This ClipArt gallery includes 91 illustrations related to the State of Florida.

Andrew Jackson's operations during the American Revolution.

Andrew Jackson's Operations

Andrew Jackson's operations during the American Revolution.

An illustration of Biscayne Bay, is a lagoon that is approximately 35 miles (56 km) long and up to 8 miles (13 km) wide located on the Atlantic coast of south Florida. It is usually divided for purposes of discussion and analysis into three parts, North Bay, Central Bay and South Bay. North Bay separates Miami Beach on its barrier island from Miami on the mainland. It has been severely affected over the last century by raw sewage releases, urban runoff, shoreline bulkheading, dredging, the creation of artificial islands and the loss of natural fresh water flow into the bay. North Bay accounts for only 10% of the water area of the bay. Central Bay is the largest part of the bay. It is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the Safety Valve, a series of shallow flats separated by tidal flow channels, stretching from the south end of Key Biscayne to the Ragged Keys at the north end of the Florida Keys. It has been adversely affected primarily by bulkheading, urban runoff discharged by canals, and the loss of natural fresh water flow. South Bay is nearly as large as Central Bay, and is the least affected by human activities, although it also suffers from the loss of natural fresh water flow. South Bay is separated from the Atlantic Ocean by the northernmost of the Florida Keys, and is connected to Florida Bay through channels and "sounds" lying between the mainland and the keys.

Biscayne Bay

An illustration of Biscayne Bay, is a lagoon that is approximately 35 miles (56 km) long and up to 8…

(1835-1911) Picture of Governor William D. Bloxham during 1879. Bloxham served as Florida's thirteenth governor (1881-1885) and seventeenth governor (1897-1901).

William D. Bloxham

(1835-1911) Picture of Governor William D. Bloxham during 1879. Bloxham served as Florida's thirteenth…

(1782-1863) Branch served as Florida's sixth territorial governor (1844-1845).

John Branch

(1782-1863) Branch served as Florida's sixth territorial governor (1844-1845).

A picture of the capitol building in Tallahassee, Florida.

Florida Capitol

A picture of the capitol building in Tallahassee, Florida.

Fort Carolina on the River of May

Fort Carolina

Fort Carolina on the River of May

The building of Fort Caroline by the Spaniards.

Fort Caroline

The building of Fort Caroline by the Spaniards.

The completion of Fort Caroline by the Spaniards.

Fort Caroline

The completion of Fort Caroline by the Spaniards.

An aerial-view of Lake Alfred, Florida.

City

An aerial-view of Lake Alfred, Florida.

(1790-1856) Florida's territorial governor 1834-1836.

John Henry Eaton

(1790-1856) Florida's territorial governor 1834-1836.

The Everglades are a subtropical wetland located in the southern portion of the U.S. state of Florida, comprising the southern half of a large watershed. The system begins near Orlando with the Kissimmee River, which discharges into the vast but shallow Lake Okeechobee. Water leaving the lake in the wet season forms a slow-moving river 60 miles (97 km) wide and over 100 miles (160 km) long, flowing southward across a limestone shelf to Florida Bay at the southern end of the state. The ever-changing Everglades are shaped by water and fire, with frequent flooding in the wet season and drought in the dry season.

Everglade

The Everglades are a subtropical wetland located in the southern portion of the U.S. state of Florida,…

The flamingo is found in Africa and Asia. The color of the plumage is a deep brilliant scarlet, except the quill feathers, which are black.

Flamingo

The flamingo is found in Africa and Asia. The color of the plumage is a deep brilliant scarlet, except…

The flamingo is found in Africa and Asia. The color of the plumage is a deep brilliant scarlet, except the quill feathers, which are black.

Flamingo

The flamingo is found in Africa and Asia. The color of the plumage is a deep brilliant scarlet, except…

A large water bird notable for its pink color.

Flamingo

A large water bird notable for its pink color.

Flamingos are gregarious wading birds in the genus Phoenicopterus and family Phoenicopteridae. They are found in both the Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere, but are more numerous in the former. There are four species in the Americas while two exist in the Old World. Two species, the Andean and the James's Flamingo, are often placed in the genus Phoenicoparrus instead of Phoenicopterus.

Flamingo

Flamingos are gregarious wading birds in the genus Phoenicopterus and family Phoenicopteridae. They…

The American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a large wading bird known for its red or pink feathers.

American Flamingo

The American flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a large wading bird known for its red or pink feathers.

The American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a large wading bird in the Phoenicopteridae family of flamingoes.

American Flamingo

The American Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) is a large wading bird in the Phoenicopteridae family of…

"Phoinikopteros ruber. American Red Flamingo. Adult: Plumage scarlet, the primaries and most of the secondaries black. Legs lake-red. Bill black on the terminal part, orange in the middle, the base and bare skin of head yellow." Elliot Coues, 1884

American Flamingo

"Phoinikopteros ruber. American Red Flamingo. Adult: Plumage scarlet, the primaries and most of the…

The American flamingo stands about five feet tall, and is found throught tropical America, including some parts of Florida.

Flamingoes

The American flamingo stands about five feet tall, and is found throught tropical America, including…

Gregarious wading birds, usually 3-5 feet in height, found in both the Western and Eastern Hemisphere.

Flamingoes

Gregarious wading birds, usually 3-5 feet in height, found in both the Western and Eastern Hemisphere.

The flamingo is a large pink sea bird.

Flamingoes

The flamingo is a large pink sea bird.

"The Flamingoes are one of the most curious of the trive of Waders."

Flamingoes

"The Flamingoes are one of the most curious of the trive of Waders."

The official seal of the U.S. state of Florida in 1889.

Florida

The official seal of the U.S. state of Florida in 1889.

The United States seal of Florida with an Ironside ship in the background.

Florida

The United States seal of Florida with an Ironside ship in the background.

The state banner of Florida, the everglade state.

Florida

The state banner of Florida, the everglade state.

The Great Seal of Florida, featuring an indian, palm tree, and sun.

Florida Seal

The Great Seal of Florida, featuring an indian, palm tree, and sun.

Seal of the state of Florida, 1876

Florida seal

Seal of the state of Florida, 1876

Seal of the state of Florida, 1876

Florida seal

Seal of the state of Florida, 1876

Seal of the state of Florida, 1881

Florida seal

Seal of the state of Florida, 1881

Seal of the state of Florida, 1904

Florida seal

Seal of the state of Florida, 1904

The Great Seal of the State of Florida. The image shows a Seminole Native American sprinkling flowers. There is also a palm tree, a steamboat, and sunshine.

Seal of Florida

The Great Seal of the State of Florida. The image shows a Seminole Native American sprinkling flowers.…

Silver Springs is a clear basin within the St. Johns River in Florida. It is famed for it's depth and clarity of the water. This spring is seventy feet deep, as clear as crystal, and remarkably fresh and cool.

Silver Springs, Florida

Silver Springs is a clear basin within the St. Johns River in Florida. It is famed for it's depth and…

The fort held by Spain in St. Augustine, Florida.

Spanish Fort in St. Augustine, Florida

The fort held by Spain in St. Augustine, Florida.

Early pictures of the University of Florida in Gainesville

University of Florida

Early pictures of the University of Florida in Gainesville

The French made a settlement called Fort Caroline on St. John's River.

Fort Caroline

The French made a settlement called Fort Caroline on St. John's River.

An illustration of Fort Jefferson which is located today in what is Dry Tortugas National Park. Dry Tortugas National Park preserves Fort Jefferson and the Dry Tortugas section of the Florida Keys. The park covers 101 mi² (262 km²), mostly water, about 68 statute miles (109 km) west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico.

Fort Jefferson

An illustration of Fort Jefferson which is located today in what is Dry Tortugas National Park. Dry…

Fort Jefferson was built in 1826 in Garden Key, Florida and used in the American Civil War.

Fort Jefferson, Garden Key

Fort Jefferson was built in 1826 in Garden Key, Florida and used in the American Civil War.

The Castillo de San Marcos, previously known as Fort Marion, is a Spanish built fort located in the city of St. Augustine, Florida

Fort Marion, St. Augustine

The Castillo de San Marcos, previously known as Fort Marion, is a Spanish built fort located in the…

The Fort Zachary Taylor State Historic Site, better known simply as Fort Taylor, (or Fort Zach to locals), is a Florida State Park and National Historic Landmark centered on a Civil War-era fort located near the southern tip of Key West, Florida. Construction of the fort began in 1845 as part of a mid-1800s plan to defend the southeast coast through a series of forts. The fort was named for United States President Zachary Taylor in 1850, a few months after President Taylor's sudden death in office. Yellow fever epidemics and material shortages slowed construction of the fort, which continued throughout the 1850s.

Fort Taylor

The Fort Zachary Taylor State Historic Site, better known simply as Fort Taylor, (or Fort Zach to locals),…

"Fort Taylor, Key West, Fla. Key West, the most western of the Pine Islands, is about sixty miles southwest of Cape Sable, Florida. Its length is four miles, and its width is one mile. Its elevation from the sea does not exceed twenty feet. Its formation is of coral. The name is a corruption of Cago Hueso, or Bone Key, and has no relation to the position of the island, which is not the most western of the reef. On Whitehead's Point, the southwest extemity of the island, is a fixed light, eighty-three and a half feet above the level of the sea. Fort Taylor is a large, first-class fortification, commanding the harbor of Key West at its entrance. The foritication forms an irregular quadrangle, having three channel curtains. It is three hundred yards off the beach and on the southwest point of the island, and stands in a depth of seven or twelve feet of water. The foundation is granite, and the upper works are of brick. The scrap walls have a solidity of eight feet, rising forty feet above the water level. It is proyided with three tiers- two of casemate and one of barbette- and mounts one hundred and twenty-eight 10-inch Columbiad guns on the seaward front, and forty-five heavy pieces toward the beach."— Frank Leslie, 1896

Fort Taylor

"Fort Taylor, Key West, Fla. Key West, the most western of the Pine Islands, is about sixty miles southwest…

Fort Taylor was built in 1845 in Key West, Florida and used in the American Civil War.

Fort Taylor, Key West

Fort Taylor was built in 1845 in Key West, Florida and used in the American Civil War.

Fort Pickens is a pentagonal historic United States military fort on Santa Rosa Island in the Pensacola, Florida area.

Forts Pickens and McRae

Fort Pickens is a pentagonal historic United States military fort on Santa Rosa Island in the Pensacola,…

The original gate of St. Augustine, Florida.

Gate of St. Augustine

The original gate of St. Augustine, Florida.

Hotel Ponce de Leon viewed from the front.

Hotel Ponce de Leon

Hotel Ponce de Leon viewed from the front.

The Lake Alfred Hotel, with one hundred rooms.

Lake Alfred Hotel

The Lake Alfred Hotel, with one hundred rooms.

In 1562, Ribault was chosen to lead an expedition to the New World to establish a haven for the Huguenots. With a fleet of 150 colonists he crossed the Atlantic Ocean and explored the mouth of the St. Johns River in modern-day Jacksonville, Florida.

The Huguenots - Landing of John Ribault

In 1562, Ribault was chosen to lead an expedition to the New World to establish a haven for the Huguenots.…

An illustration of Indian Key located in the Florida Keys. Indian Key State Historic Site is an island within the Florida State Park system located just a few hundred yards southeast of U.S. 1 within the Florida Keys. The island was briefly inhabited in the middle of the 19th century, but is now uninhabited. It is frequently visited by tourists, and is the subject of an archaeological project to uncover the historic building foundations. Some of the survivors of the 19 ships of the 1733 Spanish treasure fleet wrecked in the Florida Keys by a hurricane camped on Indian Key until they were rescued.

Indian Key

An illustration of Indian Key located in the Florida Keys. Indian Key State Historic Site is an island…

(1863-1920) In 1901, Governor William Sherman Jennings of Brooksvillie was Florida's eighteenth governor from 1901 until 1905.

William Sherman Jennings

(1863-1920) In 1901, Governor William Sherman Jennings of Brooksvillie was Florida's eighteenth governor…

"Lighthouse, Tampa Bay, west coast of Florida."— Frank Leslie, 1896

lighthouse

"Lighthouse, Tampa Bay, west coast of Florida."— Frank Leslie, 1896

"Lighthouse, Jupiter inlet, east coast of Florida."— Frank Leslie, 1896

lighthouse

"Lighthouse, Jupiter inlet, east coast of Florida."— Frank Leslie, 1896

A scene from the book The Young Wrecker, showing the hero Fred Ransom as he "plunged into the arms of a man at the helm." -Bache, 1865

A Man and a Boat on a Ship

A scene from the book The Young Wrecker, showing the hero Fred Ransom as he "plunged into the arms of…

After sending one or more of his ships back to Cuba with news of his landing, he began marching northward.

De Soto's March

After sending one or more of his ships back to Cuba with news of his landing, he began marching northward.

Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles sailed to Florida to conquer and colonize.

Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles

Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles sailed to Florida to conquer and colonize.

Scene where Pedro Menendez de Aviles, an explorer and founder of St. Augustine, murdered the Huguenots who had settles in Florida.

Scene of the Murder of the Huguenots by Menendez

Scene where Pedro Menendez de Aviles, an explorer and founder of St. Augustine, murdered the Huguenots…

"The mouth of th Miami River, Florida, whenever Florida started to be devloped in the 1890's."—E. Benjamin Andrews 1895

Miami River

"The mouth of th Miami River, Florida, whenever Florida started to be devloped in the 1890's."—E.…

Mockingbird, a singing bird of the thrush family closely related to the catbird.

Mockingbird

Mockingbird, a singing bird of the thrush family closely related to the catbird.

Mockingbird, a singing bird of the thrush family closely related to the catbird.

Mockingbird

Mockingbird, a singing bird of the thrush family closely related to the catbird.

The Virginia Mockingbird is endowed with a perfection of voice far exceeding any other bird in creation, (Smiley, 1839).

Mockingbird

The Virginia Mockingbird is endowed with a perfection of voice far exceeding any other bird in creation,…

A singing-bird of North America remarkable for its exact imitations of the notes of other birds.

Mockingbird

A singing-bird of North America remarkable for its exact imitations of the notes of other birds.

A group of New World passerine birds best known for the habit of some species of mimicking the songs of other birds, often loudly and in rapid succession.

Mockingbird

A group of New World passerine birds best known for the habit of some species of mimicking the songs…