I have looked high and low, made many calls to different places in LA looking for a map of bossier parish showing townships ranges and sections. I have checked with the assesors office land offices and many more places i was refered to no luck. I know many of you intelligent members of go haynesville shale can help, would you please post a ledegable map of bossier paish showing townships ranges and sections
I would surely appreciate it, as i am out of town and have no access to obtain such a map. I would surley appreciate help i will never forget the good people in louisiana
I don't have the time to search it today, but you can probably get one, or the info to mock one up, here:
Globe Map Co. on Travis has negatives of most N.W. La. Ownership Maps and they can have them developed.The maps are older but have section,T& Ranges and roads etc. You can look at the negatives and choose whole parish or specific areas. The ph. number is 222-7453, 206 Milam St. Globe map is now an architectueal /drafting business but bought the Map negatives when purchased the business some years ago.. Hope they have what you need.. JPshoff@aol.com
i had gotten a parish map from dept. of transportation and dev.,office of planning and programming. it shows everything you need.
There is a map book called "Roads of Louisiana" that breaks down the state into Section,Township and Range. The newest edition is much easier to read than the older one. Dixie Blueprint in Alexandria sells them. I am sure that if you google it you will find someone online that sells them. It sells for around $20 and it shows just about every road and cowtrail in the state.
Free is almost always better than $20. Google: Louisiana Department of Highways Parish Maps and you can see a parish map of all the parishes in Louisiana including Sections, Townships, and Ranges. Check it out.
I use this site from the Bureau of Land Management.
On the right-hand side, you'll see an option for PLSS. Make sure that's turned on, and you can get the township, ranges, and sections.
Go online and contact the USGS and request 15-minute quads.
check with Bossier Chamber of Commerce. Maybe they can help