Eugene Quackenbush (1869 - after 1919) was a New York City based surveyor and draughtsman active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Quackenbush most notably updated Egbert L Viele's famous "Waterway Map" of New York City. He may have been a Mormon and appears to have spent some time in Chicago. A surviving manuscript letter written by Quackenbush from Chicago, regards his production of the 1874 edition of the Viele Waterway Map. There is little else known of his life.