Point Reyes Quadrangle (19 x 15 mintues map)

Cartographer(s): U.S. Geological Survey
Date: 1969
Place: Washington, D.C.
Dimensions: 46 x 66 cm (18 x 26 in)
Condition Rating: VG

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1969 topographic map of West Marin


Detailed map of West Marin extending south from Abalone Point, north to the Marin-Sonoma County line border, and west to Dillon Beach and Bodega Bay. The map features a sweeping Drake’s Bay and important coastal landmarks, as well as cities down to the individual building and grid level, including Point Reyes Station, Inverness, and more.


U.S. Geological Survey

Created by an act of Congress in 1879, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific agency under the U.S. government whose purpose is to investigate, survey, and map the United States territory, including natural resources and any potential threats to the depicted habitat. The organization has evolved over time, gradually adapting to the progress of science and technology.

The USGS is the only science-based agency under the Department of the Interior, and its responsibilities fall within the disciplines of biology, geography, geology, and hydrology. The USGS is considered the best authority on domestic questions relating to these subjects, and often their maps will cover several or all of these themes in the same chart.

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