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Blunt, Simon F., Ringgold, C …
Farallones, San Francisco Ba …
1852
Chart Map
Authors Blunt, Simon F., Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1867, Stuart, F. D. (Fred. D.)
Full Title Chart of the Farallones and entrance to the Bay of San Francisco, California by Cadwalader Ringgold, Commander, U.S. Navy. Assisted by Simon F. Blunt, Lieut. U.S. Navy, 1850. Constructed, projected and drawn by Fred. D. Stuart, hydrographer, late of the U.S. Ex. Ex. C.B. Graham, Lithr., Washington, D.C. Entered ... 1851, by Cadwalader Ringgold ... District of Columbia.
Note Lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights, soundings in fathoms. Place names in English or Spanish. Inset view: Entrance to San Francisco. A col. version of the view appears in the book opp. p. 9. "Sheet no. 1."
Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1 …
San Pablo Bay, Carquines Str …
1852
Chart Map
Authors Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1867, Stuart, F. D. (Fred. D.)
Full Title Chart of the Bay of San Pablo Straits Of Carquines and part of the Bay of San Francisco California By Cadwalader Ringgold Commander, U.S. Navy. Assisted by Simon F. Blunt, Lieut. U.S.N. 1850. Projected, Constructed & Drawn by Fred. D. Stuart, Hydrographer, late of the U.S. Ex.Ex. Assisted by A.H. Campbell, Civil Engineer. Entered ... 1851, by Cadwalader Ringgold ... District of Columbia. C.B. Graham, Lithr. Washington, D.C.
Note Inset views: Mark for invincible buoy, north extreme of Marin Is. on with clump of trees north of San Rafael -- Mark for invincible buoy, Point Smith, east end of Angel I. on with Signal Hill. Col. version appears in this book facing p. 31.
Arnold, T. J. (Thomas Jeffer …
Map exhibiting the salt mars …
1874
Chart Map, Wall Map
Authors Arnold, T. J. (Thomas Jefferson), d. 1878, California. Board of State Harbor Commissioners for San Francisco Harbor
Full Title Map exhibiting the salt marsh, tide and submerged lands disposed of by the State of California in and adjacent to the bays of San Francisco and San Pablo and now subject to reclamation. Prepared from maps of the U.S. Coast Survey & official records by order of the Board of State Harbor Commissioners for the United States Commissioners on San Francisco Harbor. By T.J. Arnold, engineer of the sea wall. 1874. U.S. Commissioners Rear Admiral John Rodgers, Major G.H. Mendell, Prof. George Davidson. State Harbor Commissioners Samuel Soule, T.D. Mathewson, D.C. McRuer. Britton Rey & Co. Lith. S.F.
Note This map shows the shoreline property sold by the state to private parties and "now subject to reclamation" (i.e. ready to be filled). The Vogdes map is probably later. An unusual view of the bay, with east at the top, shows water depths. With black top and bottom rollers. With full printed color in subtle tan shades. Printed on 2 sheets. David Rumsey copy mounted as one sheet, backed with cloth.
United States Coast Survey
Entrance to San Francisco Ba …
1859
Chart Map
Authors United States Coast Survey
Full Title Entrance to San Francisco Bay California. From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of A.D. Bache Superintendent of the Survey Of The Coast Of The United States. Triangulation by R.D. Cutts Asst. & A.F. Rodgers Sub-Assts. Hydrography by the Party under the command of Lieut. Comdg. James Alden U.S.N. Asst. 1859. U.S. Coast Survey Office. Verified W.R. Palmer ... No. 36. Redd. Drng. by W.M.C. Fairfax, J. Lambert, & J.J. Ricketts. Engd. by J. Knight, A. Blondeau & G.B. Metzeroth. Electrotype Copy No. 2 by G. Mathiot U.S.C.S. (inset map) Sub-Sketch Of Entrance To San Francisco Bay. 1859.).
Note Light paper chart-full margins, shows plate marks. Map is without color.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A Chart shewing part of the Coast of N.W. America, With the Tracks of His Majesty's Sloop Discovery and Armed Tender Chatham, Commanded by George Vancouver Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Lat. 30¼00'N. and Long. 244¼32' E. to Lat. 38¼30'N and Long 237¼13'E. Engraved by T. Foot, Weston Place, Battle Bridge. No. 8. (with) Entrance of Port Sn. Francisco. (and) Port Sn. Diego. London: Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Map uncolored and shaded. Note in the title cartouche states, "The parts shaded Red are taken from Spanish Authorities." (No red shading has been added to this copy.) The vessels' tracks are shown by dotted lines. Spanish Missions and Presidios are noted. Map extends from St. Domingo, Mexico in the south to Point Reyes, California in the north.
Dougal, William H., 1822-189 …
Entrance, San Francisco.
1852
Chart Map
Authors Dougal, William H., 1822-1895, Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1867
Full Title Entrance to San Francisco. C. Ringgold, U.S.N. W.H. Dougal. (Washington: printed by Jno. T. Towers, 1852)
Note Col. lithograph. An uncolored version appears on the map: General chart embracing surveys of the Farallones, entrance to the Bay of San Francisco ... 1850.
Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1 …
Cover: Series of charts, sai …
1852
Chart Map
Authors Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1867
Full Title (Covers to) A Series of charts, with sailing directions, embracing surveys of the Farallones, entrance to the Bay of San Francisco ... State of California... Third edition, with additions.
Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1 …
Title Page: Series of Charts …
1852
Chart Map
Authors Ringgold, Cadwalader, 1802-1867
Full Title (Title Page to) A Series of charts, with sailing directions, embracing surveys of the Farallones, entrance to the Bay of San Francisco ... State of California... Third edition, with additions.
Note David Rumsey Collection copy has inscription: To, Mr. Geo. Harrington... with the respects of the author. On verso: Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1851, by Cadwalader Ringgold, in ... District Court ... District of Columbia.
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