Classic USGS Blue Earth Minnesota 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map
Historical USGS topographic quad map of Blue Earth in the state of Minnesota. Map scale may vary for some years, but is generally around 1:24,000. Print size is approximately 24" x 27"
This quadrangle is in the following counties: Faribault.
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: Badger Creek, Beyer Field, Blue Earth, Blue Earth City Hall, Blue Earth Community Library, Blue Earth East Bound Rest Area, Blue Earth Fire and Police Station, Blue Earth High School, Blue Earth Junior High School, Blue Earth Medical Center, Blue Earth Post Office, Blue Earth West Bound Rest Area, Calvary Cemetery, Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, City of Blue Earth, Cornerstone Evangelical Free Church, County Ditch Number Fourteen, County Ditch Number Seventeen, Drexler Bicentennial Trail, East Branch Blue Earth River, Etta C Ross Museum, Exploring Southwestern Minnesota Historical Marker, Faith Lutheran Brethren Church, Faribault County Courthouse, Faribault County Fairgrounds, Faribault County Jail, Faribault County Sheriff's Office, Faribault County United Clinic, Fenske Airport, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, First United Methodist Church, Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Green Giant Statue Park, Griffin Medical Clinic, Hillcrest Park Mobile Home Park, History Lane, Immanuel Cemetery, Immanuel Church, Immanuel United Methodist Cemetery, Judicial Ditch Number Two, KBEW-AM (Blue Earth), King Cemetery, Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, KJLY-FM (Blue Earth), Leland Park, Minnesota Agriculture Historical Marker, Putnam Park, River of Life Worship Center, Riverside Cemetery, Riverside Heights, Saint Luke's Lutheran Care Center, Saint Paul Lutheran Church, Saint Peter and Paul Catholic Church, Saints Peter and Paul School, Salem United Methodist Church, Township of Blue Earth City, Township of Prescott, Trinity Lutheran Church, United Hospital District, Unity Trail, Wakefield House Museum