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Washington County, Arkansas 1909 Map
Locations shown include: Arnett, Baldwin, Blackburn, Brentwood, Cane Hill, Carter, Cincinnati, Clyde, Durham, Dutch Mills, Elkins, Elm Springs, Evansville, Farmington, Fayette Junction, Fayetteville, Fleener, Goshen, Greenland Station, Habberton, Harman, Harris, Hazel Valley, Hubbard, Johnson, Lincoln, Mayfield, Moffit, Morrow, Onda, Osburn, Pitkin, Prairie Grove, Rhea, Rickert, Ridge, Savoy, Skylight, Sonora, Springdale, Spring Valley, Staunton, Strickler, Sulphur City, Summers, Sunset, Sydenham, Thornsberry, Tontitown, Tuttle, Vale, Viney Grove, Wedington, West Fork, Wheeler, Winslow, Woolsey, Wyman
The large red numbers identify railroad lines:
78: St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad
This is a portion of a Arkansas map published by Rand McNally & Co., 1902, 1909.
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