Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Lake Superior: Coppermine Point to Cape Gargantua
Description
Creator
Stewart, W. J., Surveyor
Item Type
Charts
Inscriptions
Canada
Lake Superior
Coppermine Point
to
Cape Gargantua
Surveyed by Mr. W. J. Stewart, 1902.
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 1908, increasing about 4' annually.
All Bearings are Magnetic
Soundings in Fathoms
reduced to the mean level of the Lake for 1902, which is 602.2 feet above mean tide New York.

London. Published at the Admiralty, 17th March 1904, under the Superintendence of Rear Admiral Sir W. J. L. Wharton K. C. B., F. R. S. Hydrographer.
Publisher
Great Britain. Admiralty. Hydrographic Office
Place of Publication
London, Eng.
Date of Original
pub. 17 March 1904
Date Of Event
survey: 1902
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 47.60008 Longitude: -85.03321
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 46.983888 Longitude: -84.787222
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 47.2770642958143 Longitude: -84.978249671875
Copyright Statement
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Lake Superior: Coppermine Point to Cape Gargantua