Craven County Digital History Exhibit

USGS. Vanceboro Quadrangle, 1904 

Accession Number TP.1993.010.001

Title

Topographical Map: “North Carolina Vanceboro Quadrangle”

 

Maker

Artist/ cartographer: W. L. Miller and Robert Coe [?]

Engraver: Unknown

Printer/ publisher: U. S. Geographical 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 Vanceboro 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 Vanceboro Quadrangle [upper right corner, above neat line]  | H. M. Wilson, Geographer in charge Control by Albert Pike Shoreline by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Topography by W. L. Miller and Robert Coe. Surveyed in 1902. [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 Trent River Quadrangle (TP.1993.009.001), 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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