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Array     ALASKA
NORTHWEST PAlfi OF NORfH MERICA
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MAPS IN TH»M»EARY«F CONGRESS
SUPERINTENDENT OF MAPS,^NB CHARTS
WASHIiprTON
GOVER^ttENT   -POINTING   OWm^^
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i^mmmiamM  ALASKA
NORTHWEST PART OF NORTH AMERICA
1588-1898
MAPS IN THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
P.   LEE   PHILLIPS
SUPERINTENDENT OF MAPS AND CHARTS
WASHINGTON
GOVERNMENT   PRINTING   OFFICE
1898  LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.
Library of Congress,
April 13, 1898.
Sir : I have the honor to transmit for the consideration of the committee a report from Mr. P. Lee Phillips, Superintendent of Maps and
Charts in the Library of Congress, containing a descriptive list of the
maps and charts of Alaska and the adjacent regions—now a part of
our collection.
It is believed that, aside from the newly awakened and universal
interest in these northwestern countries, the report will be found to
have special value because of its bearing upon the Alaskan boundary
questions, now under the consideration of the Government.
Respectfully,
John Russell Young,
Hon. George Peabody Wetmore,
Chairman Joint Committee on Library,
United States Senate.
Librarian.  LETTER OF SUBMITTAL.
9iR: In accordance with your request I have the honor to submit
the following description of maps in the Library of Congress, relating
to Alaska and the northwest part of North America, from 1588 to the
present time. In connection with this subject permit me to refer to the
following books of reference:
Chronological enumeration of voyages of discovery in the north in
search of a northern communication between the Atlantic and Pacific
oceans.
[In Canada. Dominion of Canada. Parliament. Sessional papers.
8°. Ottawa, 1891. v. 24. 1st sess. 7th parliament. 1891. {no. 10).
pp. 195-206],
History of the Pacific states of North America. By H. H. Bancroft.
The northwest coast, v. 1. & 23. 1543-1846. 8°. San Francisco, A.
L. Bancroft & co.   1884.
History of discovery and exploration on the coast of the United
States.   By J. G. Kohl.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Report of the superintendent. 1884. 4°. Washington, government
printing office.   1885.   Appendix no. 19.   pp. 495-617],
Partial list of charts, maps and publications relating to Alaska and
the adjacent region, from Puget sound and Hakodadi to the Arctic
ocean, between the Rocky and the Stanovoi mountains. By W. H.
Dall and Marcus Baker.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Pacific coast pilot. Coasts and islands of AlasJca. 2d series. 4°.
Washington, government printing office,   1879.   pp. 163-223],
Seal fisheries of the Behring sea. Message from the President of
the United States, transmitting a letter from the Secretary of State,
submitting the official correspondence between the government of the
United States and the government of Great Britain, touching the seal
fisheries of the Behring sea since the nineteenth of July last. 51st
Congress, 2d sess. House of Representatives Ex. doc. no. 144. 1 p. 1.
54 pp.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1891.
Note.—Pages 50-53 contain a list of maps.
A list of charts useful for navigators in the region covered by part 1
of the Alaska pilot.   Charts issued by the United States coast and geodetic survey relating to Alaska and adjacent region. List of charts
issued by the U. S. hydrographic office. List of charts issued by the
british admiralty. List of charts issued by the russian hydrographic
department. List of charts issued by Tebienkoff. List of charts
issued by other authorities.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Pacific coast pilot. Alaslca. Pt.l. 8°. Washington, government printing office, 1883.   pp. 215-246].
Very respectfully, yours,
P. Lee Phillips.
Hon. John Russell Young,
Librarian of Congress. AUTHORS AND DATES.
{The dates refer to chronological order in body of the work).
Academy   of  sciences.     St.
Atlas encyclopCdique
Petersburg
1778-79
1768
1788
Alaska commercial company
Baker
1888
-1790-95
Alaska gold mining company
1798
1897
1873
Amerine
Bancroft
1888
~1872
1889
1885
1891
Barbs'-Marbois
Amerine & Crockett
1829
1892
Barkley
Anderson
1789-91
1858
1897
Barnely
1898
1889
Anville (D>)
Barrington
1737
1818
Appleton
Bartholomew
1891
1856
Archiv fur wissenschaftliche
1858
kunde von Russland
Beardslee
1848
1882
Arrowsmith
1786-94
Beaupre*
1790-92
1818
1819-53
Bechler
1823
1887
1832
Becker
1842
1895
1850
1896
1857
1898
1858
1859
Beechey
1860
1826-27
1862
1826-30
1868
Beers
1888
1897 mm
8
Behring sea fur seal arbitra
Brown
tion
1819-53
1862
1858
1891
Belcher
1863-66
Bruce
1819-54
1895
1850-63
Bruce & Brunlees
Bell
1834
1859
Brae*
iHSi
Bellin
1777
Berghaus
1864
1867
1876
1833
Buache
1737
1775
Buckley
1882
1879
Burney
Bering
1803
1738-1827
1819
1741
Burr
Berlin arbitration
1840
1872
Bushman
Berthrong
1819-20
1897
Butler
Billings
1875
1786-94
Black
Caaniafio
1884
1856
1858
Campbell
1846
Blake
1868
Canada.    Crown ]
1857
ands department
Blakigton
1858
Canada.   Departi
rior
iont of the inte-
Blunt
1898
1849
Bonne
Canada.   Geologi
1879-80
cal survey
1778-79.
1887
1788
1890
Bouchette
Canada.    Sessions
irl papers
1831
1867-S
1874-5
Boulton
1877
1889
Bowen
1878
1888
1778
1889
Bradford
Canada.   Provinc
e of British Co-
1835
Bradley
iumbia
1883
1885
Carey
British Columbia
1796
1891
Carli
1897
1737 Cartee
1856
Century company
1898
Chambers
1897
Chanlaire
1798
Charlevoix
1774
Cheadle
1862-3
Chirikof
1737-1827
1738-1827
Clerke
1778-79
1796
Cluny
1769
Coghlan
1885"
Collot
1826
Colton
1849
1855
1858
1868
1873
1876
1879
Colton & co.
1870 •
1880
1897
Condamine
1774
Conder
1794
Conkey
1897
Couroy
1862
1863
Cook
1778-79
1780
1784
1785-88
1789
1796
Coolidge
1897
Cornwallis
1858
Court
1894
Cox
1768-69
1789-91
Coxe
1803
Dakin publishing co.
1897
Dall
1737
1741
1869
1888
Dalrymple
1789-91
Davidson
1898
Dawson
1859
1867-81
1879-80
1887
1888
1890-
1897
De Haro
1872
1873
Delisle
1738-1827
Dessez
1894
Devine
1857
1878
De Windt
1898
Dirwald
1823
Disturnell
1855
Dixon
1788
Dobbs
1744
Douglas
1791 10
Fisher
1842
Fisk
1898
Fitzwilliam
1862-3
1869
Fleurieu
1790-92
Fort Dearborn publishing co.
1897
Foster
1791
France, Departement de la marine
et des colonies
1852-56
Franklin
1888
Fremont
1848
1869
1872
1873
Freyhold
1853-68
Funter
1789-91
Galiano
1774-92
1791-92
1873
1884
Galitzin
1842-44
Garside
1897
Gesellschaft   fur  erdkunde.
Berlin
1859
1882
Giddings
1863
Gill
1887
Gill & co
1878
1887
1889
Glasunow
1833
Goldthwait
1862 11
Golovnm                                               j
Great  Britain.    Parliament
1809
papers
1860
Gosnell
1861
1897
1873
Graf
Greenhow
1858
1840
Grant
1844
1856
Gressier
1852-56
Gray & son   •
1876
Grewingk
1849
Great Britain.   Admiralty
Guaidamak
1792-1888
1882  •
1826-27
1847-64
Habersham
1847-65
1878
1853
1897
1858
Hall
1858-59
1830
1859                                                 j
1851
1859-65
1853
1860
1854
1861
1857
1861-62
Hanington
1862
1874-75
1863
Hanna
1864
1789-91
1865
Hanson
1867-81
1877
1869
1878
1872
1875
Haro (De)
1877
1872
1881
1873
1882
Harrison &, co
1883
1784
1884
Haswell
1886
1                   1884
1890
1891
|            Hayes
I                   1860
1893
1894
;            Hazlitt
1895
|                   1858
Great Britain. Ordnance sur
Hearn
vey office
1796
1792
I             Hebert
1798
1818
Great   Britain.    Parliament
Hedendaagsche   historie   of
papers
tegenwordige   staat   van
1819-53
Amerika
1854
1769     •
1857
1858
Heg
1859
1                    1779  13
La France
1744
Langrehr
1897
La P^rouse
1775-79
1785-88
Lapie
1821
La Roche
1898
Lauridsen
17S8-1827
Leonard
1897
Lerouge
1774
Levashelf
1768-69
Lindenkohl
1867
1869
1884
1890
Lloyd
1871
London magazine
1764
1780
Lowman & Hanford
1891
Lowry
1852
Luffman
1801
Liitke
1738-1827
McEvoy
1888
McKay
1858
Mackenzie
1789-93
Mahon
1875
Maldonado
1588
Malham
1796
Malo de Luque
1785-88
1788
Malte-Brun
1815-18
1821
Marchand
1790-92
Marcy
1854
Martin
1836
1849
1895
Matthew
1839
Maurelle
1775-79
1789-91
Maximo v
1883
Meares
1778-89
1791
1826-29
Mentelle
1828
1798
McCelland
Mexicana
1868
1873
McClure
1850-51
1850-53
Miertsching
1850-54
1858
Milton
McConnell
1890
1862-3
1869
McCulloch
Mindeleff
1854
1898
Macdonald
Mitchell
1862
1850
1898
1878 14
Mohun
Palliser
1884
1862
Molesworth
Parr
1852
1891
Moore
Parry
1853
1819-20
1858
Morris
1879
Parsons
Morse
1863
1804
Pemberton
Mt. Wrangle co
1861
1898
Pender
1792-1888
Mulgrave
1789
1867-81
1869
Muller
1886
1758
1891
1761
1764
Penny
1850-51
Murray
1839
Petermann
1856
1648-1869
1847
National geographic society
1850-51
1897
1854
Neele
1858
1819
1863
Nelson
1869
1882
1872
Neue nordische beytrage
Petroff
1783
1880
New York chamber of commerce
1885
1868
Phipps
Nichols
1789
1882
Pinkerton
1885
1818
1888
Plummer
1892
1897
Nind
Poole bros
1861
1897
Noetzel
1898
1891
Pond
Norman
1785
1886
Portlock
Nouvelles annals des voyages
1786-87
1815-18
Pound
1821
1897
1833
Powell
1842-44
1872
1849
1875
Ogilvie
Preuss
1897
1869
Oregon state board of trade
1872
1879
1873 15
Prevost
1872
Putnam
1881
Quadra
1775-79
1789-91
Rand, McNally & co
1881
1882
1883
1891
1893
1896
.    1897
Rawlings
1865
Raymond
* 1871
1888
Reid
1898
Reimer
1847
1859
Revell
*   1878.
Revue coloniale.    Paris
1856
Rice & Carruthers
1897
Richards
1847-64
1850
1858
1858-59
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1869
1872
1873
1886
1888
Richardson
1851
1897
1898
Roberts
1784
1792-94
1895
Robertson
1846
Robinson
1819
Rodgers
1852
1854-56
Roeser
1876
Rosse
1835
Rossi
1863
Royal geographical society,
London
1850-51
1868
1882
1887
1887-88
Rugg
. 1898
Russia.     Hydrographic   department
1823-26.
1826
1833
1842
1844 .
1844-64
1844-80
1847
1848
1848-49
1848-64
1849
1850
1852
1852-65
1853
1854
1861
1864
Russia.    Quatermaster general's department
1802
Russian-American company
1849
1850
Saint- Amant
1851-52 16
Salcedo
1807-11
Sauer
1786-94
Schlieben
1830
Schroeter
1853
Schwatka
1883
1888
Scidmore
1891
Scoresly
1835
Scott
1789-91
Scribner-Black
1890
Sene'cal
1887-88
1890
Seward
1868
1869
Sharpe
1850
Shillinglaw
1850
Simpson
1845
1854
1894
1896
1768
Smith
1851
1852
1854
1897
Society for the diffusion of
useful knowledge, London
1834
1843
1853
pangberg
1738-1827
Staehlin Storksburg
1774
Stanford
1878
Stansbury
1838 "
Steel
1881
Stoney
1881
1898
Stuart
1821
Stiilpnafel
1867
Sturgis
1845
1872
1873
Sutherland
1850-51
Sutil
1873
Tanner
1822
1839
Tebenkof
1848-50
1861-63
Teesdale
1854
Thornton
1872
Throop
1846
Tikmenef
1861-63
Tirion
1769
Tobar y Tamariz
1789-91
Traxton
1844
Treesler
1789
Tuttle
1897
Tyrrell
1887 17
United    States.     Congress.
House of representatives
1868
1888
United States. Congress.
Senate
1868
1879
1880
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886 .
1887
1888
United States.    Department
of labor
1898
United States.    Depai tm.:,t
of state
1872
United  States.      Post-office
department
1897
United States.   Treasury department.   Coast and Geodetic purvey
1741
1866
1869
. 1872 '
1873
1882
1882-85
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
United States.    Department
1893
of the interior.    Census
1895
1880
1896
1897
United States.    Department
.  1898
of the interior.     General
land office
United States.   War depart-
1861
• ment.    Corps of engineers
1863
1853-68
1869
1859
1876
1871
Valtles
United States.    Department
1802
of  the   interior.     United
States geological survey
Vance
1898
1826
United States.  Navy depart
Vancouver
ment.    Bureau of naviga
1790-95
tion.    Hydrographic office
1792.
1854-56
1792-94
1855
1798
1868
1853
1875
1868
1881
1872
1882
1873
1883
1884
1887
Vaugondy
1889
1774
1891
1893
Vuillemin
1894
1851
1895
Waddington
1896
1868
5395 2 Waldecker
.185-
1854-56
1887
Walker,
1836
Walker & Miles
1875
Walkup
1897
Warren
1853-68
Washington territory.    Surveyor general's office
1859
Watkins
1897
Watson
1875
Waxel
1741
Wedgburough
1789-91
Wehrmannam
1861-63
White
1870
Wilkes
1841
1844
1868
Wilkes
" 1872
1873
Wilkinson
1794
Williams
1835
1842
1883
Wilson
1850
Wimpffen
1894
Wrangell
1820-23
Wyld
1 1849
1854
Wymper
* 1868
Young
1858
1878
1898
Zagoskine
1842-44
Zapiski
1738-1827
Zeigler
1847
Zeitschrift
erdkunde.
1857
Zelenoi
1842-44
fur   allgemeine
Berlin -
MAPS
RELATING   TO
ALASKA AND THE NORTHWEST PART OF NORTH AMERICA.
1588—1898.
By P. Lee Phillips,
Superintendent of Maps and Charts.
1588.
Carta pel viaggio di Lorenzo Ferrere Maldonado nel 1588.    9xl8J.
[In Maldonado (Lorenzo Ferrere).     Yiaggio dal mare Altantico al
Pacifico.   4°.   Bologna, 1812].
1648—1869.
Wrangel-land und ubersicht der eiitdeckungsgeschichte im Eisnieer
nordl.  der Bering-strasse,  1648-1869.    Yon A.  Petermann.     10x1*2.
Gotha, J. Perthes, 1869.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 1869. 4°. Gotha, J. Perthes,
[1869],    v. 15.   pi. 2],
1736.
A map of the country which capt. Beerings past through in his
journey from Tobolsk to Kamtschatka.   4£x8|.
[In JDu Halde (Jean Baptiste).    The general history of China,
from the french.    8°.    London, for J. Watts, 1736..    v. 4. p. 429].
Note.—Map by d'Anville.
1737.
Bering's chart of his first voyage.    From d'Anville's atlas.
• The first published map of his explorations.   8^x9.
[In Ball (William H.) A critical review of BeringJs first expedition,
1725-30, together with a translation of his original report upon it. 8°.
Washington, 1890],
1737.
liistretto delle carte presentate all' Accademia delle scienze di Parigi
negli anni 1737 e 1752 dal sig. di Buache.   Eappresenta la situazione
delle secche, e bassi fondi fra 1' Affrica, e V America, [etc.]   9JxllJ.
[In Carli (Dionigi). Belle lettere americane. [anon.] 12°. Cos-
mopoli, 1780].
Note.—The Library also has the english and french editions of Carli.
19
Bone
1737. 20
1738 — 1827.
Spangberg's chart of the Kuriles and north Japan. 1738-39. The
dotted coast-lines are inserted according to the astronomer De l'Isle's
Chart, 1732.    12x7J."
Eftef Zapiski Gidr. Depart. lx B. Bering's and Ohirikof's expeditions to America, 1741.    20|x8£.
Efter Zapiski Gidr. Depart, lx B. Fr. Liitkes map of Bering island
1827. Kaliak island discovered by Bering in 1741 and called St. Elias,
from Chitrof's Journal.    7jx7J.    Eftef Zapiski Gidr.    Depart, lx B.
Bering's chart of his first voyage.    Eftef d'Anville's atlas 1737.
[In Lauridsen (Peter). Russian explorations, 1725-1743. Vitus Bering:
Revised ed,, by the author, and translated from the danish by Julius E.
Olson.    16°.    Chicago, S. C. Griggs & co., 1889].
1741.
Geographisk chartaffrfim Tobolski till Tziokotz ago forfardigad under
dene Siberiske expedition, af den wid flotan commenderande capitainen.
Translation of danish phrases by W. H. Dall.    20x50.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Geographical explorations. Early expeditions to the region of Bering sea
and strait. From the reports and journals of Vitus Ivanovich Bering,
Translated by William Realy Ball. Appendix no. 19. Report for 1890.
4°.    Washington, government printing office, 1891].
Note.—The manuscript chart, of which the accompanying outline is a facsimile, is
supposed to have "been made for Waxel's own use by some draughtsman under his
supervision, or from his own notes, so that it represents what were to him the
geographical results of the voyage of the St. Peter. The original is in the university of Upsala, Sweden.
1741,
A chart of a voyage from Kamtschatka to discover North America,
in the paquett boat St. Peter, under command capt. commander Bering,
an: 1741, made of a journal kept by Sven Waxell, lieutenant of the
fleet.    12x38.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Geographical explorations to the region of Bering sea and strait. From
the reports and journals of Vitus Ivanovich Bering. Translated by William Healey Ball. Appendix no. 19. Report for 1890. 4°. Washington,
government printing office, 1891],
1744.
A new map of part of North America from the latitude of 40 to 68
degrees. Including the late discoveries made on board the furnace
Bomb Ketch in 1742. And the western rivers & lakes falling into Nelson river in Hudson's bay, as described by Joseph La France a french
canadese indian, who travailed thro those countries and lakes for 3 years
from 1739 to 1742.    13x18.
[In Bobbs (Arthur). Remarks upon col. Middletorfs defence. 8°. London, author, 1744], 21
1753.
Jefferys (Thomas). A chart of North and South America including
the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, with the nearest coasts of Europe,
Africa, and Asia.   6 sheets.   London, T. Jefferys, 1753.
1758.
Nouvelle carte des decouvertes faites par des vaisseaux russiens aux
cotes inconnues de PAm^rique Septentrionale avec les pais adiacents
1758.   17£x24J.
[In Muller (Gerhard Friedrich). Voyages et decouvertes faites par les
russes.   16°.   A. Amsterdam, 1766.    v. 2. at end],
1761.
A map of the discoveries made by the russians on the north west
coast of America. Published by the royal academy of sciences at
Petersburg, London, republished by T. Jefferys*   18|x24.
[In Milller (Gerhard Friedrich). Voyages from Asia to America. 4°.
London, 1761].
1764.
Map of the discoveries made by the russians on the north west coast
of America. Published by the Boyal academy of science at Petersburg, London, republished by Thomas Jefferys 18x24.
[In Milller (Gerhard Friedrich). Voyage from Asia to America. 4°.
London, T.   Jefferys, 1764],
1764.
Carte de la partie septentrionale et orientale de l'Asie, qui comprend
la Grande Tartarie, le Kamschatka et Jesso avec, la Mer Glaceale et
ses cdtes dress£e en 1764.   Par M.   19x23.
[In Engel (Samuel). Memoires et observations geographique. Par mr.
[anon.]   4°.   Lausanne, 1765].
1764.
Carte de la partie septentrionale et occidentale de plus r^centes
dress£es en 1764, par mr. M. Iaquier delin. Grave par I. A. Chovin.
19x25.
[In Engel (Samuel). Neuer versuch ilber die lage der nordlichen gegen-
den von Asia und Amerika.   4°.   Basel, C. A. Cerini, 1777].
1764.
A new map of the north east .coast of Asia, and north west coast of
America, with the late russian discoveries.   6^x9.
[In London magazine. 1764. 8°. London, R. Baldwin, 1764. v. 33.
p. 224].
1768.
A map of the n. e. parts of Asia and the n. w. parts of America
shewing their situation with respect to Japan.   Taken from a Japanese 22
map of the world, brought over from Kempper and late in the museum
of sr. Hans Sloan e [anon.]
[In Jefferys (Thomas, engraver). A general topography of North
America and the West Indies,   fol.   London, for R. Sayer & T. Jefferys,
1768.   no. 12a].
1768.
Map of the discoveries made by the russians on the north-west coast
of America. Published by the academy of sciences at Petersburg,
[anon.]   London, republished by T. Jefferys, [1768]
[In Jefferys (Thomas, engraver). A general topography of North
America and the West Indies,   fol.    London, for R. Sayer & T. Jefferys,
1768. no. 12].
1768 — 1769.
Krenitzin's and Levasheff's voyage to the Fox islands in 1768 and
1769. T. Kitchin, sr, sculp.   8x22^.    [London]    T. Cadell, 1780.
[In Coxe (William). Account of the russian discoveries between Asia
and America.   4th ed.    8°.    London, Cadell & Bavies, 1803.   p. 248].
1768 — 1769.
Krenitzin's and Levasheff's voyage to the Fox islands in 1768 & 1769.
8x24.
[In Coxe { William). Account of the russian discoveries between Asia
and America.    4°.   London, 1803.   p. 192],
1769.
A map of North and South America, with part of Europe, Asia and
Africa.   By the American traveller.    20x27.
[In Cluny (Alexander). The american traveller. 4°. London, for
E. & C. Billy, 1769].
1769.
Nieuwe kaart van Kanada, de Ian den aan de Hudsone-baay en de
noord-westelyke deelen van Nord-Amerika. 12x17. Te Amsterdam,
| Tirion, 1769.
[In Eedenaagsche historie of tegenwordige staat van America, [anon.]
8°.    Te Amsterdam, I. Tirion, 1769.    v. 3.   p. 427].
1774.
Nouveau systeme geographique par lequel on concrlie les anciennes
connoissances sur les pays nord-ouest de l'Amerique avec les nouvelles
decouvertes des russes au nord de la Mer du Sud. Par. m. de Yaugondy.
1774.    11x14.
[In Histoire generale des voyages. 4°. A Amsterdam, E. Van Havre-
velt, 1777.    v. 22.   p. 209]. r 23
1774.
L'Amerique suivant le r. p. Charlevoix, mr. de la Condamine et
plusieurs autres nouvelle observations, [anon.] 19x25. Paris, Le
Rouge, 1774.
 Same.   19x25.   Paris, [Le Rouge, 1777].
[In Lerouge (Georges Louis). Atlas Ameriquain Septentrional, fol.
Paris, le Rouge, 1778-[1792f] no. la].
1774.
A map of the new northern archipelago discovered by the russians in
the seas of Kamtschatka & Anadir.   T. Kitchin sculp.   8x10J.
[In Sta3hling- Storcksburg (Jacobs von). An account of the new northern
archipelago lately discovered by the russians in the Seas of Kamtschatka
and Anadir.    8°.    London, for C. Heydinger, 1774].
1774 — 1792.
Continuacion de los reconocimientos hechos eh la costa no. de America
por los buques de s. m. en varias campafias desde 1774 a 1792.   14^x18.
[In Galiano (Bionisio Alcala).    Relacion del viage hechopor las goletas   ^
Sutil y Mexicdna en 1792, para reconocer el estrecho de Fuca.    Atlas,   fol.
Madrid, imprenta real, 1802-1806.    no. 3].
1775.
A chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic aud
Pacific oceans, with the nearest coasts of Europe, Africa and Asia.
[anon.]    London, R. Sayer & J. Bennett, 1775.
[In Jefferys (Thomas) and others. The american atlas, fol. London,
R. Sayer & J. Bennett, 1776, no. 1-3].
1775.
Carte de comparaison des plans systematiques de mm. Engel et de
Vaugondy sur le nord-est de l'Asie et le nord-ouest de l'Amerique, avec
le plan des cartes modernes. Par J. N. Buache. 1775. Gravee par
J. Dezauche.    10x13.
[In Buache (Jean Nicolas). Memoire sur les pays de VAsie et de
VAmerique.    sm. 4°.    Paris, ehez Vauteur, 1775].
1775.
The russian discoveries, from the map published by the imperial
academy of St. Petersburgh.    [anon.]    London, for R. Sayer, 1775.
[In Jefferys (Thomas) and others.    The american atlas,   fol.    London,*.
R. Sayer & J. Bennett, 1776 no. 4],
1775 — 1779.
Plan de l'entree du port de Bucarelli [Alaska, Prince of Wales'  ^
Island] sur la cote du nord-ouest, de l'Amerique, par 55° 15' de latitude nord et 136° 15' de longitude a l'ouest de Paris: decouverte en
3 77 24
1775 sur la goelette espagnole la Sonora, par d. Juan F'co. de la
Quadra et d. Franco. Ant'o Maurelle; et reconnue plus amplement
dans l'exp6dition de 1779 par les memes officiers et autres de hi
marine d'Espagne.   19Jx27.
[In La Perouse (Jean Francois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde. j
Atlas,   fol.   Paris, VimprimSrie de la republique, 1797, no 26].
Carte r^duite des parties septentrionales du globe, situees entre ]
PAsie et l'Amerique.   Par m. Bellin. A v. Krevelt sculp.   1777.   8x13.
[In Historie gene'rale des voyages.   4°.   A Amsterdam, E. van Harre-
velt, 1777.    v. 22. p. 275].
1778.
A Mercator chart of the world.   By Thos. Bowen.   13x18.
[In Middleton (Charles Theodore). A netv and complete system of geog-1
raphy.   fol.   London, for J. Cooke, 1778.   v.l.p.l],
1778.
A new & accurate map of North America; drawn by Thos. Bowen ^
10Jxl7.
[In Middleton (Charles Theodore). A new and complete system of geog-1
raphy.   fol.   London, for J. Cooke, 1779,   v, 2p. 486],
1778 — 1779.
Carte de la cote n. o. de l'Aruerique et de la cdte n. e. de l'Asie
reconnues en 1778 et 1779.   Par m. Bonne.   9x13.
[In Atlas encyclopedique.   4°.   Paris, hotel de Thou, 1788.   map 131].
Note.—Encyclopedic m6thodique.
1778 — 1779.
Chart of n. w. coast of America, and n. e. coast of Asia.   Explored .;
by capt. Cook and capt. Clerke, in the years 1778 & 1779.    [anon.]
9£xl7.    [n.p. 1779]t
1778 — 1789.
A chart of the northern Pacific ocean, containing the n. e. coast of j
America explored in 1778 & 1779, by capt Cook, and further explored I
in 1788 & 1789, by John Meares.   17x23.
[In Meares (John).    Voyages made in 1788 and 1789.    4°.   London,
1790].
1778 — 1789.
Chart of the n. w. coast of America and n. e. coast of Asia, explored
i the years 1778 & 1779, by capt. Cook, and further explored, in 1788,1
and 1789.   J. Haywood del. 17x25.
[In Meares (John).    Yoydges made in the years 1788 and 1789.   4°.
London, 1790.   p. 1], 25
1778- 1779.
A chart of the north west coast of America and north east coast of
Asia, explored in the years 1778 & 1779.    [anon.]   8.Jxl4.    London, A.
Hegg, [1779]?
1780.
A chart of the discoveries made by the late capt. Cook & other
european navigators in the great Pacific ocean between Asia & America.    By T. Kitchen.    14x17.    [London], for R.Baldwin, 1780.
'[In London (The) magazine. 8°. London, for R. Baldwin, [1780] v.
49.   July, 1780, to face pp. 307].
1783.
[Map of Behrings strait and adjoining coast,   no.    title.   8Jxl5].
[In Neue nordische beytrage.   8°.   St. Petersburg, 1783.   v. 4 at end],
1784.
Chart of the n. w. coast of America and n. e. coast of Asia, explored
by capt. Cook in the years 1778 & 1779. The unshaded parts of the
coasts of Asia are taken from a ms. chart received from the russians.
7Jxl2£.    [London], Harrison & co., 1784.
1784.
Chart of the n. w. coast of America and the n. e. coast of Asia,
explored in the years 1778 and 1779. Prepared by lieut Hen'y Roberts,
under the immediate inspection of capt. Cook. Engraved by W. Palmer,
col.    16x27.    London, W. Faden, 1784.
1785.
Map of the north west, by Peter Pond.    [Reproduced].   19x28.
[In Canada.    Sessional papers,    v. 24.   face page 53],
Note :—To accompany memorials of the North west co. Memorial of Peter Pond,
&c. This map is also found.in uReport on Canadian archives. By D. Brymner.
1890."
1785—1788.
Mappemonde ou carte reduite des parties connues du globe pour
servir an voyage de La Perouse fait dans les annees 1785, 86, 87 et 88.
23x36 J.
[In La Perouse (Jean Francois Galaup ae). Voyage autour du monde.
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 1].
1785—1788.
Mapa de la parte del norte del mar del Sur, sacado de la carta
general 'llamada de Cook, publicada en Paris el ano de 1785 con la
obra de su expedicion. Se ha corregido en algunos puntos, y se ha
transport ado del meridiano de Greenwich al de Tenerife, Madrid, ano
de 1788.   Drouet lo grabo.    10}xl3J.
[In Malo de Luque (Eduardo). Historia politica de los establecimientos
ultramarinos de las naciones Europeas. 4°. Madrid, A. de Sancha, 1788
Vl4.   p. 592]. 26
1785—1788.
Carte generate d'une partie de la cote du nord-ouest de l'Amerique
reconuue par les fregates fianyaises la Boussole et 1'Astrolabe assu-
jettie au point journalier de la fregate la Boussole determine astrono
miquement par m. Dagelet.   26^x19\.
[In La Perouse (Jean Frangois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde.
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 16].
Note.—See also London edition 1799 for maps of La Perouse.
1785—1788.
Carte du Grand ocean ou Mer du Sud dressee pour la relation du
voyage de decouvertes faites par les fregates francaises la Boussole
et l'Astrolabe dans les anuses 1785, 86, 87 et 88.    19|x27.
[In La Perouse (Jean Frangois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde.
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 5],
1786.
Carte particuliere de la cote du nord ouest de PAmerique reconnue
par les frigates francaises la Boussole et l'Astrolabe en 1786., 3 sheets
each.    19Jx27.
[In La Perouse (Jean Frangois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde.
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 17, 29, 31.]
1786.
Plan du port des francais sur la cote du nord-ouest de l'Amerique,
par 58°. 37 de latitude nord et 139°. 5(V de longitude occidentale
d£couvert le 2 juiilet 1786 par les fregates francaise la Boussole et
l'Astrolabe. 19Jx26£.
[In La Perouse {Jean Francois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde. \
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 19].
1786 — 1787.
Carte des cotes de l'Amerique et des l'Asie depuis la Californie j
jusqu'a Macao d'apres les decouvertes faites en 1786 et 1787. par les J
frigates francaises la Boussolle et l'Astrolabe.   19^x27.
[hi La Perouse (Jean Frangois Galaup de). Voyage autour du monde. j
Atlas, fol. Paris, Vimprimerie de la republique, 1797, no. 15].
1786 — 1787.
A chart of the north west coast of America with the tracks of the J
King George & Queen Charlotte in 17Si) & 1787. By Nathaniel Port-J
lock.    Engraved by J. Reid & W. Harrison.    19x36.
[In Portlock (Nathaniel). A voyage round the world. 4°. London, for
J. Stockdale, 1789.   p. 1.]
1786 — 1787.
Kaart van de noord-west-kust van America.   14x17.
[In Portlock (Nathaniel) and Bixon. (George). Reis naar de noord-\
tcest kust van America gedaan i?i dejaren 1785-1788. sm. 4°. Te Amster-m
dam, M. D. Schalekamp, 1795]. 27
1786 — 1794.
A chart of the strait between Asia & America with the coast of
Tschutski, laid down from astronomical observations made in the Icy
sea during the years 1786 &c. to 1794. Drawn by A. Arrowsmith.
16x24.
[In Sauer (Martin). An account of a geographical and astronomical
expedition to the northernptarts of Russia. Performed by Joseph Billings,
1785-94.    4°.   London, for T. Cadell, jr. 1802].
1787.
A new general chart of the world, exhibiting the whole of the discoveries made by the late captain James Cook, with the tracks of the
ship under hi» command and those of capn. Phipps (now lord Mulgrave)
in his expedition to the North Pole.    16x22 J. , London, W. Faden, 1787.
1788.
Carte de l'entree de Norton et du detroit de Bhering ou l'on voit le
cap le plus oriental de l'Asie et la pointe la plus occidentale de l'Amerique.    Par. m. Bonne.    9x13.
[In Atlas encyclopedique.    4°.    Paris, hotel de Thou, 1788.    map 130].
Note.—Encyclopedic methodique.
1788.
Chart of the north west coast of America, with the tracks of the
King George and Queen Charlotte in 1786 & 1787. By George Dixon.
1788.    23x35.
[In Bixon (Capt. George). A voyage round the world. 4°. London,
G. Goulding, 1789.   front.]
1788.
Mapa general del imperio Ruso alio 1788.    Drouet lo grabo.    9JxL4.
[In Malo de Luque [Eduardo).    Eistoriapolitica de los establecimientos
ultramarinos de las naciones Europeas.   8°.   Madrid, A. de Sancha, 1788.
v. 4].
Note.—Gives "Parte de la America."
I
1789.
A map comprehending Bherings strait, with the adjoining coasts of
America.    7Jx8.
[In  Treesler  (John).    The habitable world  described.   8°.    London,
1789.    v. 5.   p. 98].
1789 — 1791.
[Charts of the north west coast of North America.    By Alexander
Dalrymple.   fol.    London, 1789-91, vol. 2]. 28
CONTENTS.
Sketch of the strait between the islands. Oonalaska and Sedaghur by John Henry
Cox, esq'r.    1789.
Plan of Muscle-Cove called by the natives Agamki on the n. w. side of the Great
Eastern bay of Oonalaska by Johii Henry Cox, esq'r.    1789.
Port Etches by James Johnstone, a master in the royal navy, 1787.
Plan of Snug Corner Cove in Prince-Willi am sound.
Plan of the inlet of Biicareli. Discovered in 1775 with the Sonora by don Juan
Franc'o. de la Quadra and don Franc'o. Ant'o. Mourelle, and minutely examined in
the expedition of 1779, by the same and other officers. From a Spanish mss. communicated by John Henry Cox, esq'r. to whom this plate is inscribed by his most
obliged Dairymple.
Sketch of Port Stephens by Charles Duncan, master in the royal navy, 1788.
Plan of Calamity harbour by James Johnstone, a master in the royal navy.
Milbank's sound by Charles Duncan, master in the royal navy, 1788.
Sketch of Port Safety on the east side of Calvert's island by Charles Duncan,
master in the royal navy, 1788.
Chart of part of the n. w. coast of America by capt. James Hanna in Snow Sea
Otter, 1786.
.  Plan of St. Patrick's bay by capt. James Hanna, 1786.    It seems to be the same as V
Soottsbay.
Track of the Snow Experiment in company with the captain Cook, by S. Wedg-1
brough. S-y>
Plan of Rose's harbour by James Johnstone, a master in the royal navy, 1787.
Sketch of a bay at the southern part of Nova Hibernia by Charles Duncan,
master in the royal navy, 1788.
Etches-sound by Charles Duncan, master in the royal navy, 1788.
Plan of Port Brooks by James Johnstone, a master iu the royal navy, 1787.
Sketch of Wic-a-na-nish's harbour (Clioquot or Port-Cox) by capt. Barkley, 1787.
Sketch of Raft-Cove in Queen Charlotte sound by capt. Robert Funter.
Sketch of Scott's bay on the n. w. coast of America to David Scott, esq'r.
Sketch of Friendly bay in Nootka sound.
Sketch of Ahouset by Charles Duncan, master in the royal navy, 1788.
etch of Clioquot or Port Cox. on the n. w. coast of America by capt. Robert
Finite
in the royal
Plan of P<
Plan of M
Plan of ti]
y Tamariz, ]
Plan of P«
i trance of the strait of Juan de Fuca by Charles Duncan, master I
loth, august, 1788.
, Francisco on the west coast of California.
y on California by don Josef Tobar y Tamariz, 7th december, 1786. I
Principe in the channel of Sr. Barbara by don Josef Tob
;o on the west coast of California. 1782.
IT
1789—1793.
A map of America between the latitudes 40 and 70 and longitudes 45
and 180 west exhibiting Mackenzies track from Montreal to Fort Chip-!
ewyau & from thence to the North sea in 1789 & in the West Pacific
ocean in 1793.   17Jx26.   London, A. Mackenzie, 1801.
| Iu Mackenzie (Alexander). Voyages from Montreal to the PacifiA
ocean,   4°,   London, for T. Cadell, jr. 1801.   p. 122]. 29
1790—1792.
Hydrographical chart of the known parts of the globe between the
seventieth parallel north and the sixtieth south. Constructed by.C. F.
Beautemps Beaupre 13x29.
[In Fleurieu (Charles Pierre Claret). A voyage round the world performed during the years 1790-1792, by Etienne Marchand. 4°. London,
Longman, 1801.    Charts &c. v. 3].
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver esq. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker, in which the continental shore has
been finally traced and determined from lat'd. 38°. 15' 1ST. and long'd.
237°. 27' E. to to lat'd. 45°. 46' M and long'd. 236°. 15' E. London,
1798.    J. Edwards.    30x24£.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world, [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol.    London, for G. G. & J. Robinson, 1798].
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver, esq. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental shore has
been traced and determined from lat: 45°. 30' N". and long: 236°. 12' E.
to lat: 52°. 15'1ST. and long: 232°. 40' E. London, 1798. J. Edwards.
31x24^.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world, [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol.   London, for G.G. & J. Robinson, 1798].
1890 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham. Commanded by George Vancouver, esq'r. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker in which the continental shore has
been correctly traced and determined from lat'de 57°. 07^ N. and long'de
227°. 00' E. to lat'd. 59o. 59' K and long'd. 219°. OO7 E.- London, 1798.
J.Edwards.   29x24£.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world [etc.] performed in the years, 1790-95. Atlas,
fol.   London, for G. G. & J. Robinson, 1798]..
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver, esq'r and prepared from the foregoing
Ft?*'. 1/
30
surveys under his immediate inspection by lieu't. Edw'd Eoberts in
which the continental shore has been correctly traced and determined
from lat. 29°. 54'1ST. and long. 244°. 33' E. to Cape Douglas in lat. 58°.
52' K and long. 207°, 20' E. during the summer of 1792,1793 and 1794.
London, 1798.   J. Edwards.   30£x23£.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world, [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol. London, for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798].
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver, esq'r. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker, in which the continental shore has
been correctly traced and determined from lat'd. 59°. 45' N. and long'd.
219°. 30' E. to lat'd. 59°. 56' N. and long'd 212°. 08' E. London, 1798.
J. Edwards.   21f x29.
[In Vancouver (George), A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world, [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol. London, for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798],
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver, esq'r. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker; in which the continental shore has
been correctly traced and determined, from the lat'de. of 59°. 30 North
& long'de. 207°. 20' East, to Cape Douglas in lat'de. 58°. 52' North and
long'de. 207°. 20' East.    London, 1798.    T. B. Edwards.   31x24J.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the icorld, [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol. London, for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798].
1790 — 1795.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of his majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham commanded by George Vancouver, esq. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieu't. Joseph Baker in which the continental shore has
been correctly traced and determined from lat. 51°. 45' N. and long.
232°. 08' E. to lat. 57°. 30' N. and long. 226°. 44' E. London, 1798. J.
Edwards.   30x24J.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean, and round the world [etc.] performed in the years 1790-95. Atlas,
fol. London, for G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798].
1791.
Entwurf der neuesten entdeckungen an der nordwestkiiste von
America  nach Hanna, Johnstone, Wedgborough, Portlock, Dixon, I 31
Reisen nach der nordwest-
Aus dem englischen uber-
de
Duncan, Meares and de la Quadra, von Georg Foster.   Gestochen von
Carl Jack.   23£xl8£.
[In Meares (John) and Bouglas (William). Reisen nach der nor dw est-
kiiste von Amerika in denjahren 1780 bis 1789. Aus dem englischen ilber-
setzt von Georg Foster.   4°.   Berlin, 1796].
1791.
Karte des nordens von America, zur beurtheilung der wahrschein-
lichkeit einer nord-westlichen durchfahrt; gezeichnet von G. Forster,
1791. Gestochen von Carl Jack.   19x25£.
[In Meares (John) and Bouglas (William).
kiiste von Amerika in denjahren 1786 bis 1789,
setzt von Georg Foster.   4°.    Berlin, 1796].
1791—1792.
Carta esferica dex los reconociemientos hechos en la- costa n. o
America en 1791, y 92 por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana.   19x14.
[In Galiano (Bionisio Alcala). Ralacion del viage en el ano de 1792.
fol.   Madrid, 1802.    Cartas].
1791 — 1792.
Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la costa n. o. de
America en 1791 y 92. por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana y otros buques
de s. m.    19113J.
[In Galiano (Bionisio Alcala). Relacion del viage hecho por las
goletas Sutil y Mexicana en 1792, para reconocer el estrecho de Fuca.
Atlas,   fol.    Madrid, imprenta real, 1802-1806.    no. 2]:
1791 — 1792.
Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la Costa N. O. de
America en 1791. y 92. por las Goletas Sutil, y Mexicana y otros buques
de S. M. Certified to be a true photozincographic facimile of the map
no. 2 of the u Atlas para el viage de las Goletas Sutil y Mexicana al
reconocimiento del estrecho de Juan de Fuca en 1792, Publicado en
1802." Cardano lo grabo. Ordnance survey office, Southampton, no. 2.
20x14.
1792.
Cote nord-ouest de l'Amerique reconnue par le cape. Vancouver IV
e. partie. Depuis 51°. 45'. de latitude septent 'le et 232°. 8' de longitude
jusqti, a 57°. 30'. de latit'de et 22G°. 44' de long.   18x24.
[In Message from the president, transmitting report on the boundary
line between Alaska and British Columbia. Ex. doc. no. 146. 50th cong.
2d sess.    Senate],
1792—1888.
America. North-west coast Port Simpson to Cross sound including
the  Koloschensk archipelago.    Chiefly from Vancouver's survey in
1792. Corrected from a russian chart published in 185 >.    With corrections and additions from plans published by the U. S. government 32
to 1886. [etc.] 41^x26. London, admiralty, .1865. Large corrections
march, 1884. July, 1886. Feb. 1888. British admiralty chart no. 2431.
[In Message from the president, transmitting report on the boundary
line between Alaska and British Columbia. Ex. doc.no. 146. 50th cong.
2d sess.    Senate].
1792—1888.
America north west coast. Port Simpson to Cross sound including
Koloschensk Archipelago chiefly from Vancouver's survey in 1792.
Corrected from a russian chart published in 1853. With corrections
and additions from plans published by the U. S. government to 1886.
and by nav. lieut. Moulton h. m. s. Osprey; 1879. 41x35. London,
admiralty, 1865.   Large corrections march 1884, July 1886, feb. 1888.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2431].
Note.—Portland & Observatory inlets from staff comm'r. Pender's survey, 1868.
1792—1794.
Carte de la partie de la cote nord ouest de l'Amerique reconnue
pendant les et£s de 1792, 1793 et 1794 depuis 29° 54', de latitude nord'
et 244°. 3-3' de longitude orientale, j usque au cap. Douglas par 58°. 52',
de latitude et 207°. 20' de longitude, par le capitaine George Vancouver
commandant la Decouverte et le Chatham: avec les routes de ces deux
Batimens: redigee par le lieutenant Edward Roberts d'apres les reconnaissances et les observations.   17Jx23.
[In Message from the president, transmitting report on the boundary
line between Alaska and British Columbia Ex. doc. no. 146. , 50th cong.
2d sess.    Senate],
1792—1794.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America with the tracks
of h. m. sloop Discovery and tender Chatham prepared from the original surveys of lieut. Edwd. Roberts from lat. 29°. 54 N. and longitude
244°. 33 E. to caj)t. Douglas in lat. 58°. 52 N. and long. 207°. 20 E. during
1792-1794.   30x23.    London, 1798.    republished 2d ed. 1801.
[In Vancouver (George). A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific
ocean.   A new ed.   8°.   London, for J. Stockdale, 1801.   v.1].
1794.
A new map of North America, agreeable to the latest discoveries.
T. Conder sculp.   8x10.   London, 1794.
[In Wilkinson (Robert).   A general atlas,   fol.   London, 1800].
1796.
A correct chart of the west coast of North America from Bhering's
strait t<> Nootka sound.   B. Callender sculpt.   7Jx9J.
[In Ma I h<ui (John). The naval gazetteer. 1st american ed. 8°. Boston, W. Spotswood & J. Nancrede, 1797. v. 1.   p. 30],
Notk.—Contains "A general chart of the world." 33
1796.
A map of the discoveries made by capts. Cook & Clerke in the years
1778-1779 between the eastern coast of Asia and the western coast of
North America when they attempted to navigate the North Sea. Also
mr. Hearn's discoveries to the north westward of Hudson's bay in 1772.
7£xll.
Carey''s american atlas,   fol.   Philadelphia, J I.
P. G.
aris, chez les auteurs,
J. Scott sculp,    [anon.]
[In Carey (Mathew).
Carey, 1796.    no. 20].
1798.
Carte gen^rale et politique de l'Amerique par E. Mentelle et
Chanlaire.    An. vl [1798].    col. fold. 13x17
an vl [1798].
1798.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks
of His Majesty's sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; commanded by George Vancouver, esqr. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the continental shore has
been traced and determined from lat: 45°, 30' N. and long. 236°, 12' E.
to lat: 52°, 157 N; and long. 232°, 40' E. at the different periods shewn
by the tracks.
Certified to be a photozincographic copy of "A chart shewing part of
the coast of n. w. America, with the tracks of his majestys sloop Discovery and armed tender Chatham; Commanded by George Vancouver
esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by lieut. Joseph
Baker, in which the continental shore has been traced and determined
from lat: 45°, 30' M and long. 236°, 12' E. to lat: 52°, 15' N. and long.
232°, 40' E. at the different periods shewn by the tracks". Engraved
by Warner—Published at London, may 1st. 1798. by J. Edwards & G.
Robinson.    Ordnance survey office, Southampton.    31x24^.
Behring's strait, 6x5.
[In Luff man (John).
ports &c. in the world.
1801.
Select plans of the principal cities, harbours,
.m.    4°,    London, 1801.    v. 2\.
1802.
Karta morskikh otkryti Rossiiskimi moreplavateliami na Tikhom i
Ledovitom moriakh v razngkh godakh utchinennykh.    1802.   29^x39J.
Note.—Map of the naval discoveries of russian navigators in the Pacific and
Arctic [glacial or frozen] seas made during several years. Compiled in his majesty's
depot Of charts after later foreign naval expeditions and engraved in the year 1802.
With ms. notes in french. A copy of this map with some difference in french ins,
note, entitled on fly leaf Map of the north-west coasts of America and the Aleutian
and Kurile islands, published in the quartermaster-general's department, St. Peters-
burgh, 1802", is found in "Fur seal arbitration. Proceedings vol. 5. at end. Also
"Map of the northern portion of the North Pacific ocean ".
5395 3 34
1803.
Chart of the russian & english discoveries in the North Pacific ocean.
12x20.    [London.]   T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1803.
[In Burney (James). A chronological history of north eastern voyages
of discovery.   8°.   London, 1819].
Note.—This map is also found in Wm. Coxe's Account of the Russian discoveries
etween A si m and Ame
idon, 180;
1803.
Siberia.   6Jx9J.
[In Coxe (William). Account of the russian discoveries between Asia
and America.   4°.   London, 1803],
1803.
Chart of the russian & english discoveries in the North Pacific
ocean.   Neele sc.   20x12.   London, 1803.
[In Coxe (William). Account of the russian discoveries between Asia
and America.   4th ed.   8°.   London, Cadell & Bavies, 1803, p. 21].
1803.
Chart of the russian & english discoveries in the North Pacific
ocean.   12x20.
[In Coxe (William). Account of the russian discoveries between Asia
and America.   4°.   London, 1803.   p. 17],
1804.
A chart of the nth. west coast of America, the nth east coast of
Asia, shewing the discoveries that have been lately made in those
parts.   Engrav'd by E. G. Gridley.   Boston.    7x11.
[In Morse (Jedidiah). The american gazetteer. 2d ed. 8°. Charles-
town, 1804].
Between 1807 — 1811.
A map of part North America from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean
and from north latitude 19° 0' 0" to 43° 0' 0", west longitude 78° 0' 0"
to 113° 0' 0" [anon.] ms. Cop'd from an original in the possession general Salcedo at Chiluedo in Biscay. By John Hills, Philadelphia, 1811.
33x65J.    [n. p.   1807-11].
1809.
Karta zaliva Sitkhi, nakhodiashtgosia i siverszapadnago berga
Amerika.   23x34.
Chart of the bay of Sitka, found on the northwest coast of Amerika.
[In Golovnin (Vastly Mikhailovich). Puteshestvie vokrug sviesta, po
povelieniyo gooundara imperatora sovershennoe, na voennom shliupie
Kamtchatkie v 1817, 1818 i 1819 godakh Tchast vtoraia. Sanktpeterbug
v morskoi typografiye, 1822 goda.
Voyage around the world, made by command of the sovereign emperor in
the tear sloop Kamchatka, in the years 1817, 1818 and 1819, vol. 2. St.
Petersburg, naval typography, 1822]. 35
1815—1818.
Carte du detroit de Behring. Plan du group des iles Rumanzoff.
Cartes des iles Radaek et Ralik.   3 maps.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages. 1822. 13-14. ler serie. 13-14.
8°.   Paris, Gidefils, 1822].
Note.—To accompany "Analyses critiques" upon Kotzebue's voyage.
1815 — 1818.
Carte du detroit de Behring.    7Jx8.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages. Publiees par mm. J. B. Eyries et
Malte-Brun.   8°.   Paris, 1822.    v. 13 p. 132].
1816.
Charte von der Behring strassee nach Merkators projection. 1816.
15x15.
[In Kotzebue (Otto von). Entdeckungsreese in des Sildsee und nach des
Berings-strasse.   8°.    Wien, 1825],
1818.
British North America. From mr. Arrowsmith?s map of North
America.    19Jx27.
[In Pinkerton (John). A modern atlas, fol, Philadelphia, -T, Bobson
& son, 1818.
1818.
Map of the countries around the North Pole.    7x7.
^   [In Barrington (Baines).    The possibility of approaching the North
Pole asserted.   8°.   New York, 1818,]
1818.
North America. Drawn under the direction of mr. Pinkerton by I.
Hebert.   19Jx27.
[In Pinkerton (John), A modern atlas, fol, Philadelphia, T, Bobson
& son, 1818],
1819.
A map of Mexico, Louisiana and the Missouri territory including
also the state of Mississippi, Alabama territory, east & west Florida,
Georgia, South Carolina & part of Cuba, by John H. Robinson, col.
fold.   67x65.   Philadelphia, J. L. Narstin, [1819].
Note.—Gives "Western boundary of the United States according to the late
treaty." Also as far as territory claimed by Russia, England, United' States, and
Spain.
1819.
. Chart of the north coast of Asia and of the sea to the north' of
Bering's strait.   9x16.
[In Burney (James). A chronological history of north-eastern voyages
of discovery.   8°.   London, 1819]. 36
1819.
Chart of the russian & english discoveries in the North Pacific ocean.
Neele sc.   12xl9J.   [London] T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1803.
[In Burney (Capt. James). A chronological history of north-eastern
voyages of discovery and of the early eastern navigations of the russians.
8°.    London, for Payne & Foss, 1819].
Note.—Contains also a chart of the north coast of Asia, and of the sea to the
north of Bering's strait.
1819 — 1820.
Chart of the discoveries and route of his majesty's ship Hecla and
Griper in search of a north west passage, under the command of lieut.
(now captain) Parry in the years 1819 and 1820, and drawn under his'
immediate inspection by John Bushman. 9x37. London, J. Murray,
1821.
1819 — 1853.
The Arctic shores of America and part of Asia; shewing the tracts
& discoveries of h. m. s. Hecla & Griper, &c.    8^x25.
[In Brown (John, f r. g. s.) The north tvest passage. 2d ed. 8°.
London, 1860.   at end].
1819 — 1853.
The Arctic shores of America and part of Asia retcJ Drawn from
official documents by John Arrowsmith.    8x24.
[In Great Britain. Parliament. Reports from committees. 1854-5.
v. 7].
Note.—Gives the course of the Yucon.
1819—1854.
Chart of the discoveries in the Arctic sea from Behring strait to Baffin's bay, 1819 to 1854.    14x25.
[In Belcher (Sir Edward). The last of the Arctic voyages. 8°. London,
1855.    v. 1].
1820—1823
Map of the north-east part of Siberia, to illustrate the narrative of
the expedition to the Polar sea in 1820, 21, 22. & 23. Commanded by
lieut. Ferdinand von Wrangell.    15^x24.
[In Wrangell (Ferdinand von). Narrative of the expedition to the Polar
sea.   12°.   London, 1844. at end]. v^tl
1821.
Carte de la partie occidentale des Etats-Unis, dress^e pour servir a
intelligence des decouvertes des americans dans cette partie et notam-
ment pour celles de mm. Hunt et Stuart faites en 1811-1813, par le
chev. Lapie, 1821.   9£xl6.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages. Publiees par mm. J. B. Eyries et
Malte-Brun.   8°.   Paris, 1821.   p. 21]. 37
1821.
Carte d'une partie de Focean Arctique et de l'Amerique Septentrionale.   Par le chev'r. Lapie, 1821.   12£xl7.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages. Publiees par m. m. J. B. Eyries et
Malte-Brun.   8°.   Paris, 1821.^ v. 11].
Note.—Gives Russian America.
1822.
A map of North America, constructed according to the latest information.   By H. S. Tanner.   4 sheets.
[In his A new atlas,   fol.   Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner, 1823].
Note.—Gives boundary as claimed by .Russia.
1823—1826.
Generalnaia karta Yuzhnago moria.   22x36.
General chart of the Pacific ocean.    2 sheets.
Note.—Sheet 2 contains the west coast of America from the equator to lat. 72° 30'
north.    Gives boundary line of 1825.    By the russian hydrographic ofiice.
1823. fiB
Charte von Nord America nach Arrowsmith; v. Humboldt und
anderen verlassigen hiilfsmittelnentworfen von Joseph Dirwald. 1823.
35x45.    Wien, F. Mollo, 1823.
1824 — 1835.
Carte gene'rale de l'ocean Pacifique.   1824.
Corrigee jusqu'en 1835.   22x35.
[In Krusenstern (Adam Johann von). Atlas de Vocean Pacifique. fol.
St. Petersburg, 1827.   no. 1].
1825.
Karte pokazuiushtchaia vkhadi v port Novo-Arkhangelsk nakhodi-
ashtchiya na ostrovie Sitkhie pri siverozapadnikh beregakh Ameriki
1825.   24^x38.
[In Kotzebue (Otto von)]. Puteshestvie vokrug svieta, sovershennoepo
povelieniyo gocudarya imperatora Alaksandra pervago, na voennom ahli-
upie Predpriyatie, v 1823, 24,25 i 26 godakh. Sanktpeterburg, v morskoi
typografiye, 1828 qoda.
[ Voyage around the world, made by command of the sovereign emperor
Alexander the first, in the war sloop Predpriyatie, in the years 1823,24,
25 and 26.    St Petersburg, naval typography, 1828].
Note.—Map showing the entrance to the port of Nre Archangel situated on the
bay of Sitka on the northwest coast of America.
1826.
Generalnaia karta Yuzhnago moria.   List 2.   1826.   22Jx36.
General chart of the South sea [i. e. Pacific ocean].   Sheet 2.   From
the equator to lat. 72° 30' n.   By the russian hydrographic office.
Note.—Gives boundary line of 1825 between Russia and British possessions. 38
1826.
General map of North America.   23x33.
[In Collot (Georges Henry Victor). Voyage dans VAmerique Septentrionale.   Atlas.   4°. j Paris, A. Bertrand, 1826.   plate 1],
1826.
Map of North America including all the recent geographical discoveries.   1826.   Drawn by D. H. Vance.   21Jxl7.
[In Finley (Anthony). A new american atlas, fol. Philadelphia, A.
Finley, 1826].
Note.—Gives "boundary line between the United States and Russia settled by
convention, april 15,1824."
1826.
British possessions in North America. Drawn & engraved by J. &
C. Walker.   12x17.   [London] Whittaker & co. 1836.
[In Martin (Robert Montgomery). The british colonial library. 16°.
London.   E. G. Bohn, 1844,   v. 1, p. 1],
Note.—Gives Russian-British boundary 1825.
1826 — 1827.
Chart of part of the north west coast of America, from Point Rodney
to Point Barron. By capt. F. W. Beechey in h. m. s. Blossom. 1826
& 1827.   J. & C. Walker sculpt.   17Jxl3.
[In Beechey (Frederic William).   Narrative of a voyage to the Pacific
. and Beerings strait.   4°.   London, H. Colborn & R. Bentley, 1831.   v. 1,
p. 328].
1826 — 1827.
Chart of part of the north west coast of America, from Point Rodney
to Point Barrow. By captain F. W. Beechey, r. n. in h. m. s. Blossom,
assisted by lieut. E. Belcher, [etc.] 1826 & 1827. 30£x23J. London,
admiralty, 1830.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart],
1826 — 1829.
Mappe monde pour Intelligence du voyage autour du monde de la
corvettie Seniavine. 1826-1829.   14x18.
[In Liltke (Fedor Petrovitch), Voyage autour du monde, 8°, Paris r
1835.   v. 1 at end],
1826 —1830.
Chart of part of the north west coast of America, from Point Rodney
to Point Barrow. By captain F. W. Beechey r. n., f. r. s. in his
majesty's ship Blossom. 1826 & 1827. 17Jxl3. London, Colburn &
Bentley, 1830. 39
1827 — 1835.
Carte de la presqu'isle d'Aliaska, et de la baie de Bristol. 1827. Cor-
rigee jusqu7 en 1835.   16Jx23.
[In Krusenstern (Adam Johann von). Atlas de Vocean Pacifique. fol.
St. Petersburg, 1827, no. 20].
1827 — 1335.
Carte de Farchipel des isles Kodiack et du detroit de Chelighoff.
1827.   Corrigee jusqu' en 1835.   23^x16.^
[In Krusenstern (Adam Johann von). Atlas de Vocean Pacifique. fol.
St. Petersburg, 1827.   no. 17].
1827 — 1835.
Carte des isles Aleutiennes. 1827. Corrig6e jusqu'en 1835. 2 sheets
each 15Jx23.
[In Krusentern (Adam Johann von). Atlas de Vocean Pacifique. fol.
St. Petersburg, 1827,   no, 18-19],
1827 — 1835.
Carte g6n6ral de l'ocean Pacifique. 1827. Corrigee jusqu'en 1835.
24^x33.
[In Krusenstern (Adam Johann von). Atlas de Vocean Pacifique, fol,
St. Petersburg, 1827.   no. 16],
1828.
Carte general de la mer de Behring.   13x19.
[In Lutke (Fedoric Petrovitch). Voyage autour du monde. 8°. Paris,
1835.   v. 3.]
1829.
Carte generate des fitats Unis.   1829.   9Jxl3.
[In Barbe-Marbois (Frangois). Histoire de la Louisiane. 8°. Paris,
1829, at end].
Note.—Shows the territory acquired by the ''Florida purchase" and the "Louisiana purchase."
1830.
Das Britische Nordamerika. Das Russische Nordamerika. [etcj.
10£xl6J.
[In Schlieben ( Wilhelm Ernest August von). Atlas von. Amerika. sm.
fol.   Leipzig, G. J. Goschen, 1830],
1831.
Map of the provinces of Lower & Upper Canada, Nova Scotia, New
Brunswick, [etc.] With a large section of the United States. By
Joseph Bouchette, jr. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. 38x74. London,
J. Wyld, 1831.
1832.
Map of the world on a globular projection. By A. Arrowsmith, 1832.
38x77.   London, S. Arrowsmith, 1832. 40
1832.
North America. Engraved & printed by Fenner, Sears & co.
19|xl6J.    London, published by T. T. Hintonjetc] 1832.
Note.—Gives " Russian territory."
1833.
Northern coasts of America. Pub. by I. & I. Harper, New York,
1833.   5 J x 9£.
[In Tytler (Patrick Fraser). Historical view of the progress of discovery on the more northern coasts of America. 16°. New York, Harper
& Brothers, 1842],
1833.
Carte d'une partie des possessions russes sur la cote nord-ouest de
l'Amerique pour servir a l'intelligence du voyage de Glasunow.   11J x 19.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages, 1841. v. 89-90. 4 me serie. - v. 5-6.
8°.   Paris, A. Bertrand, [1841] page 5].
Note.—To accompany "Extrait du journal d? Andre" Glasunow, contre-maitre de
la marine imp£riale Russe, pendant son voyage dans le nord-ouest de l'Amerique."
pp. 5-27.
1833.
Nouvelle carte de l'Amerique Septentrionale, du Groenland et des   \
iles qui en dependent.   Par H. Brue.    Oeuvre posthume.   1 sheet fold.
70x48.   Paris, vre Brue, 1833.
Note.—Gives boundary line of Russian America.
1834.
British North America.   12Jxl5J.   London, Baldwin  & Cradock,   I
1834.
[In Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge.    Maps.   4°.   London,   1
Chapman & Hall, 1844].
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary.
1834.
British North America.   R. Scott sc.   8x10.    Glasgow, A. Fullarton,   j
[1834].
[In Bell (James).   A system of geography.   8°.   Glasgow, A. Fullarton |
& co.    1834.    v. 5.   p. 291].
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary, 1825.
1834.
North America. Engd. on steel by Gray & son. 9Jx9. Glasgow,
A. Fullarton, [1834].
[In Bell (James).   A system of geography.   8°.    Glasgotv, A. Fullar- 1
ton & co.   1834.    v. 5.   p. 24].
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary settled 1825.
1835.
Chart of the Arctic discoveries incuding those by capt.  Rosse. I
5Jx9£.
[In Williams (E.) Narrative of the recent voyage of capt. Rosse to the
Arctic regions,   16°.   New York, 1835]. 41
1835.
Chart of the North Polar sea.   Admiralty office, 1835.   24x24.
[In Scoresby (William).   Tlie Franklin expedition.   8°,   London, 1850]*
1835.
North America.   10x8.
[InBradford (Thomas G.) A comprehensive atlas.   4°.   Boston, W. D.
Ticknor, 1835].
Note.*—Gives boundary settled in 1825.
1838.
Map of the United States territory of Oregon west of the Rocky
mountains. By Wash Hood. M. H. Stansbury del. 1838. 18x20. W.
J. Stone sc.   [Washington, 1838].
[In United States. Congress. A collection of maps, etc. published by
order of congress,   fol.    Washington, 1843.   no. 151].
1839.
A map of North America, constructed according to the latest information: by H. S. Tanner.   1839.   4 sheets.
[In his A  new american atlas,   fol.   Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner,
1839].
Note.—Gives boundary of 1824.
1839.
North America.   Engraved by Sidney Hall.   14^x10.
[In Matthew (Patrick).   Emigration fields.   12°.   Edinburgh, A. & C.
Black, 1839.   front]
Note.—Gives Russian-British boundary settled 1825.
1839.
Northern coast of America.   Drawn by W. Johnson.   6x10.
[In Murray (Hugh).   An historical and descriptive account of British
America.   2d ed.   16°.   Edinburgh, 1839.   v. 3.   front.]
1840.
Colton's illustrated & embellished steel plate map of the world on
Mercator's projection. Compiled drawn & engraved by D.G.Johnson,   fold.   52x77.   New York, J. H. Colton, 1849.
Note.—Gives Russian territory in America and boundary of 1825.
1840.
The north-west coast of North America and adjacent territories.
Compiled from the best authorities under the direction of Robert
Greenhow to accompany his Memoir on the north-west coast, published
by order of the senate of the United States. Drawn by David H. Burr.
16x21£.
[In United States, Senate. 26th cong. 1st. sess. 174. Senate documents,   v. 4.    1839-1840],
Note.—This map is also found in Greenhow's Memoir, historical and political, on
the northwest coast of North America.   1840. 42
1841.
Archipelago of Arro, gulf of Georgia, Ringgolds channel and straits
of Fuca, Oregon territory.   1841.   25x23.
[In Wilkes (Charles), United States exploring expedition during 1838-
42,   Atlas, fol,   Philadelphia, C, Sherman & son, 1858.   v. 2.   map 77].
1841.
Map of the Oregon territory.    1841.   22x33J.
[In Wilkes (Charles).    United States exploring expedition during 1838^
42.   Atlas,   fol.   Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son, 1858.   v. 2.   map 67].
Note.—Also found in the Atlas.    4°.    Edition of 1844.
1842.
Pacific ocean, by J. Arrowsmith, 1842.
[In his The London atlas of universal geography, fol.   London, J.
. Arrou-smith, 1842—[1850] no. 38].
1842.
The world.   20x30.   New York, J. H. Colton, [1842].
[In Fisher (Richard S.)    The book of the world.   8°.   New York, J. H.
Colton, 1849,   v. 2,    at end].
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary 1825.    Copyright by W. Williams.
1842 — 1844.
Carte des parties de la Russie Americaine explorees de 1842 a 1844
par m. le lieutenant de marine Zagoskine.   14Jxl4.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages, 1850, vol, 125-126. '5me serie,
21-22.   8°,   Paris, A. Bertrand, [1850] page 5],
Note.—To accompany "Resum6 des journeaux de P expedition executee dans
Finterieur de PAme'rique Russe, pendant les annees 1842-43-44, sous la direction de
m. le lieutenant de marine Zagoskine; lu par Fauteur, m. le captaine-lieutenant de.
marine Zelenoi a Fune'des seances de la Soci^te* geographique de Russie. Traduit
du russe, et augment6 d'un appendice, par in. le prince Emmanuel Galitzin". pp..
5-16.
1843.
Hutawa (Edward). Map of the Oregon territory of the United
States, exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by the
British Hudson bay company, connected with the western and northwestern fur trade.   14x18.   St. Louis, Mo.   E. Hutawa, 1843.
1843.
North America.   15x12.    [London] Chapman & Hall, 1843.
[In Society for the diffusion ofuseful knowledge.   Maps,   4°.   London,
Chapman & Hall, 1844],
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary of 1625. 43
1844.
A map of the Oregon territory. Drawn on stone by J. Traxton.
17x13.
[In Bunn (John). History of the Oregon territory. 8°. London,
Edwards & Hughes, 1844].
1844.
Karta Ledovitago moria i Yostchnago okeana, 1844.   24^x35.
Map of the Artie [Glacial] sea and the eastern ocean.
Compiled from the newest descriptions by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry [of Russia], 1844.'
Note.—Gives the Russian-American boundary of 1825. A corrected edition is
found under 1864.
1844.
Carte de la cdte de l'Amerique sur l'ocean Pacifique Septentrionale
comprenant le territoire de l'Oregon, les Californies, la Mer Yermeille,J
partie des territoires de la compagnie de la baie d'Hudson, et de
PAmerique Russe.   Dressee par m. Duflot de Mofras.   36x22J.
[In Buflot de Mofras (Eugene). Exploration du territoire de VOregon,
[etc.]    Atlas,   fol.   Paris, A. Bertrand, 1844],
1844.
Carte de Poce'an Pacifique au nord de l'lilquateur.   ll£xl5J.
[In Bufiot de Mofras (Eugene).   Exploration du territoire de VOregon
[etc.]    Atlas,   fol.   Paris, A. Bertrand, 1844].
1844.
Chart of the Pacific ocean exhibiting the tracks and researches of
the U. S. exploring expedition with corrections to the year 1844. Sheet
no.l.   23x23.
[In Wilkes (Charles). United States exploring expedition during 1838-
42.   Atlas,   fol.   Philadelphia, C. Sherman & son, 1858.   v. 1.]
1844.
Map of the western & middle portions of North America.   22Jx25.
[In  Greenhow  (Robert).    The history of Oregon and California 8°.
Boston, C. G. Little & J. Brown, 1844].
Note.—Gives British-Russian boundary of 1825.
1844 — 1864.
Karta Ledovitago moria i Yostotchnago okeana.   24x36J.
Chart of the Arctic sea and the Eastern ocean. Compiled by the
hydrographic department of the marine ministry. 1844. Corrected to
1864. no. 1345.
Note.—Gives boundary line of 1825. 44
1844 — 1880.
Karta Ledovitago moria i. Yostotchnago okeana.   24Jx36J.
Chart of the Arctic sea and the Eastern ocean. Compiled by the
hydrographic department of the marine ministry. 1844. Corrected to
1880. no. 1345.
Note.—Gives boundary line of 1825.
1845.
Map of the country north of Athabaska lake, North America. Traversed by the different Arctic expeditions. 8x12. London, R. Bentley,
1845.
[In Simpson (Alexander). The life and travels of Thomas Simpson,
the Arctic discoverer 12°.   London, R. Bentley, 1845].
1845.
[Map of the territory of Oregon].    Thayer & co.
lith.    Boston.
7£x9.
[In Sturgis(William). The Oregon question. 8°. Boston, Jordon, Swift
& Wiley, 1845].
1846.
Map of the United States territory of Oregon west of the Rocky
mountains. Exhibiting the various trading depots or forts occupied by
the British Hudson bay co.    O. H. Throop sc.   10Jxl6.
[In Robertson (William, jr.) Oregon. 8°. Washington, J. & G. S.
Gideon, 1846].
1846.
Photo-lithographic copy of the detailed maps of the north west boundary from Point Roberts to the Rocky mountains between the United
States and the british possessions under the treaty of June 15, 1846.
Showing monuments, cuts and other marks. Archibald Campbell,
U. S. comr. n. w. boundary (Enlarged to twice the scale of the original
drawings,) 7 sheets, each 27x70. New York, New York lith., eng. &
print, co.    [1846].
1847.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana i Beringova moria, s polu-
ostrovom Aliaskoiu i Aleutskimi ostrovami.   1847.   22^x37.
Mereator's chart of the Eastern ocean and Bering's sea Tijith the
peninsula of Aliaska and the Aleutian islands. Compiled* by the
hydrographic department of the naval ministry.   No. 1375.
1847.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana mezhdu ostrovami Bara-
novim i Kadiakom.   1847.   23x36 J.
Mereator's chart of the Eastern ocean between the islands of Baran-
noff and Kadiak. Compiled by the hydrographic department of the
naval ministry.   No. 1378.
Note.—Four inset maps 45
1847.
Nord Amerika.   18x22£.   Berlin, D. Reimer, 1847.
[In Zeigler (I. M.).   Geographischer atlas, fol. Berlin, B. Reimer, 1851]
Note.—Gives Russian America and boundary.
1847.
Stromgebiet von Nordamerica nach den besten quellen entworfen und
gezeichn't. vom hauptm. Radefeld. 1847. Meyer's Hand atlas (supplm.
10) No. 110. 11^x14. Stich, druk, und verlag des bibliographischen
zu Hildburghausen.    [1847].
1847 — 1859.
Karte des San Juan-od. HarO-archipels. Nach den aufnahmen der
eng. admiralitat unter Kellett, Richards &c. 1847,1858 un 1859. Yon
A. Petermann.    10x7J Gotha, J. Perthes, 1859.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 4°. Gotha, J. Perthes, 1859. pi. 19.
p. 532].
1847 — 1864.
America n. w. coast. Strait of Juan de Fuca surveyed by captain
Henry Kellett, R. N. 1847.
Haro & Rosario straits by captain G. H. Richards, r. n. 1858.
Admiralty Inlet and Puget Sound, by the United States exploring
expedition, 1849. Coast south of C. Flattery by the same in 1853.
25x36J. London, admiralty, 1849. Corrections & additions, aug. 1,,
1864, feb. 65. .
[ Great Britain.    A dmiralty].
1847 — 1865.
North America west coast. Haro and Rosario straits surveyed by
capt. G. H. Richards & the officers of h. in. s. Plumper 1858-9. The
shores of Juan de Fuca strait to Admiralty inlet from capt. H. Kellett's
survey, 1847. 36x25. no. 2689. Loudon, admiralty, 1859. Corrections, sept. 1864, feb. 1865.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty],
1848.
Karta vkhodovk Novo-Arkh angelskomu portu tchrez zundy Sitkhu,.
Klokatcheva, i proliv Pogibshy.   36Jx22£.
Chart of the entrance to the port of New Archangel through Sitka
and Klokatchev sound, and the straits of Pogibshic. Compiled by the
hydrographic office of the naval ministry.    1848.    No. 1397.
1848.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana s sieberozpadnim bere-
gom Ameriki i prilegaiushtchim k nemu Koloshenckim archipelagom
1848.    36^x23. 46
Mercator's chart of the eastern ocean and northwest coast of America,
with the Koloshenski [Alexanders^] archipelago and its neighborhood.
Compiled by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry.
Note.—With 5 inset maps.
1848.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana i Beringova moria, s
Aleutskimi i Komandorskimi ostrovami 1848.   22Jx36J.
Mercator's chart of the eastern ocean and Bering's sea, with the
Aleutian and Komandorski islands. Compiled by the hydrographic
department of the naval ministry.   1848.
Note.—Contains inset maps of the islands of Attu, Bering's island, Amchitka
island, Atka island, Amlia island, and Medni or Cooper island.
1848—1849.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana e syeverozapadnym bere-
gom Ameriki mezhdu portom Monterei i zyndom korolevie Charlottie.
37x22.
Mercator's chart of the Eastern ocean and the northwest coast of
America, between port Monterey and Queen Charlotte sound. . . .
Engraved by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry. 1848.
Corrected to 1849.
Note.—Contains inset map of San Francisco.    1827-28.
1848—1864.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana e syeverozapadnym bere-
gom Ameriki mezhdu portom Monterei i zyndom korolevie Charlottie.
37x22.
Mercator's chart of the Eastern ocean and the northwest coast of
America between port Monterey and Queen Charlotte sound. . . .
Engraved by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry. 1848.
Corrected to 1864.
Note.—Contains inset map of San Francisco.    1827-28.    Map is numbered 1395.
1848.
Map of Oregon and Upper California. From the surveys of John
Charles Fremont and other authorities. Drawn by Charles Preuss.
32Jx26.   Baltimore, E. Wilber & co.    [1848].
[In United States. Senate. Miscellaneous. 1st sess. 30th cong.
1847-48],
Note.—To accompany "Geographical memoir upon Upper California." By J. C.
Fremont.
1848.
Map of Oregon and upper California from the surveys of John
Charles Fremont and other authorities Drawn by Charles Preuss,
1848.   27x33.   Baltimore, lith. by E. Weber, [1848].
[United States,    Congress,   Senate], 47
1848.
Karte des granzdistricts in den besitzungen der Aleutischen und der
Hudsonsbay-compagnie.   A. Erman del.   lOJxllf.
[In Archiv fur icissenschaftliche kunde von Russland, Herausgegeben
von A. Erman.   8°.   Berlin, G. Reimer, 1848.   v. 6.   at end],
1848 — 1850. Ux^
Atlas syeverozapadnyk beregov Ameriki ot Beringova proliva do
mysa Korrientes i ostrovov Aleutskikh c pviscvokupleniem nyeko-
torykhmyest syeverovoztotchnago berega Azii sostavil Kapitan 1.
ranga Tebenkof.    3p. 1.   39 maps. fol.    1852.
Note.—Atlas of the northern shore of America from Behrings strait to cape Cor-
rientes and tbe Aleutian islands with additions of some places on the northeastern
shores of Asia.    Compiled by capt. of the first rank Tebenkof.
Hidrografitcheskiya zamietahaniya k Atlas syeverozapadniekh ber-
gov Ameriki, ostrovov Aleutskikh i nyekotorykh drugikh myest syev-
ernago Tikhago okeana. Kapitana 1. ranga Tebenkof 3 p. 1. 7, 148,
17pp. 11. 8°. Sanktpeterburg, v. tipografii morskago kadetkaga kor-
pusa, 1852.
Note.—Hydrographic notes to the atlas of the northwestern shores of America,
the Aleutian islands and some other places on the north Pacific ocean. By capt. of
the 1st rank, Tebenkof.    St. Petersburg, printed by the naval cadet corps^ 1852.
1849.
Merkatorskaia karta proliva Kupreyanova nakhodiashtchagocia
mezhdu Kadiakom i Afognakom.   1849.   22Jx37.
Mercator's chart of the straits of Kupreyanova situated between
Kadiak and Afognak islands. Engraved by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry.   No. 1425.
1849.
Carte de la Calif or nie extrait de la grande carte de l'exploration du
territoire de 1' Oregon, des Californiens &c. Par mr. Duflot de Mofras.
11x15.
[In Nouvelles annates des voyages. 1849. 121-122. 5 me. serie. 17-
18.   8°.   Paris, A. Bertrand, 1849.   p. 195].
1849.
Merkatorskaia karta Kadiakskago archipelago. Sostavlena Rossii-
skoiu Amerikanskoiu Kompanieiu po novietim sciedieniyam 1849.
[In Otchet Rossiisko-amerikanskoii kompanii glavnage pravleniya,
3a odin god, po 1 ianvaria 1849 goda],   20Jxl8.
Note.—Mercators chart of the Kadiak archipelago. Compiled by the Eussian-
american company from the latest surveys.
[In Report of the Russian-american company, jan 1,1849], 48
1849.     jjp|
Karte zur abhandlung fiber die geogn-u. orgr. beschaffenheit der
n. w. kiiste Amerika's u. der anliegenden inseln mit zugrundelung der
karten des hydrogr. dep. des see-ministeriums zu St. Petersburg.   Yon
C. Grewingk.    1849.    13x26.
[In Grewingk (Constantin). Beitrag zur kenntniss der orographischen
und geognostischen beschaffenheit der nord-west kiiste Amerikas. 8°. St.
Petersburg, K. Kray, 1850].
1849.
Polar, Behring sea and strait, from english & russian surveys.
45x31.    New York, E. & G. W. Blunt, 1849.
1849.
The british possessions in North America, exhibiting the recent discoveries.   By James Wyld.    11x14.
[In Martin (Robert Montgomery). The Hudson's^ bay territories and
Vancouver]s island.   8°.   London, T. & W. Boone, 1849].
185-.
Behring's sea and Arctic ocean, from surveys of the U. S. North
Pacific surveying expedition in 1855, commander John Rodgers, commanding and from russian and english authorities. Compiled by E. R.
Knorr.   Drawn by Louis Waldecker.    30x34.    [n. p. 185-].
1850.
Merkatorskaia karta proliva Yrangelia.   1850.   22Jx36|.
Mercators chart of the straits of Wrangel. Eng'd. by the hydro-
graphic dept. of the naval ministry. [AndJ Merkatorskai karta vkhoda
v rieku Kolumbiyu.    1850.
Mercator's chart of the entrance to the Columbia river. Eng'd. by the
hydrographic dept. of the naval ministry.    No. 1441.
1850.
Merkatorskaia karta zapadnago berega ostrova Sitki ot myra Ommeni
do zunde Klokatcheva. Sostovlena Rossiskoiu Amerikanskoiu Kom-
panieiu po novieitim sviedieniyam.   1850.   29x18.
[In Otchet Rossiisko-Amerikanskoii Kompanii glavnago pravlenia za
odin god, po 1 ianvaria 1850 goda.    Sanktpeterburg, 1850].
Note.—Mercator's chart of the west shore of the Sitka island from cape Ommen
to Klokatchef sound. Compiled by the Russian american company after the newest
• surveys.
[In Report of the Russian american company, jan 1, 1850].
1850.
Part of North America, shewing the proposed line of railway.   12x21.
[In Wilson (F. A.) and Richards (Alfred Bates).   Britain redeemed and
Canada preserved.   8°.   London, 1850. at end] 49
1850.
British North America. By J. Arrowsmith. 19x23J. London, J.
Arrowsmith, 1850. ""■
[Inhis The London atlas of universal geography, fol. London, J. Arrow- *
smith, 1842 [1850]    no. 40].
1850.
Chart of the Arctic shores of the american continent. From Baffin
bay to Behring strait.   From admiralty surveys corrected to feb. 1850.
[In Shillinglaw (John J.) A narrative of Arctic discovery. 12°. London, 1850].
1850.
British North America.   12Jxl6.
[In Sharpens student's atlas,   fol.   London^ Chapman & Hall, 1850.
1850.
Map of the world on Mercator's projection, exhibiting the researches
of the principal modern travellers & navigators. Published by S.
Augustus Mitchell,    col. fold.   50x75.   Philadelphia, S. A. Mitchell,
1850.
Note.—Gives Russian territory in North America and boundary of 1825.
1850 — 1851.
Polar chart illustrating dr. P. C. Sutherland's account of capt.
^Penny's expedition and showing the chief physical features of the
Arctic region, by A. Peterman.   10x10.
[In Sutherland (Peter C.) Journal of a voyage in Baffin's bay. 1850-51.
12°.   London, 1852.    v. 1].
1850 —1851.
Sketch of the shores of Arctic America, to illustrate the discovery of
the north west passage.   By capt. R. McClure, 1850-1.    7x12.
[In Royal geographical society. Journal. 8°., London, J. Murray 1854.
v. 24. p. 244].
1850 —1853.
Chart of the north-west passage discovered by capt. McClure, h. m. s.
Investigator, 1850-53. 2d ed. with sir E. Belcher's discoveries. 12x24|.
Edinburgh, W. & A. K. Johnston, 1853.
Notes.—Gives Northwestern portion of Russian America.
1850 — 1854.
Behrings strait.   7x23.
[In  Miertsching (Johann August).    Reese  tagebuch.    2te  aufi.   8°.
Gnadau, 1856. at end],
5395 4 50
1851.
British North America.   S. Hall sculp.    16x23.
[In Richardson (Sir John).   Arctic searching expedition.   8°.  London,
Longmans, 1851, v. 1.]
Note.—Give Alaska boundary settled 1825.
1851.
North America.   Drawn & engraved by Alex. Findlay. 10x8J.
[In Brookes (Richard). A general gazetteer. New ed. 8°. London, W.
Tegg & co. 1851.   p. 29].
1851.
Map of North America.    By J. Calvin Smith.   21xl8j.    New York,
J. Disturnell, 1851.
Note.—Contains "Maps of the gold region of California."   Also 1852 edition.
1851.
Planisphere illustre presentant la description geographiqpe des
parties connues de la terre. Dresse par Yuillemin, grave par Lange-
vin.    32x42 inches.    Paris, Fatout, 1851.
Note.—Gives Russian America.
1851 — 1852.
Oregon territoire aux l5tats-Unis.    1851-52.   8x10J.
[In Saint-Amant (Pierre Charles de).   Voyages en Californie et dans
VOregon.   8°.    Paris, L. Maison, 1854.   p. 139].
1852.
Map of North America. By J. Calvin Smith, col. 22x19 inches.
New York, J. Disturnell, 1852.
1852.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana i yuzhnoe polovini
Okhotskago moria, s Kurilskimi ostrovam.    23x36J.
Mercator's chart of the Eastern ocean and the southern half of the
sea of Okhotsk, with the Kuril islands. Compiled by the hydrographic
department of the naval ministry.
1852.
Merkatorskaia karta Ledovitago i Beringova morei, s sieverozpadnim
bergom Ameriki, ot mysa Lisburna do poluostrova Aliaski 1852.
37x22J.
Mercator's chart of the Arctic and Bering's seas, with the northwest
coast of America from cape Lisburne to the peninsula of Aliaska. Compiled by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry.
Note.—Contains inset map of Port Clarence, and island of Kotzebue and Chamisso. 51
1852.
Arctic regions.   8JxllJ.
[In Lowry (John Wilson).  Lowrtfs table atlas.   4°.  London, Chapman
&Hall, [1852] no. 84].
Notes.-—Gives "Russian America" and boundary.
1852.
Map of British North America to illustrate a paper on the means of
communication with the Pacific ocean; by capt. M. H. Synge.   7xl3J
[In Royal geographical society. Journal. 8°. London, J. Murray,
1852.    v. 22.   p. 174].
1852.
Map of the countries round the North Pole. Prepared »by lieut. R.
S. Molesworth.   8£xl2.
'[In Sim monds (Peter Lund). Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions.
12°.   Buffalo, 1852].
1852 — 1856.
Mappemonde hydrographique.   Dressee par mr. C. L. Gressier, inge-
? nieur hydrographe conservateur du depdt-general de la marine.   Pub-
liee en 1852.   Revue en 1856.   4 sheets each 24£x36.    [Paris, 1856],
[France. - Bepartment de la marine et des colonies].
Note.—Sheet 2, contains Alaska.
1852 — 1865.
Merkatorskaia karta Yostotchnago okeana i yuzhnoe polovini Ok-
hotskago moria, s Kurilskimi ostrovam.   23x36£.
• Mercator's chart of the Eastern ocean and the southern half of the
sea of Okhotsk with the Kuril islands. Compiled by the hydrographic
department of the naval ministry.    Corrected to 1865.
1853.
America n. w. coast. Queen Charlotte islands and adjacent coast,
by captain Yancouver, r. n. [Also]. N. W. America. Port Kuper
including Mitchell and Douglas harbours, by George Moore, master of
h. m. s. Thetis, 1852.   24Jxl8J.    London, admiralty, 1853.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2168],
1853.
North America.   15x12.   London, G. Cox, 1853.
[In Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge.    General atlas,   fol.
London, G. Cox, 1853.   no. 127].
Notes.—Gives Alaska boundary 1825.
1853.
British North America.    12£xl5£.   London, G. Cox, 1853.
[In Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge.    General atlas,   fol.
London, G. Cox, 1853.   no. 128]. 52
1853.
'Merkatorskaia karta yuzhnoi polovnin Koloshenskago arkhipelaga.
1853.   36Jx24J.
Mercator's chart of the southern half of the Koloshenski archipelago.
Compiled by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry. No.
1493.
1853.
Merkatorskaia karta sievernoi polovin Koloshenskago arkhipelago.
1853.    36£x24£.
•Mercator's chart of the north half of the Koloshenki archipelago.
Compiled by the hydrographic department of the naval ministry. No.
1494.
1853.
Chart illustrating lieut. Hooper's narrative, showing the country of
the Tuski.    8JxlOJ.
[In Hooper ( William H.) Ten months among the tents of the Tuski,
8°,   London, 1853].
1853.
New map of California^ Oregon, Washington, Utah and New Mexico.
Compiled from the latest authorities & surveys and engraved by G.
Schroeter.   23x26.   fold.    18°.    New York, J. Disturnell, 1853.
1853.
North America.   Engraved by Sidney Hall.    14^x10.
[In Encyclopaedia (The) britannica.   8th ed,   4°,   Boston, Little, Broicn
& co,    1853.    v. 2.   pi, 22],
Note :—Gives boundary settled 1825, Russia-Great Britain.
1853 — 1868.
Territory of the United States from the Mississippi river to the Pacific
ocean; originally prepared to accompany the reports of the explorations for a Pacific railroad route; made in accordance with the 10th &
11th. sections of the army appropriation, act of march 3rd. 1853;
compiled from authorized explorations and other reliable data by lieut.
G. K. Warren, topi, eng'rs. In the office of Pacific r. r. surveys, war
dept. under the direction of bvt. maj. W. H. Emory, topi eng'rs. in 1854.
capt. A. A. Humphreys topi, eng'rs in 1854-1858. Recompiled and
redrawn under the direction of the chief of corps of engineers by Edward
Freyhold, 1865-66-67-68. 57x46J. New York, engraved & printed by
Julius Bien, N. Y.   [1868].
[United States,   War department.    Corps of engineers].
Note.—Gives north west boundary line. And in corner "Territory of Alaska,
ceded by Russia to the United States, 1868." 53
1854.
Merkatorskaia karta Ledovitago moria ot Tchaunskoi guby do mysa
Ledianago, s Beringovin prolivom.   1854.   23x36£.
Mercator's chart of the Arctic ocean from Tchaun bay to Icy cape,
with Bering's straits. Compiled by the hydrographic dept. of the
naval ministry.   No. 1495.
1854.
A new map of the world on Mercator's projection with the tracks of
the most celebrated & recent navigators. Engraved by John Dower.
New ed. col. 50x74. fold. 4°. London, T. Deacon & co. late H.
Teesdale & co.   1854.
Note.—Title on cover; Teesdale's Map of the World. Gives boundary of the
British and Russian territory.    1825.
1854.
Map to accompany mr. J. Simpson's observations on the western
Esquimaux.   14Jxl4 h,
[In Great Britain, Parliamentary papers. Accounts and papers.
1854-5.   v. 35].
Note.—Contains "Supposed course of the Yucon".
1854.
Karte der quellgebiete der fliisse Wichita, Brazos, Colorado &c.
im innern von Nord-Amerika. Hauptsachlich nach den aufnahmeu
des capt. R. B. Marcy, 1854. [Also] Karte des nordwestlichsten theile
von Nord-Amerika.   Yon A.  Petermann.   9Jx7£ Gotha, J. Perthes,
mm.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 4°. Gotha, J. Perthes, 1859. pi.
2.   page 48].
1854.
Map of North America. By J. Calvin Smith. 21x19 New York, J.
Disturnell, [1854].
1854.
Tiie world on Mercator's projection.   Engraved by S. Hall.   18x22.
[In McCulloch (John Ramsay).   A dictionary, geographical, statistical
and historical.   A new rev. ed.   8°.   London, Longman, 1854.    v. 1],
1854.
Map of North America exhibiting the recent discoveries, geographical & nautical.   By James Wyld.    18x14.   London, J. Wyld, [1854],
[In Wyld (James).   A new general atlas,   fol.   London, [1854].
1854 — 1856.
Track chart of the U. S. North Pacific surveying expedition, John
Rodgers, U. S. n. commanding, 1854-56. Drawn by Louis Waldecker.
24x32.    [Washington, 1856].
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office\. 54
1855.
Behring's sea and Arctic ocean from surveys in the U. S. North
Pacific surveying expedition in 1855. and from russian and english
authorities.   Compiled by E. R. Knorr.   35x33.    [Washington, 1855].
[Unitedt States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office].
1855.
British, russian & danish possessions in North America.   11x15.
[In Colton (George W.) Colton7s atlas of the world, fol. Neiv York,
J. H. Colton & co,   1856.   no. 3],
1855.
British, russian & danish possessions in North America.   11x15.
[In Colton (George W.) ColtoiVs atlas of America, fol. New York,
J. H. Colton, 1864.   no. 3],
1855.
Disturnell (John). Map of Oregon and Washington territories showing the proposed northern rail road route to the Pacific ocean, fold.
10x18.   New York, J. Disturnell, 1855.
Note.—From the Geographical and commercial gazette, v. 1, no. 3.    N. Y.    1855.
1855.
The straits of Seniavine. Behring's straits. By the U. S. ship Yin-
cennes. Lieut. John Rodgers. sept. 1858. Projected by E. R. Knorr.
Reduced from engraving by C. Mahon. Yiews by Wm. Brenton Boggs.
18x22.   Washington, S. Siebert's establishment, 1855.
[ United States.  Navy department.   North Pacific surveying expedition].
1855.
U. S. North Pacific surveying expedition, lieutenant John Rodgers,
commanding. The straits of Seniavine, Behring's straits. By the
U. S. ship Yincennes, lieut. John Rodgers, September 1855. 18Jx21f.
Washington, 1855.
[United States. Navy department, Bureau of navigation, Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart 1451],
1856.
Carte de Pile de Yancouver et de la cote adjacente pour accompagner
une description de cette ile par le It. colonel W. C. Grant. 1856.
Dressee pour le Journal de la Society geographique de Londres par
J. Murray, London, 1841.   8x8.
[In Revue coloniale. 2e serie. v. 20. Juillet-dec. 1858. 8°. Paris, 1858.
p. 715],
1856.
Map of North America.   12x9J.
[In Cartee (Cornelius S,) A school atlas of physical geography, 8°.
Boston, Hickling, Swan & Brown, 1856.   no. 2].
Note.—The Yukon in this map flows into the Arctic Ocean. 55
1856.
North America. Containing all the discoveries in the Arctic seas up
to 1856.   Constructed & engraved by J. Bartholomew.   17x22.
[In Black''s atlas of North America,   fol,   Edinburgh, A, & C, Black,
1856,    no, 2],
1857.
Aboriginal map of North America, denoting the boundaries and the
locations of various indian tribes.    John Arrowsmith lith. col.    18x22.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Reports from committees.   Hudson's
bay co.    1857.   v. 15],
1857.
British North America.   16^x20.   London, Longman & co.    [1857],
[In Hall (Sydney).   A new general atlas,   fol.   London, 1857.   no. 45].
1857.
Karte zur iibersicht der versuche zur entdeckung einer nordwest-
lichen durchfahrt.    16x18.
[In Zeitschrift fur allgemeine erdkunde. Neuefolge. 8°. Berlin, 1857.
v. 11, p. 192].
1857.
Map of the northwest part of Canada, Indian territory and Hudson
bay, compiled and drawn by Thos. Devine, provincial land surveyor &
draughtsman, by order of the hon. Joseph Cauchon, commissioner of
crown lauds.    March 1857.    54x60.
[In Canada. Appendix to report of the commissioner of crown lands.
Part 2.    8°.    Toronto, 1857].
Note.—Gives Russian-Alaska boundary of 1825.
1857.
Map of the north west part of Canada, Hudson's bay & Indian territories.    Drawn by Thos. Devine.    March, 1857.   22x19.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Reports from committees.   Hudson's
bay co.    1857.    v. 15].
1857.
Map of North America. Drawn by J. Arrowsmith. col. 16x20.
London, J. Arrowsmith, 1857.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Reports from committees.   Hudson's
bay co.   1857.    v. 15].
1857.
Map of the north west part of Canada, Indian territories & Hudson's
bay. Compiled & drawn by Th'os Devine, provincial laud surveyor &
draftsman, by order of the hon. Joseph Cauchon, commissioner of crown
lands,    col.    62x56.    Toronto, S. Derbishire & G. Desbarats, 1857.
Notes.—Gives Russian boundary of 1825. 56
1857.
Map of the north west part of Canada, Indian territories & Hudson's
bay. Compiled & drawn by Thos. Devine. 57x60. Toronto, Maclear
& co.   1857.
[Canada.    Crown lands department].
1857.
Aboriginal map of North America, denoting the boundaries and
locations of various Indian tribes.    18x21J.    John Arrowsmith, litho.
[In Hudson's bay company. Report from the select committee, of the
Hudson's bay company. Ordered, by the house of commons, to be printed,
31 July and 11 aug. 1857].
1857.
Map of the north west part of Canada, Hudson's bay & Indian territories. Drawn by Tho's Devine by order of the hon'ble Joseph
Cauchon, comm'r. of crown lands. Toronto, march, 1857. 22xl8J.
John Arrowsmith, litho.
[In Hudson's bay company. Report from, the select committee, of the
Hudson's bay company. Ordered by the house of commons, to be printed,
31 July and 11 aug. 1857].
1857.
Map of North America. Drawn by J. Arrowsmith. On this map,
the territories claimed by the Hudson's bay company in virtue of the
charter granted to them, by king Charles the Second, are colored
green—the other british territories, pink & those of Russia, yellow.
20Jxl6.    London, John Arrowsmith, 1857.
[In Hudson's bay company. Report from the select committee, of the
Hudson's bay company. Ordered, by the house of commons, to be printed,
31 July and 11 aug. 1857],
1858.
America n. w. coast. Strait of Juan de Fuca surveyed by captain
Henry Kellett, r. n. 1847. Haro & Rosario straits by captain G. H.
Richards, r. n. 1858. Admiralty inlet and Puget sound by the United
States exploring expedition, 1841. Coast south of C. Flattery by the
same in 1853. 25x35J. Loudon, admiralty, 1849. Corrections and
additions aug'st. 1864.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1911].
1858.
America, n. w. coast. Semiahmoo bay and Drayton harbor. Surveyed
by capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by mass'rs J. A. Bull, D. Pender,
& E. P. Bed well, r. n. 1856. Engraved by J. & C. Walker. Additions
to April 1859.   18Jx24.   Admiralty, London, 1858.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no, 2627], 57
1858.
America n. w. coast. Strait of Juan de Fuca, surveyed by captain
Henry Kellett, r. n. 1847. Haro & Roserio straits by captaiu G. H.
Richards, r. n. 1858. Admiralty and Puget sound by United States
exploring expedition 1841. Coast south of C. Flattery by the same in
1853. 27x37J. London, admiralty, 1849. Corrections and additions
aug'st.   1864.   Feb. 65.
[Great Britain,   Admiralty,    Chart no, 1911].
1858.
America, west cpast. Cape Mendocino to Yancouver id. from Cape
^ Flattery southward from the United States coast survey 1855. Juan
de Fuca strait, by capt'n. Kellett, r. n. 1847. 38x25. London, admiralty, 1858.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2531].
1858.
America. Beatbeitet und gezeichnet von H. Kiepert. Revidirt v. C.
Graf.   1858.   25x20.   Weimar, geographisches institut, 1858.
1858.
British, russian & danish possessions in North America.    Iljxl6.
[In Colton (George Woolworth).    Cotton's  general atlas,   fol.   New
York, J. H. Colton & co.    1858.    Map 6],
1358.
Karte von Britisch-Columbia (friiher, New-Caledonia), Yancouver i.,
und dem nordlichen theil von Washington territorium von A. Petermann.   9fxl3£.    Gotha, J. Perthes, 1858.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 4°.   Gotha, J. Perthes, 1859.  pi. 20].
1858.
Map of British Columbia and Yancouver island denoting the gold
and coal districts.   7x9.J.
[In Cornwallis (Kinahan). The new El Borado; or British Columbia.
16°.   London, T. C. Newby, 1858.   p. 1].
1858.
Map of British Columbia and Yancouvers' id. Drawn by Francis
Young.   13x16.
[InHazlitt ( William Carew). British Columbia and Vancouver island.
16°.   London, G. Routledge & co.   1858].
1858.
North America.   Drawn by J. Bartholomew.   21Jxl6J.
[In Bartholomew (John).    Supplement to Black's general atlas of the
world,   fol.   Edinburgh, A. & C. Black, 1858].
U 58
1858.
Sketch showing the different routes of communication with the gold 1
region on Fraser river, chiefly compiled vfrom the routes of A. C. I
Anderson & mr. Mckay.   J. Arrowsmith litho.   15xl9J.
[In  Great Britain.    Parliament.    Accounts and paper.     Colonies, j
1859.    v. 17].
1858.
The Kootanie and boundary passes of the Rocky mountains. |
Explored in 1858, by capt. Blakiston. John Arrowsmith, litho. 1860. 1
10Jxl6.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament. , Accounts and papers.   1860.    v. 44]. J
1858.
The Arctic shores of America and part of Asia; shewing the tracks |
& discoveries of h. m. s. Hecla & Griper, from Baffin bay to Melville
island, commanded sir Edw'd Parry 1819 & 20. & of h. m. s. Investigator, from Bering strait to Mercy bay, commanded by capt'n. McClure,
1850,51, 52 & 53. Completing the discovery of the north west passage;
also the coasts discovered or examined by the officers of the expeditions
sent in search of sir John Franklin. Drawn from official documents by
John Arrowsmith.   25x7J.    London, J. Arrowsmith, 1858.
[In Brown (John,f r. g. s.) The north-west passage. 8°. London, j
E. Stanford, 1858, at end].
Note.—Gives russian american boundary'and the course of the river Kuechpak I
or Yukon.
1858 — 1859.
North America west coast.   Haro and Rosario straits surveyed by  j
capt'n G. H. Richards & the officers of h. m. s. Plumper 1858-59.   The
shores of Juan de Fuca strait to Admiralty inlet from capt'n H. Kel-
lett's survey 1847.   37x25.   London, admiralty, 1859.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 2689].
1859.
America, west coast. British Columbia. Sketch of the Fraser river
from Langley to Yale by lieut. Mayne, r. n. of h. m. S; Plumper—capt.
Richards aud the hon'ble M. B. Begbie, judge in British Columbia.
30x25.   London, admiralty, 1859.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2666].
1859.
British North America. By permission dedicated to the hon'ble
Hudson bay co. containing the latest information whio,h their documents furnish.   By J. Arrowsmith.   No. 40.   18£x23£.   London, J.
A rn>\\ sinit h. 1859.
_ 59
1859.
Entrance to Esquimault harbour [And] Race islands. Showing the
proposed site for a light house. John Arrowsmith lith. 2 maps each
7xll&.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Accounts and papers.   1859.    v. 22],
1859.
Karte der Nordamericanischen polarlander. Zu Kane's Nordpolfahr-
ten. Leipzig, O. Spamer. Nach der im verlage von D. Reimer in Berlin erchienenen karte von Kiepert mit genehmigung des verlegers
reducirt.    Il£xl4.
[In Kane (Elisha Kent). Kane die Nordpolfahrer 2te verm. aufi.
12°.   Leipzig, 0. Spamer, 1859, at end].
1859.
Karte eines theils von Britisch Columbia nach offiziellen quellen gez.
von E. G. Raven stern.    London, 1859.    8x9 J.
[In Gesellschaftfilr erdkundezu Berlin. Zeitschrift. 1859. 8°. Berlin, 1859.    Neue folge.   v. 6,  pi. 7].
1859.
•   Map of a part of Washington territory to accompany the report of
the surveyor general.    1859.    Sen. ex. doe. no. 2.    1st sess.    30th cong.
21Jx2S.    New York, lith. of J. Bien, [1859].
Note.—Shows north vrest boundary.
1859.
Map of a portion of British Columbia. Compiled from the surveys
■ & explorations of the royal navy & royal engineers at the camp near
Westminster, nov. 24, 1859.    John Arrowsmith, litho.    1860.    llxl9J.
[In Great Britain.    Parliament.    Accounts and papers.    I860,   v. 44}.
1859.
Map showing the route by road & navigation for connecting the
Atlantic & Pacific oceans.    Compiled by Bruce & Brunlees.    13x24.
[In Bawson (S.J.) Report on the exploration of the country between
lake Superior and the Red river settlement.    4°.    Toronto, J. Lovell, 1859].
1859.
Map of the state of Oregon and Y^ashington territory. Compiled in
the bureau of topog. eng'rs chiefly for military purposes by order of
hon. John B. Floyd, sec. of war. Engraved by W. H. Dougal. 27x37.
[n. p. 1859].
1859.
Reduced map of a portion of British Columbia. Compiled from the
surveys & explorations of the royal navy & royal engineers at the 60
camp near Westminster, nov. 24,1859.   John Arrowsmith litho.   1861.
11x17.
[In Great Britain. Parliament. Accounts and papers. Colonies.
1862.    v. 36].
1859.
South east part of Yancouver Island during the proposed site for
light houses on the Great Race rock and Fisgard island. John Arrow
smith litho.    1859.    12x14.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Accounts and papers,   1859,    v. 22],
1859.
The provinces of British Columbia, & Yancouver island. With portions of the United States & Hudson's bay territories. Compiled from
original documents, by John Arrowsmith. 23x20£. London, J. Arrow-
smith, 1859.
[In Great Britain,   Parliament,   Accounts and papers.   1859.    v. 22].
Note.,—Also a copy in separate form.
I
1859 — 1865.
North America—west coast. Yancouver island and adjacent shores
of British Columbia surveyed by capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted
by lieut. R. C. Mayne; J. A. Bull, D. Pender, E. P. Bedwell, masters
J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, sec. masters & E. Blunden, mast.
assist.   1859-64.   25x37.    London, admiralty, 1865.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 1917],
1860.
North America, west coast. Fraser river and Burrard inlet. Surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. and the officers of h. m. s.=
Plumper, 1859-60.    24£x36.    London, admiralty, 1860.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 1922].
1860.
A chart of the Arctic regions. Projected from Berghaus & Petermann, &c.    13Jxl3J.
[In Hayes (Isaac Israel). An Arctic boat journey. 12°. Boston,
I860].
1860.
Map of the boundary line between British America & the United
States, showing the proposed route from Port William to Arrow Lake,
thence to Rainy Lake via. the Old north west company's route. J.
Arrowsmith, lith.    11^x32.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.   Accounts and papers.   1860.   v. 44].]
1
J 61
1860.
Map of the country from lake Superior to the Pacific ocean, showing
the western boundary of Canada & the eastern boundary of British
Columbia, [etc.]   John Arrowsmith litho.   1860.   9^x20.
[In Hind (Henry Youle). Narrative of the Canadian Red river exploring expedition of 1857.   8°.   London, Longmans, 1860.   p. 223].
1860.
Map of the country from lake Superior to the Pacific ocean, showing
the western boundary of British Columbia, also the fertile belt stretching from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky mountains.   Drawn by ,
J. Arrowsmith.    1860.    10x20.
[In Great Britain.   Parliament.    Accounts and papers.   1860.   v. 44],
1860.
North America, west coast Yaneouver island.   Nanaimo harbour and
^(Departure bay surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n.; h. m. s.
Plumper.    1859.   24Jxl8.    London, admiralty, 1860.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 2512].
1861.
North America west coast. Haro strait and Middle channel sur-
fyeyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, & the officers of h. m. s. Plumper
1858-60.   36x28.    London, admiralty, 1861.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty     Chart no. 2840].
1861.
I Karta rossiiskikh vladienii na beregakh Yostotchnago okeana.   1861.
17x20.
Map of the russian possessions on the shores of the eastern ocean.
1861.
Note.—Consists of map of Russian America and adjacent islands, with the eastern
shore of Siberia. The boundary line of 1825 between the Russian and British possessions in North America is indicated on the map.
1861.
North America—west coast. Yancouver island. Esquimalt harbour
surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards & the officers of h. m. s. Plumper
1858. The interior from a survey by J. D. Pemberton esq're, surveyor
general. 1860. 39Jx25. London, admiralty, 1861. Corrections may
1862.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1897a].
1861.
British Columbia. Reduced copy of the map referred to in the despatch of gov. Douglas, dated 16 July, 1861.
[In Great Britain. Parliament. Accounts and papers. Colonies^
1862.   v. 36]. 62
1861.
Map of a part of Washington territory to accompany the report of
the surveyor general, 1860 '61. Sen. ex. doc. no. 1 2d sess. 36 cong.
22x27.   New York, lith. of J. Bien [1861].
[United States.   Bepartment of the interior.    General land office].
1861.
Reduced sketch of part of British Columbia, by P. H. Nind. To
accompany despatch no. 33. 2 may, 1861. John Arrowsmith litho.
12xl4£.
[In Great Britain. Parliament. Accounts and papers. Colonies..
1862 v. 36].
1861 — 1862.
North America, west coast. Yancouver harbour surveyed by capt'n.
G. H. Richards & the officers of h. m. s. Plumper 1859 the town &
interior from a survey by J. D. Pemberton esq're, surveyor general,
1860.   40x25.   London, admiralty, 1861.   Corrections may 1862.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1897b].
1861 —1863.
Karta tuzemnykh narietchiye na Aleutskikh ostrovakh i sieberoza-
padnom beregu Ameriki. Sostavlennoi Kapitan-lieutenant Wermanam
12Jxl9£. Chart of the indigenous dialects of the Aleutian islands and
the northwest coast of America.   Prepared by capt. lieut. Wehrman.
Chart of the russian possessions on the shores of Eastern [i. e. Pacific]
ocean.
[In Tikhmenef (P.) Istoritcheskoe obozrienie obrazovaniya Rossiikse-
Amerikanskoi kompanii.
Note.—Tikhmenef (P.) Historical review of the formation of the Russian-
American company.   8°.   St. Petersburg, E. Weimar, 18611863.   v. 2, at end.
1861 — 1863.
Karta Rossiiskikh vladienie na beregakh vostotchnago okeana. 1861.
18x31.
Chart of the russian possessions on the shores of Eastern [i. e. Pacific]
ocean],
[In Tikhmenef (P.) Istoritcheskoe obozrienie obrazovaniya Rossiisko-
Amerikanskoi kompanii.
Note.—Tikhmenef (P.) Historical review of the formation of the Russian-
American company.   8°.   St. Petersburg, E. Weimar, 1861-1863.   v. 1, at end.
1861 —1863.
Karta zamytchatelnyitkh iz Aleutskikh ostrovov i tchast Ainerikan-
ska go materika, Ckrat atlas g.   Tebenkofa [etc.] 24x18. • 63
Chart of portions of the Aleutian islands and part of the American
continent.   Taken from the atlas of Tebenkof [etc.]
[In Tikhmenef (P.) Istoritcheskoe obozrienie obrazovaniya Rossiisko-
Amerikanskoi kompanii.
Chart of the russian possessions on the shores of Eastern [i. e. Pacific
ocean.]
Note.-:—Tikhmenef (P.) Historical review of the formation of the Russian-
American company.    8°.    St. Petersburg, E. Weimar, 1861-1863.    v. 2, at end.
1862.
North America—west coast.   Strait of Georgia—sheet 2.   between
Yancouver I. & British Columbia, n. e. Pt. of Texada I. to Johnstone
Jstrait surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by lieu't R. C.
|Mayne, J. Bull, D. Pender, & E. Bedwell, masters; J. Gowlland, G.
Browning,  second   masters;   & Blunden,  masters' assistant.    1860.
38x25J.   London, admiralty, 1862.
[Great Britain,    Admiralty,    Chart no. 580],
1862.
North America—west coast.   Yancouver island & British Columbia.
iJohnstone & Broughton straits.   Knox bay to Goletas channel sur-
Iveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by J. Bull, D. Pender,
& E. Bedwell masters; J. Gowlland & G. Browning, second masters;
H Blunden, masters' assistant.    1860.    25x37.    London,  admiralty,
18.62.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 581].
1862.
British Columbia, coast lines from admiralty charts, interior from
|explorations by royal engineers and others, up to 1862.   North of Fraser
river from mr. Arrowsmith, last of Columbia river from capt. Palliser.
^Prepared under the direction of capt. Parsons, at the office of lands &
works, New Westminster, aug. 1862, by order of col. R. 0. Moody.
Reduced & drawn by J. Conroy.   15x18^.    [n. p. 1862].
1862.
Goldthwait's map of North America. Exhibiting the railroads with
their distances, single & double tracks & width of gauge. By J. H,
Goldthwait.    45x50.    [New York, 1862].
1862.
The province of British Columbia & Yancouver island; with portions
of the United States & Hudson's bay territories, compiled from official
documents, by John Arrowsmith. 1862. 24x20. London, J. Arrow-
smith, 1862.
[In Macdonald (Buncan George Forbes). British Columbia and Vancouver's island.   8°.   London, Longmans, 1862, at end]. 64 S
1862 — 1863.
General map of British North America, shewing the route of lord
Milton &■ dr. Cheadle in 1862—3 [And] The western portion of British
North America.
[In Fitzwilliam (William Wentworth, viscount Milton) and Cheadle
(William Butler).    The north-west passage by land.   8°.    London, 1865].
1863.
British Columbia. Prepared under the direction of capt. Parsons,
r. e. New Westminster, sept. 1863. By order of col. R, C. Moody.
Scale 20 statute miles to one inch. Reduced & drawn by J. Conroy.
Sheet 2.    10£xl5£.    [n. p. 1863].
1863.
North America—west coast. South side of Yancouver I. Sydney
inlet to Nitinat including Clayoquot & Barclay sounds surveyed by
capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by D. Pender & E. P. Bedwell
masters; J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, second masters; & E. R.
Blunden, master's assistant.   1861.   25£x38J.   London, admiralty, 1863.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 584].
1863.
North America—west coast, strait of Georgia—sheet no. 1. between
Yancouver I. & British Columbia. Fraser r, to n. e. pt. of Texada I.
including Howe sound & Jervis inlet surveyed by capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by lieut. R. C. Mayne, J. Bull, D. Pender, & E. Bed-
well, masters J. Gowlland, & G. Browning, second masters; & Blunden,
masters' assistant.   1860.   53Jx26.    London, admiralty, 1863.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 579].
1863.
Carte du pays parcouru par l'abbe L. Rossi dans le territoire de
Washington.    15x10.
[In Rossi (L.) Six ans en Amerique. 2e ed. 8°. Paris, E. Bentu,
1863.   facing p. 97].
1863.
Map of part of Washington territory east of Cascade mtns. showing
topography of tbe mines region &c. to accompany the report of E. Gid-%
dings, 1862. H. r. ex. doc. no. 1. 37th cong. 3d sess. 17x23. New
York, lith.'of J. Bien [1863].
[United States.    Congress.   House of representatives],
1863.
Map of public surveys in the territory of Washington for the report
of surv. genl. 1862. H. r. ex. doc. no. 1. 37th cong. 3d sess. 17x35.
New York, lith. of J. Bien [1863].
[ United States,   Bepartment of the interior.    General land office]. 65
1863 — 1866.
Originalkarte von Yancouver insel zur iibersicht der aufnahmen und
forschungen im innern durch die officiallen expeditionen unter dem
befehl von Robert Brown, 1863-1866. Mit den aufnahmen der engl.
admiralitat vereiuigte von A. Petermann. 10x12. Gotha, J. Perthes,
1869.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 1869, 4°. Gotha, J. Perthes, 1869,
v, 15,   pi, 1],
1864.
.   North America—west coast.   Inner channels leading from Juan de
Fuca strait to Haro strait surveyed by capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n.
and the officers  of   the h.  m. s.   Hecate, 1862.    25x36J.    London,
admiralty, 1864.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 577\.
1864.
North America—west coast. Nanaimo harbour surveyed by capt'n
G. H. Richards, r. n. and the officers of h. m. s. Hecate, 1862. 25x30.
London, admiralty, 1864.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 573].
1864.
North America—west coast. Yancouver I. Esquimalt & Yictoria
harbours surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. and the officers of
h. m. s. Hecate, 1861-2.   25x36£.    London, admiralty, 1865.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 576].
1864.
North America—west coast.    West end of Yancouver I.    Goletas
rch'l. to Quatsino sound including Scott islands surveyed by capt'n G.
H. Richards r. n. assisted by J. A. Bull, D. Pender & E. P. Bedweel,
masters; J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, second masters, & E. R.
Blunden, master's assistant.    1860.    25x37.    London, admiralty, 1864.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 582],
1864.
Chart of the world on Mercator's projection. Constructed by Herman
Berghaus and Fr. Stulpnagel.  3te aufl.   35x58.   Gotha, J. Perthes, 1864.
1864.
Karta Ledovitago moria i Yostotchnago okeana. 1844. Ispravlena
po 1864 god.    24jx35J.
Map of the Arctic [Glasialj sea and the Eastern ocean. Compiled
from the newest descriptions by the hydrographic department of the
naval ministry [of Russia.]   Corrected to the year 1864.
Note.—Gives the Russian-American boundary line of 1825.    Same as the map p£r
1844, with corrections.
5395 5 66
1865.
North America west coast. South side of Yancouver I. Esperanza
to Clayoquot including Nootka sound surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. Assisted by com'r R. C. Mayne D. Pender, & E. P. Bed-
well, masters, J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, second masters, & E.
R. Blunden, master's assistant. 1862. 37x25J. London, admiralty,
1865.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 569].
1865.
North America west coast. Yancouver I. Esperanza & Nuchatlitz
inlets surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards; r. n. and the officers of
h. m. s. Hecate, 1862.    23£x31J.    London, admiralty, 1865.
[Great Britain,    Admiralty.    Chart no, 589].
1865.
North America west coast. South side of Yancouver I. Quatsino
to Esperanza including Kyuquot sound surveyed by capt'n. G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted by com'r. R. C. Mayne, D. Pender & E. P. Bed-
well, masters; J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, second masters;
& E. R. Blunden, master's assistant. 1863. 25x31. London, admiralty, 1865.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no.. 583].
1865.
North America west coast. South side of Yancouver I. Barclay
sound surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards r. n. assisted by J. A. Bull,
D. Pender & E. P. Bedwell, masters; J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning,' second master's; and E. R. Blunden, master's assistant. 1861.
25^x39.    London, admiralty, 1855.    Corrections april 66,
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 592].
1865.
A statistical map showing area & population of the British North
American confederacy and the United States, including British Columbia and Hudson's bay territory, showing the true and only practicable
route from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean. Prepared from the latest
authentic maps by Thomas Rawliugs.   1865.   20x27.
\In Rawlings (Thomas), The consideration of the British North
American provinces,   8°,   London, 1865],
1865.
North America-west coast.   Yancouver island and adjacent shores of j
British Columbia.   Surveyed by capt'n G. H. Richards, r. n. assisted I
by lieut. R. C. Mayne; J. A. Bull, D. Pender, E. P. Bedwell, masters;
J. T. Gowlland & G. A. Browning, sec. masters, & E. Blunden, mast. I
assist.   1859-64.   Juan de Fuca strait from capt. Henry Kellett's sur- 67
vey of 1847.   Shores of Washington territory from the United States
coast survey.   25x37£.   London, admiralty, 1865.   Corrections jan'y66.
[Great Britain,   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1917].
1865.
North America-west coast. Yancouver I. Quatsino sound surveyed by Capt'n G. H. Richards r. n. and the officers of h. m. s.
Plumper.   1862.   25.Jxl9.   London, admiralty, 1865.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 570].
1866.
Washington sound and approaches, Washington territory. 1866.
27x35.
[In United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Report of the superintendent for 1866. 4°. - Washington, 186&. 39th
cong.   2d sess.   Ho. rep. ex. doc. no. 87.   map 24].
1867.
Chart of the world on Mercator's projection. Constructed by Herman Berghaus and Fr. v Stiilpnafel. 4te aufl. 7 sheets, fol. Gotha,
J. Perthes, [1867].
1867.
Johnson's North America col.   17x23.    New York, A. J. Johnson,
1867].
1867.
North Pacific.   40x74.   London, J. Imray & son, 1867.
Note.—Originally published in 1863.    Gives Russian American boundary.
1867.
North western America, showing the territory ceded by Russia to
the United States.   Drawn by A. Lindenkohl.   22x36.   [Washington,
1867].
[United States,   Bepartment of state],
1867.
North western America showing the territory ceded by Russia to the
United States. Drawn by A. Lindenkohl. 2d ed. May, 1867. 22x36.
[Washington, 1867].
[ United States,   Bepartment of state],
;    1867 — 1868.
Part of British America.   9x34.
[In Canada.   Sessional papers, vol. 5.   1st sess. of the 1st. pari.   Session
1867-8.    v. 1].
Notes.—Gives 1818 boundary line. 68
1867 — 1881.
North America-west coast. Queen Charlotte islands and adjacent
coasts of British Columbia. Skidegate inlet and the main-land of
British Columbia from a survey by staff commander Daniel Pender,
r. n., 1867-70. The remainder from a map by G. M. Dawson, of the
geological survey office, Montreal, 1879, and from various sketch surveys.   25Jxl8J.   London, admiralty, 1880.   Corrections feb. 1881.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2430].
1868.
Aleutian Archipelago, sheet no. 2. 1855. Engraved by D. McClelland.   Washington, D. C.    19Jx39.    1868.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 8],
1868.
Colton (G. W. & C. B.) & co. Colton's map of the territory of Alaska
(Russian America), col. 14Jx23. fold. 18°. San Francisco, H. H.
Bancroft & co.   1868.
1868.
Map of the country from lake Superior to the Pacific ocean. From
the latest explorations and surveys to accompany the report of the New
York chamber of commerce. April, 1858. 22x44. New York, drawn,
engraved, printed & colored at Colton's geographical establishment,
1868.
1868.
Colton's map of the territory of Alaska. (Russian America). Ceded
by Russia to the United States, col. 14£x23. San Francisco, H. H.
Bancroft & co.   1868.
Note.—Copyright in 1867.
1868.
Map of the Yukon or Kwich-Pak river.   [By] J. Arrowsmith.   11^x18.
[In Royal geographical society. Journal. 1868. 8°. London, J. Murray^ [1868].    v. 38.   p. 219].
Note.—To accompany t(A. journey from Norton sound, Bering sea, to Fort Yukon
(junction of Porcupine and Yukon rivers."   By Frederick Whymper.
1868.
Map of the Yukon or Kwich-Pak river. The mouths of the river are
from the sketches of E. E. Smith. The lower course is compiled from
lieut. Zagoskin, and other data, [etc.] Constructed & drawn by J.
Arrowsmith. Pub'd. for the Journal of the Royal geographical society
by J. Murray, London, 1868.   Iljxl8.
[In Whymper (Frederick). Travel and adventure in the territory of
Alaska.   8°.   London, J, Murray, 1863]. 69
m
1868.
Map of British Columbia reduced from the original map of mr. Alfred
Waddington. [And] Sketch map showing proposed communication
between Canada & British Columbia.   12^xl0£.
[In Royal geographical society. Journal. 1868. 8°. London, J. Murray, 1868],    v.38.   p. 119].
1868.
Map showing the line of boundary between the United States &
!british possessions from the point where the 49th parallel of north latitude strikes the western coast of the continent ""to the middle of the
^channel which separates the continent from Yancouver's island and
\thence southerly through the middle of said channel" &c. to Fuca's
/straits in accordance with treaty of June 15,1846.   28x30.   Philadelphia,
Bowen & co.   lith.    [1868].
[ United States.    Congress.    Senate.]
I   Note.—See date 1869, for another copy of this map, in Milton's "A. history of the
|San Juan water boundary question."   To accompany "Message of the president"
40th cong. 2d sess.    Senate. Ex. doc. no. 29.
1868.
North America.   By Keith Johnston.   16Jxl2J.
[In Johnston (Alex. Keith).   Handy royal atlas,   fol.   Edinburgh and
I London, 1868.   no. 36].
Note.—Gives Russian America and supposed course of the Yukon.
1868.
Sketch map of the Stickeen river from the mouth to the Little Caiion.
[Also] The Stickeen river from survey in 1863. and information obtained
!;by William P. Blake. To accompany a report to the hon. W. H. Seward.
1868.   19£xl3.
[In Message of the president in answer to a resolution of the house of
the 19th Bee. last transmitting correspondence in relation to Russian America.   361.   19 pp.   40th Cong.   H. R. Ex. doc. no. 177.   2d sess.]
1868.
Sketch no. 1.   (Copied from Yancouver's chart)
Sketch no. 2.   (Copied from Wilkes' map of the Oregon territory).
\ln Message of the president of the United States, communicating in
compliance with a resolution of the senate of dec. 18,1867, information in
relation to the occupation of the island of San Juan in Puget sound.
40th cong. sess.    Senate.   Ex. doc. no. 29].
1869.
West end of Yancouver id. Goletas channel with the passage leading into Queen Charlotte sound surveyed by captain G. H. Richards
r. n. assisted by the officers of h. m. s. Plumper & Hecate 1860-3. 70
With additions by staff com'r D. Pender to 1868.   26x37J.   London,
admiralty, 1869.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 555].
1869.
Alaska and adjoining territory. 1869. Drawn by H. Lindenkohl.
24x33J. New York, photolith. by the N. Y. lith. eng. & print, co.
[1869].
[ United States.   Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1869.
Alaska and adjoining territory.   1869.   14x20.
[In Ball (William H,) Alaska and its resources. 8°, Boston, Lee &
Shepard, 1870.   at end],
1869.
Map of Oregon and Upper California. From the surveys of John
Charles Fremont and other authorities. Drawn by Charles Preuss
under the order of the senate of the United States, Washington city,
1848.   Scale 1: 3,000,000.   lith'y by E. Weber & co. Balto.   23xl8J.
[In Fitzwilliam (William Wentworth, viscount Milton).   A history om
the.San Juan water boundary question.   8°.   London, Cassell, Petter &
Galpin, 1869.   front.]
1869.
Map showing the line of boundary between the United States & Brit"
ish possessions.   From the point where the 49th parallel of north lati-
tude strikes the western coast of the continent "to the middle of the
channel which separates the continent from Yancouver's.island and I
thence southerly through the middle of said channel" &c. to Fucasj
straits, in accordance with treaty of June 15th, 1846.   22x18J.
[In Fitzwilliam (William Wentworth, viscount Milton). A history of \
the San Juan water boundary question. 8°. London, Cassell, Petter &\
Galpin, 1869.   at end].
date 1868 for another copy of this map.
1869.
Alaska.  7x8J.
[In Seward (William H.) The diplomatic history of the war for the I
union.   8°.   Boston, 1884.   v. 5.   pp. 559],
1869.
Map of the territory of. the United States including islands on the j
North Pacific. Accompanying the annual report of the commissioner&l
of the general land office for 1869.   23x61.   [Washington, 1869].
[ United States.   Bepartment of the interior.   General land office].
Note.—Photographic reproduction. 71
* 1869.
Nordwest Amerika mit dem von Russland an die Yerein Staaten
cedirten territorium Alaska. Mit benutzung der neuesten amerikanis-
chen aufnahmen besonders der unter W. H. Ball, und coast survey office
bearbeiteten karte von A. Petermann.   10x17.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen.    1869,
[1869],    v. 15,   pi. 19],
1870.
Map of the harbors of Puget sound and Comlitz Yalley, Washington
territory. From the United States land surveys, fold. 15Jx60.
New York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.   [1870].
4°,     Gotha, J. Perthes,
1870.
Map of Washington territory west of the Cascade mountains. Compiled from the government surveys by Chas. A. White, col. fold.
63x51.   New York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.    1870.
Note.—Copyright by Hazard Stevens.
1871.
Lloyd's new map of North America,    col.
ville, O.   Bickinson, Kinney & Wilson, 1871.
Note.—On the reverse side is a map of Ohio.
fold.    53x38.    Pains
1871.
The Yukon river, Alaska, from Fort Yukon to the sea. From a
reconnaissance made under the orders of major general H. W. Halleck
U. S. army, by captain Chas. W. Raymond, assisted by mr. John J.
Major, july-sept. 1869. Constructed under the orders of brevet major
general A. A. Humphreys, by captain Raymond and mr. E. v. Biezelski.
1871.    26x41.    [Washington, 1871].
[United States.    War department.    Office of chief of engineers],
1872.
North America. West coast. Strait of Juan de Fuca and the
channels between the continent & Yanvouver id. showing the boundary
line between british & american possessions From the admiralty surveys by capt. H. Kellett, 1847. & G. H. Richards, 1858-62. Brawn by
Edward J. Powell.   28x48.    London, admiralty, 1872.
Note.—A copy of the "Protocol" and map signed by the commissioners, upon
which the water boundary line between the United States and the British possessions according to the treaty of June 15, 1846, is laid down and also a photographic
copy of the chart as signed at such conference. Signed by Hamilton Fish, sir Edward
Thornton, James Prevost.    Washington, march 10, 1873. 72
1872.
North Pacific ocean. Anchorages in the Marshall islands. Ratack
chain—Wotje or Romanzoff islands. Mulgrave islands—Port Rhin.
Ralick chain—Jalut or Bonham Is. Jalut or Bonham islands anchorage.   19x25J.   London, admiralty, 1872.   Large corrections, may 85.
[Great Britain,   Admiralty.    Chart no. 984],
1872.
Karte des San Juan—od Haro—archipels mit der neuen grenze nach
der schiedsrichterlichen entscheidung des deutscher Kaisers am 21 okt.
1872.   Yon A. Petermann.   9fx7£.    Gotha, J. Perthes, 1873.
[In Petermann (A.) Mittheilungen. 4°. Gotha, J. Perthes, 1873. v. 19.
pi 4].
1872.
Papers relating to the treaty of Washington, v. 5. Berlin arbitration. Containing the memorial of the United States on the canal Be
Haro as its boundary-line; case of the government of her Britannic
majesty; reply of the United States thereto; second and definitive
statement of the government of her Britannic majesty; and correspondence, xl, 271, pp. xil. 18 maps. 8°. Washington, government
printing office, 1872.
[ United States.    Bepartment of state],
LIST  OF MAPS.
Map of W, Sturgis, 1845. •
Map of Wilkes, 1845.
Map of Vancouver, 1798.
Map of Duflot de Mofras, 1844.
Map of Eliza, 1791.
Carta esferica de la reconocimientos hechos en la costa n. o. de America en 1791 y
92 por las golelas Sutil y Mexicana y otros buques de s. m.—Map of the Sutil y Mexicana, 1792.    (Published in 1802).
Map of De Haro, 1790.
Washington sound and approaches. Washington territory 1866. U. S. coast
survey.
Piano del estrecho de Fuca reconocido por el Alferez de Navio de la rl. armada dn.
Manuel Quimper en la espedicion que hizo con la Balandra de s. m. de su mando
nombrada la princesa rl. en el ano de 1790. Levantado pOr su primer piloto dn.
Gonzalo Lopez de Haro.
Carta que comprehende los interiores y veril de la costa desde los 48° de latitud n.
hasta los 50° examinados escrupulosa mente por el Teniente de Navio de la rl. armada
sie
reconocimientos hechos en 1792 en la costa n. o. de America
ida de Juan de Fuca y la internacion de sus canales navega-
m del rey nuestro senor abordo de las Goletas Sutil y Mexi-
Galiano y d. Cayetano Valde*s, capitanes de navio de la rl. 73
CHARTS WHICH ACCOMPANIED  THE   CASE   OF  THE  GOVERNMENT  OF
HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY.
Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la costa n. o. de America, en 1791 y
1792, por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana, y otros buques de su magestad. (Published
at Madrid, 1802).
A chart showing part of the coast of Northwest America, with the tracks of his
majesty's sloop Discovery, and armed tender Chatham, commanded by George Vancouver, esq., and prepared under his immediate inspection by lieutenant Joseph
Baker, in which the continental shore has been traced and determined from latitude
50° 30' north and longitude 238° 12' east to latitude 52° 15' north and longitude 232°
40' east at the different periods shown by the tracks.   (Published at London in 1798).
North America, west coast—Haro and Rosario straits, surveyed by captain G. H.
Richards and the officers of her majesty's ship Plumper, 1858-'59; and the shores of
Juan de Fuca strait to Admiralty inlet.    (From captain H. Kellett's survey, 1847).
America northwest coast—Strait of Juan de Fuca, surveyed by captain Henry
Kellett, r. n., 1847; Haro and Rosario straits, by captain G. H. Richards, r. n., 1858;
Admiralty inlet aud Puget sound, by the United States exploring expedition, 1841;
south coast of Cape Flattery, by the same, in 1853.
Map of Oregon and Upper California, from the surveys of John Charles Fremont
and other authorities. Drawn by Charles Preuss, under the orders of the Senate of
the United States.    Washington, 1848.
1872.
Memorial on the canal De Haro as the boundary line of the United
States of America, presented in the name of the american government
to his majesty William 1. german emperor and king of Prussia, as arbitrator, by the american plenipotentiary, George Bancroft 32, 56 pp.
8 maps.   4°.    [Berlin, R. v. Decker,. 1872].
LIST OF MAPS.
Map of W. Sturgis.    1845.
Map of Wilkes.    1845.
Map of Vancouver.    1798.
Map of Duflot de Mofras.    1844.
Map of De Fuca-strait by Eliza.    1791.
Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la costa n.
y 92 por las goletas Sutil y Mexicana y otros buques de s m.
Piano del estrecho de Fuca reconocido por el Alferez de Navio de la-rl. armada
Manuel Quimper, en la espedicion que hizo con la Balandra de s. m. de su mando i
brada la princesa rl. en el ano de 1790. levantado por sa primer piloto dn. Gons
Lopez de Haro.i
Nota.—Las cruces manifiestan la verdadera situacion en que se han tornado
posesiones.
Washington sound and approaches, Washington territory 1872 U. S. Coast Surv
1872.
Reply of the United States to the case of the government of her
Britannic majesty, presented to his majesty the emperor of Germany as
arbitrator, under the provisions of the treaty of Washington, June
1872.    120 pp.    11 maps.    4°.    [Berlin, R. v. Decker, 1872]. 74
LIST OF MAPS.
Photograph of Map of de Haro.    1790.
Photograph of Map of Eliza.    1791.
Photograph of Map of Vancouver.    1798.
Photograph of Map of Galiano and Valdes.    1802.
Photograph of Map of Duflot de Mofras.    1844.
Photograph of Map of Wilkes.    1845.
Photograph of Map of W. Sturgis.    1845.
Lithograph of U. S. coast survey maj> of Washington sound and approaches.
Lithograph of map of de Haro.    1790.
Lithograph of map of Eliza.    1791.
Lithograph of Spanish chart published in 1795.
Cross Sections of Haro and Rosario channels.   •
Sketch to illustrate the route of the vessels of the Hudson's bay company.
Copy of map H. with a blue line drawn southerly from the centre of the gulf of
Georgia in latitude 49°; with red lines to show the channels through Haro northwards; and a yellow line to show the so-called Rosario channel.
1873.
Forth-West American water boundary. Maps annexed to the case
of the government of her britannic majesty, submitted to the arbitration and award of his majesty the emperor of Germany, in accordance
with article XXXIY of the treaty between Great Britain and the
United States of America, signed at Washington, may 8, 1871. fol.
London, Harrison and sons.    [1873].
[In Great Britain. Parliamentary papers. Accounts and papers.
1873.    v. 74]. ■
LIST OF CHARTS.
No. 1. Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la costa n. o. de America,
en 1791 y 1792, por las goletas "Sutil" y "Mexicana," y otros buques de su
magestad.    (Published at Madrid, 1802).
No. 2. A chart showing part of the coast of north-west America, with the tracts
of his majesty's sloop "Discovery", and armed tender "Chatham," commanded by
George Vancouver, esquire, and prepared under his immediate inspection by lieutenant Joseph Baker, in which the continental shore has been traced and determined
from lat. 50° 30' N. and long. 236° 12' E. to lat. 52° 15' N. and long. 2325 40' E. at the
different periods shown by the tracts.    (Published at London in 1798).
No. 3. North America, west coast.—Haro and Rosario straits, surveyed by captain G. H. Richards and the officers of her majesty's ship "Plumper," 1858-59; and
the shores of Juan de Fuca strait to Admiralty inlet. (From captain H. Kellett's
survey, 1847).
No. 4. America, north-west Coast—Strait of Juan de Fuca, surveyed by captain
Henry Kellett, r. n. 1847.—Haro and Rosario Straits, by captain G. H. Richards, I
r. n. 1858.—Admiralty Inlet and Puget sound, by the United States, exploring
expedition, 1841.    South coast of Cape Flattery, by the" same, in 1853.
No. 5. Map of Oregon and Upper California, from the surveys of John Charier-
Fremont and other authorities. (Drawn by Charles Preuss, under the orders of the
senate of the United States.    Washington city, 1848). 75
1873.
North-West American water boundary. Maps annexed to the memorial and reply of the United States' government, submitted to the arbitration and award of his majesty the emperor of Germany, under the
provisions of the treaty of Washington, June 12,1872. fol. London,
Harrison & sons.   [1873].
[ Great Britain. Parliamentary papers. Accounts and papers. 1873.
v. 74].
LIST OF CHARTS AND MAPS.
No. 1. Photograph of map of De Haro.   1790.
No. 2. Photograph of map of Eliza.   1791.
No. 3. Photograph of map of Vancouver.   1798.
No. 4. Photograph of map of Galiano and Valdes.   1802.
No. 5. Photograph of map of Duflot de Mofras.   1844.
No. 6. Photograph of map of Wilkes.    1845.
No. 7. Photograph of map of W. Stnrgis.   1845.
No. 8. Lithograph of United States' coast survey map of Washington sc
approaches.
No. 9. Lithograph of map of De Haro.    1790.
No. 10. Lithograph of map of Eliza.   1791.
No. 11. Lithograph of Spanish chart published in 1795.
No. 12. Cross Sections of Haro and Rorario Channels.
No. 13. Sketch to illustrate the route of the vessels of the Hudson's bay Company.
No. 14. Copy of map H, with a blue line drawn southerly from the centre of the
gulf of Georgia in latitude 49°; with red lines to show the so-called
Rosario Channel.
1873.
Colton's territory of Alaska. (Russian America). Ceded by Russia
to the United States.   11x17.
[In Colton (George Woolwortli). Colton's general atlas, fol. Neio
York, G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.   1873.   no. 17].
1873.
North America.   By Keith Johnston.   22Jxl7J.
[In Johnston (Alexander Keith).   The royal atlas.   A new ed. fol. Edinburgh and London, W. Blackwood & sons, 1873.   no. 41].
Note :—Gives Alaska and the Yukon river.
1874-1875.
Map of Smoky river pass. Quesnelle, B. C. to Edmonton. IN". W. T.
By C. F. Hanington.   1874-5.   9x23J.
[In Canada. Sessional papers, v. 5. 2d sess. 6th. par. 1. 1888.
v. 21.   p. ex].
Note.—Same map in"Report on Canadian archives.   By D. Brymner.  1887. 1
76
1875.
West coast of north America.   Index to admiralty published charts.
Compiled by E. J. Powell.   14xl9j.   London, admiralty, 1875.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. —].
1875.
Aleutian archipelago.     Sheet no.  1.     1855.    Drawn by Charles
Mahon, eng'r by Selmar Siebert.    Washington, D. C.   1875. 19Jx38.
[United States. Navy department. .Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 55],
1875.
Map of British Columbia. Compiled from the map of the province
recently prepared under the direction of the hon. J. W. Trutch. with
additions from the maps of the post office department.   16x24.
[In Walker & Miles. The new standard atlas of the dominion of
Canada,   fol.   Montreal and Toronto, Walker & Miles, 1875].
1875.
Map of British America from lake Superior to the Rocky mountains.
9xl6£.
[In Butler. (William Fraser). The great lone land. 7th ed. 12°.
London, S. Low, [etc.]    1875.   front.]
1875.
Watson's new county railroad and sectional map of Washington,
Oregon and Idaho,    col.    10x26.       [New York, G. Watson, 1875].
1876.
Chart of the world [etc.] Constructed by Hermann Berghaus. Ste
auil.   8 sheets,   fol.   Gotha, J. Perthes, 1876.
1876.
Colton's Oregon, Washington and Idaho, col. 17x25. New York,
G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.   1876.
1876.
Colton's territory of Alaska. (Russian America). Ceded by Russia I
to the United States.   11x16.
[In Colton (George Woolworth). Colton's general atlas of the world. \
fol.   New> York, G. W. & C. B. Cotton & co.    1876.   no. 94].
1876.
"Map of the territory of Alaska.    (Russian America).    Ceded by
Russia to the United States.   Iljxl6.
[In Gray (0. W.) & son. The national atlas, fol. Philadelphia, I
0. W. Gray & son, 1876.   no. 17].. 77
1876.
Territory of Washington. 1876. Compiled by C. Roeser. 24x31J.
New York, J. Bien, 1876.
[United States.   Bepartment of the interior.    General land office],
1877.
Pacific ocean, eastern part. Cape Corrientes, Mexico to Kodiak
island. Compiled from the most recent surveys in the hydrographic
office, 1876.   39£x25£.   London, admiralty, 1877.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 787].
1877.
Map of Puget sound and surroundings, W. T. Compiled from official surveys and published by Eastwick, Morris & co. Drawn by John
Hanson.   24x21.    Seattle, W. T. Eastwick, Morris & co.   1877.
1877.
Plan of the Stachine (or Stikeen) river.    Scale 8000 feet-1 inch.   This
lis the plan referred to in my report dated 30th June 1877.   Signed Jos.
I Hunter.   This tracing is from a copy of mr. Hunter's plan reduced to
half size for convenience of reference.   21x29.
[In Canada. Sessional papers, v. 2. (pt. 2.) 5th sess. 3d pari.
Sess, 1878],
Note-—To accompany report on the boundary line between Alaska and British
Columbia.
1878.
J. K. Gill & co's map of Oregon & Washington ter.    Showing all
^surveys made previous to Jan. 1, 1878.   Compiled by Robt. A. Habersham,    col.   36x27.    Portland, Or.    J. K. Gill & co. L878.
1878.
J. K. Gill & co's map of Washington ter. Showing all surveys made
fprevious to Jan. 1, 1878. Compiled by Robt. A. Habersham, col.
20x25.    Portland, Ogn.    J. K. Gill & co.    [1878J.
1878.
Map of part of the north west territory, including the province of
Manitoba. Shewing an approximate classification of the lands. Compiled and drawn by J. Johnston. Preliminary ed. 18x25. Montreal,
Burland-Desbarats co.    [1879],
1878.
Map of south eastern Washington territory. Compiled from official
surveys and published by Eastwick, Morris & co. 1878. Drawn by
John Hanson.   26x32.   Seattle, W. T. Eastwick, Morris & co.   1878.
i 78
1878.
Uorth western America. Showing the territory ceded by Russia to
the United States. Reduced from the map published by the U. S. C. S.
dept.   10x14.
[In Mitchell (Samuel Augustus). MitcheWs new general atlas, fol.
Philadelphia, 1878.   no. 99],
1878.
The countries round the North Pole.   25x25.   London, E. Stanford,
1898.
[In Young (Sir Allen). The two voyages of the % Pandora" in 1875 and
1876.   8°.   London, E. Stanford, 1879].
1878.
• Tracing of part of Alaska shewing Stakeen river from the U. S. coast
survey of 1869.   5Jx5.
[In Canada. Sessional papers, v. 2. (pt. 2.) 5th sess. 3d pari.
Sess. 1878].
Note.—To accompany the report on the boundary line between Alaska and British
Columbia.
1878.
Tracing shewing part of Alaska including the mouth of Stachine
river from the admiralty charts. Dominion land office. 16th jan. 1878.
14x20.
[In Canada. Sessional papers, v. 2. (pt. 2.) 5th sess. 3d pari.
Sess. 1878].
Note.—To accompany report on the boundary line between Alaska and British
Columbia.
1878.
Map of part of North America, designed to illustrate the official
reports and the discussions relating to the boundaries of the province
of Ontario, and shewing the boundaries as settled by the arbitrators, I
viz: the right hon. sir Edward Thornton, the hon. sir Francis Hinks
and the hon. chief justice Harrison, on the 3rd august, 1878. Compiled
ander the direction of the government of Ontario, by Thomas Devine,
f.r. g.s.&c. Ontario, 1878. Wm. Re veil, draughtsman. 42x46. Montreal, Copp, Clark & co. lith. [1878J.
Note.—Gives Alaska boundary.
1879.
Chart of the world; containing the lines of oceanic mail steam communication and overland routes, the international aerial and submarine
telegraphs and the principal tracks of sailing vessels [etc.]—Zur ueber-
sicht der regelmassigen dampfschifffahrts-linien und ueberland-routen.I
Von Hermann Berghaus.   91» aufl.   title.   8 sheets,   col.   fold.   obi. J
4°.   Gotha, J. Perthes, 1879. 79
1879.
Colton's map of Oregon & Washington territory. Issued by the
Oregon state board of immigration, col. 16x18. New York, G. W. &
C. B. Colton & co. [1879].
1879.
Report upon the customs district, public service, and resources of
Alaska territory. By William Gouverneur Morris. 163 pp. 1 map.
8°.   Washington, government printing office, 1879.
[ United States.    Senate.    Senate documents.   3d sess.   45th. cong.   v. 4.
■1878-79.]. .
Note.—Contains a map without title showing boundary line.
1879 — 1880.
Map of part of British Columbia and .the North West territory from
the Pacific ocean to Fort Edmonton. To illustrate report by George M.
Dawson. 1879-80. Compiled & drawn by Wm. Bell Dawson. 3 sheets
each 30x34£.    Montreal, the Burland co. [1880].
[Canada.    Geological survey].
Note.—Report B.    1879-80.
1880.
Map of Alaska and adjoining regions. Compiled by Ivan Petrof.
1880. Authorities. Russian charts of Tebenkof, Sarychef, Liitke,
Kashevarof, Tiklumenief and others; french charts of La Perouse,
english charts of Cook, Vancouver and british admiralty.   Charts and
: maps of U. S. hydrographic office, of U. S. coast and geodetic survey,
and of capt. Chas. W. Raymond, U. S. engineers; Notes and observations of E. W. Nelson, U. S. signal service, (by permission of the chief
signal officer U. S. A. and of capt. C. L. Hooper, U. S. rev. marine.
Notes of the brothers Krause, of the Geographical society of Bremen;
: and personal notes of the compiler. Drawn by Harry King. 24x30J.
[In United States, Bepartment of the interior. 10th census. 4°. Washington, government printing office, 1884. v. 8. Report on the population,
industries, and resources of Alaska.   By Ivan Petroff,   Map 1],
1880.
Map of Alaska and adjoining regions, Compiled by Ivan Petrol!'.
Showing the distribution of native tribes, authorities: H. J. Holm-
berg, lieut L. Wehrmann, I. R. navy and other russian authors; Dr.
Geo. Gibbs; Wm. H. Dall; E. W. Nelson and personal notes of compiler.   24x30J.    Drawn by Harry King.
[In United States. Bepartment of the interior. 10th census. 4°. Washington, government printing office, 1884. v. 8. Report on the population,
industries and resources of Alaska.   By Ivan Petroff.   Map 2], 80
1880.
Portland canal and observatory inlet (British authorities) 1880. 10x6.
[In Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a
report of the secretary of state, relative to the frontier line between Alaska
and British Columbia.    Senate.   49th cong.   1st sess.   Ex. doc. no. 143].
1880.
Colton's township map of Oregon & Washington territory. Issued
by the Oregon railway and navigation co. 27x32. New York, G. W. &
C. B. Colton & co.    [1880].
1881.
David.& W. G. Steel's map of Oregon, Washington and western
Idaho,    col.    7Jx9J.    Portland, O., A. G. Walling.    [1881].
1881.
North America, west coast. Queen Charlotte islands and adjacent
coasts of British Columbia. 18|x25£. London, admiralty, 1880. Corrected 1881.
[In Great Britain.   Admiralty.   Hydrographic office.   Chart no. 2430].
1881.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed county map of Washington territory  |
[etc.]   10 pp.   1 fold.   map.   10x13.   Chicago, Rand, McNally & co.
[1881].
1881.
Rodgers harbor on the south side of Wrangel island.    Surveyed 1
by master Chas. F. Putnam and ensign Geo. M. Stoney of the U. S. S.
Rodgers, lieut. R. M. Berry, commanding.   1881.    7£xl8.
[United States.   Navy department.   Bureau of navigation.   Hydro-  1
graphic office.    Chart no. 907].
1882.
North America—west coast. Haro and Rosario straits surveyed by I
capt'n G. H. Richards & the officers of h. m. s. Plumper, 1858-9. The
shores of Juan de Fuca strait to Admiralty inlet from capt'n. H. Kel
lett's survey, 1847. The east coast of Rosario strait from Bellingham
bay to Admiralty inlet from U. S. surveys to 1856, additions to 1882
38x25 London, admiralty, 1882.
[ Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2689],
1882.
North America)—west coast.   Alaska.   Sitka harbour and approaches 1
from the United States government survey, 1879.   17x23J.   London,
admiralty, 1882.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2348], 81
1882.
Anchorages in s. e. Alaska.   From a reconnaissance by lieut. comdr.
H. E. Nichols, U. S. N. 1882.   12x13.   Washington, Bell bros.    [1882].
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1882.
Andir bay, Bering sea. From a chart by engineer Bulkley of New
York in 1865. With corrections and additions by the imperial russian
ship Guaidamak in 1875. Washington, D. C. 1882. Extensive corrections nov. 1894.    10^x23.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation Hydro-
graphic department.    Chart no. 910].
1882.
Karte des Tschilkat—gebietes mit den passen zum Yukon. Nach
eigenen aufnahmen im jahre 1882 von dr. A rthur Krause.   14x11.
[In Gesellschaftfur erdkunde zuBerlin. Zeitschrift. 1883". 8°. Berlin,
1883.    v. 18.   pi, 9].
1882.
Northern Alaska.    From a survey by E. W. Nelson, U. S. signal service shewing track of a sledge expedition made during 1878-79.   ll^xlOJ.
[In Royal geographical society.   Proceedings.   November, 1882.   Neio
^monthly sefies,   v. 4.   8°.   London, E. Stanford, 1882].
Note.—To accompany "A sledge journey in the delta of the Yukon, Northern
Alaska.    By E. W. Nelsou."
1882.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed county map of Washington territory.
11pp.    1 map fold.    16°.    Chicago, Rand, McNally & co.    [1882].
1882.
Report of captain L. A. Beardslee, U. S. navy relative to affairs in
Alaska, and the operations of the U. S. S. Jamestown under his command, while in the waters of that territory. 49th cong. 1st sess. Senate ex. doc. no. 71. 198 pp. 5 fold. maps. 8°. Washington, government printing office, 1882.
[United States,    Congress.    Senate],
1882 — 1885.
Port Wrangell. Wrangell strait. St. John harbor. Portage bay.
27x24.    [Washington, 1885].
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1883.
Map of the route of the Alaska military reconnaissance of 1883.
lieut. Fred'k. Schwatka, commander.   Drawn & compiled by Chas. A.
Homan, top'l ass't U. S. army, topographer of the reconnaissance.
5395 6 82
Part 1. Extends from Chilkoot inlet Alaska to Fort Selkirk, B. C.
539 miles being the part explored and surveyed by the expedition.
Part 2. Extends from Fort Selkirk, B. C. to Fort Yukon, Alaska
territory, 490 miles.
Part 3. Extends from Fort Yukon to St. Michaels, Alaska territory,
1115 miles.
[In United States,    Senate executive documents.   2d sess.   48th cong.
v. 1].
1883.
Pacific coast pilot.    Alaska.   Part L.    ix, 333 pp.   14 charts.   13 pi.
8°.   Washington, government printing office, 1883.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey].
Note.—Contains "A. list of charts useful for navigators in the region covered by m
part 1 of the Alaska pilot. Charts issued by the United States coast and geodetic
survey relating to Alaska and adjacent region. List of charts issued by the U. S.
hydrographic office. List of charts issued by the british admiralty. List of charts
issued by the rjussian hydrographic department. List of charts issued by Tebienkoif
List of charts issued by other authorities,   pp. 215-246.
1
CHARTS.
A.—The Inland Passage.
Cape Mudge to Cape Commerell; opposite p.
Seymour Narrows and vicinity; p.4.
Cape Commerell to Point Walker; p, 18.
Point Walker to Swanson Bay; p. 24.
Swanson Bay to Chatham Sound; p. 32.
Dixon Entrance; p.48.
Portland Canal and Observatory Inlet;
Behm Canal and Clarence Strait; p. 72.
Coast from Wolf Rock to Cape Decision;
Sumner Strait; p. 100.
Frederick Sound and Stephens Passage; p. 122.
Coast from Sandy Bay to Cape Edward, with Peril Straits; I
p. 56.
p. 94.
Chart 1, (1565.)
Chart 2, (1557.)
Charts, (1566.)
Chart 4, (1567.)
Chart 5, (1568.)
B.—Alaskan Waters.
Chart 6, (1569.)
Chart 7, (1570.)
Chart8, (1571.)
Chart 9, (1572.)"
Chart 10, (1573.)
Chart 11, (1574.)
Chart 12, (1575.)
p. 132.
Chart 13, (1576.')    Coast from Cape Edward to Lituya Bay, with Cross Sound I
and Icy Strait; p. 182.
Chart 14, (1819.)   Lynn Canal; p. 194.
Chart 15, (1578.)   Coast from Lituya Bay to Yatutat Bay; p. 204.
Chart 16, Isogonoc lines of Alaska for the epoch 1885; p. 246.
1883.
Map of the Alaska exploring expedition of 1883.   Compiled and]
drawn by C. A. Homan.   Map from Fort Selkirk to Fort Yukon.   Map.]
of Yukon river from Fort Yukon to its mouth and small general map
of Alaska.
[In Schwatka (Frederick),   Along Alaska's great river.   8°.   New York^
Cassell & co,, 1885],
1883.
Map of British Columbia.   1883.   Reprinted from the map of R. T.
Williams, Victoria.   12x19.
[In Canada,   Province of British Columbia.   Information for int&nmk
ing settlers,   8°,    Ottawa, 1883]. 83
1883.
Plover bay. From a survey by lieut. Maximov, imp'l russian navy.
1876.   23Jx24J.    Washington, D. C.    1883.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of ^navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 909].
1883.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed county and township map of Washington territory.    11pp.   1 map 13xl9J.   12°.   Chicago, Rand, McNally
& co.    [1883].
1883.
West coast of North America, between latitudes 51° 30' and 55° 30'
"N. embracing the Queen Charlotte islands, Hecate strait and Dixon
|entrauce.   From british and United States surveys to 1881.   Washing-
|ton, D. C. 1883.    Extensive corrections, april/1893, sept. 1895.    24fx36.
[United States.     Navy.department.    Bureau of navigation.    Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 904].
1883.
;.  West coast of  North  America from the Juan de Fuca strait to
IQueen Charlotte Is. including Yancouver island.   From british and
United States surveys to 1882.    Washington, D. C.    1883.    Extensive
corrections dec. 1890.    24Jx38J.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 903].
1883.
North America—west coast Washington.   Admiralty inlet and Puget
Isound from the latest United States coast surveys to 1880.   25Jxl8J.
Rondon, admiralty, 1883.
\   [Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1947],
1883.
North America—west coast.   Juan de Fuca strait from the latest
admiralty surveys.    1883.    18x25J.    London, admiralty, 1883.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty Chart no. 1911].
1883.
North America—west coast. Juan de Fuca strait from the latest
admiralty surveys 1883. Additions and corrections from United States
charts to 1886.    18Jx25.    London, admiralty, 1883.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1911].
1884.
8x10.
History of the Pacific states of North
>M coast,    v.  1.    1543-1800.    8°.    San
1884].
Note.—The following maps are also given " Hasiwell's map of Nootka, 1792, p. 262.
Caamano's map 1792, p, 269.    Galiano's map 1792, p. 272.    Vancouver's map 1792,
t pp. 226, 280.    Vancouver's map 1793, p. 292K
Map of the northwest coast.
[In Bancroft (Hubert Howe).
America,    v. 22.    The northwe
Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & co.
■
i ■
R*v
84
1884.
Map of the province of British Columbia.
Compiled and drawn by )
Edward Mohun, c. e. by direction of the hon. W. Smithe, chief commissioner of lands and? works, Victoria, B. C. 1884. 37x45. Montreal,
Dawson brothers, [1884].
1884.
North America— west coast. Cape Mendocino to Yancouver id. from
cape Flattery southward, from the United States coast survey to 1881.
Juan de Fuca strait by captain H. Kellett, r. n. 1847. 36x25^. Lon
don, admiralty, 1884.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 2521].
1884.
Arctic sea.    Bering strait, from the most recent information.   1884. I
37Jx25J.    London, admiralty, 1884.
.[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Qhart no. 625].
1884.
Official Canadian map of British Columbia, 1884   20Jx20J.
[ United States.    Congress.    Senate].
Note.—In Message, from the president, transmitting report on the boundary line 8
between Alaska and British Columbia.     Ex. doc. no. 146.     50th cong.    2d sess.
Senate.
1884.
North west Pacific.   Kamchatka to Kodiak I. including Bering sea j
and strait.    Compiled from the most recent surveys in the hydro-
graphic office of the admiralty, 1884.   30x25.   London, admiralty^ 1884;
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2460].
1884.
North America—west coast. Cape Mendocino to Yancouver Id. from I
Cape Flattery southward from the United States coast Purvey to 1886J
Juan de Fuca strait by captain H. Kellett, r. n. 1847. 37x25. LondonJ
admiralty, 1884.    Large corrections nov'r 1887, July 1889.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 2531].
1884.
Arctic sea. Bering strait. From the most recent information, 1884. •
HJx25J.   London, admiralty, 1884.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 654].
1884.
North west Pacific. Kamchatka to Kodiak I. including Bering sea'f
and strait. Compiled from the most recent surveys in the hydrographicj
office of the admiralty, 1884. 30Jx25. London, admiralty, 1884.J
Large corrections, nov'r 1889.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2460], 85
1884.
A chart shewing part of the coast of n. w. America with the tracks
I of his majesty's sloop, Discovery and armed tender Chatham. Commanded by George Yancouver, esq. and prepared under his immediate
inspection by lieut. Joseph Baker in which tbe continental shore has
been correctly traced and determined from lat. 51° 45'-N. and long. 232°
08' E. to lat. 57° 30' N. and long. 226° 44 E. at the periods shown by
the tracks.   22^x18J.
[In Message from the president of the United States, transmitting a
^report of the secretary of state, relative to the frontier line between Alaska
fand British Columbia.    Senate.   49th Cong.    1st sess.    Ex. doc. no. 143].
1884.
Alaska and adjoining territory. 1884. U. j3. coast and geodetic survey, J. E. Hilgard, supt. Re-issued with additions in april 1884. C. O.
Boutelle, assistant in charge of office. Compiled from all accessable
data by W. H. Dall, assist. U. S. C. S; and including results of recent
lexplorations by capt. L. A. Beardslee and lieut. R. Berry U. S. N; lieuts.
Ray & Schwatka, U. S. A; capt. C. L. Hooper; U. S. R. M.; the officers
; of the "Vega" expedition and of the coast survey; drs. Arthur & A.
Krause; messrs. Nelson Woolfe, Petroff, Turner, Sands, McGlinchey,
J Herendeen and others.   Data to October, 1883.   Drawn by H. Linden-
Ikohl.   28x35J.
[In Message from the president of the United States transmitting a
report of the secretary of state relative to the frontier line between Alaska
and British Columbia.    Senate.   49th cong.    1st sess.    Ex. doc. no. 143].
Alaska.    11x17.
[In Bradley'}s atlas of the world,
bro.   1885.   map 70].
1885.
fol.    Philadelphia, W. M. Bradley &
1885.
Harbors in Revilla Gigedo channel and in the vicinity of Cape Fox,
I e.   Alaska.    Surveyed by the party under command of It. comdr.
H. E. Nichols.    1882-83.    29x23£.    [Washington, 1885].
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1885.
Inland passage between Sitka harbor and Hooniah sound through
Olga strait, Neva strait and Peril straits, Alaska. From a reconnaissance by comdr. J. B. Coghlan. [etc] in 1884. Issued June 1885. 37x27.
[Washington, 1885].
[ United States,    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1885.
Junction of Stephens passage and Lynn canal. Alaska. From a
reconnaissance by comdr. J. B. Coghlan, U. S. N. [etc.] in 1884. Issued
oct. 1885.    31x18.    [Washington, 1885].
[ United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey]. 86
■
1885.
Map of Alaska and adjoining regions.    Compiled by Ivan Petrof.
9Jxl2J.   -SB
[In Bancroft (Hubert Howe).   History of the Pacific states of Norths
America,   v. 28.   Alaska.   1730-1885.   8°.    San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & co,   1886.   p.l],
1885.
Revilla Gigedo channel s. e.  Alaska, 1885.   Surveyed by lieut. comdr. I
H. E. Nichols, U. S. N. in 1883.   20Jx21.    [Washington, 1885].
[United States.    Treasury Bepartment.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1885.
Sketch map of Alaska furnished by the U. S. coast and geodetic
survey, to accompany report by Sheldon Jackson, d.d.   1885.   14Jxl7J.
[In United States.    Senate executive documents.    1st. sess.    49th cong. j
v. 6.    1885-86].
Note.—To accompany Jackson's Report of education in Alaska.
1885.
Sketch map of south east Alaska furnished by the U. S. coast and
geodetic survey.   13x13.
[In United States.   Senate executive documents.   1st. sess.   49th cong A
v. 6.   1885-86],
Note.—To accompany Jackson's Eeport of Education in Alaska.
1885.
Revilla Gigedo Channel s. e. Alaska.
January 1885. J. E. Hilgard superintendent, verified CO. Boutellej
assistant in charge of office. Surveyed by lieut. comdr. H. E. Nichols
U. S. N. assist., in 1883. United States coast and geodetic surveyJ
20Jx21J.
[In Message from the president of the United States, transmitting I
report of the secretary of state relative to the frontier line between Alaska}
and British Columbia.    Senate.   49th cong.   1st. sess.   Ex. doc. no. 143]i
1886.
North America. West coast. British Columbia. Burrard inlet.
Surveyed by capt'n. G. H. Richards, assisted by D. Pender, master!
h. m. s. Plumper, 1859. Engraved by Davies & company. 26x30j
Admiralty.   London, 1886.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 922].
1886.
Suggested routes for rail road from northern United States to and
through Alaska. Compiled in the office of the U. S. geological survey!
May, 1886.   Drawn by Harry King.   17x20J.
[In United States. Congress. Senate. 49th cong. 2d sess. Senam
Mis. doc. no. 22]. 87
1886.
Clarence strait, s. e. Alaska.    1886.    31x22J.    [Washington, 1885].
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1886.
Map of Alaska and adjoining regions. 1886. Compiled from the russian charts of Tebenkov, Sarychev, Lutke, Kashevarov, Tikhmeniev,
and others; french charts of La Perouse; english charts of Cook, Vancouver and british admiralty; also from the charts and maps of U. S.
hydrographic office, of U. S. coast and geodetic survey, and of capt.
Chas. W. Raymond, U. S. engineers; notes and observations of E. W.
Nelson, U. S. signal service, (by permission of the chief signal officer
U. S. A.) and of capt. C. L. Hooper, U. S. rev. marine and U. S. 10th
census and personal notes of the author.
[In Elliott (Henry W.) Our Arctic provinces. 12°. New York, C.
Scribner's sons, 1886, at end].
1886.
North America-west coast. British Columbia. Burrard Inlet. Surveyed by captn. G. H. Richards, assisted by D. Pender, master h. m. s.
Plumper, 1859.    26x30.    London, admiralty, 1886.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 922.]
1886.
North America-west coast. Washington, Admiralty inlet and Puget
sound from the latest United States coast surveys to 1886. 25x18^.
London, admiralty, 1883.    Large corrections dec. 1887.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1947].
1886.
Map showing british & french possessions throughout the world.
12x18.    London, W. H. Allen & co.    [1886].
[In Norman (Charles Boswell). Colonial France. 8°. London, W. H.
Allen & co.   1886, at end].
1887.
Alaska and adjoining territory.    1887.
oct. 1887.    27x35J.    [Washington, 1888].
[United States.     Treasury department.
Chart 960].
1887.
Pacific ocean.  Compiled from the latest government surveys.  37x3
London, admiralty, 1887.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 2683].
Note.—Gives "Boundary between British and American territory."
1887.
Behring's sea and Arctic ocean.    From surveys of the U. S. North
1 Pacific surveying expedition in 1855. and from russian and english
authorities.    Ed. of feb. 18S7.   Drawn by Louis Waldecker.   34x33.
[United State?.    Navy department.    Hydrographic office,    no. 68].
Re-issued with additions in
Coast and geodetic survey.
4. 1887.
Gill (J. K.) & co. New sectional township & county map of Washington. 21x27.  1 sheet, fold. 18°.  Portland, O., J. K. Gill & co.  [1887].
1887.
Gill (J. K.) & co. New sectional township & county map of Oregon &
Washington. 35x27. 1 sheet fold. 18°. Portland, O. J. K. Gill & co.
[1887],
1887.
Geological map of part of northern Alberta and portions of the
districts of Assiniboia and Saskatchewan, North West territory. By
J. B. Tyrrell.   1887.   29x29.    Montreal, the Burland lith. co.    [1887].
[Canada.    Geological and natural history survey].
Note.—To accompany PartE. annual report, 1886*4
J.
1887.
Dawson's Canadian map 1887 showing conventional lines proposed
by Canada.   37Jx22.
[In Message from president, transmitting report on the boundary line
between Alaska and British Columbia, Ex. doc. no. 146, 50th cong, 2d
sess.    Senate],
1887.
Geological map of the northern part of Vancouver island and adjacent coasts. By George M. Dawson. 1st ed. 1887. 14Jx33. Montreal, the Burland co. 1887.
[Canada,    Geological and natural history survey].
Note.—To accompany Part B. annual report, 1886.
1887.
Index map to the harbour charts. Alaska coast.    No. 13.    7x9.
[Washington, 1887].
[United States,    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1887.
Map of Alaska.    Southern part.   9x19.
[In Karr (H. W. Seton),   Shores and Alps of Alaska,   12°,   London,
Note.—Contains inset map of "Alaska and adjoining.countries", and Mt. St.
Elias". and on page 237" Alaska.    (From unpublished sources").
1887.
Map of Alaska, southern part. To illustrate the paper of lieut. H.
W. Seton Karr.   9x19.
[In Royal geographical society. Proceedings New monthly series. 1887.
v. 9.   8°.   London, E. Stanford, 1887. p. 330],
Note.—Contains inset maps of "Alaska and adjoining countries", and Mt St.
Elias". To accompany "The Alpine regions of Alaska. By lieut. H. W. Seton
Karr". 89
1887.
Map showing wooded and prairie tracts &c. in part of northern
Alberta and portions of the districts of Assiniboia and Saskatchewan,
North West territory. By J. B. Tyrrell, 1887. 28£x29. Montreal,
the Burland lith. co. [1887].
[Canada.    Geological and natural history survey].
Note.—To accompany Part E., annual report, 1886.
1887.
New sectional township & county map of Washington.   21x2'
land, Or.    J. K. Gill & co.    1887.
Port-
1887.
Southern part of Vancouver island and adjacent coast, entrance of
Juan de Fuca strait to Nanaimo harbor. Compiled from the latest
british and United States coast surveys. 1886. Drawn by G. R. Bech-
ler, engraved by J. EnthofTer and J. L. Hazzard, Washington, D. C.
1887.    Extensive corrections april 1893, feb. 1895, no v. 1897.    27x36 J.
[United States. Navy Bepartment. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 961].
1887.
Sumner strait and northern part of Clarence strait, s. e. Alaska.
1887.    25Jx36.    [Washington, 1887].
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1887 — 1888.
Index map showing the routes followed by the members of the Yukon
expedition.   1887-88.   Drawn by C. O. Senecal.   16x24£.
[In Canada.    Geological and natural history survey.    Annual report.
New series,    v. 4.    1888-89].
Note.—Gives international boundary.
1888.
Arctic coast and Mackenzie river from maps in Franklin's Narrative,
1828. Peel river and vicinity from A. K. Isbister's map in Journ. royal
geog. soc. 1845. Porcupine river from Arrowsmith's map of British
North America, with the addition of manuscript notes by officers of the
ELudson bay co. Position of old Ft. Yukon according to Raymond.
1871. Pelly river from maps accompanying Schwatka's report. 1885.
Compiled by J. Johnston.    Jan. 23,1888.    17£x20.    [n. p. 1888].
1888.
Index map of the Yukon district n. w. t. the northern portion of
British Columbia, and adjacent regions. To accompany report of
George M. Dawson.   1888.   19Jxl2J.
[In Canada. Geological and natural history survey. New series. 3.
1887-88.    Pt, 1].
Note.—Gives international boundary. 90
1888.
Map of a portion of the Yukon district north west territory with the
adjacent northern part of British Columbia. To accompany report of
George M. Dawson. 1888. Compiled and drawn by J. McEvoy and
L. N. Richard.    3 sheets.
[In Canada, Geological and natural history survey. Maps, etc. to
accompany annual report,   v. 3.   New series,    1887-88],
1888.
Map of the north western part of Canada and of Alaska. Compiled
and drawn at the dept. of the interior by E. Dupuis.   9x11.
[In Canada, Appendices to the twenty-second volume of the journal of
the senate.    Session 1888,    v, 22,. p, 304],
1888.
[Map of the north west territory, showing international boundary and
northern boundary of British Columbia. Compiled by J. Johnston.
37x22.    n. p. 1888].
1888.
Map of Washington with adjacent parts of British Columbia, Mon^
tana and Idaho. Compiled & copyright by C. H. Amerine. Scale 16
miles to 1 inch.   24x24.   Spokane Falls, W. T.   1888.
1888.
Sketch map of Alaska, showing the location of the tradiu
the Alaska commercial co.    Season of 1888.    14x18.
[In United States,   House reports,   2d sess.   50th cong.   1888-89.   v.
posts of
1888.
N. w. shore of Portland inlet. Alaska. Surveyed by comd. H. E.
Nichols,U.S.N. Scale-4-^oo. 1888. Taken from the original surveys
of the U. S. coast and geodetic survey, for prof. W. H. Dall. 29^x63.
& 28x30.   2 maps.
[In Message from the president, transmitting report on the boundary
line between Alaska and British Columbia, Ex. doc. no, 146. 50th cong.
2 sess.    Senate],
1888.
Canadian map, January 23,1888.    17^x19J.
[In Message from the president transmitting report on the boundary
line between Alaska and British Columbia. Ex. doc. no, 146, 50th cong.
2d sess.    Senate].
1888.
Shakan strait, Prince of Wales island, S. E. Alaska. Issued decem-
ber, 1888.   24x36.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8176]. 91
1888.
Red bay, Prince of. Wales island, s.  e.. Alaska.     Issued august,
1888. 20x13.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8168].
1888,
Port Protection,  Prince   of Wales island, s.  e.  Alaska.     Issued
august, 1888.    27x18.
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8174].
1888.
Port McArthur, Kuiu island, s. e. Alaska. Issued august, 1888.
25x25.
[ United States. Treasury department. - Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8179].
1889.
Behring's sea and Arctic ocean. From surveys of the U. S. North
Pacific surveying expedition in 1855. Commander John Rodgers,
U. S. N. commanding and from russian and english authorities with
additions and corrections, in 1889, by the officers of the U. S. S. Thetis,
lieut-comdr. C. H. Stockton, U. S. N. commanding. Compiled by E. R.
Knorr.   33^x33^.    Washington, 1889.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart 68].
Note.—Extensive corrections dec. 1890—june 1892.
1889.
Thomas, Farragut and Portage bays, Frederick sound, s. e. Alaska.
Published april, 1889.    Printed august, 1889.    28x37£.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8210].
1889.
Brown cove, S. E. Alaska.   Issued September, 1888.   Printed august,
1889. 22x24 J.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8189].
1889.
Akun cove, Akun Island, Alaska. Issued march, 1889. I2.jxl5.
Printed march 1889.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast andgeodexic survey.
Chart no. 8981].
1889.
Diagram to accompany report of Georgian bay survey showing work
done each year and portion yet remaining to be done. Prepared by
commander Boulton, R. N. 1889.    14x20.
\In Canada. Sessional papers. 4th sess. 6th pari. 1890. v. 23. p.
68}. 92
1889.
J. K. Gill ■& co's map of Washington.   21x28.   Portland, Or. 1889.
1889.
Map of Washington with adjacent parts of British Columbia, Montana and Idaho. Compiled & copyright by C. H. Amerine. Scale 16
miles to 1 inch.   24x24.    Spokane Falls, 1889.
1889.
The new far west, from lake Superior to Vancouver island.
7£x23£.
[In Barney (W. Henry). The new far west. 8°. London, E. Stanford, 1889.   p. 148].
1890.
Alaska.   llxl5J.
[In Scribner-Black (The) atlas of the world, fol. New York, C. Scrib-
ner's, sons, 1890.    map 44 g].
1890.
America. North west coast. Alaska. Anchorages in Summer and
Clarence straits. From plan published by the U. S. government, 1888.
31x25J.   London, admiralty, 1890.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart 1433],
1890.
General chart of Alaska. Published July 1890. Compiled and drawn
by A. & H. Lindenkohl.   26x50.    [Washington, 1890].
\ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart 900].
1890.
Map of a portion of the Mackenzie and Yukon basins. To accompany report of R. G. McConnell. 1890. To accompany part D. annual
report, vol. 4, 1890. 9 sheets each 22^x17J. Compiled and drawn for
photo-lithography by C. O. Seneeal.   Montreal, Sabiston co.   1890.
[Canada.    Geological survey department],
1890.
Reconnaissance map of a portion of the West Kootanie district,
British Columbia. To accompany report of George M. Dawsom. 1890.
20x12.
[In Canada. Geological and natural history survey. Annual report.
New series,   v. 4.    1888-89],
1890.
North West America. Aleutian islands. Kadiak islands to Siguam
island from the latest information in the hydrographic office to 1890
but mostly from old and imperfect british, russian and american
surveys.   25x31^.   London, admiralty, 1890.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1500], 93
1890.
North west America. Alaska. Cross sound to Kadiak island from the
latest information in the hydrographic office to 1890. but mostly from
old and imperfect british, russian, and american surveys. 25x29J.
London, admiralty, 1890.
[ Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 1499].
1890.
America—north west coast. Anchorage in Alaska from plans published by the United States government. Kukak bay, Chirikoff island,
Southwest Anch'e Fox is.—Akun i. Akun cove. Hinchenbrook i.
Port Etches. Shumagin is. Northwest and Yukon hrs. Unalashka
island'Chernoffaki harbour. Nagai i. (Shumagin Is.) Eagle harbour.
Unalashka island, Kulilyak bay. Port Wrangell. Cooks inlet, Port
Graham. Kadiak island, St. Paul harbour. Bering Sea. PribilofF
islands. Bering Sea, St. Mathew and adjacent islands. Sketch survey
of the Shumagin islands. 30x24J. London, admiralty, 1890. Large
corrections feb. 1891.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 1454].
1890.
America—north west coast. Anchorages in Alaska, from plan published by the United States government. Unalashka is. Captains bay
and vicinity. Shumagin is. Simeonoff i. & hr. Shumagin islands.
Popoff strait and Humboldt harbour. Aleutian is.—Unalashka i.
Sammaganunda hr. Yakutat bay Port Mulgrave. Unga island (Zach-
areffskaia bay) Coal harbour. Unalashka is. Iliuluk harbour. (Shumagin is.) Nagai island, Sanborn hr. Entrance to Lituya bay
Chignik bay anchorage. 31x24J. London, admiralty 1890. Large
corrections, jan'y 1891.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart no. 1457].
1890.
North west America. Aleutian islands. Siguam island to Attu
island, from the latest information in the hydrographic office to 1890,
but mostly from old and imperfect british, russian, and american surveys.   25Jx31.    London, admiralty, 1890.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1501].
1890.
United States—Washington territory. Harbours in Puget sound
from United States coast surveys in 1888. Seattle harbour. Tacoma
harbour.   17x25J.    London, admiralty, 1890.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1427.\
1890.
America—north west coast. Alaska. Anchorages in Summer
strait from plans published by U. S. government, 1888.    Kuiu island, 94
Port McArthur.    Prince of Wales id.    Red bay.   23x38J.   London,
admiralty, 1890.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty.    Chart 1449].
1891.
Bering sea, Komandorski islands. From a russian government chart
of 1883. Komandorski is., Medni island. Bering island, Nikolski
anchorage. Bering island, Staraya hr. Medni island, Preobrajenski
hr. Medni island, Pestchanni bay. (Sandy bay). Malby & sons, lith.
35x23J.    London, admiralty, 1891.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 1644],
1891.
C. H. Amerine's sectional map of Washington, Oregon, Idaho and
western Montana. Scale twelve miles to an inch. 42^x60. Tacoma,
C. H. Amerine, 1891.
1891.
The Chilcat country. Alaska and British Columbia. H. Sharban,
del.   8JxlOJ.
[In Karr (H. W. Seton). Bear-hunting in White mountains. 12°.
London, Chapman & Hall, 1891].
Note.—The basis of the map given in this volume is taken from that published in
the annual report of the geological survey of Canada to illustrate the journey made
by dr. Dawson in 1867.
1891.
Esquimalt and Victoria harbors. From a british survey in .1858-62,
corrected to 1870. Washington, D. C. 1891. Extensive corrections,
nov. 1896.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1306].
1891.
Lowman & Hanford's sectional map of Puget sound and Gray's harbour country. Scale six miles to one inch. 33x25. Seattle, Wash.,
'Lowman & Hanford, 1891.
1891.
Nanaimo harbor and Departure bay. From british surveys in 1862
& 766. Drawn by G. Noetzel and A. Klakring, engraved by C. E. Birch,
M. Franke and E. A. Ruebsam. Extensive corrections may 1894.
Washington, D. C.   1891.   25xl8J.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1278].
1891.
Preliminary map of British Columbia. Compiled and drawn by
Thos. H. Parr, c. e. from reliable sources of information including latest
maps and surveys.   1891.   Iljxl6.
[In British Columbia, Guide map of the province of British Columbia.
16°.    Victoria, R. Walfenden, 1891], 95
1891.
Section of a track chart of the world, covering the Behring sea.
7£xlOJ.
[In Seal fisheries of the Behring sea. Message from the president, transmitting a letter from the secretary of state. #°. Washington, government printing office, 1891],
Note.—Contains a "List of maps, with designation of waters now known as the
Behring sea.    pp. 50-53].
1891.
The route of the Alaska excursion steamers.    6x27J.
[In Scidmore (Eliza Ruhamah). Appletons7 guide-book to Alaska.
16°.   New York, B. Appleton & co,    1893],
Nqte.—Copyright by Chas. S. Fee.
1891.
The route of the Alaska excursion steamers.    [By Charles S. Fee.
anon.] 13x28.   Chicago, Pool bros.    [1891],
1891.
Puget sound. Seattle to Olympia, Washington. Published June,
1891.    (Date of first publication, 1891).   32Jx40.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 6460].
1891.
Admiralty inlet and Puget sound to Seattle, Washington. Published
June, 1891.    (Date of first publication, 1891).   32£x41J.
[ United States, Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no, 6450],
1891.
Harbors off Alaska peninsula.—[i. e.] Coal harbor, Zacharefskaia
bay—Sanborn harbor, Nagai island—Popof strait & Humboldt harbor—Chignik bay, Alaska peninsula. Published June, 1891. First
published in 1875.    24Jxl9.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no, 8891],
1891.
North America, west coast, British Columbia, approaches to Fitz
Hugh & Smith sounds surveyed by staff commander Daniel Pender, r.n.
1870.   38Jx25J.   London, admiralty, 1891.
[Great Britain.    Admiralty,    Chart no, 2448],
1891.
North America—west coast. British Columbia, approaches to Fitz
Hugh & Smith sounds surveyed by staff commander, Daniel Pender,r.n.
1870. 28Jx25. London, admiralty, 1891. (Transferred with additions
from plate 2448).
[Great Britain,   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2448], 96
1892.
Alaska. Indexed atlas of the World, p. 358. 9x12. Chicago,
Rand, McNally & co.   1892.
1892.
Amerine & Crockett's sectional map of Washington, compiled from
all the latest official, special & private data. Drawn by C. H. Amerine.
26x39.   San Francisco, Amerine & Crockett, 1892. 9B|
1892.
Keen's map of the Kaslo and Slocan mining district [British Columbia] 2 miles to 1 inch.   26x19.   Victoria, B. C.    colonist lith.    [1892].
Note—On reverse is a map of Kootenay, B.C.
1892.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed county and township pocket map and
shippers' guide of Washington. 21 pp. 1 fold. map. 16°. Chicago and
New York, Rand, McNally & co.    [1892].
1892.
Woewodski and Eliza harbors, Frederick sound s. e. Alaska [And]
Fanshaw bay and Cleveland passage, Frederick sound s. e. Alaska.
Published. June, 1892.   28^x29.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8216],
1892.
Pybus bay Frederick sound, s. e. Alaska [And] Hobart and Windham bays, Frederick sound s. e. Alaska.   Published July, 1892.   26x31 J.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8218].
1892.
Harbors in Revillagigedo channel and in the vicinity of Cape Fox
s. e. Alaska. Surveyed by the party under command of It. comdr.
H. E. Nichols, U. S. N. assist. 1882-1883. First published in 1885.
Published July 1891.   Printed november 1892.   Iljxl4.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8072],
1892.
Harbours and anchorages in southwestern Alaska, [i. e.] Bay of
islands Adakh i. Aleutians—Constantine harbor Amchitka island, Aleutians—Anchorage at Cape Etolin Nunivak i. Bering sea—Kiska harbor
Great Kiska island Aleutian islands—Southwest anchorage Chirikof
island Alaska,   Published may, 1892.    20^xl9J.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 9191]. 97
1893.
Bering sea. Komandorski islands, Russia. Nikolski anchorage
(Bering island) 1892. 19Jx25£. Washington, D. C. Extensive corrections oct. 1895.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1367].
1893.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed pocket map and shippers' guide of
British Columbia. 9pp. 1 map. 16°. Chicago and New York, Rand,
McNally & co.    [1893].
1893.
North America, west coast. Sitka harbour and approaches from a
United States government survey, 1893. 19Jx25J. London, admiralty, 1895.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2348],
1893.
Sketch map of the southern portion of British Columbia indicating
chief means of communication. Ilfxl6. Gothred Jorgensen,
draughtsman.
[In Beanlands (Rev. Arthur). British Columbia, [anon.] 8°. Victoria, 1893.   front.]
1893.
Slocum and Limestone inlets and Taku harbor, s. e. Alaska. Published July 1893. 29£x21. Washington, D. C. A. B. Graham lith.
[1893].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8229].
1893.
Gastinau channel and part of Stephens passage s. e. Alaska. Published July, 1893.   27x31.   Cincinnati, O. the Strobridge lith co.  [1893],
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8235].
1893.
Port Snettisham, s. e. Alaska.    Published October, 1893.
Washington, D. C, A. B. Graham lith.    [1893],
[United States.    Treasury  department.    Coast and   geodetic
Chart no. 8227].
1894.
Anchorage in Queen Charlotte sound and adjacent waters. From
british surveys in 1863 and 1865. [i. e.] Blunder harbor—Cullen harbor—Farewell Harbor—Sunday harbor—Dusky cove. Drawn by L.
Dessez and A. Klakring. Engraved by M. Franke and H. H. Keever.
Washington, D. C.    1894.   14x27|.
[United States.   Navy department.   Bureau of navigation.   Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1393],
5395 7 98
1894.
Anchorages in the Strait of Georgia.   From british surveys in 1860
id '64.   [i. e.] Pender harbor—Tucker bay—Buccaneer bay.   Drawn
by L. F. von Wimpffen, engraved by W. P. Sefton, M. Franke, and H.
H. McKeever.   Washington, D. C.   1894.   13^x17^.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1390].
1894.
Anchorages in the Strait of Georgia. From british surveys in 1860.
[i. e,] Prideaux Haven—Walsh cove—Drew harbor—George harbor
Squirrel cove—Tribune bay. Drawn by L. F. von Wimpffen and A.
Klakring, engraved by R. A. Daniel, H. B. Hyatt and A. Erni. Washington, D. C.   1894    13£xl6J.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1394],
1894.
Anchorages in the Strait of Georgia. From british surveys in 1860.
Drawn by A. Klakring and L. E. v. Wimpffen, engraved by W. M.
Dougal, M. Franke and J. L. Hazzard. 12Jxl8J. Washington, D. C.
1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1389].
1894.
Anchorages on the west coast of Vancouver island. From british
irveys in 1861 and 1862. Drawn by E. E. Court and Klakring,
engraved by M. Franke, R. A. Daniel, and H. B. Hyatt. 12Jxl4£.
Washington, D. C.   1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1388].
1894.
Anchorages on the west coast of Vancouver island. From british
surveys in 1861. [i. e.] Barclay sound, Uchucklesit harbor—Entrance
of Barclay sound, Island harbor. Drawn by A. Klakring and H. P.
Simpson, engraved by R. Daniel Franke, and J. J. Hazzard. 18x11 J.
Washington, D. C.   1894.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1386].
1894.
Becher and Pedder bays. From british surveys in 1858 & 1870.
Drawn by E. E. Court and A. Klakring, engraved by V. L. Ourdan and
M. Franke.   Washington, D. C. 1894.   19x25J.
[United States. *Navy department.    Bureau of navigation.    Hydro-,
graphic office.    Chart no. 1392]. ^
99
1894.
Map of Port Clarence reindeer station and vicinity Alaska.   13Jx22.
[In United States. Bepartment of the interior. Bureau of education.
Report on introduction of domesticated reindeer into Alaska. By Sheldon
Jackson.   1894.   8°.    Washington, 1894],
1894.
Nanoose harbor. From british survey in 1860. Drawn by L. E. von
Wimpffen and A. Klakring, engraved by R. A. Daniel, M. Franke, and
H. B. Hyatt. Extensive corrections July 1897. Washington, 1894.
18Jx23.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1395].
1894.
Nasparth and Ououkinsh inlets. From british surveys in 1863.
Drawn by H. P. Simpson. Engraved by A. G. Brni and V. L. Ourdan.
Washington, D. C. 1894.   27x23J.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1427],
1894.
Sketch map of Alaska.   1894.   14Jx22.
[In United States. Bepartment of the interior. Bureau of education.
Report on the introduction of domesticated reindeer into Alaska. By
Sheldon Jackson.   1891.   8°.    Washington, 1894],
1894.
The inner channels between Juan de Fuca strait and canal De Haro.
From british surveys in 1838-62 with additions and corrections to 1870.
Drawn by E. E. Court. Engraved by W. M. Dougal, W. P. Sefton and
M. Franke.    Washington, 1894.   25^x37.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1440].
1894.
Waters between Vancouver island and the mainland from Burrard
inlet to Cortes island including part of the strait of Georgia. From
british surveys in 1860 and 1864. Drawn by A. Klakring, engraved by
C. E. Birch J. A. Waddey and M. Franke. Washington, D. C. 1894.
27Jx36£.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1455],
1894.
West coast of Vancouver island, from Nootka sound to Klaskino
inlet. From british surveys iu 1862 to 1863. Drawn by L. E. von
Wimpffen and A. Klakring. Engraved by W. M. Dougal, M. Franke
and R. H. Gaskins.   Washington, D. C.   1894.   26x30«J.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1451]. 100
1894.
Sitka sound, Alaska. Published december, 1894. 17x24J Cincinnati, O. the Strobridge lith. co.   [1894].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8240].
llll 1894-
Inland passage between Sitka harbor and Hooniah sound through
Olga strait, Neva strait, and Peril straits, Alaska. Published april
1894. First published in 1885. 36Jx27. Washington, D. C, A. B.
Graham, photo, lith.    [1894],
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8259].
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. West coast of Vancouver island. Nootka sound. From a british survey in 1862. Drawn
by L. Dessez and A. Klakring.   36x20.   Washington, 1894.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1432].
Note.—Inset map of Nootka island.   Friendly cove.
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Vancouver island.
Port Augusta. From a british survey in 1860. Drawn by E. E. Court.
Extensive corrections jan. 1898.   21Jx20j.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1399].
Note.—Inset map of Baynes sound, Union wharf and anchorage. From a british
survey in 1893.
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. North coast of Vancouver island. Goletas channel with the passages leading into Queen
Charlotte sound. From british surveys in 1860 to 1868. Drawn by
E. E. Court and H. P. Simpson.   26|x40J.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1442].
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Johnstone strait. Port
Neville. From a british survey in 1860. Drawn by L. Dessez and
H. P. Simpson.   26x36.   Washington, 1894.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.   Chart no. 1416].
Note.—Inset map. Wellbore channel. Forward harbor. From a british survey
in 1863. 101
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Johnstone strait. Port
Harvey, From a british survey in 1860. Drawn by L. Dessez and A.
Klakring.   19Jx27.   Washington, 1894.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1398].
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. West coast of Vancouver island. Esperanza and Nuchatlitz inlets. From a british survey
in 1862.   Drawn by H. P. Simpson.   24Jx30J.   Washington, 1894.
[United States.   Navy department.   Bureau of navigation.    Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1430].
Note.—Inset maps Esperanza inlet, Queen's Cove.
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Vancouver island.
Klaskino and Klaskish inlets and anchorages. From a British survey
in 1862.   Drawn by H. P. Simpson.   24x31£.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1420]. :0£l*i
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. West coast of Vancouver island. Kyuquot sound. From a british survey in 1863. Drawn
by L. F. von Wimpffen and A. Klakring.   32.Jx23J.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1439].
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Vicinity of Queen
Charlotte sound, Sutelj channel, Cypress harbor. From a british survey in 1863.    Drawn by H. P. Simpson.    13x9|.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1397].
1894.
North America. Canada-British Columbia. Northwest part of
Vancouver island including Queen Charlotte sound and Scott islands.
From the british surveys in 1860 to 1870. Drawn by A. C. Roberts.
27x36.    Washington, 1894.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic offlce.    Chart no. 1452].
1894.
White Water bay, Chatham strait, Admiralty island, Alaska Published april, 1894. First published in 1883. 15x16. Washington, D. C.
the Norris Peters co. photo-litho., [1894].
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8233]. 102
1894.
Granite cove entrance to Port Althorp, Alaska. Published april,
1894. First published in 1883 from reconnaissance in June, 1880. 14x
18.   Washington, D. 0.   the Norris Peters co. photo litho., [1894].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8311].
1894.
Anchorage in Alaska, from plans published by the United States
government. Shumagin islands, Nagai I. Mist harbour. Shumagin
islands Little Koniushi I. Sandy Cove. Alaska peninsula, Portage bay
Albatross anch'e Kadiak i., Lazy bay. 18Jx26. London, admiralty,
1894.   Large corrections may, 1895.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chan no. 1915].
1894.
North America. Canada. British Columbia. West coast of Vancouver island from Nootka sound to Klaskino inlet. From british
surveys in 1862 to 1863.   26£x36£.   Washington, 1894.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart 1451].
1895.
Map of the province of British Columbia. Compiled by direction of
the hon. G. B. Martin. Compiled and drawn in the department of
lands and works by Gotfred Jorgensen. 45x52. Montreal, Sabiston
lith. & pub. co.    [1895].
1895.
M. W. Bruce's map Of Alaska. 22x34. Seattle, Wash; Lowman &
Hanford, 1895.
[In Bruce (Miner W.) Alaska.   8Q.    Seattle, 1895.   at end],
1895.
M. W. Bruce's map of Alaska. 22x35. Seattle, Wash., Lowman &
Hanford, 1895.
1895.
Alaska. Chart of Alaska. Compiled from United States and rus-*
sian authorities. Date of first publication 1890. 27x50. [Washington,
1895].     '
[United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey],
1895.
North America. Canada—British Columbia. South side of Vancouver island. Barclay sound. From a british survey in 1851. Drawn
by L. F. von Wimpffen and H. P. Simpson.   24Jx37.   Washington, LS95.
[United States, Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1449]. 103
1895.
North America. Canada—British Columbia. Waters between Vancouver island and the mainland. From Texada i. to Thurow is. including part of the strait of Georgia. From british surveys in 1860 and
1864.   Drawn by A. Klakring.   38Jx26.    Washington, 1895.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1454].
1895.
Cook inlet and vicinity, Alaska. Showing route, gold mines and
localities visited by messrs. Becker & Dall. 1S95. Reduced from C. S.
chart 8500 with corrections.   14x10.
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898 pi. 26].
1895.
Map of the Juneau mining district of southeast Alaska. Showing
mines visited, 1895.   8Jxl2.
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 16].
1895.
Sketch of part of the Alexander archipelago, showing the route of
messrs. Becker and Dall and localities examined by them. 1895.
104x7i.
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 15],
1895.
Sketch of part of the Shumagin islands, Alaska. Showing mineral
localities (including Apollo mine).
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi, 28].
1895.
Waters between Vancouver island and the mainland, from Thurlow is.
to Queen Charlotte sound including the neighboring straits and inlets.
From british surveys in 1860 aud 1865. Drawn by A. C. Roberts,
engraved by W. P. Sefton, R. H. Gaskins, and M. Franke. Washington,
D. C.   27x38.
[United States. Navy department Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1453].
1895.
Saginaw and Security bays, Frederick sound, Alaska. Published September 1895.    19|x23.
[ United Stales. Treasury department.' Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8214]. 104
1895.
Frederick sound and Summer strait s. e. Alaska. Issued may 1895.
Date of first publication 1891. ' 40^x41. Washington, D. C. engraved
by Evans & Bartle.   [1895].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8200].
1895.
Clarence strait, Revillagigedo channel and Portland canal, s. e. Alaska.
Issued may, 1895.   32x42.   Washington, D. C.   engraved by Evans &
Bartle, [1895].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8100].
1895.
Islands in the North Pacific, [i. e.] Midway island, Necker island.
Kur6 or Ocean island. Pearl and Hermes reef. Nihoa or Modu Manu.
Midway island, Seward road and Wells harbour. 24Jxl9. London,
admiralty, 1895.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty.    Chart no. 2169].
1895.
General sailing chart of the north west coast of America from San
Francisco to Bering sea. Compiled from United States and russian
authorities. Published march, 1895. (Date of first publication 1892).
28x39.
[ United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1895.
North America—west coast. Sitka sound (The Norfolk sound of Vancouver). Principally from the latest United States charts. Additions
from the russian chart of 1848.   25Jxl8J.   London, admiralty, 1895.
[Great Britain. Admiralty. Chart,   no. 2337].
1895.
North America—west coast. Alaska, Sitka harbour, and approaches
from a United States government survey 1893. 19x26. London, admiralty, 1895.
[Great Britain.   Admiralty Chart no. 2348].
1895.
Lynn canal and Stephens passage s. e. Alaska. Issued may, 1895.
Date of first publication 1892. 41x23. Washington D. C. engraved by
Evans & Bartle, [1895].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8300].
1896.
Part of the Trail creek mining camp, West-Kootenay, B. 0. Compiled by J. A. Kirk. Scale 1000 feet to an inch. 21x27. Seattle,
Wash., Lowman & Hanford, [18961. 105
1896.
Rand, McNally & co's indexed pocket map and shippers' guide of
British Columbia. 9 pp. lmap. 16°. Chicago and New York, Rand,
McNally & co.    [1896].
1896.
Map of Cook inlet, Alaska. Compiled from U. S. coast survey, russian and british admiralty charts and personal surveys and explorations by J. A. Becker. 20£x35J. Seattle, Wash., the O. P. Anderson
map & print co.    1896.
1896.
West coast of Vancouver island. From Barclay sound to Nootka
sound, from british surveys in 1861 to 1862. Drawn by H. P. Simpson.
Engraved by M. Franke, J. Forrest and J. L. Hazzard. 27x39£. Washington, D. C.   1896.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1450].
1896.
Windfall harbor, Seymour canal s. e. Alaska. Published oct. 1896.
(Date of first publication 1892). 28x19 New York, the Gillin printing
co.    [1896].
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8228].
1896.
Symonds bay, Sitka sound, Alaska. Published nov. 1896. (Date of
first publication 1880). 14x14. New York, the Gillin printing co.
[1896J.
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8237].
1896.
Gambier bay, Frederick sound, s. e. Alaska. Published oct. 1896.
(Date of first rjublication 1892). 27x20. New York, the Gillin printing
co.    [1896].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8224].
1896.
Kachemak bay, Cook inlet, Alaska. Published march, 1896.
17£x20|.    New York, the Gillin printing co.    [1896].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8651],
1896.
Alaska.    17x24.    Washington, the Norris Peters co.    [1896].
[In Jordan (Bavid Starr). Observations on the fur seals ofthePri-
bilof islands. Preliminary report. 8°. Washington, government printing office, 1896]. 106
1896.
North America. Canada—British Columbia. Anchorages on the
west coast of Vancouver island, i. e. Quatsing sound—Hecate cove.
Barclay sound — Eastern channel — Entrance anchorage. Quatsing
sound—Kobrino harbor. Barclay sound—Alberni channel —Stamp
harbor. Drawn by J. D. Cleary. Extensive corrections, aug. 1897.
16x15.   Washington, 1896.
[ United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro-
graphic office.    Chart no. 1541],
1896.
The Arctic regions with the tracks of search parties and the progress
of discovery. Compiled from the latest information. 1896. 40x40.
Washington, 1896.
[United States. Navy department. Bureau of navigation. Hydro^
graphic office.    Chart no. 1531].
Note.—Gives the north part of Alaska.
1896.
Preliminary chart. Aleutian islands from Yunaska island to Attu
island, Alaska. Compiled from United States and russian authorities.
3.0x38. Published dec, 1896. (Date of first publication 1894). New
York, the Gillin printing co.   [1896].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 9100].
1896.
Harbor charts, Dixon entrance and Clearence strait, Alaska. Published may, 1896. [i. e.] Port Chester—Cape Chacon—Port Tongass—
Tamgas harbor—Chasina anchorage—Niblack anchorage. 35Jx33£.
New York, the Gillin printing co.   [1896].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8074].
1897.
Alaska and n. w. territory gold fields. By Henry C. Langrehr. 25x17.
San Francisco, H. S. Crocker co.   [1897].
1897.
Alaska and northwest territory. Compiled from government surveys
and other reliable sources. 1897. [Also] The gold fields of the Upper
Yukon and its tributaries, and the trails from Juneau and Dyea. Geo.
H. Plummer del.   23xl8J.    Tacoma, the Blatchly co. lith.    [1897].
1897.
Aiaskan gold mining company of America's map of Alaska, showing
the different routes to the gold fields of the Yukon & Klondike districts.   19Jx26J.    Milwaukee, J. Knauber litho. co.    [1897 J.
Note.—Circular of company on reverse side. 107
1897.
A map of Alaska.   13x17 J.
[In Leonard (John W.) The gold fields of the Klondike. 12°. Chicago,
A. N. Marquis & co.   1897],
1897.
Beers (J* L.) Alaska and the Yukon district. Compiled from official
maps and reports and private information. 65x52. New York, J. L.
Beers,    [1897].
Note.—Blue print.
1897.
Chart of sea otter grounds of the Aleutian islands.   19x37^.
[In Hooper (C. L.)   A report on the sea-otter banks of Alaska.   8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1897.   at end],
1897.
Alaska: its neglected past, its brilliant future. By Bushrod Washington James. 444 pp. 32 pi. 16 maps. 12°. Philadelphia, the sunshine publishing co.    1897.
LIST OF MAPS.
No. 1. Arctic circle.
No. 2. Bering (or Behring) sea.
No. 3. Upper Yukon river, the Klondyke and the Stewart rivers, northwestern
British Columbia and Alaskan areas.
No. 4. Entrance to the Inland Passage to Alaska from Puget sound and gulf of
Georgia; from Cape Mudge to Port Alexander, through Discovery passage, Johnstone strait, Broughton strait, Queen Charlotte sound, Christie passage and New
Channel.
No. 5. Seymour Narrows and vicinity.
No. 6. Port Alexander to Point Walker, through South passage and Fitzhugh
sound.
No. 7. Point Walker to Swanson hay through Lama passage, Seaforth channel,
Milbank sound and Finlayson channel.
No. 8. Swanson hay to Chatham sound, through Fraser reach, McKay reach, Wright
sound, Grenville channel and Malacca passage.
No. 9. Dixon entrance, through Chatham sound, Ofidamme passage and Revilla-
gigedo channel—Old Fort Tongas.
No. 10. Portland canal and Observatory inlet, Southern limit and boundary line
of Alaska.
No. 11. Behm canal and Clarence strait.
No. 12. From Cape Northumberland to Point Agassiz, through Clarence strait,
Stikine strait, Summer strait and- Wrangel strait—Old Fort W ran gel.
No. 13. From Point Agassiz to Point Craven, through Dry strait, Frederick sound
and Chatham strait.
No. 14. From Point Craven to Sitka, through Peril strait, Neva and Olga straits.
No. 15. From Point Craven to Lynn Canal, through Chatham strait, Juneau and
Douglas island.
No. 16. Lynn canal, Chilkoot and Ghilcat inlets, Dyea and Skaguay—starting
points for the trails to the Upper Yukon gold fields.
/ 108
1897.
Chart of White Horse rapids, Yukon river. Showing course and
manner of running boats through. [By Humes, Lysons and Sallee.
anon.]    6fx4.    [n. p. 1897].
1897.
General chart of Alaska. Compiled from United States and russian
authorities. Published June 1897. (Date of first publication 1890).
27x49J.   Washington, A. B. Graham,    [1897].
[ United States.    Treasury department.    Coast and geodetic survey].
1897.
The gold and coal fields of Alaska together with the principal steamer
routes and trails. Scale 36o~oo o "o or about 57 miles to one inch. Published jan. 1898. The base is a copy of a part of chart T. of the U. S.
coast and geodetic survey, edition of June, 1897. Department of the
interior.   U. S. geological survey.   23Jx28j.
[In National geographic society. The National geographic magazine.
Klondike number. April, 1898. 8° Washington, society, 1898. v. 9.
no. 4].
1897.
Guide map of Alaska and adjacent territory. 7x9. Seattle, Wash.,
the O. P. Anderson map & blue print co.    [1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska and a portion of the northwest territory, showing the
new gold fields and the route of the North American transportation and
trading co. of Alaska & Chicago. Compiled and drawn by I. P.
Berthrong.    18Jx23.   Washington, A. B.Graham photo, lith.   [1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska. Map showing all routes to the gold fields. [On
reverse].    Map showing North America.    19x12.
[In Tuttle (C. R.) The golden north. 16°. Chicago, Rand, McNally
& co.    1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska and the Yukon district of the northwest territory of
Canada. Compiled from the latest United States coast survey and
from special surveys and information. Beported by Wm. Ogilvie to
the government of Canada. B. C. Kenway, c. e. 20x26. Tacoma, the
Blatchly co. lith.    [1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska, modified from U. S. coast survey chart T. according
to explorations by U. S. geological survey party in charge of J. E.
Spurr.   1896.    9^x10.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district, Alaska.
8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 32], 109
1897.
Outline map of the Upper Yukon and vicinity adapted from coast
survey chart—T.   6Jx6J.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district, Alaska.
8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 37].
1897.
Sketch map showing a portion of the Forty mile gold mining district, Alaska. Topography by J. E. Spurr, H. B. Goodrich and P. C.
Schrader.    1897.   13x14.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district, Alaska.
8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 46].
1897.
Reconnaissance map of a portion of the Yukon gold belt and adjacent regions in Alaska and part of the northwest territory. 1897.
9x12.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edivard). Geology of the Yukon gold district, Alaska.
8°.   -Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 38].
1897.
Sketch map of the ^southern portion of British Columbia indicating-
chief means of communication.   11^x16.
[In British Columbia. Minister of mines office. Annual report of the
minister of mines.   1897.. 8°. . Victoria, 1898].
tllll 1897-
Map of Alaska. (Published provisionally). 20^x25. New York,.
G. W. & C. B. Colton & co.    1897.
1897.
Map of Alaska.    12x20.    Chicago, Fort Dearborn publishing co.
[1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska, showing Klondyke gold fields.   24x27.    [San Francisco], W. B. Walkup, [1897].
1897.
Map of Alaska, showing the various routes of reaching the gold
regions.   Compiled from the most recent surveys and authentic sources.
Scale 1 inch—100 miles.   Rice & Oarruthers, mining engineers, etc.
Helena, Mont.   32x28.   Chicago, litho. co.    [1897].
1897.
Map of Skaguay trail, Alaska. Compiled from surveys for the
Skaguay & Yukon transportation & improvement co., by Norman R.
Smith. 39Jx22J. Seattle, Wash.,, the O. P. Anderson map & blue
print co.   1897. 110
1897.
y  Map of the gold region showing the route of the diggings   6x7J.
[In Coolidge (L. A.)   Klondike and the Yukon country.   16°.   Philadelphia, H. Altemus, 1897.   front.]
1897.
Map of Trail Creek mining camp, district of Kootenai, province of
British Columbia. Compiled and published by Balston C. Kenway.
35x25i.    [Tacoma, Wash.   1897].
1897.
Map of Upper Yukon mining dist. and adjacent regions. Scale 1 inch
25 miles.   By G. W. Garside.   No. 2.   20Jxl9J.   [n. p.   1897].
Note.—Blue print.
1897.
Map showing locations of creeks in Klondike, Indian, Bryant, Montana and Moose hide creek mining divisions of Yukon district, N. W. T.
Compiled by W. D. Johns, Wm. H. Chambers, E. M. Pound.   On linen.
13£xl5J.    [n.p.    1897].
1897.
Map showing routes from San Francisco to Alaska and the Klondike.
19Jx25. • San Francisco, Dakin pub. co.    [1897].
1897.
Map of the Canadian Yukon and northern territory of British Colum-
^bia.   38Jx26J.
[In Gosnell(R. E.) The year book of British Columbia. 8°. Victoria,
1897].
1897.
\/%    Map of the west division of Kootenay district and a portion of Lil-
looet, Yale & East Kootenay, B. C.   30x22.
[In Gosnell (R.E.) The year book of British Columbia. 8°. Victoria,
1897].
1897.
Ogelvie's official map of the Klondyke and the gold fields of the
northwest territory.   34x26.    [Seattle, Wash., 1897].
Note.—Blue print.    Copyright by Carlos P. Watkins.
1897.
Post route map of the territory of Alaska, with adjacent parts of
the dominion of Canada and portion of Washington and Oregon.
26x44.   [Washington, 1897].
[United States.   Post office department].
1897.
Rand-McNally official 24x36 map of Alaska. 22x35. Chicago,
Rand, McNally & co.    [1897]. Ill
1897.
Richardson's map of the Klondike, Alaska and north west gold fields.
Compiled from all the latest surveys and scientific explorations including the U. S. coast and geodetic survey, the recent surveys of the
dominion of Canada, the exploratory survey of dr. G. M. Dawson and
the very latest reports of W. Ogilvie [etc.] 54x39. Pueblo, Colo., C.
O. Richardson, [1897].
1897.
Route map Juneau to Porcupine river, Alaska. Published sept.
1897.   42x19.    [Washington, 1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 3100].
1897.
The Klondike gold fields. Map of Alaska and a
northwest territory, showing routes to the gold fields,
cago, Poole bros.    [1897].
1897.
Yancouver isld. and adjacent mainland.   8x11 J.
[In Gosnell (R. E.)    The year book of British Columbia,
toria, 1897].
Note.—On reverse "Map of Cariboo dist."
portion of the
17£x23.    Chi-
8°.    Vic-
1897.
Yukon gold fields. Map showing routes from Victoria, B. C. to the
various mining camps on Yukon river and its branches. 32 pp. 1
map.    15x21 J.    Victoria, B. C, C. H. Lugrin, 1897.
[British Columbia.   Parliament.   Legislative assembly].
1897.
Alaska peninsula and Aleutian islands to Seguam Pass, Alaska.
Compiled from latest information.    Published august, 1897.   28Jx31J.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8800].
1897.
Sea coast and interior waters of Washington from Grays harbor to
Semiahmoobay. Published Jan., 1897. (Date of first publication 1896).
38Jx32J.    Cincinnati, O. the Strobridge lith Co.    [1897].
[United States. .Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 6400].
1897.
St. Michael bay, Alaska. Published January 1897. (Date of first
publication 1896). 35x33. Washington, D. C, A. B. Graham photo
lith.    [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 9375],
m* mm 112
1897.
Harbor charts, Zarembo island and vicinity, Alaska. Published sept.
1897.   30x28J.   Washington, D. C.   A. B. Graham photo, lith.   [1897J.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no 8154].
1897.
Harbor charts, Clarence strait and Behm canal, Alaska. Published
may, 1897.   30x27£.    Cincinnati, O.   the Strobridge lith. co.    [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8124].
1897.
Islands and harbors off the Alaska peninsula, Alaska, [i. e.] Chiachi
islands—Semidi islands, Chirikof island and Lighthouse rocks—Falmouth harbor, Nagai island, Shumagin island—Simeonof harbor Si-
meonof i. Shumagin islands—Eagle harbor, Nagai island, Shumagin
islands—northwest and Yukon harbors Shumagin islands—Northeast
harbor, Shumagin islands—Shumagin islands—Published October, 1897.
(Date of first publication 1875). 23x26. Washington, D. C. A. B.
Graham, photo, lith.   [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8881].
1897.
Lynn canal from Point Sherman to Head s. e. Alaska. Published
June, 1897. 41x29. Washington, D. C. A. B. Graham photo-lith.
[1897].
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8303].        ** J*^
1897.
North west coast of America, Sheet no. 1. Cape Flattery to Dixon
entrance. Published jan. 1897. 26x33. Washington, D. C, A. B. Graham, photo, lith.    [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 7000].
1897.
North west coast of America. Sheet no. 2. Dixon entrance to
Cape St, Elias. Published Jan., 1897. 25Jx34. Cincinnati, O. the
Strobridge lith. co.    [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8000].
1897.
Chart of Iliuliuk harbor, Unalaska—Sketch of St. Matthew and
adjoining islands—Sketch of Sannak ids. and reefs, Alaska—Sketch
of Port Moller, north side Alaska peninsula, Bering sea—Sketch
of Acherk harbor, Sannak i.—St. Paul Kadiak island—First pub- 113
lished in   1875.    Published July 1897.   23^x28.
Andrew B. Graham, photo-litho., [1897].
[United States.    Treasury  department.    Coast
Chart no. 8901].
1897.
St. Paul island, Pribilof group, Bering sea. Alaska. [And] St.
Georges island, Pribilof group, Bering sea, Alaska. Published may,
1897 date of first publication 1892. 36x23. Cincinnati, O. the
Strobridge lith. co. [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8990].
1897.
Anderson's new map of Alaska and northwest territory. Compiled
and published by the O. P. Anderson map and blue print co. 20^x33.
Seattle, Wash.    [1897].
1897.
Alaska and part of the northwest territory including Klondike
region. Compiled from the U. S. russian and english official charts and
explorations and the most recent information from reliable sources.
Under the instruction and supervision of Robt. A. Habersham U. S.
surveyor general for Oregon. Rudolf Kraft, draughtsman. 41x60.
[n. p. 1897].
Note.—Blue print.
1897.
Revillagigedo channel, Alaska. Issued march, 1897. 39x28. Cincinnati, O.   the Strobridge lith. co.    [1879.]
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8075].
1897.
Portland canal, Alaska. Published march, 1897. 40x25. Cincinnati,
O. the Strobridge lith. co.    [1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8051].
1897.
I Conkey (W. B) co.   The official guide of the Klondyke country.    12°.
Chicago, W. B. Conkey co., 1897.
LIST OF MAPS.
North American transportation company's map of Alaska and route by steamer
to the Yukon gold fields.
Map showing the three overland routes from Juneau to Lewes river and the gold
fields, by the department of the interior of the dominion of Canada.
Map of Yukon river and its tributaries, by the department of the interior of the
dominion of Canada.
Map of North America.
5395 8 114
Bulletin.
May, 189.8
no. 16.
p. 356].
Bulletin.
May, 1898
no. 16.
p. 359].
Map of Klondyke river aud its affluents, by the department of the interior of the
dominion of Canada.
Map of Alaska, showing known area of gold-producing rock in 1896, by J. Edward
Spurr, U*. S. Geological Survey.
Map of the gold fields of the Northwest.
1898.
Anderson's Klondike map. 19£x28. Seattle, Wash., compiled and
published by the O. P. Anderson map & blue print co.   1898.
1898.
Copper river, Cooks inlet, the Tanana, the Yukon, Alaska. By
George Davidson.   25x21.    San Francisco, 1898.
1898.
American creek district, Alaska.    3Jx4J.
[In United States. Bepartment of labor. Bulletin. May. 1898. 8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.
1898.
Birch creek district, Alaska.    15Jxl8.
[In United States. Bepartment of labor. Bulletin. May, 1898. 8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.
1898.
Columbia river. Sheet no. 1. Entrance to Upper Astoria. Scale
toio o-    Date of first publication 1868.   24Jx33.    [Washington, 1898].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 6140].
Note.—Corrected to april 15, 1898.
1898.
Rugg's new map of the Klondike gold fields, Yukon district and
adjacent territories. Compiled from the latest information in the
Canadian and United States government departments by Bowland
Rugg, geographical specialist to the late James Wyld. Scale about 30
miles = 1 inch.    18x27J.    London, Forster, Groom & co.    1898.
[In Ball (W.H.) & others. The Yukon territory, etc. Introduction by
F, Mortimer Trimmer.   8°.   London, Bowney & co.    1898].
1898.
Forty mile district, showiug boundary line.    7£xll.
[In United States.   Bepartment of labor.   Bulletin.    May, 1898.   8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.   no. 16.   p. 352],
1898.
General chart of Alaska. Scale seooooo' Compiled from United
States and russian authorities. Published april 1898. Date of first
publication 1890.   27Jx48.   Baltimore, A. Hoen & co.   lith.   1898.
[United States. Treasury department. Coast a/nd geodetic survey.
Sailing chart T],
Note.—Corrected to april 15, 1898. 115
1898.
Klondike mining district, northwest territory.    5Jx4J.
[In United States.    Bepartment of labor.    Bulletin.    May, 1898.    8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.    no. 16.   p. 316].
1898.
Map of Central Alaska, Cook inlet and Copper river including Klondike, White Tanana, and Minook rivers. By J. B. Tyrrell, 1898.
27x24.
[In United States. Bepartment of labor. Bulletin. May, 1898. 8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.    no. 16, p. 299].
1898.
Map of a portion of the Yukon gold belt and adjacent regions, showing lines along which geologic notes have been made.   8x12.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district,
Alaska.    8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898,   pi, 39],
1898.
Map of the known distribution of the neocene formations in Alaska.
By W. H. Dall.    6Jx9.
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska,   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 1].
1898.
Map of Silver bay, Baranof island. Adopted from coast survey
chart S240.    Location of mines by Geo. F. Becker.   10Jx9.
[In Becker (George F.) Reconnaissance of the gold fields of southern
Alaska.    8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 23].
1898.
Map of northwest Alaska, showing the region drained into Kotzebue
sound by the Kubuck or Putnam, Notoark and Selawik rivers and the
country adjoining, explored by the U. S. naval expedition 1885-86
under lieut. George M. Stoney, U. S. N. Compiled from the original
charts and papers by A. L. McDonald. This map was made to accompany a work by It. Geo. M. Stoney, now in press. 20x26. San Francisco,- lith.    Brittou & Bey, 1898.
1898.
Minook creek district, Alaska.    7x4J.
[In United States. Bepartment of labor. Bulletin. May, 1898. 8°.
Washington, government printing office, 1898.    no. 16.   p. 357],
1898.
North west coast of America.    Sheet no. 2..  Dixon entrance to cape
-0--0-0-.   Published mar. 1898.    Date of first publi-
St. Elias.    Scale T-j-oh:
cation 1868.   26x34.    [Washington, 1898].
[ United States Treasury department.   Coast and geodetic survey.   Chart
no. 8000].
Note.5—Corrected to april 15, 1898. 116
1898.
Outline map of the Lower Yukon river and vicinity adapted from
U. S. coast survey chart—T.   5x7J.
[In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district,
Alaska.   8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898   pi. 34].
1898.
Part of Alaska and Northwest territory.
Compiled for the Mt.
Wrangle co.
[Boston, W. W. Fisk, 1898].
1898.
Route map Juneau to Porcupine river. Alaska. Scale tiwooo-
Published march 1898. Date of first publication 1897. 4^x16. [Washington, 1898].
[ United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart 3100].
1898.
Alaska.    12x15.
[In Be Windt (Harry). Through the gold-fields of Alaska to Bering
straits.   8°.   New York and London, Harper & brothers.   1898].
1898.
Map of Alaska and the Klondike. From a model by Cosmos Mindeleff.
Based on the maps of the United States coast and geodetic survey and
other data. Scale 57 miles to 1 inch. 22^x28. New York, the Alaska
relief map co.    [1898].
1898.
Map of Alaska and the Klondike. From a model by Cosmos Mindeleff.
Based on the map of the United States coast and geodetic survey and
other data. Scale 95 miles to 1 inch. 13Jxl7J. New York, the Alaska
relief map co.    [1898].
1898.
Map of the Canadian Pacific railway and connections showing routes
to the Yukon gold fields, Alaska, Klondike and the northwestern mining
territories of Canada.   17x26J.   Chicago, Poole bros., 1898.
1898.
Map of the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. Showing its connections
to the Klondike gold fields.    7Jxl5J.   Chicago, Poole bros., [1898].
1898.
Oregon railroad & navigation company's inap of Alaska and the
Klondike mining country.   22x18.   Chicago, Poole bros., [1898]. 117
1898.
Route map Juneau to Porcupine river. Alaska. 1898. Date of
first publication, 1897.   42x19.    [Washington, 1898].
[United States. Treasury department. Ooast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 3100].
1898.
Sketch map showing location of creeks in Klondike, Indian, Bryant,
Montana, Deadwood, Moosehide, Henderson and Stewart rivers. Mining division of the Yukon district, N. W. T. For sale by Geo. W.
Young, Paris, Mo.   11x18.   Seattle, Wash., Lowman & Hanford, [1898],
1898.
The american Yukon gold fields. Compiled and published by Chas.
O. Richardson.    144x31.   Portland, Or.   1898.
Note.—Blue print.
1898.
The Century atlas. Alaska. No. 58. 10Jxl5. New York, the century co.   [1898].
1898.
Yukon river. Alaska. Published Jan., 1898. 20Jx39£. [Washington*
1898].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 3098].
1898.
The gold fields of Alaska together with the principal steamer routes
and trails. Scale—1:3600000 or about 57 miles to one inch. Published
jan. 1898. The base is a copy of a part of chart T. of the U. S. coast
and geodetic survey, edition of June, 1897.   23x29.
[In. United States. Bepartment of the interior. United States geological survey. Map of Alaska, showing known gold-bearing rocks with
descriptive text. [By S. F. Emmons]. 8°. Washington, engraving and
printing division of the United States geological survey, 1898].
1898
Sketch map showing geology and topography of the Birch Creek
gold mining district, Alaska. Topography by J. E. Spurr, H. B.
Goodrich and F. C. Schrader.   13Jxl3.
[ In Spurr (Josiah Edward). Geology of the Yukon gold district, Alaska.
8°.    Washington, government printing office, 1898.   pi. 50].
1898.
Territory of Alaska. Scale uro o o o o • Compiled by the U. S. coast
and geodetic survey from its own survey and all other available 118
sources and published at Washington in april 1898.   64x86.   Baltimore, photo,   lith. by A. Hoen & co.    [1898].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 3090].
1898.
Unalaska bay, Iliuliuk and Dutch harbors. Alaska. Scale 4-0-<r<To-
First published in 1875. Published april 1898. 26Jxl7. [Washington, 1897].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart 9007].
Note.—Corrected to april 15, 1898.
1898.
Yukon map. Scale six miles to one inch. Surveyor general's office.
Department of the interior. Ottawa, Canada. March, 1898. 8 sheets
each 29£x22J.   [Ottawa, 1898].
1898.
The Klondike gold fields. Map of Alaska. 17x23. Chicago, Poole
bros, 1898.
[Northern Pacific railroad].
1898.
North West coast of America. Sheet no. 3.. Icy bay to Semidi islands.
Published Jan., 1898. 27x34. Washington, D. C. Andrew B. Graham,
lithographer.    [1898].
[United States. Treasury department. Coast and geodetic survey.
Chart no. 8500].
1898.
Alaska and Pacific coast map. Giving distances by railway from the
principal cities of the United States to sailing ports of the Pacific
coast, also names of steamers and sailing dates to all points of Alaska.
Designed and published by J. A. Finch. 1898. 37x23. San Francisco, the Hicks Judd co.   [1898].
1898.
Map of Dyea and Skaguay trails. [By F. La Roche, anon.] 10x7J.
[Seattle, Wash.   1898].
1898.
Map of central Alaska, Cook inlet and Copper river including Klondike, White, Tanaua and Munook rivers. Compiled from latest information. U. S. c. & g. survey, U. S. geological survey. Report of
govr. of Alaska, 1897, lieut's Allen and Schwatka, J. W. Hayes^ xlth.
U. S. census, I. C. Russell, lieut. Cantwell, Ogilvie, dr. Dawson, and
best existing maps of others. By J. B. Tyrrell, Wm. Bauman, jr. del.
31Jx28.   Washington, D. C. and Oakland, Cal.   1898. mmmMm?^am
'ti3£fcjT?'
119
1898.
Map of central Alaska, Cook inlet and Copper river including Klondike, White, Tanana, and Minook rivers. By J. B. Tyrrell. Compiled
from latest information and official sources. U. S. c. & g. survey, U. S.
geol. survey. Report of gov. of Alaska. 1897. Allen, Schwatka, Ogil-
vie, Dawson, and best existing maps of others. 27x24. Washington,
D. C. the Norris Peters co.    [1898].
1898.
Map of Scaguay, Alaska, U. S. A. Nearest outfitting point to the
Klondike. Scale 200 ft. to an inch. [By Frank H. Reid. anon.] 27x15.
[n. p. 1898].
Note.—Blue print.
1898.
Map of the western part of the dominion of Canada, shewing various
routes to the Yukon dist. 1898. Scale 50 miles to 1 inch. Compiled
and drawn under the direction of W. T. Jennings. 35Jx31. Buffalo,
N. Y. the Matthews-Northrup co.    [1898].  PURCHASED.AA-!5!».J
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