Relief shown by hachures. Inset: Continuation of Smith's Sound to the northward on reduced scale. Shows the arctic islands of North America, including the western tip of Greenland. Extensive place names along the coastlines. Outlines of land hand...
Shows proposed and completed telegraph lines worldwide and detailed routes of various explorers. Includes inset table of distances. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: Washington. Printed by H. P. Cooper.
Ms. Relief shown pictorially. Mounted on paper with missing neat lines and borders redrawn. Drawn by J. C. White. Shows Western Union Telegraph line from West Road River to Fort Stager and along the Collins River.
United States atlas: maps and charts accompanying the case and counter case of the United States, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.
Title page in British atlas: maps and charts accompanying the Case of Great Britain, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.
On verso: Edward Barnes arrived in Wrangell around 1864 or 1865; Barnes Bros started logging in vicinity of Wrangell with ox teams around 1897 (J. M. Wyckoff, "Lumbering in Alaska," August 1923 Pathfinder)