Florida Historical Locales


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Arbuthnots Store Hillsborough Cockroach Bay
Arcadia Drive-In DeSoto Gardner
Beauclerc Country Club Duval Bayard
Black Creek Ranch Clay Middleburg
Camp Floriday Miami-Dade South Miami
Camp Seminole Clay Orange Park
Clower Railroad Station Franklin Dog Island
Dunlawton Volusia Port Orange
Flowers Still Calhoun Blountstown
Fort Brooke Hillsborough Tampa
Fort Capron St. Lucie Fort Pierce
Fort Clinch Levy Yankeetown
Fort Cummings Polk Gum Lake
Fort Dade Hillsborough Egmont Key
Fort Dade Pasco Lacoochee
Fort Dallas Miami-Dade Miami
Fort Denaud Hendry Alva
Fort Diego Duval Jacksonville Beach
Glennell Railroad Station Hillsborough Zephyrhills
Hi Hat Ranch Sarasota Old Myakka
Hickman Marion Flemington
Leonards Siding Calhoun Blountstown
Mammoth Railroad Station Polk Lake Wales
Manatee Levy Manatee Springs
Matmon Railroad Station Collier Deep Lake
Miami Arena Miami-Dade Miami
Moores Railroad Station Seminole Osteen
New Wales Railroad Station Polk Keysville
Orange Bowl Miami-Dade Miami
Padget Camp Franklin Fort Gadsden
Paynes Landing Marion Eureka Dam
Phosmico Railroad Station Polk Bartow
Potatoville Railroad Station Flagler Dinner Island
Rideout Ferry Clay Middleburg
State Fish Hatchery Gulf Dead Lakes
Swanns Railroad Station Polk Winter Haven
Thames Junction Gilchrist Waters Lake
Varn Railroad Station Polk Homeland
Walker Camp Franklin Fort Gadsden
Walker Camp Franklin Fort Gadsden
Wickers Stadium Monroe Key West
Winns Landing Franklin Sumatra
Woods Fish Camp Calhoun Frink
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