Maps Map of the lands belonging to R.S. Hackley, esq., in east Florida /

Format Maps
Contributors Hackley, Richard S.
Vignoles, Charles Blacker
Dates 1823
Location Florida
United States
Language English
Subjects Florida
Maps, Manuscript
Real Property
United States
Map of the lands belonging to R.S. Hackley, esq., in east Florida /
Contributor Names
Hackley, Richard S.
Vignoles, Charles Blacker, 1793-1875.
Created / Published
Subject Headings
-  Real property--Florida--Maps
-  Florida--Maps, Manuscript
-  United States--Florida
-  Cadastral map.
-  Covers all of Florida between Micanopy in north and Key Biscayne Bay in south.
-  At lower left is probable reference to 1823 Map of Florida by Charles Vignoles: Laid off, according to the original papers, upon the new map of Florida, and enlarged from that map.
-  Signed at lower left: R.S. Hackley.
-  Pen-and-ink, watercolor, and pencil.
-  Map backed with cloth.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Includes notes.
-  On verso in pen-and-ink: Hackley's transfer [?] deed +++.
-  Imperfect: Stains and creases.
1 ms. map : col. ; 81 x 65 cm.
Call Number
G3931.G46 1823 .H3
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
Library of Congress Catalog Number
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