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MAP 1:
Port Royal, 1683
Map (part only) by William Hack, a famous map maker of London's Mapping School

MAP 2:
Port Royal, 1688
Map by Port Royal visitor, John Taylor


MAP 3:
Port Royal, ca. 1680s (mid 18th-century copy)
Map maker unknown


MAP 4:
Port Royal, ca. 1680s
Map maker unknown


MAP 5:
Port Royal, pre-1692
Corrected scaled map using present distances


MAP 6:
New Street Excavation by A. Priddy, 1692 Level
From Jean and Oliver Cox (1987)
The Historic City of Port Royal: First Stage of Implementation


Note the high density of structures on this single 50 ft. X 50 ft. lot.

MAP 7:
John Fletcher's Land, New Street 1692 (Based on Priddy's Excavation of 1971-72)
From Jean and Oliver Cox (1987) The Historic City of Port Royal: First Stage of Implementation

Parishes of Jamaica Map

click on the antique map link under each outline map.


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Last Updated on May 21, 2001

Citation Information:
Donny L. Hamilton
2001, Port Royal Maps, World Wide Web, URL, http://nautarch.tamu.edu/portroyal/archives/maps.htm, Nautical Archaeology Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. March 14, 2001


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