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One of the most sought after topographical maps produced by the U.S. Geological Survey. The 1890 edition of the U.S.G.S. Survey Map of Provincetown covers the northern tip of Cape Cod and extends from Gull Pamet River and Smalls Hill north along the cape as far as Provincetown Harbor and Race Point. Offers typical superb detail throughout noting topographical features, rail lines, light houses, marsh lands, and numerous individual buildings. Shows Provincetown itself with detail to the level of individual buildings.
Identifies topographical features such as Smalls Hill, Moon Pond Meadow, Town Hill, the Great Pond, Shank Painter Pond, Clapps Round pond, and others. Also notes the various roads traversing the region and the railroad. Identifies the Highland Lighthouse, the Race Point Lighthouse, the Wood End Light House, and the Long Point Light House. Also notes the Peaked Hill Bar, High Head, Highland, Pamet River, Race Point and Wood End 'Life Saving Stations.' Prepared by Henry Gannett and Marcus Baker in 1889. This chart was drawn from survey work completed by the U.S. Geological Survey in 1887.
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