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The State/County Subdivision Outline Maps are a state-based map series produced to accompany the data contained in the 2000 Census of Population and Housing publications. These reference maps display the names and boundaries for the following geographic entities: counties, county subdivisions, places, consolidated cities and American Indian areas/Alaska Native areas/Hawaiian home lands. Depending on the size and complexity of each state's geography, the state may be divided into multiple sections, one per page, at the same map scale. When necessary, inset sheets at larger map scales are included. The maps are designed in black and white, 8 1/2 x 11 inches page-size format. FGDC Metadata