Ontario Historical Topographic Maps, 1 inch to 1 mile (1:63360)

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Trenton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C04, [ed. 4], 1938
Trenton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C04, [ed. 4], 1938
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Trenton, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031C04), published in 1938. It is the forth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The survey for this map was conducted in 1930 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Trenton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C04, [ed. 4], 1938
Trenton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C04, [ed. 4], 1938
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Trenton, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031C04), published in 1938. It is the forth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The survey for this map was conducted in 1930 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Tweed, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C06, [ed. 1], 1933
Tweed, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C06, [ed. 1], 1933
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Tweed, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031C06), published in 1933. It is the first edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The survey for this map was conducted in 1931 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Tweed, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C06, [ed. 2], 1939
Tweed, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031C06, [ed. 2], 1939
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Tweed, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031C06), published in 1939. It is the second edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The survey for this map was conducted in 1931 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 1], 1909
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 1], 1909
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 25), published in 1909. It is the first edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 2], 1916
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 2], 1916
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 25), published in 1916. It is the second edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 3], 1923
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 3], 1923
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 25), published in 1923. It is the third edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 4], 1929
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 4], 1929
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 25), published in 1929. It is the fourth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 5], 1933
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 5], 1933
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1933. It is the fifth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 6], 1937
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 6], 1937
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1937. It is the sixth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 7], 1940
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 7], 1940
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1940. It is the seventh edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 8], 1944
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 8], 1944
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1944. It is the eighth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1907, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 9], 1945
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 9], 1945
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1945. It is the ninth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1945 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 9], 1945
Vaudreuil, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 031G08, [ed. 9], 1945
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Vaudreuil, Ontario region (Sheet No. 031G08), published in 1945. It is the ninth edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Quebec, Canada. The survey for this map was conducted in 1945 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Walkerton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 041A03, [ed. 1], 1946
Walkerton, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 041A03, [ed. 1], 1946
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Walkerton, Ontario region (Sheet No. 041A03), published in 1946. It is the first and only edition of this map, which shows both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The survey for this map was conducted in 1944 by the Royal Canadian Air Force, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 1], 1913
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 1], 1913
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Wallaceburg, Ontario region (Sheet No. 41), published in 1913. It is the first edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Michigan, United States of America. The survey for this map was conducted in 1908, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 2], 1924
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 2], 1924
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Wallaceburg, Ontario region (Sheet No. 41), published in 1924. It is the second edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Michigan, United States of America. The survey for this map was conducted in 1908, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Wallaceburg, Ontario region (Sheet No. 040J09), published in 1939. It is the third edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Michigan, United States of America. The survey for this map was conducted in 1908, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Wallaceburg, Ontario region (Sheet No. 040J09), published in 1939. It is the third edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Michigan, United States of America. The survey for this map was conducted in 1908, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
Wallaceburg, ON. 1:63,360. Map sheet 040J09, [ed. 3], 1939
This is a digitized image of a printed paper map of the Wallaceburg, Ontario region (Sheet No. 040J09), published in 1939. It is the third edition in a series of maps, which show both natural and man-made features such as relief, spot heights, administrative boundaries, roads, railways, trails, waterways, bridges, buildings, mills, power lines, terrain, and land formations. The image includes coverage of Michigan, United States of America. The survey for this map was conducted in 1908, as part of a national topographical survey originally commissioned by Department of Militia and Defence in 1904. Surveys for Ontario were completed by one of two Canadian Government Agencies: the Survey Division of the Department of Militia and Defence (after 1923: the Geographical Section, General Staff, Department of National Defence) and the Geological Survey in the Department of Mines (after 1935: the Mapping Branch of the Department of Energy, Mines and Resources). Original maps were digitally scanned and georeferenced as part of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) Historical Topographic Map Digitization Project.

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