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One of the earliest obtainable maps of Florida. which (despite the title) predates statehood by some 13 years.
The map is also quite possibly the earliest printed map of Florida to have been published in Great Britain, pre-dating by 1 year the SDUK map of Florida.
The south is dominated by Monroe County, Mosquito County and a massive area listed simply as Seminole Indians. Alachua, St. Johns, Nassau, Duval, Madison, Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden, Walton, Jackson, Escambia and Washington are the only other counties, for at total of 15 counties in the state.
A few early roads are shown. Early towns, are noted. The lake, river and swamp system is still quite primitive. Good detail in the Keys.