Island Imagined



Title: Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
Date Created: 1851
Name: Martin, R. M.
Name: Tallis, J. & F.
Name: Rapkin, J.
Name: Rapkin, J.
Name: Fussell, A.
Name: Rogers, J.
Abstract: The map shows Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island and parts of New Brunswick and Quebec. Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, P.E.I., Anticosti Island and the Magdalen Islands are mapped in detail, particularly the coastal features. The various jurisdictions are outlined with different colours. The map shows the railway to Quebec. It uses hachures to show elevation. The map has five (5) colour illustrations: "Nova Scotia and Cape Breton", which appears to be a coin; "Newfoundland", also a coin; "Halifax, Nova Scotia", which shows a harbour view of the city; "Cod Fishery off Newfoundland" showing fishing ships at sea; and, at the bottom, an untitled illustration of Newfoundland dogs. The map has a bar scale in miles below the title and a decorative border showing frozen branches, scrolls and fish on lines. The map was drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin; the illustrations were drawn by A. Fussell and engraved by J. Rogers. James W. Macnutt Collection.
Identifier: HF.96.1.27
Physical Description
  • 1 map: col.; 33 x 24.7 cm. [measurements provided on the back of the item]
  • Lithograph [from information on the back of the frame]
  • Information about the publication of this map and the names of its authors, illustrators and engravers was found on the David Rumsey Map Collection website at http://www.davidrumsey.com/
  • Lithograph on paper, framed, under glass.
Country: Canada
Province: Newfoundland
Province: Nova Scotia
Province: Prince Edward Island
Use and Reproduction: This material is provided for research, education, and private use only. For all other uses, please contact the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation. All responsibilities for copyright are the responsibility of the user.
Restrictions on Access: There are no access restrictions on this content.
Physical Location: Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation