Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lake Huron: Chantry Island to Cove Island
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Image
Item Type
Charts
Inscriptions
Canada
Lake Huron
Chantry Island to Cove Island
Surveyed by Mr. W. J. Stewart, assisted by Messrs F. Anderson, and R. E. Tyrwhitt, 1899-1900.
North of Cape Hurd surveyed by Staff Commander J. G. Boulton, R.N., and Mr. W. J. Stewart, 1884
under the orders of the
Government of the Dominion of Canada
All heights are expressed in feet above the mean level of the Lake
Magnetic Variation in 1907, increasing about 4' annually.
All Bearings are Magnetic
Soundings in Fathoms
North of Lyal Island the soundings are reduced to the mean level of the Lake for 1899, in 580 feet above mean tide New York or 1 foot below the general mean surface of the Lake for 1900 which is 579 feet above mean tide New York, or two feet below the general mean surface.

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Southampton Harbour

London. Published at the Admiralty, 31st May 1902, under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral Sir W. J. L. Wharton K. C. B., F. R. S. Hydrographer.
Sold by J. D. Potter, Agent for the sale of Admiralty Charts, 145 Minories
Engraved by Davies & Company
3257
Publisher
Great Britain. Admiralty. Hydrographic Office
Place of Publication
London, Eng.
Date of Original
pub. 31 May 1902
Date Of Event
survey: 1884,1899-1900
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.49 Longitude: -81.403055
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.306666 Longitude: -81.725
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.9176746719547 Longitude: -81.6197395703125
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.48339 Longitude: -81.38305
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Lake Huron: Chantry Island to Cove Island