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United States, East coast: Charleston Light to Cape Canaveral

United States, East coast: Charleston Light to Cape Canaveral

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description

Summary

Scale 1:449,659 at Lat. 30⁰30ʹ.
"Mercator projection. N.A. datum of 1927."
Depths shown by soundings and gradient tints.
"Not to be used for navigation: For wreck information only."
Base map: [Nautical chart] 1111. 7th ed., 6/30/47.
Shows "Bottom character."
To be used in conjunction with U.S. Hydrographic Office Wreck information list.
LC Treasure maps (2nd ed.) 146
Includes index "Wreck information."
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

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Date

01/01/1947
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Location

atlantic coast
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