United States Statutes at Large/Volume 5/28th Congress/1st Session/Chapter 65

United States Statutes at Large, Volume 5
United States Congress
Public Acts of the Twenty-Eighth Congress, First Session, Chapter 65

June 15, 1844.
Chap. LXV.—An Act to establish certain post roads in the Territory of Florida.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,Post-roads established in Florida. That the following be established as post roads in the Territory of Florida, to wit:

From Alligator to Blount’s Ferry on the Suwannee river,

From Pilatka to Enterprise on the St. John’s river,

From Pilatka to Tampa, via Orange creek, Fort King, Warm Spring, Fort Dade and Fort Foster,

From Watchahotie to Fort Dade, via Emathla, Fort Izard, Homossassa, Annutiliga, and Chocachattie,

From St. Augustine to Miami river and Key West, via New Smyrna and St. Lucie,

From Enterprise to New Smyrna,

From Newmansville, via Cassinville, to Cedar Key.

Approved, June 15, 1844.