Texas State Archives Map Collection

Kingston South Quadrangle, Oklahoma-Texas
Date: 1982
Publisher: United States Geological Survey. Topography in 1976. Map edited in 1982.
Cartographer: -- None Listed --
Scale: 1 inch = 2000 ft.
Size: 58 cm x 48 cm
Type of Map: topographic
Format: color, engraved, lithographed, printed
Language: English
AC Number: 07978
Photo Media: -- None Listed --

Kingston South Quadrangle, Oklahoma-Texas Image:
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Covers a small part of the Marshall County area of Oklahoma, and northern Grayson County, Texas, along Lake Texoma, in the Preston Peninsula vicinity along the Texas-Oklahoma border. Shows Lake Texoma, other water features, contour lines, elevations, cities, towns, railroads, buildings, churches, cemeteries, oil and gas fields, public use areas, airports, roads, highways, etc. Contour interval is 10 feet. This map is part of a set of maps accompanying the Texoma Area Boundary Agreement, used to delineate the border between Texas and Oklahoma in the vicinity of and through Lake Texoma. Other maps in the set are maps 7976-7977, 7979-7982. 1/30/02

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