Arenac Co Atlases, Maps & Plat Books

Maps, atlases, and gazetteers are the perfect resources to locate places where ancestors resided and where they migrated from. Looking at old maps may reveal that official land boundaries were different then than now. This may give clues to where that elusive individual really lived.

The entries are listed by locale, then alphabetical order.


Most of the maps are 3 MB or more to please be patient if you are on a slow connection. Due to the size, they will open in a new tab. Map images courtesty of MichiganGenWeb/Arenac, acquired from the book 1906 Standard Atlas of Arenac County (index online), originally compiled, published by Geo. A. Ogle & Co.