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Map of that part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior ceded to the United States by the Treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas : comprising that district lying between Chocolate River and Fond du Lac, under the superintendency of Genl. John Stockton, U.S. Agent

Title
Map of that part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior ceded to the United States by the Treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas : comprising that district lying between Chocolate River and Fond du Lac, under the superintendency of Genl. John Stockton, U.S. Agent / projected and drawn under the direction of Lieut. Coll. George Talcott, Ordnance Bureau, by A.B. Gray, assisted by John Seib.
Author
United States. Army. Ordnance Department, creator, publisher.
Publication
  • Washington, D.C. : C.B. Graham's Lithy., [1845]
  • [Washington, D.C.] : [War Department], [1845]

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Description
1 map : hand colored; 89 x 115 cm, on sheet 95 x 120 cm
Alternative Title
  • Mapping the Nation (NEH grant, 2015-2018). US103.2.01
  • Mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior ceded to the United States by the Treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas
Subjects
Genre/Form
Maps.
Note
  • Relief shown by hachures.
  • Includes inset of Lake Superior region and northern Wisconsin and Michigan, and a vignette titled "Camp Gray, October 1st 1844, near Talcott Harbor."
  • "Compiled from surveys and explorations made by direction of the War Department under the superintendence of the U.S. Agency at Copper Harbor; from U.S. surveys made by Dr. Houghton and Wm. A. Burt Esq.; from Nicollet's map of the Upper Mississippi River; and from Bayfield's charts of Lake Superior: Vide accompanying Report of 1845."
  • Includes errata for accompanying report (House document no. 211), signed by A.B. Gray, Surveyor & Asst. Supt., U.S. Mines.
Indexed In (note)
  • New York Public Library. Dictionary catalog of the Map Division,
Call Number
Map Div. 16-5370
OCLC
52600280
Author
United States. Army. Ordnance Department, creator, publisher.
Title
Map of that part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior ceded to the United States by the Treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas : comprising that district lying between Chocolate River and Fond du Lac, under the superintendency of Genl. John Stockton, U.S. Agent / projected and drawn under the direction of Lieut. Coll. George Talcott, Ordnance Bureau, by A.B. Gray, assisted by John Seib.
Publisher
[Washington, D.C.] : [War Department], [1845]
Manufacturer
Washington, D.C. : C.B. Graham's Lithy., [1845]
Cartographic Data
Scale approximately 1:380,000 (W 92°40ʹ--W 87°05ʹ/N 48°15ʹ--N 46°00ʹ).
Type of Content
cartographic image
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
sheet
Indexed In:
New York Public Library. Dictionary catalog of the Map Division, v. 6, page 459, column 3, no. 7
Local Note
NYPL Map Div. copy imperfect: small pieces of map lacking, especially along the folds and edges.
Source
US103.2.01
Place of Publication
United States District of Columbia Washington.
Added Author
Talcott, George, 1786-1862.
Gray, A. B. (Andrew Belcher), 1820-1862, draftsman.
Seib, J. (John), draftsman.
C.B. Graham's Lith., lithographer.
Ford Collection.
Added Title
Mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior ceded to the United States by the Treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas
Mapping the Nation (NEH grant, 2015-2018). US103.2.01
Research Call Number
Map Div. 16-5370
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