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Plan of Distillery Block in the town of Belleville

A certified reproduction of the "Distillery Block - Lot # 50a on the north side of Dundas Street.” The block includes land on the north side of Dundas Street East between Ann Street and Albert Street, in Belleville. Surveyed by Evans and Bolger, P. L. S. and dated November 7, 1877.

This copy was made in 1972 of plan #207, as registered in the Hastings Land Registry Office.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

Evans and Bolger

37 Polling Subdivisions of Belleville

A map showing the 37 polling subdivisions of Belleville, Hastings County, Ontario. Composed by Charles Mott from the City in August 1958 and published in The Ontario Intelligencer on 28 November 1958.

Mott, Charles Allan

Map of Mineral Deposits in Marmora

An original, coloured plan of mineral deposits in "Marmora - Scale half mile to an inch." The plan includes Lots 1-20 on Concessions 6-11 in Marmora Township.

The types of mineral deposits include ranges of silurian limestone, metamorphic rocks, a gold bearing belt, and a range of reddish syenites. Mining companies include Hawkeye Co. Mine, Gatling Mining Co., Taule Mine, Severn Mine, McKinnon Mine and the Canada Consolidated Gold Mining Company. Also featured is the settlement of Malone, several roads, lakes and the Central Ontario Railway.

Glenarden Subdivision in the City of Belleville

A certified reproduction of the "Glenarden Subdivision- part of Lot # 37, Concession 2, Township of Sidney, now in City of Belleville- owner A L M O Developments Ltd.” The area includes; north of C.N. Railway, north to both sides of College Street West. Lots # 1 to 65 and Blocks A, B, C on Progress Avenue, Glenarden Crescent, Westmount Drive, Walden Circle, College Street West and Thorncliffe Drive. Surveyed by Thomas S. Ransom, O. L. S. and signed June 17, 1964.

Donated by Walter I. Watson, P. L. S.

Ransom, Thomas Saunders, P.L.S.

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

Topographical Map of Belleville - Canada sheet

A topographical map of Belleville - Canada sheet #31 C/3 (west half). Area extends from North-Honeywell corner to South-Conscecon Lake and from East- Hungry Bay to West [racist slur redacted] Narrows. Map was published by the Department of National Defence in 1950. Scale 1:50,000.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Plan of Lot XL/40 in the town of Belleville

An original, hand-painted "Plan of Lot XL [40] on the west side of Front Street in the town of Belleville. Scale 20 feet to an inch." The plan includes the River Moira in the west, a yard, an archway and Front Street in the east. Surveyed by P.L.S. John J. Haslett and signed May 14, 1870.

Haslett, John James, P.L.S. & D.P.S.

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 a map of the Montreal, Ottawa and Georgian Bay Canal

Reproduction of a map showing the "Montreal, Ottawa, Georgian Bay Canal" by G. L. Bourchier, C.E., Ottawa, Ontario, February 28, 1898. Map includes some subsidiary notes persuading Public Works Canada to adopt this canal. It eventually floundered when the inability of large ships to pass was realized.

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

Bourchier, G. L., C.E.

Reproduction of a topographical Map of the New Welland Canal

A reproduction of a topographical map showing the New Welland Canal and the country lying between Allanburgh and Port Dalhousie, by Thomas Monro and John Page (Chief Engineers of Canals). The Welland Canal shows the extent of communities along the canal, government lands along the canal and private owners of lands. The information on the map is from surveys completed in 1870-1871. Scale: 5 feet to an inch.

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

Monro, Thomas

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.

Reproduction of Carte des Cinq Grands Lacs du Canada

Map showing "The 5 Big Lakes of Canada" by Jacques Nicholas Bellin, Paris, 1764. Bellin produced a maritime atlas containing this map, showing the topography, forts, portages and the Mission Ste. Marie in the Great Lakes area. This map was published by Stonehouse Productions as part of "Charting Our Past" from the Archives of Ontario.

Bellin, Jacques Nicolas

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.

Simcoe, John Graves

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

Topographical map of Tweed - west half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1617
  • Item
  • 1958
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Tweed - Canada sheet #31 C/6, west half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1958. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Tweed - east half

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1616
  • Item
  • 1958
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Tweed - Canada sheet #31 C/6, east half. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1958. Scale 1:50,000.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

Topographical map of Trenton - Canada sheet

  • CA ON00156 M/M470-1559 - 1573, 1576 - 1579, and 1585 - 1621/1615
  • Item
  • 1938
  • Part of Map collection

A topographical map of Trenton - Canada sheet #31 C/4. Published by the Army Survey Establishment, Department of National Defence in 1938. Scale one inch to one mile - 1/63, 360.

Donated by Gerry Boyce.

Canada. Department of National Defence

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