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Topographical Map of Putnam County
Topographical Map of Putnam County
TitleTopographical Map of Putnam County
Dateca. 1910
DescriptionTopographical map of Putnam County, Missouri, that includes main traveled roads, wagon roads, railroads, rivers, streams, schools, churches, and cemeteries. Includes the townships of York, Sherman, Union, Lincoln, Liberty, Grant, Medicine, Jackson, Wilson, Richland, and Elm.
Dimensions10.5 x 17.5 in.
Location DepictedPutnam County, Missouri
CreatorStandard Map Company
Call NumberSC117, Series 3-10: Missouri - Counties #21
SubjectMaps
Boundaries
Local SubjectChariton River
Iowa and St. Louis Railway Company
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company
Chicago, Milwaukee, and Saint Paul Railroad
Putnam County, Missouri
Digital FormatTIFF displayed as JPEG 2000
Barcode30000347
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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Item ID218888
Item TypeMap
CONTENTdm number1699
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