This old USGS topographical map is a composite we made from 6 separate USGS topographical maps. We stitched the maps together to make one large wall map. The old topo maps show every road and all principal buildings, as well as lakes, rivers, railroads and elevations. Original size: 24" x 32" Printed on high quality bond paper. Please choose carefully as maps are not returnable.
A charming nautical chart "Grand Traverse Bay to Little Traverse Bay, Michigan". One of the many Lake Michigan charts from the archives of the US Coast Survey. Illustrated on the map are nautical features and major roads and cities along the shoreline. Included are insets of Traverse City, Harbor Springs and Petoskey, Michigan. Original map size 36" x 48" (Go to "Select Options" to see sizes offered) *** All text is legible on the larger prints but will be hard to read or illegible on the smaller prints.*** The small prints still make an attractive wall display. Printed on high quality bond paper with Canon ink and also available on canvas. Please choose carefully as maps are not returnable.
An extensive collection of treasured songs from the seas, rivers, lakes, and canals capturing the romance, adventure, battles and trials of seafaring folk the world over. Written for voice and piano with guitar chords.
The Erie Canal in the Finger Lakes Region includes a reviewof proposals to build waterways during the 100 years preceding the canal's completion in 1825, a history of the building of the canal, and eight stories about life on the canal. Also provided are brief descriptions and histories of villages along the canal, biographies of seven people who were instrumental in the planning and construction of the canal, and comments on the future of the canal. In addition, information is included on places to see and things to do on a strip across northern New York State fifteen miles north of the canal and fifteen miles south of the canal.
Updated annually, WATERWAY GUIDE's Great Lakes 2014 edition is the indispensable cruising companion for boaters exploring the Great Lakes and the inland portions of the Great Loop Cruise from New York to the Great Lakes and from Chicago to the Gulf of Mexico. The guide features mile-by-mile navigation information, aerial photography with marked routes, marina listings and locater charts, anchorage information and expanded Goin' Ashore articles on ports along the way. Helpful cruising data like GPS waypoints, detailed planning maps, distance charts and bridge tables help get cruisers there safely. Flexible spiral binding and heavy laminated covers with bookmarker flaps ensure durability and easy use in the cockpit and at the helm.