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This is an exceptional example of the 1860 U.S. Coast Survey's progress chart for the coasts of Virginia and North Carolina. Covers from Cape Henry, Virginia, south past the Pamlico Sound and Cape Hatteras, to Cape Fear. It was here, looking over the Pamlico Sound, that Giovanni de Verrazano proudly and foolishly declared that he had discovered a route to the Pacific. The map shows triangulation points throughout the regions as well as all major islands, rivers, and inlets. Albemarle Sound and Pamlico Sound are shown in full. Several coastal cities are noted. Lighthouses, ports, cities, beaches, and other sites identified. Prepared and engraved by A. Hoen under the supervision of A. D. Bache for inclusion in the 1860 edition of the Superintendent's Report.
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