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National Register of Historic Places listings in Florida

Florida counties (clickable map)


There are more than 1,600 properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Florida. They are distributed through 65 of the state's 67 counties. Of these, 42 are National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 23, 2015.[1]
Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Numbers of listings by county

The following are approximate tallies of current listings in Florida on the National Register of Historic Places. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008[2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places website.[3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are not official. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number.

NRHP distribution, as of December 2009
County # of
Sites
# of
NHLs
1 Alachua 56 1
2 Baker 4 0
3 Bay 11 1
4 Bradford 3 0
5 Brevard 40 2
6 Broward 36 0
7 Calhoun 2 0
8 Charlotte 17 0
9 Citrus 10 1
10 Clay 23 0
11 Collier 20 0
12 Columbia 11 0
13 DeSoto 5 0
14 Dixie 2 0
15 Duval 92 1
16 Escambia 36 3
17 Flagler 8 0
18 Franklin 9 1
19 Gadsden 16 0
20 Gilchrist 1 0
21 Glades 3 0
22 Gulf 4 0
23 Hamilton 5 0
24 Hardee 2 0
25 Hendry 11 0
26 Hernando 7 0
27 Highlands 14 0
28 Hillsborough 94 3
29 Holmes 1 0
30 Indian River 28 1
31 Jackson 10 0
32 Jefferson 22 0
33 Lafayette 0 0
34 Lake 30 0
35 Lee 55 0
36 Leon 65 1
37 Levy 3 0
38 Liberty 3 0
39 Madison 8 0
40 Manatee 31 0
41 Marion 30 1
42 Martin 13 0
43.1 Miami-Dade: Miami 70 5
43.2 Miami-Dade: Other 108 1
43.3 Miami-Dade: Duplicates 1[4] 0
43.4 Miami-Dade: Total 177 6
44 Monroe 55[5] 4
45 Nassau 14 0
46 Okaloosa 8 1
47 Okeechobee 2 1
48 Orange 52 1
49 Osceola 7 0
50 Palm Beach 70 2
51 Pasco 10 0
52 Pinellas 67 1
53 Polk 71 2
54 Putnam 17 0
55 Santa Rosa 16 0
56 Sarasota 93 0
57 Seminole 17 0
58 St. Johns 48[6] 6
59 St. Lucie 16 1
60 Sumter 2 1
61 Suwannee 7 0
62 Taylor 2 0
63 Union 4 0
64 Volusia 102 2
65 Wakulla 8 1
66 Walton 5 0
67 Washington 4 0
(duplicates) (2)[7] 0
Total: 1,714 45

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 23, 2015.
  2. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places.  
  3. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009. 
  4. ^ Venetian Causeway is split between Miami and Miami Beach
  5. ^ The count for Monroe County excludes HA. 19 (Japanese Midget Submarine), which was moved to Fredericksburg, Texas in 1991 to become part of the National Museum of the Pacific War at the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. It does include the USCGC Ingham (WHEC-35), which was moved to Key West.
  6. ^ The count for St. Johns County includes Florida's two National Monuments.
  7. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Dixie Highway-Hastings, Espanola and Bunnell Road (Flagler and St. Johns) and Melrose Historic District (Alachua and Putnam).

External links

  • National Historic Landmarks Program
  • Florida's Shipwrecks - 300 Years of Maritime History
  • National Register: Aboard the Underground Railroad
  • NRHP profiles by county
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