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(New page: <noinclude>{{Subpages}}</noinclude> A unit of the Public Lands Survey System that was typically 6 miles wide and 6 miles tall. A township was typically made of of 36 sections [[Section...)
 
 
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A unit of the [[Public Lands Survey System]] that was typically 6 miles wide and 6 miles tall. A township was typically made of of 36 sections [[Section (Public Land Survey System)]], where each section was approximately one square [[Mile (Unit of Measurement)]].
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A unit of the [[Public Lands Survey System]] that was typically 6 miles wide and 6 miles tall. A township was typically made of of 36 sections, where each section was approximately one square [[Mile (Unit of Measurement)]].

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Township (Public Lands Survey System) [r]: A unit of the Public Lands Survey System that was typically 6 miles wide and 6 miles tall. A township was typically made of of 36 sections, where each section was approximately one square Mile (Unit of Measurement).