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Edgerton Quadrangle
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TitleEdgerton Quadrangle
Date1951
DescriptionDetailed topographical map showing Edgerton, a town in the northeast corner of Platte County, Missouri, and an area of Buchanan County, north and west of Edgerton. Castile Creek and the Platte River are prominent features of the map, and numerous roads, creeks, schools and churches are indicated. The following cemeteries are included: Frazer Cemetery, Brinton Cemetery, Witts Cemetery, New Frame Cemetery, Tobin Cemetery, Maupin Cemetery, Garrison Hill Cemetery, and Union Mill 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 #23 (drawer)
Local SubjectBuchanan County, Missouri
Cemeteries
Edgerton, Missouri
Schools
Roads
Churches
Platte County, Missouri
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID162789
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1190
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