Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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  • A Survey of the River Detroit [1815]
        A Survey of the River Detroit from Lake Erie to Lake St. Clair by Capt. W. F. W. Owen & Assistants in 1815
      A Survey of the River Detroit from Lake Erie to Lake St. ...
  • Survey of Lake Erie [1817-18][manuscript]
        Copy Survey of Lake Erie in the Years 1817 & 1818 By Lieu't Henry W. Bayfield, R. N. All Soundings are in feet N.B. The depth of water varies, according as the seasons are wet or dry; the maximum being from 2 to 3 feet. The Original of this Map ...
      Copy Survey of Lake Erie in the Years 1817 & 1818 By ...
  • Lake and River St. Clair with the Detroit River [1895]
        North America Lake and River St. Clair with the Detroit River From the latest United States Government Charts. All heights are expressed in feet above the level of the water. Magnetic Variation in 1895, increasing about 4' annually. All Bearings are Magnetic. Soundings in Fathoms --inset-- Port Huron [and Sarnia] ...
      North America Lake and River St. Clair with the Detroit River From ...
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Admiralty Charts of the Great Lakes