Craven County Digital History Exhibit

USGS. Trent River Quadrangle, 1904 

Accession Number TP.1993.009.001

Title

Typographical Map: “North Carolina Trent River Quadrangle”

 

Maker

Artist/ cartographer: H. M. Wilson

Engraver:  Unknown

Printer/ publisher: U. S. Geological Survey

 

Material

Wove paper, colored inks

 

Origin

[Washington, D. C.]

 

Date:

1904

 

Dimensions:

Paper- 20” X 16 5/8”

Plate- none

Image- 17 ½” X 14 3/8”

 

Description:

Lithograph, topographical map of “North Carolina Trent River Quadrangle.” US. Geological Survey Charles D. Walcott, Director [upper left corner, above neat line]  | J. A. Holmes, State Geologist S. L. Patterson Commissioner of Agriculture. [center, above neat line]  |  North Carolina Trent River Quadrangle [upper right corner , above neat line]. |  H. M. Wilson, Geographer in charge Topography by E. G. Hamilton, Robert Coe and C. L. Hooper Control by Oscar Jones and Albert Pike Surveyed in 1901 and 1903 in cooperation with the State of North Carolina. [lower left, below neat line]  | Edition of Sept. 1904. [lower right, below neat line].  | Description of topographic map of the United States; and key to symbols and signs. [reverse]

 

Source:

Unknown

 

Relation:

Collection also contains topographic maps of the Vanceboro Quadrangle (TP.1993.010.001), New Bern Quadrangle (TP.1993.007.001) and Ayden Quadrangle (TP.1993.008.001) from 1904 edition.

 

Comments:

Found in Collection

 

Language:

En

 

Rights:

Permission to use the photograph must be obtained in writing from Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, New Bern, North Carolina. It must be accompanied by the caption” From the collection of Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, New Bern, North Carolina; North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archive and History.”

Map Image:

Click on the image at the right to enlarge the image.

 


Images scanned by Dean Knight
Text prepared by Nancy Richards and Victor T. Jones, Jr.

Last edited: August 19, 2009

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