Atlas (in Pike County, IL) Populated Place Profile

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Atlas (GNIS FID: 422420) is a populated place located within the Township of Atlas, a minor civil division (MCD) of Pike County.

The elevation of Atlas is 489 feet. Atlas appears on the Summer Hill U.S. Geological Survey Map. Pike County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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