Classic USGS Harman West Virginia 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map
Historical USGS topographic quad map of Harman 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: Pendleton, Randolph, Tucker.
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: Ash Lick, Baker Hollow, Beech Pen Ridge, Big Run, Big Spring Run, Birch Lick, Brierpatch Mountain, Brushy Creek, Brushy Ridge, Coon Bone Island, Coopers Run, Dry Hollow, Five Lick Creek, Five Lick Ridge, Harman, Hog Knob, Hog Run, Horsecamp Run, Job Run, Kerns Cemetery, Krafts Ridge, Laurel Fork, Little Tory Camp Run, Panther Camp Ridge, Panther Camp Run, Red Creek, Rich Mountain, Riverside Church, Shears Hollow, Snyder Run, Spruce Run, Suck Lick Run, Taylor Elza Run, Three Spring Run, Tory Camp Run, Two Spring Run, Wymer, White Cemetery, Brushheap Knob, Dryfork, Jenningston, Sully, John Mullennex Spring, Jasper Yokum Farm Springs, Herman Smith Spring, Dr Bucher Spring, Big Spring, Cunningham Spring, George Tyson Farm Spring, Pershing Harman Farm Spring, Pershing Harman Farm Spring, Yankee Spring, Johnson School (historical), Flannigan School (historical), Harman Church of the Brethren, Harman Post Office, Harman School, Hazelwood (historical), Kuntzville (historical), Mylius School (historical), Pennington School (historical), Perlytown (historical), Red Creek Junction (historical), Rich Mountain School (historical), Wymer Post Office, Town of Harman, Harman Volunteer Fire Department, Randolph County Emergency Squad Station 3, Pioneer Memorial Public Library