This map was prepared by the United States Coast Survey under the direction of Superintendent Otto Hilgard Tittmann (1850-1938). This is a new edition of the map published in April 1913 with data corrected to 1909 from a survey by the United States Army Corps of Engineers. It is one in the series of numbered charts depicting the Atlantic coast of the United States and portrays the coastline of North Carolina from Core Sound near Horse Island to Bogue Inlet. Topographical features, roads, locations of structures, and other landmarks are shown. Information relating to the soundings, aids to navigation, tides, buoys, and other aspects of the map is found in the upper left corner. Cape Lookout Bight appears as an inset in the top center of map. Relief shown by hachures; depths shown by soundings and isolines. Oriented with north to the upper right.