Topographic map of the Furnace Creek quadrangle, Nevada and California, 1947


Digital ID
Topographic map of the Furnace Creek quadrangle, Nevada and California, 1947
Alternative Title
California-Nevada Furnace Creek quadrangle; Calif.-Nev. Furnace Creek;
Individual Creator
'E.M. Douglas, geographer. R.H. Chapman, in charge of section. Topography by R.H. Chapman, B.D. Stewart, J.E. Blackburn and D.F.C. Moor. Traingulation by R.H. Chapman and D.F.C. Moor. Surveyed in1905-1906.' 'Edition of Apr. 1910, reprinted 1947.' Scale 1:250,000 ; polyconic proj. (W 117°00´--W 116°00´/N 37°00´--N 36°00´). Relief shown by contours and spot heights. 'North American datum.' 'Contour interval 100 feet.' 'Datum is mean sea level.' Text and illustrations from the Topographic maps of the United States series on verso. Series: The topograhic maps of the United States.
Group Contributors
United States, Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey
Accession Number
USGS Topographic Maps
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United States;
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DC Type
Still Image; Text;
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