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[[Folded map that can not be seen unless unfolded]] [[Various numeric notations at top of page, see below]] [[Far left at top]] 160÷32 [[/Far left at top]] 90' 5025 360' 5375 360 ---- 5735 5025 ---- 760 5300 5210 45 ---- 5165 1 mm = 50' [[Text of map upside down]] [[Visible text of map]] ...or larger. In addition to the area covered by topographic map about 11,300 square miles of southeastern Alaska has been covered by planimetric maps of scales of 1/125,000 and 1/250,000. The Hawaiian Islands have been surveyed, and the resulting maps are published on a scale of 1.62,500. [[line across page]] [[image]] City or village [[image]] Roads and buildings [[image]] Ruins Cliff dwelling [[image]] Good motor road Poor private [[text cut off]] [[image]] Ford [[image]] Dam Dam with lock [[image]] Canal lock (point upstream) [[image and text cut off]] [[image]] Boundary monument [[image]] Bench mark (supplementary bench mark shown by cross and black figures without lettering [[image]] Cemeteries [[image]] Church, Sc [[text cut off]] (distinguishes [[cut off]] RELIEF (printed in brown) [[image]] Elevation above mean sea level (in black on recent maps) [[image]] Contours (Contours showing depth of water printed in blue) Depression contours [[/end text of map]]
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