Title: Sectional map of Florida
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Title: Sectional map of Florida
Physical Description: 1 map : col. ; 113 x 113 cm.
Scale: Scale
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
Matthews-Northrup Works
J.W. Clement Co
Publisher: Florida.> Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication: <Tallahassee
Publication Date: <1941>
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Subject: Railroads -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Administrative and political divisions -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Surveys -- Maps -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Railroads -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
Surveys -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
Administrative and political divisions -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
Administrative and political divisions -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
Railroads -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
Surveys -- 1:650,000 -- Florida -- 1941   ( local )
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single map   ( marcgt )
Polygon: 31 x -87.5, 25 x -87.5, 25 x -80, 31 x -80 ( Map Coverage )
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: J.W. Clement Co., Matthews-Northrup Works.
General Note: Shows sectional grid and railroad lines.
General Note: "September, 1941."
General Note: Prime meridian: Greenwich.
General Note: Includes index and tables showing populations of counties and cities, boundary changes, physical facts and points of interest.
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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SECTIONAL MAP OF


F1LO RIDA


ISSUED BY



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


NATHAN MAYO, Commissioner

SEPTEMBER, 1941


REFERENCE


ATLANTIC COAST LINE . . .
FLORIDA EAST COAST Ry. ........... .-
SEABOARD Ry. . . .
GEORGIA SOUTHERN & FLORIDA Ry. .
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. ..........


OTHER RAILROADS .. .... --
PROPOSED RAILROADS (ga o&LRs) =- --
FLORIDA COAST LINE CANAL
Canals cut through Land . .
Improved Channels in Water .... ... ......


STATE PARKS . .. . .

BOUNDARIES OF CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS *m

LIMITS OF THE EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT. M

CITIES OVER 10,000 POPULATION .. . .

SCALE OF STATUTE MILES


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20 30 40 $0


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-
shipsa 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, 1941 by the J. W. Clement Co.,
Matthews-Northrup Works, Buffalo, N. Y.


Aberd n ..... B
A han. ...........M 2
Aclin........... R21
Adam ... ..... G19
Aeonautic (Bneh
ofPea ola)....C 2
rot Spur..,.... C23
Ala5,u ...... 1081 F18
A ,l ...,.. .. M21
A1 a. .. ... 35
Aimeoi, ......... M23
Allodin City W28
.A19and4, .,..... 5.. H25
Allanton. .. ... E 2

i* A )ll .un ...... J29
*Alliaa ...........BI0
Alliaon8 ttion. B]O
Alma .......... B14
Al- .t 02
0.911A A ml139
Altm .... ..... 023
Alon ... ... E17
*Altii- a ... 2i
*AlN ... BR23
*Am.iaC.U .... 1B2
Analia,. .. .. E24
A*)lo5e5 I10
Andal3 .. (i23
Andrw ..... 321
*Ankoara- .......... P2)i
*Anna Maria.., 158 019
An. .
*Anthony. 121
Anti, h M21
rAplifolo .33
'..... 3.21 s FIO
*Aptka .. 1,312 J23
Aso.. N121
*Ar'idia ... .. 4.. 1 ":2I
3115 .5,0 I V 1159

Armrtro50, ,.,.....F2, 1
*Arro I37333

A r .. .,11
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*Ar ar, 11
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Atta .. .... F2)
Auburn ..... E S
OAuburlal. .. .723 M22
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Ai lun 112
A,, .. .i7

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351. Ju..tion ... 91
B lAhi od...... 223
,ile, ...... C9I
B itvilie ........ ^22
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FORMATION OF COUNTIES AND CHANGES IN THEIR

BOUNDARIES BY YEARS


1821. Eacambia and St. Johns established.
1822. Jackson and Duval created, causing changes in
Escambia and St. Johns.
1823. Gadsden created, causing changes in Duval.
1824. Alachua. Leon, Monroe, Mosquito. Nassau and Wal-
ton created, causing changes in most of the others.
1827. Hamilton, Madison and Jefferson created.
1832. Columbia and Franklin created.
1834. Hlllborough created.
1836. Dade created.
1838. Calhoun created from Jackson.
1842. Santa Rosa formed from Escambla.
1843. Benton was created from Alachua, and Wahulla
was formed from Leon.
1844. Marion was formed from Alachua, Hillsborough
and Mosquito; St. Lucie was created from Mos-
quito.
1845. Levy formed from Alachua and Hillsborough; Mos-
quito changed to Orange; part of Jackson added
to Calhoun.
1846. Washington formed from Walton and Jackson.
1848. Holmes formed from Calhoun and Walton.
1849. Putnam formed from Alachua, Orange, Marion and
St. Johns.
1850. Benton changed to Hernando.
1853. Sumter created.
1864. Volusia created.
1855. St. Lucie changed to Brevard and territory divided
among Brevard, Dade and Volusia; Manatee and
Liberty created.
1866. Lafayette and Taylor created.
1858. New River and Suwanee created from Columbia,
and Clay formed from Duval.
1861. Baker formed from New River, and remaining por.
tion of New River changed to Bradford; Polk
formed from Brevard.
1871. Boundaries of Polk and Sumter were changed.
1872. Part of Sumter given to Orange.
1873. Brevard boundary with Orange was changed; Jack.
son boundaries were changed; boundaries of Wash-
ington changed.
1874. The boundaries of Brevard with Dade and Mana-
tee were changed.


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Big Coppitt,....... Z3
B" ar .. ... S2
i7c(yn5 P.rk. 500 U23
lnehcr.k.....C3
Bakn ..... A 4
lte ,,,,,Frry. 5551 9l

1.911 CI0
Iox nlit .... .. C12
Bhmibird M23
I0l,), 05 D15
Bluff G23

BocChiea -... Z237
*Barsrade-... R2)
0w,,k 0,, k23 28

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l,1i,, ..... B 57
Botts9 ... ...G03
nouH t ,, ..'....'.'.'.. 2
l,,vin .... .. 3- 2
r ,. ..... 1)N253

*Buy'i. .. .. ,

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*nBrtentuln 7.44 019
Brilfordville C13
Braihly + ...... N22
*Bradley JI
1', 0 ..... 39 N229
15r,.) o 2. 10
7Bra, 1on ..,,, 5 05
*Branfol .... .84 E01
llrsnt]ey.... ... L27
Brnt ........C 2
BIwter........ N221
5r-ek, 0......... 1
Bridk ,,... 032
*Bi 1 .... 'i


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 Volusia; 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;
Paseo was formed from Hernando; Lake was
formed from Orange and Sumter.
1906. St. Lucie was re-reated, being formed from Br.
yard.
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 Hillsborough.
1913. Bay was formed from Calhoun and Washington;
Seminole was formed from Orange.
1915. Broward was formed from Dade and Palm Beach;
Okalsooa 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 Volusal
and Okeechobee from Osceola, St. Lucia and Palm
Beach.
1921. Dixie County was created from Lafayette.
1921. Union County was created from Bradford.
1921. Sarasota County was created from Manatee.
1921. Charlotte County was created from De Soto.
1921. Hardee County was created from Le Soto.
1921. Glades County was created from De Soto.
1921. Highlands County was created from De Soto.
1923. Hendry County was created from Lee.
1923. Collier County was created from Lee.
1925. Gulf County was created from Calhoun.
1925. Indian River County was created from St. Lucie.
1925. Martin County was created from Palm Beach and
St. Lucle.
1926. Gllchrlst County was created from Alachua.


INDEX TO MAP OF FLORIDA
*Bristol ... ..... C10 1t ...........0.. 9l 0D0 ..... ... A e *d .:..:... ....
.,road. ,...... D Citro lle .........'H19 D .. C
*B= o....... 758 019 Citru. C-ter ..... R25 Dalk ............ E 9 Edge ............
*Brooker.......... 0 Citr P .......M 19 D l ............ d ll.. ....
*Bro ville..1.B07 K20 *City3 Point.9 ....... K *Dani....... 2,902 U29 *Ed ter....477
Brown .....P22 Cl ..........FI D by.... .... E20 Ed wood......34
*B'0 .... ..... C 6 *Cta ........... J23 *D inton...... A.. A Edion............
Bnng ........ .M20 C k......... Fi D ay ........ B12 *Ehra..............
*Bryevl. ........c 2l Clrkvall.........C 9 D av r...Ek0 l........ .
Buhaon. ...... .02 amkwild ......... M20 D vie............ U29 Eldrerry......-.
Bukhed.. ... P2 C y ..........2..E *Dy ..... . D- *m El Detino.........1
Bukingham ....... R23 *Cleamwater., 10.138 M 18 *Daytoa.. +. 2h E -oro..........
Buok I.k6 .........P24 *Clront.l1 1 ,884 6 Eldred............J
0B,4a Vt, .. WF1 9Clveland.... 53 2 D )ee .... P30 3 dge-.........
0 9 00 ....1...3 RD23ae ...1.33 U 1
( ........Mi ) eClfto ............. -2 pL. .. 0u El tra ............1
o ... .. Clifon........... 33 D fi *E .............
Bunker-Hill ......24 Clio..............Dll Beach-6.... 1 2SO U0 2 *E Jobeaa........
Bunke am g.. P22 C.owe,............ E Deer La. ... ... 2 ...........
*Bun0 ll ..... 1.030 024 C att.. ...... 0.. .0 Deerland........ 5 6 Fl'aoille-...........
*Burbank .......... H21 Cld .- ..... ......24 *D r P rk........ L20 Ellnton..........
Bur. Lak5 F0 Coahman....... 1M 9 Devill .........C2 E rbe...........]
*Bu.hn 2 .2 .. ..676 J21 Cot5 ville.........A 8 *D FuniLak FAi..............
Butler .... ...B10 Coco ..... 098 K m .... 270 B 6 Ellaworth
Byrd ......F23 *Co9oa Beah.. .49 L27 *D0.07...7,41 123 Juntoi........
*Coconut Gr ve.... .V29. D nd8ta.... ....32. *Ell.y4............]
....(S Miai6 ) De Leo.S .. H24 Eoi ............ I
.. ...... S P .) El Port ...... 386 1
Co ,.. ..... ....... m thl ........
Cole.......-...E 3 De. l .... ...... D17 Em alda.. ........
ca06l5,......2...5.F19 1col5n9n.......764 J2I od 55-....... M19 0Eoad. o.-
Caio (Gainr Coline ............ E10 h lry 7 7 : ,"+ '+-" j
P O.)........D 0 Co),OP6.....E21 B5aoh.....737 823 Enoaood ,
C.i ........ ..E17 l .. Delta. ..... B E
*Cal1ah i- ..... 8 0 C22 ,. *D4 "Hilt... .H17 El.du .............
C l y ....... D 8 ol City. 342 3 na .... ...R23 E ..........
Cal0 ...... an C umb........El5 0nh. .. .. 2 .E.nbi........ .
Calv3ry ........H21 *Compa Lake... B 9 Dentt....... C *Eoo 1 panos.........(
C mbon ......C22 Conant............22 *Denv ......... G3 *Ea ero... .........
t on City.... J24 *Conord.. ......... B13 D Soto Beach.... K27 EtifnI .......
Cao .. .... K20 *on ......... H *De Sots City.131 0 *Et .. 13
Cap. ..........L24 Con ...........K20 *De n. ........ Eu a.......
,pbellton. .31 Conwy....... 0 K DewyJ.. .o ... ..01 M20 E.. -.... ....I
,nmp Blanding.. E21 Cook ............ D .... C .
pvile ..... F21 Coop ...........D18 D ........... BI5 Eurka... ..... .
Canal P int ....... 27 Coel d..........U24 Din r ...... E .. ...... 2.930
..nera...l .. .. K37 "Coai rGabw 8.294 ODnn mo............ 02 Elutu Tn fer. ....
2andlr .. 2 (Banch of D Di ic.. ... .- ..... ...........
s.c. [k. M30 '0,o,,l,.l. ..3 1, ..... ,
Canton...... B 1 ..... C13 *D to Inlet... ..D22 Ev4ertt ........
*Cantonnent.... B 1 C n ...h .....B21 Do3 ... .... ..A 5 *Evlergdea...518
C00,591 b ..302 ,Cluonwsll,. ...025 D0,.. 0C23 Evrgreen...e..o .
*C pitol......... C13 *Coronado Doubl esi0 ........18 inaton........
Cap0 ...- ... C14 Bseach .... 328125 Dougla ....- .. E 10 EE orimo l
....,s 92..5... .... Coront......... 3 e... D ..O.. ..... 2 E tion.......
Car ......... ..G 20 *C te .. .......019 Dowdel9 .........,
*C' bur .. .. EI6 Come ......... Ml9 D0owd' Spur..... ..F20
Cardwell........ 27 Cot ill........B 1 *Dowln ...... D17
reo .. .. Cottan.......... N22 Do ning .... El
C03 l...... 82 Cottonale. .719 B 9 *Drayton Island. .+ 013 F
*Cartrom Field-. .Q22 Coon Plant, .... H20 Drol .. .....
rtnlow,... Coul .. T23 riton.--- 1 4 Fcil....... ....
Crolina.........L2 County ane........B 8 *Du ka .....- .. E 20 *Fairbank. ........
C ... C 9 Cor ..... 4K2 *Dund,.. .. .. M23 eld. .. .....
CA ...... 22 Covinton,......... DI *Dunedin. .l758 M 8 Fair G0rounds4 .. 3.
ll. Ell Cow C ek........ .125 Dui rri-... 020 F vie.........
rr wy. .....22 Co .......... B O *Dunelm., o. 1.21712 Flrvilla ........
C0t6rs ..... M2 Craig......... .. 27 Dupon..... G24 *Fmouth,..........1
Cut0 l1lmd.0.. .K22 Cran0dl....... ... B23 *Durnt..........M21 Pn5 +.1......... .
Cr o ... K24 Crawforl0 ...... C22 Durbin, ........ 3 F mda...P.....
ari-ll 270 B 7 *r ford lle ... D 2 Durham. .. ..... 10 .....
*Ca.l- a 124 Crgh n .... i Dual ..... C23 Fat .. .. ....
*C i0 123 C2 r nt ech,..... F24 Dyl 322 Fvon ......
CIn, 033.. A 2 *CrBmto City. .124,23 *F .da. .. .. ...
n 1b8..5.5,5 1 2Fel i .......
C"n'ba.. .13 Crnt City D. G C
Ca. ... C12 Stnion........ G23 F ke ........
Cayo0 Cota .....121 'Creview... .2.252 B 4 E *0Fel71 ,.... 643
* ar K 9 7 Crvallo ..... ......Z27 Fenholloway.. ..
-*Ce.5r 1.. 35 J2I Cr vill ........023 ee Lake.. ,8 M22 enr ,..
( nter Park .... D23 Crlar, ....... 9 ...... 6 'f.an a.. ,493
Cent-rvile ... C13 C -on nton. .......D 8 0Fo 21 *F, ndale............
CetralCl tly D 0 Crm9 ...........K 0 Ear1 .9 ...... E 9 *FerPark.......
n i .........J1 r .. .. .. G21 E rly Bird F de .........
*Cnt y ........A 2 m B y ..A... M Eat.Ala a. ... .F19 Fiton9 ............
*Chai .. .C13 'o0 B City... 1,869 01 Eut Port Myes..4.-. Finher, ...... ...
01,00 017 13,591,0 0)n 19
ap, 13 Cos y ..... -C, ,v6 ........ ..o..
Chanty ........ D 7P. .) (Sr Pen oai) F S... ,.....
Chapman Cr ........B 8 Not on Map.
( rt5.tt1, Rea : 55 Q21 Crobluff...9.... 124 *Ealke......... 11 B 1h ...... 13
*C"hlotM tum......... J21 E M MyAakk ... A ? Fl'?io0 -...... ]
3Har ,..- .. 021 *y. ..a....M E t Plt, -..F 23 Fhetor...........
C a ii 0 3 C 9 E* tpoint......... F10 ........
Ch1 ,,n 9 90 al Slver ,92 n9 Ea9tport .... M3 *F19 lorFhi- e ......
'CI. o1h ::;::B0l5 'Coyeellsprina..... L21 7*tat*.1o P30 'Florl58 y...
Chcrryle. ... B16 C o E2 Tamp ... N 2 F0or)lu .......
('hc r ke Ia ....... F8 (Gibon9a1 P. ,0 *Florene Villa.
s.a Mi ), B0 Curti Mi3.U....... E12 ton park ..... M22 F .ond .City..752
Ch t B23 Cuter .............Vs E t ile ..... ... J2 odate.
,,Clefland 572 G0S Cut .... ... n19 0 27 Floda SouCll8
.... P e :::..2 10 n Ea Gal Be 5.h 27 191. La.elad...
.hpley .. 2.167 B 8 *Ebb ........ C15 *Flodt ..


C I9 iI t ., ... ... 027
*Chool5lok, ... V24
*Chi-. ...... R27
*Chulota.. ........ J25
Ch-ukul. ..... B 2


de City., .2,561 K21


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'FFL6y. ........


Cities, Post Offices, Villages and Railroad Stations with Index to Location on Map
.01.... ... O 3(5 '0 .0... ... 1025 1l llnartl .......1D02 JohMo ........... 320 laont......
S.........4 w ould .........W Hi ........... F1 P.t L P....
Arbuo ..N *Gr vile...111 A 8 *Hinon ........... B1 3 Joh town .........2 Lanier...... .
n 1 .. ....... Hob on d. .... Jonesboro..........16 nan......
Baa .8.... P23 *Grad ..rom....C 22 Hogan ......... .D 3 Judao............ 18 pri.....
D0 dl.. 01 *Grandin........... 22 *H der......... .. 20 JungleS........ 18 ......
D .to.. 019 .Gd ...... I Holer Mine ....1 J20 J.... .2...0.3 3La ..l.........
D .... 000 ~Gn dR id .. y........ BC 3 Jou. ........4i....C1 H50 ...
Dreo. ... 02 5.27 e ...o.1 .. P ....F.... .215 O29 La. n .....
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Plaee marked thus: re Pmt Oflo. The population fig s mare for all iacporsated pls a ding toe tl .. Ce.9 1W .
S. lm.... 2,080 01e *9orto.8......... OA.tO ..........M2562 Palkto1........ ':;:""03 -5 Q*
M a i..:.. 2.73 M :::o.ton .......: S : : Q
Sd ......... 819 O t......8. 0 .....3......0 t....... B
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Haah Yad ...... V28 Jackonvie
iberi .. D22 ....... 173.05 C23
Hickma ... G20 *JacBn~Ule Beuah
Hi a ,...... P24 .. 3.5 D0 4
H ." ... ...... F 9 J3 ktonvil, e E1p. t
-H* Iehf .. ... D21 Termini ....... C23
Hi landd P k 7S M23 Jcob., .. A.... A 9
Hilnd City. M22 on. 12
highlandd City P. 0.) J1a.. -G
H s in 2.010. 0 per....... 1.722 CI8
2,5199)50 I.y ..A
-H id e lh 2..... .. l.3 .. . 7
Hild th ..... 1..0E18 *Jen4.on, ....... 49 B7I
H .l0 .e1 .t *J3 ............ P
,at.-...-.... 0B22 *Jolmno .... ..2.. 12I


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*McAllpin.........D18
Mc4Clokey.......0D10
*MDavid ........A 1
McDonaId......... J23
MDoweU ...... N22
*M5lntoh5.....-37 021
Melntyre.....-..- E12
MeKi, on..........A 1
MLca ........-..K23
MeMeekin ...... F21
McNeal...........C10
McPheron........D21
MoR, ......... PF2
Mabel ........ K22
Ma ...........026
*Macnny. ,71 D21
*MacDi]Ield,
Er. Tfopa) ...,M19
Maom...........B 8


'No L.. 2.-344 A 1 P
No95eet. ..,....... C12
Norman ..........K0 P ............B 2
-North M91 1.1i *P0 y 1..... J33
0 .... 1.973 U9 *PaIatkos .....740 F
*N. Miami ~PaLm o -........ 019
Beachb...... 871 U29 *Palm ay.........M
*Nothwood...... an9 *Palm Beoh. ,.747 a29
1St3. W. Paol Palm Beach
aeah) Hrbor.......27 R29
No -...... 7 *Pam City....-.. P
Norwk......... G22 dal ... 124
ill. ... ...F19 Palmo r........ 19
Notn.......M20 Palmervills.......P20
Pal9metto.....3,491 019
*Palm Harbo....MI8
Paiv11w.... ...019
0 PlmV l ........ 324
*P ao .........E12
Oak0............. H21 '*PnamO City
Oakd ., .... 9 ........11.610 D 8
O"kht.. ..... N168 Pa a Park .... ..C2
Ok Knoll........ 02 Pn k........J21
*Oakland....... 518 K *Paola........... J24
Oakland Park 815 21 P.rdi.......... 2
.Oak Park..........M2o *Parii-.... ,0
(B. Tm pa) *Park...........D 8
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*Yakah........ .... 22
Yt .a.to ... .....89
1Y 8..to.... ... 9
*Ybor Cty......... Ma0
Yeo.I ?....3... 9
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*Yorko ......-.....Di32
*Yoe~tw ....... 8-23





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POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES, 1840 TO 1940
From U. S. Census 1940

co-05IM 1040 1935 1930 1925 1920 1915 1910 05 1900 I 15 1890 1885 1880 1870 160 185g0 1840
,TT- L 1.897,414 1.06.9842 1.4,9211 1,M8 93549 068.470 921.618 752.19 614.02M 528.42 464639391.422 338.40 26.493 187,748 140.424 87.445 4.477
AlIhu. -. 38.608 36.481 34.385 32.584 31,069 35.366 34,306 34.007 322. 28,207 22,934 25.947 16.462 17,328 8.232 21,24 2.282
Baer .... 6.510 7.173 .273 5.61 5.622 5.136 4.805 3,4880 410 ,61 3.712 3.333 2.889 2,303 1.325 ...............
B y .. 20,686 1 .828 12.091 11.873 11,407 13,51 8 ... ....... .... ...... ...... .... ..... .. ... ...... .. ..
Bradford... 8,717 8.841 9.405 7.024 12.503 16.778 14 0 1943 12.943 10.295 9.499 7.16 6,926 6,112 371 ................
B.rvard.. 16.142 14,.4 18283 12,841 S,505 7.270 4.717 4.348 ,1 4.538 401 2.87 147 1.21 2 ..... .....
Broward. 3,794 23,042 25,094 14,256 5,135 4,763 ... .... .. .. .............. ... ...... .. .....
C.lhoun. 8,218 8,352 7.298 11.365 8.775 7.468 7,460 5,796 5,132 3,24 1.681 .2294 1 580 9958 1,446 1,37 1.142
harlott 3,663 3.801 4.013 3,390 ...... ..... .... .. ........ .... .... .... ...... ...... ...... .
Citr. ... 5.346 5,99 5,5160 ,374 6,225 5,235 ,731 7 3 5391 4.261 2.394 ......
Cly 6,468 7.,103 6.859 4,855 5,621 7,315 6,116 5,484 5,63 35,200 5,154 4,260 2.838 2,098 1.914 ..... .. .
Columbi. 16.S58 12.382 14,638 1,4531 1 64.70 1.0294 1.8 ,91 1,91 17.094 13035 1,87 11 i.29 8'.5 7,335' 4",646 4,808 21
D a... 1.7.739. 1800,8 142,955 111.413 42.753 24.536 11.933 12,089 49.05 3.322 861 333 257 85 85 169 448
e ot. 7792 8.170 7.745 061 25,434 22.14 14200 12.446 8,047 6418 4944 ....... .... ... .
Dxie. ... 7018 5.853 6.419 4.236 ... ....... ... ... .. .. ...
Duv-.... 210,143 175,204 15,503 123.396 113.540 94,834 75.163 47,912 39.733 34.766 26.800 22.865 19,431 11.921 5,074 4.539 4,156
E.ambi 74.687 58,674 63,94 43.,457 491386 41.117 38,029 32,383 28,313 22.W03 20,188 17.000 12, 56 7,817 8,768 4.351 3,993
Fll2e.3 -.. 3.09 3.1789 2,460 2.203 2,442
Franklin 68.991 6,585 6.283 3,239 5.318 5.433 5.201 4,636 4.890 4.475 3,308 2.276 1.791 1,256 1.904 1.561 1.030
.adsdn. .. 31.450 8.26974 2.890 2435 2353 22.98 22.198 16.511 16.294 18.693 11.894 11.209 1,169 9,802 9,39 8,784 3.992
Oilchrt. 4.250 4,174 4137 .. ... ..
a..... 2.745 .2,73 2,72 2.,4 ..... .. .. .. .....
.ul1 6.91 3,099 3.182 .. ...
H .ilton 9,77 9 9,791 9,454 9.904 873 12484 11825 992 19.9 881 9,91 8.07 7,201 6.790 6 ,749 4.154 2,511 1.400
H.d M .. 4 10.1 11. 1034 10.17.... ....
ndy .237 8.711 3492 1 ..... ...... .... .
.i9ando 6.41 6,622 4.948 4.723 4.548 5,291 4.997 4.040 3,038 2.940 2.476 7.1780 4234 2.938 1 200 92
ihnd. .246 10912 9.12 6.752 .... ..... . ... ... .
illsbou 1 180.148 159.208 163,519 133.384 88.257 830,62 78,374 51.416 36.013 31.362 14.941 7.973 5,814 3,216 2.981 2,377 402
Hotme.. 1,447 14.449 12.924 12,422 12.860 14.097 11,557 9.027 7,762 6.232 4.336 3,207 2.170 1.572 1.386 1,05 .....
Indian River. 8,9.57 85,480 ,724 ...... .
J3.01n.. .24,48 35,384 31,969 33,122 31,224 50,561 29.0821 26,24 23.377 21,960 17.544 14,426 14.372 0.528 10,209 6.638 4.681
le,.. 12,032 13,617 13,400 1.3827 14.502 16.197 17.210 13.10 10.1695 15,007 15.7 15,573 16.065 13398 9.876 7.7198 6713
L.ayett8 4,405 4,359 4,361 4.694 6.242 7.860 6.710 6.923 4.987 3.783 3.600 2.441 1.783 2068 ...... ..... .....
L 27.255 28,063 23,161 18.870 12,744 12,421 9.509 7.515 7,407 8349 1.034 ...... ...... .
Ie . 17488 18,361 14.900 12154 9,540 8,684 6.2394 3.961 3071 2,225 1,414 ...... .... .
o 31.646 26.0 23476 2 0.,049 18.059 20.135 19.427 15,883 19,887 19,567 17.752 17.444 19,662 15,26 12.343 11.442 10,713
Levy .... 12,.50 12.973 12,456 10.636 9,921 11,992 10.361 9.280 8.603 7.364 6.586 6.649 6.767 2,018 1,781 465
berty 6 ... 3.752 3.9883 4,067 4.849 3,006 4.920 4.700 2,835 968 2079 1 2 1327 1.32 1.050 147 ...........
M en. .. 16.190 17.146 16.514 15.540 16,516 17,834 169819 16.152 13.446 13,60 14,316 14.555 14.798 11.121 7.779 .7490 2,644
M.na.LI. 26.093 23.061 22,602 3.066 18.712 1736 9.550 8.30 4.63 ,830 2.895 5.671 3.544 1.931 .. .....
5ion.. 81,1243 0.,751 2N.678 27.152 23.988 28,76 26 641 2,725. 24,403 2176 20.86 17,424 13,046 10.804 8,609 ,338 .....
M r..... 3.29.1 6.214 6,111 .. .. .... .. .. . ... ... .. .. ....
Mono. ... 14,078 13,304 13.624 14,260 19.560 19.618 21563 20,973 1800 17,167 18,798 15.040 10,940 5,657 2.91 3 2.4 688
Na ..u 10,826 9.185 9.375 9,843 11.340 10.006 10.523 11,012 69,64 8.843 8,294 8,610 6.635 4,247 3.644 2,164 28892
Ok.o 12.00 11,09 .897 9,793 9,360 .... .... ..... .
Okeo1b. ,4 9 3,.000 8.084 4.12. 4.182 3,132
Orae 70,074 56.184 49.737 38,325 19,890 15,397 ,17 107 1 91 11.374 12,459 12,584 14.400 6.618 2.195 907 466 7
0eola, 10,119 9.759 10.699 10.755 7.196 10.937 65,07 3.622 3,444 3,394 ,133 ...... ...... ...... ...... .....
P-lm Bo.h 79.989 3,.194 31.781 37,139 18,654 9,669 5,577 ...... ...... .........
P . 13.981 11.266 0.574 11,599 8.802 9.634 7.502 6.100 6054 49.07 24.9
Pil.llu.. 91,852 64,638 62,149 51,714 28.265 18,814 ...... ...... ..... .. .... ....
Pl 86,665 82,184 72,291 63.925 38.661 37,423 24,148 17,883 12.472 10,983 7.905 6.373 3.181 3,169 .....
Put.am 18,098 18,370 18.096 17,027 14.88 16.8.3 13.096 11,192 11.641 11.381 11.186 9.560 6.261 3.821 2,712 687
t1. Joh3 .. 20,012 17,639 18.676 10,426 13.061 13.473 13,208 11,003 9.165 7,700 8.712 5.544 4,535 2,618 3,088 2.265 2.604
t. Luei.. 11,871 44 7.0 1778 78 8.589 4,057 3,024 ... ...... .... ...... ...... ..... ... 139 ...
5ant5.a 15.31. 13 083 14 ,599 13.670 20.745 14.897 11.801 10,293 8,914 7.961 7.490 6.645 3.312 5.480 2,8 .....
ta 16.10 13,787 12.440 10.050 ...... .. ... .. ....... .... ...... .. ....
eine.. 22,304 22192 13,735 14,738 10986 9453 .. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... .....
1Bu6r5 11.9 041 10.056 44 7.916 7.851 7517 6 5,549 6,187 ,308 363 946 4,686 2.962 1.549 ..........
uretnne .. 17.073 16.973 5.731 16.205 19.789 20,286 18.603 18.011 14.554 12.544 10.524 8.829 7.161 3,556 2,303 ....
Tylor), 11.65 11.142 1,130 13,113 11,219 10.785 7.103 5,581 3.99 3,063 22 2.160 3 2.279 1.453 1.84.....
Union .... 7.004 5,428 7,428 4,873 ...... .... .. ....
Voluia 3.710 6.560 42.7571 40,165 23.374 21.790 161,50 12.143 10.003 11.40 .47 6.97 3,294 1,723 ,18 ... .....
W.k.ula.. .463 083 6,0 5.468 3,811 ,129 2.606 4,802 3.207 5,149 3,700 3,117 2.890 2,723 2.506 29,839 1'.'
Waton 14.24 13,894 14,576 13.664 12,119 1.473 16.480 12,269 9,346 7.92 3 ,81 4,729 4,201 3,041 3,037 1.817 1,461
W.s1.to 12,3029 12,899 1,180 10,420 11,828 1 ,.123 16,403 11,908 10,164 7,832 6.4238 320. 4,89 2.302 2,134 1.850 9


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POPULATION OF PRINCIPAL CITIES OF FLORIDA, 1940

Jacksonville............................. ... ...... ............... 173,065
Miami ......................... .................................. 172,172
Tampa................ ... ..... ......................... ... 108,391
St. Petersburg .................... ....................... .. ..... 60,812
Pensacola ................... ............... ..... .. ............ 37,499
Orlando........... ................ .... .............. 36,736
West Palm Beach ................. .............................. 33,693
M iami Beach.......................... ............... ............... 28,012
Daytona Beach .......... ...................................... 22,584
Lakeland........................... .... ............. 22,068


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ATTRACTIONS

St. Augustine, oldest town in United States, and its old fort-the oldest house-original
slave market.
Old Spanish forts at Pensacola and government hydroplane and aviation station.
At Apalachicola, the home of Dr. John Gorrie, inventor of artificial ice and monument
to his memory.
Silver Springs, near Ocala, one of the largest springs in America.
Wakulla Springs, near Tallahassee.
World famous beaches-orange groves-lakes and hills in central Florida.
The Singing Tower or Carillon at Mountain Lake Park, Lake Wales.
Largest sponge market in world at Tarpon Springs.
Largest cigar factories in America at Tampa.
Then a motor trip down West Coast via Ft. Myers through the Everglades Canals to
Miami-to Key West along the Overseas Highway 80 miles to sea.






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 ........................................... 2,663
Number of voting precincts in the State........................................ 1,243
Maximum elevation of State above sea level, feet ...................... 324.3
Average rainfall per annum for past 33 years ........................... 52.4
Annual normal temperature ................................... ... 70.8


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