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 SENATE  DOCUMENT  No. 162.
58th Congress, 20 Session.
Alaskan  B1 undar y ITribunal
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UNITED SMES ATLAS
MAPS AND CHARTS ACCOMPANYING THE
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58th Congress, 2d Session.
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MAPS AND CHARTS ACCOMPANYING THE
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1. General Map.    Adjacent parts of North America and Asia.    Pre-
■   pared at the office of the U.*S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1903.
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2. Southeastern   Alaska,  showing  a  line   drawn  approximately   10
marine leagues distant from tide water and also showing by tints
the division of the drainage between the Pacific slope and the
interior rivers. Prepared at the office of the U. S. Coast and
Geodetic Survey, 1903.
3. Southeastern Alaska, showing in red the four lines successively
proposed by Sir Charles Bagot in the negotiations of 1823—1824.
Prepared at the office of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey,
1903.-
4. Map No. 7 from Vancouver's Atlas of 1798, reduced by pho
tography from the original size of 23 J by 29^ inches.
5. Map No. 12 from Vancouver's Atlas of 1798, reduced by pho
tography from the original size of 23^ by 28-^ inches.
6. Part of a Map published at St. Petersburg in 1802 by the
Quartermaster-General's Department, reduced by photography,
the original size of the section here given being 16§ by 21 § inches.
The full title in Russian is given on the page facing the map.
Translated, it reads: "Map of the marine discoveries of Russian
navigators in the Pacific and the Icy seas, accomplished in various
years. Compiled at His Imperial Majesty's depot of charts, corrected by the latest observations of foreign navigators, and
engraved in the year 1802." The original map from which this
extract is made was sent to the Department of State on September
21 (October 3), 1821, by Mr. Henry Middleton, United States
minister to Russia. Another copy of the same map, with slightly
different manuscript notes, was sent to the foreign office, London,
by Sir Charles Bagot, with his dispatch No. 56, of November 17,
1821.
7. Part of a Map of North America, published at Augsburg in
1807 by Johann Walch. Reproduced on original scale, with title
moved to come within the limits of the section. Translated, the
title reads: "Map of North America, drawn according to the
latest discoveries and the most reliable astronomical determinations.    By Joh: Walch, Augsburg, 1807."
8. The Northwest Part of a "Map of British North America,
after Mr. Arrowsmith," from Pinkerton's Modern Atlas, published at Philadelphia in 1818; reproduced on original scale.
9. Part of Brum's Map of North America, 1815-1819, reproduced
on original scale, with title facing map. Translated, the title
reads: "Copper-plate map of North America, dedicated and presented to Monsieur by H. Brae", geographical engineer to His Royal
Highness. Paris, 1815. Revision and additions by the author
in April, 1819s"
10. Part of the 1 Map of America by A. Arrowsmith, Hydrog-
rapher to His Majesty, 1822. Additions to 1823," reproduced from a photographic copy furnished by the War Office,
London, and certified by C. S. N. Grant, D. A. A. G., May 16,
1899. pi
11. Part of Russian Admiralty Chart No. 1266, published in
1826. Reproduced on original scale, with title moved to come
within, this section. Translated, the title reads: "General chart
of the South Sea, Sheet II, from the equator to latitude 72° 30'
north and from longitude 112° 30' to 192° 30' east.    1826."
12. Part of A. Arrowsmith's Map of North America, published
in 1795 and revised to 1833; reproduced on original scale.
The title facing the map is slightly reduced to bring it within
the limits of the page.
13. Part of Brum's Map of North America, published at Paris in
1833,. after the death of the author. Reproduced on original
scale, with title facing map. ' Translated, the title reads: " New
map of North America, Greenland, and adjacent islands, dedicated
to the Royal Academy of Sciences of the Institute of France by
A. H. Brae", geographer to the King, member of the central
committee of the Geographical Society of Paris, member of the
Geographical Society of London, etc.    Paris, 1833."
14. Past of "A Map of North America, Constructed According
to the Latest Information, by H. S. Tanner, 1839."
Published at Philadelphia. Reproduced on original scale. The
title is somewhat reduced to bring it within the limits of the page.
15. Part of the "Map of the Western & Middle Portions oi
North America, to illustrate the history of California, Oregon,
and the other countries on the northwest coast of America, by
Robert Greenhow. Compiled from the best authorities by Robert
Greenhow. Drawn by George H. Ringgold. Engraved by
E. F. Woodward, Philadelphia," 1844. Reproduced on original
scale, with title moved to come within the limits of the section.
16. Part of a Map of the Western Coast of America from the atlas
accompanying the work entitled "Exploration du Territoire de
l'Oregon, etc., par M. Duflot de Mofras," etc., Paris, 1844. Reproduced on original scale, with the title moved to come within this
extract. Translated, the title reads: "Map of the coast of America
on the North Pacific Ocean, comprising the Oregon territory,
the Californias, the Vermilion Sea, part of the territories of the
Hudson's Bay Company and of Russian America. Drawn by
M. Duflot de Mofras, attache" of the French legation in Mexico,
to illustrate his explorations. Published by order of the King,
under the auspices of marshal, the Duke of Dalmatia, president
of the council of ministers, and of the minister of foreign affairs
Paris, 1844."
17. The Greater Part of a Map of " The British Dominions in
North America," which appears as an inset map on the large
"Map of the Provinces of Canada," etc., "by Joseph Bouchette,
Depy. Survr. Genl. L. C, 1853." This title is given in full, facing
the extract from the map, which is reproduced on the original scale.
18. Part of a Mercator Man of the World, published by the
Spanish Admiralty in 1857. The extract is reproduced on
the original scale. The title, which has been moved and reduced
in size to bring it within the limits of this extract, translated,
reads: "Spherical map of the Terraqueous Globe, constructed at
the hydrographic office from the latest surveys, and presented to
Her Majesty by His Excellency Don Francisco de Lersundi,
lieutenant-general of the forces and minister of marine. Madrid,
1857."
19. The greater part of the "Map of the Northwest Part of
Canada, Hudson's Bay & Indian Territories. Drawn by
Thos. Devine by order of the Honble. Joseph Cauchon, Commr.
of Crown Lands, Toronto, March, 1857," published in the report
of the select committee of the House of Commons on the Hudson's
Bay Company, 1857. Reproduced on the original scale, but with
the title moved to come within the extract.
20. Part of the "Map of the Russian Dominions on the Shores of
the Eastern Ocean, 1861," given in Vol. II of Tikhmanief's
"Historical review of the organization of the Russian-American
Company." St. Petersburg, 1861-1863. Reproduced on the
original scale. The title of the map as above given is a translation of the Russian original.
21. Part of a Mercator's Map of the World, by Hermann Berghaus
and Fr. v. Stiilpnagel, published at Gotha by Justus Perthes in
1863.    Reproduced on original scale with the title moved.
22. Part of Russian Admiralty Chart No. 1345, published in
1844 and revised to 1864. Reproduced on original scale,
with title moved. Translated, the title reads: "Chart of the Icy
Sea and the Eastern Ocean, compiled from the latest information
in the hydrographic department of the marine ministry, 1844."
Foot note reads: "Corrected to 1864."
23. Part of British Admiralty Chart No. 2461 " Pacific Ocean,
Cook River to Gulf of California, 1861." Corrected to
1866. Reproduced on original scale, with title lines and notes
moved and assembled.
24. Part of the Map of Northwestern America, prepared for
the Department of State at the office of the U. S. Coast
Survey in 1867. Reproduced on original scale, with title
moved.
25. Southeastern Alaska, with sites of various Indian villages as located
by Lieut. G. T. Emmons, U. S. Navy (retired), prepared at the
office of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1903.
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26. Southeastern Alaska, a reprint of Map No. 2 of the Atlas accom
panying the Case of the United States, with the addition of the
line now claimed, by Great Britain. (See British Case, Atlas,
No. 37.)
27. Map presented to the Joint High Commission at Quebec in
1898 by the British Commissioners. Reduced by photography from the original size.
28. A series of eight maps of the Alaskan lisiere, from British
Sources. Reduced to a common scale for purposes of comparison.
(a) Official map of British Columbia, 1884.    (See British Case, Atlas,
No. 31.)    Reproduced on original scale.
(V) Another edition of the same map, also dated 1884, but presumably
later than (a).
(c) Dawson's map, Sessional Papers, 1887, from Senate Ex. Doc. 146,
50th Congress, 2d session.    (See British Case, Atlas, No. 34.)
(<£) Official map of British Columbia, 1893.
(e) Official map of British Columbia, 1895.
(/) Map  presented  to  Joint High  Commission in  1898  by  British
Commissioners.
(g) Map from Year Book of British Columbia, 1897.
Qi) Official British Government map, 1903.   (British Case, Atlas, No. 37.)
29. A series of six maps of the lower part of the Stikine River.
Redrawn on a common scale for purposes of comparison.
(a) Prof. W. P. Blake's sketch map of the Stikine River, 1863.    Reduced.
(&) Wright's map of the Cassiar District, 1876.    Enlarged.    (See deposition of Geo. H. Halpine, U. S. Counter Case, App., p. 265.)
(c) General map of Alaska by U. S. Coast Survey, 1869, with results
of Western Union Telegraph explorations.    Enlarged.
(d) Hunter's  survey of the   Lower  Stikine,  1877.    Reduced.    (See
British Case, Atlas, No. 26.)
(e) Surveyor-General   Dennis's   sketch   map   of  the   Stikine,   1878.
Enlarged.    (See British Case, Atlas, No. 27.)
(/) Canadian Geological Survey map, 1884.    Enlarged.    (See British
Case, Atlas, No. 32.)
30. Portland Canal and adjacent waters, from Chart No. 8100 of the
U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey.    Reproduced on original scale.
31. Tracing accompanying report of Lieut. Col. Robert N. Scott,
U. S. Army, 1867. (Case of United States, App., pp. 347-351.)
Reproduced on original scale.
32. Map of Pyramid Harbor and vicinity, 1891.   Reduced.   (See
deposition of Hugh Murray, U. S. Counter Case, App., p. 229.)
..n.   n        ^cimnsinTi's man, from his narrative of a journey
33. Part of Sir George Simpson s map, duced on ori inal    ^
round the world, published ml84<..   **F
(See British Case, Atlas, No. 17.)
4> +!,/» Vufittian Tlmnire contained in S. S. Hill's
on original scale, with title reduced and moved.
H   ,w» • i ™«™ H nviiUh North America, from the report of
35- m^i s^°£^£&3r^%e ^"^^srsss^sr aa
Hudson's Bay Company, 1857.   Repioduced on ongmal
scale.    (See British Case, Atlas, No. 21.)
S6 Part of official map of British Columbia, from Parliamen-
tary Blue Book, 1859.    Reproduced on ongmal scale.
37 Part of Imray's chart of the North Pacific Ocean, London,
1869! Reproduced on original scale, with title reduced and
moved.
38. Part of British Admiralty Chart No. 787, published 1
1877.    Reproduced on  original  scale, with title reduced and
moved.
39. Part of official Canadian map, published by the Department
Of the Interior, 1878.    Reproduced on  original  scale, with
title reduced and moved.
40. Part of map of Manitoba, Keewatin, British Columbia, etc.,
Montreal, 1880.    Reproduced   on  original  scale,   with title
reduced and moved.
41. Part of map of British Columbia and the North West Terri-
tory, by the Canadian Geological Survey, 1881. Reduced
42. Part of official Canadian map, published by the Department
Of Railways, 1882.    Reproduced on original scale, with title
. reduced and moved.
43. Part of official Canadian map, published by the Department
Of Railways, 1883.    Reproduced on original scale, with title
reduced and moved.
44. Part of map of British Columbia and North West Territory,
Plate 72 of Stanford's London Atlas, 1887. Reproduced on
original scale, with title moved.
45. Part of map of the western portion of the Dominion oi
Canada, Plate 46 of Keith Johnston's Royal Atlas, 1894. Reproduced on original scale.
46. Part of a map of the western part of the Dominion i
Canada, by J. G. Bartholomew, to accompany a paper by Im
Ogilvie in the Scottish Geographical Magazine, 1898. Reproduced on original scale.
47. Part of map of British Columbia, Plate 39E of Black's General
Atlas, 1898.    Reproduced on original scale.
MM BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES IN REGARD TO SOME OF THE CARTOGRAPHERS WHOSE MAPS APPEAR IN THIS ATLAS.
Arrowsmith: The name of an English family of map-makers, for many years in
close touch with the British Government, as shown by the number of official or
semiofficial maps prepared by them. Aaron Arrowsmith was born in 1750 and
died in 1823. Pie became distinguished as a publisher of excellent maps, of
which he produced over a hundred. His son, Aaron, and his grandson, John,
also became distinguished for the excellence of their maps.
Berghaus, Hermann, Ph. D., A noted German cartographer, of Gotha, born in 1828.
Considered a high authority in Germany. In 1863, in conjunction with Fr. v.
Stulpnagel, he published a Chart of the World on Mercator's Projection, of
which many subsequent editions have been issued.
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Brtje, Adrien Hubert, a French geographer and cartographer, was born in 1786
and died in 1832. He entered the navy in 1798 and in 1801 joined the expedition under Baudin, sailing on the JVaturaliste, under the immediate command
of Freycinet, whom he subsequently assisted in the preparation of his report.
Ill health compelling him to abandon the sea, he took up the production of
maps and very greatly improved the methods then in vogue. He published
two general atlases and a number of separate maps, some of the latter appearing after his death.
Devine, Thomas, Canadian surveyor, was born in Ireland in 1823, emigrated to
Canada, became connected with the surveying department in Canada in 1846,
and was deputy surveyor-general in 1873-1879. In 1849 he constructed for the
government a map of Canada, from Lake Superior to Nova Scotia. He was
elected F. R. G. S. of London in 1860 and F. G. S. of London in 1873.
Duflot de Mofras, Eugene, a French diplomat and explorer, at one time attache
to the French embassy at Madrid and later sent in a similar capacity to the
French legation in Mexico, with instructions to investigate the so-called
"Oregon question." The results of his investigations were published "by order
of the King" at Paris in 1844, in two volumes and an atlas. The work is entitled
m Exploration de l'Oregon, des Californies et de la Mer Vermeille, ex6cut6e
pendant les annees 1840, 1841 et 1842, par M. Duflot de Mofras, Attache" a la
Legation de France a Mexico," etc.
Greenhow, Robert, was born at Richmond, Va., in 1800 and died in San Francisco
in 1854. He studied medicine and took the degree of M. D. in 1821. He visited
Europe, lectured for a while after his return, became translator to the Department of State in 1828, and in 1850 moved to California. He published a History
of Tripoli (1835), and a Report on the Discovery of the Northwest Coast of North
America, prepared by order of Congress in 1837 (New York, 1840), which was
afterward enlarged into a History of Oregon and California, a work of high
authority.
Pinkerton, John, F. S. A., was born in Edinburgh in 1758 and died in Paris in
1826. He published "Modern Geography Digested after a New Plan," two
volumes, 1802; a "New Modern Atlas," 1808-1815; and a General Collection of
Voyages and Travels, in 17 quarto volumes, 1808-1814.
Tanner, Henry S., geographer, was born in 1786 and died in New York in 1858.
Until 1850, most of his life was spent in Philadelphia. He engraved and published many atlases and separate maps, contributed to various periodicals, and
was a member of the geographical societies of London and Paris.
Tichmenieff or Tikhmenief (Russian, THXMeHeBi>), P., a Russian author, known
as the historian of the Russian American Company. He published at St. Petersburg, 1861-1863, a Historical Review of the Organization of the Russian American Company, which is a valuable reference book.
Vancouver, George, captain in the British Royal Navy, was born in 1750, or later,
. and died in 1798. He is said to have entered the navy at the age of 13, and
served as midshipmfin with Cook in the latter's second and third voyages.
Later he served as lieutenant in both the East and West Indies, and in 1791
was given the command of an expedition for the exploration of the Northwest
Coast of America, for the purpose of discovering a " northwest passage." On his
return from this expedition he was made post-captain, and began the preparation
of his report, but died before it was entirely completed, though not until the
atlas, which shows the results of his explorations, had been completed under
his supervision. His work was completed by his brother, and was published
by the British Government in three quarto volumes, accompanied by a folio
atlas. Vancouver's explorations formed the most important contribution to
the geographical knowledge of the Northwest Coast for many years. His
maps, for nearly a century, formed the basis upon which all other maps of
that region were constructed, and are still valuable reference documents.
Walch, Johann, a German cartographer, was born in Bavaria in 1757 and died in
Augsburg in 1816. He established a map-publishing house at Augsburg in 1786,
and published several atlases and separate maps. His son, also named Johann,
continued the map-publishing business until his death, in 1841, and the business
was continued by the succeeding generations of the family until 1894, when it
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