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Maps

The following maps were selected to show aspects of early Florida settlement.
Maps are printable at 8½ x 11 inch paper in either color or black-&-white.

Additional maps of Florida and St. Augustine may be found in the Florida Map Collection and in Old Florida Maps. Additional maps of the Caribbean may be found in the Caribbean Map Collection.

Native Florida (circa Spanish discovery)

Native Florida (circa Spanish discovery)

Whole Map B&W (0.5 MB)
Route of the Treasure Fleets in the Spanish New World

Route of the Treasure Fleets in the Spanish New World

Whole Map B&W (0.3 MB)
St. Augustine, Florida - 1586
Expugnatio civitatis S. Augustini in America.
Engraved by Theodor de Bry (1599).

St. Augustine 1599

Whole Map B&W (1.1 MB)
Map Detail B&W (1.6 MB)
The Spanish Fort B&W (0.4 MB)
St. Augustine B&W (0.6 MB)
Latin Text B&W (0.8 MB)
Fort Caroline, Florida - 1564
The French building Fort Caroline.
Engraved by Theodor de Bry (1606).

French building Fort Caroline

Whole Map Color (1.8 MB) B&W (1.1 MB)
Detail Color (1.5 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
Latin Text Color (0.5 MB) B&W (0.4 MB)
La Florida - 1584
A view of Spanish colonial Florida.

La Florida

Whole Map Color (0.7 MB) B&W (0.4 MB)
St. Augustine, Florida - 1740
A view of the town and castle of St. Augustine, and the English camp before it, June 20, 1740.
Engraved by Thomas Silver. London : 1742.

A view of the town and castle of St. Augustine, and the English camp before it, June 20, 1740

Whole Map Color (1.8 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
Detail Color (1.5 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
English Text Color (1.5 MB) B&W (0.9 MB)
Pensacola Bay, Florida -  circa 1740
Navigation chart.

Pensacola Bay, Florida - circa 1740

Whole Map Color (1.6 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
Pensacola Town, Florida -  1743
Bayside view, approaching Pensacola

Pensacola Town, Florida - 1743

Whole Map Color (1.3 MB) B&W (0.7 MB)
St. Augustine, Florida - 1770s
from: Plan of the town of St. Augustine, and the Bay of Espiritu Santo
Engraved by Thomas Jeffreys. 1777.

St. Augustine 1777

Whole Map B&W (1.2 MB)
Bay of Espiritu Santo, Florida - 1770s
from: Plan of the town of St. Augustine, and the Bay of Espiritu Santo
Engraved by Thomas Jeffreys.  1777.

Espiritu Santo Bay 1777

Whole Map Color (1.6 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
St. Augustine, Florida - City and Port (1760s)
Plano de la Ciudad y Puerto de San Agustin de la Florida.
Tomas Lopez. 1783.

St. Augustine City and Port

Whole Map Color (2.0 MB) B&W (1.2 MB)
Detail Color (1.3 MB) B&W (0.8 MB)
Spanish Colonial Missions (circa 1680s)

Spanish Colonial Missions

Whole Map Color (0.7 MB) B&W (0.7 MB)
Pensacola Bay, Florida - 1802
Plano del Puerto de Panzacola en la Florida Occidental. 1802
Pensacola Bay

Whole Map Color (1.0 MB) B&W (0.5 MB)
United States of America, Southern States - 1811
New map of part of the United States of North America containing the Carolinas and Georgia, also the Floridas and part of the Bahama Islands, &c.
Engraved by John Cary. 1811.
North America, Southern States 1811

Whole Map Color (1.9 MB) B&W (1.1 MB)
Florida only Color (1.8 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
United States of America, Southern States - 1813
Map of the southern section of the U.S. incl. the Floridas and Bahama Islands showing the seat of war in that dept.

Engraved by John Melish. 1813.
North America, Southern States 1826

Whole Map Color (1.7 MB) B&W (1.2 MB)
Florida only Color (1.5 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
United States of America - 1826
Map of the United States drawn from the most approved surveys.
Engraved by G. W. Merchant. 1826.
United States 1826

Whole Map Color (1.8 MB) B&W (1.3 MB)
Florida only Color (1.3 MB) B&W (1.0 MB)
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