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National Register of Historic Places listings in Monroe County, Florida

Location of Monroe County in Florida

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Monroe County, Florida.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Monroe County, Florida, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 55 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted April 3, 2020. [2]
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Contents: Counties in Florida   (non-linked contain no National Register listings)
Alachua - Baker - Bay - Bradford - Brevard - Broward - Calhoun - Charlotte - Citrus - Clay - Collier - Columbia - DeSoto - Dixie - Duval - Escambia - Flagler - Franklin - Gadsden - Gilchrist - Glades - Gulf - Hamilton - Hardee - Hendry - Hernando - Highlands - Hillsborough (Tampa) - Holmes - Indian River - Jackson - Jefferson - Lafayette - Lake - Lee - Leon - Levy - Liberty - Madison - Manatee - Marion - Martin - Miami-Dade (Miami) - Monroe - Nassau - Okaloosa - Okeechobee - Orange - Osceola - Palm Beach - Pasco - Pinellas - Polk - Putnam - St. Johns - St. Lucie - Santa Rosa - Sarasota - Seminole - Sumter - Suwannee - Taylor - Union - Volusia - Wakulla - Walton - Washington

Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 George Adderley House September 10, 1992

(#92001243)
5550 Overseas Highway

24°43′11″N 81°04′31″W  /  24.719722°N 81.075278°W  / 24.719722; -81.075278  (George Adderley House)
Marathon
2 African Cemetery at Higgs Beach June 26, 2012

(#12000362)
1001 Atlantic Blvd.

24°32′54″N 81°47′11″W  /  24.548382°N 81.7864°W  / 24.548382; -81.7864  (African Cemetery at Higgs Beach)
Key West
3 AFRICAN QUEEN February 18, 1992

(#91001771)
99701 Overseas Highway

25°05′44″N 80°26′18″W  /  25.095556°N 80.438333°W  / 25.095556; -80.438333  (AFRICAN QUEEN)
Key Largo
4 Alligator Reef Light December 1, 2011

(#11000860)
Offshore 3.5 mi. S. of Upper Matecumbe Key

24°51′06″N 80°37′06″W  /  24.851667°N 80.618333°W  / 24.851667; -80.618333  (Alligator Reef Light)
Islamorada part of the Light Stations of the United States MPS
5 American Shoal Light January 25, 2011

(#10001189)
Offshore of the lower Florida Keys, 9.6 miles southwest of Summerland Key

24°31′30″N 81°31′10″W  /  24.525°N 81.519444°W  / 24.525; -81.519444  (American Shoal Light)
Summerland Key part of the Light Stations of the United States MPS
6 Angustias Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000492)
Approximately 1-mile (1.6 km) south of U.S. Route 1 in Long Key Channel

24°47′24″N 80°51′46″W  /  24.79°N 80.862778°W  / 24.79; -80.862778  (Angustias Shipwreck Site)
Layton Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
7 The Armory March 11, 1971

(#71000243)
600 White Street

24°33′35″N 81°47′39″W  /  24.55969°N 81.79404°W  / 24.55969; -81.79404  (The Armory)
Key West
8 Bat Tower-Sugarloaf Key May 13, 1982

(#82002377)
1 mile (1.6 km) northwest of U.S. Route 1 on Perky Key

24°39′00″N 81°34′10″W  /  24.65°N 81.569444°W  / 24.65; -81.569444  (Bat Tower-Sugarloaf Key)
Sugarloaf Key
9 Bear Lake Mounds Archeological District November 5, 1996

(#96001182)
Address Restricted

Flamingo Part of the Archeological Resources of Everglades National Park MPS
10 Cane Patch November 5, 1996

(#96001179)
Address Restricted

Everglades City Part of the Archeological Resources of Everglades National Park MPS
11 Carysfort Lighthouse October 31, 1984

(#84000199)
Key Largo National Marine Sanctuary

25°13′17″N 80°12′40″W  /  25.221389°N 80.211111°W  / 25.221389; -80.211111  (Carysfort Lighthouse)
Key Largo
12 Chaves Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000493)
Seaward end of Snake Creek off Windley Key

24°56′11″N 80°34′58″W  /  24.936389°N 80.582778°W  / 24.936389; -80.582778  (Chaves Shipwreck Site)
Islamorada Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
13 Dry Tortugas National Park October 26, 1992

(#01000228)
70 miles (110 km) west of Key West

24°37′43″N 82°52′24″W  /  24.628611°N 82.873333°W  / 24.628611; -82.873333  (Dry Tortugas National Park)
Key West
14 El Gallo Indiano Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000494)
Seaward end of channel #5 between Craig Key and Long Key

24°48′39″N 80°45′57″W  /  24.810833°N 80.765833°W  / 24.810833; -80.765833  (El Gallo Indiano Shipwreck Site)
Layton Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
15 El Infante Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000496)
4 miles (6.4 km) offshore Plantation Key

24°42′08″N 80°28′48″W  /  24.702222°N 80.48°W  / 24.702222; -80.48  (El Infante Shipwreck Site)
Plantation Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
16 El Rubi Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000497)
4 miles (6.4 km) offshore Plantation Key

24°55′30″N 80°30′54″W  /  24.925°N 80.515°W  / 24.925; -80.515  (El Rubi Shipwreck Site)
Tavernier Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
17 Florida Keys Memorial March 16, 1995

(#95000238)
U.S. Route 1 at Mile Marker 81.5

24°55′02″N 80°38′09″W  /  24.91713°N 80.63597°W  / 24.91713; -80.63597  (Florida Keys Memorial)
Islamorada
18 Fort Jefferson National Monument November 10, 1970

(#70000069)
68 miles (109 km) west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico

24°37′37″N 82°52′23″W  /  24.626944°N 82.873056°W  / 24.626944; -82.873056  (Fort Jefferson National Monument)
Dry Tortugas Islands
19 Fort Zachary Taylor March 11, 1971

(#71000244)
U.S. Naval Station

24°32′51″N 81°48′37″W  /  24.5475°N 81.810278°W  / 24.5475; -81.810278  (Fort Zachary Taylor)
Key West
20 Eduardo H. Gato House April 11, 1973

(#73000586)
1209 Virginia Street

24°33′19″N 81°47′25″W  /  24.555278°N 81.790278°W  / 24.555278; -81.790278  (Eduardo H. Gato House)
Key West
21 Ernest Hemingway House November 24, 1968

(#68000023)
907 Whitehead Street

24°33′04″N 81°48′02″W  /  24.55119°N 81.80062°W  / 24.55119; -81.80062  (Ernest Hemingway House)
Key West
22 Herrara Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000495)
2½ miles offshore Whale Harbor

24°54′21″N 80°35′32″W  /  24.905833°N 80.592222°W  / 24.905833; -80.592222  (Herrara Shipwreck Site)
Islamorada Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
23 Indian Key June 19, 1972

(#72000342)
Indian Key[6]

24°52′41″N 80°40′36″W  /  24.878056°N 80.676667°W  / 24.878056; -80.676667  (Indian Key)
Lower Matecumbe Key
24 INGHAM (USCGC) April 27, 1992

(#92001879)
East quay wall at the Truman Waterfront, at the end of Southard St.

24°38′08″N 81°48′28″W  /  24.635556°N 81.807778°W  / 24.635556; -81.807778  (INGHAM (USCGC))
Key West Relocated from Charleston, South Carolina
25 John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and Reserve April 14, 1972

(#72000340)
U.S. Route 1

25°10′41″N 80°18′07″W  /  25.178056°N 80.301944°W  / 25.178056; -80.301944  (John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park and Reserve)
Key Largo
26 Key West Historic District March 11, 1971

(#71000245)
Bounded approximately by White, Angela, Windsor, Passover, Thomas, and Whitehead Streets, and the Gulf of Mexico; also roughly bounded by Emma, Whitehead, White, and South Streets, Mallory Square, and the Atlantic Ocean

24°35′02″N 81°48′06″W  /  24.583889°N 81.801667°W  / 24.583889; -81.801667  (Key West Historic District)
Key West Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of February 24, 1983 (refnum 83001430)
27 LaBranche Fishing Camp May 9, 1997

(#97000404)
Address Restricted

Islamorada
28 Lignumvitae Key Archeological and Historical District February 16, 1999

(#98000652)
Address Restricted

24°54′07″N 80°41′58″W  /  24.901944°N 80.699444°W  / 24.901944; -80.699444  (Lignumvitae Key Archeological and Historical District)
Islamorada
29 Little White House February 12, 1974

(#74000652)
Naval Station

24°33′23″N 81°48′25″W  /  24.55627°N 81.8069°W  / 24.55627; -81.8069  (Little White House)
Key West
30 Martello Gallery-Key West Art and Historical Museum June 19, 1972

(#72000341)
South Roosevelt Boulevard

24°33′07″N 81°45′18″W  /  24.551944°N 81.755°W  / 24.551944; -81.755  (Martello Gallery-Key West Art and Historical Museum)
Key West
31 Mud Lake Canal September 20, 2006

(#06000979)
Cape Sable in Everglades National Park

25°10′26″N 80°56′17″W  /  25.173889°N 80.938056°W  / 25.173889; -80.938056  (Mud Lake Canal)
Flamingo
32 Old Post Office and Customshouse September 20, 1973

(#73000587)
Front Street

24°33′30″N 81°48′25″W  /  24.55834°N 81.80697°W  / 24.55834; -81.80697  (Old Post Office and Customshouse)
Key West
33 Overseas Highway and Railway Bridges August 13, 1979

(#79000684)
Bridges on U.S. Route 1 between Long and Conch Key, Knight and Little Duck Key, and Bahia Honda and Spanish Key; also parallel to U.S. Route 1 (approximately between mile markers 9.8 and 72.8)

24°42′42″N 81°07′23″W  /  24.711667°N 81.123056°W  / 24.711667; -81.123056  (Overseas Highway and Railway Bridges)
Florida Keys "Parallel to U.S. Route 1" represents a boundary increase of August 3, 2004
34 Pigeon Key Historic District March 16, 1990

(#90000443)
Off U.S. Route 1 at mile marker 45

24°42′14″N 81°09′19″W  /  24.703889°N 81.155278°W  / 24.703889; -81.155278  (Pigeon Key Historic District)
Pigeon Key
35 Dr. Joseph Y. Porter House June 4, 1973

(#73000588)
429 Caroline Street

24°33′26″N 81°48′17″W  /  24.557222°N 81.804722°W  / 24.557222; -81.804722  (Dr. Joseph Y. Porter House)
Key West
36 Rock Mound Archeological Site July 1, 1975

(#75000562)
Address Restricted

Key Largo
37 Rookery Mound November 5, 1996

(#96001183)
Address Restricted

Everglades City Part of the Archeological Resources of Everglades National Park MPS
38 SAN FELIPE Shipwreck Site August 11, 1994

(#94000794)
Address Restricted

Islamorada Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
39 San Francisco Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000499)
Seaward end of Channel #2 off Craig Key

24°49′11″N 80°45′26″W  /  24.819722°N 80.757222°W  / 24.819722; -80.757222  (San Francisco Shipwreck Site)
Layton Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
40 SAN JOSE Shipwreck Site March 18, 1975

(#75002123)
Address Restricted

Plantation Key Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
41 SAN PEDRO (shipwreck) May 31, 2001

(#01000530)
1¼ miles south of Indian Key

24°51′18″N 80°40′36″W  /  24.855°N 80.676667°W  / 24.855; -80.676667  (SAN PEDRO (shipwreck))
Islamorada Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
42 Sand Key Lighthouse April 11, 1973

(#73000589)
7 miles (11 km) southwest of Key West on Sand Key

24°27′50″N 81°52′46″W  /  24.463889°N 81.879444°W  / 24.463889; -81.879444  (Sand Key Lighthouse)
Key West
43 Sloppy Joe's Bar November 1, 2006

(#06000957)
201 Duval Street

24°33′33″N 81°48′18″W  /  24.55906°N 81.80503°W  / 24.55906; -81.80503  (Sloppy Joe's Bar)
Key West
44 Sombrero Key Light March 9, 2012

(#12000092)
Offshore approximately 5.5-mile (8.9 km) SSW of Marathon

24°37′40″N 81°06′42″W  /  24.627906°N 81.111606°W  / 24.627906; -81.111606  (Sombrero Key Light)
Marathon part of the Light Stations of the United States MPS
45 Sueco de Arizon Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000500)
1,600 yards (1,500 m) offshore Conch Key

24°46′41″N 80°53′19″W  /  24.778056°N 80.888611°W  / 24.778056; -80.888611  (Sueco de Arizon Shipwreck Site)
Layton Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
46 Ten Thousand Islands Archeological District November 5, 1996

(#96001180)
Address Restricted

Everglades City Part of the Archeological Resources of Everglades National Park MPS
47 Thompson Fish House, Turtle Cannery and Kraals June 23, 1994

(#94000633)
200 Margaret Street

24°33′42″N 81°48′04″W  /  24.561667°N 81.801111°W  / 24.561667; -81.801111  (Thompson Fish House, Turtle Cannery and Kraals)
Key West
48 Tres Puentes Shipwreck Site June 15, 2006

(#06000501)
Seaward edge of Hawk Channel of Islamorada

24°53′38″N 80°35′02″W  /  24.893889°N 80.583889°W  / 24.893889; -80.583889  (Tres Puentes Shipwreck Site)
Islamorada Part of the 1733 Spanish Plate Fleet Shipwrecks MPS
49 U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Key West Station October 15, 1973

(#73000590)
Northwestern corner of Front and Whitehead Streets

24°33′32″N 81°48′25″W  /  24.55875°N 81.80695°W  / 24.55875; -81.80695  (U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Key West Station)
Key West
50 US Naval Station May 8, 1984

(#84000915)
Roughly bounded by Whitehead, Eaton, and Caroline Streets

24°33′20″N 81°48′23″W  /  24.555556°N 81.806389°W  / 24.555556; -81.806389  (US Naval Station)
Key West
51 USCG Cutter DUANE May 16, 2002

(#02000494)
1-mile (1.6 km) south of Molasses Reef

24°59′28″N 80°22′53″W  /  24.991111°N 80.381389°W  / 24.991111; -80.381389  (USCG Cutter DUANE)
Key Largo
52 USS ALLIGATOR June 6, 1996

(#96000581)
Address Restricted

Islamorada
53 Veterans of Foreign Wars Walter R. Mickens Post 6021 and William Weech American Legion Post 168 May 30, 2012

(#12000300)
803 Emma St.

24°33′03″N 81°48′13″W  /  24.550705°N 81.803609°W  / 24.550705; -81.803609  (Veterans of Foreign Wars Walter R. Mickens Post 6021 and William Weech American Legion Post 168)
Key West
54 West Martello Tower June 24, 1976

(#76000602)
Monroe County beach between Reynolds and White Streets

24°32′49″N 81°47′10″W  /  24.546944°N 81.786111°W  / 24.546944; -81.786111  (West Martello Tower)
Key West
55 WESTERN UNION (schooner) May 16, 1984

(#84000930)
Pier A, Truman Annex

24°33′26″N 81°48′30″W  /  24.557222°N 81.808333°W  / 24.557222; -81.808333  (WESTERN UNION (schooner))
Key West

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on April 3, 2020.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
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