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Bache, A. D.
Harbor of Annapolis.
1846
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title The Harbor of Annapolis. Founded upon a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Triangulation by James Ferguson and Ferd. H. Gerdes, assistants. The hydrography under the direction of George M. Bache, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy. Topography by F.H. Gerdes, assistant. Published in 1846. Final reduction for engraving by R.D. Cutts, assistant. Topography engd. by J.H. Young, Phila. & the views by O. Lawson, Washn. Electrotype copy no. 1 by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S. (with logo) U.S. Coast Survey Depot.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Relief shown by hachures, depths by soundings. Includes 4 coastal views and descriptive notes. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey."
Bache, A. D.
Mouth, Chester River.
1849
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title Mouth of Chester River. (Harbor of refuge no.). From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. Triangulation by J. Ferguson and J.E. Johnston(e), Capt. Topl. Engrs., assistants. Topography by H.L. Whiting, R.D. Cutts and J.C. Neilson, assts. Hydrography by the party under the command of W.P. McArthur, Lieutenant, U.S. Navy. Published in 1849. Final reduction for engraving by Wm. Luce and C. Mahon, draughtsmen. Engraving by F. Dankworth, O.A. Lawson, W. Smith and S.T. Pettit. Printed by H. Benner. Electrotype copy no. 2 by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S. (with logo) U.S. Coast Survey Office.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Relief shown by hachures, depths by soundings. Includes descriptive notes on sailing direction and tides. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey." "Harbor map no."
Bache, A. D.
San Diego Entrance.
1853
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title San Diego Entrance and approaches, California. From a trigonometrical survey under the direction of A.D. Bache, Superintendent of the Survey of the Coast of the United States. R.D. Cutts & Geo. Davidson, assistants and A.M. Harrison, sub assistant. Published in 1853. (with) General sketch of San Diego Bay and Los Coronados. Redd. drng. by F. Herbst. Engg. by S. Siebert, G. McCoy & E. Yeager. Electrotype copy no. 1 by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S. No. 45. (with logo) U.S. Coast Survey Office.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Relief shown by hachures, soundings in feet. Includes sailing directions. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey." "J No. 4."
Bache, A. D.
Monterey Harbor, Calif.
1852
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title Monterey Harbor, 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, assistant. Topography by R.D. Cutts, asst. and A.M. Harrison, sub-asst. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. James Alden, N.S.N (sic), asst. Published in 1852. (with) View of Pt. Pinos N. 3/4 (by compass) 5 miles. View of W.B. McMurtrie, reduction of topography for engraving by J. Lambert. Topography engraved by S. Siebert, view by S.V. Hunt, lettering by E.F. Woodward. Electrotype copy no. 2 by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S. (with logo) U.S. Coast Survey Office.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Relief shown by hachures, depths by soundings. Includes sailing directions and descriptive notes. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey."
Bache, A. D.
San Francisco & vicinity.
1853
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title U.S. Coast Survey A.D. Bache, Superintendent, city of San Francisco and its vicinity, California. From a trigonometrical survey by R.D. Cutts, assistant. Topography by A.F. Rodgers sub-assistant. Hydrography by the party under the command of Lieut. James Alden U.S.N. Asst. 1853. U.S. Coast Survey Office. Verified I.I. Stevens ... Outlines and Topography engraved by Max. F.O. Strobel, Lettering by E.F. Woodward. Electrotype copy no. 1 by G. Mathiot, U.S.C.S.
Note Vogdes shows this as the first edition. Map is without color. Relief shown by hachures, depths by soundings. Shows buildings, etc. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey."
Bache, A. D.
Mare Island Straits, Calif.
1851
Chart Atlas
Authors Bache, A. D.
Full Title Mare Island Straits, California. U.S. Coast Survey, A.D. Bache, Superintendent. Triangulation by J.S. Williams and R.D. Cutts, assts., U.S.C.S. and Lt. S.F. Blunt, U.S.N., Joint Commn. Army & Navy officers. Topography by R.D. Cutts, asst., U.S.C.S. Hydrography by the party under the command of W.P. McArthur, Lieut U.S.N. and asst. U.S.C.S. 1851.
Note Engraved nautical chart. Relief shown by hachures, soundings in feet. Oriented with north toward upper left. Includes descriptive notes. In upper margin "Presented under authority of an act of Congress of the United States of June 3d 1844 by direction of the Treasury Department, A.D. Bache Superintendent Coast Survey."
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.
United States Coast Survey
San Francisco & vicinity.
1853
Chart Map
Authors United States Coast Survey
Full Title U.S. Coast Survey A.D. Bache, Superintendent, City Of San Francisco And Its Vicinity California. From a Trigonometrical Survey by R.D. Cutts, Assistant. Topography by A.F. Rodgers Sub-assistant. Hydrography by the Party under the command of Lieut. James Alden U.S.N. Asst. 1853. U.S. Coast Survey Office. Price 50 Cents. Verified I.I. Stevens ... No. 627. Outlines and Topography engraved by Max. F.O. Strobel, Lettering by E.F. Woodward.
Note Vogdes shows this as the first edition. Vogdes says that the survey was completed in April, 1852, and that the interior topography was taken from Eddy's official map of the city. We have a reproduction of an earlier state of the chart which has no soundings and is dated 1852, it says the plan of the city was taken from the map by Cooke and Le Count, there are differences in the piers and the buildings along the piers. We can find no reference for this earlier state. In the Annual Report of the Survey for 1853, another issue of the chart was published (litho) with the addition of more notes regarding tides in the upper left - this same chart was also issued (engraved on thin paper) in the collection of charts published by the survey in 1854. Map is without color.
United States Coast Survey
Drake's Bay, California.
1883
Separate Map
Authors United States Coast Survey
Full Title Drake's Bay, California. United States Coast And Geodetic Survey. Treasury Department. From a Trigonometrical Survey under the direction of A.D. Bache Superintendent of the Survey Of The Coast Of The United States. Triangulation by A.F. Rodgers and G. Davidson Assistants. Topography by J.S. Lawson and A.F. Rodgers Assists. Hydrography by the Party under the command of Commander James Alden U.S.N. Assist. ... Reissued June 1883, J.E. Hilgard Superintendent. Verified: R.D. Cutts, Assistant in charge of Office. (Date of first publication 1860).
Note Heavy paper, separate issue. A note mentions the Telegraph Signal Station at Point Reyes Light, which "will transmit by telegraph, messages signalled by the International Code from passing vessels."
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