Map of a Portion of the North East Shore of Lake Placid

Hand drawn survey map of a Portion of the North East Shore of Lake Placid from Bolt K to a point about 112.5 feet North East of Bolt N on the West shore of Sentinel Point. This map features Potter Bay, Potter Point, Sentinel Point, White Face Brook and White Face Landing. It also shows Buck Island and Hawk Island. The town line that separates North Elba and St Armand. The map is marked, "Private copy from private papers of Verplanck Colvin." Original map is 17.6" x 21.2" inches and is held by the Dept. of Environmental Conservation.
Date Original
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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