A map of the province of Upper Canada, describing all the new settlements, townships, &c.
Printed map. "Compiled from the original documents in the Surveyor General's Office." Visual scale [67 mm=60 English miles]. This map and several other states of the same map show the progression of development in Upper Canada over time: RMC_107411 (1813), RMC_107410 (1818), RMC_107413 (1838), RMC_107415 [circa 1845], RMC_107414 , and RMC_107412 [circa 1872?]. Described in Winearls, Mapping Upper Canada 1780-1867, entry 30 (12), p. 15-16: "...(date removed from title) Also in Wyld's A New General Atlas of Modern Geography (London ), plate '59'; a legend for railways and canals has been added; twps have been added to the base of the Bruce Peninsula and in a line from Harvey to Palmerston twps in the Newcastle and Midland districts; railway shown as built from Niagara Falls to St Catharines and proposed from there to Windsor; possibly proposed railway lines from Toronto to Hamilton, Toronto to Montreal, and Guelph to Stratford also shown." Stamped "59" on upper right corner of verso. Acquired as part of the Hodsoll Collection.