|Object Name||Chart, Navigational|
|Title||Huron Bay and Huron Islands, Lake Superior|
|Scope & Content||One navigational chart entitled, "Huron Bay and Huron Islands, Lake Superior." The area was surveyed "under the direction of Brvt. Brig. Genl. W. F. Raynolds" and was published in 1869. The chart was drawn at a scale of 1:30,000 and covers about 50 miles along the north shore of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in Baraga and Marquette Counties. The chart shows information such as soundings in feet, lake bottom characteristics, shoreline details, lighthouses, lines of latitude/longitude, and sailing directions. The chart was printed in black ink on white paper and was published by the Corps of Engineers. An adhesive label near the lower left corner shows "Detroit, Mar. 5th, 1884, Presented to the Tug, Chas. E. Bird."|
|Publisher||Corps of Engineers|
|Extent of Description||
45.75" x 27"
Corps of Engineers
Charles E. Bird