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

"Mocking-Birds. Bill much shorter than head, scarcely curved as a whole, but with gently-curved commissure, notched near the end. Rictal vibrissae well developed. Tail rather longer than wings, rounded, the lateral feathers being considerably graduated. Wings rounded. (Tarsal scutella sometimes obsolete.) Tarsi longer than the middle toe and claw. Of this genus there are two well marked sections (represented by the mocking-bird and cat-bird respectively), which ay be distinguished by color:" Elliot Coues, 1884

Mockingbird

"Mocking-Birds. Bill much shorter than head, scarcely curved as a whole, but with gently-curved commissure,…

"Federal troops marching through Second Street, New Fernandina, Fla. Our sketch of New Fernandina in 1862 shows the principal business street in the city, called Second Street. There seemed to be quite a joke in numbering streets where there were not half a dozen in the place; but the spirit of imitation was strong, and as Philadelphia and New York, with their thousands of blocks, are simplified and rendered more easily fundable by the aid of arithmetic, so must be the villages of the South." —Leslie, 1896

New Fernandina

"Federal troops marching through Second Street, New Fernandina, Fla. Our sketch of New Fernandina in…

An old Spanish gate in St. Augustine, Florida.

Old Spanish Gate

An old Spanish gate in St. Augustine, Florida.

A famous seminole indian in Florida.

Osceola

A famous seminole indian in Florida.

A noted chief of the Seminole Indians, born in Georgia in 1804; died Jan. 30, 1838. He was the son of an Englishman named Powell and of a chief's daughter, and in infancy was taken to Florida, where he was brought up by the Indians.

Osceola

A noted chief of the Seminole Indians, born in Georgia in 1804; died Jan. 30, 1838. He was the son of…

(1804-1838) Osceola was a war chief of the Seminole Indians in Florida, most recognized for his leadership in the Second Seminole War.

Osceola, Chief of the Seminoles

(1804-1838) Osceola was a war chief of the Seminole Indians in Florida, most recognized for his leadership…

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

Osceola, Chief of the Seminoles

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

(1460-1521) Spanish explorer who was a part of the whose? Second expedition. In 1513 he discovered Florida and occupied Trinidad.

Ponce de Leon

(1460-1521) Spanish explorer who was a part of the whose? Second expedition. In 1513 he discovered Florida…

A Spanish conquistador. Juan Ponce de Leon founded the state of Florida.

Ponce de Leon

A Spanish conquistador. Juan Ponce de Leon founded the state of Florida.

Juan Ponce de León (1474 – July 1521) was a Spanish conquistador. He accompanied Christopher Columbus on the latter's second voyage to the New World.

Juan Ponce de Leon

Juan Ponce de León (1474 – July 1521) was a Spanish conquistador. He accompanied Christopher…

An American carnivorous mammal, ranging from Canada to Paragonia. it has a reddish-tawny color above and paler shades beneath.

Puma

An American carnivorous mammal, ranging from Canada to Paragonia. it has a reddish-tawny color above…

Native to North America, the puma is also known as the mountain lion and the Florida panther.

Puma

Native to North America, the puma is also known as the mountain lion and the Florida panther.

A genus of animal that contains the cougar and jaguarundi.

Puma

A genus of animal that contains the cougar and jaguarundi.

(1813-1899) Ninth governor of Florida.

Harrison Reed

(1813-1899) Ninth governor of Florida.

The Indians (Native Americans) decorating Jean Ribault's Pillar.

Ribault's Pillar

The Indians (Native Americans) decorating Jean Ribault's Pillar.

An illustration of the mouth of the Miami River. The Miami River is a river in Florida that drains out of the Everglades and runs through downtown Miami, Florida. The 5.5 mile (8.9 km) long river flows from the terminus of the Miami Canal at Miami International Airport to Biscayne Bay. It was originally a natural river inhabited at its mouth by the Tequesta Indians, but it was dredged and is now polluted because of its proximity to the Miami-Dade County. The mouth of the river is now home to the Port of Miami and many other businesses whose pressure to maintain it has helped to improve the river's condition.

Miami River

An illustration of the mouth of the Miami River. The Miami River is a river in Florida that drains out…

Picture of old Spanish Ruins.

Old Spanish Ruins

Picture of old Spanish Ruins.

A view on upper Saint John's River in Florida.

Saint John's River

A view on upper Saint John's River in Florida.

School building in Lake Alfred, with children playing in front.

School

School building in Lake Alfred, with children playing in front.

An illustration of Seahorse Key lighthouse which is located in Cedar Keys, a cluster of islands close to the mainland of Florida.

Seahorse Key

An illustration of Seahorse Key lighthouse which is located in Cedar Keys, a cluster of islands close…

Ferdinand de Soto, discoverer of the Mississippi

Ferdinand de Soto

Ferdinand de Soto, discoverer of the Mississippi

(1496-1542) A famous Spanish conquistador and navigator who explored Florida.

Hernando de Soto

(1496-1542) A famous Spanish conquistador and navigator who explored Florida.

A Spanish explorer and conquistador who was the first European documented to have crossed the Mississippi River.

Hernando de Soto

A Spanish explorer and conquistador who was the first European documented to have crossed the Mississippi…

A political cartoon of the Southern states being built from the ruins after the Civil War.

Southern Republic Built From The Ruins

A political cartoon of the Southern states being built from the ruins after the Civil War.

View of public square and obelisk in St. Augustine.

St. Augustine

View of public square and obelisk in St. Augustine.

St. Augustine, Florida was founded by the Spanish admiral Pedro Menendez de Aviles in 1565.

St. Augustine

St. Augustine, Florida was founded by the Spanish admiral Pedro Menendez de Aviles in 1565.

The old Spanish gateway at St. Augustine.

St. Augustine

The old Spanish gateway at St. Augustine.

An old Spanish gate in St. Augustine, Florida.

St. Augustine

An old Spanish gate in St. Augustine, Florida.

Photograph of the Gates of St. Augustine.

Gates of St. Augustine

Photograph of the Gates of St. Augustine.

Picture of the oldest house in St. Augustine.

Oldest Houses of St. Augustine

Picture of the oldest house in St. Augustine.

(1815-1891) Eighth governor of Florida.

David Shelby Walker

(1815-1891) Eighth governor of Florida.