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The official map of Maine : compiled from United States Government Surveys, official state surveys, and original sources. Glacial deposits State of Maine
- [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1934.
Companion text: A survey of road materials and glacial geology of Maine / H. Walter Leavitt; Edward H. Perkins. Glacial Geology of Maine. Vol. II. Maine: Maine Experimental Station. Bulletin no. 30. 1935. 232p. See Vol.I, pt.2 for maps. North Decimal Degree 47.4500 South Decimal Degree 42.9667 East Decimal Degree -71.0833 West Decimal Degree -66.8833 Alternate title: Glacial deposits State of Maine. Another copy of map found with source publication. With list of places and their population.
- Glacial landforms and Maine—Maps
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