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Vertical Sections, exhibiting the comparative altitudes of the principal highlands and rivers of the State of Maine.

↑ Parent Atlas: Atlas Accompanying Greenleaf's Map and Statistical Survey of Maine.

Collection: Osher Map Library Atlas Collection

Title: Vertical Sections, exhibiting the comparative altitudes of the principal highlands and rivers of the State of Maine.

Alternative Title: No. 1 - Northern boundary along the highlands dividing the waters of the St. Lawrence from those of the Atlantic; No. 2. From the great northern ridge to Mars Hill, dividing the waters of Penobscot & St. John; No. 3. Comparative inclination of St. Johns, Penobscot & Kennebeck Rivers; No. 4. Inclination of the Aroostook for 110 miles from its Mouth. Odells survey; No. 5. Eastern Boundary. Bouchette's survey 100 miles and Odell & Johnsons continuation; No. 6. From the sea near Harpwell due north to the Northwestern boundary; No. 7. From Thomaston north to the northern boundary; No. 8. From Frenchman's Bay, north; No. 9. Road from Hallowell to Quebec Capt. Partridge's survey; No. 10. From the northwest boundary nearly east to the sources of the St. Croix; Plate IV

Barcode: 45936

Creator: Greenleaf, Moses, 1777-1834, Chapin, William (1802 -1888)

Date Produced: 1829

Date Published: 1829

Notes: 1828 - Inscribed on Map; 1829 - Copyright

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