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a map serves the very pragmatic purpose of showing the user
how to get from Point A to Point B, the maps contained in
this publication contain a wealth of additional information.
The highly detailed county maps herein show roads ranging
from Federal Interstate highways to primitive roads,
including some. that are impassable at certain times of the
year. These maps will even show many forest trails. Any map
user expects greater detail on a county map, and will
generally find much additional information such as all
rivers, streams, creeks and lakes, as well as all towns,
villages and cities.
But, beyond these very
important and basic details, the maps reveal a myriad of
additional, valuable information. As an example, the
location of cemeteries has proved helpful to genealogical
researchers for obvious reasons. The available information
ranges from recreation areas to rural church locations and
serves a variety of users for commercial, recreational or
more specific purposes.
Reference to the
complete legend, located on page one of this publication,
will show the reader the vast amount of information
contained on these maps. The base map includes locator
symbols, for example, for mines, camps or lodges, public
service facilities such as power plants, state police
stations and hospitals. The names of bordering counties are
shown just outside the borders of each county. Mileage
between points along a particular highway or road show the
user exactly how far he is from the next town or point of
interest. All in all, these maps provide a complete picture
of the area being traveled.
There are several
covered bridges identified on these maps. The careful reader
will locate them. Lookout towers, situated to provide a
commanding view of area terrain are shown on these maps.
Airports, television station towers, high water marks on
major rivers and tracks of railroads serving the various
counties are also among the items that make for fascinating
These extremely accurate
maps are supplemented with detailed information about state
parks and many of the mammals that inhabit the less-densely
populated areas of the state. For still easier use of these
maps, colored symbols are employed to call attention to the
location of the seat of government in each county, as well
as such attractions as state parks and forests, national
parks and forests, and public hunting and fishing areas.
Text matter accompanying
each county map includes, where available, the origins of
the name of the county and the county seat, as well as the
location within the state. The date when the county was
established, and other information about significant events
and features, is also included.