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The Florida US Territory in 1834

The Florida US Territory in 1834

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This 1834 map by Henry Tanner (1786-1858) shows all of Florida in 2 parts. Florida was a US territory when this map was made, but would not achieve statehood for another eleven years, at which point the division of "West Florida" and "East Florida" finally ended. Today Florida has 67 counties, but here there are only about 15 such divisions (when the US received Florida from the Spanish in 1821, there were only two: Escambia and St. Johns).

Tanner was an American, born in New York, however this map was issued by the British publisher Baldwin & Craddock.

The image is printed on lightweight foam board and arrives with everything you need to hang it. We have our Hotel Ponce de Leon foam board menu on a shelf in the kitchen (unhung). Very lightweight.

Dimensions: 12”w x 16”h or 18”w x 24”h

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You can see the original (public domain) image here. The size of that original sheet is about 16 inches high by 12 inches wide.

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