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Availability: Plotted maps sold by MCD/CCD divisions (county subdivision). Map sheet size: 36 by 33 inches Also available online.
For information on prices, click on the state link which opens an Excel spreadsheet file.
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Subject content: Census 2000 Block maps were produced for American Indian/Alaska Native/Hawaiian Homeland areas, counties, county subdivisions (MCD/CCD), places and consolidated cities. While many MCD/CCDs are mapped on a single map sheet, MCD/CCDs requiring multiple map sheets can consist of 1) an index map sheet showing parent and inset map sheet coverage within the MCD/CCD, only for MCD/CCDs that have more than one parent sheet; 2) one or more parent sheets; 3) and inset sheet or sheets, as needed, for densely settled areas.
Boundaries shown: The maps show the boundaries, names, and codes for American Indian/Alaska Native/Hawaiian Homeland areas, counties, county subdivisions (MCD/CCD), places, census tracts and blocks. Base feature detail, such as roads, railroads, and water features based on Census 2000 TIGER are also shown.
Census contacts: Customer Services Center, 301-763-INFO (4636) (orders); Geography Division, 301-763-1128 (content).