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Topographic map 068912 in area of Milwaukee, Muskegon, Sheboygan

Reduced fragment of topographic map en--usgs--250k--068912--(1954)--N044-00_W088-00--N043-00_W086-00 in area of Muskegon Lake, White Lake, Mona Lake; towns and cities Milwaukee, Muskegon, Sheboygan, Norton Shores, Muskegon Heights Type: US Geological Survey
Scale: 1:250 000
Language: English
Map year: 1954
Size: 9Mb
Dimensions: 6622x4575px
Added: 13 January 2015
Reduced fragment of topographic map is displayed on the left.
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List of geographical objects on topographic map

Large cities (1-2 millions of inhabitants):  Milwaukee

City (100-200 thousand of inhabitants):  Muskegon, Sheboygan

Small cities (20-50 thousand of inhabitants):  Norton Shores

Towns (10-20 thousand of inhabitants):  Muskegon Heights, Glendale, Mequon, Whitefish Bay, Brown Deer, Grand Haven, Shorewood

Towns (5-10 thousand of inhabitants):  Cedarburg, Fox Point, Ludington, Sheboygan Falls, Grafton, Plymouth, Port Washington

Settlements (2-5 thousand of inhabitants):  Hart, Spring Lake, Random Lake, Cleveland, River Hills, Hesperia, Thiensville, New Era, Custer, Roosevelt Park, Twin Lake, Ferrysburg, Rothbury, Howards Grove, Waldo, Saukville, Kohler, North Muskegon, Fredonia, Scottville, Lakewood Club, Walkerville, Adell, Fruitport, West Milwaukee, Oostburg, Bayside, Pentwater, Belgium, Shelby, Whitehall, Montague, Wolf Lake, Cedar Grove

Settlements (1-2 thousand of inhabitants):  Haven, Stony Lake, Holton, Newton, North Epworth, Walhalla, Ada

Medium lakes (10-25 km2):  Muskegon Lake

Small Lakes (1-10 km2):  White Lake, Mona Lake, Pentwater Lake

Major rivers:  Grand-Spring Lake

Small Lakes (below 1 km2):  Bass Lake, Pere Marquette Lake, Hart Lake

Small airports:  Muskegon County, Sheboygan County Memorial

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