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North America Dominion of Canada Gulf St. Lawrence Prince Edward Island: and Adjacent Coasts from Sea Wolf Island to Escuminac P
North America Dominion of Canada Gulf St. Lawrence Prince Edward Island: and Adjacent Coasts from Sea Wolf Island to Escuminac P
Prince Edward Island and adjacent coasts from Sea Wolf Island to Escuminac Point. Date of plan: April, 1888, corrected to 31 May, 1901., Counties are highlighted on the boarder with blue, yellow and red. Large settlements are highlighted with lines. Lots have acreages noted.
North America Sheet 1 : Nova Scotia with part of New Brunswick and Lower Canada
North America Sheet 1 : Nova Scotia with part of New Brunswick and Lower Canada
North America, sheet 1, Nova Scotia with part of New Brunswick and Lower Canada. Published by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. The map shows provinces, bodies of water, cities and towns, islands, and roads., North America, sheet 1, Nova Scotia with part of New Brunswick and Lower Canada. Published by Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. The map shows provinces, bodies of water, cities and towns, islands, and roads., Located in oversized material
North America: By Sidney Hall
North America: By Sidney Hall
Framed map of North America. The map shows North America and parts of South America, Greenland and Russia (including the territory that is now Alaska). Part of present-day British Columbia, including Vancouver Island, is shown as belonging to the United States. Similarly, Mexico's northern border extends beyond its modern boundaries. The map shows Canada's Arctic coast and Arctic islands only partly defined. Elevation is shown with hachures. Latitude and longitude (measured west from Greenwich) are shown along the edges. The map has a bar scale in English miles. James W. Macnutt Collection., Bottom right corner: 43; top right corner: XLIII
Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
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., 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/, On a card glued to reverse of map: Guaranteed an Original Antiquarian Map By: J. F. Tallis. Published in: 1851 [Name and date handwritten in space provided]
Office Copy of Plan No. 5 of the Royalty of George Town
Office Copy of Plan No. 5 of the Royalty of George Town
The map shows the numbered town lots and street grid of Georgetown. It gives the acreage amounts of a few of the town lots. The names of some residents have been added in pencil. The map shows springs and the Cardigan and Brudenell rivers. , Back of the map: Plan of the Royalty of Georgetown by Joseph Ball 1853. 10 chains to an inch.
P.E.I. Railway
P.E.I. Railway
Prince Edward Island Railway. Elmira Branch. Plan of Right-of-Way (No.429, Kings Co.). Plan created by Wm. B. MacKenzie, Chief Engineer. The map shows lots, roads, residents, and acreage., Prince Edward Island Railway. Elmira Branch. Plan of Right-of-Way (No.429, Kings Co.). Plan created by Wm. B. MacKenzie, Chief Engineer. The map shows lots, roads, residents, and acreage., Back of map: Elmira Branch Railway No. 429 Kings Co 1909, John Macdonald, Allan Macdonald, Charles Boucher, Archibald Currie, Petter Chirarie, James Bryan, Stephen Chirarie, John A. Macdonald, [Heirs of Allan Macdonald now in possesion of mathew macdonald], John P. McInnis, Neil J. Mcdonald, Daniel J Macdonald, Heirs of John D.A Macdonald, Micheal Mooney, Fred S.Macdonald, Malcolm MacLellon, Charles Mackinnon, Joseph R. Macdonald, James McPhee, Heirs of Ronald Macauley, Archibald McLellan, John Mooney, Andrew Mooney, Thomas Mooney, James Bruce, John C. Jerris, Daniel Macaulay, Sylvanus Macaulay, Widow of Cyrus Stewart, James Strochan, [Warren Macdonald and brother], Pius Macauley, John Whelan, Edmund J Baker, Louis Rose, Alfred Rose, John Rose, Stephen Rose, Starbird Rose, Charles Rose, William H Morrow, [Meliville Mcdonald], Frank Morrow, Livingston D. Morrow, Elisha B. Morrow, Laughlin Macdonald, Charles Macdonald, Angus Macdonald, Ezra Fraser, Daniel Robertson, John Pierce, Joseph Maclean, Arthur MacNeil, James Mellick, Josiah Mellick, John Robertson, Daniel Robertson, Daniel Macdonald, Neil Macdonald, John P Campbell, John D.Campbell and Representatives of John H.Campbell, John J Campbell, John B. McEachern, Aeneas Bailey, Michael McMahan, Joseph Bailey, Angus McPhee, William Mellick, Dominick Harris, Alfred Morrow
P.E.I. Railway Murray Harbour Branch
P.E.I. Railway Murray Harbour Branch
Prince Edward Island Railway. Murray Harbour Branch. Plan of Spur Line and Ballast Pit at Surrey (No.1159). Plan produced by H. Laurence, Engineer in Charge. Shown are roads, the railway, lots, and residents., Prince Edward Island Railway. Murray Harbour Branch. Plan of Spur Line and Ballast Pit at Surrey (No.1159). Plan produced by H. Laurence, Engineer in Charge. Shown are roads, the railway, lots, and residents., Back of map: No. 1159 of 1908. Murray Harbor Branch P.E.I. Railway (plan of Spur line and Ballast Pit), James McWilliams, Patrick McCluskey, John T. Weatherbie, Bernard McTague, James McTague, Owen McCluskey, James Mullin, Dennis Rooney
P.E.I. Railway Murray Harbour Branch
P.E.I. Railway Murray Harbour Branch
Prince Edward Island Railway. Murray Harbour Branch. Plan of the branch line from Village Green to Vernon River Bridge (No.588). Plan produced by Wm. B. MacKenzie, Chief Engineer. The map shows lots, residents, and roads., Prince Edward Island Railway. Murray Harbour Branch. Plan of the branch line from Village Green to Vernon River Bridge (No.588). Plan produced by Wm. B. MacKenzie, Chief Engineer. The map shows lots, residents, and roads., Back of map: Plan of the Vernon River Branch Railway by Wm. B. McKenzie - Chief engineer. Moncton - A.D. 1906. No. 588, Patrick Jackman, Philip Lane, Joseph Acorn, Donald Nicholson, Christopher Acorn, Alfres Mutlow, Richard Mutlow, Robert Woods, Wallace Drake, Pearle Drake, John Macdonald, George Forbes, Captain Allan Finlayson
P.E.Island Railway: Charlottetown
P.E.Island Railway: Charlottetown
Prince Edward Island Railway. Charlottetown. Appropriations into Charlottetown Station. The map shows roads, streets, lots, and buildings. , Prince Edward Island Railway. Charlottetown. Appropriations into Charlottetown Station. The map shows roads, streets, lots, and buildings., Back of the map: Railway Appropriation Ch Town. Other end: Railway Appropriation into Charlottetown Station. Approved 9th April 1872
Paln No. 1 of Railway Appropriation
Paln No. 1 of Railway Appropriation
Plan of Railway Appropriations from Alberton to Tignish. (Plan No.1). The map shows roads, resdients, acreage, lots, and foliage., Plan of Railway Appropriations from Alberton to Tignish. (Plan No.1). The map shows roads, resdients, acreage, lots, and foliage., Back of map: No. 1. Railway Plan, [Archibald Leond], Charles McRae, Hon. G.W. Howlan, George McRae, Charles McRae, David T. Lowther, John Callahan, Alexander Larkin, James Champion, Edward Sinclair, George Muttart, James Hardy, Robert Sinclair, Henry Hardy, Edward Gregg, John Gordon, William Montgomery, Henry Gordon, Robert Yeo, Robert Bownes, Walter Cahill, Jonathan McIntyre, Herbert Bell, John Burke, James Mountain

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