Texas State Archives Map Collection
Reconnaissance of the Coast of Texas Between Matagorda & Corpus Christi Bays
|Publisher:||U.S. Coast Survey, 1858. Lithographed by C.B. Graham.|
Gilbert, Samuel A., 1858
|Size:||62 cm x 50 cm|
|Type of Map:||nautical chart|
|Format:||black & white, engraved, lithographed, printed|
|Photo Media:||4 x 5 color transparency, photo no. 2002/1-42-1|
|File Size:||18.82 MB|
Chart covers Matagorda, Espiritu Santo, San Antonio, Aransas, and Corpus Christi Bays. Shows rivers, lakes, bays, islands, channels, reefs, peninsulas, lighthouses, and towns. Soundings are given in feet at average high tide. Insets: 1) Subsketch Showing Passage from Espiritu Santo Bay to San Antonio Bay, 2) Subsketch Showing Entrance from Matagorda Bay to Espiritu Santo Bay. Long. 96 deg. 20' - 97 deg. 20' Accompaning manuscript material, Notes on the Coast of the United States, Section IX: Coast of Texas, by Captain C.P. Patterson, Hydrographic Inspector, and A.D. Bache, Superintendent, U.S. Coast Survey, 1861, may be found in the A.D. Bache Collection of the Texas State Archives. 3/13/84
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