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Education: Proposed Consolidation
Education: Proposed Consolidation
Map of Prince Edward Island. Education - proposed consolidation. Colored overlay on printed map. The map also shows the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Northumberland Strait, and various bodies of water., Map of Prince Edward Island. Education - proposed consolidation. Colored overlay on printed map. The map also shows the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Northumberland Strait, and various bodies of water.
Entrance to the Croppo River
Entrance to the Croppo River
Plan of part of Lot 29 (No.4). Entrance to Croppo River. Shows soundings at Crapaud Harbour. The map shows the harbour and entrance to the Crapaud (or Westmoreland) River. Soundings appear to be given in both fathoms and feet. Shoals and flats are indicated with dotted lines. Rocky and marshy areas are indicated. The map shows the names of a few residents. North arrow. , The map shows the harbour and entrance to the Crapaud (or Westmoreland) River. Soundings appear to be given in both fathoms and feet, with feet usually indicated by a letter "f". Shoals and flats are indicated with dotted lines. Rocky and marshy areas are indicated. The map shows the names of a few residents. North arrow., Back of map: Lot 29 No. 4
Geological Map of Canada and Newfoundland: Derive from the Results of The Canadian Geological Survey and from the Labors of Dr.
Geological Map of Canada and Newfoundland: Derive from the Results of The Canadian Geological Survey and from the Labors of Dr.
Framed map of Canada and Newfoundland. The map is has colours for different land marks, and a table that explains it all. Shown are bodies of water such as rivers, islands, roads, towns, and cities., Framed map of Canada and Newfoundland. The map is has colours for different land marks, and a table that explains it all. Shown are bodies of water such as rivers, islands, roads, towns, and cities.
HF.95.61_CrtDeLAccadie
HF.95.61_CrtDeLAccadie
Rectangular map engraved on paper; framed and covered with glass. Coloured. Depicts Nova Scotia, P.E.I., Cape Breton, and part of New Brunswick; all place names in French. Highland areas in brown. Acadia in light blue. Map surrounded by a yellow border. Elaborate cartouche surrounds the title in lower right corner. Additional associations Frame HF.95.6.1 A, Description 5 Lower right corner: CARTE DE L'ACCADIE et Pais Voisins Pour servir a l'Histoire Generale des Voyages Par M.B. Ingr de la Marine, 1757 Echele de Lieues communes de France Description 5 outer edge lower left: Tom, XIV Description 5 outer edge lower right: No 13
Half Lot No. 18
Half Lot No. 18
Plan of the eastern half of Lot 18 (No.3). Mainly outline. , The map shows the eastern half of Lot 18. Line scale in chains. North arrow., Back of map: Half Lot No. 18. Lot 18 No. 5
Hillsborough Bay
Hillsborough Bay
Paper map in frame. Nautical chart originally published in 1842 and corrected and reissued many times. Large corrections in 1860, 1868, 1869, 1881. Relief is described pictorially, with hachures, stippling and soundings. Three views of the land from the harbour are illustrated from various positions on the map. Legend provides notes on Lights, Buoys, and Beacons. Additional features identified include clay, gravel, mud, rock, sand, shells, stones, and weeds. Soundings are measured in feet. Roads are outlined as are some properties.
Holland Grove
Holland Grove
Plan of the block of land between Euston Street and Fitzroy Street and Prince Street and Great George Street known as Holland Grove. Town Lots 18-22 and 63-67 in the fifth hundred., Plan of the block of land between Euston Street and Fitzroy Street and Prince Street and Great George Street known as Holland Grove. Town Lots 18-22 and 63-67 in the fifth hundred., Back of map: Plan Holland Grove. Plan of the block of land between Euston Street & Fitzroy Street and Prince St. & Great George St. known as Holland Grove, William Brown
Incomplete part of Lot 48 (No.130)
Incomplete part of Lot 48 (No.130)
Incomplete part of Lot 48 (No.130). Shows the following estates: DesBrisay, Crooke, Cummingham, Cunard, and Lawton. Also gives the names of some residents., Incomplete part of Lot 48 (No.130). Shows the following estates: DesBrisay, Crooke, Cummingham, Cunard, and Lawton. Also gives the names of some residents., Back of map: Incomplete plan of part of Township 48 Desbrisay Lawton. No 130., Tobias Coady, Robert James, James Woods, Archibald Kennedy, Edward Woods, Robert Woods, [George Lund], [Willia Smallwood], Robert Jackson, [William Fergeson], McGregor Stewart, [Malcolm McCallum], [Robert Lund], John Jenkins, Stephen Myers, Dougald McPherson, Patrick Brazel, James Traynor, Donald McDonald, Allan McDonald, Peter Trainor, Patrick Traynor, James Traynor, James Roberts, James Stewart, W. Acorn, [J. Welhaly], Benjamin Jenkins, [Francis Traynor], [George Bollom], Thomas Murphy, [James Clarkin], [Hugh Clarkin], [James Corley], Charles Myers, James Finnegan, [M. Hugh], John Kelly, O. Connely, Thomas Kelly, [Bernard Kelly], Patrick Quinn, Michael Trainor, Mrs. Widow McKenna, John Brown, James Stewart, R.P. Haythorne
IslandImagined Site Content
IslandImagined Site Content
A collection to be used to store images used in the site content.
KiQuCoLine
KiQuCoLine
Plan of the line dividing Kings and Queens Counties in Prince Edward Island as established by the Commissioners under the provisions of the Act 4th: William 4th: Cap. 15 (No. 80). The map shows the boundary line between Queens and Kings counties. It indicates locations of survey markers along the line--including stones, posts, burned stumps and trees--which were marked with the initials Q. C. and/or K. C. The tree markers are indicated by small drawings. Labels indicate swampland and different types of forest along the boundary. The boundary is marked off in miles. The map shows portions of roads, creeks and springs that cross the boundary. The bridge at Mount Stewart is shown. Only 4 residents' names are given, all near the Mount Stewart and St. Andrews areas. Bodies of water, which include the Northumberland Strait, Hillsborough River and Gulf of St. Lawrence are coloured blue. Compass rose with north and magnetic north arrows. , The map shows the boundary line between Queens and Kings counties. It indicates locations of survey markers along the line--including stones, posts, burned stumps and trees--which were marked with the initials Q. C. and/or K. C. The tree markers are indicated by small drawings. Labels indicate swampland and different types of forest along the boundary. The boundary is marked off in miles. The map shows portions of roads, creeks and springs where they cross the boundary. The bridge at Mount Stewart is shown. Only 4 residents' names are given, all near the Mount Stewart and St. Andrews areas. Bodies of water, which include the Northumberland Strait, Hillsborough River and Gulf of St. Lawrence are coloured blue. Marshland is sometimes coloured green, sometimes indicated by labels. Compass rose with north and magnetic north arrows., Back of map: No. 80 County Line. Plan dividing King's & Queen's Counties.

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