The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lake Ontario Coast Chart No. 1. Round Island to Stony Point and South Bay Point. 1909


Description
Creator:
War Department, Corps of Engineers, Cartographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Charts
Description:
Survey of the eastern end of Lake Ontario from Stony Point Lighthouse, Sackets Harbor, Cape Vincent, Clayton, Gananoque and Kingtston
Inscriptions:
"War Department, Corps of Engineers, Survey of the Northern and Northwestern Lakes,
Made in obedience to acts of Congress and orders from
Headquarters Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army.
Lake Ontario
Coast Chart No. 1
Round Island to Stony Point and South Bay Point.
Projected from a trigonometrical Survey executed under the orders of
Major C. B. Comstock, Corps of Engineers,
Bvt Brigadier Gen., U.S.Army
in 1873-75
With additions and Corrections under the direction of
Major W. L. Fisk, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army
in 1902 & 1904
Colonel G. J. Lydecker, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army in 1900 & 1907
Major Chars. Keller, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, in 1907 and 1909.
Date of Original:
Issued Oct. 12, 1909
Map Scale:
1:80,000
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
21-10-1909
Collection:
NOAA
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.8860164704342 Longitude: -76.541748046875
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Lake Ontario Coast Chart No. 1. Round Island to Stony Point and South Bay Point. 1909
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Lake Ontario Coast Chart No. 1. Round Island to Stony Point and South Bay Point. 1909


Survey of the eastern end of Lake Ontario from Stony Point Lighthouse, Sackets Harbor, Cape Vincent, Clayton, Gananoque and Kingtston