"The River St. Lawrence, Accurately Drawn from d'Anville's Map Publish'd under the Patronage of the Duke of Orleans", Harrison, John
Period: 1784 (circa)
Publication: Atlas to Accompany Rapin's History of England
Color: Hand Color
16.8 x 13.3 inches
42.7 x 33.8 cm
A detailed map of the course of the seaway from Lake Ontario to Point Kamouraska at the mouth of the river. The map locates channels, islands, shoals, waterfalls, rocks and rapids in the river, as well as detail of the towns, forts and place names in the river valley. This depiction was drawn from an inset in D'Anville's large, four-sheet map.
References: Kershaw #681; Phillips (A) #5206-20; Sellers & Van Ee #251.
A nice impression on a sheet with some light foxing and a couple minor creases.