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Dearborn Quadrangle
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TitleDearborn Quadrangle
DescriptionTopographical map of a portion of northern Platte County and a portion of southern Buchanan County, Missouri, located north and west of Kansas City. The towns of Faucett, Taos, Lone Star, Wallace, Campbell, Stafford, New Market, and Dearborn are included. Schools, churches, roads, railroads and streams are in evidence, as well as the following cemeteries: Antioch Cemetery, Yates Cemetery, Wills Cemetery, Turner Cemetery, Judy Cemetery, Williams Cemetery, Hackett Cemetery, Dearborn Masonic Cemetery, Collier Cemetery, New Market Cemetery.
Dimensions22 x 27 in.
NotesScale 1:24000. Topography from aerial photographs by multiplex methods. Aerial photographs taken 1947. Field check 1948.
CreatorUnited States
U.S. Geological Survey
Call NumberSC117, Series 4-17: Geological #83 (drawer)
Local SubjectRoads
Platte County, Missouri
Buchanan County, Missouri
Dearborn, Missouri
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID162778
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1178
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