Classic USGS Warsaw Alabama 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map
Historical USGS topographic quad map of Warsaw in the state of Alabama. 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: Greene, Pickens, Sumter.
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: Barnes Bend, Bell Lake, Bend Lake, Big Slough, China Bluff, Coleman Cemetery, Cooks Bend, Craig Cemetery, Hargrove Cemetery, Hill Cemetery, Hutton Cemetery, Jamestown Cemetery, Mobley Cemetery, Smith Lake, Wheeler Bend, Wilkes Creek, Jim Henderson Lake, Jim Henderson Dam, Robert Weir Pond, Robert Weir Dam, Barnes Gin Bar, Bracketts Bar, Carpenters Bar, China Bluff Bar, Craigs Ferry (historical), Craigs Landing (historical), Craigs Shoals, Duncans Bar, Hiblers Bar, Hicks Bar, Hills Upper Landing (historical), Littles Bar, Littles Island (historical), Pleasant Ridge Bar, Pleasant Valley School (historical), River Bend Hunting and Fishing Club, Velma Farm (historical), Warsaw Bar, Warsaw Cut Off, Warsaw Ferry (historical), Williams Landing, Riverside Recreation Area, Cooks Bend Cut Off, Barnes Bend Access Area, Barnes Gin (historical), China Bluff Access Area, Clanton Landing (historical), Hiblers Landing, Johnsons Ferry (historical), Mount Pleasant Church, Nubbin Fork (historical), Old Taylor Landing (historical), Pine School (historical), Saint Johns School (historical), Salem School, Gainesville Lake, Warsaw, Fenache Creek, New West Greene, Lake Hollolla, Mount Pleasant Baptist Church, Pleasant Valley Presbyterian Church, Rome Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, Saint Johns Baptist Church, Zion Valley Baptist Church, Pleasant Valley Cemetery, North Sumter High School, Panola Volunteer Fire Department