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Below is an Interactive Map with Links to the Web Pages from which you can view the scale and year of the USGS map of your choosing.

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The USGS Produces maps at 4 Scales that include on them portions of Clinton County; below are Index maps that show the area covered by those maps. Also shown on these maps are the years the maps were printed & edited.

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Click on the map to view the PDF file...

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Map Names:

Blanchester Columbus Leesburg Milledgeville Octa Sardinia Xenia
Bowersville Dayton Lynchburg Morrow Pleasant Plain Springfield  
Cincinnati Fayetteville Martinsville New Burlington Port William Waynesville  
Clarksville Hillsboro Memphis New Vienna Sabina Wilmington  

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Interactive Maps:

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USGS Quad Maps, View Interactively

 

USGS Historical Topographic Map Explorer - Interactive Map 

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USGS Historic Maps for Ohio Now Online:

http://nationalmap.gov/historical/

The USGS Store:

http://store.usgs.gov

PDF Information Page:

Scanning and Georeferencing Historical USGS Quadrangles:

http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2011/3009/

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2010 Intelligent PDF Maps:

Notes and Comments...

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After opening up one of the new USGS maps, you can click on the box, in the Table of Contents on the left, to expand the layer list. Then, you can click on the picture of the eye to display or not to display any of the layers from the list...

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Note's on the 2010 USGS Maps:

-  The Imagery is from the National Agriculture Imagery Program, flown in June of 2004, and is 1 meter pixel resolution. NAIP Fact Sheet

-  The Roads as shown on the maps is data from Tele Atlas, and may show incorrect road names spellings, or inaccurate placement on the map, over-top of the aerial photography.

-  The Names, i.e. Place Names, are from GNIS, 2008; Geographic Names Information System.

-  The Hydrography is from the National Hydrography Dataset, 2004. When compared to the Hydrography dataset from the County GIS Database, there may be differences in the placement of the channel lines. This is due to the resolution of the data at which it was created.

-  The Contours are from the National Elevation Dataset, 2004, and are at 10 Foot Intervals. Please keep in mind that the contour data in the Clinton County GIS System is at 2 Foot Intervals.

           

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Index for the State of Ohio & Information on Reading the USGS Topographic Maps:

Ohio Index to 7 1/2 minute Topographic Maps Leaflet Number 17: Information on Reading the USGS Topo Maps

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