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Map Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York, 1853.

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Title

  • Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York, 1853.

Summary

  • Outline map of the eastern half of the United States showing canals, finished railroads, railroads in progress of contruction and proposed lines. Trade areas are indicated by line symbols and added brown and red color.

Names

  • Vaughan, David, active 1849-1864.

Created / Published

  • Albany, 1853.

Headings

  • -  Canals--United States--Maps
  • -  Railroads--United States--Maps
  • -  United States

Notes

  • -  Scale 1:3,800,000.
  • -  [From New York State Engineer & Surveyor on the Canals. Annual Report . . . Transmitted . . . Feb. 9, 1854]
  • -  LC Railroad maps, 82
  • -  Description derived from published bibliography.
  • -  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
  • -  2 copies, copy one annotated in black ink.

Medium

  • col. map 52 x 66 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • G3701.P53 1853 .V3

Repository

  • Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540 to 4650 USA dcu

Digital Id

Library of Congress Control Number

  • 98688357

Online Format

  • image

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Chicago citation style:

Vaughan, David, Active. Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York. Albany, 1853. Map. https://www.loc.gov/item/98688357/.

APA citation style:

Vaughan, D. (1853) Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York. Albany. [Map] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/98688357/.

MLA citation style:

Vaughan, David, Active. Map of the various channels for conveying the trade of the north west to the Atlantic sea-board exhibiting the tributaries & drainage of the trade into each and the effect of the enlargement of the Erie Canal, illustrating the position taken by William J. McAlpine, C.E. in his Annual Report as State Engineer and Surveyor of the State of New York. Albany, 1853. Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/98688357/>.