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1885 Pensacola Aerial View

1885 Pensacola Aerial View

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This aerial view of Pensacola called Pensacola, Fla. County Seat of Escambia County, was published in 1885, twenty years after the civil war and forty years after Florida became a US state.

This beautiful historic image is printed on museum-quality, 110-pound matte paper that is acid-free, ensuring that it will last many years without any yellowing or discoloration.

Escambia was one of the two original counties in Florida, formed from the British colony of West Florida in 1821 (the other was St. Johns County, which originated from East Florida). By the time of this map, Escambia County had been divided three times, to form Jackson, Walton, and Santa Rosa counties.

Dimensions: 16”w x 12”h or 32”w x 24”h

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You can see the original (public domain) image here. It is 26 inches wide by 16-1/2inches tall. As can be seen, it was quite dark with severe yellowing. We think we made it much more readable without making it appear too 'new.'

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