|Object Name||Chart, Navigational|
|Title||Survey of the Mouth of Clinton River, Michigan|
|Scope & Content||One chart entitled "Survey of the Mouth of Clinton River, Michigan" that was made by Capt. A. Canfield, U.S.T.E. (United States Topographical Engineers) who was assisted by J. F. Munro and J. Holcroft, Civil Engineers. The chart was drawn at a scale of 1 inch = 400 feet and is printed in black ink on white paper. It shows a simple topographical survey that covers about 4000 feet at the mouth of the Clinton River as it flows into Lake St. Clair. Survey information includes areas of rushes adjacent to the river, water depths in feet, depth contour lines, a lighthouse, and a cross-section detail. Small printed text in the upper right corner shows "Senate Ex. Doc. No. 1, 2nd Sess., 33rd Cong." Small printed text in the lower right corner shows "Wagner & McGuigan, Lith., Phila."|
Munro, John F.
|Publisher||Wagner & McGuigan, Lithographers|
|Extent of Description||
18.25" x 13.5"
Wagner & McGuigan, Lithographers