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Historic 1893 Hill City Kansas 30'x30' Topo Map

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Historical USGS topographic map of Hill City in the state of Kansas. Scale: 1:125000. Print size: 17" x 24"

This map was published in 1893 and is in the following counties: Ellis, Graham, Rooks, Trego.

The map contains contour lines, roads, rivers, towns, streams, and lakes. Printed on high-quality waterproof paper with UV fade-resistant inks.

Contains the following named places: Rock Creek, North Fork Saline River, Jackson Branch, Brush Creek, Trego Creek, Township 5, Township of Hill City, Coon Creek, Spring Creek, Hill City, Township of Nicodemus, Township of Wildhorse, Welborn Elementary School, Township 7, Webster Reservoir, Nicodemus, Slate Creek, La Sage Oil Field, Township of Millbrook, Township of Happy, Penokee, West Branch Wild Horse Creek, Wild Horse Creek, Skunk Creek, Bogue, Sand Creek, Damar, Spring Creek, Gra-Rook North Oil Field, Gra-Rook Oil Field, Morel Oil Field, Township of WaKeeney, Hay Hollow, Happy Creek, Chalk Creek, WaKeeney, Webster Wildlife Area, Graham County Fairgrounds, Stevensons Lake, Graham County, Smithfield, Roscoe, Togo, Township 8, Palco, Township of Ogallah, Wild Horse Creek, Tomcat Creek, Township 9, Shaw Creek, Township of Morlan, City of Damar, City of Bogue, City of Hill City, City of Palco, City of WaKeeney, Benoits Dusty Creek, Dusty Creek, Palco Wastewater Plant, Wakeeney Wastewater Treatment Facility, Hill City Waste Treatment Plant, Hill City Municipal Power Plant, Trego County Fairgrounds, Wakeeney Speedway, Bogue Wastewater Plant, Damar Wastewater Plant, Nicodemus Township Number 1 Wastewater Treatment Plant, WaKeeney Kampgrounds of America, Prairie Trails Golf Course, Frontier Agricultural Grain Elevator Number 14, Frontier Agricultural Grain Elevator Number 17, Frontier Agricultural Grain Elevator Number 25, Frontier Agricultural Grain Elevator Number 21, Nicodemus National Historic Site