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In addition to giving detailed information on the geography of an area, United States Geological Survey maps give historical information. On them one could find things such as old cemeteries, or buildings that no longer serve the purpose that they once did. Also, place names remind us of the past. For example, 17th-century settler Robert Poag's memory lives on in the name Pogue's Hole Rd., and although the fence around the south meadows is no longer there, the area is still called The Bars.


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"Greenfield, Mass."

cartographer   U. S. Geological Survey
date   1968
location   Washington D.C.
height   27.0"
width   22.0"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Maps/Topographical
accession #   #L98.001

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