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Full text of "Tables of geographic positions, azimuths, and distances : together with lists of barometric altitudes, magnetic declinations, and itineraries of important routes"

ENGINEER DEPARTMENT, U. S. AEMY. 



T A. B L E S 



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GEOGRAPHIC POSITIONS, AZIMUTHS, AND DISTANCES, 



TOGETHEH WITH 

LISTS OF BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES, MAGNETIC DECLINATIONS, 
AND ITINERARIES OF IMPORTANT ROUTES, 

PREPARED PRINCIPALLY BY 

First Lieut. M. M. MACOMB, 4th U. S. Artillery, 
ASSISTANT, 

FROM 

DATA GATHERED BY PARTIES OF THE UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 

WEST OF THE 100TH MERIDIAN, OPERATING IN THE STATES AND TERRI- 

TORIES OF CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, NEBRASKA, NEVADA, OREGON, 

ARIZONA, IDAHO, MONTANA, NEW MEXICO, AND WYOMING, 

UNDER THE DIRECTION OF 

Captain GEO. M. WHEELER, Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, 

IN CHCA.R&K. 



1883. 




WASHINGTON: 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. 
1885. 



10040 G P 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 
WEST OF THE ONE HUNDREDTH MERIDIAN, 

Washington, D. C., October 31, 1883. 

SIR : I have the honor to forward herewith " Tables of Geographic 
Positions, &c.," with the request that authority be granted for the print- 
ing of 1,000 copies. 

These tables contain important unpublished data (final results of the 
Survey), and should prove of much practical value in map compilation 
and for reference. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

GEO. M. WHEELER, 
Captain of Engineers in charge. 
The CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, IT. S. ARMY, 

Washington, D. 0. 



OFFICE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY, 

November 2, 1883. 

Respectfully submitted to the honorable the Secretary of War, with 
the recommendation that the report be printed at the Government 
Printing Office, and that 1,000 copies be furnished on requisition from 
this office. 

H. G. WRIGHT, 
Chief of Engineers, Brig. & Bvt. Maj. Gen. 

Approved. By order of the Secretary of War. 

JOHN TWEED ALE, 

Chief Clerk. 
WAR DEPARTMENT, November 3, 1883. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 
Introductory Note 7 

PART I. 

ASTHO^OMIC AND GEODETIC POSITIONS. 

TABLE I. Primary astronomical stations 10-11 

II. Secondary astronomical stations 12 

III. Base lines 13,14 

IV. Positions of mountain peaks alphabetically arranged by States 

and Territories 15-35 

V. Positions of cities, towns, and settlements, &c., alphabetically 

arranged by States and Territories 36-40 

VI. Positions of military posts, alphabetically arranged 41-44 

PART II. 

AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES FROM PRIMARY TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

TABLE I. Los Angeles base, California and Nevada 49-62 

II. Sutro base, California, Nevada, and Oregon 63-83 

III. Ogden base, Idaho and Utah 85-96 

IV. Santa Fe base 97-105 

V. Fort Bayard base 107-114 

VI. Fort Bliss (or El Paso) base 115-120 

PART III. 

BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

List of reference stations 124-126 

TABLE I. Military posts 127-128 

II. Mountain peaks 129-141 

III. Cities, towns, and settlements 142-171 

IV. Lakes, springs, &c., 172-1HO 

V. Mountain passes 181-191 

PART IV. 

ITINERARIES OF IMPORTANT ROUTES. 

Routes Nos. 1-41, inclusive 194-261 

6 



NOTE. 



Through the following tables there are presented, in accessible form, 
such portions of the more important numerical results of this Survey, 
from the year 1873 to 1879, inclusive, as it has been found necessary 
to compute pari passu with the plottings made from the field notes, 
together with such additional determinations as may have been re- 
quired in the construction of the final atlas sheets. 

The speed with which results were demanded and produced during 
the years that field observations were in progress, and the subsequent 
paucity in office assistance, have rendered it impossible to exhaust the 
subject under any one of the headings found in the contents. Such 
results, however, as would seem to be of the greatest general interest 
and usefulness have been collected in this volume, which is submitted 
to take a place among the miscellaneous publications of the Survey, 
wherein its importance will correspond in a measure to the number of 
positions, elevations, distances, &c. (of which there are many), not 
hitherto in print. 

These tables, independent of showing the larger part of the frame- 
work upon which the atlas sheets rest, should prove of practical assist- 
ance to parties hereafter operating in the same areas, and of value in 
all general map compilations of this portion of our western territory. 

Many of the results which have already appeared in various annual 
or preliminary reports, for convenience are repeated here, with additions 
and corrections where necessary. 

In any case of ditt'erence the figures herein, having been recompared 
with the final records, should be given the preference over any con- 
tained in earlier publications. 

Other than Lieutenant Macoinb, among those assisting in preparing 
the within tables, should be mentioned especially Mr. F. W. Floyd, also 
Messrs. Gilbert Thompson, Anton Karl, and Francis Klett, who have 
performed valuable services in collating from the original records. 

G. M. W. 

U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, 

GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS WEST OF THE 100th MERIDIAN, 

Washington, D. C., October 31, 1883. 

On account of the prolonged illness and consequent continued absence 
from duty of Captain Wheeler, this publication was still further delayed 

till commencement of the year 1885. 

7 



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ASTRONOMIC AND GEODETIC POSITIONS. 



TAIILK I. PRIMARY ASTRONOMICAL STATIONS. 

II. SECONDARY ASTRONOMICAL STATIONS. 
III. BASE LINES. 
IV. MOUNTAIN PEAKS. 
V. CITIES, TOWNS, AND SETTLEMENTS. 
VI. MILITARY POSTS. 



NOTE. Only such positions as have received distinctive names, and which have undergone final 
computation at the date of going to press, have been included in the following tables. 
All longitudes in this volume are west from Greenwich, and all latitudes are Norm. 



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AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES 

BETWEEN 

PRIMARY TRIANGULATION STATIONS. 

1874-1878. 



TABLE I. LOS ANGELES BASE, CAL., 1875. 

II SUTRO BASE, NEVADA, 1876. 
III. OG DEN BASE, UTAH, 1877-78. 
IV. SANTA FE BASE, N. M., SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT, 1877-78. 

V. FORT BAYARD BASE, N. M., 1878. 
VI. FORT BLISS (OR EL PASO) BASE, TEX., 1878. 



45 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 47 



NOTE. 

In the following tables are given the azimuths and distances be- 
tween the primary triangulation stations as computed and used in 
constructing the maps of this office. 

Each primary station is given a separate place in the list with the 
azimuths and distances to every other station of the same class, with 
which connection was made and computed. Azimuths to prominent 
points of a lower order are occasionally given, in which case the class 
of the station is indicated by the number in brackets after its name, 
the back azimuths being given just beneath the direct, as there is no 
special list prep ared showing the azimuths from such points. 

Full data regarding the astronomical work of the survey, upon 
which, as initial points, the triangulation rests, has been given in Vol. 
II of the quarto series and in the various annual reports. 

The primary triangulation was executed with theodolites of from 
eight to ten inches diameter of horizontal limb, reading by vernier to 
ten seconds. Except in the vicinity of the base lines, natural points 
were of necessity sighted, as the work was carried along rapidly in con- 
junction with, or but little in advance of, the topography. The highest 
points of the peaks to be occupied were, as a rule, sighted and marked 
after occupation by st one cairns six to ten feet in height. Where the 
peaks were bare and well-defined, as in the California Sierras and the 
mountain regions of Colorado, it was found possible to keep the error 
of closure to within ten or twenty seconds. The observations were 
adjusted and computed by the method of least squares and an outline 
of the routine pursued in the case of primary and secondary stations 
has been laid down in the annual report for J878, p. 28. While it is 
evident from the above that these results cannot lay full claim to the 
critical accuracy of a more expensive aud slowly-conducted scheme of 
triangulation, having in view a comparison between the theoretical and 
measured values of the earth's figure, for instance, yet experience has 
shown that map work for these thinly-settled regions of sufficient detail 
for all present needs can be safely based upon them, and the values ob- 
tained are of permanent value. 

They will be found of great assistance and value to other surveys 
working in the same country, and will be sufficient, it is thought, to 
enable the work of this office to be connected with, intelligently, and 
used to t ly best advantage. The bases were, as a rule, measured with 
specially-constructed twenty-foot wooden rods with scales, vernier 
attachments, and reading apparatus and also Stackpole compensated 
steel tapes, which were alwajs carefully compared with Coast Survey 
standard five-feet rods. 



48 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

The following are the constant logarithms used iu changes from 
meters to feet and miles and the reverse : 

For reducing meters to miles 0.7933338 

For reducing meters to feet 0.5159077 

For reducing feet to meters - 9.4840323 

It has been found impossible, from want of available funds aud office 
force, to complete for publication the plots projected to show the extent 
and relations of the triaugulation, a portion of the elements of which 
appear in the following pages. 

These plots, as far as finished, have been turned over to the Engineer 
Department with all other manuscript maps. 

M. M. M. 
ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 




U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



TABLE I. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY STATION* 
IN SOUTHERN AND EASTERN CALIFORNIA AND SOUTHWESTERN 
NEVADA, DEPENDING UPON Los ANGELES BASE, GAL., 1875. 

NOTE. The tdangulation of Southern California is dependent upon 
a base measured on the plain south of Los Angeles and connected with 
the stations of the United States Coast Survey, known as West Beach, 
Cahueuga, and Domingnez Hill. 

The geographical position of these points as determined from Coast 
Survey data were taken as correct, thus rendering a special astronomi- 
cal determination at Los Angeles unnecessary. The following are the 
extreme points of the scheme of triangulation resting upon the base : 

North-Tolicha Peak, latitude, 30 51' 35".0. 

South-Santiago Peak, latitude, 33 42' 31". 1. 

West-Mount McGill, longitude, 119 08' 52". 6. 

East-San Jacinto Peak, longitude, 116 42' 22".3. 

The scheme includes Fishermans Peak or Mount Whitney, the high- 
est point of the Sierra Nevada, and the highest peak of the White 
Mountains was also observed upon and computed. 

White Mountain Peak that had been connected with Sutro Base was 
occupied in 1878, and observations taken to more southerly points, but 
no final adjustment was made between the two schemes, as the office 
force was broken up before this could be done. 

The position of White Mountain Peak as dependent upon the Sutro 
Base and as an occupied point is as follows: Latitude 37 37' 51".4; 
longitude 118 15' 07".9; as computed from the Los Angeles Base by 
intersections, its position is, latitude 37 37' 49".7; longitude 118 15' 
00".G ; a difference of 1.7 seconds in latitude, and 7.3 seconds in longi- 
tude. As the astronomical bases are entirely independent of each other 
and over five degrees of latitude apart, this is as close an agreement 
as can be expected. The primary stations, with the azimuths and dis- 
tances therefrom, have been given from north to south, thus grouping 
together the more nearly related parts. An alphabetical list of the 
stations by name, with reference to pages, is also given. 

M. M. M. 
ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

1874 WH 4 



U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 51 



ALPHABETICAL LIST. 

CALIFORNIA. 

Page. 

Black Mountain 61 

Caliueuga Peak 54 

Cerro El Paso 58 

Cerro Gordo Peak 59 

Cooks Point 58 

Doiniiifjuez Hill 53 

Fisheriuans Peak, or Mount Whitney 60 

Fossil Bnttu 59 

Grizzly Peak 56 

Los Angeles (South West Base) 53 

Lou Angeles (North East Base) 53 

LosCerritos 53 

Matnraugo Peak 59 

McGill Mountain 56 

Nichols Point 59 

New York Butte 60 

OlauchaPeak 59 

Owens Peak 57 

Panainint Check Base (north) 60 

Panamint Check Base (south) 60 

Pilot Knob 58 

Red Crater 61 

Saddle, or Malaga Peak 55 

San Antonio Peak 55 

San Fernando Peak 56 

San Gabriel Peak 54 

San JacintoPeak 56 

San Pedro Hill 54 

Santiago Peak (or Temescal ) 56 

Sister Else Peak 55 

Sunday Peak 57 

Tehachapai Peak 57 

Telescope Peak 60 

Volcano Peak 58 

Waucoba Peak 61 

Wauguyhe Peak 62 

Weldon Check Base (east) 58 

Weldon Check Base (west) 58 

West Beach , 53 

Workmans Hill 54 

NEVADA. 

Bare Mountain 62 

Gold Mountain 62 

TolichaPeak.. 62 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 

TABLE I. 

LOS ANGELES (Southwest Base). 
[Latitude, 33 54' 12". 86 ; longitude, 118 21' 59".o8 ; altitude, 108. j 



53 



To 



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Log. distances. 



Meters. 

West Beach 39 50 II. I 3.6110272 

Northeast Base 239 1643.7 3.8223335 

Dominguez Hill 29027 23.8 4.1068676 

San Pedro Hill 3504741.9 4.2529128 

LOS ANGELES (Northeast Base). 
[Latitude, 33 56' 02". 95 ; longitude. 118 18' 16". 71 ; altitude, 247.] 

San Pedro Hill 7 43 48.4 4.3274974 

West Beach 51 55 57.5 4.0245182 

Southwest Base 591847.8 3-8223335 

Dominguez Hill 321 27 13.0 4.0025572 

WEST BEACH (U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Station). 
[Latitude, 33 52' 3i".o7 ; longitude, 118 23' 40" .88 (from U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey)]. 

Cahuenga 191 26 13.7 4.4660014 

Southwest Base 21949 14.4 3.6110272 

Northeast Base 231 5256.7 4.0245182 

Workmans Hill... 245 5923.3 4.5776404 

Dominguez Hill 275 1225.0 4.1661359 

Los Cerritos 291 49 24.5 4.3631094 

San Pedro Hill 339 1946.7 4.1913068 

DOMINGUEZ HILL. 
[Latitude, 33 51' 47^52 ; longitude, 118 20' O7".8o (from U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey)]. 

San Pedro Hill 3442 28.3 4.2053510 

West Beach 95 1741.6 4.1661359 

Southwest Base 11031 43.8 4.1068676 

Northeast Base.. : 141 2929.0 4.0025572 

Cahuenga 163 44 00.5 4.4949348 

Workmans Hill 230 06 57.0 4.4153284 

Los Cerritos 316 49 33.4 3.9978914 

LOS CERRITOS (East). 
[Latitude, 33 47' .li".9 ; longitude, 118" 09' 48".! ; altitude, 357.] 

San Pedro Hill 69 37 53.6 4.2307845 

West Beach in 5708.2 4.3631094 

Saddle 124 19 30.3 4.7397236 

Dominguez 136 52 00.8 3.9978914 

Cahuenga 157 22 16. 6 4.6061902 

San Gabriel 186 55 48.5 4.6948107 

Workmans Hill 208 49 56.6 4.4364917 

San Antonio 22053 2 3- 5 4-8552138 

Santiago, highest point 279 27 04.6 4.7715564 



54 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE I Continued. 

SAN PEDRO HILL. 
[Latitude, 33 44' 39". 2; longitude, 118 20' 07". 8; altitude, 1,462.] 



To 



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Meters. 

Saddle 141 2041.1 4.6737178 

WestBeach.. '5921 45.3 4.1913068 

Southwest Base 170 48 43.9 4.2529128 

Cahuenga 1802701.8 4.6354530 

Northeast Base 187 4046.5 4.3274974 

Sister Else 1884418.0 4.7681027 

San Gabriel , 201 3629.2 4.7729529 

Dominguez Hill 214 39 10.8 4.2053510 

Workmans Hill 224 n 40.0 4.6202236 

Los Cerritos 249 32 09.1 4.2307845 

Santiago, highest point 27249 i6.oj 4.8712181 

I 

WORKMANS HILL. 
[Latitude, 34 op' 48".4; longitude, 118 01' i4".s; altitude, 1,364.] 

LosCerritos 285443.0 4.4364917 

San Pedro 4422 11.7 4.6202236 

Dominguez Hill 50 14 11.5 4.4153284 

West Beach (Los Angeles Base) 66 n 55.0 4.5776404 

SaddlePeak 9655 59.9 4 . 7704941 

Cahuenga 114 59 56.7 4.5005119 

Sister Else 14427 12.3 4.5383469 

Disappointment 161 2619.2 4.4369002 

San Gabriel j6 4 09 04.8 4.4188810 

San Antonio 22 8 12 28.7 4.6560279 

Santiago, highest point 306 47 07.0 4.7503340 

CAHUENGA PEAK CASTRO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 34" 08' oi".3 ; longitude, 118". 19' 54".; (from U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey).] 

San Pedro Hill oo 27 09. I 4.6354530 

WestBeach n 2820.2 4.4660014 

SaddlePeak 77 S7 59.5 j 4.4839695 

San Gabriel Peak., 2405848.4 4.3905619 

Workmans Hill 29449 29.2 4.5005119 

LosCerritos . 337 1637.9 4-6061902 

Dominguez Hill .3434049.4 4-4949348 

SAN GABRIEL PEAK SAN GABRIEL RANGE. 
[Latitude, 34 14' *?".$; longitude, 118 05' 54".s; altitude, 6,232.] 

LosCerritos 6 . 2 j 4.6948107 

SanPedro.. 214426.3 4.7729529 

Cahuenga 6l o6 4O . 4 j 4.3905619 

Saddle.. 703115.6 4-7360687 

San Fernando ,01 5257.8 4.6740144 

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U. S GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



55 



TABLE I Continued. 

SAN GABRIEL PEAK Continued. 

[Latitude, 34 14' 27". 5 ; longitude, 118 05' 54". 5 ; altitude, 6,232.) 



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144 06 27. 7 


4.4188810 









SADDLE OR MALAGA PEAK, CASTRO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 34 04' 33".s ; longitude, 1.8 39' 17" .2 ; altitude, 2,897.] 



Tehachapai _. . 


183 49 20. 6 
141 12 29. 6 
320 58 16.9 
190 08 39. I 
241 oo 32. 8 
250 12 31. 2 

255 36 38. I 
257 47 07.6 
276 34 42. o 
304 03 02. 6 
321 09 59.9 


5- 0297479 
4. 7896947 


Ceca(7) . 


Back. 


San Fernando 


4. 4525 6 93 
4. 6414299 
4. 7360687 
4. 9783097 
4. 4839695 
4- 7704941 
4- 7397236 
4.6737178 


Sister Else .- . . 


San Gabriel . _ 


San Antonio 


Cahuenga _ . 


Workmans Hill 


Los Cerritos 


San Pedro Hill . 




SISTER ELSE, SAN GABRIEL MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 34 16' oo".o; longitude, 118 14' i9".6.] 


San Pedro _ 


8 47 32- 7 
61 14 39.9 
101 34 28. 2 
267 39 56.0 
282 23 32. 8 
324 19 5-7 


4. 7681027 
4. 6414299 
4.5311946 
4.7315102 
4.1215956 
4- 5383469 


Saddle . _ _ _. .... 


San Fernando 


San Antonio 


San Gabriel 


Workmans Hill 




SAN ANTONIO PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 34 17' 06". 2; longitude, 117 39' 14".! ; altitude, 10,120.] 


Los Cerritos 


41 10 30. I 
48 24 50.0 

76 10 22. 3 

83 18 56.5 
87 59 4i. 7 
93 21 58. 2 
3 3i 03.3 
134 57 '7-3 

137 22 10. O 

3> 6 53 37-4 
.y 03 5 6 -9 
168 58 56. 5 

197 22 48.0 

285 23 26. 7 
300 18 59. I 


4.8552138 
4. 6560279 
4- 9783097 
4. 6152259 
4.7315102 
4. 9407896 
5. 17^610 
5-078663 
5.0519202 


Workmans Hill 


Saddle 


San Gabriel 


Sister Else 


San Fernando.. 


McGill.. 


Tehachapai 


Double (5) 


Back 


Sunday 


5. 2706103 
5. 2145733 
5. 1096432 
4. 8809002 
5. 0070091 


Owens 


Pilot 


Grizzly 


San Jacinto 





56 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE I Continued. 

SANTIAGO PEAK, HIGHEST POINT (Temescal No. i). 
[Latitude, 33 42' 31".! ; longitude, 117" 32' 03". 9; altitude, 5,730.) 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Meiers. 

SanPedro Hill 93 '5 57- i ! 4-8712181 

Los Cerritos 994802.6 4.7715564 

Cahuenga 122 49 05. I 4.9420538 

Workmans Hill 127 03 22.4 4.7503340 

San Gabriel .__ 138 43 H- 3 4-8962755 

San Antonio 170 14 18.0 4.8120841 

Grizzly -.... 235 5246.2 4.8863012 

Sanjacinto 26051 06.2 4.8946923 

SAN JACINTO PEAK, SAN JACINTO MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 33 49' o7' / .g; longitude, 116 42' 22". 3 ; altitude, 10,987.] 

Santiago, highest point 81 5944.8 4.8946923 

San Antonio 120 50 49.5 5.0070091 

Grizzly 157 oo 55.1 4.5268116 

GRIZZLY PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 34 05' 52".? ; longitude, 116 50' 54". 7 ; altitude, 11,723.] 

Santiago, highest point (Temescal No. i) 56 56 54.5 4.8863012 

San Gabriel 9811 14.7 5.0656467 

San Antonio 105 5036.1 4.8869002 

Pilot Knob 166 25 09.3 5.1695683 

Sanjacinto 336 5608.1 4.5268116 

SAN FERNANDO PEAK, SAN FERNANDO MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 34 19' 39". 3; longitude, 118 36' oi".9; altitude, 3,793.] 

I 

Saddle :o 1028.8 4.4525693 

Tehachapai 181 35 15.2 4.8974777 

San Antonio 272 49 58.0 4.9407896 

Sister Else 281 22 14.4 4.5311946 

San Gabriel 281 35 59.7 4.6740144 

McGILL MOUNTAIN. 
[Latitude, 34 48' 43". 9 ; longitude, 119 c8' 52". 6 ; altitude, 9,214.] 

Sunday 205 1221.8 5.0749531 

Tehachapai 244 04 40.6 4.7631384 

San Antonio 29240 13.1 5.1733610 

San Gabriel 303 02 00.8 5.0618521 

White Granite (5) 356 1630.6 4.3528982 

Back.. 176 1703.4 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE I Continued. 

TEHACHAPAI PEAK, TEHACHAPAI MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 35 02' 2i"-3; longitude, 118 34' 35" .6; altitude, 8,056.] 



57 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance 


San Fernando _ _ _ ._ . _ , _ _ 


o / // 
I 46 03. 8 


Meters. 
4. 8974777 


Saddle . 


4 01 59.8 


5. 0297479 


White Granite (5) 


46 58 39. I 


4. 8430697 


Back ... 


226 39 37. 3 




McGill 


64 24 1 8. 2 


4. 7631384 


Sunday 


179 16 10. 6 


4. 9148581 


Olancha ... . 


196 49 50. 6 


5. 1518033 


Owens 


213 59 39. I 


4. 9696561 


Double (5) 


277 39 05. 7 


3. 8992686 


Back 


97 42 03. 7 




San Antonio . 


314 25 48. 2 


5. 0753663 


San Gabriel . . 


333 3 1 S 2 - 2 


4- 9947S96 









SUNDAY PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 35 46' 48".s ; longitude, 118 35' ij".-$ ; altitude, 8,335 J 



McGill 


25 31 46. I 


5.0749531 


Whitney 


196 41 26. 6 


4. 9647619 


Corcoran (5) _ _ _ _ 


200 46 25. 9 


4. 9440956 


Olancha . 


218 09 47. I 


4- 8334501 


Owens 


275 13 45.4 


4. 7276007 


East Base (Weldon) . 


300 25 09. 7 


4.4390918 


Nichols 


304 50 45. 5 


4. 5003026 


Cooks Point 


323 33 39. 7 


4. 3469850 


Pah-uteC?) 


328 47 28. I 


4. 5941647 


San Antonio 


332 31 46. I 


5. 2706103 


Tehachapai _ 


359 15 46.4 


4.9148581 









OWENS PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 

[Latitude, 35 44' 05". 4 ; longitude, 118 oo' oo".s.] 



San Gabriel 


j 21 24. 8 


";. 2100894 


Tehachapai Double (5) 


29 47 58. 9 


4. 9543086 


Back 


209 30 57.0 




Tehachapai 


34 19 40. 7 


4. 9696561 


Pah-ute (?) 


49 09 28. 4 


4. 6397404 


Back 


228 56 46. i 




Nichols 




4. 4807607 


East Base (Weldon) 


73 16 55.9 


4. 4891280 


Cooks Point 


72 20 07. I 


4. 6230883 


Sunday 


95 34 22. 3 


4. 7276007 


Olancha 


169 36 50. 8 


4. 7744337 


Volcano .. . 


211 51 27.9 


4.4536117 


Maturango 


226 54 06. 9 


/), 79^'Hi? 


Telescope 


239 33 55. 2 


4.9771510 


Arsrus (O 


255 42 36. 2 


4. 7107030 


Back 


76 01 56. 5 




Pilot Knob 


298 21 13. 2 


4. 9000873 


CerroElPaso . ... 


334 27 47. 9 


4- S I0 5597 


San Antonio 


348 47 01. 3 


5. 2145733 









58 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE I Continued. 

CERRO EL PASO PEAK. 
[Latitude, 35 28' i6".3; longitude, 117 50' 46". 5.] 



To 



Owens . . 
Volcano. 



Azimuth. 



154 33 10-5 
181 II 52.4 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

4.5105597 
4. 7274091 



VOLCANO PEAK (Crater). 
[Latitude, 35 57' 08". 2 ; longitude, 117" 50' oi".9 ; altitude, 5,434.] 



Cerro El Paso. 

Owens 

Olancha 

Argus (5) 

Back.. 



I 12 18.4 

31 57 18.4 

143 17 21.9 

288 19 55.7 

1 08 33 28.0 



4- 7274091 
4.4536117 
4. 6328137 
4- 5637027 



PILOT KNOB. 
[Latitude, 35 23' 32".! ; longitude, 117 13' 49". 7 ; altitude, 5,525.! 



San Antonio 1737 18.9 5.1098432 

Owens 118 48 04.8 4.9000873 

Olancha 140 29 23.6 5.0988628 

Maturango 163 2057.0 4.9232490 

Telescope 18820 13.1 4-9375S7 2 

Grizzly.. 3461205.6 5.1695683 

WEST BASE, WELDON. 
[Latitude, 35 39' 14". 39; longitude, 118 23' oo".53.] 

Cooks Point 5349 28.1 3.8157404 

East Base 269 28 28.8 3.7135976 

EAST BASE, WELDON. 
[Latitude, 35 39' i s ".88; longitude, n8 19' 34" .93.] 

Cooks Point 6931 38.6 4.0476375 

West Base 89 30 28.6 3-7135976 

SundayPeak 12034 '9-8 4.4390918 

OwensPeak... 2530530.7 4.4891280 

COOKS POINT, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 35" 37' o9".o; longitude, 118 26' 30" '.4 ; altitude, 6,336.] 

SundayPeak 143 2847.2 4.3469850 

West Base (Weldon) 233 47 25.8 3-8'574O4 

East Base (Weldon) 249 27 35.8 4.0476375 

Camp near Weldon 249 3005.3 4.1813911 

OwensPeak 252 04 39.8 4.6230883 

Nichols Point 271 0820.4 4.1043342 



D. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 

TABLE I Continued. 

NICHOLS POINT (near Weldon), SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 35 37' oo".s ; longitude, 118 18' 05". 2 ; altitude, 6,233.] 



59 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Cooks Point 


O / /' 

91 13 14.6 


Meters, 
4. 1043342 


Sunday Peak 


125 oo 47. 8 


4. 5003026 


Camp near Weldon 


195 14 49. 7 


3. 7612589 


Owens Peak 


244 16 II. 7 


4. 4807607 









OLANCHA PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 36 15' 43". 8; longitude, 118 07' io",2 ; altitude, 13,351.] 



Pah-ute (5) 


14 17 14.0 


4.9535166 


Back , 


194 08 38. 4 




Tehachapai . -_ 


1 7 05 49. 6 


5. 1518033 


Sunday 


38 26 19. 3 


4- 8334501 


Thunder (5) 


64 10 21. I 


4. 6615460 


Back 


243 54 07. o 




Fishermans Peak, or Mount Whitney 


156 03 32. 2 


4. 5808392 


Corcoran (old Whitney) _ _ 


159 23 15. 6 


4.4862551 


Waucoba 


1 86 49 52.6 


4.9271953 


Fossil 


218 58 11.4 


4. 6389297 


Cerro Gordo . . 


224 33 13.9 


4. 6270863 


Telescope 


276 22 26. 8 


4.9690137 


Maturango 


286 oo 48. 6 


4. 7655330- 


Pilot Knob . . 


319 58 10. i 


5. 0988628 


Volcano 


323 07 15. 9 


4. 6328137 


Owens . 


349 32 38. 2 


4. 7744337 









FOSSIL BUTTE, CERRO GORDO MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 36 34' oo".8.; longitude, 117 48' 48".7.) 



Olancha 




39 09 05. 3 
327 33 47. 6 


4. 6389297 
3- 6380397 


Cerro Gorde 


) 




CERRO GORDO PEAK, CERRO GORDO MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 36 32' oi".8 ; longitude, 117 47' is".o.) 


Olancha _ _ 


44 45 3- i 
96 02 13. 3 

147 34 43- 4 


4. 6270863 

4- 6572539 
3. 6380397 


Fishermans 
Fossil 


Peak, or Mount Whitney 






MATURANGO PEAK, ARGUS MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 36 06' 56". 3 ; longitude, 117 29' 49".g ; altitude, 8,844.] 


Owens 




47 ii 49- 2 

IO6 22 51.4 

25 55 13- i 
261 26 05. i 
281 42 25.9 
343 ii 36.0 


4.7924412 
4- 7655330 
4. 3022202 

4- 5678043 
4. 3207244 
4. 9232490 


Olancha 




North Base, 
Telescope 


Panamint Valley 




South Base, 
Pilot Knob 


Panamint Valley 







60 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE I Continued. 

NORTH BASE, PANAMINT VALLEY. 
[Latitude, 36 10' 28". 32 ; longitude, 117" 17' it". 38 ; altitude, 1,684.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Maturango _ 


/ // 

71 02 40.5 

273 3 2 17-2 
352 oo 48.0 


Meters. 
4. 3022202 
4- 2463077 
4. 0378738 


Telescope 


South Base 




SOUTH BASE, PANAMINT VALLEY. 
[Latitude, 36 04' 37". 72; longitude, 117 16' io".79; altitude, 1,233.] 


Maturango . 


ioi 50 28. 5 
172 01 23. 7 
238 52 09. i 


4- 3207244 
4. 0378738 
4- 2739304 


North Base 


Telescope 





TELESCOPE PEAK, TELESCOPE RANGE. 
[Latitude, 36 09' 52". 4 ; longitude, 117 05' 27". 2 ; altitude, 10,938.] 



Pilot Knob 


8 25 06. 9 


4. Q'!7'; i ;72 


South Base, Panamint Valley (A) 


58 58 28. 5 


4. 2739304 


Owens Peak 


60 os S7. o 


4. Q77I1IO 


Maturango 


81 40 27. 7 


4. 5678043 


North Base, Panamint Valley (B) 


93 39 12. 7 


4. 2463077 


Olancha 


06 ";8 S4. 6 


4. 96901 37 


Corcoran.. 


in 17 39. 6 


5. 0431416 


Fishermans or Whitney 


113 17 53. 5 


5. 0683890 


New York Butte 


125 27 54. 7 


4. o6';';<;4i 


F(i87S) 


136 56 07. 8 


4- 7^33983 


Waucoba 


I"?Q 26 12. 4 


5.0978861 


Wahguyhe .. 


179 II 49.0 


4. Q3I ^4.17 


Tolicha 


191 37 21. 3 


5. 0947216 


Base 


2O3 56 'to. 7 


4. 9267081 









NEW YORK BUTTE, INYO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 36 38' 40". 8 : longitude, 117" 55' 56". 4 ; altitude, 10,675.] 



Camp at Lone Pine (7) 


69 45 38. 9 


4. 1029282 


Fishermans Peak, or Mount Whitney . 


76 45 28. 9 


4. 5196726 


Black Peak 


116 03 21. 8 


4. 6303932 


Camp Independence (Flagstaff) (7) .. 


129 07 24. 7 


4. 5187043 


Mount Hahn (7) . . _ 


158 13 28.8 


3. Ssi'^'U 


Back 


\~& 12 25.4 




Telescope 


7O4 <7 S6. O 


4. 0651; 541 









FISHERMANS PEAK, OR MOUNT WHITNEY, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 36 34' 33".o; longitude, 118" 17' 32". o; altitude, 14,470.] 



Sunday 




16 51 S5. 5 


4. 0647610 


Thunder Peak 


(5) 


25 08 12. 2 


4. 7823494 


Back .. 




204 58 02. 8 













U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 61 

TABLE I Continued. 

FISHERMANS PEAK, OR MOUNT WHITNEY, SIERRA NEVADA Continued. 
[Latitude, 36 34' 33".o; longitude, 118" 17' 32" .o; altitude, 14,470.] 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Black 


/ // 

166 38 32. 3 


Meters. 
4. 4320388 


Red Crater 


'79 3 1 S3- 2 


4. 7738870 


White Mountain (approximate] . . 


181 49 02. 5 


5. 0685304 


Camp Independence (Flagstaff) (5) 


192 51 20. 9 


4. 4648889 


Back 


12 53 57.4 




Waucoba _. _ 


207 19 58. i 




Wahguyhe 


249 05 12.6 


5.0541378 


New York Butte 


256 32 36. 2 


4. 5196726 


Camp at Lone Pine (7) .. . _ ._ 


260 50 56. 2 


4.3131535 


Back 


80 59 03. 3 




Cerro Gordo 


275 44 II. 2 


4. 6572539 


Telescope _. _. 


292 35 08. 8 


5.0683890 


Corcoran (5) 


322 37 26. 5 


3. 8873044 


Olancha 


335 57 23. i 


4. 5808392 









BLACK MOUNTAIN, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 36 48' 46". 5; longitude, 118 ai' 44".!.] 



Waucoba 


234 06 32. 6 


4. 5919296 


Inyo (7) 


285 10 33. 5 


4. 5430141 


Back 


105 24 06. 5 




New York Butte 


295 47 56. 2 


4. 6303932 


Fishermans Peak, or Mount Whitney _ . 


346 36 01.6 


4. 4320388 









RED CRATER, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 06' 40". 4 ; longitude, 118 17' si".?.] 



Waucoba 




291 40 41. 4 


4. 4448896 


Fishermans 


Peak, or Mount Whitney 


359 31 41. 5 


4- 773887 











WAUCOBA PEAK, INYO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 37 01' o 7 ".8 ; longitude, 118 oo' 23" .3 ; altitude, 11,267.] 



Olancha . 


6 53 55.5 


4.9271953 


Fishermans (or Whitney) 


27 30 14. 3 




Tyndall (7) 


36 06 21.9 


4. 6994774 


Back 


215 54 29. 7 




Black 


54 19 21. 9 


4. 5919296 


Red Crater 


in 41 13. 2 


4. 4448896 


Wahguyhe _ 


276 23 11.9 




Telescope 


318 53 27. 5 


5. 0978861 


Invo (7) 


356 34 21. o 


4. 5066948 


Back . .. . -. 


176 35 07.4 











62 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE I Continued. 

WAHGUYHE PEAK. 
[Latitude, 36 56' 03". 5; longitude, 117 06' 15". 6; altitude, 8,528.] 



Azimuth. Log. distance. 



' " Meters. 

Fishermans Peak, or Mount Whitney 6947 51.7 5.0541378 

Gold Mountain 15301 26.2 4.5913683 

Tolicha 215 46 53.4 4.6521505 

Base 283 oo 55.0 4.5612862 

Telescope.. . 359 11 20.2 4.9315437 

GOLD MOUNTAIN. 
[Latitude, 37" 14' 51". 3 ; longitude, 117 18' 14". o.] 

Tolicha 87 44 49.0 4.6432627 

Wahguyhe 152 54 12.9 4.5913683 

TOLICHA PEAK. 
[Latitude, 37 15' 43" .6; longitude, 116 48' 30". 2; altitude, 7,022.] 

Telescope II 47 29.3 5.0947216 

Wahguyhe , 355735-9 ' 4-6521505 

Cold 88 02 48.8 4.6432627 

Base 34829 12.2 4.6586164 

BARE PEAK, BARE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 36 51' 35".o; longitude, 116" 42' 23".o; altitude, 6,039.] 

Telescope 24 1023.3 4.9267081 

Wahguyhe 103 15 15.0 4.5612862 

Tolicha... 168 32 53.5 4.6586164 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 63 



TABLE II. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY STA- 
TIONS IN NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, AND OREGON, DEPENDING TTPON 
THE SUTRO BASE, NEVADA, 1876. 

NOTE. The greater part of the triaugulation executed in Western 
and Southwestern Nevada, Eastern and Northeastern California, and 
Southern Oregon is dependent upon a base measured and permanently 
marked along the comparatively level space between the town of Sutro, 
Nev., and the Carson Eiver, and connected with the main astronomical 
monument on divide between Virginia City and Gold Dill, the mining 
centers of the Cornstock region, the geographical co ordinates of the 
latter having been determined in 1873. The extreme points of the 
scheme of triaugulation resting on this base, as found reduced on 
the original triaugulation plats, are: North Warner Peak, Warner 
Range, latitude 42 27' 32".6. South Green Peak, Sierra Nevada, lat- 
itude 37 15' 43".6. West Lassens Butte, longitude 121P 30' 09".7. 
East Bunker Hill, Toyabe Range, longitude 117 07' 17".8. White 
Mountain Peak at the south is a point of connection with the net of tri- 
augulation extended from the Los Angeles base. The adopted length 
of the Sutro base, reduced to sea level, which was measured by a spe- 
cially constructed twenty-foot rod, described on page 1219 of A. R. of 
1877, is 23,416.387 feet, or approximates 4.435 miles. (See page 1223 
A. R. 1877.) 

G. M. W. 
ENGINEER OFFICE 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 65 



ALPHABETICAL LIST. 

Page. 

(a) Base development, 1876 67-69 

<6) Eastern development, 1876 69-72 

(c) Northern development, 1876, '77, '78 72-77 

(d) Southern development, 1877, '78, '79 77-KB 

{a) Base development: 

Astronomical Monument 68 

Davidson Peak 68 

Emma Peak 67 

McClellan Peak 67 

Northeast Base Peak 69 

Rawe Peak 67 

Rocky Point 68 

Sulro Base, east '. 67 

Sutro Base, west 67 

Tibbie Peak 69 

(b) Eastern development : 

Basalt Peak 70 

Bunker Hill 71 

Desatoya Peak 71 

Fairview Peak 70 

Grant Peak 70 

Lyon Peak 69 

Paradise Peak 71 

Poston Peak 72 

TarogquaPeak 70 

Tntib Peak 69 

<c) Northern development: 

Cedar Peak 76 

Division Peak 75 

Downieville Bntte 72 

FredonyiT Peak 73 

Granite Peak 74 

Hot Springs Peak 74 

IngallsPeak 73 

Lassens But! e 74 

Loloehewis Peak 77 

Mahogany Peak 75 

Observation Peak 74 

Pinte, or Pah-ute Peak 76 

Rose Peak 72 

South Fork Peak 75 

Sngarloaf Peak 76 

Thompsons Peak 73 

Tobaknm Peak 73 

Warner Peak 77 

Warren Peak 76 

(d) Southern development: 

Alpine Peak .' 78 

Castle Peak 77 

1874 WH 5 



66 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES TABLE II. 

Page, 
(d) Southern development Continued. 

Chiqnito Peak 81 

Clarks Peak 81 

Conness Peak 80 

Cory Peak 79 

Dana Peak 80 

Deadwood Peak 82 

Devils Peak 82 

Freels Peak 77 

Green Mountain 83 

Highland Peak 79 

Hoffman Peak 82 

LyellPeak 81 

McBride Peak 80 

Mokelumne Peak 78 

Morgan Peak 81 

Oreana, or Silver Lake Peak 78 

Pyramid Peak 77 

Schultz Peak 83 

Son ora Peak 79 

Sweetwater Peak 79 

White Mountain Peak 80 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLK II Continued. 

WEST BASE (SUTRO). 
[Latitude, 39" 16' 24". 86 ; longitude, 119 34' os".82. | 



67 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

Emma 1294824.0 3.5548694 

Rocky Point 180 34 30.7 3.9128355 

Northeast Base Peak 26605 5&- l 4- 3238320 

East Base 232 3042.0 3-8535524 

EAST BASE (SUTRO). 
[Latitude, 39 18' 4s".67 ; longitude, 119 30' 09". 38.] 

West Base 5^33 n-7 3-8535524 

Emma 76 22 42.6 3-9377776 

Davidson 86 57 57.8 4.1342159 

Rocky Point 1243258.3 3.8307947 

Northeast Base 20637 37-5 4- '59 I( >35 

Rawe 350 23 43.0 4.1070376 

RAWE PEAK, PINE NUT OR COMO RANGE (monument north end). 
[Latitude, 39 n' 56". 5 ; longitude, 119 28' 40". 4 ; altitude, 8,404.] 

McClellan _. 108 59 52.1 4.2993752 

Davidson _. 12705 56.5 4.2950499 

Emma 135 03 57.3 4.1744083 

Rocky Point. 154 54 09. 2 4. 2594699 

East Base 170 24 39. I 4. 1070376 

Northeast Base Peak 189 39 oi.o 4.4129152 

McCLELLAN PEAK, WASHOE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 39 15' 26". i ; longitude, 119" 41' 46". 2 ; altitude, 7,53*.] 

Genoa Peak (5) 33 1852.8 4.4587050 

Back 213 II 58.1 

Rose 116 29 30.6 4.3237979 

Davidson 209 42 03.2 3.7952069 

Astronomical Monument 223 44 38.2 3. 7435791 

Rocky Point 227 5957.1 4.1744739 

Tibbie. 228 44 33.4 4.2750254 

Northeast Base Peak 230 28 48.3 4.4769044 

Emma 243 3442.6 3.9657010 

Rawe (north end) __ 28851 35.1 4.2993752 

Lyon 306 4048.9 4.3869209 



EMMA PEAK, WASHOE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 39 17' 39".3 ; longitude, 119 36' oo".g ; altitude, 6,439.] 



McClellan 

Astronomical Monument., 
Davidson ._ 



63 38 21. 2 

88 39 26. 9 
104 13 48. 7 



3. 9657010 

3- 6479254 
3. 7280397 



68 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 

EMMA PEAK, WASHOE MOUNTAINS Continued. 
[Latitude, 39 17' 39". 3; longitude, 119 36' ao f '.g; altitude, 6,439.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Rocky Point 


Off/ 

205 43 59. 3 


Meters. 
3. 8151044 


Tibbie 


215 22 06.9 


4. 0079058 


Northeast Base Peak 


224 50 31.1 


4. 3240573 


East Base 


256 19 oo. o 


3. 9377776 


West Base 


309 47 i i . 2 


3. 5548694 


Rawe ( north end) __ 


TI4 =!9 18. 7 


4. 1744083 



DAVIDSON PEAK, WASHOE MOUNTAINS. 

[Latitude, 39 i8'2i".9 ; longitude, 119 39' 37". 2 ; altitude, 7,941.] 



McClellan... . 


29 43 24. 9 


3. 7952069 


Genoa (5) 


32 41 35.4 


4. 5438765 


Rose 


100 18 01.3 


4. 3485643 


Northeast Base Peak . L 


235 44 25. 2 


4. 3847454 


Tibbie 


237 42 27. 5 


4. 1172029 


Rocky 


240 1 6 38. 9 


3. 9651926 


East Base 


266 51 58.6 


4. 1342159 


Emma 


284 II 31.7 


3. 7280397 


Rawe (north end) 


306 59 oo. 9 


4. 2950499 


v / 
Lyon 


320 32 53.4 


4.4130312 


Astronomical Monument 


332 28 48. 8 


3. 2037768 


Como (5) __ 


332 44 36. o 


4. 5546140 









ASTRONOMICAL MONUMENT, ON DIVIDE BETWEEN GOLD HILL AND 

VIRGINIA CITY. 

[Latitude, 39 17' 3s".92 ; longitude, 119 39' 06". 35 ; altitude, 6,339.] 



McClellan i 43 46 19.4 

Davidson i 152 29 08.3 

Rocky Point, : 230 31 36. 3 

Emma | 268 37 29.4 



3-7435791 
3- 2037768 
3.9744011 



ROCKY POINT, FLOWERY RIDGE, WASHOE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 39 20' so".? ; longitude, 119 34' 02".4.J 



West Base 


OO 34 31.8 


t. 01283^ 


Emma _ . . 


25 45 14. 3 


3. 8151044 


McClellan 


48 04 50. 9 


4. 1744739 


Astronomical Monument 


SO 74. 48. q 


?. Q744OII 


Davidson . .. 


60 20 1 1 . o 


3. 9651926 


'Tibbie 


231 40 28. I 


3. 5QOQQQI 


"Northeast Base Peak . . 


251 OI 19. ! 


4. 1780752 


East Base 


304 30 30. 7 


3. 8307947 


IRawe 


1'14 SO 4S. 3 


4. 2^04600 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

TIBBIE PEAK, FLOWERY RIDGE, WASHOE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 39 22' 08". 6 ; longitude, 1 19 31' 54".6 ; altitude, 7.383 ] 



69 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Emma - _. 


/ // 

35 24 43. o 


Meters. 
4. 0x379058 


McCIellan 


48 50 48. i 


4. 2750254 


Davidson 


57 47 20. 7 


4. 1172029 


Rocky Point . 


63 52 52. 2 


3. 5909991 









NORTHEAST BASE PEAK. 
[Latitude, 39" 25' 43" .o ; longitude, 119 25' 39".o; altitude, 7,100.] 



Lyon _ _ _ . _ . 


6 15 oo. 7 


4. 5293107 


Rawe ( Monument, north end) __ 


9 40 56. 9 


4.4129152 


East Base 


2O 40 30. I 


4. 1591635 


West Base .. 


35 ii 20. 6 


4. 3238320 


Emma 


44 57 06. 5 


4. 324OS73 


McCIellan 


50 39 01.4 


i\ ^769^/1 


Rocky Point . _ _ ._ 


53 06 38. 8 


4. 1780752 


Davidson 


?i; S3 1 6. 9 


4. 3847454 









LYON PEAK, PINE NUT (COMO) RANGE. 
[Latitude, 39 07' 33". a ; longitude, 119 28' 12". 4 ; altitude, 8,794.] 



Oreana or Silver Lake 


I oo 37. 4 


4. 4659001 


Highland _ __ 


20 47 52. o 


4. 8412370 


Alpine 


41 46 58. 6 


4.818776-? 


Kreels 


Si o^! s6. q 


4. 6782465 


Pyramid ._ 


62 18 46. 2 


4. 827IO64 


Rose 


122 OS S7. 7 


4 6=^82';'* 


McCIellan 


126 49 23. I 


4.. ^860200 


Davidson _ ._ . 


140 40 06. 3 


4. 4130312 


Northeast Base Peak 


186 13 23.6 


4- 5 2 93 IO 7 


Tutib 


201 SS s6. o 


^ S/jS^/jyj/j 


Churchill Butte (5) 


213 03 45. 3 


4. 4486607 


Back ...... ::::: 


33 13 30. 2 




Tarogqua 


244 1 6 32.0 


;. o72i8K 


Basalt .. ... i. 


279 29 03. 6 


4, &4Q44.C8 


Corv 


716 oo S^. 8 


A, 0777768 









TUTIB PEAK, NATCHEZ MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 39 4*' s".8 ; longitude, 119 09' 46" .6 : altitude, 7,062.] 



Churchill Butte 


14. tjt; 41. ; 


4. 6767O77 


Lyon 


22 O7 38. 2 


4. R^R-/j/|^ 


Rose 


57 36 29. 9 


4. 88s2ot;o 


Hot Springs 


1 72 II 52. 7 


<. 0706227 


Tohakum . 


154 25 43. 9 


4. 7 ( i624Q7 


Tarogqua 


280 13 ii. 5 


4. 9099982 


Basalt 


721 <7 7Q. ? 


5. 0105726 









70 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE II Continued. 

BASALT PEAK. 
[Latitude, 38 -9' 09". 8 ; longitude, 118 25' 59" .o; altitude, 6,wg.] 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



o / // Meters. . 

Cory 33 3344-9 4- 74734&O 

Lyon 10008 15.8 4.9594458 

Rose 107 3608.3 5. 1271390 

Tutib . 14221 25.6 5.0105726 

Tarogqua 1944 16. o 4.8343683 

Grant I 215 55 31.1 4.8797241 

Fairvieiv ' 223 oo 07.6 4.5562792 

Desatoya 234 1431.5 4.8572342 

Bunker Hill 255 03 54.1 5.0687273 

Poston (or Davies) ' 2800442.5 4.9804536 

Paradise 1 290 39 53.0 4. 7530595 

McBride 35651 24.3 5.1068251 

TAROGQUA PEAK, PAH-UTE MOUNTAINS. 
ILatitude, 39 34' 51". 7 ; longitude, 118 13' 54".2 j altitude, 8,771.] 

Basalt 1447 54-9 4-8343683 

Lyon 65 03 38.9 5.0721815 

Rose 80 08 39. 7 5. 1680897 

Tutib ___ 10048 50.5 4.9099982 

Grant 27953 '- 5 4- 4406293 

Bunker Hill 290 38 07. 8 5.0102199 

Desatoya ' 300 23 54.3 I 4.6776914 

Poston (Davies) 317 15 56.8 j 5.0516758 

Paradise 337 35 54.9 4.9691214 

Fairview 3494649.7 j 4.6063330 

FAIRVIEW PEAK, TOANO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 39 13' 22".4 ; longitude, 118" 08' 55". 4 ; altitude, 8,412.] 

Basalt 43 1053.3 4- 55 62 79 2 

Tarogqua 169 49 59.4 4.6063330 

Grant 20947 29.4 4.6056317 

Bunker Hill 267 40 53.6 4.9480266 

Birchim(s) 277 54 30. 4 4.7687535 

Back 982000.8 

Paradise 328 37 39.6 4.7351603 



GRANT PEAK. 
[Latitude, 39 32' i6".6; longitude, 117 54' 56". 2 ; altitude, 9,965.] 



Fairview 

Basalt 

Tarogqua 

Emigrant (5) 

Back .... 

Bunker Hill 

Old Woman (O. 

Back 

D esatoya. 



29 56 21.8 
36 15 10. o 
100 05 15. 3 
288 16 25. 3 
108 36 28. 3 
294 44 44. 5 
302 23 09.0 
122 44 01. 7 
3 2 4 31 58-9 



Paradise . I 354 21 



4.6056317 
4.8797241 
4. 4406293 
4. 6783302 



4- 8777077 
4- 7483433 



4- 3770196 
4.9128455 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

PARADISE PEAK. 

[Latitude, 38" 48' is".g; longitude, 117" 49' aa".?; altitude, 8,66j.] 



71 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Basalt . 


/ // 

in 02 52. I 


Meters. 
4- 7S359S 


Fairview 


148 49 57. 7 


4.7351603 


Tarogqua 


157 51 24. 8 


4. 9692214 


Grant ... .. 


174 24 56. 5 


4.9128455 


Birchim (5) .. .. 


218 08 u. 9 


4. 6864930 


Back 


38 21 17.8 




Cowles (5) ... 


219 41 58. 5 


4- 5569143 


Back 


W C.2 CO. 3 




Bunker Hill 


230 34 27. 7 


4. 8941430 









DESATOYA PEAK, DESATOYA RANGE. 
[Latitude, 39 ai' 46" .9; longitude, 117 45' i8".7i altitude, 9,9ai.] 



Basalt 


54 40 13.0 


4. 8572342 


Tarogqua 


1 20 42 04. 9 


4. 6776914 


Grant _ . . 


144 38 05. 9 


4. 3770196 


Prometheus (5) _ 


256 31 35.0 


4. 8007880 


Back 


76 58 49. I 




Geneva (5) 


270 23 22. 4 


4. 7707700 


Back 


90 49 25. 2 




Bunker Hill 


282 39 24. 9 


4. 7485431 


Old Woman (5) 


287 40 17. 2 


4. 5455710 


Birchim (5) 


314 36 35. 6 


4. 5303561 


Poston (or Oavies) 


329 09 10. 3 


4. 8375093 









BUNKER HILL, TOYABE RANGE. 
[Latitude, 39 15' oi".g; longitude, 117 07' j8".a ; altitude, 11,404.] 



Poston (or Davies) ., 


22 *6 22. Q 


4. 7045301 


Paradise 


51 oo 57. 6 


4. 8941430 


Birchim (5) .... 


69 42 10. i 


4. 5138162 


Back 


2^)9 ?8 11- 




Basalt 


75 53 32. 9 


5. 0687273 


Fairview 


88 19 52.3 


4. 9480266 


Old Woman 


Q4 4.Z m. 6 


4. 3280012 


Back 


274 36 31. 7 




Desatoya . . 


103 03 29. 8 


4. 7485431 


Tarogqua 


in 20 25. 3 


5.0102199 


Grant 


115 14 58. 7 


4. 8777077 


Emigrant (O 


126 05 oo. 4 


4. 4562528 


Back 


1OZ S4 48. 1 




Geneva (5) 


200 18 58. 8 


4. 1015638 


Back . 


20 20 54. 9 











72 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 

POSTON PEAK (DAVIES), TOYABE RANGE. 

[Latitude, 38 49' 48".4 ; longitude, 117 20' 56". o; altitude, 11,978.] 



Cory .' 


/ // 

77 15 53- i 
100 45 33. 7 

37 49 25. 7 
149 24 32. 5 
202 47 47. 3 


Meters. 
5. 1090454 
4. 9804536 

4- 8375093 
4- 7453l 


Basalt 


Tarogqua 


Desatoya . 


Bunker Hill 




ROSE PEAK, LAKE TAHOE GROUP, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 39 ao' 3o".3 ; longitude, 119 54' S4".o7 ; altitude, 10,820. | 


Pyramid Peak 


20 38 03. 7 
46 42 04. 5 
226 ^o 08. o 


4. 7720233 


Twin(5) . .. 


Back 


Needle (5) .. 


64 27 19. I 
244 12 45- 5 
93 Si 03.4 
102 oo 56. 7 
281 36 49. I 
114 04 51. I 
'33 37 S2.8 
140 06 25.4 
151 56 09.0 
154 10 38. 5 
334 02 02. 5 
158 57 04.4 
171 24 53. 7 
177 28 43. 6 
357 28 11.9 
202 59 27.3 
237 07 46. 7 
256 52 53. 9 
259 04 28. 3 
280 08 20. 3 
286 39 58.9 
296 21 ii. 6 
301 49 04. 7 
312 54 13.2 
133 ii 03. 8 

354 3 6 50- 7 
174 38 13.5 

358 22 21.9 


4. 5646618 


Back 


Castle (Stanford) 


4.5712746 
4. 7462964 


Tackson ( c.) 


Back 


Downieville . 


4.8363511 
5. 2694161 

4- 9753645 
5.0632623 
4. 6468675 


Lassens 


Ingalls 


Thompsons 


Summit (5) 


Back . " ;:: :::: 


Fredonyer 


5. 2046435 
5.0639617 
4. 432295 


Hot Springs 


Peavine(5) .. . 


Back... 


Tohakum 


5.0040609 
4. 8852059 
4. 6344267 
5. 1680897 
4- 3485643 
5- J27I399 
4- 3 2 37979 
4. 6558253 
4. 7204012 


Tutib 


Northeast Base Peak... 


Tarogqua 


Davidson 


Basalt... 


McClellan 


Lyon 


Como(5) 


Back 


Genoa(5) 


4. 5259692 


Back. 


Freels 


4. 7326242 




DOWNIEVILLE BUTTE (also called Sierra Butte), SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 39 35' 9 ".8 ; longitude, 120" 38' 39". 3 ; altitude, 8,541.] 


Lassens Butte (1878) 


143 52 54.0 

182 09 10.8 
185 51 27. 3 

2O7 10 22. O 

293 37 02.4 


5-09I5334 
4. 6488166 
4. 8723861 
4.9900172 
4.8363511 


Ingalls 


Thompsons 


Hot Springs . 


Rose 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE II Continued. 

TOHAKUM PEAK, VIRGINIA RANGE. 
[Latitude, 40 10' 40" .2 ; longitude, ng27' 07". 6; alti'ude, 8,174.] 



73 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Rose .... . . 


/ // 

23 17 13. 2 


Meter:. 
5. 0040609 


Ingalls 


78 45 21.8 


5.0089656 


Thompsons _ 


95 52 23.0 


4. 9744707 


Hot Springs 


in ii 17.2 


4. 7832612 


Fredonyer 


1 20 34 02. 4 


5.0502187 


Observation _ __. 


137 37 55.4 


4- 95335 


Granite 


181 34 39. 3 


4. 8322101 


Kumiva (7) 


212 56 29. I 


4.4772153 


Back 


33 03 56. 6 




Tutib 


334 14 35. 6 


4. 7562493 









INGALLS PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 39 59' 33"-3; longitude, 120 37' 28''.8; altitude, 8,472.] 



2 09 55.9 
126 34 40.7 



Downieville Butte 

Lassens Butte 

Fredonyer ! 181 49 17. 

Thompsons | 191 20 05.2 

Hot Springs ' 225 22 01. 2 

Tohakum 258 oo 03.5 

Rose . 319 39 '4-6 



4. 6488166 
4. 9670361 
4. 8868878 
4- 4803382 
4. 7808609 
5.0089656 
4- 9753645 



THOMPSONS PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 40 15' 34".! ; longitude, 120 33' i7".4 ; altitude, 7,752.] 



Downieville Butte ._ .. 


5 54 53. 9 


4. 8723861 




II 22 47. 2 


4. 4803382 


Lassens Butte 


107 42 53. I 


4.9261048 




175 50 01.8 


4. 6769337 


McDonald (5) - - 


189 10 28. 9 


4. 8837960 


Back 


9 16 08. 3 




Observation (5) 


209 44 22. 6 


4.8177507 


Back 


29 59 26.0 




Granite _ _ - 


237 56 12. o 


5.0492923 




250 59 43. 2 


4. 5929465 


Tohakum 


275 09 39. 6 


4. 9744707 


Rose 


331 21 34.6 


5. 0632623 









FREDONYER PEAK. 
[Latitude, 40 41' n".o; longitude, 120 35' 44".4 ; altitude, 7,995.] 





I 50 25.2 


4. 8868878 


Lassens Butte 


74 ii 37.9 


4.9026154 


South Fork _ 


183 12 38.8 


4.7160375 




194 58 38.0 


5.0256770 




2 54 57 34- 8 


4.5720771 




262 58 47. I 


4. 9961650 




299 49 34. 2 


5.0502187 




310 31 37.2 


4. 7266188 


Rose . 


338 30 48. 7 


5. 2046435 




355 48 26.3 


4- 6769337 









74 



AZIMUTH AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 

LASSENS BUTTE, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 40 29' 12". 4 ; longitude, 121 30' 09". 7 ; altitude, 10,437.) 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

Shasta (7) 158 38 25.3 5.0707407 

Back 33011 16.9 

South Fork 226 41 23.4 

Fredonyer 253 36 13.5 4.9026154 

Hot Springs 275 3944.0 5.0722346 

Tohakum 280 28 21.9 5.2493861 

Thompsons 287 06 02.7 4.9261048 

Ingalls 3060038.7 4.9670361 

Rose 312 3645.1 5.2694161 

Downieville Butte 323 1945.9 5-9 I 5334 

HOT SPRINGS PEAK. 
[Latitude, 40 22' 24". 8 ; longitude, 120 07' 07". 3 ; altitude, 7,692.] 

Downieville Butte .. 27 3037.7 4.9900172 

Ingalls 45 41 36.5 4.7808609 

Thompsons 71 1639.1 4.5929465 

Lassens Butte 96 33 35.2 5.0722346 

Fredonyer 13050 13.3 4.7266188 

Observation 174 34 31.3 4.0487130 

Granite 231 23 12.5 4.8715205 

Tohakum 290 45 25.8 4.7832612 

Tutib 311 3458.6 5.0396227 

Rose,... 351 1703.4 5.0639617 

OBSERVATION PEAK. 
[Latitude, 40" 46' 22". 2 ; longitude, 120 10' 06". 9 ; altitude, 8,009.] 

Thompsons 29 59 26.0 4.8177507 

Fredonyer 75 1418.1 4.5720771 

South Fork 142 09 38.1 4.7298456 

Granite 268 02 53.2 4.7949908 

Tohakum .. 317 10 01. 1 4.9530350 

Hot Springs.. . 3543234.5 4.6487130 

GRANITE PEAK, GRANITE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 40" 47' 22".6 ; longitude, 119 as' 47". 7; altitude,-8,99o.] 

Tohakum I 3531.1 4.8322101 

Hot Springs j 51 5005.5 4.8715205 

Thompsons 58 4003.4 5.0492923 

Fredonyer... 83 49 25.8 4.9961650 

Observation 8831 50.1 4.7949908 

McDonald (5) 101 43 50.9 4.9257069 

Back 281 05 22.6 ;. 

South Fork 113 23 53.9 5.0146480 

Eagle (5) _ 13031 54.7 4-9274031 

Hack 31001 40.3 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

GRANITE PEAK, GRANITE MOUNTAINS Continued. 
[Latitude, 40 47' 21". 6 ; longitude, 119 25' 47".? ; altitude, 8,990.] 



75 



To 



Warren 

Cedar 

Mahogany 

Division 

Piute (Pah-ute) 

Kumiva(7) 

Back .. 



Azimuth. Log. distance. 



'34 54 04. I 
142 37 32.6 
158 oo 16.5 
202 53 34. 3 
29 55 24-2 
341 20 27.7 
161 27 06. 2 



Meters. 

4- 9679687 
5.0603123 
4.4483821 
4- 5677476 
4- 7974174 
4.6543715 



SOUTH FORK PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 41 09' i4".3; longitude, no" 33' 39".; ; altitude, 7, 409.] 



Fredonyer.. ! 3 1400.7 4.7160375 

Lassens I 47 18 19.6 5.0359158 

Shasta(7) 102 1307.5 5.1448445 

Back 281 08 31.4 

Cedar 205 5241.4 4.7496515 

Warren 229 11 44.3 4.5804478 

Eagle (5) 244 49 42.9 4.5267365 

Back 65 04 04.8 

Granite 292 39 23.1 5.0146480 

Observation.. 3 21 54 I2 - I 4- 7 2 9 8 456 

I 

MAHOGANY PEAK, GRANITE RANGE. 

[Latitude, 41 01' a6".4 ; longitude, 119 33' i7".9 ; altitude, 8,363.] 

. | 

Warren. 1252923.4 4.8322659 

Cedar '37 41 5 2 - 2 4.9451702 

Sugarloaf 1614819.2 5.1738987 

Piute (Pah-ute) 235 47 50.8 ] 4.7032642 

Division 2520419.2 4.4175229 

Granite ._ 337 55 21.7 4-4483821 

DIVISION PEAK, GRANITE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 41 05' 46".! j longitude, 119 15' 3i".s ! altitude, 8,585.] 

Granite - 230018.1 4.5677476 

Mahogany .. 72 15 59' 4-4175229 

Warren 1113431-0 4-9352424 

Cedar 1242117.1 5-75777 

Sugarloaf '52 04 13.3 5.1808086 

Yellow Mesa (7) 1595204.8 4.9416407 

Warner.. - .1652636.4 5- '944989 

Piute (Pah-ute) 219 53 30.4 4.4220690 



76 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE II Continued. 

WARREN PEAK, WARNER MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 41 22' 38". 7 ; longitude, 120 12' 59".6 ; 9,668.) 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


South Fork 


/ // 

49 25 22. o 


Meter*. 
4. 5804478 


Cedar _ __ 


170 45 32.0 


4. 4156259 


Sugarloaf 


184 26 23. 9 


5.0115588 


Piute, or Pah-ute _ _____ _. 


276 04 03. 2 


4. 9900197 


Division 


290 56 38. 2 


4. Q"K2424 


Mahogany 


305 03 14. 7 


4. 8322659 


Granite _. 


314 23 03. I 


4. 9679688 


Eagle (O 


351 27 42. i 


4.0290143 









CEDAR PEAK, WARNER MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 41 36' 31" '.9; longitude, 120 16' oo".2 ; altitude, 8,308.) 



Fredonyer . _ 


15 ii 37.3 


5. 0256770 


South Fork 


26 04 21. 6 


4. 7496515 


Lolochewis 


159 01 37. 4 


4. 9191694 


Sugarloaf _ - 


1 88 57 21. 5 


4. 8900950 


Warner 


204 44 19. 3 


5. 0175099 


Beatties Butte (5) 


221 44 25. 2 


"!. 06480^4 


Back . . ....... 


42 22 06. I 




Yellow Mesa (5) 


244 45 2O. I 


4. 7720672 


Back 


65 II 07.0 




Piute, or Pah-ute _ 


289 32 03. 7 


5.0^17137 


Division 


iOl 41 IQ. 6 


^. 007^777 


Mahogany 


317 13 40. 5 


4. 9451702 


Granite . 


322 04 28. 3 


5. 0603123 


Warren 


350 43 12. 3 


4.4156259 









PIUTE (or PAH-UTE) PEAK. 
[Latitude, 41 16' 42". 8 ; longitude, 119 03' 23".! ; altitude, 8,618.] 



Granite _ 


30 10 07. o 


4. 7974174 


Division _ 


40 01 30. i 


4. 4220690 


Mahogany 


56 07 31. 9 


4. 7032642 


Warren _ _ 


96 50 OI. 2 


4. 9900198 


Cedar 


1 10 20 07. 6 


C. O3I7I V7 


Sugarloaf 


142 24 14. 2 


5- 1576370 


Yellow Mesa (7) 


142 51 36. 7 


4. 8902622 


Back 


322 29 08. 4 




Beatties Butte (5) 


169 41 10. 5 


S.OQ6686Q 


Back .. 


349 30 1 8. 2 





SUGARLOAF PEAK, WARNER MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 42 17' 57".6 ; longitude, 120 07' 12" 4 ; altitude, 8,416.] 


Warren 


4 3 '5-4 
9 03 14- 3 
9i '3 35-4 
240 31 28. 7 
321 41 42.3 
331 29 50.4 
341 25 46.6 


5.0115588 
4. 8900950 
4.6212609 
4. 5586785 

5- 1576370 
5. 1808086 

5- 1738987 


Cedar 


Lolochewis 


Warner . . 


Piute, or Pah-ute 


Division . 


Mahogany 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

LOLOCHEWIS PEAK, DREWS VALLEY MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 42 18' 22". 6 ; longitude, 130 37' 37".? ; altitude, 7,957.] 



77 



To 



Azimuth. 



Warner 256 39 54.9 

Su^arloaf 270 53 06.9 

Cedar 338 47 09.9 



Log. distance. 



WARNER PEAK. 
[Latitude, 42 27' 3i".6; longitude, 119 44' 13".!.] 



CASTLE PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
(Latitude, 39 ai' 48" .6 ; longitude, 120 20' 47". 30 ; altitude, 9,014.] 



PYRAMID PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 38 50' 32". 6 ; longitude, 120 09' 20". 6 ; altitude, 10,127.! 



Meters. 
4. 8764328 
4. 6212609 
4. 9191694 



Cedar .. ..... 


25 05 36. 3 


5.0175099 


Sugarloaf . _ 


60 46 58. 5 


4. 5586785 


Lolochewis 


77 IS f,<. l 


4. 8764328 


Division 


345 07 29. 3 


5. 1944989 









Jackson (5) . ... . 


117 24 26. 6 


4. 2922462 


Back 


297 16 42. 6 




Rose 


273 34 38. 5 


4. 5712746 


Freels .. .. . . .. 


325 1 8 48. 2 


4- 8 35 6 778 


Pyramid 


w? <;S 03. 4 


4. 77QO672 









Castle (Stanford, 1877) 


164 05 17. 8 


4. 7700672 


Needle (5) 


162 36 54. 7 


4. 6169682 


Back 


342 31 30. I 




Rose 


200 28 18. s 


A. 772O2H 


Lyon 


241 52 54. 6 


4. 8271064 


Freels 


266 22 42 7 


A 7CO6Q4.I 


Oreana, or Silver Lake 


267 ^Q O2. 7 


A 7707^4.7 


Cory 


284 03 25. o 


t;. 0801280 


Cary (5) 


295 24 24. 7 


4. 41QO1QI 


Back 


1 1 $ i< 08. 6 




Sweetwater 


301 08 10. 8 


4. 0^o6l T.O 


Stevens (5) . . 


308 5 2 39. 6 


4. 2939022 


Back 


128 IQ 1 6 o 




Highland 


311 14 t;8. Q 


4. 6851623 


Sonora . . .. . . 


320 oo 11.3 


4. 8516040 


Alpine (or Woods) 


325 51 36.8 


4, 3861024 


Mokelumne 


"ISO 47 2Q. 7 


4. ^"?8l 1OQ 









FREELS PEAK, LAKE TAHOE GROUP, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 38 51' i8".8 ; longitude, 119" 53' so".43; altitude, 10,849.] 



Alpine 


22 12 07. I 


4. 3664394 


Stevens (5) 


27 19 14. 8 


4. 1895171 


Back 


207 1 6 10. 6 











78 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 

FREELS, LAKE TAHOE GROUP, SIERRA NEVADA Continued. 
[Latitude, 38 51' i8".8; longitude, 110 53' 50". 4; altitude, 10,849.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ // 

86 32 25.0 


Meiers. 
4. 3506941 


Castle (Stanford, 1877) 


145 35 48. 2 


4. 8356778 


Rose ._ 


178 23 02.0 


4. 7326242 


Lyon 


230 47 49. i 


4. 6782465 


Como (O 


243 40 52. 3 


4.6152849 


Oreana - - 


268 35 32. 8 


4.5631568 


Cory 


288 03 26. 2 


5.0073250 


Sweetwater . 


311 51 14. 2 


4.8437164 


Highland _ 


340 06 21. 3 


4. 5688444 


Gary (O 


349 40 19. 5 


4. 1281240 









*ALPINE PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 38 39' 40". 5 ; longitude, 119 59' 53". 9 ; altitude, 10,426.] 



Mokelumne ._. 


30 20 09. 5 


4. 2079163 


Pyramid __ _ _ ._ 


145 57 30. 3 


4. 3861024 


Stevens (5) . 


192 09 19. 7 


3. 9010324 


Freels 


202 08 19. 6 


4. 3664394 


Lyon _ 


221 27 04. 7 


4. 8387763 


Gary (O 


233 20 14. 7 


4. 1443607 


Oreana, or Silver Lake 


243 37 25. 2 


4. 7040598 


Sweetwater 


292 19 39. 3 


4. 8176548 


Highland 


301 50 08. 5 


4.4014112 


Sonora 


317 04 06. 7 


4.6713715 









OREANA PEAK (or SILVER LAKE PEAK), PINE NUT RANGE. 
[Latitude, 38 51' 4s".2; longitude, 119 28' 33".8; altitude, 9,381.] 



Sonora 


13 33 32. 2 


4. 7662589 


Highland _. 


34 05 31. 3 


4. 6337256 


Mokelumne 


56 04 47.4 


4. 8108443 


Alpine (or Woods) 


63 57 02. 3 


4. 7040598 


Pyramid _ _. 


88 04 36.4 


4. 7707547 


Freels 


88 51 24.3 


4. 5631568 


Lvon 


181 oo 23.9 


4. 4659001 


Sweetwater _ . 


342 16 17. i 


4. 6980668 




\ 





MOKELUMNE PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 38 32' o8".s; longitude, 120 05' 30". 5; altitude, 9,385.] 



Pyramid . . 


170 49 52. 3 


4- 5381309 


Alpine (or Woods) 


210 16 39. 5 


4. 2079163 


Oreana, or Silver Lake 


235 41 41. 4 


4. 8108443 


Highland. . . . . 


268 42 22. 6 


4. 4708279 


Sonora 


296 55 34. 7 


4- 6533253 









"Called " Woods Peak," by Whitney, and "Round Top," by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 



U. S GEOGRAPHIC VL SURVEYS 
TABLE II Continued. 



79 



HIGHLAND PEAK, SILVER MOUNTAIN GROUP, SIERRA NEVADA. 

[Latitude, 38 32' a8".4 ; longitude, 119 45' og".i ; altitude, 10,956.] 



To- 



Azimuth. Log. distance. 



Meters. 

Mokelumne _.. ; 88 55 03.2 4.4708279 

Alpine 1 121 59 20.2 4.4014112 

Pyramid.. I 133 5004.7 4.6851623 

Freels ; I 160 II 46.9 I 4.5688444 

Lyon 1 20037 14.0 4.8412370 

Oreana, or Silver Lake 213 55 08.6 4.6337256 

Cory 267 49 52.2 4.9250431 

Sweetwater 286 3949.1 4.6135320 

McBride j 302 08 41. 7 5. 1627133 

Conness ! 329 10 31.7 4.8719881 

Sonora 1 333 32 47.7 | 4.3721006 

I j 

SONORA PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 

[Latitude, 38 ai' o^'.a ; longitude, 119 37' 57".s ; altitude, 11,479.] 

. 

Mokelumne 117 1242.5 4-6533253 

Alpine (or Woods) 137 1746.3 4.6713715 

Pyramid . 140 1944.8 4.8516040 

Highland ! 153 37 16.5 4.3721006 

Oreana 1 193 27 40.5 4.7662589 

Sweetwater ! 252 u 12.4 4.4816989 

SWEETWATER PEAK, SWEETWATER RANGE. 
[Latitude, 38" 26' 03". 3 ; longitude, 119 18' 07". a ; altitude, 11,778.] 

Sonora 72 23 31.7 4.4816989 

Highland 106 56 38.8 4.6135320 

Alpine (or Woods) 11245 4'-5 4.8176548 

Pyramid. 121 4008.7 4.9396130 

Freels _. 132 1332.6 4.8437164 

Oreana, or Silver Lake . 162 22 48.4 4.6980668 



CORY PEAK (called Mount Grant by U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey), WALKER 

RIVER RANGE. 
[Latitude, 38 33' 5 7 ". 4 ; longitude, n8 c 47' is"-9 ; altitude, 11,336.] 



Lyell Peak ..! 24 

Dana I 27 

Conness I 34 

Dunderberg, locally Castle (5).. 

Highland 88 

Pyramid 104 

Freels . 108 



Lyon 

Basalt . _ _ 
Poston . . . 
McBride . 
Morgan.. 



136 
2I 3 
256 

334 

357 



44 57-3 
02 30. 9 
58 32.6 
14 20. 8 
25 57-3 
54 43- 3 

45 4.4 
35 34-6 

20 25. 5 

21 54-5 
43 52. 5 
43 '7- i 



5. 0054302 
4. 9204222 
4. 9103091 

4. 9250430 
5. 0893289 
5. 0073250 
4- 9337768 
4- 7473460 

5. 1090454 
4. 9520255 
5-IH5334 



80 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 

McBRIDE PEAK, WHITE MOUNTAINS. 

[Latitude, 37 sc/oS^.o ; longitude, 118* 21' 12". 6; altitude, 13,415.] 



T - 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Morgan 


/ // 

34 43 37- 3 


Meters. 
4.7668811 


Lyell . 


82 30 25. 4 


4. 9103895 


Dana 


95 23 1 8. 9 


4. 8829661 


Conness 


99 50 54. 2 


4. 9347399 


Dunderberg (5) _ . .. _ _ .. . _ 


107 35 14. 6 


4. 9267679 


Highland 


123 oo 36. I 


5. 1627133 


Cory 


154 59 59. 3 


4. 9520255 


Basalt 


176 54 22. 5 


5. 1068251 


White Mountain 


338 30 04. 5 


4. 3873724 









WHITE MOUNTAIN PEAK, WHITE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 37 37' si".4 ; longitude, 118 15' of.g ; altitude, 14,245.] 



Morgan ! 5905 51.3 

Lyell ! 97 44 49.0 | 

Dana _ _! 109 25 46.7 j 

Conness lit 4933.8 

McBride _ 158 33 47.7 



4. 6925568 
4. 9566380 
4. 9546270 
5.0039572 
4- 



CONNESS PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 57' 51". 2 ; longitude, 119 19' o6".z ; altitude, 12,552.] 



Clarks _ _ 


17 30 o"i . 7 


4. 4983662 


Echo (5) 


24. O7 OO 1 


4. 2064240 


Clouds Rest (5) 


T.T. 4O 17. <; 


4. 4252077 


Devils ... 


vj ZT, 07. 8 


4. 7858911 


Hoffman 


51 22 42. 3 


4. 3292421 


Moccasin (5) 


78 1O ??. 2 


4. CCO"* ^^ 


Highland 


149 26 39. 7 


4.8719881 


Dunderbere fO .. 


2OO 51 O8. O 


4. 0649526 


Cory 


214. ^8 40. S 


4. 910309! 


McBride . 


27Q I S 2o. T, 


4. 9347399 


White Mountain . _ 


291 to 21. 3 


5.0039572 


Dana 


310 12 40. 7 


4. 0624314 


Morgan 


f2O O^ II. O 


4. 9094178 


Lyell.. 


350 to 17. i 


4. 4092379 









DANA PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 53' 49".2 ; longitude, 119 13' os".3 ; altitude, 13,043.] 



Lyell 


14 02 17. 3 


4. 2641566 


Conness . 


130 1 6 22. 5 


4.0624314 


Cory 


206 46 32. o 


4. 9204222 


McBride. . 


274 51 28. 2 


4. 8829661 


White Mountain 


288 50 17. I 


4. 9546270 


Morgan . . 


321 44 04. 2 


4. 8440172 









U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

LYELL PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 44' n".o; longitude, 119 i6'<>7".3; altitude, 13,104.) 



81 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Chiquito _ _ . 


o / // 
17 47 50. 3 


Meters. 
4- 6575584 


Merced (5) 


oq 27. 8 


4. 2010060 


Clarks 


71 03 17.6 


4. 1658304 


Clouds Rest (5) 


99 23 03. 8 


4. 2891099 


Hoffman 


no 37 51. q 


4. 3840797 


Echo (5) 


134 05 46. 2 


4. 183079 


Conness 


170 12 06.9 


4. 4092379 


Dana 


194 oo 25. 7 


4. 2641566 


Cory _ _ _ _ .__ 


204 27 07. 7 


5. 0054302 


McBride 


261 56 46. 7 


4. 9103895 


White Mountain Peak 


277 07 32.0 


4. 9566380 


Morgan . . 


307 46 1 1. 6 


4.7808090 









MORGAN PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 

[Latitude, 37 24' 07". 2 ; longi ude, 118 43' 46" .9 ; altitude, 13,791.] 



Chiquito 


84 29 14. 9 


4. 7919251 


Merced (51 ._ _. 


113 45 24. 9 


4.8051582 


Clarks ' ... 


117 56 55.4 


4.8419577 


Lyell 


128 05 54.8 


4. 7808090 


Conness _ 


140 24 47. 6 


4.9094178 


Dana 


142 01 58.4 


4. 8440172 


Cory . . . ._ -. _ 


177 45 25. 8 


5. 1115334 


McBride 


214 29 50. 7 


4.7668811 


White Mountain . . 


238 48 24. 5 


4. 6925568 



CHIQUITO PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 20' 46" .8; longitude, 119 25' 3i".8 ; altitude, 8,257.] 


Green 


79 34 10. 8 
80 07 42. i 
99 45 54- 2 
"5 54 54-9 
172 31 28.9 

179 57 3-7 
185 21 36. 7 
197 42 06.3 
264 03 54. 3 


4. 7058520 

4-3655189 
4. 8086853 

4- 53 2 7744 
4- 74S939 6 
4. 5856991 
4. 5028826 

4- 6575584 
4.7919251 


Deadwood _ . _ 


Schultz 


Devils . 


Hoffman _ _ 


Clarks 


Merced (5) 


Lyell _ ' .. 


Morgan 





CLARKS PEAK (also called "Gothic," or the Obelisk), MERCED GROUP, SIERRA 

NEVADA. 

[Latitude, 37 41' 36". 4; longitude, 119 25' 33".; altitude, 11,513.! 



Devils 


56 07 56.4 


4. 5215092 


Schultz 


66 28 35. o 


4. 8398363 


Moccasin (5) 


98 55 43. i 


4. 9043822 


Wade (5) 


119 02 39.0 


4.5617799 









1874 WH 6 



82 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE II Continued. 



CLARKS PEAK (also called "Gothic," or the Obelisk), MERCED GROUP, SIERRA 

NEVADA Continued. 

[Latitude, 37 41" 36". 4; longitude, 119 35' 33'' .o; altitude, JT.SIS.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Clouds Rest (5) 


/ // 

145 56 06. 4 


Meters. 
\. 0804878 


Castle Rock ...... . ... 


149 40 58. 8 


4- 85I632I 


Hoffman 


156 38 22. 8 


4 2602809 


Echo (5) . 


IQO 77 7Q. O 


4. IQ4I 77Q 


Conness ....... 


197 26 04. 5 


4. 4983662 


Lyell 


2^0 1:7 31 6 


A l6c;87O4 


Morgan 


297 31 28. i 


4. 8410^77 


Merced (5) 


33 : S 57' 


3- 8726642 


Chiquito 


359 57 3- 


4. ^8^6oqi 









HOFFMAN PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 50' 38". 5 ; longitude, 119 30' 28". 3; altitude, 10,747.] 



Devils .. 


29 59 04. I 


4. 6o<K76Q 


Schultz .. 


m 41 11. ? 


4. 8^4604.8 


Wades (5) .... 


92 14 oo. 6 


4. 3922018 


Back .. 


272 03 41. 8 




Conness 


271 15 47. 7 




Echo (5) 


277 72 5?. I 


4. 0082832 


Back 


86 58 26.4 




Lyell . 


2QQ 2O O4. 7 


4 784O7O7 


Clarks... , 


1t6 1$ 21. 


4. 2602809 


Chiquito 


352 28 28.0 


4. 7410^06 









DEVILS PEAK, SOUTH FORK GROUP, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 31' 34".!; longitude, 119 44' i6".8 ; alti'ude, 6,985.] 



Green _. ... 


37 13 48. I 
75 34 38.4 
120 44 38.0 
146 24 25. 5 

63 26 12. 2 

209 50 37. 6 

217 07 43. I 

235 5 3-6 
35 43 3'. i 
348 34 58. 9 


4- 5654480 
4. 5676560 
4. 7799268 


Schultz .. 


Moccasin (5) 


Pilot (7) . . 


Back 


Hoffman 


4. 6095769 
4.7858911 

4. 5327744 
4. 3882632 


Conness 


Clarks 


Chiquito 


Deadwood . 




DEADWOOD PEAK, SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37" 18' 36". 7 ; longitude, 119 41' oo".22 ; altitude, 4,451.] 


Green 


31 03 22. 6 

58 36 59- 7 
91 21 20. 8 
178 58 18. o 


4. 4408944 
4- 6357549 
4. 3882632 


Schultz 


Devils 


Chiquito ... 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II Continued. 

GREEN MOUNTAIN, FOOT-HILLS OF SIERRA NEVADA. 
[Latitude, 37 15' 43". 6 ; longitude, 119" 59' 19" .6; altitude, 1,353.] 



83 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Schultz 


/ // 

145 49 55. 9 


Meters. 
4. 3840386 


Devils 


217 04. vj. 8 


4. ^654480 


Deadwood 


2<i8 4<! 31. 4 


4. 4408944 


Chiquito 


259 13 41. 9 


4. 7058520 









SCHULTZ PEAK. 
[Latitude, 37 36' 33".! ; longitude, 130 08' 33"-9; altitude, 3,275.! 



Hoffman 


231 17 ?6. O 


4. 8546948 


Clarks 


246 02 22. 4 


4. 8398363 


Devils 


2(S 19 S2. 3 


4. 5676560 


Chiquito 


279 19 46. 7 


4. 8086853 


Deadwood .. . 


289 43 16.4 


4. 6357549 


Green 


325 44 30. 3 


4. 3840386 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 85 



TABLE III. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY TRIAN- 
GULATION STATIONS DEPENDING UPON THE OGDEN BASE, UTAH T 

1877. 

This base was measured in 1877, extending from the vicinity of North 
Ogdeu Village, along Main street in the city of Ogdeu, Utah, and its 
extremities permanently marked by iron rods incased in brick piers. It 
was measured four times, twice with a 20-foot wooden rod of special 
construction and twice with a 50-foot Stackpole compensated steel tape. 
The mean of the four determinations is 23,209.007 feet (about 4.395 
miles), the direction being about N. 1 1' E. (see annual report 1878, p. 
15). 

Length in meters reduced to sea-level is given in the following tables. 

The extremities of the base were connected by triangulation with the 
dome of the Ogdeu Observatory, the co-ordinates adopted for it being 
latitude 41 13' 08."56, longitude, 111 59' 54".47, the center of the 
dome being O."17 east of the east pier of the transit-room, the astronom- 
ical co-ordinates of which are deduced in Vol. II, Quarto Eeports of the 
office, pp. 7-55. 

Cpon the Ogden base depends all the triangulation of Southern Idaho 
and Northern Utah, the principal elements of which are given in the 
following pages. 

This triangulation extends approximately from latitude 39 40' to 43 
30', and from longitude 111 00' to 114 00' west from Greenwich. It 
has not been connected with any of the other astronomical determina- 
tions by this office. 

M. M. M. 

ENGINEER OFFICE 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 87 



ALPHABETICAL LIST. 

IDAHO. 

Page. 

Bannock Peak 92 

Big Butte 92 

Black Pine Peak 90 

Cache Peak 91 

Deep Creek Peak 92 

Elkhoru (northern point) Peak 91 

Elkhorn (southern point) Peak 91 

MeadesPeak 92 

Pillar Butte - 93 

Pisgah (Caribou) Peak 93 

Putnam Peak 92 

NEVADA. 

Pilot Knob 96 

. UTAH. 

Antelope Island Peak 94 

Blue Springs Peak 90 

Clear Creek Peak 95 

Desert Peak 96 

Grant Peak 89 

Naomi Peak 90 

Newfoundland Peak 95 

North Base, Ogden 89 

Observatory Peak 94 

Ogdeu Observatory Dome 89 

Ogden Peak 93 

Promontory (or Benado) Peak 94 

South Base, Ogden 89 

Stausbury Island Peak 90 

Tangent Peak 95 

WYOMING. 

Medicine Butte 94 



U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE III. 

OGDEN OBSERVATORY DOME. 
[Latitude, 41 i3'o8".56; longitude, 111 59' 54" .64; altitude, top of pier, 4,374.] 



89 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Antelope Island 


o / // 
33 06 12. o 


Meters. 
4. 5333586 


Promontory . _ _ 


125 05 13.4 


4. 7197419 


Ogden (formerly North Ogden) 


190 02 54. 7 


4. 2087428 


North Base 


203 01 16.4 


3. 7295424 


Observatory Peak ._ 


283 IO 03. 2 


3. 9861495 


South Base . 


317 13 54. 3 


3. 4635227 


Barton (5) 


321 53 41. 9 


4. 289168' 


Back 


141 59 20. 5 




Twin Peaks (west) .(7) _ 


341 42 35. i 


4.8625211 


Back ___________ 


161 <n 12. o 





NORTH BASE, OGDEN, UTAH. 
[Latitude, 41" 15' tf".te ; longitude, 111 58' 24"-33 ; altitude, 4,300.] 



South Base 


I 01 05.9 


3. 8495994 


Observatory Dome 


23 02 15. 8 


3. 7295424 


Antelope Island Peak 


31 45 19. 6 


4. 5959426 


Promontory __.. 


119 16 04. 3 


4. 7126123 


Ogden Peak (formerly North Ogden) 


183 47 06. 4 


4. 0417693 


Observatory Peak 


314 15 58. 7 


4.0102123 









SOUTH BASE, OGDEN, UTAH. 
[Latitude, 41 n' 5".36; longitude, 111 58' ig".i3; altitude, 4,3-] 





37 56 19.3 


4- S 2 57768 




125 44 II. o 


4. 7426887 


Observatory Dome - - _ 


137 14 50. I 


3.4635227 


North Base 


181 01 02.3 


3. 8495994 


Ogden Peak . 


182 42 07.0 


4- 2 57!37 2 


Observatory Peak _ __ 


270 34 09. o 


3. 8725924 









GRANT PEAK. 
[Latitude, 40 27' 31". 5; longitude, 112 37' 49". o.] 



Tangent . _ _ -- 


158 03 22.8 


5.0881282 


Stansbury Island Peak . ._ 


194 oo 45. 9 


4. 6467210 


Antelope Island Peak 


211 43 06.4 


4.8174641 









90 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE III Continued. 

STANSBURY ISLAND PEAK, IN GREAT SALT LAKE. 
[Latitude, 40 50' 45". 82 ; longitude, 112 30' ID".?.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Grant 


/ // 

14 05 44. 5 

141 24 47.8 
241 41 43. 1 


Meters. 
4. 6467210 

4- 9563554 
4.4321919 


Tangent 


Antelope Island . 




BLUE SPRINGS PEAK (NORTH PROMONTORY), PROMONTORY RANGE. 
[Latitude, 41" 47' 36" .0; longitude, 112 32' S4".4; altitude, 7,131.] 


Tangent 


56 43 27. 31 
83 47 55-44 
115 31 18.44 
127 20 19.04 

196 3 53-24 
314 19 07.89 

354 54 44- 54 


4.7988251 
5.0010109 
5.0095291 

4- 77743>8 
4.7959421 
4.8341416 
4. 5300203 


Clear Creek . 


Cache 


Black Pine 


Elkhorn (south point) 


North Ogden 


Promontory 





NAOMI PEAK, BEAR RIVER RANGE. 
[Latitude, 41 54' 38".9; longitude, 111 40' 46". 3; altitude, 9,951.] 



Observatory Peak (Ogden). 


12 21 4S. T. 


4. QO788<;8 


North Ogden 


21 24. \\ O 


A 8IC%948 


Logan (Box Elder) (5). 


42 44 24. 8 




Back . . 


222 TO SI. 5 




Tangent _. 


60 77 OI 7, 


e I2^7c;8d. 


Elkhorn (north point) _ . 


131 13 34. 5 


4. 8544983 


South Putnam (not final) 


161 37 50. 2 


5- 0694142 


Sedgwick (not final) 


163 ii 01. 7 




Sherman (not final) 


l8q 44 IO. S 


4 704.84.62 


Meades (not final) 


208 27 10. 3 


4. 8677418 









BLACK PINE PEAK (i). 
[Latitude, 42 07' o8".s ; longitude, 113 of 27" .9 ; altitude, 9,386.] 



Tangent . 


1 ^8 20. i 


4 8^144^8 


Cache . _ 


OO 2$ IO I 


4 6? 1*0081 


Big Butte 


183 10 47 Q 


5 1521620 


Badger . 


18"; ^7 20. 4 


4. 6824.O2H 


Back... 






Cedar 


1 88 20 E;C Q 




Bannock 


212 ii 04 3 




Back _ 


^2 27 4.4 8 




Putnam 


2IQ 17 16 Z 


c o8^Q2^I 


Deep Creek 


224 tO 4.4 




Back 


44. 1$ iS 4 




Elkhorn 


24Q 46 1 1. 7 


4 8421161 


Blue Spring Peak 


306 57 12 8 




North Ogden . _ 


310 40 i 8 o 


e 1060^80 


Promontory 


T.2T. 46 13. O 


4 0^68084 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE IllContinued. 

CACHE PEAK, RAFT RIVER RANGE 
[Latitude, 42 n' 04".! ; longitude, 113' 39' 54". 8; altitude, 10,451.! 



91 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




o / // 
6 56 17.7 


Meiers.. 
4. 7432236 


Big Butte -- -- -- 


200 59 51.6 


5. 1590841 


Pillar Butte 


205 08 32. 8 


4- 9333 6 3 


Putnam - 


234 43 13.0 


5. 1746577 




230 17 27.4 


4. 8052220 


Back 


50 41 38. 6 




Cedar . 


239 35 22.0 


4. 7616004 


Back 


59 59 49. 7 






239 04 20. 7 


4.9599116 


Deep Creek .. - 


248 41 11.4 


4. 9478375 


Elkhorn (south point) _. 


261 01 58.0 


5.0459216 


Black Pine .._.. --- 


279 03 23. 6 


4. 6559083 




294 46 28. 8 


5.0095291 


North Ogden 


302 17 06. 9 


5. 2260258 


Promontory - - 


308 29 36. 6 


5. 0898373 









ELKHORN PEAK (NORTHERN POINT). 
[Latitude, 42 20' oo".s; longitude, 112 19' 56" .6.] 



Promontory. 

Tangent 

Putnam . 



9 06 53. I 

36 49 37- 5 
1905801.2 

Naomi. ~_"_"~_\~.~_~.~. i 3' 47 18.2 

Ogden 34404II-2 

Box Elder (or Logan) (5) 341 2208.0 

Back 161 3443-5 

Oxford (5) ! 290 34 52.6 

Back ' 11044 12.0 

Sedgwick (5) 238 44 09. 9 

Back ! 59 oo 35-7 

Sherman (5) ; 257 01 16.5 

Back 77 32 55-5 



4- 9773488 
5.0714104 
4. 8457221 

4- 8544983 
5.0488598 
4. 9128013 



4. 3087692 

4.5912997 

"4. 8189895 



ELKHORN PEAK (SOUTHERN POINT). 
[Latitude, 42 19' 57". 8; longitude, 112 19' 58". 2.] 



Promontory -. 


9 06 00.4 


4. 9769869 




16 39 33. 3 


4. 7959421 




36 50 04. I 


5.0711115 


Black Pine , 


70 18 08. 8 


4.8421161 


Cache 


81 55 43.6 


5.0459216 




'33 59 IO -3 


4- 6358587 




190 58 01. 2 


4. 8457222 


Otrden 


344 02 28. 8 


5.0492610 


Deep Creek -- 


119 38 32.6 


4. 4913227 









92 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE III Continued. 

BANNOCK PEAK. 
[Latitude, 42 36' 08". 8; longitude, 112 42' 4s".o; altitude, 8,359-j 



To 



Azimuth. Log. distance. 



Meters. 

Black Pine 32 27 44.8 4.8030504 

Cedar Creek 5849 17.8 4.5240654 

Cache 59 42 54.5 4.9599116 

Pillar Butte 127 01 54. 2 4. 7150914 

BigButte 163 49 55.3 4.9624460 

Putnam 228 37 40.8 4.7708025 

Elkhorn 3134348.8 4.6358587 

BIG BUTTE. 
[Latitude, 43 23' 41". 2 ; longitude, 113 01' 38" .o ; altitude, 7,659.] 

Black Pine 3 1445.5 5.1521620 

Pillar 15 2403.8 4.7709609 

Cache 21 25 51.9 5.1590841 

Putnam_. 3045409.9 4.9311758 

Bannook... 343 37 01.3 4.9624460 

DEEP CREEK PEAK. 
[Latitude, 42 28' 13" i ; longitude, 112 39' 37".? ; altitude, 8,8i8.1 

BlackPine 4435 38.4 4-7375277 

Cache 6921 47.1 4. 94x8375 

Cedar 85 27 42.1 4.5176717 

Badger(5) 10501 21.9 4.5386744 

Bannock. 163 5631.7 4.1840306 

Putnam 21645 2 5- 7 4-8257988 

Sedgwick 265 02 26.6 4.7812665 

Elkhorn (south point) 29925 17.2 4.4913227 

Blue Spring (north promontory) 352 56 27.9 4.8794100 

MEADES PEAK. 
[Latitude, 42 29' 4i".4 ; longitude, m 15' io". 7 ; altitude, 10,541.] 

Naomi (not final) 2844 27.1 4.8677408 

Oxford (not final) 7037 29.2 4-8708394 

Elkhorn (not final) 79 02 08.3 4.9575013 

Sherman 82 1937.5 4.3962902 

Sedgwick 92 33 27.3 4-7442857 

Putnam 124 24 21.2 4.9572598 

Ksgah--. - 1753455-3 4-8236924 

PUTNAM PEAK, PORT NEUF BANGE. 
[Latitude, 42 57' 08". o : longitude, 112 10' 09". 8 ; altitude, 8,905.] 

j 

Elkhorn (northern point) . 110439.8 4.8457221 

Deep Creek (5) 3705 24.9 4.8257988 

BlackPine 4O 36 40.9 5.0839251 



U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE III Continued. 

PUTNAM PEAK, PORT NEUF RANGE Continued. 
[Latitude, 42" 57' 08" .o; longitude, 112 10' 09". 8 ; altitude, 8,905.] 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Meters. 

Bannock (5) 485947.4 4.7708025 

Back 228 37 40.8 

Cache - 55435.o 5.1746577 

Pillar 85 1231.8 4.9347186 

Big Butte 125 2922.9 4.9311758 

Pisgah 257 02 37.6 4.8529898 

Meades : 303 47 02.9 4.9572598 

Sherman 316 48 38.8 4.8695110 

Sedgwick 337 45 03.7 4.7196637 

PILLAR BUTTE. 
[Latitude, 42 52' 57". 7; longitude, 113 13' 08". 7 ; altitude, 5,301.] 

Cache 25 2638.6 4-933363 

Big Butte 195 16 11.5 4.7709609 

Putnam 264 29 38.5 4.9347186 

Bannock 30641 15.1 4.7150914 

PISGAH (CARIBOU) PEAK. 
[Latitude, 43 05' 34". 5 ; longitude, in 18' 57". 7 ; altitude, 9,695.] 

Sherman 15 3644.2 4.8600265 

Sedgwick 3808 26.8 4.9105587 

Putnam 77 37 33.6 4.8529898 

Meades 355 32 21.1 4.8236924 

OGDEN PEAK (FORMERLY NORTH OGDEN), WAHSATCH RANGE. 

[Latitude, 41 21' 44". 8 ; longitude, 111 57' 53".! ; altitude, 9,696.] 

South Base 2 42 31. 2 I 4. 2571372 

North Base 347 27.1 ( 4.0417693 

Ogden Observatory Dome ' 1004 14.9 4.2087428 

Antelope I 2545 55.9 4.6940295 

Tangent 97 46 43.2 5.0098430 

Clear Creek 104 19 37.2 5.1846553 

Promontory 107 17 57.1 4.6803459 

Cache 1232505.4 5.2260758 

Black Pine 131 2637.6 5.1669389 

Blue Springs (north promontory) . 13442 22.4 4.8341416 

Box Elder or Logan (5) 171 3309.4 4.4856974 

Back 351 31 00.7 

Elkhorn (south point) 164 17 12.9 5.0492610 

Elkhorn (north point) 164 1854.2 5.0488598 

Naomi .... 201 1309.7 4-8i5373S 

Observatory Peak 339 59 27.4 4.2854896 

Twin Peaks (west) (7) 346 46 06.2 4.9416924 

Back 16655 2 4-4 -- 



94 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE III Continued. 

OBSERVATORY (FORMERLY OGDEN) PEAK, WAHSATCH RANGE. 

[Latitude, 41 n' 56". 8 ; longitude, ni 53' 09". 6; altitude, 9,589.] 



TO- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Antelope Island Peak 


o / // 
4.6 ^O 1Z. 2 


Meters. 


South Base 


QO 17 1Q. 8 


1 872^024. 


Observatory Dome 


IO3 14. 20 O 




Tangent 


106 11 01. 7 


c CKI'COOA 


Promontory 


121 47 34. 4 


4, 78OI7OO 


North Base 


I 1A IQ 26 I 




North Ogden 


1 60 O2 34. 4. 


4. 28^4.806 


Naomi 


IQ2 11 12. 2 


4. o.o788<;8 


Medicine Butte 


2C7 CC 4.6 2 




South Meridian Hill (5). 


266 1% 2O 4. 


4 8818817 


Back .!: 


87 II 21. 7 




Porcupine (5) 


287 01 17. 3 


4,. 82Q2O73 


Back 


IO7 31 11 8 




Twin Peaks (west) (7) 


34.8 4.3 so. 2 




Back 


168 50 02. o 











MEDICINE BUTTE. 
[Latitude, 41" 21' 04".! ; longitude, no 55' 02". 3.] 



Twin Peaks (west) 


39 2 3 53- 6 

2l8 51 59. 2 

78 34 06. 8 


5.03210068 


Back 


Observatory Peak 


4.9185015 




ANTELOPE ISLAND PEAK, GREAT SALT LAKE. 
[Latitude, 40" 57' 4o".4; longitude, 112 13' 13".! ; altitude, 6,660.] 


Grant Peak 


3' 59 9- 7 
125 59 22.5 

157 24 36.4 
205 35 5i-o 
2 35 35-9 
212 57 27.8 
217 46 39.6 
226 37 25.0 
246 25 oi.o 
66 39 22. 2 
314 12 04.2 
134 31 20.4 


4. 8174641 
4.9952651 
4. 8032445 . 
4. 6940295 
4- 5935426 
4- 5333586 
4- 5257768 
4. 5859244 
4. 5239582 


Tangent 


Promontory . 


North Ogden 


North Base. 


Observatory Dome 


South Base 


Observatory Peak 


Barton (5) 


Back 


Twin Peaks (west point) (7) 


4. 7638398 


Back 






PROMONTORY PEAK (ALSO BENADA), PROMONTORY RANGE. 
[Latitude, 41 29' 21". 8 ; longitude, 113 30' 44". 9 ; altitude, 7,460.] 


Tangent .. 


89 '3 37-4 
1 02 36 42.0 
129 15 44. 7 
144 10 41.5 
174 56 10. 6 


4. 7452160 
5.0219326 

5- 0898373 
4. 9368085 
4. 5300204 


Clear Creek ... 


Cache .__ 


Black Pine 


Blue Springs 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE III Continued. 



95 



PROMONTORY PEAK (ALSO BENADA), PROMONTORY RANGE Continued. 
[Latitude, 41 29' 21". 8; longitude, 112 30' 44". 9; altitude, 7,460.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Elkhorn (southern point) 


/ // 

188 58 48.4 


Meters. 
4. 9769869 


Elkhorn ( northern point) . 


188 59 40. I 


4- 9773488 


Logan (Box Elder) (5) 


248 24 1 8. 2 


4. 6458392 


Back . .... 


68 43 57. 5 




North Ogden 


286 56 12. 5 


4. 6803459 


North Base 


298 54 41. 6 


4. 7126123 


Ogden Peak (Observatory I'eak). . 


301 22 44. 6 


4. 7891700 


Observatory Dome 


304 44 50. 8 


4. 7197419 


South Base _ 


305 22 52. 6 


4. 7426887 


Twin Peaks (west) (7) 


326 08 45. o 


5.0760657 


Back 


146 39 38. 7 




Antelope -Island Peak _. _. 


337 13 02. 6 


4. 8032445 









TANGENT PEAK. 
[Latitude, 41 28' 50" .6; longitude, 113 10' 42". 2.] 



Newfoundland __ 


26 20 42. 4 


4. 5634607 


Desert 


41 25 26. 2 


4. 8935024 


Pilot Knob 


56 13 46. o 


4. 9605333 


Clear Creek -_ 


Il6 19 06.6 


4. 7215642 


Black Pine 


183 36 10. 9 


4.8514458 


Elkhorn (northern point) 


216 15 43. 2 


5.0714104 


Elkhorn (southern point) . . 


216 16 10.9 


5.0711115 


Blue Springs 


236 1 8 20. 5 


4. 7988251 


Naomi . 


248 33 21. 7 


5. 1257584 


North Ogden 


276 58 32. 5 


5.0098430 


Promontory 


268 47 09. 3 


4. 7452160 


Observatory _ 


285 41 50. 5 


5.0515004 


Antelope Island Peak 


305 21 29.0 


4. 9952651 


Stansbury Island Peak 


320 58 07. 3 


4. 9563556 


Grant 


337 41 49.0 


5.0881282 









CLEAR CREEK PEAK, RAFT RIVER RANGE. 
(Latitude, 41 41' 22".s; longitude, 113" 44' 44" .o; altitude, 9,132.] 



Pilot Knob . 




20 47 30. 7 
186 53 04.4 
263 oo 06. 2 
281 47 35- 3 
283 08 46. 8 
295 56 31.4 
330 44 42. 6 
362 48 34. 7 


4. 9002062 
4. 7432236 
5.0010109 
5.0219326 

5- 1846553 
4.7215642 
4.8070136 
4. 9146336 


Cache . 




Blue Springs (north 
Promontory 


promontory) _ 




Ogden (formerly Nc 
Tangent 


rth Ogden) _ 




Newfoundland 




Desert 









NEWFOUNDLAND PEAK, DESERT RANGE. 
[Latitude, 41 n' 06". 7; longitude, 113 22' 19". 2; altitude, 



Desert 


53 48 15.8 


4. 6430427 


Pilot Knob 


73 7 3- 4 


4.7945511 


Clear Creek . 


150 59 32.5 


4.8070136 


Tangent 


206 13 02. I 


4. 5634607 









AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE III Continued. 

DESERT PEAK, DESERT RANGE. 

[Latitude, 40 57' 02". 4 ; longitude, 113 47' 36". 2 ; altitude, 8,175.] 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Pilot Knob 


o / // 

i7 45 39- 3 
182 46 41.0 

221 OI 07.4 

233 3 1 39-2 


Meters. 
4. 4047847 
4. 9146336 
4. 8935024 
4. 6430427 


Clear Creek 


Tangent 


Newfoundland 




PILOT KNOB, GOSIUTE RANGE. 
[Latitude, 41" 01' iz".a; longitude, 114" 04' s'"-5; altitude, 10,758.] 


Clear Creek 


200 34 12. 8 
235 38 03. 5 
252 39 65. 5 
287 34 20. 2 


4. 9002062 
4- 9605333 
4-79455" 
4. 4047847 


Tangent 


Newfoundland 


Desert . 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 97 



TABLE IV. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY TRIAN- 
GULATION STATIONS SOUTH OF SANTA FE, N. MEX., DEPENDING 

UPON THE LINE TAYLOR-PLACER. 1877-'78. 

The New Mexico triangulation south of Santa Fe, executed during 
the field seasons of 1877-'78, depends upon the position and azimuth of 
the line Taylor Placer, which, as herein given, depends upon the astro- 
nomical determination at Santa Fe San Mateo Peak was separately 
determined from the Fort Bayard base, as shown under that heading. 
No adjustment was made between the two systems of triangulation, the 
connection between them not having been entirely completed. The 
points in each system are therefore affected with the station-error of 
their respective astronomical initial points. 

M. M. M. 

ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
1874 WH 7 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 99 



ALPHABETICAL, LIST. 

NEW MEXICO. 

Page. 

CapUan Peak 105 

Cerro Colorado 104 

Cerro Tecolote 103 

Fra Cristobal Peak 104 

Ladrones Peak 102 

Magdalena Peak 102 

Mauzano Peak 103 

Mosca Peak 101 

Mount Taylor 101 

NogalPeak 105 

Osha Peak 102 

Pedernal Peak 101 

Placer Peak 101 

Rattlesnake Hill 102 

Salinas Peak 104 

San MateoPeak 103 

Sierra Blanca Peak (of New Mexico) 103 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE IV. 

PLACER PEAK, PLACER MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 35 20' 03". 4 ; longitude, 106 10' 36".o ; altitude, 8,965.] 



101 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Mosca 


/ // 

20 08 06. 5 


Meters. 
4. 7916872 


Magdalena 


32 18 32.4 


5. 2452435 


Ladrones . _ 


40 ii 25. 3 


5. 1149147 




85 44 01. 2 


5. 1182183 


Pedernal . . 


318 28 04.5 


4. 8602216 



MOUNT TAYLOR, SAN MATEO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 35 14' is".6 ; longitude, 107 36' 54". 8 ; altitude, 11,391.) 



Placer .- _- 


264 54 09. 6 


5. 1182183 


Pedernal . 


283 07 51.9 


5. 2658206 


Mosca . 


292 58 21.2 


5.0784640 


Osha - - 


301 39 25. I 


5. 1003384 


Ladrones _ 


331 36 58. 2 


5.0053693 


Magdalena 


344 17 40.0 


5. 1574674 









MOSCA PEAK, MANZANO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 34 48' 36". 5; longitude, 106 24' 34". 5; altitude, 9,723.] 



Osha 9 39 35-7 

Magdalena --- 38 37 41.7 

Ladrones___ ., 562700.2 

Taylor 113 39 5^-3 

Placer 200 oo 04.7 

Pedernal 266 41 01.7 

Rattlesnake Hill 296 31 19.4 

Sierra Blanca .. ; 34 5 33-7 






4. 2923698 
5.0649042 
4. 8762324 
5. 0784640 
4. 7916872 
4. 8418084 

4- 7753947 
5. 2265972 



PEDERNAL PEAK. 
[Latitude, 34 50' 38".s; longitude, 105" 39' O4".2; altitude, 7,580.] 





5 21 09.0 


5. 2142819 


Rattlesnake Hill 


28 01 06. I 


4.5387165 




56 41 36. 2 


5. 2319006 




69 14 12.4 


4. 8960614 




71 23 09.8 


5- 1451211 


Osha - 


72 37 01.3 


4. 8825486 




87 07 oo. 9 


4. 8418084 


Taylor 


104 15 31.9 


5. 2658206 


Placer 


138 46 12. o 


4. 8602216 









102 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE IV Continued. 

MAGDALENA PEAK, MAGDALENA MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 33 59' a3".2 ; longitude, 107 n' 39".! ; altitude, 10,798.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


San Mateo 


/ // 

25 f6 33. 7 


Meters. 

A.. 72Q73I4 


Mount Taylor 


164 32 01 I 


C TC7A674 


Ladrones 


IQO 50 58. o 


4 7OOO2.7Q 


Placer.. _ 


211 43 48. 9 


5. 24.52475 


Mosca 


218 ii 05 8 


c o6d.OO42 


Osha 


223 3Q 56. 3 


4 QQ748O3 


Manzano 


225 29 II. 2 


4. 078088-? 


Pedernal . 


235 49 16. 3 


5. 2310006 


Rattlesnake Hill . ___ 


242 34 04. 5 


5. 1498822 


Cerro Tecolote 


26^ 34 51.4. 


5. 1421078 


Cerro Colorado 


289 1 6 02. i 


4. 6837603 


Sierra Blanca 


^07 A A -1O I 


5. 1612070 









LADRONES PEAK, LADRONES MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 34 26' oi".o ; longitude, 107 05' 29". 5 ; altitude, 9,214.] 



Magdalena . 


10 54 25. 8 


4. 7000279 


San Mateo 


18 22 06 9 


5 0127166 


Taylor 


151 54 55. I 


5. OO536Q3 


Placer 


219 40 01 6 




Mosca _ _ _ _ 


236 O3 45 3 


4 8762324 


Osha 


240 O5 OQ. 5 


4. 8021612 


Manzano 


257 2O 24 3 


4. 785Q5OO 


Pedernal 


25O 34 O2. 3 


5. 145121 1 


Rattlesnake Hill 


262 1 6 36. 6 


5.0681028 


Cerro Tecolote 


286 42 i 6 7 


5 1287260 


Sierra Blanca 


314 31 55.4. 


5 221 6644 


Cerro Colorado 


331 O2 27. 7 


4. 8722063 









OSHA PEAK, MANZANO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 34 38' o9". 3 ; longitude, 106 26' 4 3 ".6 ; altitude, 10,023.] 



Manzano . . 


8 I S 24 6 




Magdalena . 


44 CK I 5 8 




Ladrones 


69 27 08. i 


4, 8o2l6l2 


Taylor . 


122 19 36 8 




Mosca 


189 38 22. 2 


4 2Q236Q8 


Pedernal . _ 


252 OO KI. 


4. 8821:486 


Rattlesnake Hill _ . 


277 IQ 14 O 


4 7566643 








RATTLESNAKE HILL, ANIMAS 
[Latitude, 34 34' 07".s ; longitude, 105 49' 4i".4 ; 


HILLS. 

altitude, 6,617.] 




Magdalena 


63 2O 13 4 


5 14988^2 


Ladrones 


82 ?q -12. 8 


5 0681028 


Manzano 


Q2 3O 17. 3 


4. 75QO742 


Osha 


Q7 4O 15 Q 


47566643 


Mosca 


1 16 51 10. 9 


4 7753047 


Pedernal . 


2O7 55 O3. 7 


4. 5387165 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE IV Continued. 

MANZANO PEAK, MANZANO MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 34 35' 23". a ; longitude, 106 27' 12". 19 ; altitude, 10,086.] 



103 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Colorado - 


o / // 
15 32 40. 5 


Meters. 
4. 9329640 


San Mateo . . 


38 38 53.0 


5. 1667791 


Magdalena 


45 U 17.4 


4. 0780883 


I .ndrones 


73 42 05. 6 


4. 7859500 


Osha 


188 15 08.0 


3. 7135929 


Peclernal 


248 46 39. 3 


4. 8960614 


Rattlesnake Hill 


272 08 59. 6 


4. 7590742 


Cerro Tecolote 


W8 ?q OS. Q 


4. 9541816 


Sierra Blanca 


336 12 27. 5 


5. 1680014 









CERRO TECOLOTE. 
[Latitude, 34 04' 37" .2; longitude, 105 41' 44". 2 ; altitude, 7,254.] 



Sierra Blanca . . 


8 07 02. 4 


4. 8966034 


Nogal 


9 22 41. 7 


4. 8145532 


Salinas . 


42 18 23. I 


5. 0662442 


San Mateo 


70 40 oo. 6 


5. 2348846 


Cerro Colorado 


74 49 14. 7 


4. 9843806 


Magdalena 


86 25 10. 8 


5. 1421078 


Ladrones 


107 29 25.4 


5. 1287260 


Manzano 


129 24 44. 9 


4. 9541816 


Capitan . 


323 55 03. 9 


4. 8242349 









SAN MATEO PEAK, SAN MATEO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 33' 07". 3 ; longitude, 107 36' 04" .9 ; altitude, 10,209.] 



Ladrones 


198 10 23. 6 


5. 0127166 


Magdalena 


205 08 19. 9 


4- 7 2 973!4 


Manzano _ 


218 05 41.4 


5. 1667791 


Cerro Colorado . ._ . 


244 24 35. 7 


4. 8799765 


Cerro Tecolote 


249 41 43. 7 


5. 2348846 


Sierra Blanea _ . 


277 oo 51. 9 


5. 1829988 


Salinas . _....- 


287 19 18. o 


4- 947593 r 


Fra Cristobal 


294 54 oo. 7 


4. 5180002 









SIERRA BLANCA PEAK, SIERRA BLANCA RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 22' 2 4 ". 3 ; longitude, 105" 48' 54" .9 ; altitude, 11,892.) 



Orean (7} 


31 54 49. 6 


5. 1273616 


Back 


211 30 18. 7 




Salinas _ _. 


83 03 oo. 9 


4. 8309648 


Fra Cristobal . 


93 07 47. 2 


5. 0844309 


San Mateo _ _ 


97 54 39- 2 


5. 1829988 


Magdalena 


118 30 42.3 


5. 1612979 


Cerro Colorado . _ 


122 41 59. 5 


4. 9889390 


Ladrones 


135 14 38. 5 


5.2216644 









104 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE IV Continued. 

SIERRA BLANCA PEAK, SIERRA BLANCA Continued. 
(Latitude, 33 22' 24". 3; longitude, 105 48' 54" .9; altitude, 11,892.] 



To 



Azimuth. 



Log. distance. 



Manzano 

Mosca 

Nogal 

Pedernal 

Tecolote 

Capitan 

Carrizo (7) 

Back 

East Carrizo Cone (5) 

Back .. 



156 33 
161 10 
182 01 

185 IS 
1 88 03 

244 22 

'91 53 
II 56 

2IO 21 

30 27 



5'-9 
51-7 

Oj. 4 
56.3 
3-4 
57-9 
49.0 
28.5 
29.8 
54-9 



Meters. 
5. 1680014 
5. 2265972 

5. 2142819 
4. 8966034 
4- 7473S 
4- 5569467 



4- 



CERRO COLORADO. 
[Latitude, 33 50' 42" .5 ; longitude, 106 42' o6".2 ; altitude, 5,654.) 



Fra Cristobal 39 57 33.7 4.7816730 

San Mateo 6449 12.3 4.8799765 

Magdalena . 109 32 31.3 4.6837603 

Ladrones 151 1535.2 4.8722063 

Manzano 195 24 18. 2 4.9329640 

Cerro Tecolote 254 15 31.3 4.9843806 

Sierra Blanca . 302 1232.9 4.9889390 

Salinas 345 51 57.4 4.7967848 

FRA CRISTOBAL PEAK, FRA CRISTOBAL RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 25' 3s".o; longitude, 107 04' io".i3; altitude, 6,646.] 

San Mateo I 115 0439.3 4.5180002 

Cerro Colorado 219 43 40.7 4.7816730 

Sierra Blanca 272 2442.4 5.0844309 

Salinas.. 2843802.1 4.7483121 

SALINAS PEAK, SAN ANDREAS RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 17' 50". 6; longitude, 106 32' is".o; altitude, 9,039.) 

Organ (7) I i 34 09. 2 5.0239673 

Back... 1 j8i 3309.2 

Fra Cristobal.. 10457 4- 3 4.7483121 

San Mateo 108 49 09.7 4.9475931 

Colorado 165 57 24.4 4.7967848 

Tecolote .. 221 50 22.0 5.0662442 

Nogal , 251 43 33 .j 4.8523474 

Capitan 254 I3 24. o 5.0864418 

Sierra Blanca 262 39 12.0 4.8309648 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE IV Continued. 

NOGAL PEAK, SIERRA BLANCA. 
[Latitude, 33 29' 47". 5 ; longitude, 105 48' 36". 2 ; altitude, 9,983.! 



105 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 



Sierra Blanca 201 13.7 

Salinas .. ' 72 07 34.9 

Cerro Tecolote ' 189 18 52.5 

East Carrizo Cone (5) ! 225 4607.5 

Back 45 52 22.8 

Capitan 258 06 34.2 



Meters. 

4- 1354369 
4- 8523474 
4.8145532 
4- 3S/4986 



4- 7076275 



CAPITAN PEAK, CAPITAN RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 35' 24". 4; longitude, 105 16' 2o"-3 ; altitude, 10,023.] 



Sierra Blanca 


64 40 56. 2 


4. 7473050 


Salinas 


74 55 14. 3 


5.0864418 


Nogal * . 


78 24 23. 9 


4. 7076275 


Carrizo (7) 


104 48 26. 3 


4. 6471375 


Back . 


284 33 03. 3 




Cerro Tecolote 


144 09 12. 4 


4. 8242740 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL, SURVEYS. 107 



TABLE V. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY TRIANGU- 
LATION STATIONS DEPENDING UPON THE FORT BAYARD BASE, N. 
MEX. 1878. 

This line was laid out on the plain west of the Santa Eita Mountains, 
near the. Warm Springs at Apache Tejo, about 10 miles south of Fort 
Bayard. It was measured with a 50 foot Stackpole compensated steel 
tape, the direction being about N. 17 27' E., the adopted length being 
27,265.937 feet (5.164 miles), which, reduced to sea level and converted 
into meters, is given in the following tables, with the principal elements 
of the triangulation depending upon it. The ends of the base were not 
permanently marked (see Annual Report 1879, p. 119 and p. 245). 

The base was connected with the astronomical station (latitude 32 
47' 40".35, longitude 108 09' 08".77) established by the survey at Fort 
Bayard, the discussion of the co-ordinates of which will be found in the 
Annual Report of this office for 1879, pp. 81-113. 

The triangulation expanded from the Fort Bayard base has one main 
point in common (San Mateo Peak) with the triangulation running south- 
ward from the Santa Fe astronomical station, and depending upon the 
iizimuth and distance of the line Placer-Taylor. For this triangulation 
see pp. 97-105 of this volume. 

The co ordinates of San Mateo, as determined from the two bases, 
are as follows : 

From Fort Bayard, latitude 33 33' 07".30, lon.itude 107 26' 04".90. 

From Santa Fe, latitude 33 33' 06".94, longitude 107 26' 27".56. 

The difference, which is really all in longitude, is probably mainly 
due to a large station error at Santa Fe, the exact amount of which had 
not been accurately determined at the time of closing the field-work of 
the survey. 

The two systems of triangulatioii are, therefore, independent of each 
other, and affected with the station errors of their respective astro- 
nomical points. 

M. M. M. 

ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL, SURVEYS. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL, SURVEYS. 109 



ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



NEW MEXICO. 

Astronomical monument Ill 

Station A Ill 

Station B Ill 

Station C HI 

Station D 112 

Station E. 112 

Station!' 112 

Bear Peak 112 

CookesPeak 113 

Eagle Peak 114 

Florida Peak 113 

HachetaPeak 114 

San MateoPeak 114 

Thomas Peak 114 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE V. 

ASTRONOMICAL MONUMENT, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 47' 40". 35 ; longitude, 108 09' 08". 77 ; altitude, 6,097 feet.] 



Ill 



To 



Azimuths. 



Log. distance. 



D ' " Meters. 

Station F 7 3205.9 4. 5877997 

Station C 15 2926.7 4.0373925 

Bear Peak 102 39 56.8 4.2966608 

Station D 319 41 36.7 3.8962539 

STATION A, NORTH BASE, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 33 40' 42". 13 ; longitude, 108 07' i6".is.J 

Station B (south base) 17 27 33.96 3.9194057 

Station F.. 17 27 33.96 4.4268484 

Station C__ 112 09 35. 52 3.8000362 

Station D 119 27 33.96 3.8577876 

Station E 307 oo 09.99 3-97 2 797' 

^ 

STATION B, SOUTH BASE, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 36' 24". 88 ; longitude, 108 08' 56". 74.] 

Station F 17 2642.4 4.2651592 

Station C 161 57 56.1 4.0348368 

Station A (north base) 197 2642.4 3.9194057 

Station D 197 2642.4 4.1907186 

Station E 257 II 07.6 4.0106389 

Cooks Peak 281 3727.7 4.6009665 

STATION C, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 41' y)", 3 ; longitude, io8 n' oo".s-] 

Station F 425 29.3 4.4464502 

Bear Peak 13207 15.6 4.3448992 

Astronomical monument, Fort Bayard, N. Mex 195 28 26.3 4-3739 2 5 

Station D 240 39 12.9 3' 9629453 

Station A 292 07 34.4 3.8000362 

Cooks Peak 293 21 23.5 4.6649240 

Station E 301 0045.1 4.1924695 

StationB .341 5646.7 4.0348368 



112 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 
TABLE V Continued. 

STATION D, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 44' 23". 34; longitude, 108 05' 53".:.] 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 




/ // 

17 28 18. 8 


Meters. 
3.8577876 


Station B . . 


17 28 18. 8 


4. 1907186 


Station F _ . 


17 28 18. 8 


4- 53 o 56i9 


Station C 


60 41 59. I 


3. 9629453 


Bear Peak - 


112 59 54. 7 


4. 4234811 


Astronomical Monument, Fort Bayard, N. Mex 


139 43 22. 6 


3. 8962539 


Flagstaff, Fort Bayard (7) 


141 03 42. 6 


3. 8927522 


Back 


321 02 oo. 5 




Cooks Peak __ ............. 


303 35 07. 5 


4. 6161275 


Station E 


336 55 57. 3 


4. 1341343 









STATION E, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 37' 38". 5; longitude. 108 02' 28". 4.] 



Station F 


38 04 45. 13 


4.4011288 


Station B 


77 14 34. 30 


4. 0106389 


Station C . . . . 


121 05 21.43 


4. 1924695 


Station A * 


127 02 45. 27 


3. 9727971 


Bear 


127 36 40. 82 


4. 5743861 


Station D . _ _ . _. 


156 57 47. 87 


4. 1341343 


Station 28 (O 


270 30 06. 74 


4. 4883449 


Back 


90 40 43. 48 




Cooks Peak 


289 34 40. 34 


4. 4894275 









STATION F, FORT BAYARD, N. MEX. 
[Latitude, 32 26' 54". 5; longitude, 108 12' 23".!.] 



Hacheta Point . __ _ 


ii 25 35. I 


4. 9649568 


Bear 


161 31 52.0 


4. 6534708 


Station C 


iS/| ?/| /|/|, 8 


4. 4464502 


Astronomical Monument, Fort Bayard . . 


187 30 21. I 


4- 5877997 


Station B 


197 24 48. 7 


4.2651592 


Station A 


197 24 48. 7 


4. 4268484 


Station D . . _ 


197 24 48. 7 


4.5305619 


Station E 


217 59 25. 2 


4. 4011488 


Cooks Peak 


257 54 36. 8 


4. 6590400 


Florida Peak ... 


303 ii 33. 7 


4. 8188555 









BEAR PEAK, DIABLO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 32 50' oo".?; longitude, 108" 21' 3t".6; altitude, 8,081.] 



Hacheta 


61 38 53.68 


5. 1244588 


Graham (7) .'.. . . .. . 


84 26 oo. 69 


5. 1538899 


Back 


26"! l6 52. VI 




Thomas 


136 51 55. 55 


5. 2147876 


Eagle... 


167 43 08. 83 


4. 9805775 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



113 



TABLE V Continued. 

BEAR PEAK, DIABLO RANGE Continued. 
[Latitude, 32 50' oo".7 ; longitude, 108 ai' 31". 6 ; altitude, 8,081.) 



To 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 



Black Peak (5) 


/ // 

24 Z $4. OQ 07 


Meters. 


Back 


66 oo 32. 46 




Astronomical Monument 


282 33 14. 30 


4. 2966608 


Station D 


292 51 26. 50 


4 42^481 1 


Cooks Peak _ _ _ 


299 1 8 33. 06 


4. 8296626 




307 26 26. 69 


A 1:7,1^861 


Station C 


312 01 34. 02 


4. 1448OQ2 


Florida Peak . __ _ 


318 32 13. 29 


5. 02 1 1712 


Station F 


341 26 56. 14 


A 6^^4.7O8 









COOKES PEAK, COOKE MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 32 32' oi".4; longitude, 107 43' 53". 9; altitude, 8,330.) 



Hacheta ._- . 


32 25 22. 68 


5. 0722534 


Station F 


78 oq u. qi 


4. 6590400 


Station I! (south base) . 


IOI 40 53. 98 


4. 6009665 


Station E . 


109 44 40. 44 


- 4. 4894275 


Station C 


113 36 oo. 21 


4. 6649240 


Station A (north base) _ 


113 47 40. 25 


4. 6012082 


Bear Peak . . 


119 38 52. ,21 


4. 8296626 


Station D _ 


123 46 58. 93 


4. 6161275 


Black Peak _ 


135 48 12. 87 


4. 7625522 


Back 


US 14 13.44 




Eagle 


148 16 34. 74 


5. 1740003 


Station 28 (5) 


189 46 54. 02 


4.0092538 


Back 


9 47 29. 87 




San Mateo _ _ 


193 43 05. 25 


5.0655038 


Station 6 (5) 


204 ?": 3?. 48 


4. 4^1604? 


Caballo Cone (5) 


216 45 07. 75 


4. 8953247 


Back ... 


37 01 36. 61 




Sunday Cone (5) . . 


250 20 57. 51 


4- 45 738i 


Back 


7O 30 06. 67 




Station 25 (5) . _ - 


329 18 01.07 


4. 0459993 


Back 


149 56 16. 06 




Florida 


347 14 17. 13 


4. 6705241 









FLORIDA PEAK, FLORIDA MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 32 07' i8".3 ; longitude, 107 37' 19". 2 ; altitude, 7,295.] 


Hacheta 


53 48 18. 23 
68 29 30. 47 
248 03 04. 60 
123 3 17-43 
138 55 57-54 
152 49 44.01 
167 17 48. 18 
186 17 48. 18 
196 27 54.05 
1 6 33 28.82 
292 28 26. 39 
112 46 13.54 
32 57 34.52 
212 45 47.08 


4. 9606998 
4- 9274505 


Lalacha (5) 


Back 


Station F 


4.8188555 
5.0211712 
5. 2881719 
4. 6705241 
5. 2029477 
4.75973I3 


Bear 


Eale ... 


Cook 


San Mateo 


Sunday Cone (5) 


Back 


Potrillo (7) 


4. 75745 


Back 


Boca Grande (7) _ 


4.8121458 


Back 






1x7*1 WIT 8 



114 AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 

TABLE V Continued. 

HACK ETA PEAK, HACHETA RANGE. 
[Latitude, 31 37' s8".2 ; longitude, 108 23' 57" .o ; altitude, 8,352.] 



To- 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Graham (7) . 


/ // 

130 48 42.43 


Meters. 
5. 2610978 


Back 


310 01 39. 55 




Lalacha (5) 


167 16 24. 48 


4- 37 O 335' 


Back - 


347 14 41.08 




Bear 


181 37 36. 15 


5. 1244588 


Station F 


191 19 46. 96 


4. 9649568 


Cooks . -- 


212 04 06. 26 


5.0722543 


Florida . _. - 


233 23 40. 73 


4. 9606908 


Boca Grande (7) 


270 19 56. 39 


4. 5845711 


Back 


90 32 41.08 











EAGLE PEAK, TULEROSA MOUNTAINS. 
[Latitude, 33 40' 33".2 ; longitude, 108 34' 4i".3 ; altitude, 9,791.] 



Thomas - - - 


105 49 55. 81 


4. 9797542 


Station 25 (5) . - 


165 06 48. 37 


4. 6657812 


Back 


345 02 29. 62 




Alamocita (5) __ .. 


190 07 18. 25 


4. 7709080 


Back . .- 


10 ii 04.40 




Horse Peak (5) 


231 19 20. 05 


4. 7294555 


Back 


51 34 28. 20 




Round Peak (5) 


270 03 01. 33 


4. 64qo<;o6 


Back . . . 


oo 18 f.2. OT. 




San Mateo . __ 


277 03 37. 81 


5. 0293257 


Cooks .. . 


327 48 50. 28 


5. 1740003 


Florida . _ 


332 18 34. 28 


5. 2871720 


Bear 


347 35 55. 81 


4. 9805775 


Hacheta 


355 42 47. 84 


5. 3563501 









SAN MATEO PEAK, SAN MATEO RANGE. 
[Latitude, 33 33' o7".3 ; longitude, 107" 26' O4".g ; altitude, 10,209.] 



Florida 


6 21 36. 5 


5. 2029477 


Cooks 


13 52 48. 2 


5. 0655038 


Eagle 


97 41 36. 6 


3.0293257 








THOMAS PEAK. 
[Latitude, 33 54' 24".! ; longitude, 109 34' i6".< 


>; altitude, 11,275.] 




Alamocita Peak (5) 


252 OO 53. 63 


S. O2Q5754 


Back . 


72 38 03. 41 




Station 25 (5).. . 


256 14 16. 19 


4.9139827 


Back 


76 43 16. 58 




Eagle Peak . 


285 1 6 47. 67 


4- 9797S4 2 


Bear Peak 


316 II 54. 83 


5. 2147876 









U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



115 



TABLE VI. AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES BETWEEN PRIMARY TRI- 
ANGULATION STATIONS DEPENDING UPON THE FORT BLISS BASE, 
TEXAS, 1878. 

NOTE. The Fort Bliss or El Paso Base was laid out in October, 
1878, on the nearly level plain about five miles east of the village of 
El Paso (at one time called Franklin), El Paso County, Texas. This 
base was measured with a 50-foot Stackpole compensated steel tape, 
the adopted length reduced to sea-level being 8,048.960 feet (A. E., 
1870, p. 220). When the base was measured the village was for the 
time also called Fort Bliss, the troops assigned to that post being quar- 
tered there. 

The abandoned post lay between the village and the base-line, and 
its flagstaff was connected with and brought into the scheme of trian- 
gulation. Directly south of El Paso, Tex., and separated from it by the 
Kio Grande, is the old Mexican town of El Paso del Norte. The bell 
tower of its cathedral was observed upon and its position determined by 
connection with our astronomical determination of El Paso, Tex., made 
in September, 1878. The astronomical monument is situated in the 
public square of the Texas village, and all details regarding final deter- 
mination of its co ordinates are given in the annual report of this 
office for 1879, pp. 47-81. 

The scheme of triangulation depending upon this base and astronom- 
ical determination has no direct connection with any of the previous or 
subsequent work of this office, but it is complete so far as it goes, and 
is important inasmuch as it gives a good connection between several 
points of the boundary between the United States and Mexico and the 
late astronomical determination made by this office at El Paso, Tex. 
The elements of the triangulation connecting the astronomical monu- 
ment with the other points will be found in the following pages, the 
extreme occupied points being : 





Latitude. 


Longitude. 


North Franklin Peak.. 


/ // 

31 54 06. 80 


/ // 

106 29 23.4 


Mexico Peak 


31 43 13.42 


106 34 53. 30 


East Base 


31 47 11.43 


106 24 40. 72 









116 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 



The points on or near the boundary line connected with and located 
are as follows : 





Latitude. 


Longitude. 


I. Boundary monument on right (west) bank of Rio Grande.. 
2 Boundary monument in Mulera Mountains 


/ // 

31 46 58. 28 
31 46 58. 29 


/ /V 

106 31 33.49 
106 32 oo. 50 


3 Bell tower of El Paso Cathedral 


31 /]/| i /) S8 


106 28 59. 24 









A map in the Annual Report of this office for 1879, page 81, shows 
clearly the relative locations of the points referred to. In comparing 
these results with the work of the Mexican Boundary Commission some 
difficulty arises owing to errors and inconsistencies in the published re- 
sults as given in Volume I, Mexican Boundary Eeport. If we take 
those results which the report shows to have been well and carefully 
established, and which can be identified beyond doubt, the agreement is 
good. Thus the boundary monuments connected with were known to 
have been located on the parallel 31 47' as nearly as possible by con- 
nection with J. H. Clark's astronomical station on the left bank of the 
Eio Grande, found by him to be in latitude 31 46' 51".29. 

Our latitude for these same monuments is 31 46' 58".28 and 31 
46' 58".29, or about 1".71 south of the boundary survey determinations. 
No entirely reliable data could be found showing beyond a doubt the 
connection between either of these monuments and the longitude sta- 
tions at Frontera or Sen Elceario. Hence the only good comparison 
which can be made, so far as the monuments are concerned, is that in 
regard to latitude. 

The Boundary Eeport, however, shows reliable data establishing the 
longitude of the bell tower of the El Paso (Mexico) church by direct 
connection between the carefully determined longitude station at El 
Paso and the tower, thus: 

Filial longitude of El Paso del Norte, Mexican Boundary 

Keport, Volume I, pae 192 

Bell tower, 500 feet (5". 79) east of El Paso Observatory, 

Mexican Boundary Report, page 141 



In time 7 h r>"> 56" .43 

In arc 106 29' 06".45 

...5".79 



Final longitude of bell tower 106 2'J' 00". 66 

The longitude determined by this office for the same point (depending 
upon the telegraphic method) is 106 28' 59".24, or 1".42 east of the 
Mexican boundary determination, by the method of lunar culminations. 
A final result for the latitude of El Paso del Norte does not seem to 
have been determined by Major Etnory, although a result by Salazar is 
given in Table E, on page 244, Mexican Boundary Eeport, which makes 
the latitude of his observatory and the bell tower identical (31 44' 15".7), 
although the observatory is stated to be 200 feet north of the tower at 
page 141. 

For this reason the result of this office for latitude was compared 
with that assigned in said report to the boundary monuments. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 117 

ALPHABETICAL LIST. 

TEXAS. 

Pag*. 

Astronomical Monument 119 

East Base, Ft. Bliss 119 

Graveyard Hill 119 

North Franklin Peak 120 

South Franklin Peak 120 

West Base, Ft. Bliss 119 

NEW MEXICO. 

Rodadero Peak 120 

MEXICO. 

Mexico Peak.. 120 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 
TABLE VI. 

ASTRONOMCIAL MONUMENT, FORT BLISS. 
[Latitude, 31 45' 31". 14 ; longitude, 106 29' 05". 37 ; altitude (top of monument), 3,630.] 



119 



To 
f 


Azimuth. 


Log. distance. 


Graveyard Hill . _ _ _ 


/ // 

124 38 32. 20 


Meters. 
3. 0534606 


South Franklin Peak 


185 41 37. 27 


"?. 70^0x14. 


West Base 


227 34 43. 60 


3. 8317394 


East Base 


246 03 27. 66 


3. 8817914 









WEST BASE, FORT BLISS. 
[Latitude, 31 47' 59". 78; longitude, 106 25' 54" .85.] 



Astronomical Monument 


47 ^6 23. <n 


?. 8317304 


Graveyard Hill 


56 30 14. 56 


3. 8529017 


South Franklin Peak 


95 46 26. 24 


3. 6562810 


East Base 


307 21 ?<;. si 


3. 7807721 









EAST BASE, FORT BLISS. 
[Latitude, 31 47' n".43; longitude, 106 24' 40", 73.] 



El Paso Church Tower (7) 


51 22 37. II 


?. Q'?9o66i 


Back .. . --. 


231 20 21.03 




Astronomical Monument 


66 05 47. 01 


3. 8817914 


Mexico Peak . 


65 35 33. 20 


4. 2481784 


Graveyard Hill _ _ 


72 48 15. 38 


3.9171487 


South Franklin Peak 


106 46 01. 76 


3. 8290079 


West Base .. 


127 22 14. 57 


3- 3897721 


North Franklin Peak 


199 52 06. 16 


4. 1700006 









GRAVEYARD HILL. 
[Latitude, 3! 45' 52".o; longitude, 106 29' 4o". 7 .] 



Mexico Peak 


59 19 26. 13 


3. 9807724 


North Franklin Peak _ 


182 42 43. 83 


4. 1831397 


South Franklin Peak 


198 03 53. 08 


3. 6644121 


West Base 


236 28 15. 59 


3.8529017 


East Base 


252 45 37. 39 


3.9171487 


Astronomical Monument 


304 38 13. 58 


3. 0534606 


El Paso Church Tower (7) 


339 S^ 58. 79 


3. 5031626 


Back . . . 


159 58 20. 63 











120 



AZIMUTHS AND DISTANCES. 



TABLE VI Continued. 
MEXICO PEAK. 

[Latitude, 31 43' i3"-4 2 ; longitude, 106 34' 53"-3-l 



To- 


Azimuth. 

1 


Log. distance. 


North Franklin Peak - - - - 


/ // 

203 17 58.45 


Meters. 
4. 3407117 




222 23 26. 99 


3.9134119 




226 O7 55. 69 


4. 1267475 




239 16 41. 69 


3.9807724 


Old Fort Bliss (7) - 


244 45 44. 90 


4. 1558544 


Back 


64 50 03. 80 




East Base 


245 30 10. 82 


4. 2481784 


Fl Paso Church (7) --- 


258 29 58. 61 


3. 9781664 


Back 


78 34 04. 81 











SOUTH FRANKLIN PEAK. 
[Latitude, 31 48' 14". 55 ; longitude, 106 28' 46".2g.] 



Astronomical Monument 


5 41 47.32 


3- 7395I4 


Graveyard Hill 


18 04 21. 76 


3. 6644121 




46 II 08.88 


4. 1267475 


Boundary Monument right bank of Rio Grande (5) 


61 54 18.49 


3.6977412 


Back 


241 52 50. 40 






65 19 28. 53 


3. 7499239 


Back 


145 17 46. 21 




Rodadero Peak (5) - 


71 34 10.94 


3- 7959230 


Back - 


251 32 12. 16 




North Franklin Peak -. 


174 51 55.34 


4.0371287 


West Base 


275 45 01.90 


3.6562810 


East Base 


286 43 52. 37 


3. 8290079 


Old Fort Bliss (flagstaff) (7) . 


313 57 31. 14 


3. 6606005 


Back - - 


133 58 37. 12 




El Paso Church Tower (7) 


2 38 35. 28 


3. 8686494 


Back 


182 39 28. 46 











NORTH FRANKLIN PEAK, FRANKLIN RANGE. 
[Latitude, 31 54' 06". 81 ; longitude, 106 29' 23". 40; altitude, 7,070 .] 



Graveyard Hill - - - - 


I 42 52.97 


4. 1831397 


Rodadero Peak . 


21 07 10. 58 


4. 1382690 


Mexico Peak - _. 


23 20 52. 34 


4. 3407 1 1 7 


East Base .. . 


329 49 37.01 


4. 1700996 


South Franklin Peak . 


354 51 35. 75 


4.0371287 









RODADERO PEAK. 
[Latitude, 31 47' io".33; longitude, 106 32' 31". 72.] 



Mexico _- 


27 03 41. 65 


3. 9134119 


North Franklin Peak 


201 05 31. 22 


4. 1382690 


South Franklin Peak 


251 32 12. 16 


3. 7959230 


Boundary Monument (5) _ 


294 1 7 26. 49 


2. 9547063 


Back 


114 17 42. 94 






298 II 14.01 


3. 7079320 


El Paso Church Tower (7) . 


314 oo 46. 06 


3. 8907527 


Back 


134 03 37. 91 











UNIVERSITY 




III. 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 



CERTAIN REFERENCE STATIONS. 
I. MILITARY POSTS. 
II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS. 
III. CITIES, TOWNS, AND SETTLEMENTS. 
IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. 
V. MOUNTAIN PASSES. 



NOTB. Where the minus sign appears, distances are in feet below sea-level. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 123 



NOTE. 

The altitudes given iu the following tables, with the few exceptions 
noted, are the results of cistern barometer observations, being usually 
adopted means after revision of the altitudes of initial reference stations. 
These have been selected from the many thousands of computed barom- 
etric altitudes that have contributed to the construction of the contours 
of the original plotting sheets, and are alone the best determined points, 
being those well known and easily identified, being but a fractional 
part of those actually observed and computed of prominent points, 
since revision of reference stations and determination of adopted means 
has not always been practicable for want of skilled assistance, while 
bringing finally to an end the multiple results of the survey, remaining 
incomplete when appropriations were suspended. 

Mountain peaks with local names alone are given. The altitudes of 
many others ascended and barometrically measured will be found upon 
the published maps. Wherever altitudes herein are found to differ 
iroin results heretofore published the present figures are to be accepted. 

Cistern barometer altitudes will be found in Vol. II (pp. 555 to 566 
inc.), and in certain annual reports of this office, which appear as ap- 
pendixes of the annual reports of the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army 

The above tables, in instances, contain altitudes not given herewith, 
for want, usually, of revision of altitudes of the reference stations upon 
which they depend. 

G. M. W. 

ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



r^^^ 

'(UNIVERSITY) 



124 ' REFERENCE STATIONS. 



CERTAIN REFERENCE STATIONS USED IN COMPARISONS OF BARO- 
METRIC DIFFERENCE OF LEVEL. 

NOTE. The stations more or less regularly observed at, herewith given, situated 
within or in proximity to areas surveyed, have been availed of in making independ- 
ent comparisons of barometric differences of level, in addition to the daily simulta- 
neous observations and resulting level differences at points (selected at minimum dis- 
tances horizontally and like differences iu elevation, varying according to physical con- 
formation and accessibility of the region) within the field occupied by a single party 

or those conjoining. 

6. M. W. 

Camp Douglas, Astronomical Monument, 4,905 feet; determined by 
level from Temple Pier, Salt Lake City, by Mr. Gilbert Thompson in 
1872 ; also, sun dial, 4,904 feet ; base of flag-staff, 4,902 feet. 

Carson City, Nev., Friend's Observatory, Signal Office station, 4,660 
feet; determined by three and one half months' daily means (August 16 
to November 30, 1876), referred to San Francisco and Salt Lake City. 
The two determinations differed by 11 feet, and the mean of the two 
has been adopted. 

Colorado Springs, Signal Office, 6,030 feet ; determined by mean of 
five months' observation (August to December, 1874), referred to Signal 
Office at Denver; astronomical monument, 6,010 feet, determined by 
observations from July 28 to August 10, 1873. 

Corinne, Utah, Signal Office, 4,244 feet; barometer 11.4 feet above 
Central Pacific Eailroad track at depot, leveled by Mr. Gilbert Thomp- 
son in 1873. Track is 4,233 feet, by Central Pacific Eailroad levels. 

Denver, Colo., Kansas Pacific Eailroad, 5,196.6 feet is the deduced 
altitude by Mr. Gardner of the Kansas Pacific Eailroad track at depot, 
published in 1873. 

Denver, Colo., Signal Office, 5,263 feet. From latest information, No- 
vember, 1877, the signal office is 66.1 feet above Kansas Pacific Eail- 
road track leveled by Mr. Cutshaw, city engineer. In 1872, '73, '74 r 
and '75 the altitude of our reference station was 48 feet above the track 
= 5,244.6 feet. Jn 1876 the signal office was 13.5 feet higher = 5,258.1 feet. 

The altitudes of a number of points on the Denver and Eio Grande 
Eailroad have been obtained from the profile of that road, and are in- 
serted in the tables of altitudes. The determinations from the profile 
were all corrected by + 54 feet, to bring the Denver and Eio Grande 
altitude of Denver up to that indicated above. 

Fort Bayard, N. Mex., 6,068 feet ; determined from daily means of our 
observations from September 25 to October 10, 1878, referred to Santa 
Fe and Silver City, N. Mex. The result of five days' observations in 
1873 is also given weight. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 125 

Fort Bliss (El Paso), Tea?., 3,622.9 feet; determined from daily means 
of our observations extending from August 11 to September 18, 1878, 
and referred to Santa Fe and also to Silver City, N. Mex. This result 
is checked by the altitude of Froutera (15 miles above), determined in 
1851 by Colonel Graham, United States Topographical Engineers, to be 
3,870 feet. Frontera was found by our aneroid barometer to be about 
250 feet higher than El Paso, which would make the latter 3,620 feet in 
altitude. 

Fort Craig, New Mexico, 4,447.5 feet ; determined from daily means 
of observations from July 10 to November 15, 1877, referred to Santa Fe. 

Fort Mokavc, Ariz, (bench-mark), 755.8 feet; determined from daily 
means observations July 8 to September 5, 1875, referred to Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

Great Salt Lake, Utah, 4,210 feet, 22.6 feet below railroad track at 
Corinne (4,233 feet); leveled by Gilbert Thompson, 1872 and 1873. 

Lou Angeles, Cal., Signal Office, 320 feet; determined by levels of 
M. Kelliher, city surveyor, and the Southern Pacific Railroad. (Letter 
from Chief Signal Officer, January 30, 1879.) Rendezvous camp, 312 feet, 
determined (by level) by Frank Carpenter, from tide-guage at Wilming- 
ton (Cal.) Breakwater, 1875. Gartner's office, 1875, 326 feet. Lieuten- 
ant Bergland's office, 1875, 323 feet; these last two by level by Carpenter. 

Oijden Observatory, astronomical monument, 4,374 ieet; Great Salt 
Lake, 4,210.4 feet; Ogden (railroad junction) above lake, Kintner's lev- 
els. 1877, 89.2 feet; Ogden (railroad junction) above sea-level, 4,299.6 
feet; Ogden (railroad junction) below astronomical monument, Kiut- 
ner's levels, 1877, 74.4 feet; Ogden, astronomical monument above sea- 
level, 4,374 feet. 

Prattville, Cal., 4,394.1 feet; camp near post-office determined from 
daily means observations October4 to 12, 1878, referred to Red Bluff, Cal. 

Bed Bluff, Cal., Signal Office, 338 feet, by level ; authority, General 
Cadwallader, engineer Central Pacific Railroad. (Extract letter from 
Signal Office, January 25, 1879.) 

Sacramento, Signal Office, 76 feet; bench-mark above sea-level, 30 
feet; ground above bench-mark, 2 feet; barometer above ground, 44.3 
feet; barometer above sea-level, 76.3 feet. Authority for bench-mark, 
Central Pacific Railroad and John Prentin, engineer, Sacramento. (Let- 
ter from Signal Office, January 25, 1879.) 

Salt Lake City, Utah, Temple Pier, 4,330 feet; Signal Office, 1877, 
4,352 feet; Great Salt Lake, 4,210.4 feet; Temple Pier, above lake, 
Thompson levels, 1.^70 and 1873, 119.98 feet; Temple Pier, 4,330.4 feet; 
Signal Office barometer above pier, Lieutenant Young's levels, Jan- 
uary, 1878, 21.5 feet=4,351.9 feet. 

Kan Francixco, Signal Office, 60 feet ; bench-mark above sea-level, 6.7 
feet ; ground above bench-mark, 6.3 feet ; barometer above grou nd, 47 feet ; 
barometer above sea-level, 60 feet. Authority for bench-mark, board 
of engineers and city surveyor (Mr. Richard Stretch). This bench-mark 



126 REFERENCE STATIONS. 

is used for grading all streets in the city. (Letter from Signal Office, 
February 15, 1878). 

Santa Fe, N. Hex., Signal Office, 6,965 feet. The altitude of Santa Fe, 
determined from five months' barometric observations (July-November, 
1874) and referred to Denver and also to Colorado Springs, gave 7,044.2 
feet for each result. This altitude was used until February 12, 1878, 
when 6,965.2 feet was adopted, being the result of five mouths' obser- 
vations in 1877, referred to Denver. 

In 1875 a change was made in the error of the Signal Office barometer 
(No. 1860), the scale being lowered .079 inch ; this error agrees well with 
the difference in altitude determined in 1874 by Lieutenant Marshall and 
by Lieutenant Tillman in 1877. 

Silver City, N. Mex., Signal Office, 5.770.7 feet; determined from daily 
means of observations at Signal Office, August 20 to October 31, 1878, 
referred to Santa Fe. 

Virginia City, Mont., Signal Office, 5,480 feet ; bench-mark above sea- 
level, 5,482 feet; ground below bench-mark, 17.54 feet; barometer above 
ground, 15.5 feet; barometer above sea-level, 5,479.96 feet. Authority 
for bench-mark, city engineer. No change in location since 1873. (Let' 
ter from Signal Office, February 15, 1878.) 

Winnemucca, Nev., Signal Office, 4,355 feet; determmeiTfrom four 
months' barometric observations (July to October, 1877) daily means, 
referred to Salt Lake City. "No change has been made in elevation of 
barometer at Wiuuemucca." (Letter from Signal Office, January 25, 
1879.) 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



127 



TABLE I. MILITARY POSTS. 



Name of post. 


State or Territory. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude, 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


Apache, Fort 


Arizona 


8iB 


5.OOI 


f 1871 
\ 1873 


Bayard, Fort 


New Mexico 


84C 


*6, 068 


1 .878 

1878 


Bidwell, Fort 


California 


?8B 


4 647 


( i8 77 


Bliss, Fortf . . 


Texas 


906 


7, 6^0 


I 1878 
1878 


Bowie, Fort 


Arizona 


896 


4,872 


1873 


Bunrwin, Campt 


New Mexico 


6oD 


7, 277 


1874 


o f+ - 
I any, near Camp 


California . . . . 


730 


1,894 


1875 


Cameron, Fort, near 


Utah 


5Q.A 


6,058 


1873 


Churchill, FortJ 


Nevada 


47 D 


4, 258 


1876 


Craig, Fort 


New Mexico 


84A 


4, 448 


\ 1873 
1874 


Cummings, Fort| 


do 


840 


4, 840 


1876 

. 1877 
1878 


Curry, Campf 


Oregon 


296 


4, 273 


1878 


Defiance, Old Fort . . . 


Arizona 


68D 


7,042 


1873 


Defiance, Fort 


Utah 


67 


4,052 


1872 


Douglas, Fortf 


do 


4iD 


/4, 905 


1873 


Fills, Fortf 


Montana 


I5C 


4, 747 


1877 


Fillmore, FortJ 


New Mexico 


goA 


03, 720 


1878 


Floyd, CampJ 


Utah 


506 


4,866 


1872 


Fred. Steele, Fortf 


Wyoming . . 


43 A 


16, 850 


1873 


Garland, Fort 


Colorado 


62C 


/7, 937 


f 1873 
i 1875 


Goodwin, Old Campt 


Arizona 


83 


2,816 


( 1877 
'873 


Grant, Fort _ 


do 


8sC 


4,833 


/ '873 


Grant, Old CampJ 


do 


83 


2, Il8 


\ '874 
1871 


Hall, Fort 


Idaho 


320 


4> 75 2 


1877 


Halleck, Fortf 


Nevada 


40C 


5,790 


1869 


Hualapais, CampJ . 


Arizona .. . 


75 


5, 322 


1871 


Independence, Camp| 


California 


6sA 


3,956 


( 1871 


Klamath, Fort 


Oregon 


2 9 C 


4, 108 


l '875 
1878 


Lewis, Fort ... 


Colorado 


6gA 


7,057 


/ 1873 


Lowell, Fort 


Arizona 


8gA 


2,538 


\ 1874 

1871 


Lyon, Fort 


Colorado 


62D 


3.QIO 


/ 1876 


McPherson, Fortf. 


Nebraska 


45 


/2, 789 


X 1877 
1874 


McRae, FortJ 


New Mexico 


84A 


4. IQl 


/ 1877 


Marcy, Fortf.. 


do 


6oD 


6, 065 


\ 1878 

f 1874 
J 1875 


Mohave, Fort 


Arizona 


748 


756 


I 1877 
f 1871 


North Platte Station 


Nebraska 


45 D 


2,789 


\ 1875 
1874 













* Astronomical monument 29 feet higher, 
t Astronomical monument. 



t Abandoned. 

j Pagosa Hot Springs. 



128 BAROMETRIC A / 

TAIU.K 1.- Mil ITAKi | ! 


ij i ' l---.li 


i '! 




i 
y 


Name of post. 


Stq (j 1 




B 4,567 { 

\ 6,153 
/6, 041 

* 02,559 
D IT, 1 68 

: 3,900 

\ 6, 927 
D 4, 106 

B 6, 152 | 

* 3, 245 
B 6, 740 
r 

Z\ 6,744 

D 3,160 
\ 6, 1 88 
1,034 

D 5,73 { 
3 S,3i8 
B 7,038 | 

\ 6,507 | 
D 205 


1872 

1873 
1869 
1872 
1874 

1873 
1878 - 
1878 

1874 
1877 
1878 
1875 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1871 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1878 
1871 
1873 
1875 
1873 
1875 
1876 


Polk, Camp 


Oregd _ _ 




Utah _ 


501 

49' 
441 

83' 

S 

84. 
44 

84 

73 
83 

70 

75 
84 

12 
2 9 

75 
76 

- 77 
8l 




Nevada 


Russell F'ort D A f 


Wyoming 




Arizona 


Sanders, Fortf 


Wyoming _ 


Selden, Fort* 


New Mexico 




do 




Sidney, Fortf 


Nebraska 


Stanton, F'ort 


New Mexico 
California 




Tejon, Fort* 




Tulerosa, Fort* 


New Mexico 


Union, Fort f 


do . 


Verde, Fort 


Arizona 


Vincent, Camp* 


New Mexico 


Walla Walla, Fortf 


Washington 
Oregon 




Warner, Camp* 




Whipple, Fortf 


A ri zona 


Wingate, FortJ 


New Mexico 
do 




Wingate, Old Fort* 




Yuma, Fort 


California 







* Abandoned. 



f Astronomical monument. 



Flagstaff. 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



129 



TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


ARIZONA. 
Carrizo 


68B 


Carrizo 


Q, ?T,Q 


1874 


Escuclilla 


38 


Datil 


10, 691 


1873 


Graham 


8^C 


Pinaleno 


rtio, 516 


1874 


Greens 


76D 




IO, OQ'? 


1873 


Humphreys 


75A 


San Francisco 


12 562 


1871 


Humphreys (Timber Line) 


75A 




I 1 , 468 


1871 


Ord 


8jB 


White Mountain 


10, 266 


1871 


San Francisco Mountains, crater 


7SA 




IO, 122 


1871 


edge. 
Signal .. 


68B 


Carrizo 


Q. -2QQ 


1874 


Thomas 


SiB 


White Mountain 


tl I. 27C 


1878 


Tipton . 


74D 


Cerbat 


7, ^64. 


1871; 


CALIFORNIA. 
Abbot .. . _. 


S6D 


Sierra Nevada 


/I3, 582 


1879 


Adams 


47 B 


do 


8,412 


1876 


Agua Caliente 


SoB 


San Jacinto 


aj, 0,4 


1876 


Alder Hill 


56B 


Sierra Nevada 


7, 731 


1877 


Alturas Hill 


38D 




4, ACQ 


1877 


Alpine (or Woods), called Round 


566 


Sierra Nevada . 


10,426 


1877 


Top by U. S. Coast and Geo- 
detic Survey. 
Argus 


650 


Argus 


t6, 333 


187? 


Arnot 


"i6B 


Sierra Nevada 


1 0, 068 


1877 


Bald Mountain, on Sonora Road. 
Bare Point 


56B 
56D 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 
Spur of Sierra Nevada 


5,830 
t-j, 804 


1878 
1879 


Bear 


<;6D 


Bear Mountains 


tf2, 984 


1879 


Bidwell 


386 


Warner 


8,551 


1877 


Bis; Hill (75) 


$6D 




",5l8 


1879 


Black Mountain 


6cA 


Sierra Nevada 


I3,OOg 


187? 


Black Mountain (southern point). 


56D 


. do 


/io,48i 


1879 


Blue Mountain . 


?6B 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


6,076 


1870 


Breckenridge 


7lA 


Spurs of Sierra Nevada 


7,418 


1875 


Browns .,'... 


6sD 


Panamint 


5, 39 2 


1875 


Buckeye 


S6B 


Sierra Nevada 


til, 7m 


1879 


Biickhorn Ranch, peak 2 miles 


73C 




2,981 


'875 


south of. 
Buckingham 


<;6D 




/4, 622 


1879 


Buena Vista _ 


S6D 


Sierra Nevada 


/9, 707 


1879 


Bullion Knob.. . 


56D 


Mount Bullion 


'4, 2 9 2 


1879 


Burrows Mountain 


646 




4, 267 


1878 


Butt Mountain _ 


47A 


Sierra Nevada 


7,831 


1878 


Cary . 


566 


Hope Valley Group, Sierra Ne- 


9,970 


1877 


Castle (Stanford) 


47 D 


vada. 
Sierra Nevada 


9,014 


( 1876 


Castle Rock 


<;6B 


do 


9,872 


I 877 
( 1878 


Castro . 


73C 




3, 046 


\ ' 8 79 
1878 


Cathedral (637) . 


S6D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada. 


/io, 920 


1879 


Cedar 


386 


Warner 


8,308 


1877 













7 



1874WH- 



130 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 


S6D 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada __ 


/3, 238 


1879 


Chiquito 


S6D 


Sierra Nevada _ 


'8, 257 


f 1878 




47 A 


do 


a6, 906 


\ >879 

1878 


Cinder Cone, foot of slope 


47 A 


do .. 


<z6, 512 


1878 




47D 


do 


6,661; 


1877 


Claremont Hill, south of Quincy. 


47 A 


do 


6, 999 


1878 


Clarks (Gothic, also The Obelisk) 
Cloud Rest . .. 


56D 
56D 


Merced Group, Sierra Nevada . 
Yosemite group, Sierra Nevada. 


'11,512 
tg, 9 1 2 


/ 1878 
t 1879 
f 1878 


Coahuila 


8oB 


San Jacinto 


05, 606 


I 8?9 

1876 


Cone, near Hickmans Ranch 
Cone, near Shingletown 


47A 
47A 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


03,127 

2, 654 


1878 
1878 


Conejo 


7?C 




al,. 311 


1878 


Conglomerate 


56B 


Sierra Nevada 


9, 626 


1877 


Conness 


i;6D 


do .. 


(12, =;q2 


f 1878 


Kook Point 


7-?A 


Spurs of Sierra Nevada 


t6, -iT.6 


I !879 

1875 


Corcoran (Mt. Whitney No. i) 


6sA 


Sierra Nevada 


14, 094 


1875 


Coso 


6?D 


Coso Mountains 


'8,425 


1875 


Cottbnwood 


<;6D 


Sierra Nevada . 


fj, 633 


1879 


Cowles 


S6B 


do _^ 


10, 085 


1877 


Cucamonga 


7?D 


San Bernardino 


8, 529 


1875 


Dana 


C7C 


Sierra Nevada .... 


ti 3, 043 


1879 


Dardanelle Cone 


56B 


do .. 


10, 829 


1877 


Deadwood 


646 


do . . 


/4, 45 1 


f 1878 


Denels 


65A 


do 


!?. ^76 


I >8?9 

1875 


Desert Creek 


?6B 


Sweetwater 


0,0?^ 


1877 


Devils 


56D 


{South Fork Group, Sierra 1 


#5,985 


f 1878 


Devils Nose 


56D 


Nevada. / 
do 


tb, 435 


I '879 

1879 


Double Head 


650 


Argus 


/7, 41 1 


1875 


Double Point (i) 


S6D 


Moccasin 


'2,518 


1879 


Double Point (2) 


56D 


do 


t2, 556 


1879 


Downieville Butte 


47 C 


Sierra Nevada 


8, 541 


1876 


Duncan 


47D 


do 


f], 268 


1877 


Dunderberg (locally Castle) 


<;6D 


do 


12, 289 


1878 


Dyer .. 


47A 


do 


7,369 


1878 


Eagle 


X8D 


Warner 


Q, 9M 


1877 


Eagle Peak 


?6D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada 


/7, 751 


f 1878 


Echo. 


e,6D 


Cathedral Group, Sierra Nevada. 


til, 184 


I 1879 
f 1878 


Ellis .. 


47D 


Sierra Nevada 


8,675 


1 "879 

1876 


Fairview Dome (Tuolumne 


<;6D 


do 


9, 7O7 


1878 


Meadows). 
Fandango 


38B 


Warner 


7,848 


1877 


Fish Valley 


566 




10, 749 


1877 


Fowlers _ 


646 




i. 760 


1878 


Fredonyer . 


l8D 




7, 90<l 


1877 


Freels 


<6B 


f Lake Tahoe Group, Sierra \ 


IO, 849 


f 1876 


Glacier Point (jutting rock) 


56D 


1 Nevada. / 
Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada. 


f], 211 


I 877 
1879 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



131 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 


7 3 C 




6,493 


1875 




S6D 


Merced Group, Sierra Nevada . 


'".554 


1879 


Great West 


56D 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


'5. 798 


1879 


Green Mountain 


646 


do 


1,352 


1878 




568 


Sierra Nevada _ _ . 


10, 369 


f 1878 


Griz/ly 


7 3 D 


do 


n, 723 


I 1879 
1875 


Griz/ly Hill 


4?A 




a $i 79 


1878 


Guide 


47D 


Sierra Nevada 


i8, 028 


1877 


Hahn 


65A 


Inyo . 


ti i, 030 


1876 


Harkness . 


4?A 


Sierra Nevada 


a&, 875 


1878 


Haskells 


47 D 


do . . 


8, 126 


1876 


Hat 


38D 


Warner 


7,676 


1877 


Haystack 


<6D 


Sierra Nevada 


tf), 867 


1879 


Hazelton 


646 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


2, 960 


1878 


Hazelton, foot of . . _ 


648 


do 


479 


1878 


Highland 


56B 


Silver Mountain Group, Sierra 


10, 956 


1877 


Hoffman 


S6D 


Nevada. 
Sierra Nevada . 


no, 747 


( 1878 


Hot Springs _ . 


476 


...do... 


7,692 


I 1879 
1877 


Houghs Mountain 


47A 


do 


a'j, 391 


1878 


Ingalls 


/47A 


\ do 


8,472 


1876 


Inyo 


\47B 
6<:A 


) 

Inyo 


^10, 972 


187? 


Jackson 


47D 


Sierra Nevada 


8, 390 


1877 


Joes _ . . . 


6sC 




9, 712 


1875 


Kettle Rock . 


47 A 


Sierra Nevada . . 


7,843 


1878 


La Toya 


7lC 




i, 562 


1875 


Lassens Bulte 


47A 


Sierra Nevada 


10,437 


1878 


Liberty Cap 


-;6D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada 


^7,062 


1879 


Lookout Hill 


650 




4, 214 


1875 


Lookout Mountai n 


566 


Sierra Nevada 


9,732 


1877 


Lookout Mountain 


6?A 




9, 670 


1878 


Los Cerritos 


8oA 




357 


1875 


Lyell .. . 


56D 


Sierra Nevada 


/I3, 104 


1878 


McBride 


57C 


White Mountain 


^13,415 


1878 


McClure 


56D 


Sierra Nevada 


1 1 2, 974 


1878 


McDonald .... 


38D 




7,954 


1877 


McGill 


73C 




9, 214 


1875 


McKesicks. _ 


47 B 


Sierra Nevada 


7,083 


1876 


McKinstry .. 


47 D 


do 


/8, 040 


1877 


Markleeville 


568 


do 


9,431 


1877 


Matterhorn . 


56D 


do 


ti 2, 260 


1878 


Maturango _ _ 


650 


Argus 


/8, 844 


1875 


Meadow Mountain 


6$C 


Sierra Nevada 


"".734 


1875 


Merced . 


56D 


Merced Group, Sierra Nevada 


m,442 


f 1878 


Minarets 


57C 


Sierra Nevada 


ti 2, 266 


1 i879 
1879 


Moccasin .. 


S6D 


Moccasin . 


3.003 


f 1878 


Mokelumne 


i;6B 


Sierra Nevada 


9,385 


\ l8 79 
1877 


Morgan 


c 7 C 


White- Mountain- 


"3. 79' 


1879 


Morrow ._ _ 


646 




2,065 


1878 


Mount Bullion 


S6D 


Mount Bullion 


C4, 227 


1878 













132 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 

Mount Washington 


7^D 




aid, 802 


187; 


Needle 


47 D 


Sierra Nevada 


8,833 


1877 


Needle . .. 


650 


Panamint 


/7, 086 


1875 


New York Buttc 


6<;A 


Inyo .. 


do, 675 


187? 


Nichols Point 


7 3 A 


Spurs of Sierra Nevada.. 


a6, 233 


187? 




38D 




8,009 


1877 


Olancha 


6<C 


Sierra Nevada _ 


12, 251 


1871; 


Old Bony Mountain 


7 3 C 


Coast 


1,892 


187? 


Omjumi _ _ 


47 B 


Sierra Nevada 


8,293 


1876 


Ophir 


6<;D 




(6, 063 


187? 


Oreana (Silver Lake Peak) 


56B 


Sierra Nevada 


9,381 


1877 


Ostranders Rocks (North Point) . 
Ostranders Rocks (South Point) 


S6D 
16D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada, 
do 


fS, 142 
'8, K7 


1878 
1878 


Pah-ute 


73A 


Sierra Nevada 


8,342 


187? 


Pah-ute Monument (bottom) 




Inyo 


8,279 


187? 


Pah-ute Monument (top) 




... dV" .:.?:.; : .... 


8, 344 


187? 


Paleta 


728 


Coast 


4,508 


187? 


Palisades, N. W 


6<;A 


Sierra Nevada 


14, 275 


1878 




6SA 


do 


14, 200 


1878 


Pilot 


56D 


Foot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


t6, 024 


1879 


Pilot Knob 


7^B 


Mohave Desert 


Z, C2S 


1871; 


Pino Blanco 


5&D 


Moccasin 


'2.951 


1879 


Pinto (Calico) 


6<D 


Pinto 


(7. 267 


187? 




<;6B 


Sierra Nevada 


10, 127 


1877 


Pyramid 


650 


Amagosa 


/6, 754 


187? 


Raymond (Alpine County, Cali- 


S6B 


Sierra Nevada 


8,693 


1877 


fornia). 
Raymond (Mariposa County, 


S6D 


do 


tS, 374 


1879 


California) . 
Red (west of Lake Tahoe) 


470 


. . do 


/6, 844 


1877 


Red 


S6D 


Merced Group, Sierra Nevada 


in, 686 


1878 


Red Lake (north of Carson Pass) . 


S6B 


Sierra Nevada 


IO, 1 2O 


1877 


Red Slate 


57C 


do ._ . . 


^13,067 


1879 


Ritter 


57C 


do 


/I3, 130 


( 1878 


Robbs 


-;6B 


do 


6 746 


1 1879 

1877 


Round Top 


S6B 


. . do. 


o. 424. 


1877 




47 B 




6 27d 


l8?7 


Saddle (Malaga) 


7^C 




2 897 


igye 


San Antonio 


7^D 


Sierra Nevada 


IO, 1 2O 


( ^ 7 I 


San Fernando 


7^C 


Coast 


5. 7Q-1 


\ 1878 

1871; 


San Gabriel 


7^C 




6 232 


/ 1875 


San Jacinto 


8oB 


San Jacinto 


10 087 


\ 1878 
1876 


San Pedro Hill 


8oA 




I, 462 


1871; 


Santiago (or Temescal) Peak 


8oB 




"*, 7^O 


1873 


Schaffer 


47B 


Sierra Nevada 


6,864 


1877 


Schultz 


56D 




2, 271* 


1878 


Sentinel Dome 


?6D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada 


^8 122 


1870 


Shinns . _ 


^8D 




7,628 


1877 


Signal (Red) 


47D 




7, 8^7 


1877 


Silver Mountain 


56B 


Sierra Nevada 


ID, 841 


1877 


.Sixteen-Mile (Richardsonsl 


?6D 


do 


/Q. 7Q4 


1878 


Peak. 
'Smiths 


8oB 


San Jacinto 


a6 852 


1876 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



133 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 

sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 

Smoke Creek, peak head of 


47 B 




6 28-5 


1877 




<;6B 


Sierra Nevada 


1 1. 470 


1877 


South Dome (Lip) 


?6D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada 


t8 823 


1870 


South Fork 


^8D 




7 4OQ 


1877 


Stanislaus 


S6B 


Sierra Nevada 


1 1, 123 


1877 


Starr King 


56D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada. 


/9, 080 


1870 


Stevens 


S6B 


Sierra Nevada 


IO OI I 


1877 


Stokes Mountain 


6SA 




2, 060 


1878 




7^A 




1 64.7 


1878 




47 D 


Sierra Nevada 


8, 3ii 


1876 


Sunday _ . 


6sC 


do 


8, ? 


187? 




<;6B 


Sweetwater 


11,778 


l8?7 


"Tehachapai 


7^A 


Tehachapai . . _ _> 


8,056 


l87^ 


Tchachapai Double 


7lA 


do 


8 261 


l87C 


Telescope 


6?D 


Telescope 


/IO. Q^8 


187=; 


Tells 


S6B 


Tells Peak Group, Sierra Ne- 


9, 042 


1877 


"The Needle" 


47D 


vada. 
Sierra Nevada _ _ _ _ 


8,8^n 


1877 


Thomas .. 


8oB 


San Jacinto 


6,748 


1876 


Thompsons . _ __ 


476 


Sierra Nevada 


7, 7^2 


f 1876 


Thunder 


6-;C 


do 


Q. 122 


I 1877 

1871; 


Tower 


q6D 


do 


tl I, 7IQ 


1870 


Tres Cerritos i) 


S&D 


l-'oot-hills of Sierra Nevada 


tl, 142 


1870 


Tres Cerritos 2) 


;6D 


do 


tl, 12$ 


1870 


Tres Cerritos 3) 


<;6D 


do 


tl f 034 


1870 


Tuledad , ...... 


38D 




7. ^Q7 


1877 


Twin (west of Lake Tahoe) 


47 D 


Sierra Nevada 


8,824 


1876 


Union Point 


56D 


Yosemite Group, Sierra Nevada 


/6, 290 


1870 


Volcano No. 2 


8oB 


San Jacinto 


a6 IQI 


1876 


Volcano (crater) 


6?D 




S. 4^4 


1871; 


Wade's 


S6D 


Sierra Nevada . 


7, 1^4 


1878 


\\ah< r uyhe 


6sB 




'8 528 


i87<; 


Warn el o 


56D 


Sierra Nevada 


/7. ^OI 


1870 


Warren 


566 


do 


12, 264 


1878 


Warren 


^8D 


Warner 


q 668 


1877 


Waucoba 


6sA 


Inyo. 


til, 267 


187? 


Wellington . . . 


476 


Sierra Nevada . _ 


7,66? 


1876 


White Granite 


7SC 




7. 060 


1871; 


White Mountain 


570 


White Mountain 


/IA. 24^ 


/ 1878 


Fishermans Peak, or Mt. Whitney 


65A 


Sierra Nevada . 


flA.. 47O 


1 1879 
187 "; 


Williamson 


6<;A 


do 


t\&. ^60 


1875 


Workmans Hill 


7 3 C 




I. ^64 


187? 


COLORADO. 

^Eolus _ . 


6iC 


San Juan 


/I4, 211 


1875 


Agency Knob (Popes Nose) 


6iB 


Sierra Madre . 


12, 27"? 


1874 


Altar 


6iC 




13 2^4 


1874 


Antelope Butte . 


62C 


Wet Mountains 


o, 287 


1876 


Antoro 


6iB 


Sierra Madre 


11 4Q7 


1875 


Banded .. . _ 


698 


Navajo Mountains, San Juan 


12,824 


1875 


Basaltic 


6iB 




II, 565 


1873 


Belleville 


6iC 


Pagosa Mountains 


8, x8^ 


1874 


Bellevue 


6iD 


Del Norte Mountains 


12,673 


1874 
















134 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Elaine 


6iC 


Unaweep . 


/I4, 249 


1875 


Boulder 


6iC 


Pagosa Mountains 


12,417 


1874 


Bristol Head 


6iC 


San Juan 


312,638 


1871; 


Bross 


S2D 


Park 


/1 4, 280 


1878 


Buffalo 


<nc 


Kenosha . 


til, 326 


1873 


Buffalo 


6iB 


Park 


i^, 320 


1873 


Buffalo (Hunchback) 


6iC 


San Juan 


13, 755 


1874 


Canby 


6iC 


Del Norte Mountains 


13, 356 


1874 


Cap Butte 


6aA 


Front 


9, 317 


1876 


Carbon 


6iA 


West Elk ... . 


12,078 


1877 


Cathedral 


6iA 


do 


tn, 169 


1877 


Cerro Blanco 


62C 


Sangre de Cristo . _ 


14, 270 


f 1874 
J 1875 


Chalk 


6iB 


Saguache ._ 


14,041 


(. 1876 
'873 


Chama _ _ _ . _ 


6gB 


Navajo Mountains, San Juan. _ 


12, 248 


1874 


Cheops Pyramid (Signal Butte) 


s^c 


Front 


9,487 


1876 


Christ 


C-3C 


do 


9,68q 


1876 


Cochetopa Dome 


6ii> 




til, 673 


1873 


Conejos 


6oB 


San Juan . . . 


13, 347 


1874 




6gB 


do 


12. e.Q6 


1874 


Craig __ _ 


5^C 


Kenosha 


aio, 261 


1873 


Crested Butte 


6iA 


West Elk . 


ti i, 944 


1877 


Cuerno Verde 


62C 


Wet Mountains 


12, 305 


f 1874 


Cuerno Verde, timber line 


62C 




12,074 


I 1876 
1876 


Culebra 


7oA 


Culebra 


14.. O4Q 


f 1874 


DelNorte Hill... 


6iD 


Del Norte Mountains. 


8,218 


1 I87S 
1874 


Del Norte 


6iD 


do 


13,084 


1874 


Del Norte, foot of . 


6iD 


do . . 


ii, in 


1874 


Deer 


r?C 


Kenosha 


10, 716 


1876 


Deer 


#P 


Wet Mountains 


Hi 517 


1876 


Dome ._ __ ._ 


62C 


do 


tio, 125 


1876 


Dunns 


6iC 


San Miguel Mountains 


111 1O2 


1875 


Elbert 


S2D 




14, 101 


1870 


Eighteen-Mile (locally Castle) 


6iC 


San Juan 


12,278 


1874 


Engineer 


6iC 


do 


Hi 277 


1874 


Evans 


S2D 


Front 


14, 321 


1873 


Evans Plateau, timber line 


?2D 




II, 723 


'873 


Farnum 


c-,C 


Kenosha 


12, 264 


1875 


Fishers 


7oA 


Raton Mountains 


9, 639 


1874 


Fourth of July Hill . 


6iA 




9,656 


1876 


Frustum 


6iC 


San Juan 


tlT,, 891 


1875 


Frustum _ 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


14, 173 


1873 


Gibson 


6iD 


do . 


13,729 


'873 


Glacier _ 


6iC 


San Miguel Mountains 


14, 243 


1874 


Gothic . 


6iA 


West Elk 


tl 2, 49! 


1877 


Grays 


<!2D 


Front 


14,411 


1873 


Gunmson ... 


6iA 


West Elk 


12, 242 


1877 


Gunnison, foot of 


6iA 


do 


8,207 


1877 


Handle 


6iC 


Lake Fork Mountains 


H, 140 


1875 


Harvard . . . 


6iB 


Sierra Madre 


14, 152 


1873 


Horn 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


I"?, 447 


1873 


Horsefly 


6iA 


Uncompahgre Plateau 


IO, SO4 


1877 


Horsefly, southwest of 


6iA 


do 


Oi O.'M 


1877 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



135 



locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Ilumboldt 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 




1876 


Humboldt, timber line 


6iD 




1 1 810 


1876 


Hunchback (Buffalo) 


6iC 


Florida Crags 




l87C 


Hunts 


6iB 


Sierra Madre 




l87A 


Hurricane,. 


6iC 


San Juan 


I ^ C(jC 


1874. 


Kendall 


6iC 


do 




1874 


Lands-end. . 


6iA 


West Elk 


llQ 772 


1877 


La Plata 


6iC 


La Plata . . 


1-3 -116 


l87S 


Las Tapiacitas 


6oA 




8 810 


1874. 


Leon 


C 2 C 


Grand Mesa 


ii 218 


1877 


Lincoln 


S2D 


Park 


J\A 4C6 


1873 


Little Crestones 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


I -i i no 


1876 


Little Crestones, timber line._ . 


6iD 




12, IO7 


1876 


Lone Butte 


62C 




/8 666 


1876 


McClellan 


520 


Front 


1 1 84.2 


187^ 


Macomb 


6iC 


Pagosa Mountains 




187? 


Marcellina . 


6iA 


West Elk 


I I ^IQ 


1877 


Mears 


6iC 


San Miguel 


I ^, OOQ 


1871; 


Meigs (Summit) 


6iD 


San Juan 


I "? 1Q1 


187? 


Murderers Mesa (Cannibal Plat- 


6iC 


do_ 


12, 310 


1874 


eau). 
Music 


6zC 


Sangre de Cristo 


t\-\ 2QI 


1876 


Needle _ 


62A 


Front 


Q, 46"? 


1876 


Ohio 


6iA 


West Elk . . . 


t\ 2, 292 


1877 


Owens 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


I "?. 1OQ 


187? 


Pagosa 


6iC 


Pagosa Mountains. 


12, 676 


187? 


Pass 


6iC 


Front 


I T.. OQ2 


1874 


Peak 1 6 miles northeast of Ro- 


62C 


Wet Mountain 


10, 142 


1874 


sita. 
Peak between Forks of Hard- 


62C 


do 


/jo, 284 


1876 


scrabble Creek. 
Peak south of Music Pass 


62C 


Sangre de Cristo 


t\ 2, 385 


1876 


Pikes (altitude from Signal Serv- 


62A 


Front 


/1 4, 147 


1876 


ice, U. S. A.). 
Pilate 


62A 


do 


tl 2, 42O 


1876 


Pisgah . 


62A 


.do. 


10, 487 


1876 


Pisgah, Little 


62A 


do 


10, 027 


1876 


Pole Creek 


6iC 


San Juan 


ti 3, 804 


187? 


Princeton .. _ 


6iB 


Saguache 


14,041 


1873 


Prospect 


6oB 




Q, QOQ 


1874 


Pyramid 


62A 


Front 


0, 7^O 


1876 


Quadrate 


62A 


do 


10. 8?"? 


1876 


Ked Bluffs 


62C 


Wet Mountains 


10, 980 


1876 


Red Cloud 


6iC 


Lake Fork Mountains 


14,093 


187? 


Red Mountain 


6iB 


Saguache 


13,323 


1873 


Red Mountain (Timberline) 


6iB 




n, 746 


1871 


Red 


6iA 




12, 6ll 


1877 


Red 


6iC 


Unaweep 


t\ I, 123 


187? 


Red 


yoA 


Culebra 


11,625 


1874 


Rito Alto 


6iB 


Sangre de Cristo 


13, 561 


1876 


Rito Alto (Timber line) 


6iB 




II, 817 


1876 


Rocky Butte 


6iB 




8,508 


1877 


Rosa 


62A 


Front 


/II, 572 


1876 


Rosalie 


52D 


Park 


14, 236 


1873 


St. Charles 


62C 


Wet Mountains 


tl I, 746 


1876 













136 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Saw-tooth 


6iA 


Tongue Mesa _. 


'H,372 


1877 




6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


13,599 


1876 




6iD 




1 1 , 940 


1876 




6iC 


San Juan -_ 


14, 056 


1874 


Slate 


6iA 


Elk 


'12,857 


1877 




6aC 


Sangre de Cristo 


12,790 


1871; 




6aC 


do 


13,718 


1874 




6iC 


San Juan 


14, 03* 


1874 




6iC 


do 


/i3,50i 


1875 




6iA 


Elk 


ii 2, 949 


1877 




6iA 


West Elk 


12, 190 


1877 




6iD 


Sangre de Cristo _ 


14, 198 


1871 




S2D 


Park 


H, j80 


1873 




7oA 


Culebra 


I3,6ll 


f 1874 




6iB 


Saguache 


"1,389 


1 1875 

1875 


Tyndall ._- 


62C 


Wet Mountain 


9,482 


1876 




6iC 


San Juan 


14, 408 


f 1874 

J 1871; 


Veta 


62C 


Veta Mountains 


11,654 


1 1877 
1874 




6iD 


San Juan 


13,977 


igyr 


West Elk 


6iA 


West Elk 


13, IO2 


1877 


West Point 


6oD 


San Miguel 


tl 2, 635 


187? 


White 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


13, 156 


1873 


White Rock 


6iA 


Elk 


'I3,36l 


1877 




6iC 


San Juan . . . 


14,309 


1875 


Wulsten 


6iD 


Sangre de Cristo 


13,659 


1871 




6iC 


San Juan 


/I4, 062 


187; 


Yale 


6iB 


Saguache _ . 


14, 121 


l87^i 


Yellow 


6iC 




I3,6l8 


1874 


IDAHO. 


4.IA 


Wahsatch 


7,282 


1877 


Badger 


32C 




6,389 


1877 




32C 




8,359 


1877 


Basin Point 


12C 




5,791 


1877 


Black Pine 


41 A 




9,386 


1877 


Bloomington 


4iB 


Bear River _ _ . 


9- 354 


1877 


Bonneville 


T2D 


Port Neuf 


at), 200 


1877 


Big Butte 


32A 




7,659 


1877 


Cache 


4iA 


Raft River 


10,451 


1877 


Castle Rock 


4lB 


Bear River 


9, 611 


1877 


Cedar Creek 


\2C 




7,586 


1877 


Cone Butte, three-fourths mile 


416 




5, 215 


1877 


west of Franklin. 
Deep Creek 


?2C 




8,818 


1877 


Eyrie 


4iA 




9,458 


1877 


Fountain (north side) 


32D 


Port Neuf 


08,900 


1877 


Lane Butte 


72D 




07,822 


1877 


Meades.. . 


32D 




aio, 541 


1877 


Montpelier 


416 




08,438 


1877 


Ogden, No. 2 


4iA 




9, 343 


1877 


Oxford . 


4iB 


Port Neuf 


9,3^6 


1877 


Pillar Butte 


t,2C 




e i, WI 


1877 


Pisgah 


-?2D 




09, 695 


1877 


Putnam 


320 


Port Neuf 


8,905 


1877 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



137 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


IDAHO Continued. 
Sedgwick 


!2D 


Port Neuf 



9, 207 


1877 


Sherman 


320 


Bear River 


9,572 


1877 


"The Capitol" 


4iA 




7,877 


1877 


NEVADA. 
Abbie 


47D 


Washoe Mountains 


7, 440 


1876 


American Flat 


47D 


do 


6,659 


1877 




48C 




7 38 


1876 


Bare 


6?B 


Bare Mountain 


6, 07o 


1875 


Basalt 


57 A 




6, 599 


1876 


Basalt Hill 


47 D 


Washoe Mountains 


6, 180 


1877 


Birchim 


48D 


Reese River 


10, 408 


( 1876 


Bismarck 


47D 


Pine Nut 


^7, 604 


1 1878 
1876 


Black Rock (Railroad Peak) ... 


4?D 


Washoe Mountains 


5,436 


1877 


Borax Flat, peak northeast of 


57 A 




6,651 


1876 


Brown Knob 


48C 




6, 202 


1876 


Bull Run ... 


4oC 




9,041 


1871 


Bunker Hill 


48D 


Toyabe 


I I , 404 


1876 


Butler . . 


4?D 


Washoe Mountains 


7,525 


1877 


Caledonia Hill 


47 D 


do .. 


5,860 


1877 


Cedar Hill (highest point) 


47D 


do 


7, 304 


1876 


Chalk Wells 


48D 




7,604 


1876 


Charleston 


66C 


Spring Mountain 


10, 874 


1869 


Churchill Butte 


47 D 




6,009 


1876 


Cleaver 


48C 




ad, 682 


1876 


Como 


47D 


Pine Nut 


O, OI7 


f 1876 


Cory 


57A 


Walker River 


II, 326 


\ '877 
1878 


Cowlcs 


48D 




o, QSo 


1876 


Davidson . . . _. _ 


47D 


Davidson 


7, 941 


1876 


Desatoya 


48D 


Desatoya 


Q, O2I 


1876 


Division 


l8D 


Granite 


8,585 


1877 


East McClellan 


47 D 


Washoe Mountains 


6, 181 


1877 


Emigrant Pass 


48D 




7,876 


1876 


Emma 


47D 


Flowery Ridge 


6,479 


1876 


Emma Point, northwest of. 


47 D 


do 


6, 225 


1876 


Fairview 


48C 


Toano 


8,412 


1876 


Flowery 


47 D 


Flowery Ridge 


6,650 


1876- 


"Forty-nine".. _ _. . 


38B 




7,498 


1877 


Frenchs 


48D 


Toyabe 


10, 779 


1876 


Gass 


66D 


Las Ve^as 


6, 200 


1869 


Genoa . . 


47D 


Lake Tahoe 


9. 156 


1876 


Geneva 


48D 


Toyabe 


10, 708 


( 1876 


Grafton 


S8B 


Schell Creek 


10, 964 


I 1878 
1869 


Granite 


38D 


Granite 


8,990 


1877 


Grant 


48C 




9,965 


1876 


Grape Vine 


6<;B 


Grape Vine Mountains 


8, 528 


1875 


Justice Hill .. 


47D 


Washoe Mountains 


5, 770 


1877 


Kate . . 


47D 


Flowery Ridge 


6, 141 


1877 


Lodi 


57 A 




6,486 


1876 


Lone Butte, north of Carson 


48C 




4, 201 


1876 


Lake. 
Lyon 


47D 


Pine Nut 


8,794 


( 1876 










\ '877 



138 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 
TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEVADA Csntinued. 
McClellan 


47D 


Washoe Mountains 


7 r -32 


1876 


McClellan Cone 


47D 




11,802 


1876 


Mahogany (formerly North 


38D 


Granite 


8, 7,61, 


1877 


Granite). 
Marlette . .... 


47D 


Lake Tahoe 


8,631 


1876 


Monument Hill 


38D 




6, 734 


1877 


Mount Airy Mesa 


48D 




#7. ^QO 


1876 


Newberry 


74B 




a'l, 7QC 


is?? 


Northeast Base Peak 


47D 


Flowery 


7, 100 


1876 


Olcott ______ 


66C 


Spring Mountain 


7, 074. 


i860 


Ophir Hill 


47 D 


Washoe Mounta ns 


7,861 


1877 


Painted Mesa 


4CC 




6,027 


1876 


Paradise _ ._ _ 


S7B 




8,662 


1876 


Park 


576 




8,670 


1876 


Peavine 


47 D 


Sierra Nevada 


8 281 


1876 


Pilot Knob 


4oD 


Gosiute 


10, 7<;8 


1878 


Piute or Pah-ute 


3 9 C 




8 618 


1877 


Poston (Davies) 


57B 


Toyabe 


n, 978 


( 1876 


Prometheus 


48D 


do 


8, 144 


1 1878 
( 1876 


Quartz 


S8C 


Pahranagat 


8. 7OO 


I 1878 
i860 


Rawe 


4?D 


Pine Nut 




1876 


Rose (Mount Rose) .. 


47 D 


Lake Tahoe 


jo, 820 


1876 


Rose 


47D 


Flowery Ridge 


6, 714 


1877 


Rose Knob.. 


47D 


Tahoe 


Q, 40 2 


1876 


Sharp Point 


47D 




7 186 


1876 


Silver City . 


47 D 


Washoe Mountains 


6, 73Q 


1877 


Sinkwater .... 


4 8C 




7, 511 


1876 


Slate 


48C 


Fairview 


7. II c 


1876 


Spanish 


47D 


Virginia 


7, 402 


1876 


State Line 


47 B 


Sierra Nevada 


8 4cx 


1876 


Sugar-loaf _. 


47D 


Flowery Ridge 


6. 746 


1876 


Sugar-loaf, bare peak west of 


47D 


do 


<>, Q7^ 


1876 


Sugar-loaf, rocky peak west of 


47D 


... do ... 


">, <m 


1876 


Tarogqua . 


48C 


Pahute 


8, 772 


1876 


Tibbie . 


47 D 


Flowery Ridge 


7 ?8l 


1876 


Tolicha 


6<;B 




7. O22 


IS?? 


Tohakum 


47 B 


Lake 


8, 174 


1877 


Toyabe... 


48D 


Toyabe 




1876 


Tutib 


48C 


Natchez 


7 062 


1876 


Union, formerly Wheeler 


586 


Snake 


I ^, 061 


1860 


Worthington 


<;8C 


Worthington Mountains 


8 4OO 


1869 


NEW MEXICO. 
Abiquiu 


6gD 


Valles 


1 1 241 


1874 


Agua Azul, peak southwest of 


77A 




Q. "347 


187-5 


Agua Fria 


7oC 




2*10 965 




Animas 


84C 


Mimbres 


6 106 


1878 


Baldy (Elizabethtowu) 


7oA 


Costilla . 


1 2, 49 1 


1874 


Baldy (Santa Fe) 


6gD 


Santa Fe . 


12, 661 


1874 


Bear 


830 


Diablo 


8 081 


1873 


Bernal Hill... 


78A 




7. O2Q 


187? 


Black 


7oC 


Cimarron 


IO QOO 


1874 


Black .. 


84C 


Mimbres 


8 QIO 


1878 


Block Hill 


84C 




7, 217 


1878 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Brazos 


6qB 


San Juan 


II, 212 


1874 


Caballo Cone (i) 


S-j-C 




/7. 751 


1877 


Caballo Cone (2) 


84C 


do . 


6,057 


1878 


Cabezon . 


77A 




'7 8 97 


1874 


Capitan 


85 A 




10, 023 


1877 


Cerro Alesna 


77A 




fj, 372 


1874 


Cerro Colorado 


84B 




5,654 


1877 


Cerro Escobas 


77B 




8,278 


1874 


Cerro Orejas 


6oB 




7, 707 


1874 


Cerro Pelon . 


77B 


Placer Mountains 


6,939 


1875 


Cerro Roblado .. 


84C 




'5. 798 


1878 


Cerro Tecolote 


77D 




7, 254 


1877 


Chasco Knoll .. . 


68D 




8,803 


1873 


Cibolo Hill 


7?D 




6,472 


1876 


Compass ... 


6oB 




10,460 


1874 


Cone 


6gD 


Santa Fe 


ai2, 690 


1875 


Cone " B," east of San Ysidro 


77B 




7,031 


1873 


Cookes _ _ 


84C 


Cookes 


aS, 330 


1878 


Costilla 


7oA 


Cimarron _" 


12,615 


1875 


Costilla, first high point north of 


7oA 




a 1 2, 062 


1875 


Costilla, second high point north 


7oA 




all, 822 


1875 


of. 
Cow Spring Pyramid 


84C 


Antelope Plains 


S.768 


1878 


Cubero Butte 


77A 




6,820 


1873 


Cuervo 


78A 




5,462 


1875 


Cuervito Hill . 


?8A 




5, 128 


1875 


Culebra 


77C 




6,992 


1876 


Eagle 


8^B 


Tulerosa 


9, 791 


1873 


East Carrizo Cone 


846 


Carrizo ., 


7,976 


1877 


Fairview Hill 


84C 




6,589 


1878 


Florida 


goA 




7,295 


1878 


Fort Wingate (old), peak south 


77A 




8,544 


873 


of. 
Fra Cristobal - 


84A 


Fra Cristobal 


6,646 


1877 


Gallinas 


6qD 


Gallinas 


9, 798 


1874 


Garcia 


77C 




9,920 


1876 


Goodsight . 


84C 




6, 06 1 


1878 


Hanover. 


84C 




7, 396 


1878 


Hacheta 


8oB 




8,352 


1878 


Hendricks . 


84C 


Mimbres 


7,574 


1878 


Jlillsboro 


84C 


do 


10, 061 


873 


Horse 


84A 


Sierra Hacheta 


9.434 


1878 


Hurricane Rock . 


84C 




6,479 


1878 


Hosta Butte 


77A 




8,815 


1873 


Jacks 


846 


Jicarilla 


a li 53 


1877 


emez 


77B 


Nacimiento 


8,569 


1874 


Kneeling Jesus Bluff 


84C 


Santa Rita Mountains 


<*7. 93 


1873 


Ladrones 


TjC 


Ladrones _ 


9,214 


1876 


Lake 


6gD 


Santa Fe 


12,405 


1873 


La Lacha 


8oB 


Las Animas 


6,527 


1878 


Las Cuatas 


77A 




'7>79 


1874 


Las Truchas 


6gD 


Santa Fe 


"3. 'S 


1874 


Laughlins 


7oA 




8,950 


1875 


Little Crater, west of Rio Grande 


77B 




6,215 


1873 


Lone Mountain 


84C 




5,986 


1878 




84A 


Magdalena 


10, 798 


1876 


Manzano Cone 


77D 


Manzano __- 


8,828 


1876 













140 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 


77D 


Manzano _ 


a 1 0,086 


1876 




78A 




5,998 


1875 


Mesa Chupaines, south end 


78A 




6,598 


1876 


Mesa Cueva 


78A 




5,982 


1875 




78A 




6,820 


1871; 


Mesa Pina, west end 


78A 




5, 715 


1875 


Mimbres Head 


840 


Mimbres 


9,823 


1878 




8iB 


Mogollon 


9, 725 


1873 


Mora 


7oC 


Mora 


12,020 


1874 


Mosca . 


77D 


Manzano . ._ 


9, 723 


1876 


Needle Point, south 


68D 




6, 341 


1874 


Niblack 


68D 




9, 436 


1875 




ooA 




?, 207 


1878 


Nogal . _ _ 


846 


Sierra Blanca . 


9,983 


1877 


Ocate Crater 


7oC 




8,903 


1874 


Organ 


840 


Organ . 


tc), 108 


1878 




8413 


Oscuro 


8,732 


1877 


Osha 


77D 


Manzano 


10,023 


1876 


Pedernal 


6gD 


Gallinas 


9, 799 


1874 


Pedernal 


77B 




7,580 


1876 


Pelado 


6aD 


Jemez 


n, 260 


1874 


Picacho 


9oA 




4,824 


1878 


Pinos Altos ... 


840 




8,128 


1878 


Placer 


776 


Placer 


8,965 


1876 


Pol v ad era 


7?C 




7,325 


1876 




77D 




6,628 


1876 


Rattlesnake Hill 


77D 


Animas Hills 


6,617 


1876 


Salinas 


846 


San Andreas 


9,039 


1877 




6oB 




10, 912 


1874 


San Mateo 


84A 


San Mateo 


10, 209 


1877 


Sandia 


77B 


Sandia .. 


10,609 


i373 


Santa Clara 


6gD 


Valles . 


'11,507 


f 1874 


Sierra Blanca 


846 


Sierra Blanca 


11,892 


1 i875 

1877 


Socorro 


77C 




7,281 


1876 


Solitario 


7oC 


Las Vegas ._ 


10, 258 


1874 


South Florida 


goA 




7,261 


1878 


South Oscuro 


846 


Oscuro 


8,732 


1877 


South Sandia 


776 


Sandia 


8,567 


1876 


Sunday Cone 


840 




6,030 


'873 


Taos 


7oA 


Taos. . __ . . 


13,099 


f 1874 


Taos, cone east of 


7oA 




13,052 


\ l8 75 

1874 


Taylor 


77A 


San Mateo 


II, 391 


f 1873 
1 1874 


Tetilla 


77 B 




7,060 


I 875 
1873 


Tres Hermanos 


77C 




7, 151 


1873 


Truchas Peak 


6gD 


Santa Fe 


'13, 15 


1875 


Tunicha Mesa 


68D 




5,510 


1874 


United States Mountain 


6gD 




10, 734 


1874 


Ute 


6gB 




10, 152 


1874 


West Gallinas 


77D 


Turkey 


8,464 


1877 


West Jicarilla Cone _ 


846 


Jicarilla 


7,727 


1877 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE II. MOUNTAIN PEAKS Continued. 



141 



Locality and name of peak. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Range or group. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


OREGON. 


2oD 


Warner _. 


7,898 


1877 


Dalles Hill 


2OA 


Cascade 


I, 2IO 


1878 




28B 


do 


8,807 


1878 


Klikatat Hill 


nC 


Klikatat Mountains 


3,O7O 


1878 


Lolochewis 


3 8B 


Drew's Valley Mountains 


7,957 


1877 


Mesa Summit, West Warner 


2QD 




4, 894 


1877 


Valley. 


2OA 




";, 702 


1878 


North end 


^8B 


Warner 


8,472 


1877 


Pauline 


2gA 


Pauline Mountains 


7,387 


1878 


Pitt 


28D 


Cascade 


9,818 


1878 


Scott 


28D 


do 


9,016 


1878 




78B 


Warner 


8,416 


1877 


Timber Mountain 


2gC 


Rim Rock Mountains 


7, S'9 


1878 


Union 


28D 


Cascade ._. 


7,298 


1878 




2QD 




S. 7W 


1877 


TEXAS. 

North Franklin 


QOB 


Franklin 


7,070 


1878 


UTAH. 
Antelope Island Peak 


4iD 


Promontory 


6,660 


1877 


Baldy 


58 


Beaver 


II, 730 


1872 


Barton . 


4iD 


Wahsatch . 


9,854 


1877 




W 


Beaver 


1 1 , 894 


1872 


Blue Springs, formerly North 


4iA 


Promontory 


7, 131 


1877 


Promontory. 
Box Elder, formerly Logan 


4iB 


Wahsatch 


0, U2 


1877 


Citadel 


406 


Raft River 


7,784 


1878 


Clear Creek 


4iA 


do 


Q. I 32 


1877 


Conner, formerly T 


5oB 


Oquirrh . . 


0.007 


1877 


Deer - 


406 


Raft River 


**p" 

7,630 


1878 


Desert 


4oD 


Desert 


8, 171; 


1878 


Detour Mountain ... _. __ 


59 


Sevier . _ . . . . 


10, 359 


1872 


Hansel . . _ 


4iA 




6,266 


1877 


Kelton - 


4iA 


Clear Creek 


10, 045 


1877 


Kimballs (Nub) 


4iB 


Fair River .. 


7,778 


1877 


Lake Butte, near Laketown 


416 




a6, 346 


1877 


Little Promontory _ __ _. 


4iC 


Promontory 


4> 9'4 


1878 


Monte Cristo 


4iD 


Wahsatch 


Q. 217 


1877 


Naomi 


416 


Fair River 


Q, <KI 


1877 


Nebo . 


506 


Wahsatch 


I I , 999 


1872 


Newfoundland 


4iC 


Desert 


7, 046 


1878 


Newfoundland, peak east of 


4iC 


do 


6,845 


1878 


Observatory, formerly South 


4lD 


Wahsatch .. _. 


9,589 


1877 


Ogden. 
Ogden No. 2 (formerly North 


4iD 


do 


4, 276 


1877 


Ogden No. 2; also Willard). 
Ogden, formerly North Ogden 


4iD 


do 


9, 696 


1877 


Pilot 


4oD 


Ombe 


10, 900 




Promontory, formerly South 


4iC 


Promontory 


7,460 


1877 


Promontory. 
Piovo Mountains, north side . . 


SOB 


Wahsatch 


1 1 , 044 


1873 


Provo Mountains, south side 


5oB 


do 


I I , 066 


1873 


South Promontory ... 


4iC 


Promontory _ . 


7,075 


1878 


Thousand Lake Mountain 


?oB 




n, 125 


1872 













142 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 



TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


ARIZONA. 
Anvil Rock 


75 


5,354 


1871 


Bowers Ranch, near Prescott __ 


75 


4,412 


1871 


Bushs Ranches (San Francisco River) 


836 


07, 663 


1878 


Bushs Ranch (No. 3), San Francisco River 


836 


^7, 704 


1878 


Chloride . _ . 


74B 


4, 201 


1875 


Chriswells Ranch (Salt Springs on Rio Colorado Chiquito) 


y6D 


05.772 


1878 


Cienega Amarilla 


76D 


7, 179 


1878 


Colorado Chiquito Bridge 


8jD 


^5,600 


1878 


Colorado River (Southern Pacific Railroad crossing) 


74D 


671 


1875 


Cooleys Ranch 


83 


5,367 


1873 


Cosnino Caves (Colorado Chiquito Plateau) 


75 


6, 7/H 


1873 


Desert Station . .. _ 


82 


2, 135 


1871 


Fort Apache and Springerville Trail, divide. . ..... 


76D 


ag, 036 


1878 


Jacobs Well 


76 


6,065 




Jaycocks Ranch .. . . 


75 


6,814 


18-3 


La Pilla 


76D 


5, 850 


i78 


Liverpool Landing 


74D 


606 


1875 


Milligans Ranch, near Springerville . 


76D 


s7,oiS 


1878 


Nobmans Ranch (Quail Spring) 


74D 


3.735 


1875 


Nutrioso Creek and San Francisco River, divide 


836 


aS, 262 


1878 


Oraybe, three-quarters of a mile east of . 


68C 


4, 757 


18/3 


Painted Canon, entrance to 


74B 


746 


18/1 


Paria Canon, mouth of.. 


676 


3,018 


1873 


Picacho Station 


82 


J.75 


1871 


Picket Post 


83 


2,667 


1871 


Pipe Springs (Ast. Mon't) . 


67A 


5,397 


1872 


Prescott 


75 


5,319 


1871 


Prieto Crossing, Salt River 


l| 


5,333 


1873 


Pueblo Viejo (Safford post-office) 


83 


a2, 712 


1873 


Ruggs Ranch (Cienega) 


76D 


37,476 


1878 


Saint Johns __ 


76D 


05,650 


1878 


San Carlos Indian Agency ._ 


83A 


a2, 559 


1874 


Shungo-pah-we 


68C 


6,032 


1873 


Sunset Crossing (Rio Colorado Chiquito) 


76 


4,892 


f 1871 


Spears Ranch 


746 


68 1 


I '873 
1875 


Springerville (Beckers store) ' 


76D 


a6, 759 


1878 


Tegua (Moquis Town) 


68C 


6, 299 


1873 


Tucson 


8gA 


2,538 


1871 


Vigils Ranch . 


76D 


ao, 034 


1878 


Walls Ranch... 


76D 


08, 127 


1878 


Whitlocks Cienega 


830 


3,58o 


1873 


Williams Ranch (Nutriosa Creek) 


3B 


7,487 


1878 


CALIFORNIA. 
--Adobe Station, near Bakersfield 


7*A 


284 


187? 


Agua Caliente . 


8oB 


72C 


f 1875 


Alamo Station (S. P. R. R.) 


8iC 


/ 54 


1 1876 

1876 


Algodones . 


8iD 


/ i i.i 


1876 


Alturas. 


?8D 




1877 


Anaheim 


8iA 




1876 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 143 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and Name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Andrews (Southern Pacific Rai>road) . 


73C 


/ I , 264 


1878 




726 


359 


"875 




47 A 


03, 376 


1878 


" Armstrongs Ranch - 


56B 


5,o83 


; 1876 


Azusa - 


73C 


594 


i '877 
1878 




47B 


4,076 


1877 


Bagley and Slinkard Valleys, divide between 


566 


8,277 


1877 


Bakersfield, near Southern Pacific Railroad 


73A 


432 


/ 1875 


Bald Rock 




7,825 


i '878 
1878 




38D 


4, 679 


1877 




73A 


594 


1878 


Battle Creek Meadows (toll-gate) . . 


4?A 


4, 700 


1878 


Baxters Station (Sonora road) 


S6D 


4, 114 


1878 


Bear Valley (Bloods toll-house) 


S6B 


6,979 


( 5877 




";6D 


02, 088 


i 1878 
1878 


Bear Valley (Town Hotel) 


T\D 


6, 592 


1878 


Beaver Creek and North Fork Stanislaus, divide between, trail to 


?6B 


4, ?62 


1878 


Beaver Creek Crossing, trail to South Grove 


<;6B 


4,417 


1878 


Beckworth Store (post-office) _____ 


47 D 


4,887 


1876 


Bee Ranch , -_ .__ _ 


8oB 


al, 701 


1876 


Belle Mill 


4?A 


as, 68 I 


1878 


Bergman Station _ __ _ 


8oB 


1,807 


1876 


Berhings Store , . . - 


646 


4,974 


1878 


Bidwells Bar (South Fork Feather River) _ 


47C 


34 2 


1878 




S6D 


4, 234 


1878 


Big Meadows Creek (Big Tree road) 


56B 


6,464 


1878 


Big Meadows Ranch 


56B 


6,838 


1878 


Big Trees of Calaveras (Hotel) 


56B 


4, 730 


r 1877 


Big Trees of Calaveras (Cabin in South Grove) 


?6B 


4,820 


\ 1878 
1878 


Big Trees of Mariposa, "Grizzly Giant" 


560 


5,838 


1878 


Big Tree Tunnel (Oak Flat Road) 


56D 


5,794 


1878 


Blacks Ranch (Bull Creek) . _ 


S6D 


2,621 


1879 


Blackmorcs Ranch _ . . _ 


$6D 


172, 230 


1879 


Blackwood Creek, mouth of (Lake Tahoe) 


47 D 


6, 202 


1876 


Blodgetts (Old Morley Ranch) 


S6D 


216 


1879 


Blue Mountain City (abandoned) . . 


566 


4,613 


1879 


Bobbie Store (Mariposa road) 


$6D 


3,778 


1879 


Boca (Central Pacific Railroad) . _ _ _- _ _ 




5,530 


1876 


Bolds Ranch _ _ .. 


8oA 


141 


1875 


Boundary Stone Mon't, between California and Nevada, near Pine 
Station, Reno and Susanville Road 


47D 


5, 133 


1876 


Boundary Stone Mon't, between California and Nevada, near Verdi. 
Bower Cave House, North Fork Merced River 


47 D 
56D 


4,918 
02,360 


1876 
1879 


Boyds Ranch ._ 


6$A 


622 


1878 


Bridgeport (post-office) _ 


57A 


6,424 


/ 1877 


Bridgeport _ _. 


56D 


<*i,357 


i 187 
1878 


Bronco (Central Pacific Railroad) _ > 


47 D 




1876 


Brooks, head of Jess Valley . 


38D 


5,274 


1877 


Browns Flat 


56D 


1,964 


1878 


Browns Ranch _ _ _ _ 


73C 


i,758 


1878 











144 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Name and locality. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Buckeye Ranch (Stage Station) 




4, 938 


1878 




47 A 




1878 


Buena Vista 


56C 


3 2 3 


1879 


Buntingville, near Honey Lake , 


476 


4, 278 


1877 


Burst Rock 


56B 


9, '57 


1878 


Butte Creek Bridge -- 


47A 


4, 692 


1878 


Butte Creek Toll-gate 


47 A 


5,427 


1878 


Butte Creek House ._. 


47A 


5,758 


1878 


Butte Creek House and Longville, divide on road between 


47 A 


6, 706 


1878 


-Caliente (Southern Pacific Railroad) -, . 






/ 1875 


Camulos Ranch 


73C 


799 


\ '878 
>875 


Canebrake Ranch 


65C 


3,904 


1878 


Caples Ranch 


56B 


7,780 


1877 


Caribou Bridge (North Fork Feather River) 


47 A 


2,843 


1878 


Caribou Bridge and Kingsbury Ranch, divide on trail 


47 A 


4,628 


1878 




8iC 


466 


1876 


Carthage Landing (Owens Lake) 


6sC 


3,589 


1875 


Cascade Creek (Sonora road) 


56B 


6, 272 


1878 






1,934 


1878 


Cattle Ranch Painter Flat _ 


38D 




1877 


Cattle and San Antonio Canons, divide between 


7 3 D 


4,470 


1878 


Cedarville (Surprise Valley) 


386 


4,674 


1877 




47C 


502 


1878 




650 


3,656 


1875 


Chaparral House __ 


47A 


^5,076 


1878 


Chapman Ranch, Sierra Valley - 


47D 


4,992 


1878 


Charity Valley _ 


566 


7,844 


1877 


Chico Central Pacific Railroad, Oregon Division 


47 C 


/i 93 


{ 1878 


Chico (post-office) - 


47C 


'77 


I '879 

1877 




4?C 


175 


1878 




56D 


ai, 299 


1879 


Chiquito Meadows . -- 


56D 


6,690 


1879 


Chuckawalla _ _ 


8iA 


2,095 


/ 1875 


Cisco, site of old village * 


47D 


5,654 


1877 


Clarks (Big Tree Station) 


56D 


3,925 


f 1878 


Clarks Ranch, near Honey Lake 


476 


4, 028 


I '879 

1877 




46B 


281 


1878 


Colbys Ranch _ . - 


47 A 


4,990 


1878 


Colbys Ranch and Butte Creek Toll-house, divide on road _. 


47 A 


6,619 


1878 


Cold Spring Ranch 


4?C 


564 


1878 


Cold Spring Station 


56D 


3, 126 


1878 


Coldwater Canon, mouth of . _ - 


8oB 


1,320 


1876 


Coles Ranch _. 


64B 


I, 221 


1878 


Coleville . 


566 


5, 190 


1877 




73D 


808 


1878 


Columbia (post-office) 


56B 


2, '57 


1878 


Concow Valley Reservoir 


4?C 


2,022 


1878 


Conejo Ranch _ 


73C 


579 


1878 


Conejo and Triunfo Creeks, divide between _ 




887 


1878 




73 A 


2,885 


1875 


Coopers Ranch, near Castle Rock Peak - 


56B 


8,406 


1878 


Copperopolis (Dutch Harrys Ranch) _ 


56C 


1,015 


1878 


Coso 


650 


5,884 


1875 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 145 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Cottonwood Ranch _ ' 


730 


2, 397 


1875 


Cottomvood Station (Mohave River) 


7 3 D 


2,488 


187? 


Coulterville _ 


56D 


1,665 


1878 


Cow Creek Ranch (Sonora road) 


56B 


'J, 00=; 


1878 


Cow and Herrin fr Creeks, divide between 


56B 


6, 729 


1878 


Coxs Cabin - 


73D 


5,329 


1878 


Coyote Hole (Sta^e Station) 


73 A 


3,368 


1878 


Crane Mat - - 


56D 


6,054 


1878 




64B 


3, 185 


1878 




47A 


3, 306 


1878 


Cress Ranch , _-._.- 


47 A 


5, 157 


1878 


Crimea House . 


56D 


I, 222 


1879 


Crows Ranch (Red Clover Valley) 


47 B 


5,464 


1876 


Cucamon^a ,__ 


73D 


1,248 


1875 




73C 


5,278 


1871; 


Camulos Ranch 


73C 


799 


1875 


Cunninghams Ranch __ .._ 


56D 


0387 


1879 




65 D 


4, 840 


187? 


Davis Ranch 


56D 


284 


1879 


Deatli Valley "reatest depression measured 


650 


no 


1871; 


Densers Station (Amador road) 


566 


2, 922 


1878 


Diamond Valley (Thompsons Ranch) __ 


56B 


5,482 


1877 


Doons Saw-mill _ _ _ _ 


47 A 


3,420 


1878 


Dos Palmas , 


8iA 


IO3 


/ I87S 


Dry Well Station 


8iB 


625 


X 1876 
1876 


Dunnin^s Ranch (Reno and Susanville road) _ 


4?B 


4,571 


1871 


Dumonts Meadows (Carson River, East Fork) 


566 


6,817 


1877 


Dusys Ranch on Dinky Creek 


6sA 


5, 542 


1878 


Dutch Henrys Ranch _ _ 


73C 


i, 195 


1875 


Dutch Hill Mining Camp, near Prattville 


47 A 


4,692 


1878 


Dutch Valley (Gallanars Ranch) 


566 


5, 277 


1877 


Eagle Meadows _ _ 


S6D 


7,071 


1879 


Ea"leville 


38D 


4,632 


1877 


East Walker River, west branch, Sonora road crossing 


566 


7,019 


1877 


Ehrenberg, Colorado River, opposite 


8iB 


408 


f >875 


Eisen Vineyard. _ 


646 


358 


\ 1876 
1878 


Eleven-mile Station (Mariposa road) 


5&D 


5,567 


1878 


Elizabeth Lake (post-office) 


73C 


3,317 


1876 


Elliott Ranch (Henness Pass road) __ __ 


470 


6,298 


1876 


El Paso Mines Tunnel 


73B 


4, 113 


1875 


Encino Ranch 


1 73C 


772 


f i87S 


Encino and Sepulveda Canon, divide between.. _ 


73C 


I, 310 


\ '878 
1878 


Essex (Central Pacific Railroad) 


47D 


/4, 938 


1876 


Eureka Valley (Hays Station) 


S6B 


5,958 


1877 


Fears Station (Caion Canon).. 


7 3 D 


3,278 


/ i87S 


Fish Valley 


<;6B 


8, 191 


\ 1878 

1877 


Fish Valley and Silver Creek, divide between 


$6B 


9,966 


1877 


Fitzhugh Creek, crossing of road . 


38D 


4,431 


1877 


Five-mile House 


7lC 


429 


1875 


Flea Valley. 


47 A 


3,655 


1878 


Fletcher's Ranch 


386 


4,819 


1877 


Flints Ranch (Sierra Valley) 


47 D 


4,812 


1876 


Fords Ranch (Indian Valley) . .. .. ._ 


47A 


3,518 


1878 











1874 WH- 



-10 



14G BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Fornis Ranch (Pilot Creek) 


S6B 


A 2*C 


.Q.TT 


Forest Ranch 






IO 7/ 

.0-0 


Forsees Ranch 


7^D 


i eg? 


l878 


Fosters Ranch 


?6B 


2 Hi 


iR^S 


Fosters Station (Amador road) .. . 


t|6B 


3 26^ 


1878 


French Gulch 


56D 


I 8-12 


1878 


Frenchmans Cove 


47B 


c c6c 


lS-7(S 


Frenchmans Cove and Dixie Creek, divide between 






1876 


French Meadows 


47 D 


5 081 


1877 


Fresno (Astronomical Monument) 


646 




1878 


Fresno Flat, near 


i;6D 




1870 


Fresno Flat (post-office) 


646 


2 IQ2 


1878 


Fulsom and Halls Ranch 


56B 


4, 282 


1878 


Furnace Creek, camp at 






f 1871 


General Stonemans House 


7^C 




1 1875 

1878 


Georgetown Junction 


566 




/ 1877 


Glendale 






t 1878 


-Glenville... 


65 C 


9 9 2 4 


1575 


Gold Spring (Jollys) Ranch... 


56D 


394 


1575 
f 1878 


Goodrichs Ranch 




A 88? 


I 879 

.0-0 


Gorman Ranch 


7?P 


? 8-78 




Granite Station 


76^ 

7lA 


3' 3 S 




Grapevine Ranch 


77D 


J > 744 


ifi-r 


Grays Ranch 




7 iSS 


I8 /5 

r o-u 


Grays Ranch . 


56D 


J> J 




Greenville (post-office) 


X7A 


37 


1579 

.0^0 


Grenos Ranch (Upper Long Valley) 


4?B 


544 
A 187 


1877 


Greys Ranch . 


7"?C 


T 7&7 


l87C 


Halfway House (Big Tree road) 


56B 


3 7cS 


IO 75 
1878 


Hams Station (Amador road) 


56B 




1878 


Hanlons Ferry (Colorado River) 


8iD 




lS7C 


Harts Ranch 


A7A 




IO 75 

T C-Q 


Havilah.. . 






,0-Q 


Hazel Green . 


56D 


'y-* 


f 1878 


Hazel Valley Settlement 


56B 


55 


I 1879 

7877 


Hennessys Bridge (South Fork Merced River) 


<;6D 


I 822 


1077 
1870 


Hermit Valley 


rAR 




/ 1877 


Hetch-Hetchy Valley 


56D 


7>39 


I '878 

f 1878 


Hickmans Ranch, near Georgetown 




3>4^9 


I 1879 

1878 


Highland Lakes, divide between 


566 


8 646 




Kites Cove Mining Village 


560 




i&7/ 


Hite Mine 


ef\T\ 




1079 


Hodgdons Meadows (Bransons Meadows, by Whitney) 


5&D 




1879 

1878 


Honey Lake and Indian Valley, divide between 


4.7 A 


6 A28 


1878 


Hornitos 


5&D 




.0-0 


Horns Ranch, near Observation Peak 


38D 




1877 


Horsleys Camp (Amador road) 


566 


3 860 


1878 


Hotchkiss Ranch 


56A 






Hot Springs (Lake T ahoe) 


/17D 


a2, 931 


1077 
1876 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 147 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Hot Springs (Stage Station) 


73A 


02, 398 


1875 


Hughes Ranch 


73C 


3,222 


1878 


Humbug Ranch ( Little Humbug Valley) 


47A 


4,847 


1878 


Hunters Ranch , , 


65 B 


6,275 


875 


Huntington (Mohave River) 


73D 


2,899 


875 


Hupps Saw-mill . . 


47A 


02, 667 


1878 


Htisselkus Ranch (Genesee Valley) 


47A 


a 3, 6 35 


1878 


Hydes Union Saw-mill _ 


6sA 


5,288 


1878 


Illinois Ranch ._ . 


5&B 


1,759 


1877 


Indian Gulch (post-office) 


56D 


95' 


1879 


Indian Settlement, near Tejon Reservation 


73^ 


2, 137 


1875 


Indian Valley .. __ 


S6B 


8,034 


1877 


Indian Wells 


f6 5 C 

USD 


2,608 


1875 


Inskip Toll-gate (post-office) 


1 73A 
173B 

47A 


4,808 


1878 


Ivanpah __ . . _ 


74A 


4,238 


f 1871 


Jackson Ruins (Henness Pass road) 


47D 


"i,Q8o 


1 1875 
1876 


Jacksonville Hotel 


S6D 


#602 


1870 


Tanesville ___ 


47B 


(74, "?86 


1877 


Jellies Ranch 


466 


360 


1878 


lewetts Ranch, near Breckenridge Mountain 


7^A 


3~ 

5.601 


1878 


Johnsons Ranch .. . 


65A 


3, 7 


1875 


Johnsons Ranch 


8oA 


AA 


187? 


Johnsons Ranch, on Gold Run _ 


4.7A 


4, 170 


1878 


(ohnsons Ranch (Prosser Creek) 


47 D 


?. 64.^ 


1876 


Johnsons Ranch, near Sentinel Peak 


6D 


";,oi? 


1871; 


Jordan Mine (Panamint Range). _ 


6SD 


t$, 22? 


1875 


Junction House, near Bidwells Bar 


47 C 


?. ?62 


1878 


Junction House, near Beckworth Pass_ 


47 D 


->' J 
4, D7Q 


1876 


Kelso Valley, ranch in 


7 3 A 


4, On 


1875 


Kemville 


65C 


2, ?<;o 


187? 


Kevstone House _______ 


56D 


a 1 , 093 


1879 


Kimshew Settlement 


47A 


4,992 


1878 


Kincjids Ranch 


7^D 


I. 771 


1875 


Kingsburys Mining Claim, orchard near. 


47 A 


2,678 


1878 


Kirkwoods Ranch 


566 


a~j, 677 


1877 


La Bayonne . 


8oA 


16 


1875 


La Grange (post- office) .. 


<;6D 


O222 


1879 


Laguna Ranch 


7?C 


120 


1875 


Lake City . 


?8B 


4, 624 


1877 


I,a Motte Ranch ... __ 


6SC 


6,461 


1875 


Lanes Upper Crossing (Mohave River) 


7?D 


2,819 


1875 


I^ankershim Ranch 


T\C 


68 


1878 


Lassens Grave (Honey- Lake Valley) . 


4?A 


4,281 


1878 


I^ast Chance Creek and Milford, divide between 


476 


5, 999 


1876 


Las Posas Ranch . . _ 


7 3 C 


258 


1878 


Lauers Ranch (Parker Creek) . . __ . . 


38D 


^5,964 


1877 


Laughton and Sierra Valleys, divide between 


47 D 


7,075 


1876 


Leachs Point (Astronomical monument) 


7?B 


3, 619 


I 1871 


Lewis Ranch 


648 


966 


1 1875 
1878 


Liebre Ranch . . 


7lC 


2,756 


1878 











148 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Lillies Ranch .. 


56B 
73C 

47A 
65 A 
47A 
47A 
47A 
73C 
73C 
73C 
73C 
8iA 
47A 
47 D 
47 D 
47D 
73C 
73C 
56D 

73D 
73D 

56B 
3 8D 
47B 
56D 
73C 
73 A 
47B 
47 D 
56D 
73C 
47 B 
56D 
56B 
65A 
56D 
47A 
73D 
73D 
646 
56D 
56B 
47B 
566 
47A 
47 D 
56C 
47A 
56B 
56B 
566 

566 
56B 
56B 


3, 6 47 
1,693 
3,848 
3,810 

4, 39 
5,092 

4,356 
3,248 
305 
/2go 
/ 3 I2 
203 
6,310 

4,949 
5,415 

6, 212 

i,397 

i,57 
8,575 
1,891 

8,311 

3,98i 

5,297 
4,420 
5,004 
5,594 
3,715 
4,469 
6, 232 
4,499 
4 
5,039 
1,962 

5,525 
5,928 
1,927 
4,484 
2,055 
6,294 
/I 7 i 
0360 

3, 29" 
124, 204 
6,467 
4,055 
5,845 
376 
4,285 
7,273 
2,436 
2,834 

2, 196 

8,157 
2,092 


1878 
1878 
1878 

1875 
1878 
1878 
1878 

1875 
1875 
1880 

1875 
1875 
1878 
1876 
1876 
1876 
1875 
1875 
1878 
1878 
1878 

1877 
1877 
1876 
1879 

1875 
1878 
1877 
1876 
1878 

1875 
1876 
1878 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1878 

1875 
1878 
1878 

1879 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1876 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1878 
1878 

1878 
1878 
1878 


Lions Head 


Lomo _ . 


Lone Pine __ . ... 


Longville (Humbu^ Valley) 


Longville and Miller's, divide on road 


Loomis Ranch 


Lopez Ranch 


Los Angeles, curb at No. 79 Main street 


Los Angeles (southern Pacific Railroad) .. . . 


Los Angeles ( Rendezvous Camp) .. 


Los Toros 


Lots Diggings 


Loyalton (Lewis Ranch) 


Loyalton and Truckee Road Toll-gate 


Lusks Ranch (Lake Tahoe), 


Lyons Ranch 


Lyons Station 


Lyell Creek, mouth of. 


Lytle Creek Canon, mouth of __ _ 


Lytle and San Gabriel Creeks, divide between 


McConnahas Station (three-quarters mile east of), Placerville 
and Virginia road ..__. 


McDonald Ranch (Madeline Plains) 


McFaddens Ranch .,. . , 


McGills Meadows 


McGills Ranch 


McKennies Ranch 


McKesicks Ranch (Secret Valley) __ . _ .... 


McKinneys (Lake Tahoe) 


Madera Flume and Trading Company, mills of 


Malaga Ranch 


Mapes Ranch . _ 


Mariposa 


Markleeville (Johnsons Hotel) 


Mark Mood Meadows 


Marshalls Flat 


Martins Ranch 


Martins Ranch _ 


Mathews Ranch 


Merced (Central Pacific Railroad, Visalia Division) 


Merced Falls Village. 


Miles Ranch. 


Milford .. 


Mill Creek (Sonora road) 


Millers Ranch 


Milton 


Milton 


Mitchells Ranch 


Mogul (abandoned) 


Mokelumne River, Middle Fork Bridge . 


Mokelumne River, Middle and Licking Forks, divide between _. 
Mokelumne River, Licking Fork, West Point, and Railroad Flat 
road 


Mokelumne and Stanislaus River, divide between 


Mokelumne River Suspension Bridge 





U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEUS. 149 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheei. 


Altitr.de 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALI FORMA Continued. 
Mokelumne River and Wolf Creek, divide between 


566 


8,729 


1878 


Moonlight Valley 


4?A 


C, 477 


1878 


Moores Station (Toll-house) 


56B 


03, 207 


1877 


Morans Ranch (Big Tree road) 


56B 


7, 084. 


1878 


Morrows Ranch, near 


64B 


47 S 


1878 


Moseman Stage Station 


73A 


3, 157 


1875 


Mountain House (Carson and Aurora road) 


S6B 


5,641 


1877 


Murpbys Camp 


56D 


2, 195 


1878 


Murphys Cabin (Lake Tenaya) 


56D 


7,971 


1878 


Mutaus Flat 


73C 


4, 745 


1875 


Myers Station (formerly Thorps), (Amador road) 


566 


3,759 


1878 


Nashs Ranch, near Mount Dyer 


47 A 


4,431 


1878 


Newbury Park 


7 3 C 


830 


1878 


Newhall Ranch 


73C 


974 


1878 


Newhall (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


73C 


ft, 151 


1878 


Newhall and Culbertson Vineyard 


S6D 


980 


1878 


Newtons Ranch, near Honey Lake 


4?B 


4,079 


1877 


New York Tent . . 


56D 


al, 143 


1879 


Niagara Creek, Sonora road 


S6B 


6, 690 


187;', 


Nimshew 


47C 


2,451 


1878 


Nordhoff 


73C 


818 


1875 


Northrups 


$6D 


4, 519 


/ 1877 


Nulls Ranch.. 


S6D 


I, 299 


I 1878 
1879 


Oakdale 


S6C 


148 


1879 


Oak Grove Station 


8oB 


2, 7O2 


1876 


Ogburns Ranch . 


4.7A 


2, 270 


1878 


Old Saw Mill 


7^D 


5, 324 


1878 


Owens River Bridge, near Owens Lake 


65 A 


3,618 


1871 


Owens River, near Eclipse Mill 


6sA 


3,666 


1875 


Oroville Toll Bridge 


4?C 


aiSS 


1878 


Pacific Ocean and Triunfo Creek, divide between 


73C 


i, 773 


1878 


Pacific Station (Placerville and Virginia road), (post-office).. 


56B 


3,451 


1877 


Pacific valley 


<;6B 


7, 505 


1877 


Pah-ute Mines 


71. A. 


6,608 


1875 


Paleta Ranch 


72!) 


3, 624 


1875 


Palmers Ranch 


7?A 


2,346 


1878 


,Pampa (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


7-A 


871 


1878 


-Panamint 


6s D 


6,605 


1875 


Parkers Ranch . * 


J . 
,7 A 


4, I "-,(> 


1878 


Parrotts ( formerly Pendola) Ferry 


S6D 


834 


1878 


Peavine Ranch 


4?C 


$, 924 


1878 


Peddlers Ranch (Amador road) 


55B 


6,831 


1878 


Penon Blanco (Haighs Ranch) 


S6D 


1,807 


f !878 


Perdues Cabin 


73D 


5,551 


\ 1879 
1875 


Perrins Ranch 


566 


<Z3, 828 


1877 


Phillips Ranch (Sacramento Valley) 


47A 


242 


1878 


Phillips Station (Carson and Placerville road) 


566 


6,871 


1876 


Picacho Mill (Colorado River) 


8iD 


173 


1876 


Pinto Rock 


73D 


3,903 


1878 


Placerville Court House . 


56A 


1,893 


1877 


Places Ranch 


8oB 


4, 007 


1876 


Pleasant Valley 


566 


2,405 


1877 


Point of Uocks 


73D 


2, 542 


1875 











150 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Poison Valley 


56B 


8,029 


1877 


Porcupine PUat 


560 


7,748 


1878 


Potatoe Ranch ._ 




4, 176 


1875 


Potrero . ... 


7 3 C 


1,028 


1878 


Powclton Hotel 'post-office) 


47 A 


03,631 


1878 


Prattville (post-office) ._. .. _. ..... 


47A 


4, 394 


1878 


Probascos Ranch 


646 


972 


1878 


Quincy 


47A 


33,381 


1878 


Quincy and Taylorville, divide between 


47A 


5,958 


1878 


Quincy and Taylorville, old toll-house between 


47 A 


5> 5 IQ 


1878 


Railroad Flat 


56B 


2, 606 


1878 


Ravenna (Southern Pacific Railroad) . . 


7 3 C 




1878 


Red Bluff (Central Pacific Railroad, Oregon Division) .. 


466 


/ 3 o8 


1878 


Red Bluff (Signal Office) 


46B 




1879 


Redmans Ranch 




ai, 181 


1878 


Red Rock Canon, freight station . 


7 3 A 


2, 594 


1875 


Red Rock Ranch (Madeline Plains) 




5, 33 g 


1877 


Richardsons Cabin (Cherry Valley) . 


56D 


4,615 


1879 


Rileys store 


7 3 C 


1,478 


1875 


Ritgers Ranch _ 


65 A 


4, 345 


1875 


Riverside, church at 


8oB 


892 


1878 


Roberts Kerry (Tuolumne River) 


56C 


#184 


1879 


Roberts, mouth of San Gabriel Canon 


7 3 C 


73 


1878 


Rock Creek Meadows 




3,826 


1875 


Rock and San Gabriel creeks, divide between 


7 3 D 


6, 705 


1878 


Rose Ranch (Poso Creek) 


73A 


68 3 


1875 


Roses Store 




I, 534 


187? 


Rowlands (Lake Tahoe) . _ . . . . _ 


56B 


6, 222 


1876 


Rubicon Point (Lake Tahoe) 


566 


6, 2O2 


1876 


Rush Creek, ranch on 


476 


4,437 


1877 


Saint Clairs (Southern Pacific Railroad) __ 


SoB 


1,961 


1875 


Saint John Mine (Kelso Valley) 






1875 


San Andreas . . 


<;6B 


1,033 


1877 


San Antonio Creek, mouth of 




1,841 


1878 


San Antonio Creek, West Point road crossing 


<;6B 


3,848 


/ 1877 


San Antonio and North Fork Stanislaus creeks, divide between 
San Bernardino 


566 


1,935 
080 


I 1878 
1878 
f 1875 
i 1876 


San Diego (Signal Office) 


SoD 


Ka 


I 1878 

1871; 


San Emigdio Store 




788 


187; 


San Felipe 


SoD 


2, 538 


1876 


San Fernando Mission.. . 




I.OI3 


/ 1875 


San Fernando Plain and Simi Valley, divide on stage road 


c 


I, 627 


I 1878 
1878 


San Fernando (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


7^C 


/1 , 065 


1878 


San Fernando Tunnel, south end Southern Pacific Railroad 
San Francisco (Signal Office) . 


73C 


/I, 40O 

/6o 


1878 
1878 


San Gabriel Mine 


7?D 


i. 702 


1878 


San Gabriel Mission, near 


7^C 


757 


1878 


San Gabriel (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


3C 


/4i6 


f 1875 

-! 1876 


San Jacinto Valley, ranch in . . 


SoB 


I. 634. 


I 1878 

1876 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



151 



Locallity and name. 


Atlas 

sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Santa Ana Hotel 


8oB 


141 


1878 


Santa Clara Valley and San Fernando Plains, divide between 

Santa Monica 


73C 
73C 


i,95i 
82 


1878 
1875 


Santa Paula - 


73C 


384 


1875 


Savannah (Lexington), (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


77C 


/^oo 


1878 


Saw Mill (Little Bear Valley) 


7^D 


4,885 


1878 


Sawyers Ranch - 


S6B 


7,551 


1877 


Schaffers Station 


47B 


4,026 


1877 




466 


01,075 


1878 


Scodie Ranch _ - 


6<;C 


2, 716 


1878 


Secret Valley and Smoke Creek, divide between 


47 B 


5.6Q8 


1877 


Sesma - 


468 


20O 


1878 


Sheep Ranch near Sacramento Valley 


47A 


I, 094 


1878 


Sheep Ranch School House _ .... 


<6B 


2,466 


1870 


Sheep Ranch (Snow Storm Valley) . 


4?B 


5,058 


1877 


Shinns Ranch , 


38D 


5,040 


1877 


Shoo- Fly Toll-gate .. _-. 


47A 


3, 205 


1878 


Shumways Ranch near Horse Lake 


^8D 


5.067 


1877 


Sierra City 


4?C 


4, 202 


1876 


Sierra Valley and South Fork Yuba River, divide between 


47D 


6,70O 


1876 




4yD 


4, 880 


1876 


Sierra and Sardine Valleys, divide between _ _ 


47 D 


6,346 


1876 


Silver Lake Hotel - ._ 


56B 


7, 174 


1877 




56B 


6, 446 


1877 




73C 


674 


1878 




7lC 


i, 118 


1878 


Slinkards Valley, lower end of . 


S6B 


6,256 


1878 


Slinkards Valley, upper end of _ _ 


566 


6,688 


1877 




47D 


7, 249 


1877 


Snelling post -office - 


$6D 


0252 


1879 




?6D 


5, 217 


1878 


Soda Springs and French Meadows Creek, divide between 


47 D 


5, 77Q 


1877 


Soledad City, Ravenna Station, Southern Pacific Railroad. 


7 3 C 


2,513 


1875 


Sonora, McQuaid Ranch * _ . . 


S6D 


1,888 


f 1878 


Sonora (post-office) _ . _ 


56D 


1,816 


\ 1879 

1878 




73D 


802 


1875 




73C 


48 


1878 


Stanislaus River, South and Middle Forks, divide between 


56B 


6,352 


1878 


Stanislaus River, South and Middle Forks, divide between 


566 


8,843 


1878 


Stanislaus and Tuolumne Rivers, divide between . 


568 


9,617 


1878 


Stevens Ranch (Hope Valley) 


566 


7,382 


1877 


Stockton's Cabin 


73D 


5,877 


1878 


Stockton Mill . . _. 


47A 


4,639 


1878 


Strawberry, lower reservoir, ^ mile east of 


566 


5,582 


1878 


Strawberry Toll-house (Virginia and Placerville road) 


566 


5,695 


1878 


Strawberry Stage Station (Sonora and Mono road) 


56D 


5,238 


f 1877 


Sugar Pine Point, (Lake Tahoe) 


47 D 


6, 202 


I 1878 
1876 


Sulphur Spring Hotel (Wash post-office) 


47 D 


4,466 


1876 


Summit Post-office (Sierra Valley) 


47D 


4,875 


1876 


Summit Station (Central Pacific Railroad) 


47D 


6,983 


f 1876 


Summit Valley (Relief Trail) 


566 


9,585 


\ 1877 
1878 


Summit Valley [Sonora road) . 


566 


9,462 


1877 


Susanville and Eagle Lake, first divide 


47A 


5,363 


1878 











152 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Susanville and Eagle Lake, second divide 


47A 


5, 774 


1878 


Susanville and Eagle Lake, main divide 


47 A 


6, 245 


1878 


Susanville (post-office) ' 


47 A 


4, 195 


1877 


Susanville and Taylorville, divide on road 


47A 


6,428 


1878 


Sycamore Grove _ .. __ 


73^ 


447 


1878 


Swizzers Ranch (Sierra Valley) 


47 B 


4, 910 


1876 


Tahoe City 


47D 


6, 252 


1876 


Tamarack Flat 


56D 


6, 234 


; is 7 8 


Tannery 


73D 


4, 400 


i '879 
1878 


Tapo Ranch _. __ 


73 C 


1,373 


1878 


Taylorville (post-office) 


47A 


3, 479 


1878 


Tehachapai _ .. . 


7 3 A 


3,831 


1875 


Tejon Reservation . 


73A 


1,450 


1878 


Tejon Reservation, house near 


73A 


I, 275 


1875 


Tells Ranch ... 


5B 


6,766 


1877 


Temecula, near 


8oB 


1, 088 


1876 


Ten-mile House 


8oA 


aioS 


1876 


The Narrows . . 


73D 


2, 507 


1878 


Thomas Ranch 


73C 


3, 772 


1875 


Thomas Ranch 


8oB 


4,438 


1876 


Thompsons Ferry (Tuolumne River). . 


56D 


0107 


1879 


Tilleys Ranch. _ 


65 C 


2,609 


1878 


Tin Mine (Temescal Range) 


8oB 


i, 250 


1876 


Truckee (Central Pacific Railroad) . ._ 


47D 


5, 795 


1876 


Truckee and Lake Tahoe, divide between 


47 D 


7, 236 


1876 


Truckee and Sierra Valley, divide between 


47D 


6, 894 


1876 


Tuledad Ranch .. . 


38D 


115,046 


1877 


Tule Marsh 


38D 


5,376 


1877 


Tuolumne River, Middle Fork, on trail to Hog Ranch 


56D 


4,158 


1878 


Tuolumne and Walker Rivers, divide between 


S6B 


9,805 


1878 


Turners Ranch (Sierra Valley) 


47D 


4, 904 


1876 


Tuttletown Mining Village 


56D 


01,321 


1878 


Tylers Ranch _ _. 


47 A 


4, 802 


1878 


Uhls Ranch 


6sC 


2,662 


1875 


Vallecito post-office 


56D 


1,748 


1878 


Vallecito Station .. . ..... 


8iC 


I, 574 


1876 


Vida (Sepulveda), (Southern Pacific Railroad) 


7 3 C 


/46o 


1878 


Virginia House, between Truckee and Loyalton 


47 D 


5, 689 


1876 


Virgin Tears Cliff, foot of Yosemite Valley .. 


5D 


5, 3 1 ' 


1878 


Volcano 


56B 


2, O75 


1878 


Wades Meadows 


S6D 


4, 367 


1878 


Warner Valley 


8oB 


2,784 


1876 


Warrens Station (Buckhorn Ranch) 


7 3 C 


693 


1875 


Waterloo Hotel ..... 


56D 


2I 5 


1879 


Watermans 


7 3 D 


1,908 


1878 


Weldon (post-office) 


73A 


2,668 


1878 


Wellington Station /. 


566 


4, 796 


1877 


West Point 


56B 


2, 774 


1878 


Wests Ranch (Colorado River) 


74D 


596 


'875 


West Walker River, West Fork, Sonora road crossing 


568 


6,728 


f 1877 


Whiskey Johnnys 


73D 


5,186 


i '878 

1878- 


White Water Station 


8oB 


I, W4 


1 'I 7 ? 


Whitney Meadows, near Fishermans Peak or Mt. Whitney 


6$C 


9,371 


T 1876 

1875. 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL 8UKVEYS. 153 

TABLE III.- CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Wileys Station ( Amador road) 


566 


5,027 


1878 


Williams Ranch (Amador road) 


c6B 


7, 7S7 


1877 


Willow Ranch (! ,ong Valley) .. .'.. _. 


4/B 


4, 27? 


1877 


Willow Tree Spr.ug Station.. . .. . 


73 B 


2, 500 


1875 


Winters Mine, one-half mile northwest of Oreana Peak _ _ 


5&B 


8, ?QQ 


1877 


Wilsons Ranch _ _ . .... 


46B 


ol, 114 


1878 


Wiltons Bridge (American River) 


47C 


1,408 


1877 


Wood ford . 


566 


5,676 


1877 


Workmans Ranch . _ . 


73C 


361 


1875 


Yanks Landing (Lake Tahoe, Tallac Post-Office) 


56B 


6, 202 


1876 


Yarnells (Cold Spring) Ranch .. 


47C 


564 


1878 


York Gulch, head of 


?6D 


i, 701; 


1879 


Yosemite Valley, Lower Iron Bridge or El Capitan Bridge, 
Merced River. 

Yosemite Valley, Upper Iron Bridge at Barnards, Merced River.. 

COLORADO. 
Acequia (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) _ . 


J56D 
56D 

5 3 C 


3>925 

3,934 

/5, 551 


/ 1878 
1 1879 
1 187* 

1 1879 
1877 


Alamosa (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6iD 


/7, 4Q2 


1879 


Aldens junction 


6iC 


8, 904 


1877 


Ancleisons Ranch _ 




4, 248 


1877 


Animas City 


6iC 


6,662 


1874 


Anthracite and Coal Creeks, junction of 


6iA 


6, 'S3 


1877 


Anthracite and Ohio Creeks, divide between ... 


6iA 


10, 151 


1877 


Anton Smiths Ranch 


62A 


4,748 


( 1874 


Apishpa (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 


K>, 10? 


\ '875 
1878 


Badito _ . 


62C 


6,386 


/ "874 


Bakerville (Georgetown and Grays Peak and Leadville Road) 
Beaver Creek Station (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


52D 

62A 


'9, 875 
/5,ooo 


I 1875 
1880 
1878 


Big Graneros Creek, crossing of, near junction Little Graneros 
Bismarck (post-office) _. .. 


62C 
6iD 


6,012 

7, 736 


1874 
1876 


Boists (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


53C 


/6, 865 


1877 


Box Elder (Kansas Pacific Railroad) 


i^C 


/5 , 546 


1877 


Bradfords . 


62C 


8, 105 


1874 


Breckenridge, near 


?2D 


o, 704 


1873 


Butte Valley (post-office) 


62C 


5,894 


1875 


Byers Station (Bijou, Kansas Pacific Railroad) 


oC 


/5, 221 


1877 


Camp Monarch 


6iB 


(7IO, 272 


1879 


Canon City (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad). 


62A 




/ '873 


Capitol 


6iC 


Q A 1Q 


I '876 
1874 


Carbonateville 


-J2D 


ally 125 


1879 


Carlisle Springs Station (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62A 


/4, 060 


1878 


Carrs Cabin (Antelope Park) 


6iC 


Q QQQ 


1871 


Castle Rock (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


<nC 


/6, 211 


1877 


Cement and Eureka Creeks, divide between 


6iC 


12,786 


1874 


Centre\ ille (post-office) 


6iB 


a"7, 727 


1879 


Chama and Navajo Creeks, divide between 




8,784 


1874 


Clear Creek and 1'latte River, divide between ... 


<2D 


11,416 


1873 


Coal Mines, near Canon City 


62A 


? -I-1I 


1873 


Colfax _ . 


62C 


8,590 


1873 


Colonas Ferry (Rio Grande). 


698 


7,443 


1875 











154 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Colonas Ferry and San Antonio Creek, divide between 


6oB 


7,86? 


1874 


Colorado Springs (Astronomical Monument) __ 


62A 


6,010 


1873 


Colorado Springs (signal office) _ 


62A 


6,030 


1874 






7,831; 


1874 


Costilla . . 


6gB 


7, 7^1 


1874 


Costilla . . 


62D 


7, 792 


IS?? 


Costilla Ferry (Colonas, Valdez, or Myers Ferry) 


6gB 


7. 4.^4 


/ '875 


Cottonwood (\Vet Mountain Valley) 


62C 


8, 72* 


I '878 
1870 


Cowles Ranch (Wet Mountain Valley) 


62C 


8, 01$ 


1874 


Cuchara (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 




1878 


Cucharas and Trinchera Creeks, divide between . 


62C 


IO. Q 


1874 


Culebra Church _ 




8, oio 


1874 


Del Norte 


6iD 


7. 74^ 


f 1874 

J 1871; 


Denver (Kansas Pacific Railroad) 


C3C 


fc 1 07 


I 1877 
187-; 


Denver (signal office) _ 


C3C 


/e (2 67 


1877 


Deserted Ranch (South Park) _ 


S2D 


o_ 6*2 


1873 


Dillon Junction (Georgetown, Grays Peak and Leadville Rail- 
road) 


<2D 


/8. 600 


1880 


Divide (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


<nc 


6, QIQ 


1877 


Dotsons Ranch (South Fork and Saint Charles Creek) 


62C 


6 *7Q 


1874 


Douglass (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


ciC 




1877 


Doyles Ranch .. . ... . 


62C 


' ^ j 


187? 


Dudley 


?2D 


/io 600 


1870 


Edgerton (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62A 


/6. *Q* 


1878 


Eighteen-mile Ranch (Currant Creek) .. 


62A 


7, 180 


1876 


Fairplay (center of town) . . 


S2D 


io, 026 


/ 1873 


Florissant (post-office) 


62A 




\ 1879 
1876 


Florissant, near . .... 


62A 


8 184 


1876 


Fosters (Apishpa Creek) 


62C 


6,328 


187? 


Fountain (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6aA 


/5 626 


1878 


Gardners (post-office) ... ... 


62C 


6 Qt;6 


1874 


Georgetown ( Astronomical Monument) 


52D 


8, s88 


1873 


Georgetown Depot (Colorado Central Railroad) 


S2D 


/8 4.1 


1880 


Golden (Colorado Central Railroad) . 


e?C 


/5 668 


1880 


Goodnight (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) ._ 


62A 




1878 


Graneros (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6aC 




1878 


Grant (post-office) __ ... 


S2D 


8 4.Q7 


1873 


Granite (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


52D 


/8,986 


1880 


Grape Creek I ^ miles west Silver Cliff 


62C 


7 727 


1870 


Gray back Gulch settlement . 


62C 


8 6oq 


1870 


Greenhorn (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 


A. IOQ 


1878 


Greenhorn Creek, crossing of 


62C 


t; 860 


1874 


Greenhorn River (post-office) 


62C 


6. 026 


1874 


Greenland (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) . 


53C 


76, 690 


1877 


Greenwood post-office, near, on Hardscrabble Creek 


62A 


6, 205 


1874 


Gunnison post-office (Kcllys store) ,. 


6iA 


7,428 


1877 


Half-way House 


62A 


6,028 


1874 


Halls Gulch, mouth of _. 


S2D 


9, O9Q 


1873 


Halls Gulch, summit of 


?2D 


12, 671 


1873 


Halls smelting works 


S2D 


Q..QI7 


1873 


Hamilton Ranch 


62C 


7, 227 


1874 











U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 155 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Hartzels Ranch 


J2D 


8,885 


187-5 


Heads Cattle Ranch, near San Luis Lakes 


6iD 


7,535 


1875 


Hermosa (Johnson Ranch) 


6iC 


6, 618 


1875 


Hillerton _ . 


6iB 


9, 85 1 


1879 


Hog-back 


62D 


5,467 


f 1876 


Hot Spring, forks of road near 


6iC 


6,088 


\ '877 
1877 


Howardville 


6iC 


9, 545 


1873 


Hughes (Astronomical Monument) . . 


53A 


5,022 


1873 


Huerfano (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 


/5, 6?2 


1878 


Huerfano and mountains of Wet Mountain Valley, divide between 
Husted (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6aC 

53C 


9.534 
/6, "jog 


875 
1877 


Idaho Springs 


520 


7, 284 


187^ 


Jefferson (Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad) 


520 


/Q. ^16 


1877 


Jefferson, near 


S2D 


9,862 


187^ 


Johnsons Ford (Uncompahgre River) 


6iA 


5,702 


1877 


Julesburg (Astronomical Monument) 


4$C 


/3, 500 


1874 


Junction (Denver Pacific Railroad) _ 


53C 


/5.2I2 


1877 


Kennys Ranch (Chatillon Creek) 


6iD 


7,830 


1876 


Kiowa (Kansas Pacific Railroad) 


53 C 


/5,5i4 


1877 


Kokomo (Georgetown, Grays Peak and Leadville Railroad) 
Labran (Astronomical Monument) __ _ 


S 2D 

62A 


/io, 550 
5,218 


1880 

f 1873 
1 1874 


Lake City 


6iC 


8.75S 


( 875 
/ 1875 


Lake City and Antelope Park, divide between 


6iC 


ii, 777 


I 1877 
( 1 7S 


Lake F"rk nf TTimnkrin, crossing second- bridge 


6iC 


<z7, 941 


X 1877 

1875 


Lake House, slope of Pikes Peak 


62A 


io, 108 


1876 


La Junta _ ._ 


6aD 


4,004. 


1876 


Lamberts Ranch 


6iC 


6, s6i 


1875 


Lanes Ranch (Kerber Creek) 


6iB 


8,^80 


1874 


Larkspur (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) . _ 


53C 


K>, 516 


1877 


Leadville (Post-office) 


52D 


aid, 250 


1870 


Little Buttes (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62A 


Is.. 171: 


1878 


Littleton (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) _ __ 


5 3 C 


/5, 372 


1877 


Lockwoods Ranch 


62D 


4.. QO7 


f 1876 


Los Pinos Agency, new 


6iA 


6, 400 


1 1877 

1877 


Los Finos Agency, old _. _ ..... 


6iB 


9,088 


f 1873 


Los Pinos and Rio Grande, divide between 


6iC 


IO 737 


I 1874 
1871 


Lowes Ranch (Four-mile Creek) 


S2D 


aiOj 022 


1870 


McClures Ranch _ _ . .. _. 


62A 


c, ?i8 


1873 


McLaughlin Ranch 


S2D 


Q 672 


1877 


McLaughlins (Tarryall Creek) 


c?C 


8,226 


1876 


Malta, California Gulch (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


52D 


/Q. 6I1 


1880 


Mineral City 


6iC 


IT 4.74. 


1874 


Mosquito Town . 


S2D 


IO. 44.6 


187-1 


Monument (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) . 


?^c 


/7, 240 


1877 


Nine-Mile Ranch 


52D 


09, 468 


1870 


Olivers Ranch (Tarryall Creek) 


52D 


aS, 873 


1879 


Ouray 


6iC 


7,766 


1877 


Park Gulch, near Lilienthals Ranch 


52D 


aa. ziz 


1879 


Parrott City. .... .. . 


6iC 


aS, 674 


1875 











156 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Pass Creek divide at head of 


6*C 


o, 404. 


1874 


Petersburg (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


c 


/5, 3 28 


1877 


Pifion (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62A 


rt.o?7 


1878 


Plum (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


c-;C 


A.Sso 


1877 


Pueblo (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) .. 


62A 


/4, 7 1 3 


1878 


Pueblo (Astronomical Monument) 


62A 


4, 7^2 


1876 


Purgatory River and Vermejo Creek, divide between 


7oA 


q, 17-3 


f 1874 


Quartzville 


S=D 


an, 706 


I 1875 
1876 


Red Creek Ranch 


62A 


5, 4-66 


1874 


Red Rock Canon 


6iA 


7. 4.^2 


1877 


Rito Alto (Post-office) 


6iD 


8, 160 


lS-(> 


Riverside Post-office (Leonard's Ranch) , Arkansas River 


6iH 


8, ? 


1871 


Rock Cliff (Post-office) 


6iD 


8 271 


1871; 


Rosita . .. 


6:C 


8, 7 16 


f 1874 

i IS?? 


Round Mountain (Post-office) _ _ 




8, 732 


I 1876 

1876 


Saguache . 


6iD 


7, 620 


/ 1875 


Salt Creek (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6-C 


75,484 


1 1877 

1878 


San Carlos (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) . __ 


6zC 


/4, 02 S 


1878 


San Francisco, south fork of Purgatory River 


7oA 


8,082 


1871; 


San Juan City . ... 


6iC 


8, QOI 


187? 


San Luis 


7oA 


7 co6 


1874 


Santa Clara (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 


/6, 172 


1878 


Saint Marys . . _ 


62C 


6,167 


1874 


Silver Cliff 


6-C 


7 QIQ 


1870 


Silverton 


6iC 


ag, 201 


187"; 


Sizers Ranch 


62 D 


4., O'K 


f 1876 


Slate and Iron Creeks, divide between 


6iA 


12, 287 


I 1877 
1877 


Slater Ranch _ . 


f,2D 


0, 2V1 


187^ 


South Pueblo ^Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62A 


4, 669 


1876 


South Pueblo (Astronomical Monument) 


6aA 


4. 7^2 


1874 


Star Ranch __ _ . . . . 


6iD 


7, 327 


f 1877 


Sternes Store . 


62C 


9,068 


I 1879 

1874 


Stiles Ranch 


52D 


aio, 734 


1870 


Summit Mines, north fork Alamosa Creek 


6iD 


I i , 089 


1874 


Summit Station (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


52!) 


a, 081 


187-! 


Swallows _ .. 


62A 


4,868 


1878 


Tabor 


<2D 


(7IO, 623 


1870 


Tellurium 


6iC 


10,878 


1871; 


Ten-Mile and Eagle Creeks, divide between 


52D 


10, 756 


1871 


Trinchera 


696 


7 c-jr 


f 1874 


Trinidad (Astronomical Monument) . . 


7oA 


C, QQO 


I 1878 
( 'f 73 


Twelve-Mile Bridge(Arkansas River) 


62A 


a$. 772 


1 1874 

1870 


Twelve-Mile Ranch (Somerville) 


&2A 


a6 205 


1870 


Twin Lakes (formerly Dayton) 


5"D 


O. 13"} 


1871 


Ula l ' 


6iB 


7, 727 


1877 


Uncompahgre River and Cimarron Creek, divide between 
Union Park .. 


6iA 
6iB 


",S57 
q. 6m 


1877 
187^ 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 157 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. -Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Ute Creek, seven miles above Fort Garland _.____ 


62C 


8, 671 


1870 


Varnums Post-Office, on Indian Creek 


6iA 


a7 QQO 


1877 


Venables Ranch (Rio Grande) 


6iD 


7,628 


187? 


Veta (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


62C 


^7,024 


1878 


Vigil (Apishpa River) 


7oA 


7. 2*1 


187"; 


Vogels Ranch __ . 


6aD 


4, 2CX 


1876 


Walsens (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) 


6aC 


/6 1 88 


1878 


Websters 


62A 


$. ?O7 


1874 


Wet Mountain Valley and Muddy Creek, divide between . . . 


6aC 


8,890 


1875 


White Earth Creek (post-office) 


6iA 


8, i6^t 


1877 


Whites Ranch (Huerfano Park) mm 


62C 


7, 460 


1871; 


White River Agency, crossing of trail to 


6iA 


c.oiB 


1877 


Widefield (Denver and Rio Grande Railroad) _ 


6aA 


rt , 7 1 "; 


1878 


Wilcox Ranch (Antelope Park) 


6iC 


9, ooo 


1875 


Xapato 


6iU 


7. ^62 


1877 


IDAHO. 

Andersons Ranch 


72C 


a\, 491 


1877 


Barrys Ranch, on Black Pine Creek 


41 A 


C. I J4 


1877 


Black Rock (sta^e station) 


-12D 


a4, 8q 


1877 


Benninton _ ,. 


32D 


a6, 150 


1877 


Bloomiivton 


416 


6. 076 


1877 


Burtons Ford (Bear River, Gentile Valley) 


12D 


4, 9 1 ^ 


1877 


City of Rocks 


4iA 


6,078 


1877 


Clifton Post-Office 


4iB 


^4, 926 


1877 


Devils Corral . 


TiD 


3, 601 


1877 




41 A 


4, oco 


1877 


Elkhom Mail Station _ __ 


-121} 


4, 998 


1877 


Fish Haven _ 


4lB 


05,964 


1877 


Franklin (Websters shop) 


4lB 


4,585 


1877 


Georgetown _ 


32D 


6, 022 


1877 


Harkness Toll-Gate 


-!2D 


04, 802 


1877 


Heads Ranch _ _ _ __ 


4iB 


4, 947 


1877 


Hildreths Planch 


TlD 


4,308 


1877 


Hitchin^s Ranch 


4lA 


f, 20? 


1877 


Howells Ranch _ ._ 


3 2C 


05,041 


1877 




12D 


a6, 641 


1877 


Lands Lower Ranch (Goose Creek) 


VD 


4, 357 


1877 


Landers Crossing, Taylor Bridge road 


320 


6, 381 


1877 


Lanes Fork, crossing 


12D 


6,635 


1877 


Lanes Ranch (Marsh Lake) __ _ 


32C 


4, 323 


1877 


I .iberty 


4iB 


6, 105 


1877 


Malade City (Post-office) 


4iB 


4,663 


1877 


McCreas Ranch 


32C 


4, 331 


1877 


Mink Creek Bridge _ 


416 


05,023 


1877 


Monlpelier (co-operative store) 


4iB 


5,936 


1877 


Mormon Salt Works 


32D 


06, 734 


1877 


Nine- Mile Settlement 


320 


5. OI 3 


1877 


Oneida Salt Works 


320 


6,341 


1877 


Oxford ...... _ _ 


4iB 


<*4, 875 


1877 


Packers Bridge (Bear River) 


4iB 


4,486 


1877 


Paris 


4lB 


36,019 


1877 


Pocatillo Stage Station 


32C 


04, 620 


1877 


Raft River Stage Station 


4iA 


5,041 


1877 


Rices Ferry (Snake River) 


3iD 


4, 192 


1877 


Rices Ranch, on Cache Creek 


4lA 


4,722 


1877 











158 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


I DAHO Continued. 
Richarclsons Ranch 


4iA 


5, 268 


1877 


Robbins Ford (Bear River) 


4lB 




1877 


Ross l''ork (Indian Agency) T . 


32C 


4, 545 


1877 


Samaria 


4iB 


4, 560 


1877 


Soda Springs 


T.2D 


5 778 


1877 


St. Charles '. _ __ 


4iB 


6 oc.7 


1877 


Summit Stage Station .. 


406 


5,045 


1877 


Sweetzers Ranch 


41 A 


4 5OO 


1877 


Toponce Ranch 


12C 


C, O72 


1877 


Warren (Blackfoot Stage Station) 


1.2C 


4 , 447 


1877 


Weston. 


4lB 


SOU 


l877 


MONTANA. 
Bozeman (Astronomical Monument) 


I4D 


4, 8"*Q 


1877 


NEBRASKA. 
North Platte (Union Pacific Railroad) (Astronomical Monument). 

NEVADA. 
Adobe Meadows 


4SD 
S7C 


12, 789 

6. 104 


1874 
1878 


Alta Mine . ._ . 


47 D 


/c erg 


1877 


Antoines Ranch, Smith Creek 


48D 


6 ci7 


1876 


Atlantic Mine, Gold Canon, on road 


47 D 


5, 1^6 


1877 


Aurora 


?7A 




1878 


Austin (Astronomical Monument) 


48D 


7. $21 


1871 


Austin, base line, north end of 


48D 


5, 774 


1878 


Austin, base line, south end of.. 


48D 


C 7QQ 


1878 


Austin, camp at .. ... 


48D 


6. 5O4 


1876 


Bacon Mill Point . 


47 D 


5, "?27 


1877 


Baltimore Mine t . 


47 D 


e 72Q 


1877 


Baltimore Mine Boarding House, near 


47D 


c 784 


1877 


Barretts Ranch 


47D 




1877 


Base Line (Carson River) 


47D 


4. 3O6 


1876 


Battle Mountain (Astronomical Monument) . . 


488 


/4, 508 


1871 


Belcher Mine 


47 D 


/C Q7Q 


1877 


Belmont, near 


C7B 


8, OO2 


1871 


Best and Belcher and Gould and Curry, joint shafts 


47 D 


/5. 06"; 


1877 


Birchims Ranch (Reese River).. 


48D 


5, 74 "* 


1876 


Brassfield Canon, head of 


48D 


q, (k8 


1876 


Buckeye Mine, junction of roads 


47D 


S. 16^ 


1877 


Buckeye Mine ... .. ._ . 


47D 


C 2^1 


1877 


Bucklands Ranch (Carson River Toll Bridge) . . 


48C 


4. ic I 


1876 


Buffalo Salt Works (Murphys) 


47 B 


^,84^ 


1877 


Bull Run, near White Rock Creek . . . 


4oC 


6 114 


1871 


Bullion City. 


4Q 


6,386 


1871 


Bullion Mine. 


47D 


/6, 306 


1877 


Caledonia Mine 


47 D 


/c,676 


1877 


Callville.. .. 


66 


Q4C 


1871; 


Carlin (Astronomical Monument) 


4oC 


/4, 908 


1871 


Carlin, near 


4OC 


4. 84Q 


1871 


Camp Rock.. 


47 D 


S,628 


1877 


Captain John Thomas Ranch 


48D 


-5,887 


1876 


Carson, Capitol 


47 D 


siyi 

aA.. o^j 


1876 


Carson City (Friends Observatory) 


47 D 


4, 660 


1876 


Carson City (Rendezvous Camp) 


47 D 


/4, 700 


1876 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 159 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEVADA Continued. 
Carson States Prison 


4-7D 




1876 


Cedar Ravine, Summit Head of 


47 D 


7 I7Q 


1876 


Centre Station (American Flat) . . _ _ . 


47 D 


S, Ul 


1877 


Chalk Wells 


48D 


c 7trc 


1876 


Chapman Ranch (Dry Valley) _ , _ 


47 B 


4. O32 


1878 


Childs Ranch _ . _ 


47 D 


4 779 


1876 


Chollar Potosi Mining Company, office of 


47D 


6 24.2 


1877 


Chollar Potosi Mine, shaft _ _ _ 


47D 


76,225 


1877 


Clarks Ranch 


^8D 


A 677 


1877 


Clarks Ranch (Truckee River) 


47 D 


4, 221 


1876 


Cleavers Ranch (Masons Valley) __ 


48C 


4, -ttS 


1876 


Coal Mines in El Dorado Canon 


47 D 


S 880 


1876 


Combination Mine, shaft , _ 


47D 


76, 132 


1877 


Consolidated Virginia Mine 


47D 


76, it;=; 


1877 


Cottage Camp 


4oC 


6. 4^7 


1871 


Cottonwood Canon, mouth of _ . . . 


i8D 


6,066 


1877 


Cottonwood Canon, head of , 


48D 


10, 849 


1876 


Cottonwood Island, north end _ 


74B 


800 


187? 


Cottonwood Island, south end 


74B 




1871; 


Coxs Station 


48C 


(74., 770 


1876 


Cradlebaughs Bridge (Carson River) _ 


47 D 


#4, 614 


1877 


Crow Point Mine 


47 D 


7 ^ Q2< 


1877 


Crystal Peak (village) 


47 D 


4,018 


1876 


Dayton _ _ 


47 D 


4.. 760 


1876 


Dead Horse Wells . 


57A 


4, 117 


1876 


Deep Hole (Old Emigrant Road through Squaw Valley) 


?8D 


3, Q22 


1877 


Deep Hollow Station . m mm 


48C 


$ ''I'} 


1876 


Derby Mine 


47 D 


4, 88 1 ; 


1877 


Desert Station (Central Pacific Railroad) _ 


48C 


4, 014 


1876 


Deveringhams Ranch ... 


576 


6,407 


1878 


Devils Gate Toll-House, near Silver City 


47 D 


S, 148 


1877 


Dyers Ranch ._ 


48D 


6,017 


1876 


East Gate, Lookout Mountains, Captain Simpsons wagon route __ 
El Dorado Mill 


48D 
66 


5.291 

86^ 


1876 
1875 


Elkhorn Ranch 


48D 


6, 123 


1876 


Elko (Astronomical Monument) 


4OC 


<;, 148 


1869 


Ellsworth _ 


S7B 


6,871 


1876 


Emma Peak and peak northwest of Rose, divide between 


47D 


6. 072 


1876 




47D 


4* ^Q1 


1876 


Erie Consolidated Mine _ __ 


47D 


5,265 


1877 


Eureka 


49 


5,906 


1871 


Europa Mine 


47 D 


5,978 


1877 


Five-mile House (Geiger Grade) 


47D 


6,^68 


1876 


Eranktown 


47D 


5,054 


1876 


Frenchs Mill, at creek . _ 


47 D 


4,875 


1877 


Galena _ _.-- 


48 


5,650 


1871 


Gates Ranch (Carson River) 


48C 


4, 154 


1876 


Geiger Grade, toll gate 


47D 


6,479 


1876 


Geiger Grade, first summit 


4?D 


6,651 


1876 


Geiger Grade, second summit 


47 D 


6, 7^3 


1876 


Geigers Ranch (Walker River) _ 


48C 


04, 352 


1876 


Genoa __ 


47D 


4,802 


1876 


(lila Mina Post, near Succor Mine 


47 D 


5,452 


1877 


Glenbrook, camp at (Lake Tahoe) _. ._ 


47 D 


6,282 


1876 


G lend ale _ _ 


4?D 


4,453 


1876 


Globe Consolidated Mine . ... . _ _ 


47D 


5,781 


1877 


Gold Hill Mine 


47D 


6,373 


1877 











1GO BAEOMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC.- Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEVADA Continued. 
XjOuld and Curry Mine . __ _. 


47D 


/6 IQ1 


1877 


Haines, foot of Kingsbury Grade 


568 




1876 


Hale and ^Norcross Mine 


47D 


/6 is* 


1876 


Half-way House (Devils Gate Toll-house) _ _ 


4?D 


^ 006 


1876 


Hamilton (Astronomical Monument) 


4.nC 


7 601 


1869 


Hieroglyphic Rocks (Central Pacific Railroad) 


"47 D 


I A 3c i 


1876 


High Rock and Yellow Rock Canons, junction of 


^SD 


C, 121 


1877 


Hill and Grimes Ranch (New River) 


48C 




1876 


Home Station __ 


48B 


A 816 


1878 


Homer (Cedar Valley) 


5SD 


* 8->i 


1869 


Houstons Well 


4$C 


A ra.8 


1876 


Imperial Mine . 


47 D 


/6 i ^Q 


1877 


lone . 


syB 


6 844 


1876 


Italian Joes 


47D 




1876 


Jacks Valley 


47D 


c O43 


1876 


Jews Ranch, McLarnahans road 


47 D 


^5,882 


1877 


Jones Milk Ranch 


47D 


c 7-26 


is?? 


Julia Mine 


A7D 


16 116 


1877 


Justice Mine 


4?D 


/c 4.c8 


1877 


Kentuck Mine 


4?D 


/r QA4 


1877 


Knickerbocker Mine . 


47D 


/q,876 


1877 


Lake Tahoe and Little Valley, divide between 


47D 


7, 06O 


1876 


Lake View, divide between Carson and Washoe Valley 


47 D 


C i ^4. 


1876 


La Plata (deserted) 


4$C 




1876 


Las Vegas 


66 


2 Ol8 


/ 1869 


Lees Mills (Mason Valley) 


48C 


A -2CO 


i 1871 
1876 


Little Valley ... 


47D 


6 a.i7 


1876 


Little Valley and Mills Station, divide between 


47D 


6 o^o 


1876 


LodL. 


48D 


i voy 

C -3C6 


1876 


Log Cabin (Carson River) _ 


48C 


A O7O 


1876 


Long and Surprise Valleys, divide between 


?8D 


7 1 7O 


1877 


Lyonsville (Rose Valley) 


S8D 


C AQI 


1869 


McBrides Ranch ._ __ 


c 7 c 


c c6l 


1878 


McMahons Ranch 


cyB 


6. ZZ2 


1876 


McLarnahans Bridge 


47D 


a A co7 


1877 


McLarnahans Road and road to Brunswick Mill, junction of 


47D 


6 008 


1876 


Mackey and Fairs Tailing Dump, on creek above 


47D 


^. 246 


1877 


Marlettes Ranch 


47D 


8 O74 


1876 


Mastens Ranch (Central Pacilic Railroad) 


47D 


/4 678 


1876 


Matty Roachs, near Mineral Hill . ... 


47D 


6,864 


1877 


Matty Roachs, divide on road north of 


4/D 


6,087 


1876 


Mexican Mining Claim 


47 D 


6 I C4. 


1876 


Middle Gate, Lookout Mountains, Captain Simpsons wagon route. 
Mineral Hill Station, Eureka and Palisade Railroad 


48C 

40 


4, 703 
6, S08 


1876 
1871 


Monte Christo Mill (Astronomical Monument) 


40C 


7 ^06 


1869 


Moore Campbells Ranch 


48D 


6,267 


1876 


Morey Mines, near Shoshone Peak 


58 


7,^84 


1871 


Mound House Station (Virginia and Truckee Railroad) 


47 D 


5,032 


1877 


New Yellow Jacket Mine, east shaft 


47D 


/6, 050 


1877 


New York House, near Dayton 


47D 


04, 810 


1877 


Occidental Mill . 


47D 


5 4^0 


1876 


Old Kentuck Ranch (Sutro Tunnel Road) 


47D 


c,684 


1876 


Omega Mill (Washoe District) 


47D 


c ;, ? 5 1 


i8;6 


OphirMine 


47D 


/6, 130 


1877 


Overman Mine 


47D 


/r 7-71 


l877 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 161 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 



Altitude 
Atlas in feet 
sheet. I above 
sea. 



Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 



N EVAD A Continued . 

Owyhee 

Palmyra (abandoned) 

Panacea, near 

Pattersons Ranch 

Peavine Ranch 

P^-ko (Astronomical Monument) 

Petersons Ranch ._. 

Peytona Mine 

Pioche (Astronomical Monument) 

Pinto Spring, Hat below 

Poeville Mine, near Peavine Peak 

Poormans Mining Claim . 

Proctors Ranch (Truckee River) 

Prospect Mine 

Pyramid Lake (Indian Agency) 

Quirm Canon, near Railroad Valley 

Race Course, near Virginia City 

Ragtown (Carson River) 

Ramsell Mill, near Silver City 

Red Jacket Mine, road below 

Reliance Mining t'ompanys Shaft 

Reno (Central Pacific Railroad) 

Ritches Cabin, near Grant Peak 

Rock Island Mine 

Rookers Corral 

Rookers Ranch 

Saint Clair (New River) 

Saint Thomas 

San Antonio 

Sand Spring Station 

Savage Mine 

Schmidtleins Ranch, mouth of Kingston Canon 

Sellers Ranch, near Reno ._. 

Sheridan (post-office) 

Sierra Nevada Mine (new shaft) 

Sierra Nevada, Mexican and Union Mines (joint shaft) 

Silver Age Station 

Silver City, church in 

Silver City, old foundry 

-Silver Hill Mine 

Silver Peak Mine 

Slaughter House, creek near 

Slaughter House, on road between Virginia City race -course and 

toil-gate 

Smoke Creek Depot 

Snow Shed, Virginia and Truckee Railroad 

Spanish Springs Ranch 

Sterling Mill, near Schmidtleins Ranch 

Stillwater, on the Slough 

Stones Cabin . 

Stones Ferry (Colorado River) 

Stumps Ranch 

Sturtevants Ranch (Truckee River) .. 

Superior Gold and Silver Mine 

Sutro . . 



4oC 
47 D 
58D 
48D 

47 D 

4oC 

4 8D 

4 ;D 

58D 

38D 

47 D 

47 D 

47 D 

4 7 D 

47 D 

58 

47 D 

48C 

47 D 

47 D 

47 D 

47 D 

48C 

47 D 

4 8D 

4 8D 

48C 

66B 

57 

48C 

47 D 

48D 

47 D 

S6B 

47 D 

47 D 

4 8D 

47D 

47 D 

47 D 

47 D 

47D 
47 B 
47 D 
4?D 
48D 
48C 
57B 
66 

49 
47D 
47D 
47 D 



5. 392 
6,592 
4,718 
5.213 
4,952 
5, 180 
6 ,i37 
6,639 
5,942 
5,6oo 
6,408 
6,000 

3,963 
5,866 
3,98o 
6,256 

6,i57 
4,002 

5,324 
5,19 
6,047 

4,484 
7,474 
5,6 7 8 
6,708 
7,148 

a3,989 
i, 600 
5,280 
3,926 

/5,i 79 

6, 220 
4,439 

4, 794 
76,031 
/6,o6 7 
6,014 
5,098 
4,940 
/5,28 5 
4,25? 
5, "8 

6,414 
4,163 
5,685 
04, 469 
6,818 
3,954 
6,390 
I, 108 

4,749 
4,33 
6,415 

"4, 392 



1871 
1877 
1869 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1869 
i8 7 6 
i8 7 6 

l8 7 2 

1877 
1876 
1876 

1857 
1876 
1877 
1871 
1876 
1876 
1877 
i8 77 
:8 77 
i8 7 6 
i8 7 6 
i8 77 
1878 
i8 7 8 
i8 7 6 
1869 
1871 
1876 
i8 77 
i8 7 6 
i8 77 
i8 7 6 
i8 77 
:8 77 
1876 
1877 
1877 

1877 
1871 
1877 

1876 
1877 
1877 
1876 
1876 
1876 
1871 
1875 
1871 
1876 
1877 
1877 



1874 WH- 



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162 BAKOMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEVADA Continued. 
Sutro Monument, divide between Emma and Rose Peaks . _ 


47 D 


5,837 


1876 


Sutro Tunnel : 


47D 


/4, 482 


1876 


Shaft No. I 


47D 


/4, 998 


1876 


Shaft No. 2 


4?D 


/5,539 


1876 


Shaft No. 3 


47 D 


/5, 867 


1876 


Shaft No. 4 . 


47D 


/5, 998 


1876 


Swanns Ranch (East Walker River) 


S7A 


<;. 042 


1878 


Taylors Ranch 


470 


4, 720 


1878 


Tecoma (Central Pacific Railroad) _ _ 


4oD 


4,788 


1878 


Todhunters Ranch (Long Valley) 


iSD 


5, 85 1 


1877 


Trojan Mine 


47D 


6,086 


1877 


Tunnel (Virginia and Truckee Railroad), base of American Flat 
Peak 


47 D 


5,821 


1877 


Twelve-Mile House 


56B 


4, 801 


1877 


Upper Caledonia Mine _ ._ ._ 


47D 


5,987 


1877 


Underdown Canon, mouth of Reese River 


48D 


6, 181 


1878 


Utah Mine 


47 D 


5, 996 


1876 


United States Coast Survey Stake, 82-85 . . 


47D 


5,858 


1876 


Vaughans Ranch 


48D 


5, 316 


187;: 


Verdi (Central Pacific Railroad) 


47 D 


/4, 894 


1876 


Virginia City : 
Astronomical Monument.. 


47 D 


6, -539 


1876 


Biddlemans Milk Ranch 


47D 


5,825 


1876 


Foot of B street 


47D 


6, 2Q4. 


1876 


165 G street 


47D 


6, 118 


1876 


Virginia City and Washoe, divide between 


47 D 


7, 242 


1876 


Virginia and Gold Hill Water Flume, near Virginia City.. . _ 


47 D 


6, 559 


1877 


Vista (Central Pacific Railroad) 


47 D 


/4, 406 


1876 


Vivian Mine 


47D 


5,414 


1877 


Vulcan Mine, flume near 


47D 


5, 187 


1877 


Wadsworth (Central Pacific Railroad) 


47 D 


4, OQ< 


( 1876 


Walkers Ranch . 


40 


5, 146 


I 1877 
1860 


Walker River Indian Agency _ . 


48C 


4, 1 20 


1876 


Wallaces Ranch 


48D 


5,787 


1878 


Ward Mine . 


47D 


16, 117 


1877 


Washington (San Pedro Canon) ... __ .. 


48D 


6, 992 


1876 


Washoe (Virginia and Truckee Railroad) 


47D 


5. 02 1 


1876 


Washoe Grade, foot of . 


47D 


5,8=|o 


1877 


Washoe Grade, Station 7 


47 D 


7, 202 


1877 


Weimer Mud Meadows 


3Q.C 


4, ^18 


1877 


Welchs Ranch .. 


48D 


*;, 771 


1878 


West Belcher Mine . ._ 


47D 


6,098 


1877 


West Gate, Lookout Mountains, Captain Simpsons wagon route .. 
West Point 


48C 
66B 


4,504 

i, 755 


1876 
1869 


White Rock 


48C 


04,818 


1876 


Wilcox Ranch ... 


47D 


5. ^06 


1876 


Wm. Penn Mine .. . 


47D 


5,2-55 


1877 


Winnemucca (Astronomical Monument) ... 


39 D 


4,355 


1877 


Winter Ranch (Dry Valley) 


476 


5. 145 


1877 


Woods Ranch, Pyramid Lake (Emerson, by King) 


476 


3,861 


1877 


Yellow Jacket Mine 


47D 


/5, 959 


1877 


Youngs Ranch, Snake Creek . 


40 


5, 642 


1872 











tr. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS 163 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC.-Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO. 
Abiquiu 


6 9 D 




187/1 


Acoma_ . . . 


77A 


*6 700 


1873 


Acoma, Camp at 


77A 


6 4.2 1 


187-? 


Agua Azul, or Blue Water 


77A 


6,68^ 


{^873 


Alameda 


77B 


4 gSc 


1874 
1877 


Alamillo (Rio Grande) . 


77C 




1878 


Alamocita (Rio Grande) 


84A 


A 2^6 


1877 


Alamosa (Alamosa Canon) __ 


84A 


#C, 177 


1878 


Albuquerque 


77B 




f 1873 
1874 
t 187? 


Aleman, or Martins Well, on Jornado del Muerto 


84C 


4, CQ4. 


1877 
i8 7 8 
1878 


Altrodones (Rio Grande) 


77B 




/ 1873 


Andrews Mine (Rio Galisteo) 


77B 


c cgc 


\ :8 77 
1871; 


Anton Chico 


78A 


S 480 


1871; 


Apache Tejo. _ 


84C 


^ 4.78 


1878 


Apachita ._ 


8?B 




1878 


Agua Fria _ 


77B 


6,486 




Arms Ranch (Canadian River) 


7oA 


c Q72 


1874. 


Belen . 


77D 


A 7$i; 


/ '876 


Bernal 


7 8A 


6 162 


I 1878 
187? 


Bernal Arrova 


7 8A 


6 078 


l87A 


Bernalillo (Rio Grande) 


77B 


c 08^ 


1871; 


Blazers Mill (Indian Agency) _ 


84D 




/ 1877 


Boundary Monument, Mexico and United States . 


gx>B 




i 1878 
1878 


Brazos and San Antonio Creeks, divide between 


6qB 


9,887 


1874 


Brents Ranch 


8 4 C 


4. Il8 


1878 


Burbanks Ranch 


7oC 


6 882 


1876 


Camerons Corner (Vermejo Creek) 




717-3 


1876 


Camp Stampede (Mimbres River) . 


84C 


6 208 


187-? 


Canada Ranch (Alamosa Canon) 


84A 


5 088 


1878 


Canon Blanco, head of. . 


6gC 






Canon Largo, head of 


6gC 


6 si i 


1874 


Canoncito . 


77B 


7. O2 1 


is?? 


Capitan and East Carrizo Peaks, divide between 


846 


6,847 


1877 


Carrizillo and Niggerhead Springs, flat between 




4. IQ8 


1878 


Casa Colorada . . 


7?D 


4-. 67Q 


1877 


Casa Salazar 


77A 


?,668 


1875 


Cattle Ranch (Rio Grande) .. 


6gB 


7 ^87 


1878. 


Chamisal 


6qD 




1874 


Chavez .. . 


77D 


4) 775 


1873 


Chili (Rio Chama)... 


6gD 


q 648 


1874 


Chilili 


778 


6, 838 


1875 


Chupadero Ranch. 


77D 


5,821; 


1877 


Ciboletta 


77A 


6, 41 1 


1874 


Cieneguilla 


77B 


6,026 


1874 


Cieneguilla, near Rio Grande 


6oD 


6,348 


1878 


Cimarron (Astronomical Monument) . 


7oA 


6, -^84 


1874 


Clifton (Canadian River) 


yoA 


6^92 


1874 











Approximate, on bluff about 300 feet higher than camp. 



164 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Colorado Plaza (Rio Grande) ~ 


84C 

77 D 
77B 
7 oC 
84C 
7oA 
77 A 

yyB 
77A 

8 4 B 

77B 
6gD 

77A 

7oA 
84C 
6gD 
7?D 
yoB 
84A 

84C 
6gD 
77B 
77 D 
84C 
84C 
77 D 
78A 
7 oC 
84C 
84C 
77B 
77B 
7 oC 
906 
77B 
7oA 
77B 
77B 
77B 

6gD 
7 oC 

77B 
906 
6 9 B 
6gD 

78A 

7?D 
7 oC 


4,008 

4,7" 
5,091 

7,055 
5,004 

6,454 

6, 122 
05, 680 
5-195 
6,509 

6,496 
6, O2I 

6,792 
5,639 
8,465 

4,692 

5,891 

6, 177 
6,080 

4, 184 
4,022 

5,224 
6,983 
6, "7 
6,912 
36,581 

6,455 
6,407 
6,422 

7,677 
5,224 

5,274 
5,290 
4, 79 8 
6,744 
3,738 
5,479 
6,215 

6,905 

5,5H 
7,424 

5,712 

6,612 

4,748 
6,768 
3,8o8 

7,455 
127,622 
6,418 
5,679 
5,73' 
6,789 


1878 
1877 

1873 
1874 
1878 
1874 
1873 
1874 

1874 
1873 
f 1877 
\ 1878 
1875 
1875 
/ 1873 
\ 1874 
1874 
1878 
1874 
1876 
1876 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1877 

1875 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1874 
1874 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1875 
1875 
1878 
1875 
1874 
1875 

/ 1873 
1 1877 
1874 
f 1876 
I 1877 
(. 1878 
1874 
1878 
1874 
1878 
1875 
1874 
1874 
1877 
1877 
1876 


Constancia (Rio Grande) . .... 




Corrales (Rio Grande) . 




Coyote (Coyote Creek) 




Crittendens Ranch _ . 




Crow Creek Stage Station ... .. 




Cubero 




Cuchilla _ . . 




Cuchillo 




Don Rafael Plaza _ 


Dowlins Mill (Rindoso Creek) 




El Chorro.. 




El Rito 




El Rito 




Elizabethtown. 




Ellis Ranch (Animas River) 




Embuda (Rio Grande) 




Estancia Ranch and Spring 




Emerys Ranch 




Fests P'erry (Rio Grande) 




Florida Mountains and Tres Hermanas, flat 
Fort Cummings and Mimbres River, divide 
Francisco Ranches (Rio Grande de Taos) 


between 


between.. 




Galisteo 




Gallinas Ranch 


Gavilan Canon, divide in 




Georgetown _ . 




Gran Quivira Ruins 




Greens Ranch 




Guadalupita . 




Hillsboro ... 




Hot Fprings and Mimbres Settlement, divid 
Indian Ranch _ __ .. 


e 




Isleta, three-fourths of a mile south of . _ . 




Jaroso 




Tackson Ranch (Cottonwoods) . 




Jemez 




Johnsons Ranch, near 




Kozlowski Ranch 




I>a Bajada 




La Glorieta 




La Joya (Rio Grande) __ . 




La Junta (Mora River) _. 




La Tenaja 




Las Colonas (Vaca Creek) 




Las Cruces 




Las Nutritas (Tierra Amarilla) _ . 




Las 1 ruchas . 




Las Vegas (Astronomical Monument) 




Lincoln . 




Lomitas 


Los Alamos (Sapello CreSk) . 









U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 165 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Los Brazos (Tierra Amarilla) 


6gB 




187,4 


Los Fuertos de San Augustin 


78A 




1871; 


Los Griegos (Laguna) . 


78A 


6 656 


l87C 


Los Lentes 


g-iB 




1878 


Los Lunas 


77D 


A 807 


f 8?3 
J 1876 


Los Ojos (Tierra Amarilla) 


6qB 


7 27"? 


( 1878 
1874 


Los Pinos (Rio Grande) . 


77B 


/ */J 
A 67 


l877 


Los Quelites 


77A 




( l l 73 


Los Machos (Rio Pecos) 


6qD 




I 1875 
1874 


Los Posos del Pino 


77D 




f 1876 

J 1877 


McCarthys Ranch (San Jose Creek) 


77A 




(. 1878 
1 l8 * 73 


McEvers Ranch (Berenda Creek) 


840 


5 086 


\ 1874 

1878 


McKnights Ranch (North Star road) 


84C 


6 217 


1878 


Magruders Silver Mine 


840 


e 864. 


1878 


Masons Ranch _ 


84.C 


A 771 


1878 


Mesilla Crossing (Rio Grande) 


ooB 


3 7^4. 


1878 


Mestenito 


77D 


6 268 


1876 


Mimbres River Ford, near Hot Springs 


84-C 


* O28 


1878 


Mimbres Settlement 


840 




1878 


Mora 


7oC 


7 Od.1 


1874 


Myers Ferry (Rio Grande) 


6qB 


7. 4-^4. 


1878 


Nacimiento 


6gC 


7 1OO 


1874 


Nambe Pueblo 


6qD 




1874 


Ocate (Ocate Creek) . 


7oC 


7 O77 


1874 


Ojo Caliente 


6qD 


6 126 


1874 


Ojo Caliente . 


84A 


6, 08 1 


1878 


Palomas (Rio Grande) 


84C 


4, 160 


1878 


Paraje Ferry (Rio Grande) . 


84A 


4. 1$1 


1877 


Paraje, on Rio Grande 


84A 


4, -2IQ 


1877 


Parias Ranch ... 


838 


a6 896 


1878 


Pattersons Ranch 


8?B 


a6, 720 


1878 


Pena Blanca (Rio Grande) 


77B 


5, '7 


1878 


Pena Blanca, ford of Rio Grande 


77B 


c. 107 


1878 


Peralta . 


77B 


4,661 


1877 


Piedra Pintado Canon (El Puerto) 


78A 


a S>477 


1875 


Picacho de Sabinal 


77D 


4, 7 21 


f 1876 


Picuris Pueblo 


" 

6qD 


7,108 


\ 1878 
1874 


Pinos Altos 


84C 


6,845 


1878. 


Placitas 


77B 


c, 1 20 


187^ 


Plaza del Alcalde 


6qD 


5,621; 


f 1874 
1876. 


Point of Rocks, on Jornado del Muerto 


84C 


4,268 


1877 
1878: 
1878 


Pojoaque 


6qD 


a<(. 7^0 


r 1876 


Pojuate 


77A 


a6, 269 


I 1877 
1874 


Pueblo Colorado. . 


76 


6,368 


1873 











166 BAROMETBIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Pueblo Pintado 


6qC 


6 506 


l87C 


Puertocito 


77B 




l87C 


Puertocito, near Fort Stanton 


84B 


6,428 


1877 


Punta del Agua 


77D 




1877 


Ragado 


7oC 


6 C72 


l87A 


Ralston .. 


8qB 


04, 488 


187^ 


Real de Dolores (Old Placer) 


77B 


6,802 


187^ 


Real de San Francisco (New Gold Placers) 


773 


6 6^0 


1871: 


Rincon, Colorado, mouth of 


78A 


e. Ttg 


1877 


Rio Grande Ford, near Fort Craig 


84A 


4> 44 ' 


1876 


Rio Grande, 14 miles above Fort Craig 


84A 


4, ^7 


1876 


Rito Quemado . 


76D 


a6, 827 


1878 


Rindoso and North Fork Tulerosa Creeks, divide 


846 


7,686 


1877 


San Augustin (Shedds Ranch) . 


840 


4,378 


1878 


San Antonio 


6qD 


a$, 62% 


1874 


San Cristobal Crossing (Rio Grande) 


6qB 


6 C7C 


( 1874 


San Cristobal Crossing, Highbank, west of 


698 


7 I7Q 


I 1878 
( 1874 


San Felipe Pueblo (Rio Grande) 


776 


#5, 007 


t 1878 

1878 


San Felipe de Santiago 


7oC 


C, I IO 


1874 


San Fernandez de Taos 


6oD 


6, 04.0 


I87C 


San Francisco, upper plaza 


8^B 


5,6S8 


1878 


San Ignacio 


77A 


a?. SIS 


1874 


San Ildefonso (Rio Grande) . , _ 


6qD 


c,4c8 


1874 


San Jose . _ .. 


6oD 


#5, 648 


1874 


San Jose, on Rio Grande 


84A 


4. 717 


1877 


San Juan 


6qD 


#5, 601 


1874 


'San Lorenzo (Oso Creek) _, _. 


6qD 


ff6, 107 


1874 


San Luis Rey 


776 


5, 152 


1878 


San Mateo 


77 A. 


7, 727. 


1874 


.San Pedro, I mile below . 


77B 


6,1164 


187? 


San Pedro . 


846 


4,488 


1877 


San Simeon, cienega of 


8qB 


aT., 8w 


1873 


San Ysidro .. 


77B 


5, 460 


/ 1873 


Sanchez Ranch 


77A 


7, 298 


\ "874 

1871; 


Sandia (Rio Grande).. 


776 


S,on 


1877 


Sayres Ranch (Willow Creek), (United States forage station) 
Santa Ana 


;oA 
77B 


6,694 

?, 202 


1874 
f 1873 

-j 1874 


Santa Cruz . 


6oD 


5,590 


I 1878 

1875 


Santa Fe 


6qD 


6, 965 


f 1874 

J 1875 


Santa Rita Copper Mines . 


84C 


6, 161 


I 1877 

1878 


Santa Rita and Upper Mimbres, divide between 


84C 


6, 779 


1878 


Santa Rosa 


78A 


4, 766 


1875 


Santo Domingo ( Rio Grande) 


776 


5, 191 


1877 


Santo Nino del Rincon 


7oC 


7,418 


1874 


Shaws Ranch 


84A 


7, 256 


1878 


Silla 


77B 


6,677 


1873 


Silver City 


8?D 


5, 771 


1878 


Slocums Ranch 


84C 


4, 519 


1878 


Socorro 


77C 


4, ^04 


( 1876 








I 1877 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 167 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Socorro Ford __ . _ 


77C 
7oC 

6gD 

6gD 
6 9 D 
78A 

6gD 

6gD 
77 B 
68D 
846 

840 

7oA 
84A 
846 
89 

76 

2OA 
2OA 
2oA 
2 9 A 

2OA 
20D 

2gD 

20D 
20D 

29 A 
2gD 

20C 
20D 

28D 

20A 
20B 

296 

2OA 

20A 
2OA 
2OA 
20C 

293 

388 

38A 

20A 
2 9 C 
20A 
20C 
2OA 
2OA 

290 


4,534 
5,844 

6,949 
7,oi5 
6,983 
5,831 

6,668 

a6, 245 
6, 214 
6,506 
4,634 

4,358 
6,259 
8,960 
6,582 
04,374 
6,392 

2,844 

(12, 096 

i,795 
4,124 

3,335 
5,124 
4,495 
01,830 
1,561 
4,237 
4,762 
02, 794 
2,603 
6,412 
3,197 

2, 142 
4,273 

180 

1 88 
215 
3,515 
2,563 
4,657 
04, 559 
4,953 
1,267 

4,312 
01, 160 
3,621 
12246 
al, 624 
4,174 


1877 
1876 

/ 1874 
I 1877 

1874 
1877 
1875 
f 1874 

1 1877 

1874 
1875 
1873 
1877 
f 1877 
I '878 
1874 
1878 
1877 
1873 
/ 1873 
t 1874 

1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 

1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 
1878 


Stone Ranch (Franklin Ranch) (Canadian River) 


Taos __ 


Taos Pueblos . . - 


Taos Rancho de (Francisco Ranches) . 


Taylor Ranch 


Tesuque 


Tesuque Pueblo 


Tijeras __ .., 




Toussaints Ranch .. . __ 






W ite Rock Canon, head of divide , . 


W .iters Ranch . 


\ ucca Camp _._ ._ 


/uni , ._ __ 


OREGON. 
Antelope (post-office) _ _ 


Barlow Tollgate (Stricklands Ranch) 


Barnums Ranch . 


Big Meadows 


Big Prairie (Salmon River) __ 


Big Summit Prairie __ 


Brattons Ranch -- - 


Bridge Creek (post-office) _. -__ 


Burnt Ranch (John Day River) 


Buttons Ranch _ 


Buzzard Canon __. 


Carmicals Ranch (Crooked River) _ . 


Cherry and Muddy Creeks, divide between 


Crater Lake road, summit of 


Cross Hollows (post-office) 


Currant Creek (Stage Station) . 




Dalles City 


Dalles: 
North Base 


South Base _ _ 


Deschutes and John Day Rivers, divide on Shears road 


Deschutes River, toll-bridge near Carmicals 


Dillard and Rensha ws Ranch _ _ 


Drakes Ranch . 


Drew Valley (post-office) . 




Durands Ranch, near Silver Lake __ 


Eaton Ranch (post-office) ___...._. - 


Farewell Bend (Deschutes River) 


Five-mile House, near The Dalles ._ 


Fitzpatrick Ranch 


Fosters Ranch on Summer Lake _ . _ _ 





168 BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


OREGON Continued. 


386 


5,128 


1878 




llC 


33 


1878 




20C 


4, 479 


1878 




2OA 


3,026 


1878 


Halds Ranch ._ 


20D 


3,287 


1878 


Half-way Camp (East Deschutes River) 


2gA 


4,081 


1878 


Haystack or Finnegans Ranch _. 


2oA 


2, 144 


1878 


Hiltons Ranch . _1 


2OA 


3,007 


1878 




2OA 


(7388 


1878 


Hoskins Ranch (Silver Creek) _ 


298 


4, 139 


1878 




2OA 


2,018 


1878 




290 


4,466 


1878 


Kamas Prairie 


20A 


3,020 


1878 




386 


5, 525 


1877 




2gC 


04, 156 


1878 




388 


4,8Si 


f 1877 


Langtons Ranch (Great Oregon Desert) _ 


2gA 


5,163 


I '878 
1878 


Little Meadows (East Deschutes River) . 


2gA 


4, 258 


1878 




2gA 


4, 428 


1878 


Lone Pine Ranch __ 


2oC 


(23,064 


1878 


McNeals Ranch 


20D 


34,003 


1878 


Metoles River, ford of _ - 


20C 


1,902 


1878 


Millers Bridge (Deschutes River) _ 


2OA 


1 66 


1878 


Millers Ranch near Summer Lake ._ 


2 9 C 


4,420 


1878 




2gD 


4,828 


1878 


Mount Hood (post-office), (Columbia River) 


iiC 


260 


1878 




2OA 


2,414 


1878 


Oak Grove Settlement (post-office) 


2oA 


ff2, 148 


1878 


Parrish Ranch 


20C 


3,33 


1878 


Partons Ranch (Rim Rock Mountains) , 


2gC 


4,498 


1878 


Pauline Valley, ranch in 


20D 


3, 872 


1878 


Prineville 


20C 


2,899 


1878 


Rim Rock Mountains and Summer Lake, divide between 


2gC 


6,868 


1878 


Saw Mill (Mill Creek) - 


20A 


3,307 


1878 


Sherars Bridge (Deschutes River), (post-office) 


2OA 


702 


1878 


Sherars Mill Falls on White River _ 


20A 


al,oi2 


1878 




2OA 


3, 94 


1878 




2gC 


4, 960 


1878 


The Dalles (Astronomical Monument) _ 


20A 


1 80 


1878 


Tygh Valley Settlement . ... 


2OA 


1,089 


1878 


Upper Cascades Ranch (Columbia River) 


2OA 


127 


1878 


Wallace Ranch (Deep Creek) 


386 


4,487 


1878 


Warm Spring Indian Agency _ . _ 


20C 


1,514 


1878 


Warner Lake Flat 


2gD 


4,544 


1878 


Wasco . 


2OA 


al, 109 


1878 


Williamson River Ford, near Klamath 


agC 


4-387 


1878 


TEXAS. 
El Paso, or Franklin 


ooB 


3,623 


1878 


UTAH. 
Alder or Big Canon, mouth of . 


4iA 


6, 'I'll 


1877 


Alma near Weber River 


4iD 


4, 262 


1878 


American Fork _. - _ 


5oB 


4,578 


1872 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 



UTAH Continued. 

Bear Valley 66C 7,072 

Beaver 5gA 6,060 

Beaver (Astronomical Monument) 5gA 5, 916 

Birch and Paria Creeks, divide between _. 59 7, 591 

Blanchards (Salt Spring) 4lB 4,634 

Blue Creek Station (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lA /4, 379 

Bovine (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lC 4,363 

Brigham City (court-house) 4lB 4, 476 

Cedar City 5gC 5,727 

Centreville 4lD 4, 275 

Circleville (Sevier River) 59 5,625 

Clarkstcn 416 04, 853 

Clear Creek Stage Station 41 A 05, 536 

Coles Farm (on Mesa) 41 B 4, 233 

Corinne (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lB 74,233 

Corinne (Signal Office) 41 B l\, 244 

Cove Creek Station (Beaver Range) 59 6,960 

Curlew 41 A 4,396 

Danishtown 4lB #4, 408 

Deep Creek (Astronomical Monument) 496 5,237 

Deseret City 5oC 4,642 

Deweyville 416 4,415 

Diamond City 506 6,369 

East Valley (Snowy Range) 506 7, 539 

El Vadode los Padres 67 3, 194 

Ephraim City 5oD 5, 633 

Fairfield (Camp Floyd) 506 4,866 

Fausts Station 5oA 5, 296 

Fillmore _ 59^ 6,026 

Fillmore (Astronomical Monument)* 596 6,120 

Fountain Green 5oD 5,873 

Glenwood, near Richfield 59 5,221 

Goshen, northwest of, near Utah Lake 508 4, 482 

Goulds Ranch 67 4,052 

Gunnison (Astronomical Monument) 5oD 5,145 

Hackberrys Ranch (Promontory Range) 4lD 4,171 

Hamptons Bridge 4lB 4, 371 

Hay Spring Ranch. 5gA 5,092 

Heber, near 506 5, 571 

Hebron 58 5,475 

Hooperville (School-house) 4lD 4,239 

Hunterville 4iD 5, on 

Hyde Park 416 34,412 

Iron City 59 6,099 

Joes Valley (east side of), Snowy Range 5oD 8,420 

Kanab (Astronomical Monument) fyA. 4,909 

Kanara 5gC 5>449 

Kamas, near 508 6, 301 

Kaysville, Hills Farm, near 4lD 4,252 

Keiths Ranch 41 A 04,737 

Kelton (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lA 74,226 

Lakeside (Great Salt Lake) 4lD 4, 260 

Lakeside Station (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lA /4, 218 

Laketown 418 5,993 

Lehi (Utah Southern Railroad) 508 4,596 

Lewiston 418 4, 489 



Atlas 
sheet. 



Altitude 

in feet 

above 

sea. 



Expedi- 

tionary 

year. 



1872 

1873 
1872 
1872 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1877 
1872 
1878 
1872 
1877 
1877 
1878 

1873 
1877 
1872 
1877 
1877 
1872 
1872 
1877 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1878 
1877 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1878 
1877 
1877 
1872 

1873 
1872 
1872 
1872 
1878 
1877 
1877 
1878 

1877 
1877 

1873 
1877 



On Chalk Creek, three miles east of Fillmore. 



170 BAROMETltIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 



Atlas 
sheet. 



Altitude 

in feet 

above 

sea. 



Expedi- 

tionary 

year. 



UTAH Continued. 

Little Cottonwood 5oB 4,359 

Little Mountain 4lD 4, 264 

Logan 4'B 4,533 

Lucin (Central Pacific Railroad) 4oD /4, 495 

Mammoth Mill (Needle Range) 58 6,947 

Marshs Ranch (Promontory Range) 4lC 4, 230 

Matlin (Central Pacific Railroad) 4iA /4, 599 

Meadowville 4'B 5,975 

Mendon 4iB 4,553 

Monument (Central Pacific Railrjad) 4lA /4, 230 

Mountain Meadows : 59 5> 74 2 

Mount Pleasant, near 5oD 6,089 

Nephi 5oD 4,920 

North Ogden Canon, mouth c f 4lD 4,890 

North Ogden (Co-operative store) 4lD 4,509 

North Willard 4lD 4,276 

Oak Creek Settlement SoC 5, 159 

Ogden Observatory (Astronomical Monument) 4iD 74,374 

Ogden (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lD /4, 300 

Ombe (Central Pacific Railroad) 4lA /4, 724 

Panquitch, near 59 6, 273 

Paradise 416 4,863 

Paragoonah 59 6, 223 

Paria __ 67 4,562 

Parowan 5gC 5,910 

Payson SoB 4, 523 

Pettingills Ranch (Promontory Range) 4lD 4, 208 

Pilot Springs 41 A 4, 704 

Plain City 4iA 4,224 

Pleasant Valley post-office 4iB 06,065 

Point Lookout ... 418 4,565 

Pons Ranch 41 A 04, 737 

Potatoe Valley, head of 5gD 8, 610 

Promontory (Central Pacific Railroad) 41 A l\, 908 

Provo (Astronomical Monument) 506 4,567 

Rabbit Valley, south end 59 6, 849 

Richfield, near Sevier River Bridge (Astronomical Monument) 596 5, 283 

Richmond 4lB 4, 6^6 

Ricks Bridge (Logan Creek) 416 4,452 

Rosebiers, on Dove Creek 4lA 04, 999 

Rozel (Central Pacific Railroad) 4iA /4, 597 

Saint George (Astronomical Monument) 67 A. 2, 6n 

Salt Lake City (Observatory), (Temple Pier) 4iD /4, 330 

Salt Lake City (Signal Office) 4iD /4,352 

Scipio, near 5oD 5, 113 

Shoonesburg 67 A 3,920 

Skeens Ranch 4iA 4,266 

Skumpah 67A 6,000 

Smithfield 418 4,623 

Stauffers (North Fork Raft River) 4lA 04,795 

i 



1872 
1878 
1877 
1872 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1872 

1873 

1872 

1877 

1877 

1877 

1872 

("1873 

\ '874 

1 1877 

{1877 
1877 
1872 
1877 
1872 

fl8 7 2 

\i873 
1872 
1872 
1878 
1877 
1878 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1872 
1877 
1873 
1873 
1872 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1877 
1871 
/ '873 
11877 
1878 
1872 
1872 
1877 

fl8 7 2 

11873 
1877 
1877 



U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 171 

TABLE III. CITIES, TOWNS, SETTLEMENTS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


UTAH Continued. 

Strawberry Valley 


SoB 


7> 7 I 7 


1872 


Ten-mile Station , _ 


4lA 


5,086 


1877 


Terrace (Central Pacific Railroad) 


4iA 


4, SSI 


1878 


Tibballs Ranch 


4lA 


4, 204 


1877 


Toponce Ranch . . . ..... 


4iB 


4,583 


1877 


Van Hellers Ranch 


4iA 


4, 807 


1877 


Washington . _ _ 


67 


2, 906 


1872 


Willard City , ^ 


4iD 


4,311 


1878 


Willow Creek (Utah Southern Railroad) 


SOB 


4,409 


1872 


Winegar Ranch, near mouth Jordan River ... 


4iD 


4, 206 


1878 


WASHINGTON. 
Walla Walla (Astronomical Monument) 


I2C 


1,034 


1878 


WYOMING. 
Cheyenne (Astronomical Monument). . 


44-C 


/6, 041 


1872 


Green River Station (Union Pacific Railroad, Astronomical Monu- 
ment) _ . 


428 


6,096 


1873 


Evanston (Union Pacific Railroad, Richard's Astronomical Monu- 
ment) 


42C 


/6, 757 


1877 


Laramie (Union Pacific Railroad, Astronomical Monument) 


43D 


7, 123 


1872 


MEXICO. 
Algodones Station . . ,. 


8iD 


1 88 


1876 


New River Station. _. 


8iC 


80 


1876 











172 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES 



TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


ARIZONA. 

Antelope Spring, near Humphreys Peak . _ . 


75 


8,065 


1871 


Apache Spring . - . 


76 


6, 125 


1873 


Blue Spring . _ - - -- 


76 


7, 796 


1873 


Cave Springs .. _. - - 


76 


6,031 


'873 


Cottonwood Spring near White Cliff Creek 


7$ 


4, ^7 


1871 


Coyote Spring 


7&D 


6, 874 


1878 


Deer Spring 


76 


5,982 


/ J73 


Desert Tanks (Great Colorado Plateau) 


76C 


S, 102 


\ 1874 
1871 


Diamond Creek, mouth of _ 


67 


I, ViO 


1871 


Eureka Springs _ 


83 


4,239 


1873 


Green Spring , , 


67 


4,931 


1873 


Limestone Waterpocket __ 


67 


5,4O5 


1873 


Lockwood Spring, near Bill Williams Mountain (Relief Spring) _ 
Mineral Springs 


75 
76 


5,527 
6,670 


1871 
1873 


Mountain Spring _ _ 


74D 


3, 596 


1875 


Navajo Spring 


67 


4, no 


'873 


Nelson Tanks _ _ 


75 


6,216 


1871 


Peach Orchard Spring 


68C 


6, 273 


1873 


Pine Tanks . __ 


83 


5, 649 


1871 


Reservoir Lake 


1 


9,056 


1873 




76 


6, 169 


1873 


Summit Springs _ __ 


76 


7,867 


1873 


Sunset Tanks ._ _ 


76 


5,797 


1871 




8^A 


5,717 


/ 1873 


Tin-nah-kah Spring (Colorado Plateau) 


66 


4,080 


\ 1874 

1871 


Truxton Springs 


75 


3,886 


1871 


Tule Spring _ _ 


76 


5,925 


873 


Tule Spring, near La Tilla 


76D 


5,86i 


1878 


Volunteer Spring, near Humphreys Peak _ 


75 


7, 106 


1871 


White-rock Spring 


68C 


a6, 301 


1873 


Willow Spring 


76 


7, 201; 


( 1873 


CALIFORNIA. 

Antelope Spring (Amador road) 


568 


4,272 


1 1874 
1878 


Arab Springs (Coso Mountains i 


6<;D 


5,697 


1871 


Ash Springs 


65 A 


1,810 


1878 


Bah-le-bah Spring 


656 


6,284 


1875 


Bird Spring _ . . . __ 


73A 


3,949 


1878 


Bennetts Well (Death Valley) 


6sD 


j.y^y 


1875 


Black Spring, on Big Tree road _ . 


56B 


6,421 


1877 


Blue Lake, upper __ _ 


566 


8,094 


1877 


Bridal Veil Creek, one-half mile above Yosemite Trail 


56D 


6,938 


1879 


Bridal Veil Fall, Merced River, opposite 


56D 


3,823 


1878 


Bridal Veil Fall, pool at foot of _ _ _ _ 


56D 


4, 150 


1878 


Bridal Veil Fall, top 


<;6D 


4, 769 


1878 


Caliente Springs 


73 A 


3,688 


1875 


Canon Springs _ 


8iA 


1,238 


f 1875 








I '876 



U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



173 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 

Carnelian Hot Springs (Lake Tahoe) 


47 D 
56B 
47A 
47A 
3 8D 
56B 
S6D 
8iD 
3 8B 
6 S C 
73A 
65 A 
73A 
47D 
566 
8iA 
47A 
56D 
74A 
8iC 
47A 
3 8B 
73B 
73B 
656 
74A 
3 8C 
S6B 
566 
56B 
568 
47 B 
3 8D 
/4?B 
\38D 
47A 
4 yB 
47 B 
47D 
566 
r6 S C 
650 
' 73A 
173B 
8iC 
476 
8oB 
3 8B 
47 D 
56D 
4?B 
47B 
566 
6 S C 
S 6D 


6,257 
6,392 
5.934 
a6, 085 
5,808 
5,512 
9, 646 
/88 

5,329 
3,876 

2, 162 

4,957 
1,989 
5,88s 
5,998 
28 

5, "4 

4,6 3 o 
. 4, 220 

iss 

5,864 

4,697 
4,015 

2, 180 
2,432 
3,272 
4, 277 
5,42i 
8,567 
8,620 
4,670 
3,949 
5,476 

} 5.39 
6,080 
3,959 
3,851 
6,257 
6,005 

I 2, 608 
2O 

5,757 
i, 292 
5,060 
6, 202 
8,558 
5,268 

5,431 
7,242 
3,o86 
8,575 


1876 
1877 
1878 
1878 
1877 
1877 
1878 
1876 
1878 
1871 
1878 
1871 
1871 
1876 
1877 
1875 
1877 
1879 

1875 
1876 
1878 
1877 
1875 
1875 
1871 

1875 
1878 
1878 

1877 
1877 
1877 
1876 
1877 

1877 

1878 
1877 
1877 
1876 
1877 

1875 

1876 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1876 
1878 
1876 
1876 
1877 
1875 
1878 


Carson River east fork, and Silver King Creek, junction of 


Chip Creek head of 


Cinder Cone, lake east of . 


Clear Lake (Warner Range) 


Cold Spring, east of Stonebreakers _. ._ 


Conness Peak lake 2 miles northwest of 


Cooks Well .. 


Cow Head Lake . . 


Cow Spring . 






Desert Spring _ . 




Double Springs . 


Dry Lake near Bitter Springs 


Eagle Lake . - 


Eleanor Lake .. 




Gardners Well 




Goose Lake - , 


Granite Springs 


Grant Wells .. 


Grapevine Spring (Grapevine Mountains) 


Halloran Springs . 


Hat and Lost Creeks, junction of __ 


Herring Creek and Stanislaus River, junction of 


Highland Lake north tributary to Mokelumne River 


Highland Lake, south, tributary to Stanislaus River 


Hines Hot Spring 


Honey Lake - 




Horse Lake 


Hot Springs 


Hot Springs east of Honey Lake . 




Hot Springs (Lake Tahoe) .__.__ 




Indian-Wells -- 


Indian Wells - . 


Ken- Spring (Willow Creek) 


Lacuna Grande (San Jacinto Valley) 




Lake Tahoe 


Lamberts Soda Spring 


Last Chance and Squaw Queen Creeks, junction of 


Last Chance and Thompson Creeks, junction of 


Leek Spring old emigrant trail to Pleasant Valley 


Little Lake 


Ly ell Creek mouth of 





174 



BAEOMETRIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


CALIFORNIA Continued. 
Mazurka Creek Springs .. 




6, 202 


1871: 


Meadow Lake 


47 D 


7 377 


1877 


Mesquite Spring _ . 




2, OIO 


1871 


Middle Alkali Lake (Surprise Valley) 


38D 


4, ?SI 


1877 


Mirror Lake 






1878 


Mud Spring (Amador road ) 


<;6B 


c, 07-3 


1878 


Mud Spring, Noble Pass road. 


47 B 


4, 671 


1877 


Nevada Fall, foot of, Yosemite Valley 


<;6D 


5, 203 


1878 


Nevada Fall, top of, Yosemite Valley ... . 




5,808 


1878 


' Owens I,ake . .. _ 


ocC 


3, S67 


1871 


Packers Lake, near 


47C 


O> J"/ 

6. 04 1 


1876 


Pah-ute Spring 


74 B 


2, 849 


1871 


Peach Spring .. __ 






1878 


Rattlesnake Lake 


47 D 


6, 88 1 


1877 


Rose Spring _ _ 


6<;C 




1871; 


Sack etts Wells . .. 


8iC 


2IO 


1876 


/San Joaquin, north fork, head of . 


56D 


7, 184 


1878 


Saratoga Springs 


66C 


264 


1871 


Secret Valley Creek, head of . ..... 


47 B 


4, 934 


1877 


Seven Wells 


8iC 


/6o 


1876 


Silver Lake (reservoir of El Dorado and Deep Gravel Mining 
Company) .. ... 


566 


7, 174 


1877 


Silver Spring, near Lookout Hill . 


650 


04, no 


1875 


Soap Spring 


7 3 A 


706 


1878 


Soda Lake, sink of Mohave River 


74A 


i, 128 


1875 


Soda Springs _ 


47 D 


5,882 


1877 


Surveyors Wells 


736 


3,567 


1875 


Tragedy Spring . . 


566 


7,989 


1877 


Twin Lake, near Tejon Pass . . 


73A 


5, 106 


1878 


Vernal Fall, foot of, Yosemite Valley . . 


56D 


4,633 


1878 


Vernal Fall, top of, Yosemite Valley 


56D 


4, 976 


1878 


Virginia Creek Trail, lake near summit of 


56D 


10, 090 


1878 


Warm Spring (Sonora road).. 


568 




f 1877 


Webber Lake .... 


47 D 


6 808 


1 1878 
f 1876 


Wild Rose Spring 




4, 683 


t >77 
1871; 


Willow Creek, mouth of Petes Valley . 


47 B 




1877 


Willow Lake.. 




c 782 


187? 


Willow Spring, near Ehrenberg 






f i87>; 


Willow Spring, 13^ miles southwest of Mohave Station . 


8iB 


420 


\ 1676 


Yosemite Falls, foot of lower 


73A 


2,573 
4, 018 


1875 
1878 


Yosemite Falls, foot of upper 


56D 




1878 


Yosemite Falls, top of upper 




/6, 482 


1878 


Yosemite Falls, top of lower 


JJ6D 


/4, 421 


1878 


COLORADO. 
Beaver Creek, mouth of 




8 416 




Buffalo Springs (South Park) 


6iB 


#8 <K2 


1876 


Chicoso Spring 


7oA 




1874 


Cold Spring, 4^ miles north of Rosita 


62C 


o. 06^ 


1874 


Crystal Creek, near head of 


6iA 


o 482 


1877 


Cuerno Verde Lake 


62C 


I I f 365 


1874 


Granite Falls 


6iC 




187? 











U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



175 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


COLORADO Continued. 
Hardscrabble Creek, head of 


62C 


9, 1 02 


1873 


Hensen Creek, head of 


6iC 


12,066 


187"; 


Idaho Springs . 


52D 


7,284 


1873 




6iC 


q, 581 


1875 


Mosca Pass, lake in 


6iD 


7,495 


i8?s 


Pagosa Hot Springs _ _ ._ . 


6gA 


7,057 


/ 1873 


*^an Juan head of middle fork 


6iD 


10, 429 


i 1874 
1874 


San Luis Lake (largest) . . ,. 


6iD 


7,477 


1874 


Tell Lake 


6iB 


Q, Q77 


187^ 


Trout I^ake _ . - 


6iC 


9, 700 


1875 


Twin Lakes 


S2D 


9, 187 


187-! 


Ute Creek forks of 


6iC 


10, 801 


1874 


Vincennes Creek, head of _ _ 


6iA 


10, 185 


1877 


Wagon Creek , mouth of 


6aC 


8, 199 


1874 


Williams Creek, headwaters of 


62C 


10, 528 


1876 


IDAHO. 
Bear Lake - - __ 


4iB 


S.O'iS 


1877 


Bonneville Bench Mark: 
No I, near Barrys Ranch 


4lA 


C. I -12 


1877 


No. 2, southeast Barrys Ranch 


4iA 


[ i, 11^ 


1877 


No 3 1 1 A miles south Barrys Ranch 


41 A 


?.o6i 


1877 


No 4 Meander Station 5 


4lA 


4, or?6 


1877 


No. 5, Meander Station 8 _ 


4iA 


4,836 


1877 




4-lA 


C, IQ2 


1877 


Near Meander Station 3 


4iA 


"i, I^Q 


1877 


R. near Meander Station 10 ,_ __ 


4iA 


5> 264 


1877 




12C 


4., -2 CO 


1877 


Deep Creek (head spring) 


4iA 


4,761 


1877 


Fly Spring _ __ 


T,2C 


5,912 


1877 




\2C 


?. 2?<; 


1877 


John Days Lake 


12D 


6,400 


1877 


Malade Springs _ __ . 


T.2C 


5, 150 


1877 


Marsh Lake (Sams Ranch) 


gc 


4, 123 


1877 


Mule Spring, head of Gentile Valley 


-J.2D 


5, 245 


1877 


Palisade Spring __ _ . 


T.2C 


4, 528 


1877 




\2C 


<z6, 178 


1877 


Shadow Lake 


T.2C 


4, ^10 


1877 


Spring 4 miles from Fort Hall 


\2D 


C. 142 


1877 


Ten-Mile Spring 


J2D 


e, 1:48 


1877 


Twin Spring 


4iA 


5, 207 


1877 


Warm Spring, near Samaria 


4lB 


4. W6 


1877 


NEVADA. 
Alkali Lake, mouth of High Rock Canon _. 


38D 


4, 067 


1877 


Aliens Spring 


48C 


4. OS I 


1876 


Antelope Spring 


40 C 


7, 201 


1869 


Antelope Spring ._ _ _ . __ 


C7B 


6,445 


1876 


Barkley Spring _ 


3 8D 


5,906 


1877 


Campbells Spring 


S7B 


7,366 


1876 


Carson Hot Spring (at jail) __ _____ 


4;D 


4,592 


1876 




48C 


^, OSO 


1876 


Cedar Hill Canon, spring at head ........ 


47D 


7,045 


1876 











176 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 
TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEVADA Continued . 
Cold Spring near Borax Flat 


S7A 


4,200 


1876 


Cottonwood Spring (Spring Mountain range) 


66 


3,450 


1871 


Coyote Spring 


58 


3674 


1871 




74A 


4,391 


1875 




66 


5,782 


1871 




47D 


4, 512 


1877 


Desert Wells 


57 


4, 696 


1871 


Disappointment Spring _ 


66 


4.835 


1871 


Fish Lake - 


S7C 


4, 745 


1871 


Fish Lake - 


5SA 


6,866 


1871 




4yB 


4,041 


1878 


Friday Creek, mouth of (Lake Tahoe) 


56B 


6, 202 


1876 


Genoa Hot Springs ._ 


5&B 


4,802 


1877 


Hot Spring 


48D 


4,731 


1871 


Indian Spring (Monument Canon) _ 


58B 


6, 114 


1869 


Marlette Lake . _ 


4yD 


7, 750 


1876 


Mountain Spring _ _ 


66C 


5.5 01 


1872 


Mud Sprirx* 


66A 


4,900 


1869 


Naquinta Springs (Tim-pah-ute range) 


58 


6,892 


1871 




58 


6,652 


1871 


Pinto Spring _ 


38D 


5,639 


1877 


Pyramid Lake (north end) _ 


47B 


3,848 


1877 


Rattlesnake Spring 


586 


6,038 


1869 


Sacramento Spring 


49D 


6,575 


1869 


Sheep Head Spring _ 


478 


3,914 


1878 


Sprin^ Valley Spring, near Eureka 


49 


7,768 


1871 


Steamboat Springs _ 


47D 


4, 595 


1876 




48C 


3,973 


1876 


Sutro Spring 


47 D 


5,366 


1876 


Tib-ba-bah Spring 


48C 


6,248 


1876 


Tis-sa-pok Spring __ 


48C 


5.832 


1876 


Todhunters Spring (Long Valley) 


38D 


5, 779 


1877 


Twin Lakes _ 


47 D 


7,843 


1876 


Virgin River, mouth of _ __ 


66D 


1,200 


1869 


Wah-wah-bah Spring, near Slate Peak 


48C 


5,188 


1876 


Wall Spring 


38D 


3,912 


1877 


Washoe Lake _____ 


47D 


5,046 


1876 


Welchs Spring 


576 


5, 236 


1876 


White Bluff Spring (Beaver Mountains) 


66 


5,020 


1871 


Winnemucca Lake _ 


476 


3,825 


1877 


NEW MEXICO. 
Agua Negra and Mora Creeks, junction of 


7oC 


8, 194 


1874 


Aguajes-de-los Guajalotes _ __ __ 


78A 


6, 202 


1875 


Alamo Canon (Warm Spring) 


84A 


6, 593 


1878 


American and Cieneguilla Creeks, junction of 


7oC 


8,183 


1874 


Annaya Spring _ ___ 


84A 


4, 717 


1877 


Antelope Spring 


77B 


6,291 


1875 


Bacon Spring 


76 


7, 190 


1873 


Black Rock Tank __ _ _ _ 


goA 


4,180 


1878 


Boulder Lake 


6gB 


7, 204 


1874 


Buffalo Springs, 2 miles east of 


77B 


6,346 


1875 


Canon Spring ___ _ 


830 


5,498 


1873 











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TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



177 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
Canoncito Tanks 


77D 


5,o8^ 


1877 


Carrizo Spring : 
Head of Carrizo Creek 


846 


8,811 


1877 


Southwest of San Magdalena 


84A 


a6, 112 


1877 


Carrizoso Spring (Murplr's Ranch) _ _ 


848 


$> 3 


/ 1877 


Carrizillo Spring 


ooA 


4,457 


\ '878 
1878 


Cattle Spring 




4> 54 


1878 


Chupadero Spring _ _ _ __ _ 


77D 


6, 241 


1877 


Cottonwood Spring (Franklin Range) 


qoB 


4, 77"? 


1878 


Cow Spring (Antelope Plains) 


84C 


^,001 


i 1873 


Cross Spriiv 


77A 


6 265 


\ 1878 

l87A 


Culebra Spring 


77C 


c. 707 


1876 


Datil Spring 


77C 


7. 4IQ 


187-? 


Deer Spring 


68D 


7 68-! 


l87? 


Dripping Spring (San Andreas Range) 


846 


^.623 


1877 


Elk Spring (Sacramento Range) 


840 


7,414 


1878 


Empedrados Tanks 


78A 


6. 4^7 


1876 


Gallo Spring (Datil Range) , 


76 




1873 


Gallo Spring 


77A 


7. QA.1 


1871; 


Gallo Spring 


<S;I! 


a7, C8o 


1878 


Gallinas Water-holes 


77D 


6, IQI 


Io77 


Hedionda Lake _ __ 


698 


7, 149 


1874 


Hedionda Lake, Water-holes (near) 


6qB 


7, 181 


1874 


Hell Canon, spring in _ ., .....'. 


7?B 


6,082 


1876 


Horse Spring 


84A 


7. O4S 


/ 1873 


Hot Spring, foot of Needle Point (south) 


68 D 


C, CQA 


X 1874 
1874 


Hot Spring (Hudsons) _ . . 


84C 


<;,oo8 


1878 


Hot Spring, I mile west of Hudsons 


84C 


5,065 


1878 


Indian Canon Water-holes 


77A 


ai, 847 


1874 


Indian Spring ._ 


7?A 


9, 289 


1874 


Jakes Spring 


848 


a<. 217 


1877 


Jaraloso Spring 


848 


4,783 


1877 


Kettle Spring _ __ 


ooA 


4, 54 


1878 


La Lacha Spring 


8qB 


4. 7^6 


1878 


Laguna 


77A 


6,266 


1874 


Laguna Colorada . 


778 


7,000 


1875 


Llano Spring 


846 


f, -248 


1877 


Leitendorfs Well 


8gB 


" ^ 

4, 601 


187^ 


Los Aguajes (Mesa Jumanes) 


7?D 


6, 524 


1877 


Los Cazos Spring 


778 




187? 


Luera Spring 


84A 


7,585 


f 1873 
{ '874 


Malpais Spring _ . 


848 


4, 106 


( '878 

1877 


Mangos Spring 


8^D 


4, 799 


187^ 


Mesa Spring, near San Mateo 


77A 


7,851 


1874 


Monica Spring . ._ 


84A 


7,602 


/ 1873 


Mound Spring.. _. _ 


848 


4,336 


\ 1878 
1877 


Mule, or Macho Springs 


840 


5, 261 


/ "873 


Mule Spring, No. 2 


840 


5,652 


\ '878 
1878 











1874 WH- 



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BAROMETKIC ALTITUDES. 

TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name 




Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Contin 
Niggerhead Spring 


ued. 


ooA 


4 861 


1878 


Nutria Spring _ . 




76 




f 1873 

J IS?/! 


Oak Spring . _ . 




76 




(. J75 
187 * 


Oak Spring 




760 




1878 


Oak Spring (Encinosa) 




7&D 




1878 


Oak Spring . 




84 B 




1877 


Ojo Amarilla 




6oC 


6 784. 


I87J. 


Ojo Berenda (Turkey Mountains) 




77D 




1877 


Ojo Caliente, near Zuni__ 




76 




i87-> 


Ojo Chameleon _ 




77D 




1878 


Ojo de Estancia . 




7?D 




1876 


Ojo de Nuestra Senora .._. 




ogC 


6 606 


I87C 


Ojo del Cibolo 




77D 




1877 


Ojo del Oso. 




77D 


7 786 


1876 


Ojo de la Casa _ _ 




77D 




1876 


Ojo de la Parida 




77D 




1877 


Ojo de la Quinca 




77C 


Z 672 


1876 


Ojo de las Canas . 




77D 




1876 


Ojo de Los Pinos 




6gC 


7 OCX 


1874 


Ojo Milagro . . 




848 




1X77 


Ojo Seco 




&5A 


t 2S8 


1877 


Oscuro Water-holes 




846 


c c6i 


1877 


Pato Pond (Jicarilla Mountains) 




8 4 B 




1877 


Pato Spring (Jicarilla Mountains) . 




8 4 B 




1877 


Pedtrnal Spring 




77B 


6 804 


1877 


Pedernal Water- holes 




77B 


6 850 


187? 


Penasco Creek, head of 




840 




1878 


Pescado Spring 




76 


6 c.d.6 


1871 


Pueblo Spring. 




77C 


6 108 


/ "873 


Rock Springs 




76 




1 "878 

187^ 


Salt Lake (Alkaline Ponds) 




77D 




1876 


Salt Lake, near Sweet Water Spring 




76 


v, 04 / 


1871 


San Andreas Water-holes, or Dripping Spi 


ing _ 


846 




1877 


San Diego Hot Springs 




6gD 


8 720 


l87i 


San Lorenzo Spring 




77C 




1878 


San Marco Spring 




77B 


6 056 


1876 


San Nicolas Spring . 




84D 


4 218 


1878 


Sapillo and Manuclit Creeks, junction of . 




7OC 


6 876 


l87i 


Silver Springs 




840 


7 67.8 


1878 


Stinking Springs.. 




76 


6 690 


1877 


Stinking Springs 




77B 




l87C 


Taylor Spring. 




846 


6 988 


1877 


Thompsons Spring, 7 miles northwest Oak 


Spring 


76 


7 6O7 


1877 


Tomascenos Water-holes 




77D 


^. SO2 


1876 


Torreon Spring.. 




84A 


c 080 


1877 


Tres Cerros Springs 




846 


6 128 


1877 


Two Cave Spring 




77A 




1874 


Valley Spring ' 




77B 




l87C 


Warm Springs, mouth San Diego Canon 




6oD 


8 766 


1874. 


Waterpool in Chasco Mountains 




68D 


6,380 


187? 


West Gallinas Spring 




77D 


7 677 


1877 


White Oak Spring _ 




846 


6, 618 


1877 













U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 
TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



179 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


NEW MEXICO Continued. 
White Tail Spring 


846 


7, 517 


1877 


White Water Spring, near ._ _ . 


840 


3,888 


1878 


Willow Springs 


TjA 


6,677 


1874 


OREGON. 
Abert Lake (Alkaline) 


20D 


4, 2OQ 


1878 


Big Spring (Klamath Marsh) 


2gC 


4, 5^2 


1878 


Corral Springs, on Oregon road 


2gA 


4,569 


1878 


Corral Spring, camp near source 


2gA 


4,78^ 


1878 


Crater Lake, edge of cliff, 900 feet above . 


28D 


7> '43 


1878 


Crescent Lake . 


f 28B 


I #4,753 


1878 


Davis Lake _ . 


\2gA 
2gA 


4,466 


1878 


Fall Creek Cascade 


2qA 


4, 178 


1878 


Fish Lake .. . . 


20C 


3, 155 


1878 


Four-mile Lake, near Mount Pitt 


28D 


5. 610 


1878 


Fort Klamath Reservation, spring in 


2gC 


4, 5Q7 


1878 


Goose Lake 


38B 


4, 697 


1877 


Horsehead Spring 


2QA 


4, 1 86 


1878 


Lodge Pole Spring 


20C 


1,648 


1878 


Mule Spring 


2gD 


4,738 


1878 


North Twin Lake 


28D 


a$, 117 


1878 


Odell Lake . 


286 


4,873 


1878 


Pauline Lake __ .. 


2gA 


6,336 


1878 


Summer Lake 


2gC 


4, 163 


1878 


Summit Lake ._ _ _ 


28B 


5, 610 


1878 


Warm Springs (Warm Spring River) 


2OA 


i, ^20 


1878 


Warm Spring Indian Agency 


20C 


i, 514 


1878 


Willow Spring, near Round Butte 


29C 


4, 696 


1878 


UTAH. 
Antelope Spring (House Range) . 


506 


6, 701 


1872 


Antelope Spring (Promontory Range) 


4lA 


4,858 


1878 


Antelope Spring, upper _. __ 


5 


7> '11 


1872 


Bear Lake 


416 


S.O?S 


1877 


Berrys Spring 


67 


2,810 


1872 


Big Dam Springs . 


4lD 


4, 317 


1877 


Blue Spring 


4iA 


-t, 613 


1877 


Buckhorn Spring _ . _ _ 


59 C 


5,688 


1872 


Connors Spring .. _ . 


4iD 


4, 251 


1878 


Desert Spring, near Hebron 


58 


5,887 


1872 


Emigrant Springs 


4iA 


5, 271 


1877 


Fish Lake 


5Q 


8, 76^5 


1872 


Fish Springs 


so A 


4, 269 


1872 


Good Indian Spring 


5oA 


5, 771 


1872 


Great Salt Lake 


4iA 


/4, 210 


1872 


Ha-\vah-\vah Springs 


59 


5,551 


1872 


Hansel Spring (Dilleys Ranch) . 


4iA 


5,043 


1877 


Hay Patch Spring 


qoA 


5, 590 


1872 


Indian Spring (Champlin Mountains) 


5oA 


5,283 


1872 


Mill Spring (Ha-wah-wah Range) .. . 


59 


6,504 


1872 


Pah-ghun Spring 


66 


2,282 


1871 


Raft River, head of south fork 


4iA 


6,723 


1877 


Salt Springs 


4iA 


4, 203 


1877 


San F'rancisco Springs (Picacho Mountains) 


59 


6,527 


1872 











180 



BAROMETRIC ALTITUDES. 
TABLE IV. LAKES, SPRINGS, ETC. Continued. 



Locality and name. 


Atlas 
sheet. 


Altitude 
in feet 
above 
sea. 


Expedi- 
tionary 
year. 


UTAH Continued. 
Sevier Lake _ 


(So 


1 4, 600 


; 1872 




159 
6;A 


/ 
5,558 


I i73 
1872 


Washie pah-ghun Spring . 


66D 


4,421 


1872 


Weber River, mouth of _ _ 


4iD 


6, 202 


1877 


White River Junction, north and south forks 


51 


7,088 


1873 


Willow Springs . _ 


5oA 


4,421 


1872 


WYOMING. 
Canteen Springs _ _ 


418 


6,722 


1877 


MEXICO. 
Cookes Wells . 


8iD 


177 


1876 


Gardners Wells. ... .. 


8iC 


132 


1876 


Seven Wells 


8iD 


125 


1876 











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ITINERARIES OF IMPORTANT ROUTES 



CALIFORNIA, NEVADA, OREGON, UTAH, ARIZONA, 
NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, AND WYOMING. 



191 



192 ITINERARIES OF ROUTES. 



ITINERARIES OP IMPORTANT ROUTES IN CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NE- 
VADA, UTAH, ARIZONA, NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, AND WYOMING. 

The following itineraries embrace a small portion only of tbe results 
of the odometer measurements made by the various parties of the sur- 
vey. The original intention was to publish, under this heading, the 
final results of the odometric and barometric measurements gathered 
along all the principal wagon-routes surveyed, but at the date of going 
to press only the tables here given were in a sufficiently complete state 
for the printer. Most of the material here presented has not before 
been -published, and refers mainly to California and Nevada, while the 
routes of Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado, Utah, and Idaho have 
already been more or less carefully examined and the results published 
in the annual reports of this office for 1877 to 1879, inclusive. 

The distances given are the results of odometric measurements, un- 
less otherwise stated, while the altitudes of all tue main points are 
from cistern-barometer determinations, the minor ones being from an- 
eroid readings, checked by daily comparisons with the cistern barome- 
ter, and computed by the method described in the Meteorological In- 
structions issued by this office. 

M. M. M. 

ENGINEER OFFICE, 

U. S. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



U. 8. GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 



193 



Route 
No. 


Itineraries. 


Distance. 


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Reno, Nev., to Fort Biclwell, Cal 


Miles. 
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Susanville, Cal., to Sheeps Head, Nev . _ _. 


56.05 


198 




Susanville, Cal , to Lake View, Oreg ,- _ 


143. 82 


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Fort Bidwell, Crl , to Forth Klamath, Oreg 


140. 68 


201 


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Fort Klamath Oreg to Fort Bidwell, Cal 


1 80. 70 


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Fort Bidwell, Cal., to The Dalles, Oreg 


406. 77 


203-4 




Summit Lake Oreg to Beatties Butte, Oreg 


257. 70 


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Oak Grove Ore" to Tollgate Mount Hood, Oreg 


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49. 75 


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Cottonwood Cal to Susanville, Cal 


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NOTE. The lists of variations of the needle intended for insertion 
in this volume it has not been possible to compile for want of available 
force, and hence this data must perforce remain upon the original and 
other MS. records of the survey finally transferred to the Engineer 
Department. G. M. W.