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Map of Mouth of Moira River

Reproduction of a map of a town site at the mouth of the Moira River [Belleville, Ontario]. Features lot owners and businesses already located in the area. Original by Samuel Wilmot, April 24, 1816. Scale: 1= 1,500.

Printed by the Hastings County Historical Society in 1969.

Wilmot, Samuel Street

Booklet "Over the Hills of Hastings"

This file contains a booklet titled "Over the Hills of Hastings" published in 1923 with the intent to bring attention to the advantages of Hastings County. It contains a brief history of the county, also featuring natural resources in the area, a description of the townships within the county and of Belleville and includes a map of Hasting County .

Map of City of Belleville and Principal Buildings

A map of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario and its principal buildings. Produced c. 1878. Scale: 13 chains to an inch. Photocopied from Hastings County Directory at the Archives of Ontario (D-1).

Map of Belleville Harbour Flood Limits and Dredging

A map of the Bellleville Harbour, in July-August 1880, featuring harbour dredging, flood limits of 1879; Flint & Holton's saw mill; Mill Island; Grand Junction Railway. By E. de Bouchinville. Scale: 400ft : 1 inch (original).

de Bouchinville, E.

Belleville and Bay of Quinte depth chart

Reproduction made in 1976 of an 1875 map of the Belleville Harbour in Bay of Quinte. The map features major streets, buildings and depth readings of travelled waters. Surveyed by F. M. Hamel, C.E. Drawn by J. M. Faga. Scale: 1:6000.

Hamel, F. M., C.E.

Reproduction of a map of Upper Canada

  • CA ON00156 M/M400-1000
  • Item
  • Mar. 1792 - Sept. 1795
  • Part of Map collection

Reproduction of a map showing "the Routes Lt. Gov. J. G. Simcoe took on trips" throughout Upper Canada from March 1792 to September 1795. The map was charted by Lt. Gov. Simcoe. A good depiction of the area now referred to as Southern Ontario and his plans for a capital there - "London." This map was published as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario by Stonehouse Publications.

Scale: about 20 miles to an inch.

Map of Belleville by Evans & Bolger 1877

An 1877 map of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario by Evans & Bolger, surveyors. Map includes a table showing dates of plans in the registry office with plan name, wards and dates.

Faraday Township: report of field notes, 1857-1867

File contains photocopied manuscript field notes by Quintin Johnston, Provincial Land Surveyor concerning resources and quality of land in Faraday Township in 1857. Also contains photocopied manuscript field notes concerning road and land surveys in Faraday Township as surveyed by Forneri and Kennedy, 1869-1870. Undated,[ ca. 1960s?] original manuscript notes containing excerpts of the aforementioned surveys are also present.

Flood Risk Maps of the Moira River

Flood risk map numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 for the Moira River. Part of the Canada-Ontario Flood Damage Reduction Program.

Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Hydrographic Map of Bay of Quinte, Picton to Presqu'ile Bay

A hydrographic map of the area surrounding the Bay of Quinte, Picton to Presqu'ile Bay in Ontario, Canada. With maps of Trenton Approaches, [racist slur redacted] Narrows, Belleville Harbour & Telegraph Narrows inset. Surveys completed in in 1952-53 and 1957. Map printed June 15, 1962. Published by the Canadian Hydrographic Service, Marine Sciences Branch, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa. Sheet number 2069.

Canadian Hydrographic Service

Hydrographic Map of Plans in Bay of Quinte

A hydrographic map of Plans in the Bay of Quinte, Ontario, Canada. 4 inset maps are included of the 1) Trenton and Approaches, 2) Belleville, 3) [Racist slur redacted] Narrows, and 4) Telegraph Narrows. Nautical surveys completed by Col. W. P. Anderson in 1893 and Mr. E. A. Ghysens in 1934. Map printed March 25, 1952. Published by the Canadian Hydrographic Service, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa.

Canadian Hydrographic Service

Reproduction of a map of the province of Upper Canada

Reproduction of a map showing new settlements, townships, counties etc.in the province of Upper Canada as of April 12, 1800. The total area spans from Quebec to Lake Huron and from Lake Michigan to New Hampshire then south to Pennsylvania in the U.S.A. This was the first printed map of Upper Canada, showing all settlements since 1784. Charted by D. W. Smith, Esq., Surveyor General London and published by W. Faden.

This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Smith, David William

Reproduction of a map of Canada West, formerly Upper Canada

Reproduction of a map showing regions within "Canada West, formerly Upper Canada " 1850. The map is divided in 3 parts: Canada West formerly Upper Canada, part 2 Vicinity of the Falls of Niagara and part 3 The City of Toronto and its environs. In 1849, the County succeeded the District as the division for municipal and judicial purposes in Canada West. That along with recent transportation developments. Composed and published by Thomas Cowperthwaite & Co. in the Clerk Office of the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Cowperthwaite, Thomas & Co.

Reproduction of map of Province of Canada, western sheet

Reproduction of a map showing regions of the western part of the province of Canada, in 1865. It features transportation and urban developments two years before Confederation, along with increased knowledge of the topography in northern regions, particularly in Canada East. Elevations are given for the Huron and Ottawa territory. Composed by Keith Johnston F. R. S. E. Published by W. & A. K. Johnston Edinburgh.

This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Johnston, Keith, F.R.S.E.

Topographical maps of Wellington

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1620 and 1621
  • Item
  • 1951
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Wellington - Canada sheet #30 N/14, both east and west half sheets. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1951. Scale 1:50,000.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Tweed - Canada sheet

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1617
  • Item
  • 1933
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Tweed - Canada sheet #31 C/6. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1933. Scale 1 inch to 1 mile = 1/63,360.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

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