Michigan State Land Office Board records: 1816-1924
Summary Information
Title: Michigan State Land Office Board records
Creator: Michigan. State Land Office Board.
Inclusive dates: 1816-1924
Extent: 101 oversize volumes
Extent: 69 oversize folders (in 20 boxes)
Location: Portions located in offsite storage; prior notification required for access.
Abstract:
Records of United States land offices in Marquette and Grayling, Michigan. Plat and tract books containing the record of the survey and sale of public lands in Michigan.
Call number: 851856 Ca 2; CA Outsize
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2113
Phone: 734-764-3482
Fax: 734-936-1333
e-mail: bentley.ref@umich.edu
Home Page: http://www.bentley.umich.edu/
Finding aid created by Michigan Historical Collections staff. (Revised Sepember 1993, Leonard A. Coombs)

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

The records were transferred to the Michigan Historical Collections in February 1941, from the U.S. General Land Office (later renamed the Bureau of Land Management, donor no. 6418) at the request of the Auditor General of Michigan.

Access Restrictions:

The record group is open to research.

To protect fragile audiovisual recordings (such as audio cassettes, film reels, and VHS tapes), the Bentley Historical Library has a policy of converting them to digital formats by a professional vendor whenever a researcher requests access. For more information, please see: http://bentley.umich.edu/research/duplication/.

Copyright:

Donor(s) have transferred any applicable copyright to the Regents of the University of Michigan but the collection may contain third-party materials for which copyright was not transferred. Patrons are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.

Preferred Citation:

[item], folder, box, Michigan State Land Office Board records, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan


History

United States land offices were the agencies responsible for the sale of the public land to individual purchasers. The first land office in Michigan was established in Detroit in 1804, although no land sales were held until 1818. As sales expanded, additional offices were established in Monroe (1823), White Pigeon (1831), Ionia (1836), Flint (1836), Sault Ste. Marie (1847), and Duncan (1854). In 1888, after several of the offices had been moved or consolidated, the state was served by four land offices, in Detroit, East Saginaw, Reed City, and Marquette. In that year, the three Lower Peninsula offices were consolidated and moved to Grayling. In 1898, the Grayling office was closed and the Marquette office became responsible for the entire state. The Marquette land office, in turn, was closed in 1925.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The records originally came from two sources. Volumes 1-51 and 78 to 87 (tract books for the Lower Peninsula) and the outsize folders (Lower Peninsula plat maps) are copies of earlier records made in 1894 for the Grayling Land Office. When that office was closed in 1898 the records were transferred to the Marquette Land Office. Volumes 52-77 and 88 (tract books for the Upper Peninsula) and volumes 150A-161 (plat maps for the Upper Peninsula) are the original records kept in the Marquette Land Office (originally in Sault Ste. Marie) beginning in 1847.

The records were transferred to the General Land Office in Washington, D.C., when the Marquette Land Office was closed in 1925. In 1940, the Auditor General of Michigan, who was the chairman of the Michigan State Land Office Board, accepted the records for the state. (The State Land Office Board was established in 1937, and was not related to the Michigan State Land Office, which was abolished in 1914 and replaced by the Public Domain Commission.) Because of crowded conditions in the State Capitol, the Auditor General asked that the records be deposited in the Michigan Historical Collections, where they could be used by a WPA Writers Project study of the disposal of public lands in Michigan. They have been on deposit at this library since that time.

Subject Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the finding aid database and catalog of The Bentley Historical Library/University of Michigan. Researchers desiring additional information about related topics should search the catalog using these headings.


  • Forests and forestry -- Michigan.
  • Land titles -- Michigan.
  • Land use -- Michigan.
  • Public lands -- Michigan.
  • Surveyors -- Michigan.
  • United States. Grayling Land Office.
  • United States. Marquette Land Office.
  • United States. General Land Office.
Contents List
Request materials for use in the Bentley Library
Container / Location Title
 
Tract Books [series]

The tract books detail the original sale by the federal government of each piece of public land in the state, beginning with the opening of the Detroit Land Office in 1818. (These volumes do not include information about lands contained in private claims.)

The tract books for the Upper Peninsula are original records kept, beginning in 1847, by the land office in Sault Ste. Marie (in 1857 moved to Marquette). The tract books for the Lower Peninsula were copied, by hand in 1894, from an earlier record. After the earlier records were copied, some new entries were added and old entries were revised or updated. Some entries are dated as late as 1920. The tract books are arranged (in a somewhat random order) by township number, and within each township by section.

No names of townships appear in the collection, so it will be necessary for the researcher to discover the numerical designation in terms of township and range. A brief description of townships, ranges, and other details of the U.S. land survey system can be found (as of 2007) at the web site of the National Atlas of the United States http://nationalatlas.gov/articles/boundaries/a_plss.html. The range, township, and section of a particular place can be found using maps such as those in Henry F. Walling's Atlas of the State of Michigan (Detroit: R. M. and S. T. Tackabury, 1873, 1875, or 1884); or the Mapbook of Michigan Counties (Lansing: Two Peninsula Press, 1984). Range and township numbers for Washtenaw County Townships are as follows:

Ann Arbor R6E, T2S
Augusta R7E, T4S
Bridgewater R4E, T4S
Dexter R4E, T1S
Freedom R4E, T3S
Lima R4E, T2S
Lodi R5E, T3S
Lyndon R3E, T1S
Manchester R3E, T4S
Northfield R6E, T1S
Pittsfield R6E, T3S
Salem R7E, T1S
Saline R5E, T4S
Scio R5E, T2S
Sharon R3E, T3S
Superior R7E, T2S
Sylvan R3E, T2S
York R6E, T4S
Webster R5E, T1S
Ypsilanti R7E, T3S

Since the townships are arranged in a somewhat random order, an index to the 88 volumes by township and range has been created. It is found appended to this finding aid.

The information contained in an individual entry includes an exact description of the land purchased, the number of acres included in the transaction, the price per acre, the total purchase price, the name of the purchaser, the date of sale, the receipt number, and the person to whom the land was patented if this was different from the name of the purchaser. Quite often the date when the land was placed on sale appears on the page.

Indexes to the tract books by the name of the purchaser have been made. The most convenient (as of 2007) is the General Land Office Land Records web site maintained by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov. Transcriptions of and indexes to tract books have been published for several counties. These can be found in the library's online catalog under the subject "Landowners Michigan ... County Indexes". Since these books were compiled from copies of tract books in other repositories, some names and locations may not correspond exactly to the library's copy. These indexes generally show the residence of each purchaser, a piece of information not included in the library's copy of the records.

A 1942 project by Anne Case and Theodore Clark produced a card file listing the purchaser's name and county for land purchases of 640 acres or more in these 19 counties: Antrim, Berrien, Cheboygan, Crawford, Gladwin, Ingham, Ionia, Iosco, Isabella, Lenawee, Newaygo, St. Clair, and Wexford in the Lower Peninsula, and Gogebic, Keweenaw, Luce, Marquette, Menominee, and Schoolcraft in the Upper Peninsula. The card file is not part of this electronic finding aid and is only available at the Bentley Library.

 
Lower Peninsula (Townships North and Ranges East) [subseries]
Volume   1  
Volume 1: T1-11, R8; T7-9, R9-17
Volume   2  
Volume 2: T1-12, R5; T1-11, R6-7
Volume   3  
Volume 3: T1-12, R2; part of T13, R2; T1-13, R3-4; part of T12, R5; part of T13, R5
Volume   4  
Volume 4: T1-17, R1; part of T13, R2; T14-17, R2-4; T15-17, R5
Volume   5  
Volume 5: T12-14, R6-7; T12-16, R8; T20, R8, T10-19, R9
Volume   6  
Volume 6: T10-18, R10-11
Volume   7  
Volume 7: T10-19, R12; T10-15, R13
Volume   8  
Volume 8: T16-19, R13; T10-19, R14; T10-12, R15
Volume   9  
Volume 9: T18-20, R1-3; T13-18, R15; T10-16, R16; T10, R17
Volume   10  
Volume 10: T21-26, R1; T18-20, R4-6; T18-20, R7; T21-22, R2
Volume   11  
Volume 11: T23-26, R2; T21-26, R3-4; T21-23, R5
Volume   12  
Volume 12: T24-26, R5; T21-26, R6-7; T22-25, R8
Volume   13  
Volume 13: T14, R1-5; T27-34, R1; T13, R2-5; T9, R3 and 5; T12, R3; T5, R4; T6, R4; T15, R4-5; T10, R5; T11, R6-7; T18, R6; T19, R6-7; T26, R8; T22-26, R9
Volume   14  
Volume 14: T35-38, R1; T27-38, R2; T27-30, R3
Volume   15  
Volume 15: T31-37, R3; T27-36, R4; T27-30, R5
Volume   16  
Volume 16: T31-36, R5; T27-35, R6; T27-32, R7
Volume   17  
Volume 17: T33-34, R7; T27-34, R8; T27-33, R9; T26-27, R10; T30-31, R10
Volume   18  
Volume 18: T1-6, R9; T1-6, R10; T1-4, R11
Volume   19  
Volume 19: T5-6, R11; T1-6, R12-13; T2-4, R14
Volume   20  
Volume 20: T6-6, R14; T2-6, R15-16; T3-6, R17
 
Lower Peninsula (Townships North and Ranges West) [subseries]
Volume   21  
Volume 21: T1-7, R1-2; T1-6, R3
Volume   22  
Volume 22: T7, R3; T1-7, R4-5; T1-6, R6
Volume   23  
Volume 23: T7, R6; T1-7, R7-8; T1-6, R9
Volume   24  
Volume 24: T7, R9; T1-8, R10-11; T1-4, R12
Volume   25  
Volume 25: T5-7, R12; T1-7, R13; T1-8, R14; T1-3, R15
Volume   26  
Volume 26: T4-8, R15; T1-8, R16; T1, R17; part of T8, R17
Volume   27  
Volume 27: T8-10, R1-5
Volume   28  
Volume 28: T8-10, R6-9; T9-10, R10-11
Volume   29  
Volume 29: T8-10, R12-13; R9-10, R14-16; T9-11, R17; T11, R18
Volume   30  
Volume 30: T11-19, R1; T11-17, R2
Volume   31  
Volume 31: T11-17, R3; T11-17, R4; T11, R5
Volume   32  
Volume 32: T12-17, R5; T11-17, R6; T11-13, R7
Volume   33  
Volume 33: T14-17, R7; T11-17, R8-10; T11, R11
Volume   34  
Volume 34: T12-17, R11, T11-17, R12-13; T11-16, R14
Volume   35  
Volume 35: T17, R14; T11-17, R15-16; T12-17, R17-18; T14-15, R19
Volume   36  
Volume 36: T20-27, R1; T18-27, R2
Volume   37  
Volume 37: T18-20, R3-8; T18, R9
Volume   38  
Volume 38: T19-20, R9; T18-20, R10-14; T18, R15
Volume   39  
Volume 39: T19-20, R15; T18-20, R16-18
Volume   40  
Volume 40: T28-38, R1; T28-36, R2
Volume   41  
Volume 41: T21-30, R3; T21-29, R4
Volume   42  
Volume 42: T30, R4; T21-30, R5; T21-28, R6
Volume   43  
Volume 43: T29-30, R6; T21-30, R7; T21-27, R8
Volume   44  
Volume 44: T28-30, R8; T21-30, R9; T21-27, R10
Volume   45  
Volume 45: T28-30, R10; T21-30, R11; T21-28, R12
Volume   46  
Volume 46: T29-30, R12; T21-30, R13; T21-28, R14
Volume   47  
Volume 47: T29-30, R14; T21-29, R15; T21-27, R16; T21-22, R17
Volume   48  
Volume 48: T37-39, R2; Bois Blanc Island, Hog Island, Garden Island, Squaw Island, Big Beaver Island, Little Beaver Island, Whiskey Island, Trout Island, Gull Island, Hat Island, North and South Manitou Islands, North and South Fox Islands, Waugoshance Point
Volume   49  
Volume 49: T31-39, R3-4; T31-32, R5
Volume   50  
Volume 50: T33-39, R5; T31-39, R6; T31-37, R7
Volume   51  
Volume 51: T31-34, R8; T31-33, R9; T32, R10, T31-32, R11; T31, R12
 
Lower Peninsula (Townships South and Ranges East) [subseries]
Volume   78  
Volume 78: T3-9, R1; T4-9, R5; T4-7, R6; T10, R1-5
Volume   79  
Volume 79: T8-10, R6; T4-10, R7; T4-10, R8; T5-10, R9; T5-6, R10
Volume   80  
Volume 80: T1-2, R1; T1-3, R2-6; T1, R7
Volume   81  
Volume 81: T2-3, R7; T1-3, R8; T1-4, R9-10; T1-3, R11; T1-2, R12; T1, R13
 
Lower Peninsula (Townships South and Ranges West) [subseries]
Volume   82  
Volume 82: T1-10, R1; T1-7, R2
Volume   83  
Volume 83: T8-10, R2; T1-10, R3-4
Volume   84  
Volume 84: T1-8, R5-8; T1-4, R9
Volume   85  
Volume 85: T5-8, R9; T1-8, R10-12; T1-6, R13
Volume   86  
Volume 86: T7-8, R13; T1-8, R14-17; T2-3, R18
Volume   87  
Volume 87: T4-8, R18-19; T6-8, R20; T7-8, R21; T8, R22
 
Upper Peninsula (Townships North and Ranges West) [subseries]
Volume   52  
Volume 52: T41-47, R1-2; R40-47, R3
Volume   53  
Volume 53: T40-47, R4; T40-51, R5; T42-47, R6
Volume   54  
Volume 54: T48-51, R6; T42-50, R7; T42-50, R8
Volume   55  
Volume 55: T43-50, R9; T42-49, R10; T41-45, R11
Volume   56  
Volume 56: T46-50, R11; T41-50, R12; T41-47, R13
Volume   57  
Volume 57: T48-50, R13; T41-49, R14; T41-49, R15; T40-42, R16
Volume   58  
Volume 58: T43-49, R16; T39-48, R17; T39-41, R18
Volume   59  
Volume 59: T42-48, R18; T36-48, R19; T36-41, R20
Volume   60  
Volume 60: T42-48, R20; T38-48, R21; T38-43, R22
Volume   61  
Volume 61: T44-48, R22; T37-47, R23; T35-42, R24
Volume   62  
Volume 62: T43-47, R24; T33-49, R25
Volume   63  
Volume 63: T32-51, R26; T58, R26; T31-32, R27
Volume   64  
Volume 64: T33-52, R27; T58-59, R27
Volume   65  
Volume 65: T32-52, R28
Volume   66  
Volume 66: T58-59, R28; T34-35, R29; T37-53, R29; T57-59, R29; T39-42, R30
Volume   67  
Volume 67: T43-53, R30; T56-59, R30; T39-47, R31
Volume   68  
Volume 68: T48-58, R31; T41-52, R32
Volume   69  
Volume 69: T53-58, R32; T41-57, R33
Volume   70  
Volume 70: T42-56, R34; T42-46, R35
Volume   71  
Volume 71: T47-56, R35; T42-52, R36
Volume   72  
Volume 72: T53-55, R36; T42-54, R37; T43-49, R38
Volume   73  
Volume 73: T50-53, R38; T43-53, R39; T44-50, R40
Volume   74  
Volume 74: T51-52, R40; T44-51, R41; T44-51, R42; T45-48, R43
Volume   75  
Volume 75: T49-51, R44; T45-50, R45; T45-50, R46
Volume   76  
Volume 76: T46-49, R47; T47-49, R48; T48, R49
 
Isle Royale (Townships North and Ranges West) [subseries]
 
T63-65, R36; T63-65, R37, T63-64, R38; T63-64, R39; T65-67, R34; T67, R32; T66-67, R33; T65-66, R35
 
Upper Peninsula (Townships North and Ranges East) [subseries]
Volume   77  
Volume 77: T41-48, R1; T41-48, R2; T41-45, R3; T41-43, R4; T41, R5; T41-43, R6, T41-43, R7; T41-42, R8
 
Upper Peninsula, Supplement A [subseries]
Volume   88  
Volume 88: Mostly townships 42-52N and some islands
 
Plat Books [series]

Plat books (v. 150A-161 and 69 outsize folders in Boxes 1-20): The collection originally contained 73 volumes of plat books, containing copies of the original maps produced by the U.S. land survey for all townships in Michigan, along with some original maps of later surveys of private claims and government reserves. The main series of township plats is drawn at a scale of 1:31,680 (2 inches to a mile). Some of the maps (especially those of the southern Lower Peninsula) include only section outlines, bearings, deviations, and a few landmark physical features located on section lines. Other maps (especially for the Upper Peninsula) include extensive information about physical and cultural features. As a general rule, none of these maps show land ownership. The plat books for the Lower Peninsula are lithographic copies made in 1894. The Upper Peninsula maps are hand-drawn copies, made beginning in 1847, and have extensive later annotations.

Upper Peninsula plat books (v. 150A-161) are arranged by range number, so any township can be found easily if its numerical designation is known. The Lower Peninsula plat books (formerly v. 89-149) have been disbound, and arranged alphabetically by county in Boxes 1-20. (A few loose Upper Peninsula maps are also found in the boxes.)

Another set of these plat maps is held by the State of Michigan, and has been made available online through the Dept. of Natural Resources General Land Office Plats web site http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/1,1607,7-153-10371_14793-31058--,00.html.

 
Lower Peninsula [subseries]

(Volumes 89-149 have been taken apart and arranged in folders by county and put into boxes; these plats are separately described.)

 
Upper Peninsula [subseries]
Volume   150A  
Volume 150A: All ranges East
Volume   150B  
Volume 150B: R1-6W
Volume   151  
Volume 151: R7-11W
Volume   152  
Volume 152: R12-16W
Volume   153  
Volume 153: R17-21W
Volume   154  
Volume 154: R22-25W
Volume   155  
Volume 155: R26-27W
Volume   156  
Volume 156: R28-29W
Volume   157  
Volume 157: R30-32W
Volume   158  
Volume 158: R33-34W
Volume   159  
Volume 159: R35-37W
Volume   160  
Volume 160: R38-41W
Volume   161  
Volume 161: R42-49W
 
Plat Maps [series]

(formerly bound in v. 89-149; Upper Peninsula plat maps are found in v. 150A-161)

 
Lower Peninsula [subseries]
Box   1  
Alcona County 1838-1846, 1854
Box   1  
Allegan County 1826-1832, 1850
Box   1  
Alpena County 1839-1840, 1854-1857, 1884, 1920
Box   2  
Antrim County 1839-1840, 1850-1857

(see also Grand Traverse and Kalkaska for townships shared with those counties)

Box   2  
Arenac County 1822, 1831, 1837-1846, 1853
Box   2  
Barry County 1826-1831, 1856, 1877, 1915, 1917
Box   3  
Bay County 1822, 1831-1846, 1870

(see also Saginaw for townships shared with that county)

Box   3  
Benzie County 1838-1839, 1850-1851
Box   3  
Berrien County 1828-1846
Box   3  
Branch County 1825-1829, 1846
Box   3  
Calhoun County 1825-1826, 1856
Box   4  
Cass County 1828-1830, 1846

(includes township shared with St. Joseph)

Box   4  
Charlevoix County 1839-1856, 1888, 1921

(includes townships shared with Emmet)

Box   4  
Cheboygan County 1840-1856, 1904, 1922
Box   5  
Clare County 1837-1856, 1923-1924
Box   5  
Clinton County 1826-1855
Box   5  
Crawford County 1836-1857
Box   5  
Eaton County 1825-1827, 1855-1856
Box   6  
Emmet County 1840-1841, 1922

(see also Charlevoix for townships shared with that county)

Box   6  
Genesee County 1822-1823, 1839, 1898, 1915
Box   6  
Gladwin County 1831-1856, 1877
Box   6  
Grand Traverse County 1836-1852, 1900-1904

(includes township shared with Antrim; see also Leelanau for township shared with that county)

Box   7  
Gratiot County 1831-1832, 1852
Box   7  
Hillsdale County 1824-1837

(includes townships now part of Ohio)

Box   7  
Huron County 1834-1835, 1853
Box   8  
Ingham County 1825-1827, 1856
Box   8  
Ionia County 1826-1837, 1855-1856, 1875
Box   8  
Iosco County 1837-1845, 1907-1921
Box   9  
Isabella County 1830-1838, 1847, 1850
Box   9  
Jackson County 1824-1825, 1855
Box   9  
Kalamazoo County 1826-1830, 1850, 1856
Box   9  
Kalkaska County 1837-1853

(includes township shared with Antrim)

Box   10  
Kent County 1830-1838, 1855-1856, 1890, 1906
Box   10  
Lake County 1837-1839, 1905
Box   10  
Lapeer County 1818-1834

(includes township shared with Sanilac)

Box   10  
Leelanau County 1839-1855, 1884

(includes township shared with Grand Traverse)

Box   11  
Lenawee County 1815-1824, 1837, 1896

(includes townships now part of Ohio)

Box   11  
Livingston County 1823-1825, 1849
Box   11  
Mackinac County 1827, 1844

(includes Bois Blanc Island only; see volumes for remainder of county)

Box   11  
Macomb County 1817-1818, 1836
Box   12  
Manistee County 1837-1839, 1847, 1856, 1906, 1917
Box   12  
Mason County 1835-1839, 1856, 1884
Box   12  
Mecosta County 1837-1839, 1847, 1856, 1914
Box   12  
Midland County 1831-1832, 1839, 1852
Box   13  
Missaukee County 1837-1840, 1852-1856, 1909, 1912
Box   13  
Monroe County 1817-1854, 1865, 1884, 1924

(includes township shared with Wayne and townships now part of Ohio)

Box   14  
Montcalm County 1831-1839, 1848, 1856, 1890, 1907, 1911
Box   14  
Montmorency County 1839-1840, 1850-1857
Box   14  
Muskegon County 1836-1838
Box   14  
Newaygo County 1836-1838, 1856-1857, 1918
Box   15  
Oakland County 1816-1818, 1823, 1868, 1915, 1917
Box   15  
Oceana County 1837-1838
Box   15  
Ogemaw County 1838-1839, 1845-1846, 1883, 1907
Box   16  
Osceola County 1837-1839, 1847-1848, 1856
Box   16  
Oscoda County 1838-1840, 1846
Box   16  
Otsego County 1839-1840, 1850-1857, 1895, 1922
Box   16  
Ottawa County 1831-1832, 1837-1838
Box   17  
Presque Isle County 1839-1840, 1850-1857
Box   17  
Roscommon County 1837-1840, 1849-1852
Box   17  
Saginaw County 1821-1824, 1831-1834, 1839-1840, 1906

(includes townships shared with Bay)

Box   18  
St. Clair County 1817-1818, 1822-1824, 1834-1837, 1855-1856

(T2,R16 missing)

Box   18  
St. Joseph County 1826-1829, 1835, 1843-1845, 1895

(see also Cass for township shared with that county)

Box   18  
Sanilac County 1822-1823, 1834-1835

(missing T13, R16; see also Lapeer for township shared with that county)

Box   19  
Shiawassee County 1822-1823, 1826, 1831, 1848
Box   19  
Tuscola County 1821-1822, 1834-1839, 1914
Box   19  
Van Buren County 1829-1830, 1844, 1883

(missing T2, R18)

Box   20  
Washtenaw County 1816-1819, 1824-1825, 1844-1849
Box   20  
Wayne County 1816-1819, 1824, 1840-1849, 1913-1920

(see also Monroe for township shared with that county)

 
Wexford County 1837-1839, 1848, 1852
Additional Descriptive Data

Range and Township Index to Tract Books

Range Township(s) Volume(s)
1N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-11E 18
12-13E 19
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-12W 24
13-15W 25
16-17W 26
2N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-11E 18
12-14E 19
15-16E 20
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-12W 24
13-15W 25
16W 26
3N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-11E 18
12-14E 19
15-17E 20
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-12W 24
13-15W 25
16W 26
4N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-11E 18
12-14E 19
15-17E 20
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-12W 24
13-14W 25
15-16W 26
5N 1E 4
2-3E 3
4E 3&13
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-10E 18
11-13E 19
14-17E 20
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-11W 24
12-14W 25
15-16W 26
6N 1E 4
2-3E 3
4E 3&13
5-7E 2
8E 1
9-10E 18
11-13E 19
14-17E 20
1-3W 21
4-6W 22
7-9W 23
10-11W 24
12-14W 25
15-16W 26
7N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8-17E 1
1-2W 21
3-5W 22
6-8W 23
9-11W 24
12-14W 25
15-16W 26
8N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5-7E 2
8-17E 1
1-5W 27
6-9W 28
10-11W 24
12-13W 29
14W 25
15-17W 26
9N 1E . 4
2E 3
3E 3&13
4E 3
5-7E 2
8-17E 1
1-5W 27
6-11W 28
12-17W 29
10N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5E 2&13
6-7E 2
8E 1
9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14-15E 8
16-17E 9
1-5W 27
6-11W 28
12-17W 29
11N 1E 4
2-4E 3
5E 2
6-7E 2&13
8E 1
9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14-15E 8
16E 9
1-2W 30
3-5W 31
6-7W 32
8-11W 33
12-14W 34
15-16W 35
17-18W 29
12N 1E 4
2E 3
3E 3&13
4E 3
5E 2&3
6-9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14-15E 8
16E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-7W 32
8-10W 33
11-14W 34
15-18W 35
13N 1E 4
2E 3,4&13
3-5E 3&13
6-9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14E 8
15-16E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-7W 32
8-10W 33
11-14W 34
15-18W 35
14N 1-4E 4&13
5E 13
6-9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14E 8
15-16E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-6W 32
7-10W 33
11-14W 34
15-19W 35
15N 1-3E 4
4-5E 4&13
8-9E 5
10-11E 6
12-13E 7
14E 8
15-16E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-6W 32
7-10W 33
11-14W 34
15-19W 35
16N 1-5E 4
8-9E 5
10-11E 6
12E 7
13-14E 8
15-16E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-6W 32
7-10W 33
11-14W 34
15-18W 35
17N 1-5E 4
9E 5
10-11E 6
12E 7
13-14E 8
15E 9
1-2W 30
3-4W 31
5-6W 32
7-10W 33
11-13W 34
14-18W 35
18N 1-3E 9
4-5E 10
6E 10&13
7E 10
9E 5
10-11E 6
12E 7
13-14E 8
15E 9
1W 30
2W 36
3-9W 37
10-15W 38
16-18W 39
19N 1-3E 9
4-5E 10
6-7E 10&13
9E 5
12E 7
13-14E 8
1W 30
2W 36
3-8W 37
9-14W 38
15-18W 39
20N 1-3E 9
4-7E 10
8E 5
1-2W 36
3-8W 37
9-14W 38
15-18W 39
21N 1-2E 10
3- 5E 11
6-7E 12
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-17W 47
22N 1-2E 10
3-5E 11
6-8E 12
9E 13
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-17W 47
23N IE 10
2-5E 11
6-8E 12
9E 13
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-16W 47
24N 1E 10
2-4E 11
5-8E 12
9E 13
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-16W 47
25N 1E 10
2-4E 11
5-8E 12
9E 13
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-16W 47
26N 1E 10
2-4E 11
5-7E 12
8-9E 13
10E 17
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-16W 47
27N 1E 13
2-3E 14
4-5E 15
6-7E 16
8-10E 17
1-2W 36
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7-8W 43
9-10W 44
11-12W 45
13-14W 46
15-16W 47
28N 1E 13
2-3E .14
4-5E 15
6-7E 16
8-9E 17
1-2W 40
3-4W 41
5-6W 42
7W 43
8-9W 44
10-12W 45
13-14W 46
15W 47
29N 1E 13
2-3E 14
4-5E 15
6-7E 16
8-9E 17
1-2W 40
3-4W 41
5W 42
6-7W 43
8-9W 44
10-11W 45
12-13W 46
14-15W 47
30N 1E 13
2-3E 14
4-5E 15
6-7E 16
8-10E 17
1-2W 40
3W 41
4-5W 42
6-7W 43
8-9W 44
10-11W 45
12-13W 46
14W 47
31N 1E 13
2E 14
3-4E 15
5-7E 16
8-10E 17
1-2W 40
3-5W 49
6-7W 50
8-9W 51
11-12W 51
27W 63
32N 1E 13
2E 14
3-4E 15
5-7E 16
8-9E 17
1-2W 40
3-5W 49
6-7W 50
8-11W 51
26-27W 63
28W 65
33N 1E 13
2E 14
3-4E 15
5-6E 16
7-9E 17
1-2W 40
3-4W 49
5-7W 50
8-9W 51
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
34N 1E 13
2E 14
3-4E 15
5-6E 16
7-8E 17
1-2W 40
3-4W 49
5-7W 50
8W 51
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
35N 1-2E 14
3-4E 15
5-6E 16
1-2W 40
3-4W 49
5-7W 50
24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
36N 1-2E 14
3-4E 15
5-E 16
1-2W 40
3-4W 49
5-7W 50
19-20W 59
24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
37N 1-2E 14
3E 15
1W 40
2W 48
3-4W 49
5-7W 50
19-20W 59
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
38N 1-2E 14
3E 15
1W 40
2W 48
3-4W 49
5-6W 50
19-20W 59
21-22W 60
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
39N No E None
2W 48
3-4W 49
5-6W 50
17-18W 58
19-20W 59
21-22W 60
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29-30W 66
31W 67
40N No E None
3W 52
4-5W 53
16W 57
17-18W 58
19-20W 59
21-22W 60
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29-30W 66
31W 67
41N 1-8E 77
1-3W 52
4-5W 53
11W 55
12-13W 56
14-16W 57
17-18W 58
19-20W 59
21-22W 60
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29-30W 66
31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
42N supplement 88
1-8E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
10-11W 55
12-13W 56
14-16W 57
17W 58
18-19W 59
20-22W 60
23-24W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29-30W 66
31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34-35W 70
36W 71
37W 72
43N supplement 88
1-7E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
9-11W 55
12-13W 56
14-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-22W 60
23W 61
24-25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30-31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34-35W 70
36W 71
37-38W 72
39W 73
44N supplement 88
1-3E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
9-11W 55
12-13W 56
14-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-21W 60
22-23W 61
24-25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W .65
29W 66
30-31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34-35W 70
36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-42W 74
45N supplement 88
1-3E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
9-11W 55
12-13W 56
14-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-21W 60
22-23W 61
24-25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30-31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34-35W 70
36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-43W 74
44-46W 75
46N 1-2E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
9-10W 55
11-13W 56
14-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-21W 60
22-23W 61
24-25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30-31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34-35W 70
36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-43W 74
44-46W 75
47W 76
47N 1-2E 77
1-3W 52
4-6W 53
7-8W 54
9-10W 55
11-13W 56
14-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-21W 60
22-23W 61
24-25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30-31W 67
32W 68
33W 69
34W 70
35-36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-43W 74
44-46W 75
47-48W 76
48N 1-2E 77
5W 53
6-8W 54
9-10W 55
11-12W 56
13-15W 57
16-17W 58
18-19W 59
20-21W 60
22W 61
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30W 67
31-32W 68
33W 69
34W 70
35-36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-43W 74
44-46W 75
47-48W 76
49N no E none
5W 53
6-8W 54
9-10W 55
11-12W 56
13-15W 57
16W 58
25W 62
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30W 67
31-32W 68
33W 69
34W . 70
35-36W 71
37-38W 72
39-40W 73
41-42W 74
43-46W 75
47-48W 76
50N (no E)
5W 53
6-8W 54
9W 55
11-12W 56
13W 57
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30W 67
31-32W 68
33W 69
34W 70
35-36W 71
37W 72
38-40W 73
41-42W 74
43-46W 75
51N (no E)
5W 63
6W 54
26W 63
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30W 67
31-32W 68
33W 69
34W 70
35-36W 71
37W 72
38-39W 73
40-42W 74
43-44W 75
52N (no E)
27W 64
28W 65
29W 66
30W 67
31-32W 68
33W 69
34W 70
35-36W 71
37W 72
38-39W 73
40W 74
52N (no E)
53N (no E)
29W 66
30W 67
31W 68
32-33W 69
34W 70
35W 71
36-37W 72
38-39W 73
54N (no E)
31W 68
32-33W 69
34W 70
35W 71
36-37W 72
55N (no E)
31W 68
32-33W 69
34W 70
35W 71
36W 72
56N (no E) none
30W 67
31W 68
32-33W 69
34W 70
35W 71
57N (no E) none
29W 66
30W 67
31W 68
32-33W 69
58N (no E)
26W 63
27W 64
28-29W 66
30W 67
31W 68
32W 69
59N (no E) none
27W 64
28-29W 66
30W 67
63N (no E)
36-39W 76
64N (no E)
36-39W 76
65N (no E)
34-37W 76
66N (no E)
33-35W 76
67N (no E)
32-34W 76
1S 1-7E 80
8-13E 81
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-9W 84
10-13W 85
14-17W 86
2S 1-6E 80
7-12E 81
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-9W 84
10-13W 85
14-18W 86
3S 1E 78
2-6E 80
7-11E 81
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-9W 84
10-13W 85
14-18W 86
4s 1-6E 78
7-8E 79
9-10E 81
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-9W 84
10-13W 85
14-17W 86
18-19W 87
5S 1-6E 78
7-10E 79
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-8W 84
9-13W 85
14-17W 86
18-19W 87
6S 1-6E 78
7-10E 79
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-8W 84
9-13W 85
14-17W 86
18-20W 87
7S 1-6E 78
7-9E 79
1-2W 82
3-4W 83
5-8W 84
9-12W 85
13-17W 86
18-21W 87
8S 1-5E 78
6-9E 79
lW 82
2-4W 83
5-8W 84
9-12W 85
13-17W 86
18-22W 87
9S 1-5E 78
6-9E 79
lW 82
2-4W 83
10S 1-5E 78
6-9E 79
lW 82
2-4W 83