Title: Sectional map of Florida
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Title: Sectional map of Florida
Physical Description: col. map. : ; 114 x 114 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: <Tallahassee>
Publication Date: 1946
 Subjects
Subject: Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Administrative and political divisions -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Surveys -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Railroads -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Surveys -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Administrative and political divisions -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Administrative and political divisions -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Railroads -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Surveys -- 1:670,000 -- Florida -- 1946   ( local )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
single map   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: Issued by Dept. of Agriculture, September, 1946.
General Note: Shows railroads, state parks, boundaries of congressional districts, limits of Everglades, counties, cities and towns.
General Note: Includes index and other tables.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Florida Heritage Project of the State University Libraries of Florida, the Institute for Museum and Library Services, and the U.S. Department of Education's TICFIA granting program.
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OF FLORIDA BY
From State Cens


Sii..00 ii;2 4 i Oi,29 '4S I 7l618
4,717 4,848 6,188 4,,68 8,401
7,.80 .72i 5 213i 2 3,274 1.681


6.220 6,225
5.021 7,816
14,280 18,024
42,753 24,630
26,434 22,194
il8,l0 9484
49,386 41,117
2,442 ..
2,318 0,43'
280.28 22,908

9,878 12,484

4.-48 8.291


1840 TO 1945


6,.112 8.871
1.478 1.216
i.fii '94i


,2408 ". l
1.448 1,377 0.142


185 2,182 ....
88,25 19,80 1,97 19,107 18,591 11,374 12,46 12.84 14,400 6,618 2,195 987 460 73
10.752 7,195 10,937 5,507 8,822 3,444 8,894 8,188.. ..... ............ ... .....
87,189 19 ,84 9,69 6,677 ..... ..... .. .. .... .. ....... ...
11, 9 ,02 7.02 8100 0.0 4 4 ............... ..... ...... ....... .....
21,714 2,2 18,814 ......
68,9261 s3861 87,42 4,148 17,868 I12472 10,88 7,01 6, 716 8,181 8,168 .....
,027 14,68 1.888 18.098 1,192 1141 1181 11,188 9,660 6,261 8,821 ,71 87 ......
18,42 13.,001 18,478 138208 11,008 9,165 7,708 8,712 6.644 488 2.618 8,038 2,525 2,094
12,78 00, 728869 4,.7 ,0 ....... ............. ............ .
14,69 1,670 20,746 14,897 11,801 10,293 8,914 7,861 7,490 6,646 3,312 6,480 2,888 ......

7,916 7,801 7,17 68 6.6409 .187 6,808 ,8 9.468 4,68 2.2 19 ...........
18,201 19,789 20,286 18,603 18011 14.664 12,44 10.524 8,889 ,181 83,5 2,803 ..........
1,118 11,219 10,7895 7,108 681 ,9899 8,062 2.122 2,10 2,279 1,48 1,8 ...
4,87 ... ... ... ... ..... ... .. ... .. ... ..... .....
40,16 283,374 21,790 16,510 12,148 10,003 11,480 8,467 .897 ,24 1.728 1,168...... ......
6.811 1,129 7,006 4,802 5,M07 5,149 8,700 8,117 2,90 ,723 2.06 2889 1.95566 ......
18.64 12,119 18,476 18,478 0 8 2,209 9,48 7,962 4,81 4,720 4.201 8,041 8,037 1,817 1,461
10,420 11.88 11.1 186,40 1108 1154 82 6,426 4820 859 4,320 4,0 2. 2,1 1,9


POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1945
Jacksonville......... .................. ..... .....................
Miami. . ... ..................... ......... ...............
Tampa. ... ................................. ..................
St. Petersburg ........... ................. .........................
Pensa ola ..................... ... ...... ... .........................
Orlando................. .. ... ................... .............
W est Palm Beach. ...................................................
M iami Beach...................................... ................
Daytona Beach......................................................
Lakeland... ..... ................ .............................


206,442
192,122
124,476
85,184
48,804
50,105
40,599
82,256
25,811
31,461


FORMATION OF COUNTIES AND CHANGES IN THEIR

BOUNDARIES BY YEARS


18iL Ilseambia and St. Johns established.
1822. Jackson and Duval created, causing changes in
fseambia and St.Johns.
1823. Gadedea created, causing changes In Duval.
1841. Aachua, Leon, Monroe, Mosquto, Nassau and Wal.
ton created, causing changes In most of the others.
187. Hamilton, Madison and Jefferson created.
1832. Columbia and Franklin created.


formed from Eoambla.
created from Alachua. and Wakulla
from Leon.
formed from Alachua, Hlllaborough
to St. Lole was created from Mos.
: from Alachua andHillsborough; Mos-
ed to Orange: part of Jackson added
formed from Walton and Jackson.
led from Calhoun and Walton.
led from Alachua, Orange, Marion and
t e to Hernando.
ated.
hanged to Brerard and territory divided
ard, Dade and Volusla; Manatee and
.ted.
Id Taylor created.
and Buwane created from Columbia,
armed from Duval
4a from New River, and remaining por.
W River changed to Bradford; Polk
n Brevard.
of Polk and Sumter were changed.
tear given to Orange.
ndary with Orange was changed; Jack.
ieas were changed; boundaries of Wash
rea of Brevard with Dade and Manan
ufed.


1875. Boundaries of Calhoun and Jackson were changed;
boundaries of Duval and St. Johns were changed.
1877. Boundaries of Lafayette and Taylor changed;
Levy acquired territory from Marion.
1879. Brevard annexed part of Volusla; Jefferson and
Leon boundaries were changed, and the boundaries
of Orange with Polk and Sumter were changed.
1887. Citrus was formed from Hernando; De Soto formed
from Manatee; Lee was formed from Monroe;
Osceola was formed from Brevard and Orange;
Pasco was formed from Hernando; Lake was
formed from Orange and Sumter.
1906. St. Lucle was re-created, being formed from Bre
vard.
1909. Palm Beach was formed from Dade; Levy's bound.
ary with Alachua was changed slightly, as also
was boundary of Gadsden and Liberty.
1911. Pinellas was formed from Hllsborough.
1918. Bay was formed from Calhoun and Washington;
Seminole was formed from Orange.
1916. Broward was formed from Dade and Palm Beach;
Okaloosa was formed from Santa Rosa and Wal.
ton; slight boundary changes were made In Holmes,
Jackson and Washington.
1917. Flagler was created from St. Johns and Volusia
and Okeechobee from Osceola, St. Lucia and Palm
Beach.
1821. Diale County was created from Lafayette.
1921. Union County was created from Bradford.
121. Sarasota County was created from Manatee.
1981. Charlotte County was created from De Soto.
1921. Hardee County was created from De Soto.
1921. Glades County was created from De Soto.
1921. Highlands County was created from De Soto.
1923. Hendry County was created from Lee.
1928. Collier County was created from Lee.
1925. Gulf County was created from Calhoun.
1928. Indian River County was created from St. Lucie.
1925. Martin County was created from Palm Beach and
St. Lucela
1925. Gilchrist County was created from Alachua.


INDEX TO MAP OF FLORIDA
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;;. .....2 (8 .M2 ,on,...Blf CudJoe............24 E tpoi nt ........
A C r .. 2 CurU.............18 Lpt..........
- 1a::B I *Chtlaad....1.120 018 Cur2Mi........ 812 Eat SaeOt.....P
.. 02 h d.0.....-......P2 Cu ...... t .....
2 i 2.2449 B 0 Cu ............119 ( bo..ton.P. .0)M
C blo ........ 10 *c ........ 2 B10 tn k....... J
..74019 eo. 02...07 'Eim 0022 e.1,020L2
Y.1. -...30 0 u 111 Be2 ... I.
. 0 .ol W 2 ................... 0 Et lll............
..,.. 2 'C m 2 4a .' .. 8 1 *Eb lso .... ..... 0L
......... .F17 *Chr i......... ...... ..5 a oh....L..
........ -1 ..M; = Mid dy. ..::::: :: M.
..... o6 ........16 0 a. .. ... 1. 9 K21 R o ...........
02782.P C2 m .11 2i0 g Dad.......... 9 A .0 .........
...... 6 o 0 t ......2 ,D .......... C1 E1 onao ...........:: C
k...... .0 P t......... 9 D r ....... ..i a0 Edg.. e ..........
... ... 2. 2 ai ... ....... D* ........ 0 .... 0
.. 22 Cloom.......3. 2 a0 a............ 21 d. ........ C
. .... 4 ... e lo ot *. 710 e eD2.n ...... .2.970 U2B 2 ... 0...... -
1 ... 9 c8 t .... .0g D b-.....0...... 2 aiU ........P
..... 9 V leAd... 7.4... 20 DB. ........A.. 6 ...,.a
ml) 02 8228.. 0020,D-. 2 9-B2 Ewnoul.. 82
:.....-. S2 :::* ...1.8 2 D ........ U25 .. :::::: M
S.1.0120 'Cfton2,8 .2.17 0 D Eldo ny..... J2
S 0F2 C 3 ave.......2... 22 0 ddo.........
10 Jl o .......... ... .. .. Eld ............
* 010mo Oe., 2.Ell 0~dloa..-.. ..3 Eldr00 .2.24 ...... 3


SECTIONAL MAP OF


FLOR4IDAi


ISSUED BY


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

NATHAN MAYO, Commissioner

SEPTEMBER, 1946


REFERENCE

ATLANTIC COAST LINE ......... OTHER RAILROADS .. . ..-
FLORIDA EAST COAST Ry. ....... PROPOSED RAILROADS (g&iNgrL"oLonas)
SEABOARD Ry. ....... .... ...- FLORIDA COAST LINE CANAL
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA Ry. ... ." Canals cut through Land . .
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R ..... Improved Channels in Water ...... ... ,.
STATE PARKS .. ........ .
BOUNDARIES OF CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. ..
LIMITS OF EVERGLADES . . .i *T
LIMITS OF THE EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT .
CITIES OVER 10,000 POPULATION ....... .
SCALE OF STATUTE MILES


0n712 d 4a7 n 01


Cresent Beach


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Tarpon Spl
Wall Spri


On SO 40 50


EXPLANATION
The principal Meridian and Base Line for the Land Survey of Florida intersect near Tallahassee. The rows
of numbers along or parallel to the principal Meridian (running north and south) are called Numbers of Town-
ships, and those along or parallel to the Base Line (running east and west) are called Numbers of Ranges. Thus
Jacksonville is said to be in Township 2 South, Range 26 East.
The Townships, which are six miles square, are subdivided into 36 squares, called Sections, each
containing one square mile or 640 Acres.
The Sections are always numbered as in accompanying diagram.


Copyright, 1946 by the J. W. Clement Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.


Cities, Post Offices, Villages and Railroad Stations with Index to Location on Map
.or... .......1 i l nat ..d.......... ........... 9o mln ....... 4B 17 Lmo P r ......... J
r .F8 nwood Height, Mh2d ........ D21 JM ............P28 I6ur ............M26
_e.........2 (S. i 2 .V2 0 nih d k....M0 J.wd........ .... *Lunt .......NO0829
I ..........5 GGlwoTsod T 24 h .Ci .... *Joh.......... ... 2
bl ........ 2 Godwi ........ L20 t ty P.O.) Johso..... 20 ro........ 1 9
2n22Vi00. 202.M 2 07o3. 0. 8 2 hSprin. 1,894F19 *Johne ra0 *7u002"i'". ......P2s
d.City1.$06W22 old02 MB 1.2i U29 02,0.. 1.....22 (Bre.. 7p..bo. 'L.eu) u B.l1 ..0..A5
.. B8 Golde.. 0 .... ..... 24 ......... 2 Johnso ........ ....... 12
S Cl M22 ld r....... .J *Hdrthl ...........BE18 JonLo.........i 8 L2rty........
S. Gom .......... AP29 Hi t Jud n...........18 Leb1 oa..........2H9
dtl,. ... n d ioh,. ........ .B0 1 ...... BJ ht M2SO :Jul ...........N18 .lhtnSt 8 .......R1i
...... 02 d ........ 8. 0 8l0rd.... ...B 2 Juno......... 0. -. 2 *L "e .t...........J20
S till, ...... 0 Gdonll, ........22 .. 026*7 .... ..D12 u p ..... ...1 e y.. .... 2 9C
3 i. 02..... 0 0,24G4ro 0 ...........K H2oe............. 2FI Ia2l2db.0......... 282
.............. ............... i... a.....-........-F17....P li ..........-1
S......... od....... .. 28 C obe oSin ....... 12 le lm ......N19
e ..........P20 G raoville.... ,388A 8 H ............2 ii)
S .... 4 O ........ H .. ..... 120 K ..... .. 125 L t .........C22
e ..o ....... C 3 ..
na.d00....2 0 LeodIse...122ednr ,.. ....... G21 eu Iidi,..
0R. 0 ..o." .,nd 2d4 ....... 210 Holly Hill....10 21 n 5 K,0ele9 City, o1-. .......... A 7


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Places marked thus:* are Post Offices. The population figures are for all incorporated placesaccordng to the St
Iom ........... 8 *B Haven..699 8R 5 'Oean VIew........ V29 *Pa-A- R
diaon.... 2,520 C16 Mor0anto ....o.. 22 (Br., Mi2)2 Bmah.....2i20 N
M. l ....... 9 o........ 20 o ......... 1O u .......... N....
fao .olia Sprin...E22 Mo2 leyHall .....CI. 015 hopee...........8U24 Plevion...........V sanho.1w 1,.
itLnd M..M Bu..J M ......122 kla a.........122 Pa eh O rd2.....1 lt ......,
"ortt .;.-......... D 8 *M ash d .-....-..B 6 *ooee..........610 J23 Pebl e d .l....... N28 mb ...........
abar..........M27 Moutie ......... E24 O ae th .... ...17 Peo,............. *R rod ..
one ........5M A Mo ti City....A Od ............F 9 Pedro....... .121 ........
anaee ........ 019 Mo t Cm~, ie... ..2 9 *O' .. .......1 ,9 .... a e ..,0a
(Id. ta. B deon) Mo t Dora. 1.80 J O ah ...... 22 *Pe.mbroke.. ... 2 P.2 l.aa.le..a,,..
t........ 19 *Mount Pl t...Bll ... 1,43 ...... -S2 B om. d........
..andar ....... 3 Moun. plymouth.... 0J2 oe ...4...22 (t I to ......
l 0 -220 o.t....0.o.. 1..23 *ol2 ....... ..122 P.ore .... .....
Mani0 .. ...... .D21i Mu2 way1o..... 02 ,Fot F ... T2 Peo...... 2 trdi
n ...... D.20 *M6 t ......... 8 2 2 *01 ..........M 12 _Pee oo ...4 04 C 2 B0 ...
M ille ......... F2 *Mull ry ..8.,123M22 *Old Town...........F18 Peona........ 22. 8 (ot
p 7 320 Ml IOld2 To...........2T Pelin..........C R d. .
aa ithn -.g......"" .26 *M lin ii ... .N23 oW ven8........ 2 rlc ............ f... ..'
S2 oa... ..

J2k4.0 ._... .02. *'M...ra i 20 0 ....... 020 .......... N22k
Marand....... ,P26 0 t C23 O'N l............. B23 P f .............F1 *al Bd.....
M0ui... N22 Muog0..... .. O ........ .28 P ..........
ar .......... M U .. ......... *Op ....1,8 U29 P ohor 2........ oh od..
S .. Mutual........... 9 O........ ..... L H.....1O.....1002 I o o ... ,2
Mary ther C4....... 4 Mya City......-P21 *trange...... .... D10 Tionie............ 1 deout.......
ey .... 210 Myrik...... ......15 ON Bed ....... J.02 H ato ........... 05 B- WaO...
M Sto ......K20 Myron ............D 9 *Orane i .. .80. 24 f .........2.. 22 Bi o m
damos.e....... 2222 'M.r. .....Ge ...C 1 O,0ige80.200. 0-2 0 .tome......8.. 8 o .. 0,
Maon ........... l A 1 Omg e ...... E2 Pimeon Key........ 22 EioV m t.....2 .
M ton E.. ......... 0G0 *Ri dtta .5
M ,ata :'-......F24 2N Orargae LaB e....... 021 i 0 mo.......Al (B. 8t9. A
Ma2ran ... ....... U.2 NPinea Nte ....... K3..... ........... ; .
0I2e2t"4 0 N i. 728 '1.oa. 2 n924....
a i 82 ....N le 4 0 Pa o ........... m P l,.........A o .ait i:.
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42 ........ 02..... .4............LOse .. ..

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W2..1...11. 01.....N282 Pimn,._C-C.. 22 k_

17::.. Ocald.02 ..... 7... _A4 p o&.
,44,, :N '28,,oeseo s 7us .........9..0Gi.28 7 .e... 023
Me.3 2... IN.......l P204 Ne= 07 2 2 A 7,4. .2...2.....
9-0-,ho N-o P- ::R22 .00 .12 m. e
2, Mi. 252 v2. NM lb 0...... aU 0 00* 28 2628 Pleee 80....02
82,266 02.0,, 029 oe.,.o.....ass 7002080 E.. 112
O... Gig 0. ... ......... P22 *7,se
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m, 1946.


Tillo .............F10
72 Bay.........N22
721o20 ............0 2
Titu2v2lle Beach..3J27
Toho kea......... IS
Tolo...........N2o
Toaello ........ 024
TonitdnB..........Dr0
TooeBakeB.......K19
Tornto ...........J23
Tormy ............0822
Torry land.......RD27

.Truho...........I18
TM~:m;............,21
Tyon..............P22
Tekes.0.-.........22
0Tumbull....3.... J20
Tumra........... R24
"i wlaa-o -.-..G20
*Tw nty eend St.
TyI9 ........... F18
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ATTRACTIONS
Alligator and Ostrich Farm, St. Augustine Meade Botanical Gardens, Orlando
Cypress Gardens, in Winter Haven Miami Beach
DuPree Gardens, near Tampa McKee Jungle Gardens, near Vero Beach
Florida Caverns State Park, Marianna Mountain Lake Singing Tower, near Lake
Florida Cypress Gardens, near Winter Haven Wales
Florida Flame Vine-A Mass of Gorgeous Musa Isle Indian Village, Miami
Color Oldest House, St.-Augustine
Fort Barrancas, Pensacola Old Fort San Carlos, Pensacola
Fort Clinch, near Fernandina Oriental Gardens, Jacksonville
Castillo de San Marcos, St. Augustine Overseas Highway to Key West
Gold Head Branch State Park, near Key- Rainbow Falls, near Dunellon
stone Heights Ravine Gardens, Palatka
Highlands Hammock State Park, near Ringling Art Museum, Sarasota
Sebring Sanlando Springs Tropical Park, near Orlando
Hillsborough River State Park, near Tampa Silver Springs, near Oeala
Idylwyld Gardens, in Winter Haven State Capitol, Tallahassee
Lewis Plantation and Turpentine Still, near Suwannee River
Brooksville Turner's Sunken Gardens, St. Petersburg
Lost Lake and Caverns, South Miami Wakulla Springs, Wakulla
Marine Studios, Marineland



PHYSICAL FACTS
Total area of State, square miles .............. ................... 58,666
Total land area, square miles. .................................... 54,861
Total water area, square miles. .................................... 3,805
Land area of State in acres. ....................................... 35,111,040
All land in farms in acres. .......................................... 5,940,229
Number of Farms ............ .. ................................ 59,217
Acres of land assessed for taxation.................................. 33,909,483
Mileage of public highway .......................................... 9,200
Mileage of railroad including sidings............................... 8,000
Number of counties. .............. .. ......................... 67
Number of public schools.................................... 1,817
Number of voting precincts in the State... ......................... 1,425
Maximum elevation of State above sea level, feet ..................... 32.3
Average rainfall per annum for past 83 years........................ 52.4
Annual average temperature........................................ 70.8


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