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The coordinates in your example (300247, 5040897) are in some type of projected coordinate system. Coordinates in NAD27, or NAD83 (as stated in the comments there is no such thing as NAD31) are Longitude/Latitudes which are the same form as your WGS84 sample. There is no way to determine what coordinate system has been used for your data, although you ...


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There are several issues here: OSM uses web mercator (epsg:3857) so that is where your reprojection is going on. Also you need to consider scale - the Natural Earth data is designed to be viewed and used at near to 1:10Million - at that scale your map looks like this and the dot is in the right place. Finally your code can be improved by using a ...


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How did you do the setting them all in CRS WGS84? Using Set CRS for Layerhas definitely corrupted your data. This changes the CRS, but does not reproject the coordinates to the new CRS. So delete those layers with 6digit coordinates, and add them again. Usually the CRS information is stored in the file, and should not be altered. As mkennedy noted, they can ...



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