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Map of Vermillion County, Indiana drawn by John Collett for the 1st annual report of Prof. E.T. Cox, State Geologist, 1869

By 1828-1899 John Collett

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1 map ; on sheet 77 x 30 cm.Nicknamed the “shoestring county” for its shape, Vermillion is 37 miles in length and averages 7 miles in width. Established in 1824 and named for the Vermillion River which forms its southern boundary, it is noted for production of corn, soybeans, and coal

Topics: Vermillion County (Ind.); Maps; Indiana--Maps; Geology; Mines and mineral resources--Indiana Vermillion County--Maps; Coal mines and mining--Vermillion County--Maps, Destination Indiana Vermillion County Journey
Publisher: Indianapolis : W. & J. Braden
Year: 1860
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:dc035/188
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