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UNITED STATES-FLORIDA


865. [Cadastral map of the area between Escambia Bay and Governor or Mulata River, Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1810]. Pen-and-ink ms., 51 x 67 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 45).

This map of an area in the vicinity of Pensacola includes names of landowners, dimensions of plots, streams, and vegetation.

Pintado Collection, Map 45, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


866. [Cape San Blas and St. Joseph Bay, Florida]. [1699]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 31 x 22 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 3/4 league.

This Spanish map of the Cape San Blas and St. Joseph Bay region along the Florida Gulf Coast includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, and an elaborate wind rose. This is a copy of the original late 17th century map in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 92 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas with additional information provided in item 214 in Woodbury Lowery.

G3932 .C3 1699 .C Vault

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


867. The Coast of Florida from the dry Tortugas To the old Cape. Braddock, David Cutler. 1756. Pen-and-ink ms. on vellum, 68 x 80 cm. Scale ca. 1:500,000. (Vellum Chart; 30). 73-691615.

This English map of the coasts of southern Florida and the Florida Keys includes coastlines, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, and an anchorage. Map includes a keyed legend and extensive notes providing sailing instructions among the Florida Keys and information on harbors. Map contains original notes and later corrections. Map is oriented with south at top. For further information about this map, see Nautical Charts on Vellum in the Library of Congress (Washington: Library of Congress, 1977).

G3932 .C6 1756 .B7 Vault (Vellum Chart 30)

Florida Keys/Florida--South Coast/United States--Southeast


Costa de la Florida, Peninsula of and West Florida
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868. Costa de la Florida [Peninsula of and West Florida]. [Vingboons, Johannes]. [1665-1670]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 50 x 72 cm. Scale ca. 1:1,650,000. (Harrisse; Volume II, Map 11).

This map of the peninsula of Florida, "Cabo De La Florida", and of the west coast of Florida to the "Rio de las Flores" includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, rhumb lines, and pictorial representation of palm trees along the Atlantic Coast near St. Augustine. Almost all geographic names are in Spanish. Vingboons, a cartographer in the employ of the Dutch West India Company, produced maps for over 30 years for use by Dutch mercantile and military shipping. This map is part of the Henry Harrisse manuscript collection, and was acquired when the papers of the Hulst van Keulen firm were sold.

Vingboons, Vol. II, Map 11, Harrisse Collection Vault

Florida/United States--Southeast


869. [Derrotero útil y provechoso y en todo verdadero de Rios, caños...desde la ciudad de San Agustin hasta la varra de Aiz] [Florida]. [Mexia, Albaro]. [17th century]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 14 x 171 cm. Scale not given.

This Spanish map of the Florida coast extending from Saint Augustine south to the St. Lucie River includes coastline, coastal features, interior streams and waterways. Map is schematic in presentation. This is a copy of a 17th century original map in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 2 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Atlantic Coast


Descripcion De La Bahia De Santa Maria De Galve...
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870. Descripcion De La Bahia De Santa Maria De Galve, Y Puerto De S[a]n Miguel de Panzacola con toda la Costa contigua y las demas Bahias que tiene en ella, hasta el Rio de Apalache....[Florida Gulf Coast]. Lajonk, Jaime and Juan de Siscàra. 1700. Colored pen-and-ink ms. on vellum, 51 1/2 x 68 cm. Scale ca. 1:665,000. (Vellum Chart; 22).

This map of the Gulf Coast of Florida from Perdido River to Apalachicola River includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, European and Native American settlements, streams, and an ornate wind rose. Along the Rio de los Chacatos is a note that reads, "Este Rio es navegable, para lanchas, y canoas, y tiene quatro vocas, como se vè". On the far left of the map, the "Rio de los perdidos" (the boundary line) was added at a later date. West of the river appears the name "Francia", and to the east appears the name "España".

Vellum Chart 22 Vault

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


871. Map of a part of Pantonia laid out in sections. [Florida Gulf Coast]. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. [1815]. Pen-and-ink ms., 81 x 63 cm. Scale 1:31,680. (Pintado Collection; Map 18).

This map of the proposed Pantonia, the concession made to the Panton, Leslie Company along the Wakhulla River opposite Fort St. Marks, includes streams and other bodies of water, vegetation, determination of the quality of the land, tree types, and the division of the site into 83 sections. This map is related to the map under call number Pintado Collection, Map 17, Manuscript Division.

Pintado Collection, Map 18, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


872. Map of A Part Of West-Florida [Florida]. [early 19th century]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 85 x 55 cm. Scale ca. 1:158,400. (Jackson; 1).

This map of the area along the Appalachicola River to the Gulf of Mexico includes rivers and streams, land owners, settlements, and trails to Seminole Nations.

Jackson Coll. #1 Vault

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast


873. [Map of Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1810]. Pencil, pen-and-ink ms., 51 x 37 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 42).

This is primarily an outline map of Florida which includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, and rivers and streams. The segment of coastline between Tampa Bay and the Suwanee River is incomplete.

Pintado Collection, Map 42, Manuscript Division

Florida/Florida--Gulf Coast/Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast


874. [Map of Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Island, Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1815]. Pencil, pen-and-ink ms., 43 x 51 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 49).

This unfinished map of Santa Rosa Island, Escambia Bay, and the vicinity of Pensacola includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, towns, and fortifications.

Pintado Collection, Map 49, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


875. [Map of the area from Pensacola Bay to St. Andrew's Bay, Spanish West Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1815]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 42 x 54 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 46).

This map of a portion of Spanish West Florida includes streams, swamps, and pictorial representation of relief. The map emphasizes the eastern side of Santa Rosa Bay. A note reads, "The part traced in black is done from A Chart which belonged to Mr. Pintado. The red part is done from recollection, its scale is larger than the Black & irregular, the distance in miles marked in figures on the river is not far from the truth".

Pintado Collection, Map 46, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


876. [Map of the East Coast of Florida from Musquitta River to St. John's River]. [1742?]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 48 x 141 cm. Scale ca. 1:115,000. ( Faden 43). 75-693301.

Inset map: [St. Augustine and vicinity].

This British map of the Atlantic Coast of Florida from the Mosquito River to St. John's River includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, an anchorage, British and Spanish fortifications, a British encampment, roads, settlements, streams, and pictorial representation of vegetation. The inset map of St. Augustine includes information about James Oglethorpe's attack on the community in 1742 and an incomplete keyed legend, which identifies among other sites, "General Oglethorp's Camp", "Indian Town and Church", and a "Negroe Fort". The "Negroe Fort" refers to Fort Mose, a fort near St. Augustine manned by freed blacks and their families. In the late 1730's, black slaves fled Carolina to the Spanish colony of Florida, where authorities guaranteed their freedom and granted them permission to live. Both maps are oriented with west at top.

G3932 .C6 1742 .M3 Faden 43 Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast


877. [Map of the vicinity of Perdido Bay, Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1815]. Pencil, pen-and-ink ms., 20 1/2 x 35 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 60).

This is an unfinished map of the area along Perdido Bay. Primary purpose of map is to show vegetation, e.g., pine, woods, and swamps.

Pintado Collection, Map 60, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


878. [Mapa de los Cayos de los Martires ó de la Florida]. [1743]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 41 x 28 1/2 cm. 10 French leagues to 5 1/2 cm.

This Spanish map of the south Florida coast, the Florida Keys, and a small portion of Cuba includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, and what appears to be a shipping channel down the Atlantic Coast past the Keys into the Gulf of Mexico. Emphasis of map is on "Los martires" (Florida Keys). This is a copy of the ca. 1743 original map in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 147 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

G3932 .F5 1743 .C3 Vault

Florida Keys/Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/Florida--Atlantic Coast


A Plan of the Land Between Fort Mossy and Saint Augustine...
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879. A Plan of the Land Between Fort Mossy And S[ain]t Augustine In the Province of East Florida. Roworth, Sam. [1763-1781]. Pen-and-ink ms., 39 x 50 cm. Scale ca. 1:7,900. 73-691558.

This is an English plan of a section of land north of Saint Augustine which includes streams, cultivated and fallow fields, roads, and forts, and fortification lines. Fort Mossy (i.e. Fort Mose), two miles north of St. Augustine, had been constructed by about 100 former black slaves and their families who had fled Carolina to freedom with the encouragement of Spanish officials in Florida in the late 1730's. The cartographer served in the Department of the Surveyor General of British East Florida, during the English occupation of Florida, 1763-1781.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast


880. Plano Borrador de las posesiones de los Señores Forbes y Compañia entre los Rios Apalachicola y San Marcos en la Florida Occidental. [Gulf Coast of Florida]. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. Havana. [1817]. Pen-and-ink ms., 82 x 69 cm. Scale 1:158,400. (Pintado Collection; Map 16).

This map depicts a portion of Spanish East Florida (present day Western Florida) extending from the Apalachicola River to the mouth of Ocalocny River. Map includes trails, streams, a fort, and towns. Map also includes specific grided plots laid out along the Wakhulla River opposite Fuerte de San Marcos. Map was made to justify the Forbes grant and to show the agreement reached with the Indians for the land. Four notes appear on map in connection with this issue. One note reads, "Cesion hecha por los Yndios Simanoles á la Casa de los Señores Panton Leslie y Compañia en 22 de Agosto de 1804 y confirmada por el Gobierno en 3. de Diciembre de 1806". Another note reads, "Cesión hecha por los Yndios Crikes baxos en 22 de Enero 1811 á la casa delos Señores Forbes y Comp[añi]a juntamente con las porciones A.B. y la Ysla de San Vicente; cuya cesión se confirmó por el Gobierno en 15 de Junio del mismo año". This map is part of the Pintado Collection in the Manuscript Division.

Pintado Collection, Map 16, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


881. Plano borrador del límite comun á las dos Floridas y de los territorios de ambas provincias adyacentes á el. [Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1815]. Pencil, pen-and-ink ms., 29 x 58 cm. Scale not given. (Pintado Collection; Map 51).

This detailed map of Florida from Santa Rosa Bay to Apalachee Bay includes streams, Native American and European settlements and trails, selected names of landowners, coastlines, and coastal features. Map encompasses portions of both Spanish East and West Florida.

Pintado Collection, Map 51, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


Plano Borrador del Rio y Bahia...
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882. Plano Borrador del Rio y Bahia de Apalachicola para mejor inteligencia de los partes dados en 29 de Abril, 6 y 8 de Mayo de este año. [Gulf Coast, Florida]. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. 1815. Pen-and-ink ms., 55 x 79 cm. Scale 1:158,400. (Pintado Collection; Map 13).

This is a detailed map of a portion of Spanish East Florida (present day western Florida) extending from the Apalachicola River to the mouth of the Ocalocny River. Map includes streams, trails, a fort, and towns (Prospect Bluff, Ochesee, Tornathlee, and Anacheela). A note by a fort on the Flint River reads, "Reducto hecho por el Coronel Nicolls". A logistical note appearing next to the Ysla de S[a]n Vicente in Apalachicola Bay reads, "Campamento Yngles con los negros de Panzacola y otros del 16 de Abril 1815". An explanatory note on the side of the map refers to the limits of Spanish East Florida and the U.S. boundary. This map was used by Pintado when he was sent by the Spanish governor and the people of Pensacola in 1815 to recover slaves who were taken away by the British Colonel Nicolls during the War of 1812. This map is part of the Pintado Collection in the Manuscript Division.

Pintado Collection, Map 13, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast


883. Plano del Rio Apalachicola, Territorio é Yslas adyacentes. [Gulf Coast of Florida]. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. 1815. Pen-and-ink ms., 53 x 77 cm. Scale 1:158,400. (Pintado Collection; Map 17).

This is a detailed map of a portion of Spanish East Florida (western Florida) extending from the Apalachicola River to the mouth of the Ocalocny River. Map includes trails, streams, a fort, and towns. Information on map is similar to that in maps of the same region found under call numbers Pintado Collection, Map 13, Manuscript Division and Pintado Collection, Map 16, Manuscript Division, and it is directly related to map found under call number Pintado Collection, Map 18, Manuscript Division.

Pintado Collection, Map 17, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast


Plano numero 1. de la Barra, y Rio de San Juan...
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884. [Plano numero 1. de la Barra, y Rio de San Juan desde su Entrada hasta dos millas mas arriba del paso de San Nicolas, manifestandose en su curso todos los Baxos...situacion de los Reductos, y colocacion de los Barcos para su defenza, y caminos que deven tomarse para la Retirada los Defensores &. [Florida]. Rocque, Mariano de la. San Agustin de la Florida. 1791. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 38 1/2 x 69 cm. Scale ca. 1:31,000.

This Spanish defense map of the entrance to the St. John's River includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, pictorial representation of varied vegetation and relief, roads, fortifications, and a settlement. In style detailed and precise and should be compared with "Plano numero 2" for Amelia Island. Map also contains extensive keyed legend and notes. Map is oriented with south at top.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast


885. Plano numero 2. del Puerto, y Barra de Santa Maria, parte desu Rio hasta Tierra firme; Dela Ysla Amalia...que comprehende la situacion delos Reductos, y colocacion delos Barcos para su defenza....[Amelia Island, Florida]. Rocque, Mariano de la. 1791. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 36 x 60 cm. Scale ca. 1:45,000.

This concise and well-executed Spanish map depicting Amelia Island between the St. Mary's and Nassau Rivers includes coastlines, coastal features, soundings, anchorages, navigational hazards, detailed pictorial representation of vegetation, streams, a settlement, a ruined fortification, and farms. Primary purpose of map is to show the boundary between the U.S. (St. Mary's River) and Spanish Florida, proposed sites for Spanish fortifications, and roads to be used by the "defenders" (Spanish) on the south of the border. Map also includes an extensive keyed legend and note. Map is oriented with southwest at top.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/Georgia--Coast


886. Plano, y Proyecto del Reducto que se deve Construir enla boca del Rio de S[a]n Juan....[Florida]. Arredondo, Antonio. 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 35 1/2 x 42 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 1 1/4 toesas.

This plan of a proposed fort on St. John's River includes the outline of the fortification, a "house" where 28 men could be lodged, a kitchen, a battery, a well, storage areas for munitions and provisions, and the coastline. Plan also includes a keyed legend. Plan is oriented with east at top. This is a copy of the 1737 original plan by Arredondo in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Plan is described in item 136 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

G3934 .J2 1737 .A Vault

Florida/United States--Southeast


UNITED STATES-FLORIDA-DRY TORTUGAS


Plano de las Tortugas...
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887. Plano de las Tortugas....[Florida]. [18th century]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 32 x 46 cm. Scale ca. 1:10,500. (Maggs purchase map collection; 261). 91-680970.

This Spanish map of the Dry Tortugas Islands includes coastlines, coastal features, soundings, characteristics of the ocean bottom; map also includes a keyed legend. Map is oriented with southeast at top. This map is part of the G&M Division's collection from the Real Escuela de Navegación, Cadiz, Spain acquired from Maggs Brothers, London.

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Dry Tortugas, Florida/Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Gulf Coast


Plano de las Tortugas...
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888. Plano de las Tortugas....[Florida]. [18th century]. Wash, pen-and-ink ms., 35 x 46 cm. Scale ca. 1:11,000. (Maggs purchase map collection; 262). 91-680971.

This Spanish map of the Dry Tortugas Islands includes coastline, soundings, navigational hazards, and characteristics of the water bottom; map also includes a keyed legend. Map is oriented with southeast at top. This map is part of the G&M Division's collection from the Real Escuela de Navegación, Cadiz, Spain acquired from Maggs Brothers, London.

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Dry Tortugas, Florida/Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Gulf Coast


UNITED STATES-FLORIDA-PENSACOLA


889. [Map of a portion of Pensacola, Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1815]. Pen-and-ink ms., 48 x 34 cm. (Pintado Collection; Map 59).

This unfinished map of what appears to be a portion of Pensacola includes town blocks, streams, the bay, coastline, and coastal features.

Pintado Collection, Map 59, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast/Pensacola, Florida


890. Pansacola ô Santta Maria de Galbe puerto y presidio del Rey de España Situado enla Costa del nortte del Seno Mexicano....[Florida]. [ca. 1760]. Wash, pen-and-ink ms., 45 x 34 cm. Scale ca. 1:165,000. (Maggs purchase map collection; 260). 73-691643.

This Spanish map of Pensacola Bay includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, an anchorage, and a fortification; map also includes extensive notes. This map is part of the G&M Division's collection from the Real Escuela de Navegación, Cadiz, Spain acquired from Maggs Brothers, London.

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Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Gulf Coast/Pensacola, Florida


891. [Plan of Pensacola(?), Spanish West Florida]. [Pintado, Vicente Sebastián ]. [ca. 1810]. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 33 x 47 cm. Scale 1:4,800. (Pintado Collection; Map 32).

This is a city plan with numbered lots and unnamed streets probably of Pensacola. Map is color coded without explanation.

Pintado Collection, Map 32, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast/Pensacola, Florida


892. A Plan of the Harbour of Pensacola in West-Florida Surveyed in the Year 1764.... Gauld, George and John Lindsay. 1764. Colored pen-and-ink ms. on vellum, 56 x 70 cm. Scale ca. 1:32,500. (Vellum Chart; 31). 73-691619.

This well-executed English map of Pensacola Harbor includes coastlines, coastal features, numerous soundings, navigational hazards, an entry track, the town of Pensacola, a Native American town, a signal house on Santa Rosa Island, and pictorial representation of vegetation. Map includes a keyed legend that distinguished tree types, and an extensive note.

G3932 .P45 1764 .G3 Vault (Vellum Chart 31)

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/Pensacola, Florida


893. A Plan of the Town of Pensacola 1767. 1767. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 17 x 27 cm. Scale 1:9,600. (; Faden (44)). 71-633.

This British cadastral map of the city of Pensacola includes numbered lots, identified streets, streams, a fortification, a swamp, and pictorial representation of vegetation. Color coding suggests a distinctions between town lots owned and town lots to be purchased.

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Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/Pensacola, Florida


894. Plano Borrador del nuevo Proyecto para el arreglo de dos Plazas en la Población de Panzacola á los extremos Oriental y Occidental de la actual....(Pensacola). Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. 1813. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 52 x 48 cm. on sheet 52 x 73 cm. Scale 1:1,200. (Pintado Collection; Map 47).

This city plan of Pensacola includes the site of a new cathedral, two renamed plazas, and renamed streets. Map also includes notes and a keyed legend. Purpose of plan was to adhere to the Spanish legislative decree of August 14, 1812 which mandated the renaming of the Plaza de Fernando 7 to Plaza de la Constitución and the Plaza de Sevilla to the Plaza de Fernando 7 and of various streets. This plan received the approval of the city council on December 7, 1813 and contains the signatures of Pintado, Francisco Gomez, and Felix Cala.

Pintado Collection, Map 47, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast/Pensacola, Florida


895. Plano de la Bahía de Panzacola y sus inmediaciones. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. 1815. Pen-and-ink ms., 45 x 51 cm. Scale 1:126,720. (Pintado Collection; Map 43).

This map of Pensacola and vicinity extends from the city to the Perdido River. Map includes rivers, streams, names of landowners, dimensions of plots, fortifications, towns, pictorial representation of relief, and a boundary with a Native American nation. Map also includes references to the British attack and occupation of Pensacola in 1814 and to land transactions of the Pensacola "ayuntamiento" and "subdelegación".

Pintado Collection, Map 43, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/United States--Gulf Coast/Pensacola, Florida


896. Plano proyecto para la división en solares, de la Manzana 24 de la población de Panzacola, que se tenía destinada para fabricar el Templo y otros Edificios públicos....[Pensacola]. Pintado, Vicente Sebastián. Panzacola [Pensacola]. 1813. Colored pen-and-ink ms., 51 x 34 cm. Scale 1:1,200. (Pintado Collection; Map 50).

This is a proposed plan for the division of lots in the city of Pensacola where a church and other public buildings were to be constructed. This map includes names of landowners, information about the sale of city lots, identified streets, and selected buildings. Map contains the signatures of Pintado and Francisco Gomez and other officials of the Pensacola city government.

Pintado Collection, Map 50, Manuscript Division

Florida--Gulf Coast/United States--Southeast/Pensacola, Florida


UNITED STATES-FLORIDA-ST. AUGUSTINE


897. Castillo que se fabrica de horden du Su Mag[esta]d en el Presi[di]o de san Aug[ustí]n dela Florida.... 1675. Pen-and-ink tracing, 30 1/2 x 21 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 9 varas.

This Spanish plan of the fortification in Saint Augustine is concerned primarily with the exterior such as ramparts, parapets, etc. Plan also contains a keyed legend indicating heights of exterior walls and supports. This plan is a copy of the original plan of 1675 in the Archivo de Indias, Seville, Spain. Plan is described in item 68 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/St. Augustine, Florida/United States--Southeast


898. Cortadura y defensas hechas por Don Pablo de Hita y Salazar Gov[ernad]or y Capp[itá]n Gen[era]l de...S[an] Aug[ustí]n dela Florida en el Castillo que alli se fabrica.... 1675. Pen-and-ink tracing, 30 x 21 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 19 varas.

This plan of defensive works at the new fort in Saint Augustine includes an outline of exterior walls and divisions and uses of some interior space. This plan is a copy of the 1675 original in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain and is described in item 69 of Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


899. El fuerte de san agustin [Florida]. [1595]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 45 x 58 cm. Scale not given.

This schematic plan of the Castillo San Marcos at St. Augustine includes representation of the fort and its immediate surroundings, vegetation, and ships. Soldiers on guard during day and night are also shown. This is a copy of the 1595 original plan in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 44 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


900. Este es El fuerte biejo que esta en S[an] Agustin llamado S[an] marcos....[Florida]. [1595]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 38 x 32 cm. Scale not given.

This plan of Castillo San Marcos at St. Augustine includes the fort, its walls, cannon emplacements, a well, troop quarters, and the commander's house, all constructed of wood. This plan is a copy of the original 1595 plan in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 45 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


901. The Harbour of S[ain]t Augustín, in East Florida. 1805-6. 1805. Pen-and-ink ms., 16 x 16 cm. Scale ca. 1:32,500.

This English map of Saint Augustine and vicinity includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, a grid of Saint Augustine, a fortification, a monastery, an Indian church, and a beacon on Matances Island (Anastasia Island).

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


902. [Map of the town, fort, and entrance to the harbor of St. Augustine and vicinity] [Florida]. [1595]. Pen-and-ink tracing, 76 x 66 cm. Scale not given.

This map depicting St. Augustine, its fort, and the entrance to its harbor, as well as the neighboring town of San Sebastian, includes coastline, coastal features, streams, a fortification, and pictorial representation of settlements (including San Sebastian and a Native American village) and vegetation. Map contains various annotations. This map is a copy of the 1593 original map in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 43 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/St. Augustine, Florida/United States--Southeast


903. Perfil: B [Profile of Castillo San Marcos in Saint Augustine, Florida]. Arredondo, Antonio de. Havana. 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 22 x 37 cm. Scale not given.

This plan is a profile view of the fort and its entry at Saint Augustine. This is a copy of the original 1737 plan in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 133 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

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Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


904. Plan De La Ville Et Du Port De S[ain]t Augustin De La Floride [Florida]. Bois St. Lys, George de. 1796. Colored pen-and-ink, 39 x 59 1/2 cm. Scale ca. 1:23,760.

This well-executed, precise French map of Saint Augustine and vicinity includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, an anchorage, fortifications, a grid of Saint Augustine, Native American villages, and roads. Map is oriented with west at top.

G3934 .S2:2V3 1796 .B Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


905. Plan dela Ciudad de S[a]n Agustin dela Florida y sus Contornos....[Florida]. Arredondo, Antonio. 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 110 x 215 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch equal 20 fuerzas.

This ambitious, large scale and detailed map of Saint Augustine and vicinity includes the fortification and dependent buildings, e.g., churches, Governor's house, and a hospital. Map also features Native American settlements, roads, pictorial representation of vegetation, interior streams, and a coastline. Emphasis of map is on the elaborate structure of the fortification. Map also includes 2 keyed legends. Map is oriented with east at top. This map is a copy of the 1737 original map by Arredondo in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 132 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

G3932 .S2C2 1737 .A Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


906. [Plan of Saint Augustine, Florida]. [Birch]. [1819]. Wash, pen-and-ink ms., 25 x 39 1/2 cm. Scale ca. 1:31,680. (Jackson; 2).

This U.S. plan of St. Augustine and vicinity includes coastline, coastal features, navigational hazards, soundings, an anchorage, a grid of the city, fortifications, roads, plantations, and pictorial representation of vegetation and marshland. Notes on map refer to fields, orange groves, and to types of trees. Map is oriented with west at top. A pencilled note on map refers to correspondence between Gaines and Jackson of January 19, 1819 (possibly in the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress).

Jackson Coll. #2 Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


907. Plan of the Inlet Strait & Town of S[ain]t Augustine [Florida]. Roworth, Sam. [1763-1781]. Pen-and-ink ms., 40 x 102 cm. Scale ca. 1:9,100. 73-691560.

This English map of Saint Augustine and vicinity includes coastline, coastal features, navigational hazards, depictions of marsh and uplands, streams, fortifications, defensive lines, roads, ferry crossings, and the outline of Saint Augustine. The cartographer was employed by the Department of the Surveyor General of British East Florida during the English occupation of Florida, 1763 to 1781.

G3934 .S2A1 176- .R61 Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


908. Plano. D. [Plan of the Castillo San Marcos in Saint Augustine, Florida]. Arredondo, Antonio de. Havana 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 66 x 84 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 5 toesas.

This plan appears to be a proposed architectural rendering for upgrading Castillo San Marcos at Saint Augustine. Plan lacks index or description. This plan is a copy of the original 1737 Arredondo plan in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Description of plan is in item 135 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

G3934 .S2:2C3d 1737 .A Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


909. Plano del Castillo de S[a]n Marcos de la Florida. Arredondo, Antonio de. Havana 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 66 x 74 1/2 cm. Scale ca. 1 inch to 4 toesas.

This large scale plan of the fort at Saint Augustine includes exterior walls, supports, and divisions of interior space for store rooms (provisions, munitions, and gunpowder) and for more general rooms, e.g., the kitchen, chapel, etc. Plan also includes extensive keyed legend. In upper right, a note reads: "Plano. C". This plan is a copy of the 1737 plan by Arredondo in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 134 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas.

G3934 .S2:2C3c 1737 .A Vault

Florida--Atlantic Coast/United States--Southeast/St. Augustine, Florida


UNITED STATES-GEORGIA


910. Plano de la Entrada de Gualquini Rio de S[a]n Simon....[Georgia]. Arredondo, Antonio de. 1737. Pen-and-ink tracing, 44 x 75 cm. Scale ca. 1:5,760.

This Spanish map of the entrance to St. Simon's Sound, Georgia includes coastline, coastal features, soundings, navigational hazards, pictorial representation of vegetation, and settlements. Also includes a keyed legend. Map is oriented with east at top. This is copy of Arredondo's map of 1737 in the Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. Map is described in item 131 in Torres Lanzas' México y Floridas. Map recognizes English presence in the region.

G3922 .S23P5 1737 .A Vault

Georgia--Coast/United States--Southeast


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