Map Exhibiting the Relative Position of the Veins of Iron Ore in and Adjoining the Village of McIntyre

Hand drawn survey map of the relative position of the veins of iron ore in and adjoining the Village of McIntyre. Along with iron ore, this map also shows Lake Henderson, Lake Sanford, Lake Sally, Loch Harkness and Loch Hamish. Through a color coded legend, the map shows where the different types of iron ore are located on the map. The legend also shows the location of clay and cleared lands. The map is marked, "Private copy from private papers of Verplanck Colvin." Original map is 18" x 23.9" inches and is held by the Dept. of Environmental Conservation.
Date Original
circa 1870 – 1899
Colvin, Verplanck, 1847-1920
New York State Archives, Dept. of Environmental Conservation, Bureau of Real Property, Verplanck Colvin maps of the Adirondack wilderness
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Environmental History Virtual Resource Collection