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|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William H Emory; John James Abert; Joseph Welch; United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers.; Edward Weber & Co.
|Notes:||Engraved on stone by E. Weber & Co., Baltimore.
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.
Includes: Table of geographical positions on the route pursued by the Army of the West, Barometric profile of the route from Fort Levenworth to Camp of Octr. 14th the last station on the Rio del Norte, Barometric profile of the route from the Rio del Norte to San Diego on the Pacific.
|Description:||1 map ; 74 x 172 cm|
|Cartographic Mathematical Data:||Scale [ca. 1:1,500,000]; (W 121Â°--W 93Â°/N 39Â°--N 30Â°).|
|Responsibility:||by W.H. Emory, Lieut. Top. Eng'rs. ; assisted from Fort Leavenworth to Santa Fé by Lieuts. J.W. Abert and W.G. Peck, and from Santa Fé to San Diego on the Pacific by Lieut. W.H. Warner and Norman Bestor ; made in 1846-7, with the advance guard of the "Army of the West" under command of Brig. Gen. Steph'n W. Kearny ; constructed under the orders of Col. J.J. Abert ; drawn by Joseph Welch.|