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YellowMaps Elephant Butte NM topo map, 1:24000 Scale, 7.5 X 7.5

Product description

USGS topographic map of Elephant Butte, New Mexico, dated 1958, updated 1975.

Includes geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude), lines of elevation, bodies of water, roads, and more. This topo quad is suitable for recreational, outdoor uses, office applications, or wall map framing.

Printed on-demand by YellowMaps on the print material of your choice.

Shipping rolled from Minneapolis, MN, United States.

Product Number: USGS-5379902
Map Size: 26.9 inches high x 22 inches wide
Map Scale: 1:24000
Map Type: POD USGS Topographic Map
Map Series: HTMC
Map Version: Historical
Cell ID: 13899
Scan ID: 190543
Imprint Year: 1975
Woodland Tint: Yes
Aerial Photo Year: 1956
Field Check Year: 1958
Datum: NAD27
Map Projection: Polyconic
Map published by United States Geological Survey
Map Language: English
Scanner Resolution: 600 dpi
Map Cell Name: Elephant Butte
Grid size: 7.5 X 7.5 Minute
Date on map: 1958
Geographical region: New Mexico, United States
Northern map edge Latitude: 33.25

YellowMaps Elephant Butte NM topo map, 1:24000 Scale, 7.5 X 7.5

 

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