The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
The Georgian Bay and Great Lakes Survey, 1883-1903
Publication:
The Northern Mariner / Le marin du nord (St. John's, NL), Jan 2004, p. 1-24


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Creators:
Meehan, O. M., Author
Glover, William
, Editor
Gray, David
, Editor
Media Type:
Text
Item Type:
Articles
Description:
Chapter 1 of O. M. Meehan, The Canadian Hydrographic Service From the time of its Inception in 1883 to the end of the Second World War

The Georgian Bay Survey Under Staff Commander J.G. Boulton, RN, 1883-1893
Canada's First Hydrographic Surveyor
Preliminary in vestigations and Surveys in Georgian Bay, 1883
Charting Georgian Bay 1884-The Commencement of Actual Hydrographic Surveying
First Publication From Canadian Resurveys, and Charting the North Channel, 1885
First Chart From Canadian Resurveys, and Remodelling the Steamer Bayfield, 1886
Hydrographic Surveying in the Great Lakes, 1883-1903
First Canadian Chart For the North Channel, 1887
Ice Conditions and Oceanography in Georgian Bay, 1888
Shipping in Georgian Bay, 1888
Close of the North Channel Resurvey, 1890
First Survey Beyond the Great Lakes, and Water Levels in the Great Lakes, 1891
Resurvey of Burrard in let, Bc, the First Canadian Survey On the Seacoasts
Unusual Water Levels in the Great Lakes, 1891
An Act Respecting Technical Work in the Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1892
Last Field Season, Commander Boulton, 1892
The Georgian Bay Survey Under Mr Wm J. Stewart, 1893-1894
The Survey of Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario, By the Chief Engineer, Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1893 and 1897
Canada's First Tidal Andcurrent Surveyor- Mr Wm Bell Dawson, C.E., 1893
Close of Georgian Bay Survey and First Survey of Lake Huron, 1894
Close of Georgian Bay Resurvey, 1894
The Great Lakes Survey Under Mr Wm J. Stewart, 1895-1903
Lake Erie, 1895-97
Water Levels Lake Erie, 1895
Inauguration of United States-Canada Car Ferry, 1895
Historical Maps and Charts, Lake Erie
Fire, West Block, Parliament Hill, 1897
First British Columbia Tidal Records
Close of Lake Erie Survey, and Charting Lakes Huron and Erie, 1897
Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, 1898
Close of Lake Huron Survey 1901
The Survey of Lake Winnipeg, 1901-03
First Canadian Chart From Canadian Surveys, 1903
The Bayfield and the Lake Superior Survey, 1902
Recapitulation, Fiscal Years, 1883-1903
Hydrographers
Ships and Ships' Officers
Production
Expenditure
Date of Publication:
Jan 2004
Date Of Event:
1883-1903
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.143611 Longitude: -77.255833
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.515555 Longitude: -81.070277
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 42.454166 Longitude: -81.121388
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Copyright Holder:
Canadian Nautical Research Society
Recommended Citation:
The Northern Mariner/Le marin du nord, XIV, No. 1 (January 2004), 7-42.
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The Georgian Bay and Great Lakes Survey, 1883-1903


Chapter 1 of O. M. Meehan, The Canadian Hydrographic Service From the time of its Inception in 1883 to the end of the Second World War

The Georgian Bay Survey Under Staff Commander J.G. Boulton, RN, 1883-1893
Canada's First Hydrographic Surveyor
Preliminary in vestigations and Surveys in Georgian Bay, 1883
Charting Georgian Bay 1884-The Commencement of Actual Hydrographic Surveying
First Publication From Canadian Resurveys, and Charting the North Channel, 1885
First Chart From Canadian Resurveys, and Remodelling the Steamer Bayfield, 1886
Hydrographic Surveying in the Great Lakes, 1883-1903
First Canadian Chart For the North Channel, 1887
Ice Conditions and Oceanography in Georgian Bay, 1888
Shipping in Georgian Bay, 1888
Close of the North Channel Resurvey, 1890
First Survey Beyond the Great Lakes, and Water Levels in the Great Lakes, 1891
Resurvey of Burrard in let, Bc, the First Canadian Survey On the Seacoasts
Unusual Water Levels in the Great Lakes, 1891
An Act Respecting Technical Work in the Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1892
Last Field Season, Commander Boulton, 1892
The Georgian Bay Survey Under Mr Wm J. Stewart, 1893-1894
The Survey of Bay of Quinte, Lake Ontario, By the Chief Engineer, Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1893 and 1897
Canada's First Tidal Andcurrent Surveyor- Mr Wm Bell Dawson, C.E., 1893
Close of Georgian Bay Survey and First Survey of Lake Huron, 1894
Close of Georgian Bay Resurvey, 1894
The Great Lakes Survey Under Mr Wm J. Stewart, 1895-1903
Lake Erie, 1895-97
Water Levels Lake Erie, 1895
Inauguration of United States-Canada Car Ferry, 1895
Historical Maps and Charts, Lake Erie
Fire, West Block, Parliament Hill, 1897
First British Columbia Tidal Records
Close of Lake Erie Survey, and Charting Lakes Huron and Erie, 1897
Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, 1898
Close of Lake Huron Survey 1901
The Survey of Lake Winnipeg, 1901-03
First Canadian Chart From Canadian Surveys, 1903
The Bayfield and the Lake Superior Survey, 1902
Recapitulation, Fiscal Years, 1883-1903
Hydrographers
Ships and Ships' Officers
Production
Expenditure