Port Simpson and adjacent Anchorages Public

Port Simpson and adjacent Anchorages. Surveyed by Commander F. C. Learmonth, R.N., and others, H.M. Surveying Ship ""Egeria,"" 1906. About 2 inches to 1 mile. Author, Publisher, &c.: Admiralty (No. 2426) London. [Port Simpson, 1907]. Engraved by Weller & Anderson. At head of title: North America, west coast. Relief shown by bathymetry, soundings in feet, and hachures. Includes nautical features, streets, and footprints of significant buildings. Latest date on map 1912. Views of two peaks at bottom right.


In Collection:
Creator Contributor Subject Language Identifier
  • Penfold Number: 546
Keyword Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 sheet
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 54.5744, -130.41862
  • 54N/130W
  • 53.99983, -125.0032
Chronological coverage
  • 1907 to 1912
Additional physical characteristics
  • 1:24,370
Physical repository Collection
  • Early BC Maps Collection
  • National Archives of the UK
Provider Sponsor
  • Funded by a Canadian Council of Archives, Archival Community Digitization Program.
Genre Archival item identifier
  • National Archives Number: CO700-BRITISH COLUMBIA32
Date digitized
  • 2010-04-12
Technical note
  • 600 dpi jpg
  • Watermarks added to images by KM, JF, and CDW. Metadata by JTP April 27, 2010.
  • 1907
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