Potomac River at Washington, D.C. - Map Showing Progress of Work - June 30, 1888 - 1888 
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United States Mid-Atlantic Washington DC
Antique coastal chart showing the progress of work being done to the Potomac River at the coast of Washington D.C. to accompany the annual report of 1888. Overseen by the Lieut. Colonel of Engineers, Peter C. Hains, and Published by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Recent Hand Coloring. Map notes Alexander's Island, Analostan Island, Giesboro Point, and includes information regarding changes in the coastline, dredging completed, fill made on flats, wall foundation completed, water depths, etc. With folds, as issued. Map has been cleaned and rebacked, and is in very good overall antique condition with mild toning throughout. Measures approximately 7.5" x 27.75" (H x W) to the neatline. *Note: See MAT250 for similar map showing earlier progress as of June 30, 1885*
Hand Colored Genuine Antique Map
Maker: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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