Classic USGS Hacker Valley West Virginia 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map
Historical USGS topographic quad map of Hacker Valley in the state of West Virginia. Typical map scale is 1:24,000, but may vary for certain years, if available. Print size: 24" x 27"
This quadrangle is in the following counties: Braxton, Lewis, Upshur, Webster.
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: Amos Fork, Andys Run, Bear Run, Bear Run, Bear Run, Beaver Run, Blaze Fork, Buffalo Run, Chestnut Grove Church, Cleveland, Courthouse Rock, Cowger Hill Church, Dry Run, Flat Run, Guardian, Hacker Lick Run, Hacker Valley, Hacker Valley Church, Hanging Rock, Highbank Run, Hodam Creek, Honey Camp Run, Ice Hollow, Jerry Run, Kelly Run, Laurel Fork, Laurel Run, Little Laurel Run, Long Run, Mudlick Run, Narrows Run, Negro Camp Run, Panther Lick Church, Panther Lick Run, Potts Run, Pretty Run, Radabaugh Run, Right Fork Little Kanawha River, Short Run, Threelick Run, Williams Camp Run, Papaw Run, Bois, Pugh, Vernon, Wheeler, Fishers Crossing, Poling, Replete, Left Fork Laurel Run, Wildcat (historical), Beulah School (historical), Buffalo School (historical), Chestnut Grove School (historical), Hacker Valley Elementary School, Hacker Valley Post Office, Pleasant View School (historical), Saffles Retreat School (historical), Williams Camp School (historical), Tobacco Run, Hacker Valley Volunteer Fire Department, Hall Cemetery, Groves and Anderson Memorial Bridge, Alexander Anderson Cemetery, Alfred Anderson Cemetery, Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Hacker Valley Cemetery