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Livingston Alabama US Topo Map

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2020 topographic map quadrangle Livingston in the state of Alabama. Scale: 1:24000. Based on the newly updated USGS 7.5' US Topo map series, this map is in the following counties: Sumter. The map contains contour data, water features, and other items you are used to seeing on USGS maps, but also has updated roads and other features. This is the next generation of topographic maps. Printed on high-quality waterproof paper with UV fade-resistant inks.

Quads adjacent to this one:
West: Boyd
Northwest: Emelle
North: Epes West
Northeast: Epes East
East: Brewersville
Southeast: Coatopa
South: Bellamy
Southwest: York

Contains the following named places: Baldwin Hill, Bear Creek, Bibb Graves Hall, Brock Hall, Brown Brick Creek, Cedar Creek, Central Sumter Division, City of Livingston, Ennis Tartt Dam, Ennis Tartt Pond, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Foust Hall, Friend Church, Hannah Branch, Hixon, Hixon Church, Holetah Creek, Homer Fieldhouse, Houston Cemetery, Johnson Baptist Church, Johnson Cemetery, Jug Branch, Lake L U, Lake L U Dam, Livingston, Livingston Fire and Rescue, Livingston High School, Livingston Memorial Gardens, Livingston Park, Livingston Police Department, Livingston Post Office, Livingston Recreation Area, Miuka Creek, Moon Hall, Morning Star Second Baptist Church, Parker Creek, Pine Grove Baptist Church, Pine Grove School, Potts Cemetery, Potts Creek, Pruitt Hall, Reed Hall, Sandy Creek, Seldon Hall, Shady Grove Baptist Church, Shady Grove School, Shiloh Church, Shumulla Creek, Sisk Hall, Speith Hall, Stickney Hall, Sumter, Sumter County, Sumter County Area Vocational School, Sumter County Courthouse, Sumter County Sheriff's Office, Sumter County Training School, Sumter Pond, Sumter Riding Club, Sumter State Park, Tartt Field, The Cutoff, Tiger Stadium, Tutwiler Library, University of West Alabama, Wallace Hall, Webb Hall, Whiterock Creek, Yellow Creek, Young Hall