Scarce separately published navigational sea chart of Sabine Lake and environs, published by the US Coast and Geodetic Survey in Washington in April 1901.
The map includes a stamp at the bottom left, noting that it is corrected to November 1902.
The chart was prepared to provide the best available information to sailors navigating the Sabine Pass, from the Gulf of Mexico to Lake Sabine, including transit through the Port Arthur ship Canal.
The map extends to the north end of Sabine Lake, including the mouth of the Neches River and Sabine River. Port Arthur, Sabine and Sabine Pass (including the Old Fort and Life Saving Station) are shown in great detail.
The Kansas City, Pittsburg and Gulf Railroad line is shown exending to Port Arthur, with the line of the Texas and New Orleans Railroad extending to Sabine Pass.