Maritime History of the Great Lakes
A Survey of St. Joseph's North Channel, Lake Huron [1822]
Description
Creator
Bayfield, Henry W., Surveyor
Media Type
Image
Item Type
Charts
Description
Chart extends from Lake George and Sugar Island in the northwest, Neebish Island and Mud Lake in the south west, St. Joseph Island on the south and east to the bay that would eventually front Bruce Mines.
Inscriptions
A Survey
of
St. Joseph's North Channel,
Lake Huron
by
Lieu't Henry W. Bayfield R. N.
Assisted by Mr. P. E. Collins Mid'n
1822
The Sounding are in Feet
-- inset--
The Ship
Neebish Rapid
Current 4 1/2 knots
Twelve feet water can be carried up on the East side. Fall estimated 4 feet

London Published according to Act of Parliament at the Hydrographical Office of the Admiralty, 10th March 1828
J. & C. Walker Sculpt
Publisher
Great Britain. Admiralty. Hydrographic Office
Place of Publication
London, Eng.
Date of Original
pub. 10 March 1828
Date Of Event
survey: 1818
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
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A Survey of St. Joseph's North Channel, Lake Huron [1822]


Chart extends from Lake George and Sugar Island in the northwest, Neebish Island and Mud Lake in the south west, St. Joseph Island on the south and east to the bay that would eventually front Bruce Mines.