Fort Jefferson, Dry Tortugas Topo Map

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Key West is not the southernmost place you can walk in Florida. That honor belongs to Fort Jefferson in the remote Dry Tortugas, another 70 miles south. Fort Jefferson, called the Gibraltar of the Gulf and built in the mid-1800s, has walls 8 feet thick and 50 feet high, with tiers designed for 450 guns. It is named after Thomas Jefferson, who intended the fort to dominate the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico. Special Attractions: This was the prison of Dr. Samuel Mudd, who set the leg of John Wilkes Booth, accused assassin of President Abraham Lincoln.
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Key West, Florida

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