Map of Kenosha Harbor, Wis.
Approaches to Kenosha Harbor at the end of the 19th century.
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This detailed survey of Kenosha Harbor shows the maritime approaches to the Wisconsin manufacturing town situated on the western shore of Lake Michigan. Depth soundings, in feet, are noted around the mouth, through the channel, and into the protected harbor.
Proposed pier and breakwater construction, designed to prevent further silting of the channel entrance, are noted in red. Numerous structures are outlined and labeled, including coal yards, a mattress factory, fish shanties, and the lighthouse. The last can still be visited today as part of the Kenosha History Center.
The map was designed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers under the authority of Captain J.G. Warren. Published in Washington, D.C. by the Government Printing Office as part of a Congressional report in 1899.
Source: Kenosha History Center
Publication Date: 1899
Author: J.G. Warren
Sheet Width (in): 28.25
Sheet Height (in): 15
Condition Description: Light creasing along originally issued fold lines and very faint toning around the outer edges of the sheet. Near fine.
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