Map of that part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior, ceded to the United States by the treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas
- Map of that part of the mineral lands adjacent to Lake Superior, ceded to the United States by the treaty of 1842 with the Chippewas : comprising that district lying between Chocolate River and Fond du Lac, under the superintendency of Genl. John Stockton, U.S. agent
- Gray, A. B. (Andrew Belcher), 1820-1862
- Talcott, George, 1786-1862
- Seib, J. (John)
- Graham, C. B. (Curtis B.)
- Name on Item:
projected and drawn under the direction of George Talcott, Ordnance Bureau, by A.B. Gray ; assisted by John Seib.
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Mines and mineral resources--Michigan--Upper Peninsula--Maps
Upper Peninsula (Mich.)--Maps
Michiganupper peninsula (area)
Washington, D.C :
Relief shown by hachures.
Shows mining claims.
Inset: [Lake Superior region].
"Compiled from surveys and explorations made by direction of the War Department under the superintendence of the U.S. Agency at Copper Harbor; from U.S. surveys made by Dr. Houghton and Wm. A. Burt Esq.; from Nicollet's map of the Upper Mississippi River; and from Bayfield's charts of Lake Superior: vide accompanying report of 1845". (In U.S. 29th Cong., special session Senate 175, no. 461).
Includes errata for accompanying report (House document no. 211), signed by A.B. Gray, Surveyor & Asst. Supt., U.S. Mines.
Does not include ill. of Camp Gray that appears on other versions.
- 1 map on 2 sheets : joined, hand col. ; 87 x 115 cm.
Scale [ca. 1:380,000]
- Call #:
G4112.U6H1 1845 .G73
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