Blackland (in Macon County, IL) Populated Place Profile

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Blackland (GNIS FID: 422471) is a populated place located within the Township of Blue Mound, a minor civil division (MCD) of Macon County.

The elevation of Blackland is 617 feet. Blackland appears on the Harristown U.S. Geological Survey Map. Macon County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Boody, IL (3.1 miles E)
Blue Mound, IL (4.3 miles SSW)
Harristown, IL (6.4 miles N)
Macon, IL (6.6 miles ESE)
Niantic, IL (7.2 miles NNW)
Mount Auburn, IL (8.4 miles W)
Decatur, IL (9.6 miles NE)
Illiopolis, IL (9.7 miles NW)
Stonington, IL (9.7 miles SSW)
Moweaqua, IL (10.5 miles SSE)

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Midway, IL (7 miles SSW)
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Wyckles, IL (7.5 miles NNE)
Walker, IL (7.9 miles SE)
Turpin, IL (10 miles E)
Longview Place, IL (10.4 miles NE)
Old Stonington, IL (10.6 miles SSW)

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