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Rand McNally & Co's Map of Saline CO., Missouri
Rand McNally & Co's Map of Saline CO., Missouri
TitleRand McNally & Co's Map of Saline CO., Missouri
Dateca. 1910
DescriptionMap of Saline County, Missouri, that includes highways, railroads, streams, the post office town Marshall, schools, churches, and cemeteries. Includes the townships of Grand Pass, Miami, Jefferson, Elmwood, Marshall, Clay, Salt Pond, Liberty, Salt Fork, and Blackwater.
Dimensions13.5 x 21.5 in.
Notes2 inches = 5 miles
Location DepictedSaline County, Missouri
CreatorRand McNally & Co.
Call NumberSC117, Series 4-10: Missouri - Counties #4 (drawer)
SubjectMaps
Boundaries
Local SubjectChicago and Alton Railroad Company
Saline County, Missouri
Missouri Pacific Railroad
Missouri River
Digital FormatTIFF displayed as JPEG 2000
Barcode30000342
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID218834
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1696
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