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Historical Markers in Cedar Key, Florida

 
Clickable Map of Levy County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Levy County, FL (15) Alachua County, FL (173) Citrus County, FL (56) Dixie County, FL (7) Gilchrist County, FL (5) Marion County, FL (198)  LevyCounty(15) Levy County (15)  AlachuaCounty(173) Alachua County (173)  CitrusCounty(56) Citrus County (56)  DixieCounty(7) Dixie County (7)  GilchristCounty(5) Gilchrist County (5)  MarionCounty(198) Marion County (198)
Bronson is the county seat for Levy County
Cedar Key is in Levy County
      Levy County (15)  
ADJACENT TO LEVY COUNTY
      Alachua County (173)  
      Citrus County (56)  
      Dixie County (7)  
      Gilchrist County (5)  
      Marion County (198)  
 
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1Florida (Levy County), Cedar Key — F-33 — Atlantic to Gulf Railroad
Florida was provided with its first cross-state railroad in 1861 when the Florida Railroad Company line reached Cedar Key. Overcoming early financial troubles, the line had begun construction from Fernandina, on the Atlantic, in 1856, but building . . . Map (db m61565) HM
2Florida (Levy County), Cedar Key — F-303 — John Muir at Cedar Key
John Muir, noted naturalist and conservation leader, spent several months in Florida in 1867. He arrived at Cedar Key in October, seven weeks after setting out from Indiana on a "thousand-mile walk to the Gulf." Muir's journal account of his . . . Map (db m17705) HM
3Florida (Levy County), Cedar Key — F-584 — The Cedar Keys: Pencils, Lumber, Palm Fiber and Brushes
(Side 1) Harvesting redcedars (a form of juniper) for pencil manufacturing, along with pines and baldcypress for lumber, was of great importance to the Cedar Keys and the early development of North Florida in the late 1800s and early 1900s. . . . Map (db m155931) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022