"[Lot of 2] Ober- (Upper-) Canada [and] Neueste Karte von Lower Canada. (Unter-Canada)...", Hildburghausen Biblio Institut
Subject: Eastern Canada, Great Lakes
Period: 1844-45 (dated)
Color: Hand Color
14.6 x 11.8 inches
37.1 x 30 cm
This pair of maps follows the southern border of Canada from the mouth of the St. Lawrence River to Lakes Ontario, Erie, and Huron. The maps are based on the work of David William Smyth, Canada's first Surveyor General. There is excellent detail of towns, roads, political boundaries, rivers, lakes, and topography. Large insets depict and New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Lake Superior.
Original color with light soiling and several damps stains that are mostly confined to the blank margins.