• Massachusetts

      Boynton, George W. (1844-01-01)
      "Pop. 737, 698. Sqr. M. 7,500." Townships and major rivers delineated. Taken from First Book of History for Children and Youth, rev. ed. Boston: Charles J. Hendee and Jenks and Palmer, 1844.
    • Massachusetts

      Boynton, George W. (1846-01-01)
      Taken from First Book of History for Children and Youth, rev. ed., by Samuel G. Goodrich. Boston: Charles J. Hendee and Jenks and Palmer, 1846. Townships and major rivers delineated. "Pop. 737,698. Sqr. M.7,500"
    • Massachusetts

      Boynton, George W. (1851-01-01)
      "Pop. 737,698. Sq.r M.7,500" Townships and major rivers delineated. Taken from First Book of History for Children and Youth, 4th rev. ed. / Samuel G., Goodrich, Boston, Mass. Jenks, Palmer & Co., , 1851.
    • Massachusetts

      Boynton, George W. (1852-01-01)
      Townships and major rivers delineated. Taken from The First Book of History, Combined With Geography; Containing The History and Geography of The Western Hemisphere. For the Use of Schools. By the Author of Peter Parley's Tales. Boston: Jenks, Hickling, and Swan, 1852.
    • Preliminary Chart of Stellwagen's Bank, Masachusetts Bay: Discovered in October, 1854, by the Hydrographic Party Under the Command of Lieut. H. S. Stellwagen, U.S.N., Assist.

      1855-01-01
      Second edition. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by shading and soundings. "Soundings expressed in fathoms and show the depth at mean low water." Includes table of abbreviations.
    • Massachusetts

      1855-01-01
      Includes county outlines and major place names. Taken from an unknown school geography book.
    • Sketch of North River, Mass.

      United States Coast Survey; Tittman, O.H. (1870-01-01)
      "Topographical survey made under the direction of H.L. Whiting...by O.H. Tittman."
    • Bristol County

      Walling, Henry Francis (1871-01-01)
      Shows town boundaries. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Title from atlas' table of contents. From: Walling's Official topographical atlas of Massachusetts from astronomical, trigonometrical, and various local surveys. 1871. p. 28-29.
    • Nantucket Harbor, Mass.: Taken From U.S. Coast Survey Chart

      United States Coast Survey; United States Army Corps of Engineers (1879-01-01)
      "To accompany report of this date (Nov. 25, 1879), G.K. Warren." Shows shoals, soundings, lighthouse location, proposed jetty, beacon, and Coatue Beach and area surrounding Nantucket Harbor.
    • Map of Scituate Harbor: Showing the Plan Adopted For Making it a Harbor of Refuge

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Thom, George (1881-01-01)
      Projected by Bvt. Brig. General Geo. Thom, Colonel of Engineers. "To accompany annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30th 1881.' Insets: Section of Line a-b; Logitudinal section of breakwater off Cedar Point; Longitudial section of breakwater off First Cliff Point. Includes Table of borings and note on soundings.
    • Hyannis Harbor, Mass.: Surveyed in Accordance With an Act of Congress of July 5 1884, Under the Direction of George H. Elliot, Lt. Col. of Engineers, U.S.A.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Elliot, George H.; Simmons, W.C.; Abell, C.O.; Rounds, I.P. (1884-01-01)
      Shows Hyannis Breakwater in green. "Copy sent to the Chief of Engineers with letter of this date (Dec.12, 1884)." Soundings in feet at mean low water. Includes information on buoys, weather signal stations, tides, and lights. "H Ex1 pt2 v2 49 1"--Lower left margin.
    • Harbor of Refuge, Woods Holl, Mass.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Elliot, George H. (1884-01-01)
      "Respectfully submitted to the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army with my annual report, George H. Elliot, Lieut. Col., Corps of Engineers."
    • Boston

      Watson, Gaylord (1885-01-01)
      Includes Boston proper, Cambridge, Charlestown, parts of South Boston, and East Boston. From Watson's New and Complete Illustrated History of the World, 1885.
    • Wareham Harbor, Mass.: Showing the Lines of the Channel Now Being Dredged.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers (1885-01-01)
      "Respectfully submitted to the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, with my annual report. George H. Eliot, Lieut. Col. of Engineers"
    • Nantucket Harbor, Mass., Plat C.

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Elliot, George H. (1885-01-01)
      "The shore lines are from a U.S. Coast Survey Chart. The contours in the upper harbor are from soundings made by the Coast Survey in 1872. The soundings in the lower harbor and outside the mouth of the harbor were made by Asst. Engr. N.W. Eayrs, in May, 1884. Soundings and contours are referred to mean low water."
    • Entrance of Newburyport Harbor, Mass.: Plan Showing Condition of Improvement

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Gillespie, George L. (1886-01-01)
      The soundings are expressed in feet and refer to the mean low water. Inset drawing: chart of mean low water thalwegs from gorge to ocean. "To accompany annual report for the year ending June 30, 1886." Published by The American Graphic Co., New York, NY.
    • Duxbury Harbor, Mass. Showing Proposed Improvements

      United States Army Corps of Engineers; Haagensen, Sophus (1887-01-01)
      Surveyed in accordance with act of Congress approved August 5, 1886 to accompany report of Lt. Col. Geo. L. Gillespie, Corps of Engrs. U.S.A. "U.S. Engineer Office, Boston, Mass, November 28, 1887. Respectfully forwarded with letter of this date to the Chief of Engineers, Washington, D.C." Soundings are expressed in feet and tenths and are taken at low tide.
    • Massachusetts, Chatham Sheet

      U.S. Geological Survey; Gannett, Henry; Baker, Marcus (1887-01-01)
      A topographical map of Chatham, Massachusetts. Shows major roads, identifies water features, locations of light houses and light ships in additional to topographical features.
    • Massachusetts, Provincetown Sheet

      U.S. Geological Survey; Gannett, Henry; U.S. Coast and Geodetic and Borden Survey; U.S. Coast Survey (1887-01-01)
      Topographical map of Provincetown. Includes major roads, light houses, life saving stations, and topographical features. Relief is shown by contours. Also shows most of the town of Truro.
    • Historical Map of Nantucket

      Ewer, Ferdinand C.; Old Colony Railroad Company (1888-01-01)
      This map is a reduced version of Reverend F. C. Ewers' map of Nantucket. This variant was issued by the Old Colony Rail line in various formats from roughly 1869 to 1889. Covers the island of Nantucket, focusing on transportation and communities. Advertises the “Old Colony Line” as the “Shortest, Quickest, Best, and Only Direct Route between Boston or New York and Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard.” Also notes Native American claims to the Island. Features three columns of text breaking down the history of Nantucket from its discovery by Bartholomew Gosnold in 1602 to the laying of the first communications cables between Nantucket and the mainland in 1886.