Historic Map - Jacksonville, FL - 1876

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Birds eye view of Jacksonville, Fla.

Reproduction historic map of Jacksonville, Florida published in 1876. Florida's largest city came to be known as Jacksonville only after American settlers began to arrive in 1822, after Spain ceded the Florida Territory to the United States. The town charter was approved by the state of Florida in 1832.

Although no battles were fought in Jacksonville during the Civil War, the city was blockaded by Union troops who sought to disrupt the livestock transport from Florida to the Confederate Army that was centered there. The Union Army controlled the city from 1862 through the duration of the war.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. National Hall, (late Freedman's Bank Building.)
  2. Post Office Block.
  3. Palmetto Block.
  4. Grand National Hotel.
  5. Grand National Park.
  6. St. James Hotel.
  7. St. James Park.
  8. Windsor Hotel.
  9. Metropolitan Hotel.
10. Empire Grist Mill.
11. Wilson & Wilcock's Grist Mill and Wood Yard.
12. Bradbury Saw Mill.
13. Alsop & Clark, Saw Mill.
14. Alegator Saw and Planing Mill.
15. Industrial Machine Works.
16. Jacksonville Iron and Brass Foundry.
17. Drew & Bucki's Lumber Wharf.
18. Buesing's Soap Factory.
19. Gas Works.
20. Gas Works.
21. Duval High School.
22. Cookman Institute, (Col'd.)
23. Stanton Normal Institute, (Col'd.)
24. St. Joseph's Convent.
25. County Jail.
26. City Jail and Engine House.
27. Hook and Ladder Co. House.
28. 1st Presbyterian Church.
29. 2nd Presbyterian Church.
30. St. John's Episcopal Church.
31. St. Paul's M. E. Church.
32. Roman Catholic Church.
33. Praise Church (Col'd.)
34. Union Congregational Church.
35. Baptist Church.
36. Colored Baptist Church.
37. African M. E. Church.
38. Cemeteries.
39. Magnolia Market.
40. Ship Yard.

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