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Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "West Coast of New Guinea to Seram With Adjacent Islands" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] West Coast [�] Islands [/] From Netherlands Government surveys between 1911 and 1930"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 3rd edition, dated August 18, 1984, and numbered 73022. Most of the map shows the Banda and Ceram Seas, with numbers throughout the map indicating water depth. In addition to parts of New Guinea, it also features the islands of Seram and Misool, as well as smaller islands. A Datum Note, Index to Next Larger Scale Charts, note on compilation data, and glossary are printed near the top right corner of the map.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "West Coast of New Guinea to Seram With Adjacent Islands" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] West Coast [�] Islands [/] From Netherlands Government surveys between 1911 and 1930"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 3rd edition, dated August 18, 1984, and numbered 73022. Most of the map shows the Banda and Ceram Seas, with numbers throughout the map indicating water depth. In addition to parts of New Guinea, it also features the islands of Seram and Misool, as well as smaller islands. A Datum Note, Index to Next Larger Scale Charts, note on compilation data, and glossary are printed near the top right corner of the map.
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Victoria Harbour [sic] and Approaches" (more completely: "Asia [/] South China Sea [/] Hong Kong [/] Victoria Harbour and Approaches [/] (Hong Kong Harbour) From British Admiralty charts to 1983." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 17th edition, dated December 31, 1983, and numbered 93736. Much of the map is taken up with the northern part of the island of Hong Kong and one of the southernmost parts of mainland China. This includes Kowloon, which is on the mainland but forms part of Hong Kong city. The island of Tsing Yi Chau appears in the northwest section of the map. In addition to depth of water, which is labeled numerically, there are lines on the map (some of them purple) indicating waterways and areas of prohibited anchoring, anchorage for "Dangerous Goods," etc. Additional information includes a list of cautions; a compilation diagram; a glossary of equivalent Chinese and English terms; and what appears to be a guide to creating a grid.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1983
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Victoria Harbour [sic] and Approaches" (more completely: "Asia [/] South China Sea [/] Hong Kong [/] Victoria Harbour and Approaches [/] (Hong Kong Harbour) From British Admiralty charts to 1983." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 17th edition, dated December 31, 1983, and numbered 93736. Much of the map is taken up with the northern part of the island of Hong Kong and one of the southernmost parts of mainland China. This includes Kowloon, which is on the mainland but forms part of Hong Kong city. The island of Tsing Yi Chau appears in the northwest section of the map. In addition to depth of water, which is labeled numerically, there are lines on the map (some of them purple) indicating waterways and areas of prohibited anchoring, anchorage for "Dangerous Goods," etc. Additional information includes a list of cautions; a compilation diagram; a glossary of equivalent Chinese and English terms; and what appears to be a guide to creating a grid.
Year 1983
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Tottori Ko [Harbor] to Mikuni Ko [Harbor]" (more completely: "Japan [/] Honshu - Northwest Coast [/] Tottori Ko to Mikuni Ko [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan to 1979"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 9th edition, dated July 28, 1984, and numbered 95280. The Sea of Japan takes up most of the map, with the coast of the Japanese island Honshu shown along the bottom and right edges. Labeled on the map are what appear to be several large population centers: Tottori, Hyogo, Kyoto, and Hukui. Depth of water is indicated in numeric labels throughout the map, and there is a depth conversion scale near the bottom right corner. A glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms is printed along the bottom edge.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Tottori Ko [Harbor] to Mikuni Ko [Harbor]" (more completely: "Japan [/] Honshu - Northwest Coast [/] Tottori Ko to Mikuni Ko [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan to 1979"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 9th edition, dated July 28, 1984, and numbered 95280. The Sea of Japan takes up most of the map, with the coast of the Japanese island Honshu shown along the bottom and right edges. Labeled on the map are what appear to be several large population centers: Tottori, Hyogo, Kyoto, and Hukui. Depth of water is indicated in numeric labels throughout the map, and there is a depth conversion scale near the bottom right corner. A glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms is printed along the bottom edge.
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Amakusa Shoto and Yatsushiro Kai" (more completely: "Japan [/] Kyushu-West Coast [/] Amakusa Shoto and Yatsushiro Kai [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department of Japan, 1902 to 1925 [/] with additions from other sources to 1930"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 13th edition, dated August 11, 1984, and numbered 97383. As the title indicates, this map shows part of the Japanese island of Kyushu, as well as bodies of water and islands nearby. According to a glossary of equivalent English and Japanese terms printed near the title, "Kai" means "sea" and "Shoto" refers to an archipelago. The largest islands featured on the map are Naga Sima, Amakusa-Simo Sima, and Amakusa-Kami Sima. The name "Kagosima" appears in the lower right quadrant of the map--probably referring to the city of Kagoshima on Kyushu.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Amakusa Shoto and Yatsushiro Kai" (more completely: "Japan [/] Kyushu-West Coast [/] Amakusa Shoto and Yatsushiro Kai [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department of Japan, 1902 to 1925 [/] with additions from other sources to 1930"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 13th edition, dated August 11, 1984, and numbered 97383. As the title indicates, this map shows part of the Japanese island of Kyushu, as well as bodies of water and islands nearby. According to a glossary of equivalent English and Japanese terms printed near the title, "Kai" means "sea" and "Shoto" refers to an archipelago. The largest islands featured on the map are Naga Sima, Amakusa-Simo Sima, and Amakusa-Kami Sima. The name "Kagosima" appears in the lower right quadrant of the map--probably referring to the city of Kagoshima on Kyushu.
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Port Essington to Cape Stewart" (more completely: "Australia-North Coast [/] Port Essington to Cape Stewart [/] From British surveys between 1839 and 1939 [Portions in hairline and soundings in slanting figures from earlier surveys ]"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 3rd edition, dated August 25, 1984, and numbered 74380. Much of the map shows water, with depths indicated by numeric labels. The remainder shows part of the northern coast of Australia, with the Coburg Peninsula and Croker Island visible near the left edge. There are two notes outlined in purple with the heading "Caution"; one states a reported discrepancy between the actual location of "Greenhill I.[sland?] and adjacent coast" and their charted points; the other reads "As these shores are only partially examined, mariners are cautioned not to place too much reliance on this chart."
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Port Essington to Cape Stewart" (more completely: "Australia-North Coast [/] Port Essington to Cape Stewart [/] From British surveys between 1839 and 1939 [Portions in hairline and soundings in slanting figures from earlier surveys ]"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 3rd edition, dated August 25, 1984, and numbered 74380. Much of the map shows water, with depths indicated by numeric labels. The remainder shows part of the northern coast of Australia, with the Coburg Peninsula and Croker Island visible near the left edge. There are two notes outlined in purple with the heading "Caution"; one states a reported discrepancy between the actual location of "Greenhill I.[sland?] and adjacent coast" and their charted points; the other reads "As these shores are only partially examined, mariners are cautioned not to place too much reliance on this chart."
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Tanjung Selatan to Tanjung Malatayur" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] Borneo-South Coast [/] Tanjung Selatan to Tanjung Malatayur [/] From Netherlands Government surveys between 1904 and 1906 with additions to 1926"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 7th edition, dated August 4, 1984, and numbered 72060. Most of the map is taken up with part of the South China Sea; the remainder shows a southern portion of the island of Borneo, which forms part of the Malay Archipelago in southeast Asia. A rectangular space near the middle of the right edge is labeled "Danger Area." The map also includes a glossary of equivalent Malay and English terms ("Tanjung" means "cape" or "point") and a conversion table of fathoms to meters.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Tanjung Selatan to Tanjung Malatayur" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] Borneo-South Coast [/] Tanjung Selatan to Tanjung Malatayur [/] From Netherlands Government surveys between 1904 and 1906 with additions to 1926"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 7th edition, dated August 4, 1984, and numbered 72060. Most of the map is taken up with part of the South China Sea; the remainder shows a southern portion of the island of Borneo, which forms part of the Malay Archipelago in southeast Asia. A rectangular space near the middle of the right edge is labeled "Danger Area." The map also includes a glossary of equivalent Malay and English terms ("Tanjung" means "cape" or "point") and a conversion table of fathoms to meters.
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] Sumatera-East Coast [/] Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa [/] From Netherlands surveys between 1864 and 1934." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 9th edition, dated August 11, 1984, and numbered 71021. In addition to Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa (according to the map's glossary, "selat" means "strait"), this map features parts of the South China and Java Seas, as well as Billitung (Belitung) Island, Bangka Island, and Sumatera (Sumatra) Island. These islands form part of the Southeast Asian country of Indonesia. Depth of water is indicated with numbers throughout the map. There is a conversion table of fathoms to meters and a graphic entitled "Index to Next Larger Scale Charts."
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa" (more completely: "Indonesia [/] Sumatera-East Coast [/] Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa [/] From Netherlands surveys between 1864 and 1934." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 9th edition, dated August 11, 1984, and numbered 71021. In addition to Selat Bangka and Selat Gelasa (according to the map's glossary, "selat" means "strait"), this map features parts of the South China and Java Seas, as well as Billitung (Belitung) Island, Bangka Island, and Sumatera (Sumatra) Island. These islands form part of the Southeast Asian country of Indonesia. Depth of water is indicated with numbers throughout the map. There is a conversion table of fathoms to meters and a graphic entitled "Index to Next Larger Scale Charts."
Year 1984
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Okinawa Jima" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nansei Shoto [/] Okinawa Jima [/] (Southern Part) [/] From Japanese surveys to 1935 with additions from U. S. Navy surveys in 1945." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 6th edition, dated November 28, 1981 and numbered 97465. The island of Okinawa is one of the largest in the Ryukyu Islands archipelago (also called Nansei Syoto or Nansei-Shoto), located between the Philippine and East China Seas. It takes up much of the right side of this map, with smaller islands on its left. Water depth is indicated with numbers placed throughout the map. There is a conversion table from fathoms to meters, a note about tidal currents, and a paragraph with the heading "Caution" regarding areas which "will no longer be maintained on this chart by Notice to Mariners." Additionally, there is a glossary of equivalent English and Japanese terms to the right of the title. Okinawa was a significant battle site between Japanese and American forces during World War II. The battle took place between April 1-June 22, 1945.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1981
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Okinawa Jima" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nansei Shoto [/] Okinawa Jima [/] (Southern Part) [/] From Japanese surveys to 1935 with additions from U. S. Navy surveys in 1945." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 6th edition, dated November 28, 1981 and numbered 97465. The island of Okinawa is one of the largest in the Ryukyu Islands archipelago (also called Nansei Syoto or Nansei-Shoto), located between the Philippine and East China Seas. It takes up much of the right side of this map, with smaller islands on its left. Water depth is indicated with numbers placed throughout the map. There is a conversion table from fathoms to meters, a note about tidal currents, and a paragraph with the heading "Caution" regarding areas which "will no longer be maintained on this chart by Notice to Mariners." Additionally, there is a glossary of equivalent English and Japanese terms to the right of the title. Okinawa was a significant battle site between Japanese and American forces during World War II. The battle took place between April 1-June 22, 1945.
Year 1981
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Naha Ko" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nansei Syoto [/] Okinawa Sima [/] Naha Ko [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan to 1980"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington D.C.; it is also a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart 243, Dec. 15, 1980, with modifications [�]" This is its 12th edition, dated March 5, 1983, and numbered 97468. Nansei Syoto (Nansei-Shoto), also called the Ryukyu Islands, is an archipelago made up of 55 islands located between the Philippine and East China Seas. Okinawa is one of the largest islands in this chain, and Naha is its capital (according to the glossary of equivalent Japanese and English words printed on this map, "Ko" means harbor or port) . Part of the island is displayed on this map, with the rest taken up by water. There is a depth conversion scale, a list entitled "Tides," and a logarithmic speed scale. Several areas are tinted blue. Okinawa was a significant battle site between Japanese and American forces during World War II. The battle took place between April 1-June 22, 1945.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1983
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Naha Ko" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nansei Syoto [/] Okinawa Sima [/] Naha Ko [/] Surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan to 1980"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington D.C.; it is also a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart 243, Dec. 15, 1980, with modifications [�]" This is its 12th edition, dated March 5, 1983, and numbered 97468. Nansei Syoto (Nansei-Shoto), also called the Ryukyu Islands, is an archipelago made up of 55 islands located between the Philippine and East China Seas. Okinawa is one of the largest islands in this chain, and Naha is its capital (according to the glossary of equivalent Japanese and English words printed on this map, "Ko" means harbor or port) . Part of the island is displayed on this map, with the rest taken up by water. There is a depth conversion scale, a list entitled "Tides," and a logarithmic speed scale. Several areas are tinted blue. Okinawa was a significant battle site between Japanese and American forces during World War II. The battle took place between April 1-June 22, 1945.
Year 1983
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Io Jima [also called Iwo Jima and Io-to]" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nampo Shoto [/] Io Jima [/] From U. S. Naval Surveys in 1945 [/] with additions from other sources"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic Center of Washington, D. C. This is the map's 2nd edition, dated September, 1945, and revised on March 14, 1966. A stamp in the bottom right corner states that the map was "Corrected through notice to mariners No. 2 6 Jun 2 8 75 [�]" It is numbered 97562. Water depth is indicated with numeric labels throughout the map, and a conversion table of fathoms to meters is located near the bottom right corner. A table displaying tidal information is located beneath the title. Several areas of water around the island are tinted in green and blue. Iwo Jima is an island located in the western Pacific Ocean. It became a historic battleground between Japanese and allied troops during World War II.
Hydrographic/topographi...
ca. 1966
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Io Jima [also called Iwo Jima and Io-to]" (more completely: "Japan [/] Nampo Shoto [/] Io Jima [/] From U. S. Naval Surveys in 1945 [/] with additions from other sources"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic Center of Washington, D. C. This is the map's 2nd edition, dated September, 1945, and revised on March 14, 1966. A stamp in the bottom right corner states that the map was "Corrected through notice to mariners No. 2 6 Jun 2 8 75 [�]" It is numbered 97562. Water depth is indicated with numeric labels throughout the map, and a conversion table of fathoms to meters is located near the bottom right corner. A table displaying tidal information is located beneath the title. Several areas of water around the island are tinted in green and blue. Iwo Jima is an island located in the western Pacific Ocean. It became a historic battleground between Japanese and allied troops during World War II.
Date Range ca. 1966
Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Saipan and Tinian" (more completely: "North Pacific Ocean [/] Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands [/] Mariana Islands [/] Saipan and Tinian [/] From a survey by the USS Bowditch in 1944 [/] with additions from Japanese surveys in 1934 [/] Shoreline and topography from other sources"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the map's 4th edition, dated September 1, 1984, and numbered 81067. In addition to water depth, which is indicated numerically, the map shows the Pacific islands of Saipan, Tinian, and Aguijan. One part of the ocean near Saipan is tinted green; a printed note near this location explains that it "was wire dragged (1916-1944) to various depths indicated in feet [�]" Two rectangular spaces-one along the top edge of the map and one along the right edge-are labeled "Explosives Dumping Area." There is also a Conversion Table near the top left corner and a Compilation Diagram along the right edge. Saipan and Tinian were places of battle during World War II between Japanese and Allied forces.
Hydrographic/topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/topographic map entitled "Saipan and Tinian" (more completely: "North Pacific Ocean [/] Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands [/] Mariana Islands [/] Saipan and Tinian [/] From a survey by the USS Bowditch in 1944 [/] with additions from Japanese surveys in 1934 [/] Shoreline and topography from other sources"). It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the map's 4th edition, dated September 1, 1984, and numbered 81067. In addition to water depth, which is indicated numerically, the map shows the Pacific islands of Saipan, Tinian, and Aguijan. One part of the ocean near Saipan is tinted green; a printed note near this location explains that it "was wire dragged (1916-1944) to various depths indicated in feet [�]" Two rectangular spaces-one along the top edge of the map and one along the right edge-are labeled "Explosives Dumping Area." There is also a Conversion Table near the top left corner and a Compilation Diagram along the right edge. Saipan and Tinian were places of battle during World War II between Japanese and Allied forces.
Year 1984
Map entitled "Goyangyi Kyun to White Point" (more completely: "Burma [/] Bay of Bengal-East Coast [/] Goyangyi Kyun to White Point [/] Including the Gulf of Martaban [/] From British Admiralty charts to 1980." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington D.C. This is the map's 4th edition, dated June 9, 1984, and numbered 63410. Goyangyi Kyun is located in the south of Burma, on the west coast. Numerical figures throughout the map indicate depth of water in meters; a Depth Conversion Scale is printed along the right edge. Two rectangular graphics below the map's title are printed with the headings "Index to Next Larger Scale Charts" and "Compilation Diagram." A glossary of equivalent English and (probably) Burmese terms can be seen to the right of the title.
Map entitled "Goyangyi ...
1984
 
Short Title Map entitled "Goyangyi Kyun to White Point" (more completely: "Burma [/] Bay of Bengal-East Coast [/] Goyangyi Kyun to White Point [/] Including the Gulf of Martaban [/] From British Admiralty charts to 1980." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington D.C. This is the map's 4th edition, dated June 9, 1984, and numbered 63410. Goyangyi Kyun is located in the south of Burma, on the west coast. Numerical figures throughout the map indicate depth of water in meters; a Depth Conversion Scale is printed along the right edge. Two rectangular graphics below the map's title are printed with the headings "Index to Next Larger Scale Charts" and "Compilation Diagram." A glossary of equivalent English and (probably) Burmese terms can be seen to the right of the title.
Year 1984
Map entitled "Cook Strait Anchorages (Southern Sheet) [/] Croisilles Harbour to Port Underwood [/] From British surveys between 1849 and 1853 with additions from a New Zealand Government map of 1890 [/] with additions and corrections to 1972." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 6th edition of the map, dated August 25, 1984, and labeled 76081. Numeric labels throughout the map indicate depth of water, and a conversion table of fathoms to meters is in the bottom left corner. Small informative notes near the title are printed with headings including "Note," "Datum Note," "'Marine Farms,'" and "Changes in Buoyage." Croisilles Harbour and Port Underwood are located in the northern part of New Zealand's South Island.
Map entitled "Cook Stra...
1984
 
Short Title Map entitled "Cook Strait Anchorages (Southern Sheet) [/] Croisilles Harbour to Port Underwood [/] From British surveys between 1849 and 1853 with additions from a New Zealand Government map of 1890 [/] with additions and corrections to 1972." It was published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 6th edition of the map, dated August 25, 1984, and labeled 76081. Numeric labels throughout the map indicate depth of water, and a conversion table of fathoms to meters is in the bottom left corner. Small informative notes near the title are printed with headings including "Note," "Datum Note," "'Marine Farms,'" and "Changes in Buoyage." Croisilles Harbour and Port Underwood are located in the northern part of New Zealand's South Island.
Year 1984
Hydrographic map entitled "Ishinomaki Wan" (more completely: "Japan [/] Honshu-East Coast [/] Ishinomaki Wan [/] From surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan, to 1954"). This is the 9th edition, dated September 8, 1984, and labeled 97062. The map was produced by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C.; also, according to text along the bottom edge, it is a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart 79, July 20, 1954, corrected to 1981 [�]" Information printed on the map includes a glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms and a Depth Conversion Scale which shows fathoms, meters/decimeters, and feet. As the map's title indicates, Ishinomaki Wan (Bay) is a bay on the east coast of the Japanese island of Honshu.
Hydrographic map entitl...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic map entitled "Ishinomaki Wan" (more completely: "Japan [/] Honshu-East Coast [/] Ishinomaki Wan [/] From surveys of the Hydrographic Department, M.S.A., Japan, to 1954"). This is the 9th edition, dated September 8, 1984, and labeled 97062. The map was produced by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C.; also, according to text along the bottom edge, it is a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart 79, July 20, 1954, corrected to 1981 [�]" Information printed on the map includes a glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms and a Depth Conversion Scale which shows fathoms, meters/decimeters, and feet. As the map's title indicates, Ishinomaki Wan (Bay) is a bay on the east coast of the Japanese island of Honshu.
Year 1984
Hydrographic map entitled "Asia [/] Strait of Malacca [/] Malaysia [/] Harbor of George Town [/] From British surveys in 1951-1952" (more specifically, "Harbor of George Town"), produced by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 12th edition of the map, dated August 25, 1984, and labeled 71062. An inset map in the bottom right corner is entitled "Entrance to Sungai Perai From British Surveys of 1951-52 with additions and corrections to 1974." Numeric labels on the map show depths of water in fathoms. There are also several areas marked off and given labels which include "Anchorage Prohibited," "Man of War Anchorage," "Anchorage for Petroleum," and "Quarantine Anchorage" in both purple and black ink. Tables along the right side are entitled "Tidal Information," "Direction and Rate of Tidal Currents," and "Conversion Table [:] Fathoms and Feet to Meters. A glossary list showing relevant English translations of Malay terms is printed near the tables.
Hydrographic map entitl...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic map entitled "Asia [/] Strait of Malacca [/] Malaysia [/] Harbor of George Town [/] From British surveys in 1951-1952" (more specifically, "Harbor of George Town"), produced by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center of Washington, D.C. This is the 12th edition of the map, dated August 25, 1984, and labeled 71062. An inset map in the bottom right corner is entitled "Entrance to Sungai Perai From British Surveys of 1951-52 with additions and corrections to 1974." Numeric labels on the map show depths of water in fathoms. There are also several areas marked off and given labels which include "Anchorage Prohibited," "Man of War Anchorage," "Anchorage for Petroleum," and "Quarantine Anchorage" in both purple and black ink. Tables along the right side are entitled "Tidal Information," "Direction and Rate of Tidal Currents," and "Conversion Table [:] Fathoms and Feet to Meters. A glossary list showing relevant English translations of Malay terms is printed near the tables.
Year 1984
Hydrographic/Topographic map entitled "Seto Naikai and Kii Suido [/] Tomogashima Suido and Approaches [/] From Japanese Surveys to 1962 [/] with additions and corrections to 1976." According to text along the bottom edge, it was "Published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center" of Washington, D.C. and is a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart No. 1143 (Dec. 3, 1962) with modification [�]." This is the 10th edition of the map, dated September 1, 1984, and labeled 97222. The map represents an area of water near the islands of Japan. Most of it is taken up with numeric labels showing water depth, with the soundings recorded in meters. There is a table entitled "Tidal Information" and a "Conversion Table of Meters and Decimeters to Fathoms and Feet"; a glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms can be seen near the bottom right edge. Seto Naikai appears to mean "Inland Sea," and is located among the islands of Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu; Kai Suido is a strait located between the islands of Honshu and Shikoku, leading to the Inland Sea.
Hydrographic/Topographi...
1984
 
Short Title Hydrographic/Topographic map entitled "Seto Naikai and Kii Suido [/] Tomogashima Suido and Approaches [/] From Japanese Surveys to 1962 [/] with additions and corrections to 1976." According to text along the bottom edge, it was "Published by the Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center" of Washington, D.C. and is a "Reproduction of Japanese Chart No. 1143 (Dec. 3, 1962) with modification [�]." This is the 10th edition of the map, dated September 1, 1984, and labeled 97222. The map represents an area of water near the islands of Japan. Most of it is taken up with numeric labels showing water depth, with the soundings recorded in meters. There is a table entitled "Tidal Information" and a "Conversion Table of Meters and Decimeters to Fathoms and Feet"; a glossary of equivalent Japanese and English terms can be seen near the bottom right edge. Seto Naikai appears to mean "Inland Sea," and is located among the islands of Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu; Kai Suido is a strait located between the islands of Honshu and Shikoku, leading to the Inland Sea.
Year 1984
A circa 1702 German map of Florida, Louisiana and Texas
A circa 1702 German map...
1702
 
Short Title A circa 1702 German map of Florida, Louisiana and Texas
Year 1702
Map titled Mendenhall's Guide and Road Map of Southern States Showing Main Highways of the South Published by C. S. Mendenhall. This was formerly a folding map in the back of object 2016.014.023.001. Information for item this was removed from: Paperbound book entitled *Mendenhall's Guide and Road Map of Southern States with District Maps," copyrighted 1919 and published by C. S. Mendenhall, map publisher, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Directions from one location to another are printed in single paragraphs of text. The book contains twenty-six maps, including a folded road map inside the back cover (REMOVED, see 2016.014.023.002) and a map on page 37 which includes the Florida peninsula and the towns of Ft. Myers, St. Petersburg, and Miami.
Map titled Mendenhall's...
1919
 
Short Title Map titled Mendenhall's Guide and Road Map of Southern States Showing Main Highways of the South Published by C. S. Mendenhall. This was formerly a folding map in the back of object 2016.014.023.001. Information for item this was removed from: Paperbound book entitled *Mendenhall's Guide and Road Map of Southern States with District Maps," copyrighted 1919 and published by C. S. Mendenhall, map publisher, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Directions from one location to another are printed in single paragraphs of text. The book contains twenty-six maps, including a folded road map inside the back cover (REMOVED, see 2016.014.023.002) and a map on page 37 which includes the Florida peninsula and the towns of Ft. Myers, St. Petersburg, and Miami.
Year 1919
This map is titled, "Road Map of Hillsborough County Florida by the county engineering department." It is dated January, 1958. It contains a Key Map.
This map is titled, "Ro...
1958
 
Short Title This map is titled, "Road Map of Hillsborough County Florida by the county engineering department." It is dated January, 1958. It contains a Key Map.
Year 1958
Map of United States - Gulf Coast of Florida Tampa Bay and St. Joseph Sound. Shows Port Tampa Channel Depths and Tampa Bay Channel Depths. Published at Washington, D.C. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey H. Arnold Karo, Director. Stamped Poston marine hardware & supply co. 1012 E. Cass St. Tampa, Fla.
Map of United States - ...
1958
 
Short Title Map of United States - Gulf Coast of Florida Tampa Bay and St. Joseph Sound. Shows Port Tampa Channel Depths and Tampa Bay Channel Depths. Published at Washington, D.C. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey H. Arnold Karo, Director. Stamped Poston marine hardware & supply co. 1012 E. Cass St. Tampa, Fla.
Year 1958
U.S. Coast Survey Reconnaissance of Tampa Bay, Florida A. D. Bache 1855
U.S. Coast Survey Recon...
1855
 
Short Title U.S. Coast Survey Reconnaissance of Tampa Bay, Florida A. D. Bache 1855
Year 1855
Russian Map of Florida - Tampa area. Color map written all in Russian. The Tampa area is colored in Orange. Map shows all railroads, roads, ports etc. Information likely taken from USCGS map.
Russian Map of Florida ...
 
Short Title Russian Map of Florida - Tampa area. Color map written all in Russian. The Tampa area is colored in Orange. Map shows all railroads, roads, ports etc. Information likely taken from USCGS map.
Hillsborough County Road Map, 1940
Hillsborough County Roa...
1940
 
Short Title Hillsborough County Road Map, 1940
Year 1940
Map, Print-Canaveral Beach
Map, Print-Canaveral Be...
 
Short Title Map, Print-Canaveral Beach
Map -1925 Cloth of Hillsborough County
Map -1925 Cloth of Hill...
1925
 
Short Title Map -1925 Cloth of Hillsborough County
Year 1925
Pocket guide, Greater Miami :  accurate, complete.
Pocket guide, Greater M...
between 1956 and 1959
Guide Publishing Co.
 
Short Title Pocket guide, Greater Miami : accurate, complete.
Date Range between 1956 and 1959
Author Guide Publishing Co.
Pocket guide, Greater Miami :  accurate, complete.
Pocket guide, Greater M...
between 1956 and 1959
Guide Publishing Co.
 
Short Title Pocket guide, Greater Miami : accurate, complete.
Date Range between 1956 and 1959
Author Guide Publishing Co.
The Cross Florida Barge Canal : key to Florida's integrated inland waterways system.
The Cross Florida Barge...
1964
Canal Authority of Flor...
 
Short Title The Cross Florida Barge Canal : key to Florida's integrated inland waterways system.
Year 1964
Author Canal Authority of Florida
The Cross Florida Barge Canal : key to Florida's integrated inland waterways system.
The Cross Florida Barge...
1964
Canal Authority of Flor...
 
Short Title The Cross Florida Barge Canal : key to Florida's integrated inland waterways system.
Year 1964
Author Canal Authority of Florida
Township map of peninsular Florida.
Township map of peninsu...
1890s
Geo. Fox
 
Short Title Township map of peninsular Florida.
Date Range 1890s
Author Geo. Fox
Florida and the Coast Line.
Florida and the Coast L...
1928?
Atlantic Coast Line Rai...
 
Short Title Florida and the Coast Line.
Date Range 1928?
Author Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co.
Florida.
Florida.
1894?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1894?
Author George F. Cram Company
Sectional map of Sumter County, Florida : with township plats and descriptive notes.
Sectional map of Sumter...
1890
Associated Railway Land...
 
Short Title Sectional map of Sumter County, Florida : with township plats and descriptive notes.
Year 1890
Author Associated Railway Land Department of Florida
Florida.
Florida.
ca. 1890-1893
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range ca. 1890-1893
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1895-1899?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1895-1899?
Author George F. Cram Company
New rail road and county map of southern portion of Florida.
New rail road and count...
1882
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title New rail road and county map of southern portion of Florida.
Year 1882
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1884?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1884?
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1888?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1888?
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1885
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Year 1885
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1889?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1889?
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1902?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1902?
Author George F. Cram Company
Florida.
Florida.
1903?
George F. Cram Company
 
Short Title Florida.
Date Range 1903?
Author George F. Cram Company
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