San Juan Boundary. Strait of Juan de Fruca, surveyed by Capt Henry Kellett, 1847: showing boundary line between British and American possessions. Admiralty Chart 1911. 3 sea miles to one inch. Admiralty. [Juan de Fuca, Strait, 1849; 1871]. At head of title: America, N.W. Coast. surveyed by Captain Henry Kellett, R.N. 1847, Haro & Rosario straits, by Captain G. H. Richards, R.N. 1858, Admiralty inlet and Puget sound, by the United States Exploring Expedition, 1841, coast south of C. Flattery by the same in 1853 ; J. & C. Walker sculpt. Published Jany. 18th. 1849; Corrections & additions to 1871. Soundings in fathoms. Insets: Continuation of Admiralty inlet and Puget sound; side view title: Appearance of Cape Flattery bearing N.E. 16 or 17 miles. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; depths shown by soundings in fathoms.
- In Collection:
- Penfold Number: 518
- 1 sheet
- 48.56121, -122.75962
- 48 35'N--47 30'N / 124 45'W--122 10'W
- 48.54876, -123.21918
- 47.83315, -122.43458
- 47.94981, -122.60126
- 48.29674, -124.01225
- 1849 to 1871
- Early BC Maps Collection
- National Archives of the UK
- Funded by a Canadian Council of Archives, Archival Community Digitization Program.
- National Archives Number: FO925-1655
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- 600 dpi jpg
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