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    Important Legacy denotes outdated data. A more recent version likely exists. Consider an "External Data Source" option linked above, or click the Collection link for updated source options.
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    Geographic Names Information System (GNIS)Updated Continuously GNISUnited States 1:24,000 Metadata Link
    U.S. Geographic Names Information System Summits
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    2006 ESRI® Data & Maps 2006United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Mountain Peaks (layer)
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    2006 ESRI® Data & Maps 2006United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    ESRI: U.S. Geographic Names Information System Summit
    Legacy
    2004 ESRI® Data & Maps 2004United States and Territories 1:100,000 Metadata Link
    Wessex Streets 4.0: GNIS Labels
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    1995 TIGER 95United States 1:100,000 Metadata Link


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