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"Things to see and do in Ontario" Map

A map of Ontario detailing sports and activities located within the "Heart of Canada - Ontario - [an] easy to reach vacation land!" The "things to see & do" are located at different stops along the Trans-Canada Highway. Map dated 1961. Published for free distribution by the Department of Travel & Publicity of the Province of Ontario.

Ontario. Department of Travel and Publicity

An Accurate Map of Canada with the adjacent Countries

A reproduction by the Canadian Department of Energy, Mines and Resources of "An Accurate Map of Canada with the adjacent Countries Exhibiting the late Seat of War between the English & French in those parts." Original map was issued in 1761 at London. Includes the areas named; New South Wales, New Britain, Canada, south Louisiana, Virginia, "Pennsilvania," New York and New England. The names and location of Indigenous peoples are also featured on the map.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources

Canadian National Railway System Map

"The Only Railway Serving All Ten Provinces of Canada:" a map showing the Canadian National Railway System in 1952. The map includes: Canadian National Railways, Grand Trunk Western Railroad Company, Central Vermont Railway Inc., Duluth, Winnipeg and Pacific Railway Company. Composed by C.N.R. Montreal. Scale 10/16 of an inch to 50 miles.

Donated by Bruce Polmanter.

C.N.R. Montreal

Carte Régionale Province de Québec Comprenant les comtés de Rinouski, Bonaventure et Gaspé

A coloured, printed map entitled "Carte Régionale de la Province de Québec - Comprenant les comtés de Rinouski, Bonaventure et Gaspé." In English, this translates to; "Regional Map - Province of Quebec - Comprising the counties of Rinouski, Bonaventure and Gaspé." Map by Jules Taché showing proposed railways. Circa 1882.

Geography of the Heavens - a Celestial Atlas

A "Celestial Atlas designed to illustrate the Geography of the Heavens" by Elijah Hinsdale Burritt, an American astronomer and mathematician. This second edition was published in 1833 by F. J. Huntingdon in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut. The pages are as follows:

  1. "The visible heavens in October, November and December."
  2. "The visible heavens in January, February and March."
  3. "The visible heavens in April, May and June."
  4. "The visible heavens in July, August and September."
  5. "The visible heavens in the North polar region for each month of the year."
  6. "The visible heavens in the South polar region for each month of the year."
  7. "Planisphere of the whole heavens on Mercator's projection."

Burritt, Elijah Hinsdale

Information Guide Map of Belleville

An information guide map of Belleville for visitors to the area. Map features points of interest within the southern part of the city. Circa 1961.

Belleville Chamber of Commerce

La Manche Western Normandy

A printed map of the Channel Islands and Western Normandy, entitled "La Manche Western Normandy." The names and locations of communities are shown. Dated c. 1897.

Map of British North America

A reproduction by the Canadian Department of Energy, Mines and Resources of "British North America by Permission dedicated to The Honorable Hudsons Bay Company containing the latest information which their documents furnish by their obedient servants." The map was originally composed by John Arrowsmith in 1834.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Arrowsmith, John

Map of Hastings County and Road Changes

A map of Hastings County in 1914. Roads to be removed are highlighted in red colour. Published by the Office of Public Roads and Highways. Scale: 2 miles = 1". Dimensions: 54cm x 87cm.

Donated by Eric Jones, accession #2015-49.

Office of Public Roads and Highways

Map of Hastings County and Townships

A map outlining Hastings County and the townships within. Neighboring counties are also present: Peterborough, Northumberland, Haliburton, Renfrew and Lennox and Addington. The Quinte region, including the cities of Belleville and Trenton are outlined at the bottom of the map.

Map of Jersey

A printed map of the Island of Jersey drawn by J. W. Stead in 1799. It features the names of parishes, water bodies and specific places.

Road Map of Central Canada 1939

A map of Central Canada detailing various roads, towns and cities. The total area extends from west Sarnia to east Prescott and north Algonquin Park to south Lake Ontario. Map dated 1939. Published by Imperial Oil Limited. Scale: 15 miles to 1 inch.

Imperial Oil Limited

Road Map of Hastings County 1932

A road map of Hastings County in 1932. Portions of adjoining counties are also pictured. Boundaries are yellow, while roads are blue and red. Published by the Ontario Department of Highways. Scale: 1 inch = 4 miles. Dimensions: 40.7cm x 66cm.

Ontario. Department of Highways

Road Map of Hastings County 1953

A road map of Hastings County in 1953. Portions of adjoining counties are also pictured. Boundaries are yellow, while roads are blue and red. Published by the Ontario Department of Highways. Scale: 1 inch = 4 miles.

Ontario. Department of Highways

Road Map of Hastings County 1956

A road map of Hastings County in 1956. Portions of adjoining counties are also pictured. Boundaries are yellow, while roads are blue and red. Published by the Ontario Department of Highways. Scale: 1 inch = 4 miles. Dimensions: 72cm x 46.5cm.

Donated by Vera Crabbe in 2008.

Ontario. Department of Highways

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