Thomas Jefferson Cram Maps 1838-1841

Cram was a government agent in charge of surveying the modern border between Wisconsin and the upper peninsula of Michigan. Cram was overwhelmed by his task and, after striking the East Branch of the Montreal River, traveled southeast to Trout Lake via 6-Pause Portage in an effort to triangulate his survey between Lac Vieux Desert and the East Branch of the Montreal. Cram makes some great references to the lakes of Manitowish Waters.

Thomas Jefferson Cram Map 1838
Cram Map of Sturgeon and Pemenee Falls 1840
Cram Fieldbook Map of Lac Veiux Desert 1840
T. J. Cram Map 1840
T. J. Cram Green Bay Map 1840
Cram Fieldbook WI MI Border