Format Maps
Contributors United States Coast Survey
Dates 1834
Location Connecticut
Long Island
New York
United States
Language English
Subjects Connecticut
Long Island
New York
New York (State)
New York Region
United States
A diagram of the triangulation for the survey of the coast of the United States made in 1817 and 1833 : and the secondary triangles made in 1833 & 1834 in Connecticut & upon Long Island.
Contributor Names
United States Coast Survey.
Subject Headings
-  Triangulation--Connecticut--Maps
-  Triangulation--New York (State)--Long Island--Maps
-  Triangulation--New York Region--Maps
-  United States--Connecticut
-  United States--New York (State)--Long Island
-  United States--New York (State)--New York
-  Shows triangulation lines connecting base points in southwestern Connecticut, western Long Island, and New York City vicinity.
-  Rubber-stamped at foot of title: Copyright secured according to law.
-  Annotated/signed in ink on verso: Survey of Long Island & Connecticut s. coast, 1817, 1833, & 1834. M. Fillmore.
-  LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, fold-lined, soiled on verso.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
1 map ; 35 x 47 cm.
Call Number
G3781.B3 1834 .U5
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g3781b fi000042
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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