0.5 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the railroad station in Hague, at the start of the first railroad curve
east of Hague, 63 feet northwest of a telephone pole, 60 feet north of
the center line of State Highway 25, 39.2 feet southwest of the north
rail of the main track, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post,
and projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 41.
Hague BA 15 USC&GS 175.3
About 1.1 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Hague, 66.9 feet northwest of the center line
of State Highway 25, 65 feet northeast of anchor pole supporting pole
No. 1588 E 20, 25.9 feet southwest of the south rail of the main track,
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 3
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 42.
Hague H 51 USC&GS 174.212
About 2.2 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Hague, 12.4 feet southeast of milepost 241, about 56
yards east of a driveway, about 50 feet northeast of the center line of
State Highway 20, and 41.6 feet southwest of the west rail. A standard
disk, stamped "H 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Hague J 51 USC&GS 191.437
About 4.2 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Hague, about 1.3 miles northwest of the crossing of
State Highway 23, 41 feet southwest of milepost 243, 82 feet southwest
of the west rail in an old roadbed, and about 50 feet northeast of the
center line of the highway. A standard disk, stamped "J 51 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.
FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Hague F 51 USC&GS 139.954
About 1.4 miles northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Hague, about 0.3 mile east of milepost 237, at a
dirt-road crossing, 25.5 feet west of the center line of the road, and 37
feet north of the north rail. A standard disk, stamped "F 51 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post about 6 inches higher than the track.
-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Hampton AD 194 USC&GS 142.0
About 2.3 miles south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Hampton, on the west shoulder of the railroad, 587 feet north of mile-
post 687, 16.6 feet south of the south end of the Santa Fe River trestle
6866, 5.4 feet west of the west rail, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.









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Hasan BB 3 USC&GS 175.1
About 1.5 miles south along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Santa Fe, 0.3 mile south of a road crossing, 1104 feet north of Hansan
station, between the railroad and a track road paralleling the railroad
on the west, 18.3 feet west of west rail over Atlantic Coast Line Rail-
road, 1044 feet north 120 30' east of vertex of north end of Hasan
station, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects 3 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
Hasan BB 2 USC&GS 174.8
About 1.9 miles south southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Rail-
road from Santa Fe, 1827 feet south of milepost J 67, 1070 feet south
southwest of Hasan loading station, on the first railroad curve south of
Santa Fe, 16 feet west of the west rail, 1143.6 feet south 15, west of
vertex of south end of Hasan station, a standard disk set in a concrete
post, and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Poject 1937,
p. 35.
Hasan W 82 USG&GS 174.816
About 13.5 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Lake Butler, Union County, about 150 yards south-
west of the station at Hasan, about 135 yards southwest of a road
crossing, about 25 feet west of the west rail, about 10 feet east of the
center line of a road paralleling the track, and about 8 feet south of
milepost 67. A standard disk, stamped "W 82 1934" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Hawthorn B 14 USC&GS 140.991
About 30 feet south of the southwest corner of Union Station, at
the southeast corner of the intersection of the Atlantic Coast Line Rail-
road and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 18 feet south of the A.C.L.
track, and 18 feet east of the S.A.L. track. A standard disk, stamped
"140.991 B 14 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 5 inches above ground-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Hawthorn A 40 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 133.950
On the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, about 275 yards south of the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Station, 44 feet east of the east rail, and
22 feet west of the center line of State Highway 200. A State Survey
standard disk, stamped "AD 40" and set in the top of a concrete post
about flush with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn A 38 USC&GS 153.5
303 feet north of north wall of the overpass over State Highway 200
and Seaboard Air Line Railroad at the north edge of Hawthorn, 140
feet west of center line of State Highway 200, 37.8 feet east of the east
rail of the Seaboard Air Line main track, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Hawthorn A 39 USC&GS 144.6
In the northeast edge of Hawthorn, 252 feet east of east end of south
barrier of overpass, 55 feet east of South wing wall of concrete culvert,
53.feet south of center line of State Highway 20, a standard disk set in
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Hawthorn B 49 USC&GS 154.3
About 0.5 mile east along State Highway 20 from the overpass in
Hawthorn, 43 feet north of center line of State Highway 20, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Hawthorn Hawthorne Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.)
USC&GS 144.475 (1935)
About 0.64 mile east along State Highway 20 from the east end of
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5 paces north of a fence, 6 paces south of a ditch, and about 13 paces
south of the center line of tthe highway. Surface, underground, refer-
ence, and azimuth marks are U.S.C.&G.S. bronze disk set in concrete.
Station mark projects about 8 inches.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic
Survey, p. 23.
Hawthorn C 14 USC&GS 142.355
About 0.7 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Union Station at Hawthorn, about 400 feet west of milepost 30, 25 feet
south of the center line of the track, and at the point of a switch. A
standard disk, stamped "142.355 C 14 1932" and set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 6 inches above gound.-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Hawthorn Hawthorne Azimuth Mark (Fla. Geod. S.)
USC&GS 106.799 (1935)
About 1.04 miles east along State Highway 20 from the east end of
the viaduct over the Seaboard Air Line Railroad north of Hawthorn,
about 0.40 mile east of triangulation station Hawthorne, about 12
paces south of the center line of the highway, and 2 feet north of a
fence line. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. bronze reference mark disk set in
the top of a concrete post and projecting about 8 inches above ground.
-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 23.
Hawthorn B 50 USC&GS 137.1
About 1.6 miles east along State Highway 20 from the overpass at
Hawthorn, 50 feet north of the center line of the highway, 25.5 feet
northeast of the northeast end of culvert wall, 6 feet south of fenced
property line, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 43.
Hawthorn A 42 USC&GS 100.4
About 3.1 miles south along State Highway 200 from the overpass
in Hawthorn, 39 feet east of east rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad
tracks, 20.5 feet west of center line of the highway pavement, a stan-
dard disk set in the top of a concrete post-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 42.
Hawthorn A 41 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 118.021
About 0.5 mile south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from the
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station at Hawthorn, about 175 yards
south of a station sign, 35.3 feet east of the east rail, and 21.5 feet west
of the center line of State Highway 200. A State Survey standard disk,
stamped "A 41 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 3 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn K 80 USC&GS 102.388
About 1.6 miles south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station at Hawthorn, about 330 years
north of milepost 707, about 123 yards north of a wooden trestle, 26
feet east of the east rail, 33 feet west of the center line of State High-
way 200, and 5 feet northwest of a pole. A standard disk, stamped
"K 80 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6
inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn USC&GS 102.7
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 707, about
3 miles south of Hawthorn.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn J 80 USC&GS 83.878
About 3.1 miles south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station at Hawthorn, about 0.3 mile
south of milepost 708, 66 feet south of a trail crossing, 23.4 feet east of
the east rail, and 33 feet west of the center line of State Highway 200.








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A standard disk, stamped "J 80 1934" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn USC&GS 86.0
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 708, about
4 miles south of Hawthorn.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn A 43 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 80.154
About 4.4 miles south along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station at Hawthorn, about 0.4 mile
north of milepost 710, about 175 yards south of 2 semaphores, 26.6 feet
east of the east rail, and 31.5 feet west of the center line of State
Highway 200. A State Survey standard disk, stamped "A 43" and set
in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn USC&GS 79.6
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 709, about
.5 mile south of Hawthorn.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Hawthorn A 45 USC&GS 74.0
About 7.6 miles south along State Highway 200 from the highway
overpass at Hawthorn, 0.75 mile south of Lockloosa Station, on second
curve south of station, 20 feet east of center line of State Highway
200, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 42.
Hawthorn A 14 USC&GS 128.756
About % mile west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Union Station at Hawthorn, at the northwest corner of a road crossing,
25 feet north of the center line of the track, and 20 feet west of the
road. A standard disk stamped "128.756 A 14 1932" and set in the top of
a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 9.
Hawthorn B 48 USC&GS 140.1
About 0.6 mile west along State Highway 20 from Hawthorn
(measured from center of overpass in Hawthorn), 3.3 miles east from
Grove Park (measured from intersection of State Highway 20 with
Magnesia Springs Road), 150 feet southeast of southeast corner of cul-
vert wall, 57 feet east of center line of road leading south from State
Highway 20, 38 feet south of center line of State Highway 20, a
standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 31.
Hawthorn B 47 USC&GS 143.4
About 2.3 miles west along State Highway 20 from Hawthorn,
(measured from center overpass in Hawthorn), 1.6 miles east from
Grove Park along State Highway 20 (measured from intersection of
Magnesia Springs Road with Highway 20), about 600 feet southeast of
frame dwelling in north side of State Highway 20, 39 feet south of
center line of State Highway 20, 11.5 feet north of fence line, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Hawthorn Z 13 USC&GS 124.376
About 2.7 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Hawthorn, at a dirt-road crossing, 25 feet south of the center line of the
track, and 20 feet from the road. A standard disk, stamped "124.376
Z 13 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4
inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Hawthorn Y 13 USC&GS 97.815
About 4.7 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Hawthorn, about 228 feet east of the station at Grove Park, and about
20 feet south of the center line of the track. A standard disk, stamped








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"97.815 Y 13 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about
6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Hawthorn X 13 USC&GS 111.998
About 6.7 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Hawthorn, at Phifer, at the northwest corner of a road crossing, 30 feet
west of the road, 20 feet north of the center line of the track, and
across the track from an old platform. A standard disk, stamped
"111.998 X 13 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 4 inches about ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Hawthorn
See Grove Park B 45, B 46, also see Putnam County, Hawthorn B 51,
McMeekin D 14, E 14, F 14, M, P.T.S. 3.
Haynesworth U 82 USC&GS 172.214
On the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, about 120 yards northeast of
the station, at the crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, about 24
feet north of Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 702, about 19 feet
east of the east rail of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad track, and
about 12 feet northwest of the northwest rail of the Seaboard Air Line
Railroad track. A standard disk, stamped "U 82 1934" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Haynesworth A 60 USC&GS 175.0
About 225 feet northeast of the intersection of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 25 feet southeast of
the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad track, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post, and projects about 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 35.
Haynesworth USC&GS 164.5
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Milepost 68, near
Haynesworth.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Haynesworth USC&GS 175.4
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 67, ap-
proximately 1 mile north of Haynesworth.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Haynesworth V 82 USC&GS 169.304
About 0.5 mile northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad at Haynesworth,
at a road crossing, about 15 feet southwest of the center line of the
road, about 2 feet south of milepost 69, and about 34 feet northwest of
the west rail. A standard disk, stamped "V 82 1934" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Haynesworth USC&GS 169.4
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 69, about
1 mile south of Haynesworth.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Haynesworth A 59 USC&GS 173.0
About 1.1 miles west of Haynesworth, between old and new road
from Alachua to LaCrosse, 175 feet northwest from crossing over Sea-
board Air Line tracks, at a double curve in the road, 66 feet south of
the center line of the new road, 63 feet north of north rail of the railroad
tracks, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 35.
Haynesworth A 58 USC&GS 137.0
Along road from Alachua to LaCrosse, 2.2 miles east of Alachua, 2
miles west of Haynesworth, 47 feet west of center line of intersection









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of main and side road, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
High Springs USC&GS 69.1
High Springs, top of rail opposite the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
station.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
High Springs R 51 USC&GS 70.564
About 55 feet northwest of the northwest corner of the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad freight station, about 48 yards north of the north
rail of the main track to Ocala, about 84 feet north of the north rail of
the main track to Gainesville, about 18 feet north of the north rail of
the north track, and 3 feet west of a fire hydrant. A standard disk,
stamped "R 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
High Springs BC 105 USC&GS 73.9
About 0.4 mile south along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the post office in High Springs, 0.25 mile west of State Highway 20, 79
feet east of the east rail of main line of the railroad, a standard disk
set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 33.
High Springs BC 102 USC&GS 65.9
About 1.9 miles north along U. S. Highway 41 from the post office
in High Springs, 500 feet south of the intersection of U. S. Highway 41
and Columbia Springs Road, 30 feet east of sand road beginning at
this intersection and leading southeast, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 32.
High Springs BC 101 USC&GS 50.1
About 2.2 miles north along U. S. Highway 41 from the post office
in High Springs, 0.3 mile south of the south end of concrete bridge over
Santa Fe River, 0.25 mile north of the intersection of U. S. Highway 41
and Columbia Springs Road, 35 feet west of the center line of the high-
way, a standard disk set in concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 32.
High Springs A 54 USC&GS 86.5
About 2.4 miles east along U. S. Highway 41 from the Highway junc-
tion at High Springs, at point of intersection of curve, 98.9 feet north-
west of a blazed oak tree, 91.2 feet northeast of a blazed oak tree, 75.4
feet southwest of blazed fence post on right-of-way line, 41.1 feet
south of center line of U. S. Highway 41, 12.1 feet west of a telegraph
pole, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 36.
High Springs A 55 USC&GS 81.6
About 3 miles east along U. S. Highway from High Springs 150.3
feet east of telegraph pole, 109.8 feet west of a blazed telegraph pole,
83.6 feet northwest of a blazed pine tree, 68.3 feet north of a blazed oak
tree, 50.8 feet nortlef a fence, 18 feet north of center line of U. S.
Highway 41, 16.7 feet-outh of a blazed fence post on right-of-way line,
a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 35 and 36.
High Springs Q 51 USC&GS 69.291
About 0.9 mile southeast of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station,
about 0.1 mile northwest of milepost 227, about 380 yards southeast of
the center line of State Highway 20, about 169 feet southeast of the
southeast end of a sidetrack, about 35 feet northeast of the center line
of a road that parallels the track, and about 33 feet southwest of the
west rail of the main track. A standard disk, stamped "Q 51 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.









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High Springs P 51 USC&GS 88.566
About 3.0 miles southeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at High Springs, about 11 feet southwest of milepost
229, and about 40 feet southwest of the west rail. A standard disk,
stamped "P 51 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
High Springs A 53 USC&GS 69.0
About 0.5 mile south along State Highway 45 from High Springs,
82.2 feet northeast of northeast corner of a filling station, 64.4 feet
southeast of southeast corner of another filling station, 55.4 feet south-
west of blazed oak tree, 30.5 feet northeast of intersection of old Poe
Springs Road and State Highway 45, 20.8 feet south of a fire plug, 15.9
feet west of blazed oak tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 36.
High Springs A 52 USC&GS 80.5
About 1 mile south along State Highway 45 from High Springs,
139.5 feet northeast of northeast corner of Florida Power Company sub-
station building, 64.1 feet west of southwest corner of dipping vat pool,
31.3 feet west of center of State Highway 45, 3.1 feet southwest of
corner fence post, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
High Springs A 51 USC&GS 95.5
About 3 miles south along State Highway 45 from High Springs,
165.5 feet south of southwest edge of side drain pipe, 20.6 feet south-
west of blazed fence post, 20.1 feet east of railroad spike in center line
of State Highway 45, 19.2 feet northwest of blazed fence post, a
standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 35.
High Springs BC 104 USC&GS 60.8
About 0.8 mile west of intersection of U. S. Highway 41 and State
Highway 20 in High Springs, 1900 feet west of the northwest corner of
concrete coal chute, about 525 feet south of the south entrance of High
Springs Air Port, 475 feet south of center line of State Highway 20,
25.6 feet south of the south rail of the main line of the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad, a standard disk set in a concrete post-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 33.
High Springs BF 121 USC&GS 56.706
About 2.1 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the post office in High Springs, where the highway and railroad meet,
100 feet northwest of telephone pole No. E 42, 66.6 feet southeast of a
large blazed pine tree, 57.4 feet north of a large blazed pine tree, 53
feet west of the east rail, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and projects 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 36.
High Springs S 51 USC&GS 56.040
About 1.5 miles northwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at High Springs, about 0.3 mile northwest of mile-
post 225, about 0.2 mile southeast of Santa Fe River, about 200 yards
northwest of the point where State Highway 20 parallels the railroad,
about 28 yards southwest of the center line of the highway, and about
71 feet northeast of the east rail. A standard disk, stamped "S 51
1931" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 38.
High Springs
See Newberry BH 1 also see Columbia County, Ellisville BC 88-95;
and High Springs.









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High Springs Air Port BC 103 USC&GS 68.2
On east side of High Springs Airport, .25 mile northeast of south
entrance to air port, 542 feet southeast of center of concrete circle in
center of field, a standard disk set in concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 32.
Holder Triangulation and Reference Marks
See Worthington Holder Triangulation and reference marks.
Island Grove A 47 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 74.747
At the east end of Main Street, about 300 feet east of the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad track, at a curve in State Highway 200 leading from
east to north, and west of an oak tree. A State Survey standard disk,
stamped "A 47" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse
No. 41.
Island Grove A 48 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 75.223
About 110 yards west of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad track, at
the junction of a road leading west and State Highway 200, 67.5 feet
west of the center line of the highway, and 42 feet south of the center
line of a road leading to Phifer. A State Survey standard disk, stamped
"A 48" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Island Grove USC&GS 72.7
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 714, just
north of Island Grove.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Island Grove A 46 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 72.001
About 1.2 miles north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the station at Island Grove, about 320 feet east of the track, and 44
feet west of the center line of State Highway 200. A State Survey
standard disk, stamped "A 46" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 8 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Island Grove H 80 USC&GS 67.585
About 3.2 miles north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from the'
station at Island Grove, above 0.4 mile south of the station at Loch-
loosa, about 0.3 mile south of milepost 711, about 0.2 mile north of 2
semaphores, 64 feet south of a trail crossing, 29.2 feet east of the east
rail, and 4 feet north of a pole. A standard disk, stamped "H 80 1934"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Island Grove USC&GS 71.7
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 713, 2
miles south of Island Grove.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Island Grove BD 30 USC&GS 69.2
About 1.9 miles west along State Highway 325 from the post office in
Island Grove, on north side of the highway, 127.1 feet south 70 31'
east to blazed pine tree, 90.4 feet north 410 00' west to small blazed
pine tree, 29.2 feet south 390 30' west to iron railroad spike on center
line of pavement, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projecting
about 0.4 foot above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.
Island Grove BD 29 USC&GS 73.5
About 2,5 miles west along State Highway 325 from the post office
in Island Grove, on south side of the highway, 41.2 feet south 300 0'
east to blazed hickory tree, 31 feet north 400 00' east to railroad spike
on center line of pavement, 16.5 feet north 600 31' west to small blazed
water oak, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projecting about
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Island Grove BD 28 USC&GS 67.0
About 3.75 miles west along State Highway 325 from the post office
in Island Grove, on south side of highway near point of intersection of
curve, 104.3 feet north 610 30' east to iron nail in center line of pave-
ment, 76.1 feet north 290 30' east to small pine tree, 11.1 feet south 230
30' east to small pine tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post and
projecting about 0.3 foot above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 28.
Island Grove BD 27 USC&GS 64.2
About 4.8 miles west along State Highway 325 fom the post office
in Island Grove, 0.1 mile west of Cross Creek bridge, on south side of
highway, 66.8 feet north 860 45' west to blazed magnolia tree 33.2 feet
south 720 15' east to blazed magnolia tree, 29 feet south 100 30' west to
blazed live oak tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post and project-
ing about 0.5 foot above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.
Island Grove BD 26 USC&GS 64.7
About 5 miles west along State Highway 325 from Island Grove, 0.3
mile west of Cross Creek bridge, 53.5 feet south 690 00' east to live
oak tree, 24.7 feet north 50 15' east to live oak tree, 23.1 feet north 810
00' west to live oak tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post and pro-
jecting about 0.8 foot above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 28.
Island Grove BD 25 USC&GS 82.3
About 6.9 miles west and south from the post office in Island Grove,
on east side of State Highway 325, 161.6 feet south 050 45' west to
blazed hickory tree, 89.4 feet north 250 30' east to corner of frame
building, 29.6 feet south 840 45' east to small plum tree, a standard disk
set in a concrete post and projecting about 0.6 foot above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 28.
LaCrosse AD 41 USC&GS 150.4
About 892 feet east from the depot in LaCrosse, along the Wannee
Branch of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 1153 feet east of milepost
699, 300 feet west of an old church, 250 feet east of barrel factory, 100
feet east of last switch east of LaCrosse, 86 feet west of the center of
local road crossing, 18.7 feet north of the north rail, 1 foot north of
line of telegraph poles, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.
-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
LaCrosse BA 28 USC&GS 146.4
On the extension of the State Highway 23 entering LaCrosse from
Gainesville, about 100 feet south of Shell Filling Station, 77.6 feet west
of a railroad spike in the center line of the main street, 91.1 feet north-
west of a second spike set 50 feet south of the first spike and in the
center line of the main street, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
LaCrosse BA 29 USC&GS 150.1
About 0.2 mile east of the main street in LaCrosse, on the north
side of a road and on the outside of a curve, 75 feet north of fence on
south side of the road, 39.6 feet north of a spike in the center line ef
road, 62.6 feet northwest from spike which is 50 feet east of first spike,
on center line of road, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post,
and projects 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p.
37.
LaCrosse AD 40 USC&GS 146.5
About 0.45 mile east along the Wannee Branch of the Seaboard Air
Line Railroad from Lacrosse, about on the point of intersection of the
first curve east of LaCrosse, 126 feet south of the south track, 2.5 feet









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south of fence, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
LaCrosse AD 38 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 106.805
About 3.07 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the Station at La Crosse, 628 feet northeast of milepost 696, 243
feet southwest of trestle,6958, 5.6 feet south of the south rail, 63.2 feet
southeast of a tack in a blaze on a 12 -inch slash pine tree, 88.0
feet southeast of a tack in a blaze on a 20-inch short leaf pine tree,
and 79 feet south of a tack in a blaze on a 22-inch short leaf pine tree.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 5.
LaCrosse AD 39 USC&GS 111.0
About 2.4 miles east northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from the depot in LaCrosse, 904 feet east northeast of trestle 6967 over
Rocky Creek, about 150 feet west of the east end of cut just east of
Rocky Creek, 21.0 feet south of the south rail, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 37.
LaCrosse BA 27 USC&GS 139.0
About 2.0 miles south along State Highway 23 from the railroad
station in LaCrosse, on the outside of a highway curve, 80 feet from
line of fence post on west side of highway, 35 feet from line of fence
posts on east side of highway, 32.1 feet east of a railroad spike in the
center line of the highway, 59.5 feet northeast of a second spike which
is 50 feet south of the first one and in the center line of the highway,
21.3 feet southwest of a blazed oak tree, a standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post, and projects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 36 and 37.
LaCrosse BA 26 USC&GS 144.9
About 2.8 miles south along State Highway 23 from the passenger
station in LaCrosse, about 168 feet south of center line of dirt road
branching off to the northeast from the highway, 100 feet southeast of
mail box of J. W. Harris, 27.9 feet east of a railroad spike in the center
line of the highway, 58.2 feet north of a second spike which is 50 feet
south of the first spike and in the center line of the state highway, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post and projects 2 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 36.
LaCrosse AD 42 USC&GS 153.8
About 1.5 miles southwest along the Wannee Branch of the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad from LaCrosse, at the southeast corner of crossing,
close to the fence corner, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 36.
LaCrosse AD 43 USC&GS 156.5
About 1.9 miles southwest along the Wannee Branch of the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad from LaCrosse, about on the point of intersection of
the second curve west of LaCrosse, 205.6 feet south 351/2 west of mile-
post 701, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 36.
Lochloosa A 44 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 65.331
About 325 yards north of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station, at
a curve in the State Highway 200 away from the railway, 34 feet South-
west of the center line of the highway, and 97 feet east of the east rail.
A State Survey standard disk, stamped "A 44' and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 3 Inches above ground-FSGS Traverse
No. 41.
Lochloosa PTS 45 USC&GS 65.018
About 185 feet southeast of the southeast corner of the station at
Lochloosa, Hawthorne Quadrangle, 50 feet east of old freight platform,









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between main public road south and the railroad. A standard bronze
cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 45 1911" on top of iron post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Lochloosa USC&GS 65.7
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 711, near
Lochloosa.-Traverse No. 41.
Lochloosa USC&GS 70.6
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 710, about
1 mile north of Lochloosa.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Lochloosa PTS 46 USC&GS 81.901
About 2 miles east of Lochloosa, Hawthorne Quadrangle, at southeast
corner of cross roads, 35 feet south to black stump. A standard bronze
cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 46 1911" on top of iron post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Lochloosa USC&GS 64.0
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad milepost 712, about
1 mile south of Lochloosa.-FSGS Traverse No. 41.
Lochloosa
See Hawthorn A 45; Island Grove H 80.
Louise BH 36 USC&GS 150.9
About 266 feet west from the post office in Louise, 31.4 feet south of
the center line of the road, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and projects about 9 inches above ground-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 41.
Louise BH 37 USC&GS 151.1
At the east edge of Louise, there is a swamp to the south of the road
at this point. Station is 183 feet east of J. J. Cain's mail box, 27.7 feet
north of the center line of the road, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 5 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Louise PTS 76 USC&GS 150.379
About 45 feet northeast of W. P. Birt's mail box, 50 feet west of the
south end of the railroad station, and 40 feet north of public road
crossing. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 76
152 1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Louise BH 35 USC&GS 149.1
About 0.25 mile west along the Louise to Cyril road from Louise, on
a curve, 238 feet east of a wire fence corner, 192 feet east of a woods
road leading north, 33.2 feet north of the center line of the road, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 3 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 41.
Louise BH 38 USC&GS 139.0
About 0.75 mile east along road from Louise, on the prolonged center
line of the road that leads north to Graham, 35.5 feet south of the inter-
section of the center line of the two roads, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post, and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Louise BH 39 USC&GS 140.7
About 1.4 miles east along road from Louise, 2.5 miles west from the
intersection of the road with State Highway 200, 159 feet west of a wire
fence corner, 32.6 feet north of the center line of the road, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Louise BH 40 USC&GS 148.4
About 1.9 miles east along road from Louise, 2 miles west of the
intersection of the road with State Highway 200, and 159 feet south of









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the end of a rail fence, 40.8 feet south of the center line of the road, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 6
inches above ground. There is a swamp to the west and south of the
road.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 39.
Melrose PTS 60 USC&GS 161.800
About 200 feet northeast of the post office at Melrose, Hawthorne
Quadrangle, on the north side of Bellamy Avenue, and 3 feet south of
the porch on the town hall. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM
TRAV STA NO. 60 1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 53.
Melrose BH 64 USC&GS 161.1
In the parkway at the curve at the west edge of the town of Mel-
rose, 212 feet east of center line of Quail Street, 134 feet west of center
line of Trout Street, 36.3 feet north of pole 115, 26.3 feet south of center
line of clay road, 22.7 feet north of center line of hard serface road, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and set flush with
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 48.
Melrose BH 63 USC&GS 144.0
About 1.8 miles west along State Highway 26 from Melrose, on a
curve, 4.2 miles east of railroad crossing in Orange Heights, 189 feet
east of center line of woods road leading south, 26.2 feet south of center
line of the highway, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post,
and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 48.
Melrose BH 62 USC&GS 163.5
About 2.4 miles west along state highway 26 from Melrose, on a
curve at the W. Maxwell Grove Road, 3.6 miles east from railroad
crossing in Orange Heights, 78.6 feet east of center line of Maxwell
Grove Road, 29.6 feet north of center line of the highway, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 6 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 48.
Melrose
See Bradford county also see Putnam county, Melrose and Swann
Lake.
Micanopy B 11 USC&GS 125.0
At the southern extremity of Main Street in Micanopy, about 500
feet south from the center of business section, 36.5 feet southwest of
center line of State Highway 25, 22 feet southwest of southwest edge of
pavement in the highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 32.
Micanopy BD 19 USC&GS 103.8
About 0.5 mile north along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Micanopy, on west side of the highway, 157.85 feet south 360 15' east
to copper nail in live oak on east side of highway, 109.47 feet north 410
45' east to copper nail in small blazed pine tree on east side of high-
way, 106.67 feet south 510 30' west to iron railroad spike in center line
of highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projecting about
6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Micanopy BD 18 USC&GS 99.6
About 1 mile north along State Highway 234 from the post office in
Micanopy, on west side of the highway, 76 feet south 70 15' west to
copper nail in blazed pine tree on west of highway, 70.7 feet north 320
15' east to copper nail in blazed pine tree on west side of highway, 56.4
feet north 20 15' west to copper nail in blazed pine tree west of high-
way, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projecting about 7
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Micanopy BD 17 USC&GS 73.7
About 2.6 miles north along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Micanopy, along east side of highway, 92.8 feet north 460 0' west to
copper nail in blazed pine tree on west side of highway, 57.8 feet north
800 0' east to copper nail in small blazed pine tree east of highway,
9.84 feet south 580 0' east to iron nail in charred pine stump on east side
of highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post and projecting about
6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Micanopy BD 16 USC&GS 86.5
About 3.1 miles north along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Micanopy, 182.2 feet north 570 30' west to iron nail in blazed cabbage
palmetto tree on west side of highway, 118 feet south 140 15' east to
copper nail in blazed live oak tree on east side of highway, 64.2 feet
south 880 15' east to copper nail in blazed live oak tree on east side of
highway, along west side of highway, a standard disk set in a concrete
post, projecting about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 27.
Micanopy B 8 USC&GS 83.1
About 3.2 miles north along State Highway 25 from Micanopy, about
73 feet northwest of building known as Ohio Filling Station, 48 feet
southwest of the center line of State Highway 25, about way on the
second curve in highway south of Payne's Prairie, a standard disk set in
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Micanopy B 7 USC&GS 93.9
About 4 miles north along State Highway 25 from Micanopy, 0.2 mile
south of a highway fill on Payne's Prairie, about 250 feet south of crest
of first hill south of Payne's Prairie, 35 feet west of center line of State
Highway 25, 20 feet east of power line, a standard disk set in a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 29.
Micanopy B 9 USC&GS 74.7
About 1.9 miles along State Highway 25 from Micanopy, about 1300
feet north of road intersection, 101 feet southwest across the Seaboard
Air Line Railroad from the center line of State Highway 25, 33.5 feet
southwest of center line of the railroad, west of Lake Wauberg in an old
field, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 29.
Micanopy B 12 USC&GS 112.7
About 1.9 miles south along State Highway 25 from Micanopy, 95
feet northwest from county road intersecting State Highway 25 and
leading to Simonton's farm, 57 feet southwest of center line of the high-
way, 48 feet southwest of southwest edge of pavement of the highway,
40 feet northeast of a power line, a standard disk set in a concrete post.
-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 32.
Micanopy CB 8 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 105.81
About 2.2 miles west and south along a road leading to Flemington,
Marion County, from Micanopy, at the junction of a graded road, 58
feet northwest of the center line of the main road, 37.5 feet north of a
blazed 10-inch pine tree, 36.1 feet northeast of a blazed 10-inch pine tree,
and 34.6 feet southwest of the center line of the side road. Station is
a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in top of a concrete
post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Micanopy B 9A (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 95.664
About 1.63 miles northwest along State Highway 25 from the junc-
tion of a road leading to Rochelle at Micanopy, on the south shoulder of
the old road leading to Gainesville, at the southwest corner of the
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west rail, and near the foot of a "Safety" sign. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S.
and State Survey standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 6.
Mocanopy Tacoma Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 119.484
(1935)
About 1.63 miles northwest along State Highway 25 from the junc-
tion of a road leading to Rochelle at Micanopy, thence about 0.34 mile
west along the old road leading to Gainesville, on the Frank Hines
property, about 41 paces northwest of the northwest corner of the
house, about 22 paces west-southwest of a gate to the Hines property,
about 14 paces south of the center line of the road, and 5 paces south
of a wire fence. Surface, underground, reference and azimuth marks
are U.S.C.&G.S. bronze disks set in concrete. Station mark projects
about 6 inches and is stamped "TACOMA 1935."-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 23.
Micanopy Junction PTS 43 USC&GS 76.371
About 3 miles east of Micanopy Junction, Hawthorne Quadrangle, at
the southeast corner of cross roads, and 30 feet northwest of 15 inch
pine tree. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 43
1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Micanopy Junction PTS 44 USC&GS 72.583
Along the Micanopy -Hawthorn road, Hawthorne Quadrangle, 7.1
miles east of Micanopy Junction, 650 feet east of the center of bridge
over Lochloosa Creek, and 70 feet east of forks of road. A standard
bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 44 1911" on top of iron
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Micanopy Junction PTS 42 USC&GS 68.036
About 0.6 mile south along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Micanopy Junction, Hawthorne Quadrangle, in the center of a triangle
formed by three roads, and 25 feet east of crossing. A standard bronze
cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 42 1911" on top of iron post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Montroha BH 34 USC&GS 145.7
In the northwest corner of the cross roads, 111 feet east of
rail fence corner, 79.5 feet northwest of a wire fence corner, 38.7
feet south of a barn, 25.1 feet west of north and south road, 20.3
feet north of east and west road, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and is set flush with the ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 41.
Montroha
See Fairbanks BH 32, BH 33.
Newberry W 50 USC&GS 76.657
At the southeast corner of the north park of the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad station, 38 feet north of the north side of the station, about 50
feet west of the west rail of the north-and-south track, at the crossing
of the east-and-west track, and 17.8 feet north of the north rail of the
east-and-west track. A standard disk, stamped "W 50 1934" and set
in the top of a concrete post flush with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No.
60.
Newberry BF 1 USC&GS 74.6
About 243 feet south of center of water tank in Newberry, 133 feet
southwest of fire hydrant, 123.6 feet southeast of corner of power plant,
31.2 feet south of south rail of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
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Newberry C 33 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 79.281
About 0.54 mile north along U. S. Highway 41 from the intersection
of State Highway 26 at Newberry, 28.5 feet west of a spike in the center
line of the highway, about 85 feet northwest of the northwest corner of
a service station, 47 feet south of a Gulf "Safety sign," 42.3 feet north of
a city limits sign, and 7 feet north of a dirt lane. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk in the top of a concrete
post. Note: This station has been reported destroyed.-USC&GS-UF
State Geodetic Survey, p. 19.
Newberry C 33 USC&GS 79.8
About 1.3 miles north along State Highway 45 from the post office
in Newberry, 47 feet south of Gulf "Safety sign," 43.2 feet north of city
limits sign, 28.5 feet west of spike in center of the highway, a standard
disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Newberry BA 1 USC&GS 91.0
About 2 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
passenger station in Newberry, about 37 yards north of a sign reading
"Newberry-2 miles," 53.7 feet northeast of a blazed pine tree, 46.4 feet
-east of line of fence, 23 feet west of the west rail of the main track,
marked according to standard survey disk set in concrete post, which
projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 24.
Newberry BA 2 USC&GS 90.9
About 2.5 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station at Newberry, about 150 feet northeast of a small
windmill, 79.4 feet northeast of a blazed pine tree, 75.4 feet northwest
of a whistle marker on the east side of the track, 23 feet west of the
west rail of the main track, a standard disk set in concrete post which
projects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 24.
Newberry BA 3 USC&GS 95.4
About 3.2 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Newberry, about 175 feet south of a secondary
grade crossing, 79 feet northeast of northernmost palmetto in front of
G. T. Kennard's house, 57.5 feet southwest of a blazed telephone pole,
35 feet east of the center line of dirt road on west side of the track, 23
feet west of the west rail of the main track, a standard disk set in con-
crete post. which projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Map-
ping Project 1937, p. 24.
Newberry C 34 USC&GS 91.1
About 3.6 miles north along State Highway 45 from the post office in
Newberry, 75 feet west of yard limit of Hadsock property, 39 feet west
.of spike in center of the highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post.
-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Newberry BA 4 USC&GS 112.6
About 3.8 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Newberry, 50 feet south of a 900 fork in the
-dirt road on the west side of the track, 23 feet west of the west rail of
the main track, about 7 feet southwest of a milepost marked "M 81," a
standard disk set in concrete post which projects about 1 inch above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 24.
Newberry C 35 USC&GS 91.6
About 4.6 miles north along State Highway 45 from the post office
in Newberry, 938 feet north of concrete culvert, 77 feet west of fence
line, 33 feet west of spike in the center of the highway, a standard disk
set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.








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Newberry BA 5 USC&GS 87.9
About 5 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Newberry, on the second curve north of New-
berry, about 65 feet southwest of a blazed telephone pole, about 50 feet
east of the center line of dirt road on the west side of the track, 31
feet west of the west rail of the main tracK, on west bank and on top of
fill at the curve, a standard survey disk set in concrete post which pro-
jects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p.
24.
Newberry C 36 USC&GS 83.7
About 5 miles north along State Highway 45 from the post office in
Newberry, 218 feet south of metal culvert, 73 feet west of fence line, 35
feet west of spike in the center line of the highway, 18.5 feet east of
fence line, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 34.
Newberry CC 6 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 94.005
About 5 miles north along U. S. Highway 41 from the intersec-
tion of State Highway 26 at Newberry, thence about 2.2 miles east along
a road, at the end of the limerock pavement, opposite a T-road leading
south, 49.5 feet northeast of the corner post, at the southwest corner of
the junction, in line with the east fence of the north-south road, 22.5
feet southwest of a blazed pine tree, and 6 inches inside the north fence
of the east-west road. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post about 31 inches under
ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Newberry C 37 USC&GS 92.4
About 6.2 miles north along State Highway 45 from the post office
in Newberry, 78 feet north of south drive to house, 55 feet south of north
drive to house, 15 feet east of spike in center line of the highway, in
yard of J. L. Martin's property, a standard disk set in a concrete post,
and set about 4 inches underground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 34.
Newberry C 38 USC&GS 100.0
About 7.5 miles north along State Highway 45 from Newberry, in
yard of J. L. Holton's property, set in center of circle drive to house,
34 feet south of north drive to house, 25 feet east of spike in the center
of the highway, 23 feet north of south drive to house, a standard disk
set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 34.
Newberry C 44 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 87.106
About 7.93 miles north along U. S. Highway 41 from the intersection
of State Highway 26 at Newberry, about 250 feet (200 yards ?) south-
west of a service station, 39 feet west of the center line of the highway,
and 18.5 feet south of fence corner. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State
Survey standard disk, stamped "C 44" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 3 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State
Geodetic Survey, p. 20.
Newberry BH 1 USC&GS 72.7
About 9.5 miles north along State Highway 45 from Newberry, 4.5
miles south of High Springs, on the north shoulder of a dirt road leading
east along the railroad, 28 feet east of the center line of State Highway
45, 28 feet south of the south rail of railroad, 21.5 feet north of fence
corner, 7.7 feet north of the center line of the dirt road, 4.8 feet east of
the center line of an Amco Culvert which lies parallel to State Highway
45 and perpendicular to the dirt road, a standard disk set in the top of
a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Newberry C 45 USC&GS 89.3
About 9.8 miles north along State Highway 45 from Newberry, 0.3
mile south of a service station, 34 feet east of center line of the highway









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pavement, a standard disk set in a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 34.
Newberry Y 50 USC&GS 106.000
About 4.3 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Newberry, about 0.2 mile southwest of milepost 81,
about 67 yards southwest of the east end of a sidetrack, at a road
crossing, about 77 feet southwest of the center line of the road, 34 feet
northwest of the north rail, and 27 feet southeast of the center line of a
road paralleling the track. A standard disk, stamped "Y 50 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 2 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Newberry Z 50 USC&GS 80.361
About 6.4 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line railroad
from the station at Newberry, about 0.6 mile west of the station at
Cadillac, about 0.2 mile southwest of the southwest end of the switch
at Cadillac, 226 feet southwest of milepost 79, and 37 feet northwest
of the north rail. A standard disk, stamped "Z 50 1934" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS.
Traverse No. 60.
Newberry CC 1 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 93.457
About 0.52 mile northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Newberry, thence about 6% miles east along a dirt
road and State Highway 26 to the west boundary of the Arredondo
Grant, and thence about 23 miles north along a road, at a road junc-
tion, 34 feet west of the center line of the north-south road, and 25.9
feet south of the center line of the east-west road. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Newberry CC 5 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 117.211
About 0.52 mile northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Newberry, thence about 6% miles east along a dirt
road and State Highway 26 to the west boundary of the Arredondo
Grant, thence north about 4.3 miles along a road, and thence east about
1.4 miles along a road, 11 feet west of the southeast corner of the Jake
*Brown fence, 21 feet north of the center line of the road, 58 feet west
of a blazed red oak tree, 11 feet west of a corner fencepost, and 28 feet
south of a blazed 20-inch pine tree. Station is a US.C.&G.S. and State
Survey standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF
State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Newberry 81 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 81.627
About 0.5 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the station at Newberry, about 180 yards west of milepost 85, about 239
yards east of the center line of State Highway 45, 34 feet south of the
south rail of the main track, and 28 feet north of the center line of a
dirt road paralleling the track. A State Survey standard disk, set in
the top of a concrete post flush with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No.
60.
Newberry X 50 USC&GS 88.277
About 2.5 miles east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
station at Newberry, about 0.3 mile southwest of a sidetrack switch,
36 feet southeast of the center line of a road, and about 25 feet north-
west of the north rail. A standard disk, stamped "X 50 1934" and set
in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Newberry CD 7 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 87.673
About 2 miles south along U. S. Highway 41 from the intersection of
State Highway 26 at Newberry, thence about 3 miles due east along a.








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limestone section-line road, on the center line of a N-S section line
road, 36.5 feet northeast of a cattle-guard post, 33 feet northwest of a
cattle-guard post, and 15 feet south of the center line of the east-west
road. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in
the- top of a concrete post.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Newberry CD 8 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 89.945
About 0.52 mile northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Newberry, thence about 6% miles east along a dirt
road and State Highway 26, and thence about 2.7 miles south along the
west boundary of the Arredondo Grant, 10 feet west of the center line
of the road, and 14.0 feet southeast, 21.0 feet north, and 27.0 feet north-
west, respectively, from three blazed pine trees. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk, stamped "CD 8" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 21.
Newberry A 14 USC&GS 87.2
About 0.8 mile south along State Highway 45 from the post office in
Newberry, 18.2 feet east of corner fence post, 14.6 feet east of spike
marked "A" in the center line of the highway, 13 feet west of corner
fence post, 12.3 feet south of south end of metal culvert, 4 feet south-
west of city limits sign, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 44.
Newberry A 15 USC&GS 92.5
About 2.1 miles south along State Highway 45 from the intersection
of State Highway 45 and 26 in Newberry, near point of intersection of
curve, 94 feet west of 14 inch pine tree with blaze, 52.5 feet east of the
east rail of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 48.2 feet west of spike in
center line of the highway, 46.5 feet northeast of telephone pole F-58,
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 44.
Newberry A 16 USC&GS 75.1
About 5.4 miles south along State Highway 45 from the intersection
of State Highway 45 and 26 in Newberry, 84.4 feet east of the east rail
of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 53.3 feet east of a telephone pole,
33.5 feet west of a spike in center line of State Highway 45 and 2.5 feet
northeast of fence corner post at the curve of State Highway 45 and
railroad, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 44.
Newberry CC 2 USC&GS 124.8
About 3 miles southwest along the Alachua to Newberry road from
Alachua, near Mr. Shaw's farm house, in line with the tee road west,
14.5 feet from a blazed oak tree, which is on the north side of the road, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, with the words "U. S.
Coast and Geodetic Survey" chiseled off.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 51.
Newberry BF 2 USC&GS 87.8
About 0.6 mile west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from the
post office in Newberry, 98.6 feet south of the south rail, 91.7 feet
northwest of pole 66, 60.2 feet southwest of pole 67, 39.2 feet north of
spike in center line of State Highway 26, a standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Newberry V 50 USC&GS 82.234
About 1.2 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Raiload from
the station at Newberry, about 0.3 mile east of milepost 87, at a private-
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west of the west end of a sidetrack, and about 50 feet north of the north
rail of the main track. A standard disk, stamped "V 50 1934" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 5 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 60.
Newberry BF 3 USC&GS 85.6
About 1.9 miles west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and
State Highway 26 from the post office in Newberry, 177.3 feet northwest
of power pole 42, 177.8 feet northeast of power pole 43, 158.5 feet south
of south rail, 35.45 feet north of center line of State Highway 26, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 46.
Newberry BF 4 USC&GS 100.4
About 2.6 miles west along State Highway 26 from the post office in
Newberry, 176.2 feet west of blazed oak tree, 117.5 feet northeast of
power pole 30, 41.6 feet southeast of blazed pine tree, 34.6 feet north of
spike in center of the highway, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Newberry
See Cadillac BA 6, also see Gilchrist county, Newberry BF 5,
BF 6, BF 7, BH 15, T 50, U 50.
Orange Heights A 32 USC&GS 153.456
About 792 feet north of the cross roads in Orange Heights, 63 feet
west from center line of the highway pavement at a curve, 53.5 feet
east of east rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 48.
Orange Heights A 33 USC&GS 135.8
About 192 feet south of Orange Heights cross road, 36.8 feet east of
east rail of Seaboard Air Line tracks, 28.8 feet west of center line of
State Highway 200, a standard disk, set in concrete post.-Florida
Mapping Project 1927, p. 26.
Orange Heights BH 58 USC&GS 133.2
About 12.9 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 0.4 mile west of railroad crossing in Orange Heights,
337 feet west of center line of dirt road leading north, 30.1 feet north of
center line of the highway, 5.5 feet east of fence corner, a standard
disk set in concrete post, projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Orange Heights BH 59 USC&GS 169.0
About 0.6 mile east along State Highway 26 from the railroad in
Orange Heights, on a curve at house to the north of the highway, 418
feet east of a graded road leading north, 90 feet west of the driveway
to house, 41.5 feet north of the center line of the highway, 14.4 feet
south of a fence line, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post,
and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 49.
Orange Heights BH 60 USC&GS 154.4
About 1.3 miles east along State Highway 26 from the railroad
crossing in Orange Heights, on a curve and across the road from.J. J.
Parrish's residence, 58 feet southwest of mail box, 30.3 feet south of the
center line of the highway, 7.8 feet west of west edge of a gate, 2.7 feet
north of fence line, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and
projects 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 49.
Orange Heights BH 61 U SC&GS 191.8
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in Orange Heights, on a curve 0.5 mile east of the intersection of the
highway with Earlton Road, 41.3 feet west of center line of woods road,
31.7 feet north of center line of the highway, 14.3 feet south of guy
post, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 2
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 48.
Orange Heights A 34 USC&GS 151.7
About 1.6 miles south along State Highway 200 from Orange
Heights, 36.5 feet east of east rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks,
31.5 feet west of center line of the highway, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.
Orange Heights A 35 USC&GS 156.6
About 3.9 miles south along State Highway 200 from Orange Heights
cross roads, 0.5 mile north of village of Campville, 52 feet east of east
rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks, 16.4 feet west of center line
of State Highway 200, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.
--Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.
Orange Heights A 36 USC&GS 142.Z
About 6 miles south along State Highway 200 from Orange Heights,
35.8 feet east of east rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad tracks, 30.3
feet west of center line of highway pavement, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.
Orange Heights A 37 USC&GS 147.2
About 7 miles south along State Highway 200 from Orange Heights,
210 feet north of center line of side road leading west across the rail-
road tracks, 42.3 feet east of east rail of Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 26
feet west of center line of State Highway 200 pavement, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.
Orange Heights BH 57 USC&GS 13i6
About 12.6 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, on a curve and a graded road leading north, 0.8 mile west
from railroad crossing in Orange Heights, 223 feet east of road inter-
section, 37 feet north of center line of the highway, 37 feet south of
center line of graded road, 21 feet west of center line of drainage ditch,
on a curve and a graded road leading north, a standard disk set in con-
crete post, projecting about 10 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 26.

Orange Heights BH 56 USC&GS 127.4
About 12 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 1.4 miles west from the railroad crossing in Orange
Heights, on a curve at a grade road leading south, 224 feet south of the
intersection on the road and highway, 40 feet east of the center line of
the highway, 22 feet west of center line of graded road, a standard disk
set in concrete post, projecting about 6 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Orange Heights BH 55 USC&GS 115.0
About 11.3 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house
in Gainesville, 2.1 miles west of railroad crossing in Orange Heights,
32 feet west of the center line of the highway, 17 feet south of center
line of B. B. Hughes private road, a standard disk set in concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 26.
Orange Heights BH 54 USC&GS 101.1
About 10 miles east along State Highway 26 from the court house in
Gainesville, 3.1 miles west from railroad crossing in Orange Heights, 82








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feet south of center line of old grade, 32 feet west of center line of the
highway, a standard disk set in concrete post, projecting about 4 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Orange Heights
See Gainesville BH 52, also see Melrose BH 62, BH 63.
Palmer C 11 USC&GS 71.2
About 4.8 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad be-
tween the railroad and State Highway 24 at Palmer railroad siding, 225
feet west of switch stand to siding, 100 feet east of Palmer Station sign,
61 feet south of center line of the highway, 30.5 feet north of north
rail of railroad, 10 feet east of center line of dirt road crossing tracks, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post and set level with the
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Palmer
See Archer J 13, N 1.
Paradise BA 19 USC&GS 183.2
About 4.3 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad pas-
senger station in Gainesville, at Paradise, 72.5 feet north of pole 180, 51
feet east of the southeast corner of the station, 46.3 feet south of the
south rail of the main track, 46 feet north of the center line of State
Highway 25, 24 feet east of a secondary dirt road crossing, a standard
disk set in a concrete post projects 1 inch above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 31.
Paradise BA 18 USC&GS 191.8
About 5.8 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the passenger station in Gainesville, 0.8 mile north of the State High-
way 23 intersection with State Highway 25, just north of Paradise, 149
feet east of telephone pole 174, 92 feet northeast of the center line of
State Highway 25, 40.1 feet south of the south rail of the main track,
between poles E59-1742 and 1744, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 2 inches above ground-Florida Map-
ping Project 1937 p. 42.

Paradise BA 21 USC&GS 188.0
About 2.5 miles north along State Highway 23 from the passenger
station in Paradise, on the east side of the second curve north of
Paradise, 30.4 feet east of a railroad spike in center line of the highway,
60 feet northeast of a second railroad spike about 50 feet south of the
first spike also in the center line of the highway, 22.4 feet southwest of
a blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects
about 5 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 32.
Paradise BA 22 USC&GS 182.1
About 3.1 miles north along State Highway 23 from the station at
Paradise, 31.4 feet west of a railroad spike in the center line of the
highway, 59.8 feet northwest of a second spike which is 50 feet south
of the first one and in the center of the highway, a standard disk set in
concrete post, and projects about 4 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 32.
Paradise BA 23 USC&GS 169.3
About 3.8 miles north along State Highway 23 from the station in
Paradise, at the third main curve from Paradise, at the intersection of
roads leading to LaCrosse and to Brooker, 80.6 feet north of the center
of the west end of concrete culvert on the road leading to Brooker, 32
feet northeast of a railroad spike in the center line of highway, 62.2
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spike, 47.6 feet south of a blazed pine tree, a standard disk set in a con-
crete post and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 32.
Paradise BA 24 USC&GS 170.6
About 4.5 miles north along State Highway 23 from the passenger
station in Paradise, on the fourth main curve north from Paradise, 28.9
feet southwest of a railroad spike in the center line of the highway,
57.2 feet west of a second railroad spike which is 50 feet from the first
one and in the center line of the highway, 22 feet northeast of a blazed
pine tree, a standard disk set in concrete post, and projects about 5
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Propect 1937, p. 32.
Paradise BA 25 USC&GS 177.0
About 5.8 miles north along State Highway 23 from the passenger
station in Paradise, at curve in front of the Strickland farm, 29.9 feet
southwest of a railroad spike in the center line of the highway, 58.7
feet west of a second spike in the center line that is 50 feet south from
the first one, 57 feet southwest of a line of fence posts, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 4 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 36.
Paradise BA 30 USC&GS 165.8
About 4.4 miles northeast of Paradise, 0.74 mile northeast along
State Highway 282 from its intersection with State Highway 23, 150
feet east of sand side road, 63.5 feet northwest of telephone pole, 32 feet
north from center line of the highway, 11.2 feet southwest of a 4 inch
blazed pine tree, 7 feet south of an 8 inch blazed pine tree, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p.
40.
Peach Orchard
See Archer H 13.
Phifer
See Hawthorn X 13.
Rochelle. PTS 40 (USGS) USC&GS 82.241
On the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, 15 feet southeast of the
main entrance to the schoolhouse. A United States Geological
Survey standard cap, stamped "82.241 PRIM. TRAV. STA. NO. 40" and
rivited on the top of a 31/2-inch iron pipe.-FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Rochelle W 13 USC&GS 80.735
About 0.2 mile east along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Rochelle, about 100 feet west of a road crossing, 20 feet north of the
center line of the track, and 15 feet northwest of the point of the frog at
a Y-switch. A standard disk, stamped "80.735 W 13 1932" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 9.
Rochelle V 13 USC&GS 73.274
About 0.5 mile west along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
Rochelle, 10 feet east of a road crossing, 30 feet north of the center line
of the track, and about 50 feet south of a old paved road paralleling
the track. A standard disk, stamped "73.274 V 13 1932" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 9.
Rochelle BD 11 USC&GS 76.7
About 0.65 mile north along paved State Highway 234 from the post
office in Rochelle, 68.4 feet north 660 30' east to copper nail in small pine
tree, 24.3 feet north 490 30' west of railroad spike on center line of high-








50 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

way, 21.5 feet south 50 00' west to copper nail in large pine tree, a
standard disk set in concrete post and projecting about 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Rochelle BD 13 USC&GS 110.7
About 0.95 mile south along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Rochelle, 70.5 feet north 54 west to copper nail in small pine tree
west of highway, 19.5 feet south 25 45' west to copper nail in small
pine tree east of highway, 7.3 feet north 540 15' east to copper nail in
small pine tree east of highway on east side of highway, a standard disk
set in a concrete post and projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Rochelle BD 14 USC&GS 86.3
About 2.6 miles south along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Rochelle, 84.65 feet south 320 30' east to copper nail in live oak on
east side of highway, 48.4 feet north 320 east to copper nail in small
water oak on west side of highway, 32.3 feet south 560 45' west to
copper nail in small water oak on west side of highway, along west side
of highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post projecting about 6
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26 and 27.
Rochelle BD 15 USC&GS 90.0
About 2.8 miles south along State Highway 234 from the post office
in Rochelle, 82.97 feet south 74o 30' east to copper nail in live oak tree
on east side of highway, 9.25 feet north 640 15' west to copper nail in
live oak on west side of highway, 6.55 feet south 710 30' west to copper
nail in live oak tree on west side of highway, along the west side of
highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post, projecting about 4
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 27.
Rochelle PTS 41 USC&GS 72.111
Located 35 feet southwest of road crossing at River Styx, Hawthorne
Quadrangle, 4 miles south of Rochelle. A standard bronze cap, stamped
"PRIM TRAV STA NO 41 1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 53.

Rochelle BD 12 USC&GS 75.3
About 0.65 mile southwest along State Highway 234 from the post
office in Rochelle, about 100 feet south of railroad crossing, 89.6 feet
south 630 30' east to copper nail in live oak tree, 21.3 feet north 260 00'
east to copper nail in pine tree west of highway, 18.0 feet north 620 45'
west to copper nail in pine tree east of highway, on the west side of the
highway, a standard disk set in a concrete post projecting about 4
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 26.
Santa Fe USC&GS 144.7
Top of rail opposite the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station.-
FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Santa Fe X 82 USC&GS 145.302
About 125 feet southeast of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad station
at Santa Fe, about 280 yards south of a road crossing, about 26 feet
south of another road crossing, and about 23 feet east of the east rail.
A standard disk, stamped "X 82 1934" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Santa Fe BB 4 USC&GS 145.0
At Santa Fe, 818 feet south of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost
J 65, 127 feet south of the south end of the railroad station, 32 feet
south of center line of road crossing, 15.5 feet east of west rail of At-
lantic Coast Line Railroad, 275 feet south 030 west of the center of









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signal block, 77 feet north 840 east of the northeast corner of a one story
house, 42.2 feet north 690 west of a 15 inch pine tree, a standard disk
set in a concrete post, and projects 1 inch above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
Santa Fe USC&GS 95.0
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 64, at
Santa Fe.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.

Santa Fe BB'5 USC&GS 132.5
About 0.6 mile north along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station
in Santa Fe, about on the point of intersection of the first curve north of
Santa Fe, 38 feet south of a cattle gap, 24.4 feet east of the east rail,
153.7 feet north 100 east of telegraph pole, 37.4 feet south 310 west of 9
irch oak tree, 26.7 feet south 140 east of a telegraph pole, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 4 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.

Santa Fe USC&GS 83.7
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 63, about
1 mile north of Santa Fe.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.

Santa Fe BB 6 USC&GS 102.2
About 1.9 miles north along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the station in Santa Fe, 2169 feet south of the State Highway 235
crossing, 1420 feet south of milepost J 63, about 825 feet north of a
track road crossing. 25 feet east of the west rail of the railroad, on the
backslope of the east ditch, 132.0 feet south 310 east of an 8 inch oak
tree, 119 feet south 040 west of telegraph pole, 62.3 feet north 040 30'
west of a telegraph pole, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and projects 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 47.

Santa Fe USC&GS 142.0
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 65, 1 mile
south of Santa Fe.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Santa Fe USC&GS 135.7
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 66, ap-
proximately 2 miles south of Santa Fe.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Santa Fe BB 1 USC&GS 166.2
About 2.8 miles south along the Atlantic Coast Line from Santa Fe,
572 feet north of milepost J 68, on top of the backslope of the east
ditch, 26.7 feet east of the west rail of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad,
a standard disk set in a concrete post, and projects 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 35.
Santa Fe
See Hasan BB 2, BB 3.
Tacoma Triangulation
See Micanopy Tacoma Triangulation.
Tigert Triangulation
See Gainesville Tigert Triangulation.

Wade BH 2 USC&GS 94.6
About 1.5 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Wade, on top of a hill, 32.6 feet north of the south rail, 27.5 feet west
of a pole, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects
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Wade BH 4 USC&GS 71.4
About 1.2 miles northwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Wade, about on the point of tangency of a curve, 29 feet west of
the west rail, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and set
flush with the ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Wade BH 5 USC&GS 81.5
About 2 miles northwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Wade, 29 feet west of the west rail, 22.5 feet south of the center line of
road, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 4
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Wade BH 6 USC&GS 82.6
About 2.75 miles northwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Wade, 20.3 feet northeast of the center line of the railroad at the
point of curvature of curve, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post, and projects 8 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p 45.
Wade BH 7 USC&GS 78.2
About 3.5 miles northwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Wade, 20.6 feet south of the north rail at the point of tangency of
curve, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects
about 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 45.
Waldo Y 1 USC&GS 155.380
About 13 yards north of a point 30 yards west of the northwest
corner of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station, about 16 yards from
the northeast corner of the Waldo Hotel, and about 9 yards east of a
paved street. A standard disk, stamped "155.380 Y 1" and set in the
top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Waldo Z 1=PTS 57 (USGS) USC&GS 156.558
At the southeast corner of an old school building. A United States
Geological Survey standard cap, stamped "156.558 PRIM TRAV STA
NO 57 1911" and riveted on the top of a 31-inch pipe projecting about
1 foot above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Waldo Waldo Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 155.069 (1935)
On State Highway 200, about 0.6 mile southeast of the junction of
State Highway 24, in unfenced cleared, idle ground, 49 feet east of the
center line of the highway, 70 feet east-southeast of the forks of the
new and old highway, and 60 feet west of a highway marker. Surface,
underground, reference and azimuth marks are U.S.C.&G.S. bronze
disk set in concrete.Station mark projects about 6 inches. (Spur Line).
-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 23 and 24.
Waldo BH 44 USC&GS 150.8
About 0.3 mile north along State Highway 200 from the ice plant
in Waldo, 28.5 feet west of the center line of the highway, 19 feet
south of the center line of a drainage ditch, 6.1 feet southwest of the
center of a manhole, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Waldo AD 22 USC&GS 145.8
About 0.3 mile northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Waldo, 1042 feet southwest of signal tower 6893, 104 feet east of
telephone pole 1646, 34.2 feet west of west rail of the east track, 23.7
feet east of east rail of the west track, 186.5 feet south 740 east of an
18 inch oak tree, 103 feet south 410 30' east of a copper tack in blaze
on telephone pole K 646, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Waldo AD 23 USC&GS 159.9
About 0.3 mile southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from









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the depot in Waldo, 2954 feet northeast of milepost 691, 364 feet north-
east of road crossing in range with the northeast side of frame house
that is on the north side of the railroad, 52 feet southeast of the east
corner of the house, 16.2 feet west of west rail, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Waldo BR 16 USC&GS 155.9
About 0.4 mile south along State Highway 200 from Waldo, about
200 feet south of entrance to two story house on east side of highway,
63.6 feet southwest of power pole, 26.1 feet west of center line of the
highway, 2.0 feet east of wire fence, a standard disk set in the top of
concrete post, and projects 4 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 38.
Waldo BH 43 USC&GS 151.4
About 0.5 mile north along State Highway 200 from the ice plant in
Waldo, 57 feet east of the fence around a house to the west of the high-
way, 24.6 feet east of the center line of the highway, 16.4 feet north of
center line of an Armco culvert, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 38.
Waldo BH 42 USC&GS 155.1
About 2.3 miles north along State Highway 200 feet from Waldo, 0.25
mile north of a log house, to the east of the highway, 162.2 feet north of
a fence corner on the west side of the highway, 32.1 feet west of the
center line of State Highway 200, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 7 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 38.
Waldo BH 41 USC&GS 136.9
About 3.4 miles north along State Highway 200 from Waldo, in the
northwest corner of the intersection of the highway with the road lead-
ing west to Louise, 0.25 mile south of the Santa Fe River Bridge, 111
feet northwest of a wire fence corner to east of State Highway 200,
100 feet east of cattle guard, 51.6 feet west of the center line of State
Highway 200, 29.9 feet north of the center line of the road leading to
Louise, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects
about 2 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 38
and 39.
Waldo AD 21 USC&GS 143.4
About 0.7 mile northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Waldo, 1752 feet south of milepost 689, 755 feet north of signal tower
6893, 7.0 feet west of the west rail of the west track, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Project 1937, p. 46.
Waldo A 2 USC&GS 141.945
About 2.8 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
the station at Waldo, about 0.2 mile south of milepost 387, near a road
crossing, about 20 yards west of the track, and in line with a row of
poles. A standard disk, stamped "141.945 A 2" and set in the top of a
concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 1.
Waldo AD 20 USC&GS 142.0
About 3 miles northeast along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Waldo, 1204 feet south of milepost 687, 285 feet north of signal light
6872, 63.3 feet west of west rail of railroad, a standard disk set in the
top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Waldo Waldo Azimuth Mark (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 143.747
(1935)
About 0.9 mile southeast along State Highway 200 from the junction
of State Highway 24 at Waldo, about 0.30 mile south of triangulation








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station Waldo, and 40 feet west of the center line of the highway. Sta-
tion is a U.S.C&G.S. bronze disk set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF. State Geodetic Sur-
vey, p. 24.
Waldo PTS 58 USC&GS 170.655
About 3.5 miles southeast along highway from Waldo, Starke Quad-
rangle, 80 feet southeast of four corners, and 2 feet south of the south-
west corner of a church. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM
TRAV STA NO 58 171 1911" on top of iron pipe.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 53.
Waldo A 31 USC&GS 161.9
About 3.9 miles southeast along State Highway 200 from Waldo,
0.7 mile south of cross roads, 29.5 feet east of center line of State
Highway 200 pavement, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete
post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 48.
Waldo USC&GS 155.1
About 0.6 mile south of the junction of Routes 200 and 24 in Waldo,
on the east side of Route 200 in unfenced cleared grounds, 49 feet east
of the center line of paved highway, 70 feet west of marker of Route
200, and projects 6 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 38.
Waldo AD 24 USC&GS 153.964
About 0.8 mile southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Waldo, on the west shoulder of the railroad, 997 feet northeast of signal
light C6902, 611 feet northeast of trestle 6911, 523 feet northeast of
milepost 691, 48.7 feet east of center line of State Highway 24, 6.6 feet
west of west rail of east track, a standard disk set in the top of a con-
crete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Waldo AD 25 USC&GS 155.387
About 2.6 miles southwest along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad
from Waldo, between the railroad and State Highway 24, 1127 feet
northeast of milepost 693, 45.4 feet west of the west rail, 22 feet east of
center line of State Highway 24, 175 feet southwest of telephone pole
1765, 169.0 feet northeast of telephone pole 176E13, a standard disk set
in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 46.
Windsor PTS 52 USC&GS 113.859
At the north end of Windsor, Hawthorn Quadrangle, 200 feet east of a
small one-story house, 40 feet northeast of three corners, "T" road east,
20 feet north to 33 inch live oak tree, and 6 feet south to corner fence
post. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 52 114
1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 53.
Windsor PTS 53 USC&GS 77.236
About 3.3 miles north along highway from Windsor, Hawthorne
Quadrangle, 500 feet west of bridge over Big Hatchet Creek, and 20 feet
north of three corners. A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV
STA NO 53 78 1911" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 53.
Windsor
See Fairbanks PTS 54.
Worthington Holder Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 190.739
(1935)
About 1.1 mile south along State Highway 23 from the post office at
Worthington, Union County, thence about 2.5 miles right along a sand
road (State Highway 23 extension) just before crossing a railroad, on
the property of Mrs. W. D. Holder who lives about % mile northeast









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of the station, at the edge of oak timberland, about 29 paces southwest
of the southwest corner of a cultivated field, 34 feet west of the center
line of the road, 16 feet southeast of a blazed 8-inch pine tree, 33 feet
east of a 24-inch oak tree, and 17 feet north of a blazed 10-inch oak tree.
Surface, underground, reference and azimuth marks are standard
bronze disks set in concrete. Station mark projects about 4 inches and
is stamped "HOLDER 1935."-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p.
23.
Worthington Holder R. M. 1 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 180.795
(1935)
About 1.1 miles south along State Highway 23 from the post office
at Worthington, Union County, thence about 2.5 miles .right along a
sand road (State Highway 23 extension) just before crossing a railroad,
129.6 feet northeast of triangulation station Holder, 29 feet east of the
center line of the road, and 1 foot east of a fence line. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. bronze reference mark disk, stamped "HOLDER NO. 1
1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches
above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 23.
Worthington Holder R. M. 2 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 180.490
(1935)
About 1.1 miles south along State Highway 23 from the post office
at Worthington, Union County, thence about 2.5 miles right along a
sand road (State Highway 23 extension) just before crossing a railroad,
87.9 feet southeast of triangulation station holder, 29 feet east of the
center line of the road, and 1 foot east of a fence line. Station is a
U.S.C.&G.S. bronze reference mark disk, stamped "HOLDER NO. 2
1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches
above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 23.
Worthington Springs USC&GS 80.1
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 62, near
Worthington Springs, approximately 1 mile south.-FSGS Traverse
No. 40.
Worthington Springs BB 7 USC&GS 69.9
In Alachua County, 1.2 miles south along the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad from the railroad station at Worthington Springs, Union
County, 500 feet north of milepost J 63, 331 feet south of the crossing of
the railway and State Highway 235, 25.0 feet west of the west rail,
between the railway and a graded road on the west, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 6 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 47.

BAKER COUNTY

Baldwin AJ 74 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 149.113
About 5.4 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Baldwin, at the east end of a railroad cut, 194 feet west of north-south
dirt road, and 51.1 feet south of the centerline of the track. Station is
a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk in concrete, projecting
about 2 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 8.
Baxter W 7 USC&GS 117.510
About 15 yards south of the Southern Railway station, and about 9
yards east of the track. A standard disk, stamped "117.510 W 7 1917"
and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
Baxter 126 USC&GS 125.919
About 3.71 miles south of Baxter, Macclenny Quadrangle, 200 feet
north of W. M. Raulerson's residence, and on the west side of the








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road. A standard bronze cap, stamped "126" on top of iron post.
Position was not determined.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Baxter
See Kenny PTS 8.
Colemon Triangulation and Azimuth
See Olustee Colemon Triangulation and Azimuth.
Eddy T 7 USC&GS 128.500
On the Southern Railway, at the southern end of the south switch,
about 75 feet northeast of semaphore 2663G, and about 10 yards east of
the track. A standard disk, stamped "128.500 T 7 1917" and set in the
top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
Eddy U 7 USC&GS 118.943
About 1% miles east along the Southern Railway from Eddy,
opposite milepost M 218, and about 1% yards west of the tracks. A
standard disk, stamped "118.943 U 7 1917" and set in the top of a
concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
Eddy V 7 USC&GS 118.146
About 33/ miles east along the Southern Railway from Eddy,
opposite milepost M 220, on a slight fill, and about 2 yards west of the
track. A standard disk, stamped "V 7 1917" and set in the top of a
concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
Glen St. Mary USC&GS 134.3
Top of rail opposite Seaboard Air Line Railroad station.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 100.
Glen St. Mary Z 3 USC&GS 128.189
About 1.0 mile west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from Glen
St. Mary, near old milepost C 178, about 84 yards east of a cattle guard,
25 feet north of the track and in line with a row of poles. A standard
disk, stamped "128.189 Z 3" and set in the top of a concrete post.-
FSGS Traverse No. 3.
Glen St. Mary A 4 USC&GS 134.173
About 4.0 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Glen St. Mary, near old milepost C 175, about 87 yards west of trestle
667.7, 25 feet north of the track, in line with a row of poles, and 12
feet east of a pole. A standard disk, stamped "134.173 A 4" and set
in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 3.
Kenny PTS 8 USC&GS 127.873
About 2 miles north of Kenny, about 1 mile south of Baxter, 900
feet east of residence of Henry Stone, 20 feet south of fork of "Y"
road southeast to Taylor, and 2 feet south of signpost painted "Taylor
5.5 Mi." A standard bronze cap, stamped "PRIM TRAV STA NO 8 S
1917" on top of iron post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Kenny 115 USC&GS 115.079
About 4.65 miles north of Kenny, Macclenny Quadrangle, 400 feet
south of the residence of Joe Johns, and in southwest corner of cross-
roads. A standard bronze cap, stamped "115" on top of iron post.
Position was not determined.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
La Buena USC&GS 137.4
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 30,
approximately 5.5 miles southwest of Mattox-or just southwest of
LaBuena-see 140 (U.S.G.S.) of LaBuena.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
La Buena 140 (U.S.G.S.) USC&GS 140.479
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from the crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railway at Mattox, Duval
County, about 0.4 mile south of milepost 30, about 500 feet south of
a road crossing at La Buena, about 37 feet east of the east rail, and in
.line with the right-of-way posts. A United States Geological Survey
Standard cap, stamped "140" and riveted on the top of a 3/2 inch iron
pipe.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
La Buena R 83 USC&GS 141.283
About 6 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad at Mattox, Duval
County, about 0.6 mile southwest of a road crossing at La Buena, about
262 yards northeast of three 24-inch concrete culverts, about 55 feet
southeast of milepost 31, and about 34 feet southeast of the southeast
rail. A standard disk, stamped "R 83 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 40.
La Buena USC&GS 142.7
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 31,
approximately 6 miles southwest of Mattox-or over a mile southwest
of La Buena-see LaBuena R 83.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
La Buena USC&GS 148.3
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 33,
approximately 13 miles northeast of Raiford-or approximately 2 miles
southwest of LaBuena.-See Manning Q 83.-FSGS No. 40.
La Buena
See Mattox S 83 and others.
Macclenny D 4 USC&GS 133.658
At the east end of the county courthouse, in the east face of the
north bay window, and about 20 inches higher than the ground. A
standard disk, erroneously stamped "135.968 D 4." Note-The eleva-
tion given above is determined from first-order leveling by this Bureau
in 1934, which indicated that there was an error in the elevation previ-
ously published and stamped on the bench mark disk.-FSGS Traverse
No. 3.
Macclenny USC&GS 132.9
Top of rail opposite the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 99.
Macclenny 12b USC&GS 124.757
About 2.9 miles north of Macclenny, Macclenny Quadrangle, on the
Macclenny and Moniac road, at road crossing at the northwest corner,
and 200 feet north of a blacksmith shop. A standard bronze cap,
stamped "125" on top of iron post. Position was not determined.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Macclenny 90 USC&GS 90.315
About 6.0 miles north along road to Moniac from Macclenny, Mac-
clenny Quadrangle, and 40 feet south of point of intersection of Moniac
and Glen St. Mary roads. A standard bronze cap, stamped "90" on top
of iron post. Position was not determined.-Florida Mapping Project
1937, p. 102.
Macclenny 124 USC&GS 124.022
About 8 miles north of Macclenny, Macclenny Quadrangle, about
600 feet south of Cuyler School, and in the southwest corner of cross
roads. A standard bronze cap, stamped "124" on top of iron post.
Position was not determined.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Macclenny X 3 USC&GS 153.323
About 2.5 miles east along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Macclenny, about 100 yards west of mile post 659, 25 feet north of


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the track, and in line with a row of poles. A standard disk stamped
"153.323 X 3" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse
No. 3.
Macclenny Macclenny Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.)
USC&GS 172.585
About 3.0 miles east of Macclenny, on a strip of land between State
Highway 10 and the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, 52.5 feet south of the
center line of the highway, 24 feet west of a blazed oak tree, about 250
feet north of the railroad (where it passes through a long deep cut),
and about 200 feet east of a dim road leading onto the strip of land.
Surface, underground, reference, and azimuth marks are U.S.C.&G.S.
bronze disks set in concrete. Station mark projects about 4 inches.-
USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 7 and 8.
Macclenny AJ 74 (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 149.113
About 3.4 miles east along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Macclenny, at the east end of a railroad cut, 194 feet west of north-
south dirt road, and 51.1 feet south of the center line of the track.
Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. and State Survey standard disk set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 2 inches above ground. (Spur Line).
-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 7.
Macclenny 97 USC&GS 96.872
About 7.0 miles northwest of Macclenny, Macclenny Quadrangle, on
Jacksonville road, at second class road crossing, 140 feet east of mile-
post marked "Jacksonville 34 m," 300 feet south of log house and 500
feet north of old log cabin. A standard bronze cap, stamped "97" on
top of iron post. Position was not determined.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 102.
Manning N 83 USC&GS 135.800
In Baker County, about 9 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad from the station at Raiford, Union County, about 95 yards
east of the station at Manning, about 5 feet north of milepost 37, and
about 30 feet northwest of the northwest rail. A standard disk,
stamped "N 83 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Manning USC&GS 134.4
Manning, top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
station.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Manning USC&GS 136.1
Top of rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 37, ap-
proximately at Manning-see Manning N 83-also near Sapp.-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Manning USC&GS 134.6
Top of east rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 36,
approximately 1 mile northeast of Manning.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Manning USC&GS 144.8
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 35,
approximately 2 miles northeast of Manning-see Manning P. 83.
-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Manning P 38 USC&GS 142.526
About 11 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Raiford, Union County, about 2 miles northeast of
the station at Manning, about 36 feet northeast of milepost 35, and
about 36 feet north of the north rail. A standard disk, stamped "P 83
1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 5 inches
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Manning USC&GS 141.8
Top of east rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 34,
approximately 3 miles northeast of Manning-or 12 miles northeast of
Raiford.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Manning Q 83 USC&GS 146.391
About 13 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from Raiford, Union County, about 320 feet northeast of milepost 33,
about 120 feet northeast of a sidetrack switch, about 81 feet west of
the center of a road crossing, and about 42 feet northwest of the north-
west rail of the main track. A standard disk, stamped "Q 83 1934"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above
ground. (About 4 miles northeast of the station at Manning).-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Mattox T 83 USC&GS 138.966
About 2 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the crossing of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad at Mattox, Duval
County, about 2.4 miles southwest of the siding, about 44 feet northwest
of the northwest rail, about 27 feet northwest of milepost 27, and
2.5 feet southeast of the right-of-way fence. A standard disk, stamped
"T 83 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3
inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Mattox USC&GC 183.5
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 28,
about 3.5 miles southwest of Mattox, Duval County-FSGS Traverse
No. 40.
Mattox S 83 USC&GS 148.412
About 4.4 miles southwest along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the siding at Mattox, Duval County, at a road crossing, 96 feet
east of the center line of the road, about 44 feet east of a corner post
of the right-of-way fence, about 27 feet north of milepost 29, and 3
feet south of the right-of-way fence. A standard disk, stamped "S
83 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Mattox USC&GS 150.7
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 29,
approximately 4.5 miles southwest of Mattox, Duval County.-FSGS
Traverse No. 40.
Mattox USC&GS 147.9
Top of west rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 32,
about 7.5 miles southwest of Mattox, Duval County.-FSGS Traverse
No. 40.
Mattox 83 USC&GS 82.836
About 2.7 miles northwest of Mattox, Duval County, about 1 mile
due east of bridge over creek, on the south side of road at "Y" road
west. A standard bronze cap, stamped "83" on top of iron post. Posi-
tion was not determined.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Morehead Q 7 USC&GS 126.965
About 50 yards south of the Southern Railway station platform,
about 3 yards south of a road crossing, and about 15 yards west of
the tracks. A standard disk, stamped "Q 7 1917" and set in the top
of a concrete post. Note-This bench mark searched for but not re-
covered in 1934.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
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Olustee USC&GS 162.5
Top of rail opposite the Seaboard Air Line Railroad Station.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 100.
Olustee F 4 USC&GS 161.302
About 40 feet east of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station, near
old milepost C 162, and 25 feet north of the track. A standard disk,
stamped "161.302 F 4" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS
Traverse No. 3.
Olustee BP 10 USC&GS 160.9
Between the Seaboard Air Line Railroad and State Highway 10 in
Olustee, 77 feet east of the east edge of the railroad station, 186 feet
east of the center line of dirt road crossing the tracks, 109 feet west of
switch signal, 89 feet north of the center line of State Highway 10,
41.9 feet south of the south rail of the main track, a standard disk
set in the top of a concrete post, and set flush with the ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee BP 12 USC&GS 154.1
About 1.4 miles southeast along the Olustee to Lake Butler road
from State Highway 10 in Olustee, between two curves in the road,
59 feet southeast of line pole, 22 feet west of the center line of the
road, 12.3 feet east of a fence line, a standard disk set in the top of a
concrete post, and projects about 5 inches above ground.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 99.
Olustee BP 13 USC&GS 153.9
About 2.2 miles southeast along the Olustee to Lake Butler road
from State Highway 10, in Olustee, at a curve in the road, 185 feet
north of the center of a cattle gap to the west from the road, 24.5
feet east of the center line of the road, and 1.7 feet west of a fence line,
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about
1 inch above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 99.
Olustee BP 14 USC&GS 151.6
About 2.75 miles southeast along the Olustee to Lake Butler road
from State Highway 10 in Olustee, at a curve in the road 29 feet south
of line pole, 23 feet west of the center line of the road, 1.8 feet east
of fence line, a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and
projects about 3 inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937,
p. 99.
Olustee BP 15 USC&GS 154.5
About 3.7 miles southeast along the Olustee to Lake Butler road
from State Highway 10 in Olustee, at a curve in the road 166 feet
south of the center of wooden bridge, 50.4 feet east of a line pole, 26
feet east of the center line of the road, 1.9 feet west of fence line, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects about 3
inches above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 99.
Olustee Colemon Triangulation (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 155.382
About 4.14 miles southeast along State Highway 231 from the Sea-
board Air Line Railroad station at Olustee, in an uncultivated field
with a few scattered pines, in the northwest angle of the junction of
a T-road leading west, about 15 paces west of the center line of the
highway, about 16 paces northwest of a steel-rail cattle gap, and about
15 paces north of the center line of the side road. Surface, underground,
reference, and azimuth marks are U.S.C.&G.S. bronze disks set in
concrete. Station mark projects about 4 inches and is stamped
"COLEMON 1932."-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic Survey, p. 7.
Olustee Colemon Azimuth Mark (Fla. Geod. S.) USC&GS 154.482
About 3.99 miles southeast along State Highway 231 from the Sea-
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triangulation station Colemon, about 11 paces west of the center line
of the highway, 4 paces west of a fenceline, and 3 paces east of a
6-inch pine tree. Station is a U.S.C.&G.S. bronze disk stamped "COLE-
MON AZIMUTH MARK 1932" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground.-USC&GS-UF State Geodetic
Survey, p. 7.
Olustee BP 11 USC&GS 148.3
About 0.9 mile south along the Olustee to Lake Butler road from
the railroad station at Olustee, at a point where the road forks to the
south through a cattle gap, 328 feet south of a wooden bridge, 146 feet
west of cattle gap in the east fence line, 98 feet north of cattle gap on
the road leading south, 21 feet west of the center line of the Olustee to
Lake Butler road, 19.5 feet east of a fence line, a standard disk set in
the top of a concrete post, and projects about 6 inches above ground.-
Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee BB 67 USC&GS 152.1
About 4.6 miles south from Olustee, and 10.1 miles north northwest
of Lake Butler, along the Lake Butler-Olustee graded road. 1571 feet
south of Triangulation Station Coleman, 1463 feet north of the center
line of a bridge, 1050 feet north of a farmhouse on the east side of the
road, 300 feet south of the point of intersection of a curve, 28 feet west
of the center line of the road, 5.6 feet west of the west fence, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 2 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee BB 68 USC&GS 145.5
About 5.1 miles south of Olustee, and 9.6 miles north northwest of
Lake Butler, along the Lake Butler to Olustee graded road, 1250 feet
north of a wood bridge, 237 feet southeast of an observation tower, 111.7
feet southeast of the southeast corner of a dwelling, 32.0 feet west of
the center line of the road, 5.7 feet west of the west right-of-way fence,
a standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 2 inches
above ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee BB 69 USC&GS 145.4
About 5.6 miles south of Olustee, and 9.1 miles north northwest of
Lake Butler, along the Lake Butler to Olustee graded road, in the west
ditch 17 feet west of the center line of the road, 2600 feet north of the
junction of road with graded road to Sanderson, 800 feet south of the
wood bridge over a creek, 739 feet north of a culvert, a standard
disk set in the top of a concrete post, and projects 2 inches above
ground.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee BP 9 USC&GS 168.7
About 1.3 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from the
railroad station in Olustee, 513 feet east of milepost 682, 156 feet north
of the center line of State Highway 10, 77 feet southeast of line pole
1938, 37 feet south of fence line, 25.6 feet north of the south rail, a
standard disk set in the top of a concrete post, and set flush with the
ground.-Florida Project 1937, p. 98.
Olustee
See Columbia County, Mt. Carrie G 4 and Olustee; also see Union
County, Lake Butler BB 73, BB 74 and Olustee.
Pomerene S 7=PTS Pomerene (USGS) USC&GS 125.252
On the Southern Railway, about 100 yards north of milepost M 214,
and about 10 yards west of the track. A standard disk, stamped
"125.252 POMERENE PRIM TRAV STA S 7 1917" and set in the top
of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.








62 FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Pomerene R 7 USC&GS 125.925
About 1% miles west along the Southern Railway from Pomerene,
about 1-2/3 miles south of Morehead, opposite milepost M 212, and
about 5 yards west of the track. A standard disk, stamped "125.925 R 7
1917" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 6.
Raiford
See Manning.

Sanderson USC&GS 157.5
Top of rail opposite the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 100.

Sanderson B 4=PTS 1 (USGS) USC&GS 156.739
About 165 feet east of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad station,
25 feet north of the track, and in line with a row of poles. A standard
disk, stamped "156.739 B 4 P.T. STA. NO. 1 1917" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 10 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 3.
Sanderson 123 USC&GS 123.599
In Lake Butler Quadrangle, about 3.7 miles southeast of Sanderson.
Sanderson Quadrangle, at the northwest corner of D. Boyd property,
and on the Sanderson and Starke road. A standard bronze cap, stamped
"123" on top of iron post. Position was not determined.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 102.
Sanderson C 4 USC&GS 167.838
About 3.0 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Sanderson, at old milepost C 169, about 0.2 mile east of a turpentine
still, 60 feet south of pole 1619, 25 feet north of the track, and in line
with a row of poles. A standard disk, stamped "167.838 C 4" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 8 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 3.
Sanderson E 4 USC&GS 174.206
About 6.0 miles west along the Seaboard Air Line Railroad from
Sanderson, at old milepost C 166, about 40 feet southwest of pole 1734,
25 feet north of the track, and in line with a row of poles. A standard
disk, stamped "174.206 E 4" and set in the top of a concrete post.-
FSGS Traverse No. 3.
Sapp P.T.S. 75 (USGS) USC&GS 140.295
About 7 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad from
the station at Raiford, Union County, about 72 feet northeast of the
northeast corner of the station at Sapp, about 41 feet east of the east
rail of the main track, and 5 feet northwest of the northwest corner of
an old post office. A United States Geological Survey standard disk,
stamped "1917 140."-FSGS Traverse No. 40.

Sapp USC&GS 136.7
Top of east rail opposite Atlantic Coast Line Railroad milepost 38,
near Sapp.-FSGS Traverse No. 40.
Sapp M 83 USC&GS 136.223
About 7.9 miles northeast along the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad
from the station at Raiford, Union County, about 0.9 mile north of the
station at Sapp, about 43 feet west of the west rail, about 38 feet
east of the center line of a road, and 4 feet east of the right-of-way
fence. A standard disk, stamped "M 83 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
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BAY COUNTY
Bayou George R 88 USC&GS 41.509
At Bayou George, on the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway,
about 16 rails northeast of milepost 11, about 0.4 mile northeast of a
trestle, 62 feet south of a private-road crossing, about 45 feet southeast
of the east rail, about 40 feet southwest of a gate in the right-of-way
fence, and 1.3 feet northwest of the fence. A standard disk, stamped
"R 88 1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6
inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Bayou George USC&GS 57.9
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
12, about 1 mile northeast of Bayou George.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Bayou George S 88 USC&GS 59.796
About 2.0 miles northeast along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Bayou George, about 20 rails northeast of
milepost 13, 54 feet southeast of the center line of State Highway 75,
and 26 feet northwest of the west rail. A standard disk, stamped "S
88 1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Bayou George USC&GS 60.6
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
14, about 3 miles northeast of Bayou George.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Bayou George USC&GS 35.4
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
10, approximately 1 mile southwest of Bayou George.-FSGS Traverse
No. 26.
Bayou George Q 88 USC&GS 49.291
About 1.8 miles southwest along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Bayou George, about 0.3 miles northeast
of milepost 9, about 15 rails southwest of a 6-by-6-foot wooden culvert,
56 feet southeast of the center line of State Highway 75, and 24 feet
northwest of the west rail. A standard disk, stamped "Q 88 1935" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Beacon Beach Tidal 1 USC&GS 12.425
At Berry's Hotel, 15 feet east of the east wall, 15 feet north of the
prolongation of the south wall, 8 feet southeast of an oak tree, and 5
feet east of another oak tree. A standard disk, stamped "12.425 B M
NO 1 1930" and set in the top of a concrete-filled 8-inch tile projecting
about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Beacon Beach Tidal 3 USC&GS 17.251
Just east of Berry's Hotel, at the northeast corner of the yard con-
taining two cottages belonging to Mr. Hanahan, about 13 feet south of
the north fence, about 5 feet west of the east fence, about 8 feet north
-of an oak tree, and about 61/2 feet southeast of another oak tree. A
standard disk, stamped "17.251 B M 3 1930" and set in the top of a
concrete-filled 8-inch tile.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Britton Azimuth Mark
See Panama City Britton Azimuth Mark.
College Point
See Lynn Haven Station P 88.
Compass Lake USC&GS 165.4
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
36, about 1 mile south of Compass Lake.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.







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Compass Lake D 89 USC&GS 186.925
About 2.8 miles south along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Rail-
way from the station at Compass Lake, Jackson County, about 0.2 mile
north of milepost 34, about 110 yards north of a 5-toot corrugaLed-
iron pipe culvert 51 feet northeast of a road crossing, at a fill, and
26.7 ieet east of the east rail. A standard disk, stamped "D 89
1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 7 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Compass Lake USC&GS 245.8
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
33, aDout halfway between Compass Lake and Fountain or about 4
miles south of Compass Lake.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Ebro V 41 .USC&GS 46.525
About 2.4 miles south along State Highway 20 from the junction of
State Highway 79 at Ebro, Washington County, on the slope of a hill
rising to the south, about 265 yards south of wooden bridge 81 over a
small stream, and 43 feet east of the center line of the highway. A
standard disk, stamped "46.525 V 41 1934" and set in the top of a con-
crete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
Fountain A 89 USC&GS 183.841
About 88 yards south of the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway
station, opposite the switch at the south end of a sidetrack, 51 feet west
of the west rail, and 47 feet east of the center line of State Highway 75.
A standard disk, stamped "A 89 1935" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 8 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Fountain USC&GS 174.6
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
29, just north of Fountain.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Fountain B 89 USC&GS 185.006
About 1.8 miles north along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Fountain, about 0.4 mile north of milepost
30, 12.5 feet north of a pole, and 24 feet west of the west rail. A
standard disk, stamped "B 89 1935" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 7 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Fountain C 89 USC&GS 200.315
About 3.4 miles north along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Rail-
way from the station at Fountain, 13 feet east of milepost 32, about 0.4
mile south of the overhead bridge of State Highway 75, about 50 yards
north of an old highway crossing, and 28.6 feet east of the east rail.
A standard disk, stamped "C 89 1935" and set in the top of a concrete
post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Fountain USC&GS 152.4
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
27, about 1.5 miles south of Fountain.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Fountain Z 88 USC&GS 147.618
About 2.2 miles south along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Fountain, about 0.5 mile south of milepost
27, about 7 poles south of a trestle, at the north end of a cut, 63 feet
east of the center line of State Highway 75, and 24 feet west of the
west rail. A standard disk, stamped "Z 88 1935" and set in the top of
a concrete post projecting about 7 inches above ground.-Tra-
verse No. 26.
Gainer USC&GS 54.7
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay railway milepost
17, near Gainer.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.








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Gainer USC&GS 66.0
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost'
16, just south of Gainer.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Gainer
See Youngstown T 88, U 88.
Georges Azimuth
See Lynn Haven Station Georges Azimuth.
Golf Triangulation and Reference Marks
See Panama City Golf Triangulation and reference marks.
Inlet Beach TT 66 D USC&GS 38.812
In West Bay Quadrangle, 2.8 miles south of Seminole Fire Towver,
about 3 miles north of Inlet Beach, on new graded sand road from
fire tower to Inlet Beach, 110 feet east of intersection of fire lane
south, 190 feet east of east end of wooden bridge over small stream
on east edge of ditch. A standard tablet, stamped "TT 66 D 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 119.
Inlet Beach
See Walton County, Point Washington Base A TT 65 D.
Lynn Haven J 42 USC&GS 13.737
At a right-angle turn in the road leading to Southport, about 0.5
mile south of a wooden bridge over North Bay, 37 feet north of the
center line of Fifth street, 30 feet east of the center line of the road,
and 5 feet north of a wire-fence corner. A standard disk, stamped
"13.737 J 42 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about
2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Lynn Haven K 42 USC&GS 14.232
At the southeast corner of the intersection of Ohio Avenue and
Eleventh Streets, at the City water tank, and in the top of the founda-
tion of the northwest leg. A standard disk, stamped "14.232 K 42
1934."-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Lynn Haven L 42 USC&GS 29.961
About 1.7 miles south along the road leading to Panama City from
the city water tank at Lynn Haven, 56 feet west of the center line of the
highway, and 32 feet north of the center line of a logging road leading
west. A standard disk, stamped "29.961 L 42 1933" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
Lynn Haven Station M 88 USC&GS 37.447
About 0.9 mile northeast along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Lynn Haven, 78 feet north of a private-road
crossing, and 24 feet northwest of the northwest rail. A standard disk,
stamped "M 88 1935" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 2 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Lynn Haven Station N 88 USC&GS 32.080
About 2.9 miles northeast along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Lynn Haven, about 0.3 mile northeast of
milepost 5, at the northeast end of a short shallow cut, 59 feet south-
east of the center line of State Highway 75, and 22 feet northwest of
the west rail. A standard disk, stamped "N 88 1935" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 26.
Lynn Haven Station USC&GS 33.5
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
5, about 3 miles northeast of Lynn Haven station.-FSGS Traverse No.
26.
Lynn Haven Station USC&GS 41.0
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost








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6, about 3.6 miles northeast of the station at Lynn Haven.-Florida
Mapping Project 1937, p. 116.
Lynn Haven Station P 88 USC&GS 41.115
About 4.7 miles northeast along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Lynn Haven, about 0.7 mile southwest
of College Point, about 27 rails southwest of a trestle, 46 feet southeast
of the east rail, 62 feet southwest of a right-of-way fence corner, and
1.2 feet northwest of a fence. A standard disk, stamped "P 88 1935"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Lynn Haven Station USC&GS 47.4
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
8, about 5 miles northeast of Lynn Haven Station.-FSGS Traverse No.
26.
Lynn Haven Station Georges Azimuth USC&GS 49.032
About 6.3 miles northeast along the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay
Railway from the station at Lynn Haven, about 187 feet south of
milepost 9, and 18 feet west of the center line of the track. A standard
reference-mark disk stamped "GEORGES 1934 AZIMUTH" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Millville USC&GS 26.3
Road surface at the center line of U. S. Highway 98 at the crossing
of the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City 1 (U.S.E.) USC&GS 20.577
At the city hall, 18 feet north of the curb of Fourth Street, 2 feet
south of the front face of the building, in the top of the front step, and
6 inches east of the west end of the step. A Corps of Engineers, U. S.
Army, standard disk stamped "20.577 1 1933."-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City 3 (U.S.E.) USC&GS 10.833
On Second Street, about 180 feet south of the intersection of
Orange Street, about 150 feet north of the intersection of Olive
Street, 9 feet west of the west curb, and in the top of a concrete
retaining wall, and 80 feet south of the north end of the wall. A Corps
of Engineers, U. S. Army, standard disk, stamped "10.833 3 1933."
Note-It was reported in September 1937 that this bench mark was on
First Street instead of Second Street.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City N 42 USC&GS 31.637
At the southwest corner of the grammar school grounds, about 140
feet southwest of the southwest corner of the school building, 28 feet
east of the curb of Harrison Avenue, and 271/2 feet north of the curb
of Seventh Street. A standard disk, stamped "31.637 N 42 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 2 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City P 42 USC&GS 21.037
At the city park, about 42% yards north of the water fountain in
the center of the park, 60 feet southwest of the curb of Third Street,
44 feet southeast of the center line of Park Avenue, and 16% feet west
of the edge of a walk leading from the northeast corner of the park to
the center pavilion. A standard disk, stamped "21.037 P 42 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 3 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City Q 42 USC&GS 8.340
At the Atlanta & Saint Andrews Railway station park, 23 feet
southwest of the southwest corner of the station, 19 feet east of
the east rail, and 141/2 feet north of the south edge of the park.
A standard disk, stamped "8.340 Q 42 1934" and set in the top of a con-
crete post about flush with the ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.









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Panama City Golf Triangulation USC&GS 29.701
About 0.4 mile east of the Cove Hotel, at the intersection of
Cherry Street and MacArthur Avenue, 60 feet east of the center
line of the avenue, 35 feet north of the center line of the street,
.and 9 feet north of a wire fence. A standard triangulation-station disk,
stamped "GOLF 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS
Traverse No. 109.
Panama City Golf R.M. 1 USC&GS 29.131
About 95 feet north of triangulation station Golf, described above,
27 feet east of the center line of MacArthur Avenue, and 9 feet east of a
wire fence. A standard reference-mark disk, stamped "GOLF NO 1
1934" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City Golf R.M. 2 USC&GS 29.393
About 80 feet east of triangulation station Golf, described above, 27
feet north of the center line of Cherry Street, and 2 feet south of a
wire fence. A standard reference-mark disk, stamped "GOLF NO 2
1934" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City USC&GS 28.4
Road surface at the center line of U. S. Highway 98 one block east
of the junction of State Highway 77 leading north.-FSGS Traverse
No. 109.
Panama City USC&GS 32.4
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
2, north of Panama City en route to Lynn Haven.-FSGS Traverse No.
26.
Panama City USC&GS 36.8
Top of rail opposite Atlanta & Saint Andrews Bay Railway milepost
3, about 1% miles north of Panama City.-FSGS Traverse No. 26.
Panama City M 42 USC&GS 36.069
About 2.3 miles northeast along State Highway 75 from the city hall
at Panama City, at the junction of the road leading to Lynn Haven, 65
feet north of the center line of the highway, and 57 feet east of the cen-
ter line of the road. A standard disk, stamped "36.069 M 42 1934"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City S 42 Reset USC&GS 13.207
About 0.9 mile east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, about 200 feet east of the intersection of Fourth Street,
at the bridge over Watson's Bayou, in the top of the south curb, and
1.4 feet east of the west end. A standard disk, stamped "S 42 RESET
1937." Note-This bench mark was established and its elevation de-
termined by engineers of the State Road Department of Florida in Oc-
tober 1937.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City K 114 USC&GS 25.715
About 2.2 miles east along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall at
Panama City, about 110 feet east of the intersection of Spring Avenue,
18 feet north of the center line of the highway, and in the west end of a
9-foot-long concrete box culvert. A standard disk, stamped "K 114
1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City T 42 USC&GS 32.047
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, about 64 yards northwest of the junction of State High-
way 22, about 50 yards north of the center line of a road leading
through Millville, and 40 feet southwest of the center line of the high-
way. A standard disk, stamped "32.047 T 42 1934" and set in the top
of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS
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Panama City U 42 USC&GS 30.577
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 2.0 miles east along State Highway 77,
across the highway from a farmhouse, 50 feet south of the center line
of the highway, and at the edge of a clearing covered with stumps and
seedling pine trees. A standard disk, stamped "30.577 U 42 1934"
and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above
ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City V 42 Reset USC&GS 22.695
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 3.8 miles east along State Highway 77,
about 0.2 mile east of a wooden bridge across the head of a bayou,
about 65 yards west of the short wooden bridge over a shallow ditch,
and 90 feet south of the center line of the 1935 location of the highway.,
A standard disk, stamped "V 42 RESET 1936" and set in the top of a
concrete post. Note-This bench mark was established and its eleva-
tion, determined by engineers of the State Road Department of Florida
in December 1936.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City W 42 USC&GS 38.884
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 5.9 miles east along State Highway 77,
about 0.2 mile east of a wooden bridge over a shallow dry ditch, 54 feet
south of the center line of the highway, and 26 feet east of the center
line of a dim road leading south into a pine woods. A standard disk,
stamped "38.884 W 42 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City X 42 USC&GS 37.523
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 8.3 miles east along State Highway 77,
about 0.4 mile west of a cross road leading south, about 0.3 miles west
of a bridge over a creek, 46 feet north of the center line of the highway,
and 49 feet west of the center line of a road leading north past a farm-
house into a woods. A standard disk, stamped "37.523 X 42 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City Y 42 USC&GS 45.646
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 10.3 miles east along State Highway 77,
about 0.4 mile south of a curve to the southeast, 50 feet southwest of
the center line of the highway, and in a clearing of seedling pines. A
standard disk, stamped "45.646 Y 42 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
Panama City Z 42 USC&GS 10.141
About 2.8 miles east along State Highway 30 from the city hall at
Panama City, thence about 12.8 miles east along State Highway 77,
about 0.3 mile west of the Sandy Creek turpentine still, about 0.1 mile
west of a wooden bridge over a stream, 77 feet southwest of the center
line of a graded road leading southwest, and 41 feet southwest of the
center line of the highway. A standard disk, stamped "10.141 Z 42:
1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Panama City J 114 USC&GS 11.345
About 3.5 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, 31.4 feet east of the center line of the highway,
in the top of the north end of a 6-foot-long concrete box culvert, and
about 4 feet lower than the highway. A standard disk, stamped "J 114
1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.









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Panama City Britton Azimuth Mark USC&GS 21.929
About 4.3 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, 75 feet northwest of a windmill, 40 feet, northeast of the
center line of the highway, 36 feet west of the west corner of a house,
36 feet southeast of a driveway, 1 foot southwest of a wire fence, and
2 feet southeast of a white wooden witness post. A standard azimuth-
mark disk, stamped "Britton Azimuth 1934" and set in the top of a con-
crete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City H 114 USC&GS 21.739
About 4.4 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, 77.7 feet northeast of the northeast corner of the Gil-
bert grocery store, 42 feet north of the center line of the highway, 20.9
feet west of the center line of a private driveway, and 2 feet east of
a white wooden witness post. A standard disk, stamped "H 114 1945"
and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City G 114 USC&GS 14.531
About 5.4 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, at a curve, about 300 feet east of a Shell service
Station, 56 feet east of a power-transmission line pole, 18 feet north of
the center line of the highway, and in the top of the west end of a
6-foot-long concrete box culvert. A standard disk, stamped "G 114
1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City F 114 USC&GS 12.198
About 6.4 miles southeast along U. S, Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, opposite a trailer park, about 300 feet northeast
of a Texaco service station, 40.6 feet southeast of the center line of
the highway, 11.2 feet southeast of a pole with two guy wires, and 2
feet southwest of a white wooden witness post. A standard disk,
stamped "F 114 1945" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS
Traverse No. 109.
Panama City 4 (U.S.E.) USC&GS 14.019
About 7.4 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, in the northeast abutment of the long steel bridge
over East Bay, 17 feet southeast of the center line of the highway, and
about 4 feet lower than the highway. A Corps of Engineers, U. S.
Army, standard disk, stamped "1933 NO 4."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City USC&GS 19.6
About 7.6 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, highway surface at the center of the long steel
bridge over East Bay.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City E 114 USC&GS 10.426
About 7.9 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, in the southwest abutment of the long steel bridge
over East Bay, 17 feet northwest of the center line of the highway, and
about 4 feet lower than the highway. A standard disk, stamped "E
114 1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City B 114 USC&GS 23.392
About 8.8 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, at the junction of State Highway 297, 40.3 feet
west of the center line of U. S. Highway 98, 17 feet north of the center
line of State Highway 297, 13 feet south of a power-transmission line
pole, and in the west end of a long concrete culvert. A standard disk,
stamped "B 114 1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City 16 M (U.S.G.S.) USC&GS 23.875
About 8.8 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, at the junction of State Highway 297, 60 feet west









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of the center line of U. S. Highway 98, and 40 feet south of the center
line of State Highway 297. A United States Geological Survey standard
disk, -stamped "46 M 24 1942" and set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 8 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City A 114 USC&GS 31.736.
About 9.4 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, about 1.0 mile northeast of the main entrance to
Tyndall' Field, at a power-transmission line crossing, 40 feet northeast
of the center line of the highway, 24.7 feet southeast of a pole with
two guy wires, and 2 feet southeast of a white wooden witness post.
A standard disk, stamped "A 114 1945" and set in the top of a con-
crete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City D 114 USC&GS 21.142
About 8.8 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, thence about 1.0 mile west along State Highway 297;
34.6 feet southeast of the center line of the highway, 17 feet north of
a dim road leading into the woods, in line with a row of poles, and 2
feet west of a white wooden witness post. A standard disk, stamped
"D 114 1945" and set in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No.
109.
Panama City C 114 USC&GS 20.315
About 8.8 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city hall
at Panama City, thence about 2.0 miles west along State Highway 297;
about 0.3 mile west of a small cemetery, at the junction of a dim road
leading into the woods, 32.9 feet south of the center line of the highway,
22 feet east of the center line of the road, and 2 feet west of a white
wooden witness post. A standard disk, stamped "C 114 1945" and set
in the top of a concrete post.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Panama City
See Tyndall Field.
Pine Log Ferry
See Washington County, Pine Log Ferry
Pine Log School TT 56 D USC&GS 33.315
In West Bay Quadrangle, 950 feet east of Pine Log Creek school, 3.1
miles southwest of Pine Log Ferry, 22 feet west and 38 feet south of
"T" road intersection, 40 feet west of fence corner on west side of
Pine Log-West Bay road. A standard tablet, stamped "TT 56 D 1934"
and set in concrete.-Florida Mapping Project 1937, p. 119.
Pine Log School TT 57 D USC&GS 42.670
In West Bay Quadrangle, 2.8 miles southwest of Pine Log Creek
school, 1.5 miles southeast of Sol. Barrett's fish camp, 1.5 miles
west of C. C. C. camp, on sand road that leads from the camp to
Point Washington (Seminole Hills road), northwest of "T" road north,
61 feet south of center line of road. A standard tablet, stamped "TT
57 D 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post.-Florida Mapping
Project 1937, p. 119.
Saint Andrew R 42 USC&GS 13.399
At the southwest corner of the city park, at a right-angle turn in
State Highway 30, 321/ feet east of the east curb, and 32 feet north
of the north curb. A standard disk, stamped "13.399 R 42 1934" and
set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 2 inches above ground.
-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Southport G 42 USC&GS 15.938
On the Alabama & Western Florida Railroad, at the crossing of the
West Bay road leading to the main part of the town, about 113 feet
north of the center of the crossing, 60 feet west of the center line of the
north-and-south road, and 21 feet east of the east rail. A standard
disk, stamped "15.938 G 42 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 5 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.








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Southport F 42 USC&GS 44.295
About 2.1 miles north along the road leading to West Bay from
Southport, at the grade crossing of a logging railroad, 53 feet north of
the center line of the road, 40 feet west of the center line of a road
paralleling the track, and 22 feet east of the east rail. A standard
disk, stamped "44.295 F 42 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Southport H 42 USC&GS 8.533
About 1.1 miles south along the road leading to Lynn Haven from
Southport, about 0.3 mile south of a road leading east to Kirkwood
Lodge, about 116 yards south of the crossing of the new road and the
old road, about 55 yards northwest of the center line of the new road,
32 feet southeast of the center line of the old road, and opposite a road
leading from the old road to a farmhouse. A standard disk, stamped
"8.533 H 42 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about
6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Southport E 42 USC&GS 43.865
About 4.0 miles northwest along the road leading to West Bay from
Southport, about 0.2 mile west of a wooden bridge over a ditch, about
1/8 mile west of a 20-inch corrugated-iron pipe culvert, about 65 yards
north of an old road-bed crossing, and 47 feet south of the center line of
the road. A standard disk, stamped "43.865 E 42 1934" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 20.
Southport D 42 USC&GS 40.587
About 6.0 miles northwest along the road leading to West Bay from
Southport, about 2.2 miles east of a wooden bridge over a bayou, 61 feet
west of an old road leading south, and 41 feet south of the road to
West Bay. A standard disk, stamped "40.587 D 42 1934" and set in the
top of a concrete post projecting about 4 inches above ground.-FSGS
Traverse No. 20.
Springfield State Road 22, Section 5045 SRD 16.10
Disc in south concrete wall at east end of bridge, approximately 8.6
miles east of intersection with State Road No. 30 at Springfield. (Sta-
tion 456 plus 38.75 of Project 908, State Highway 22).
Tyndall Field Y 113 USC&GS 26.739
About 1 block northeast of the main entrance, at the intersection of
Alabama Avenue and Tyndall Drive, 33.2 feet northwest of the center
line of Tyndall Drive, 19.9 feet northeast of the center line of Alabama
Avenue, in the southwest end of a long concrete culvert, and about 11
feet higher than the ground. A standard disk, stamped "Y 113 1945."-
FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 12.1
About 7.9 miles southeast along U. S. Highway 98 from the city
hall at Panama City, at the west entrance to Tyndall Field, road
surface at the center line of the highway at the east side of the
guardhouse.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field 15 M (U.S.G.S.) USC&GS 30.850
On U. S. Highway 98, about 0.2 mile southeast of the main entrance,
about 160 feet southwest of the center line of the highway, at a large
water tower, in the top of the concrete base, and about 21 feet higher
than the ground. A United States Geological Survey standard disk,
stamped "15 M 31 1942."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 17.2
About 300 feet southeast of the control tower, 35 feet northwest of
the corner of building 110, the letter "S" at the center of a manhole
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Tyndall Field USC&GS 16.6
Surface of the concrete apron at the north side of the base of the
control tower.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field X 113 USC&GS 22.726
About 9 feet north of the southwest corner of the production line
maintenance hangar, in the top of a concrete block, and about 3 feet
higher than the ground. A standard disk, stamped "X 113 1945."-
FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field Z 113 USC&GS 31.453
About 125 feet north of the north entrance to post headquarters,
in the concrete base of the main flagpole, and 6 inches north of the
pole. A standard disk, stamped "Z 113 1945."-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 22.1
At the weather bureau station, the ivory point of barometer 312.-
FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 15.2
Pavement surface at the center of the intersection of the northwest-
and-southeast runway and taxiway 8.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 16.3
Highest point on the runways, pavement surface at the center of the
south end of the north-and-south runway.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 12.3
The center of a 6-inch green-painted circle on the pavement at the
center of the intersection of the north-and-south runway and the east-
and-west runway.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 15.3
Pavement surface at the center of the intersection of the north-and-
south runway, the northwest-and southeast runway, and the north-
east-and-southwest runway.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field 33 USC&GS 14.790
About 400 feet southeast of the intersection of the northwest-and
southeast runway and the northeast-and-southwest runway, on the
southwest edge of the northwest-and-southeast runway, at the second
contact light northwest of the north-and-south runway, and on the
pavement. A red-painted square. Note: The origin of this bench
mark is unknown.-FSGS Traverse No. 109.
Tyndall Field USC&GS 15.2
Pavement surface at the center of the intersection of the northwest-
and-southeast runway with the east-and-west runway.-FSGS Traverse
No. 109.
West Bay Z 41 USC&GS 12.060
At the junction of State Highway 30 and the road leading to South-
port, about 225 feet north of the center line of the road, and 45 feet
east of the center line of the highway. A standard disk, stamped
"12.060 Z 41 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting
about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
West Bay Y 41 USC&GS 25.515
About 1.0 mile north along State Highway 30 from the junction of
the road leading to Southport at West Bay, 54 feet west of the center
line of the highway, and 41 feet north of road leading west. A standard
disk, stamped "25.515 Y 41 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
West Bay X 41 USC&GS 54.009
About 3.4 miles north along State Highway 30 from the junction of
the road leading to Southport, at West Bay, about 0.4 mile north of a
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the highway. A standard disk, stamped "54.009 X 41 1934" and set in
the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-
FSGS Traverse No. 20.
West Bay W 41 USC&GS 71.794
About 5.5 miles north along State Highway 30 from the junction of
the road leading to Southport at West Bay, about 0.9 mile south of a
24-inch concrete culvert, about 0.2 mile north of a 36-inch concrete
culvert, and 47 feet west of the center line of the highway. A standard
disk, stamped "71.794 W 41 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post
projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
West Bay A 42 USC&GS 11.017
About 2.0 miles east along the road leading to Southport from the
junction of State Highway 30 at West Bay, about 0.5 mile west
of a wooden bridge over a bayou, 46 feet south of the center line of the
road, and 39 feet east of the center line of a dim road leading south.
A standard disk, stamped "11.017 A 42 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
West Bay B 42 USC&GS 20.482
About 4.1 miles east along the road leading to Southport from the
junction of State Highway 30 at West Bay, about 0.1 mile west of the
sharp point of a right-hand curve, about 155 yards east of a wooden
bridge over a dry ditch, 38 feet north of the road, and 28 feet east of
a dim road leading north. A standard disk, stamped "20.482 B 42
1934" and set in the top of a concrete post projecting about 6 inches
above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
West Bay C 42 USC&GS 20.738
About 6.3 miles east along the road leading to Southport from the
junction of State Highway 30 at West Bay, about 0.2 miles east of a
wooden bridge over a bayou and creek, 47 feet south of the center line
of the road, and 45 feet west of the center line of a road leading south.
A standard disk, stamped "20.738 C 42 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
West Bay
See Walton County, Point Washington East Base Triangulation.
Wetappo
See Gulf County, Wewahitchika C 43.
Wewahitchka B 43 USC&GS 49.734
In Bay County, about 10.5 miles west along State Highway 77 from
the county courthouse at Wewahitchka, Gulf County, about 4.2 miles
east of the Sandy Creek turpentine still, in a cut-over clearing, about
100 yards south of a shallow dry slough grown up in thicket, and 34
feet southeast of the center line of the highway. A standard disk,
stamped "49.734 B 43 1934" and set in the top of a concrete post pro-
jecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse No. 20.
Wewahitchka A 43 USC&GS 36.339
In Bay County, about 12.6 miles west along State Highway 77 from
the county courthouse at Wewahitchka, Gulf County, about 2.1 miles
east of the Sandy Creek turpentine still, about 0.5 mile west of a wooden
bridge over a slough, 34 feet south of the center line of the highway,
and 16. feet west of the center of a dim side road leading south. A
standard disk, stamped "36.339 A 43 1934" and set in the top of a
concrete post projecting about 6 inches above ground.-FSGS Traverse
No. 20.
Youngstown W 88 USS&GS 87.598
About 80 feet northeast of the northeast corner of the Atlanta &
Saint Andrews Bay Railway station, 49 feet east of the east rail, 8.5