• A Chart Exhibiting the Normal Course & Velocity of the Tidal Current at Ebb in Boston Harbor

      United States Coast Survey; Bache, A.D.; Davis, Charles Henry; Maffitt, John Newland (1848-01-01)
      "By A.D. Bache, Superintendent U.S. Coast Survey from observations by Lieut. J.N. Maffitt of the hydrographic party under the command of Lieut. Chas. H. Davis U.S.N." At head of title: "A No.3."
    • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston with Part of Charlestown, Cambridge and Roxbury.

      Boynton, George W.; Dearborn, Nathaniel (1846-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1839, by N. Dearborn & Son, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massts." Oriented with north to the right. Includes index to public institutions and buildings, churches, and public houses. From the best authorities by G.W. Boynton for N. Dearborn, publisher, Boston, 1846. Size, 15X17 1/4 inches. Scale (computed), 83+rods to an inch. Vol. 46, p. 7.
    • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston, with part of Charlestown, Cambridge, Brookline, Dorchester &c.

      Dutton, E.P. (1868-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. "Published at the Boston Map Store." In lower margin: Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1867 by E.P. Dutton & Co. in the Clerks Office of the District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Oriented with north toward the lower right.
    • A Plan of the Salt Marsh and Upland in Roxbury, Lying on the East Side of the Mill Creek.

      Greenleaf, Simon; Giles, Joel; Tappan & Bradford's Lith. (1852-01-01)
      Cut from Massachusetts Senate document No. 45, 1852. 1 map ; 64 x 43 cm. on sheet 72 x 50 cm.
    • Bird's Eye View of Boston Harbor : in Colors, Along the South Shore to Plymouth, Cape Cod Canal and Provincetown Showing All the Steamboat Routes

      Union News Company (Boston, Mass.); Federal Engraving & Publishing Co. (1920-01-01)
      Cover title. Title on map: "Bird's Eye View of Boston Harbor along the South Shore to Provincetown." Oriented with north to the left.
    • Boston

      Boynton, George W (1839-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures "Engraved for S.N. Dickinson's Boston Almanac." From the Boston Almanac for the year 1839. By S.N. Dickinson. Boston: Published by Thomas Groom, Stationer's Hall, 82 State Street. Printed at the office of the Rotary Card Press, (Dickinson's) 52 Washington Street. Oriented with north to the right. Includes index to points of interest.
    • Boston

      Boynton, George W. (1838-01-01)
      Shows streets, docks, bridges. Also shows the extent of the filling by 1838, including the widening of the Neck, the filling of the Mill Pond (now Bulfinch Triangle), the central waterfront, and South Cove.
    • Boston and Adjacent Cities

      O.W. Gray & Son (1884-01-01)
      Possibly from O.W. Gray & Son's The national atlas ... Philadelphia: O.W. Gray & son, 1884.
    • Boston Harbor

      Rockwell & Churchill, City Printers (1891-01-01)
      Taken from A topographical and historical description of Boston / by Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, 3rd ed. Boston, Mass, published by the order of the Common Council. 1891.
    • Boston Harbor

      Walker Lith. and Publishing Co. (2013-08-08)
      Bird's-eye view showing Dominion docks and means of approach from the principal stations, hotels, elevated and surface lines. Shows steamer routes to Nahant, Winthrop, East Boston, Nantasket Beach and Hull.
    • Boston Harbor, Mass.: Sketch Showing Locations of Works For Its Improvement.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers (1880-01-01)
      Relief shown by contours. Depths shown by soundings. "To accompany report of Colonial Geo. Thom, U.S. Engineers, for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1880." Includes legend and note.
    • Boston Harbor, Mass.: Sketch Showing Locations of Works For Its Improvement.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Raymond, Charles W. (1883-01-01)
      Shows buoys with red and black ink. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by soundings and shading. "To accompany report of Major Chas W. Raymond, U.S. Engineers, for fiscal year ending June 30, 1883, dated U.S. Engineer's Office, Boisrton, Mass. July 27, 1883. Key to improvements on right side of map.
    • Boston Harbor, Massachusetts: The Main Ship Channel Above Lower Middle

      Gillespie, George L.; United States Army Corps of Engineers (1888-01-01)
      Depths shown by soundings in feet at mean low water. "To accompany annual report of Lt. Col. Geo. L. Gillespie, Corps of Engrs. U.S.A. 1888."
    • Boston Harbour: From the Survey of A.S. Wadsworth Esq., U.S.N, and the Survey of Des Barres.

      Blunt, E.M.; Des Barres, Joseph; Wadsworth, Alexander S. (1841-01-01)
      From the American Coast Pilot, 14th edition. Depths shown by soundings.
    • Boston Harbour: From the Survey of A.S. Wadsworth Esq., U.S.N, and the Survey of Des Barres.

      Blunt, E.M.; Des Barres, Joseph (1850-01-01)
      From the American Coast Pilot, 16h edition. Depths shown by soundings.
    • Boston Water Works: Water-sheds of the Sudbury and Cochituate Supplies

      Hopson, Ernest G.; Boston Water Works (1894-01-01)
      Shows the area from Natick to Westborough and from Hudson to Holliston, Mass. Outlines the Sudbury Divide and the Cochituate Divide. "The portions of this map printed in red relate to works proposed by the State Board of Health for the water supply of the Metropolitan District. Figures show elevations of full reservoirs and of bottoms of aqueducts in feet above Boston Water Works base." Watersheds -- Massachusetts -- Maps, Water Supply -- Massachusetts -- Maps, Sudbury River Watershed (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston, Sudbury, Cochituate, Winthrop Pond, Holliston, Long Hill, Hayden Row, Hopkinton, Ashland, Waushakum Pond, Bear Hill, Sudbury Divide, New York & New England Railroad, Woodville, White Hall Pond, Westborough Water Supply, Fays Mountain, Westborough, Cedar Swamp, Southville, Cordaville, Sudbury River, Fayville, Oak Hill, Wild Cat Hill, Boston & Albany Railroad, Magunco Hill, Farm Pond, Course Brook, Ashland, Sherborn, Sudbury Aqueduct, Framingham, Learned Pond, Cleasons Pond, Dug Pond, State Muster Ground, Toms Hill, Lake Cochituate, Felchville, Saxonville, Nobscot, Dudley Pond, None Such Pond, Snake Brook, Pine Hill, Gibbs Mountain, Nobscot Hill, Williams Pond, Marlborough, Wolfpen Hill, Little Chauncey Pond, Chauncey Pond, Bartlett Pond, Northborough, Assabet River, Solomon Pond, South Berlin, Berlin, Cates Pond, Fitchburg Railroad, Fort Meadow Reservoir, Hudson, Spoon Hill, Heird's Pond, Pickerel Pond, Natick, boston, massachusetts.
    • Boston With its Environs, 1775 & 1776.

      Frothingham, Richard (1849-01-01)
      Shows positions of troops, forts, redoubts and batteries. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by shading. "Engraved for Frothingham's History." From: History of the siege of Boston, and of the battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill / Richard Frothingham, 1849. Includes "references" to points of interest.
    • Boston Y Sus Aldredores - Boston Et Ses Environs

      Blondeau, Alexandre (1841-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. In upper right margin: 45. In lower right margin: Blondeau Sc. On back, handwritten: "1841, Barcelona".
    • City of Boston

      Carleton, Osgood; Geo. H. Walker & Co. (1901-01-01)
      Reproduction in 1901 of map by Osgood Carleton supposed to have been made in 1803. The original plan was plotted on a scale of 5 rods to an inch. Plan of streets from Lynn Street in East Boston in the north to Bridge and Orange Streets in the south andf from Charles Street in the west to Long Wharf and Batterymarch Street in the east. 1 maps : col. ; 101 x 58 cm.
    • Colton's Map of Boston and Adjacent Cities.

      J.H. Colton & Co. (1855-01-01)
      Shows wards, major public buildings, etc. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855, by J.H. Colton & Co. ..." Boston (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston Metropolitan Area (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Dorchester Bay, Brookline, Muddy River, South Boston Bay, South Boston, Washington Village, Boston Harbor, Charles River, East Boston, Charlestown, Cambridge, Cambridgeport, East Cambridge, Somerville, Millers River, Mill Pond, Tufts' Mill Pond, Wet Basin, Mystic River, Chelsea, Chelsea Creek, boston, massachusetts.