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Coast of North America from Point Judith to St. Antonio (island of Cuba), including the Bahama Banks
- Copley, Charles
- New York : E. & G.W. Blunt, 1853, c1846.
- Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings and isolines. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1846, by E. & G.W. Blunt, in the Clerks office of the District Court, of the Southern District of New York." "Every authentic survey, American, English, & Spanish, has been used in the construction of this chart." "Note: We are indebted to Prof. A.D. Bache Superintendent of the U.S. Coast Survey for the improvements between Cape Henlopen (including the Delaware Bay) and Montauk Point, and the offshore Soundings, where were furnished by permission of the Sec. of the Treasury. March 1847." Insets: Absecum Shoals and the adjacent coast, from the records of the U.S. Coast Survey -- New York Harbor and entrance, from the U.S. Coast Surveys. Historic Maps has title sheet showing coast of Long Island, with inset of New York harbor, and adjoining sheet showing coast of New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, with inset of Absecum Shoals.
- United States
- Atlantic Coast (N.J.)—Maps, New York Harbor (N.Y. and N.J.)—Maps, Maps—New Jersey—1853, Maps—New York Harbor (N.Y. and N.J.)—1853, Nautical charts—New Jersey—1853, and Nautical charts—New York Harbor (N.Y. and N.J.)—1853
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