When I brought my first boat up from Seattle, a group of boat owners in the Olympia area provided me with all of the charts and a set of paper bound chart books for the Inside Passage, to be returned after my voyage. The books were like road atlases, with courses and reciprocals and the distances marked out on the transit lines. Every land mass had the history of the area printed on it so you could read about where you were traveling through as you transited.
I wish I had paid attention to who printed them, I have never seen anything like them ever again. That was in 1985, the boat was a 24' Bayliner Trophy, and the transit was to Seward Alaska. The guys on the dock were questioning why I needed two 300' anchor lines as I measured it out and put in the eye splices on the dock. They were very generous in any help and information they could provide.
I have to say, Butedale was one of my favorite stops along the route! It was really amazing how much it had fallen apart in the 27 years between voyages...