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Classic USGS Berry Kentucky 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map

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Historical USGS topographic quad map of Berry in the state of Kentucky. Map scale is 1:24000. Print size is approximately 24" x 27"

This quadrangle is in the following counties: Grant, Harrison, Pendleton.

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

Contains the following named places: Beagle School (historical), Berry, Berry Fire Department, Berry Post Office, Berry Railroad Station (historical), Boyd, Boyd Post Office (historical), Boyd Railroad Station (historical), Boyer Church, Branch Post Office (historical), Callensville (historical), Callensville Post Office (historical), City of Berry, Colemansville, Colemansville Post Office (historical), Conway School (historical), Coopertown Creek, Crooked Creek, Crooked Creek Church, Dunaway Post Office (historical), Dunn Cemetery, Durbintown, Ezra (historical), Ezra Post Office (historical), Fork Lick (historical), Fork Lick Creek, Gum Lick Church, Gum Lick Church Cemetery, Gum Lick Spring (historical), Harrison County Volunteer Fire Department Headquarters, Jacks Branch, John Hardy Branch, Johnson Post Office (historical), Little Fork Lick Creek, Long Branch, Low Branch Fork Lick Creek, Marcus, Marcus Post Office (historical), Monday Branch, Morgan, Morgan Cemetery, Morgan Post Office (historical), Morgan Railroad Station (historical), Mount Pleasant School (historical), Mouth of Raven Post Office (historical), Mud Lick Branch, North Fork Raven Creek, Oak Hill Farm (historical), Orange Grove (historical), Pythian Grove Cemetery, Ramey Branch, Raven Creek, Roanoke Cemetery, Roanoke Church, Roanoke School (historical), Robinson Cemetery, Scaffold Lick Creek, Shinkle Creek, Snake Lick Creek, Thompson Cemetery, Thompson School (historical), Whitehead Colemans Broad Ford Mill (historical)