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History of Jacksonville, FL: Maps of Jax

This guide contains information and resources about Jacksonville, Florida. Resource selections include books, eBooks, databases, images, video, and websites about multiple topics relating to Jacksonville, Florida.

Maps of Jacksonville

Maps of Jacksonville and northeast Florida by year. Click on the images below to enlarge.

Names and approximate locations of La Florida's Franciscan missions at the end of the 16th century. Source: Murder and Martyrdom in Spanish Florida: Don Juan and the Guale Uprising of 1597.

Coast from St. John's River to Savanna, 1740. Source: John Carter Brown Library at Brown University.

Map of Florida by Charles Black Vignoles and Henry Schenck Tanner, 1823. Source: Library of Congress.

NOTE: This is the first map we were able to locate on which Jacksonville appears under that name.

Map of 1847 Jacksonville by N.R. Child, 1925. Source: History of Jacksonville, Florida and Vicinity, 1513-1924

Map of Jacksonville in the 1850s by T. Frederick Davis, 1925. Source: History of Jackonville, Florida and Vicinity, 1513-1924

Map of the City of Jacskonville, East Florida, 1859. Source: History of Jacksonville, Florida and Vicinity 1513 to 1924

Source: University of North Carolina Library

Pine (Main) Street Conflagration of August 18, 1891 by T. Frederick Davis, 1925. Source: History of Jacksonville, Florida and Vicinity, 1513-1924

Map of district burned on May 3, 1901 by T. Frederick Davis, 1925. Source: History of Jacksonville, Florida and Vicinity, 1513-1924