Buffalo, NY: Matthews, Northrup & Co., Art-Printing Works, 1890. 105pp. Sextodecimo [15.5 cm] Gray printed wraparound wrappers. Very good. Complete with the fold-out map. Item #4911
A description of the county opens this work (8 pages) and is followed by Township plats with lists of sections. The Associated Railway Land Department of Florida was composed of four railway companies and two land development companies. Early Florida development work with dozens of maps.
"No county in all Florida has more natural advantages than Manatee; situated as it is lown down the Peninsula, and immediately on the Gulg coast, with innumerable bays and rivers abounding in fish, oysters and clams of the finest quality, easily accessible and free to all, it is indeed an attractive place for permanent residence, and affords to the tourists and sportsman a perfect paradise." - p.3.