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City of Madison Marker, Madison, Fl.

This historical marker is located on the City Hall grounds of Madison, Florida. It was sponsored by The Madison City Commission in Cooperation with Department of State.

It reads as :

" Madison was founded on land secured from Madison C. Livingston, May 2, 1838, and established as the county seat after its removal from San Pedro. An early political center, it was along the escape route of Confederate Secretary of War John C. Breckenridge in 1865. The town played a prominent role in the development of tobacco, livestock raising, and conservation in North Florida. Home of the North Florida Junior College, the area's economy is based on agriculture and industry."

Latitude, Longitude

30.46772222, -83.41380278

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Taylor, George Lansing, Jr.; Lance Taylor; Photographers -- Florida -- Jacksonville; Photograph collections -- Florida -- Jacksonville; City of Madison Marker; City of Madison; Madison C. Livingston; Tobacco; Livestock; Madison County (Fl.); Madison (Fl.); Historical markers --- Florida --- Madison.; Images


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