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A map of the located districts in the Province of Upper Canada describing all the new settlements, townships, &c. with the adjacent frontiers, compiled and corrected, from the latest surveys in the Surveyor General

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"Cooper sculpt." Cf. lower right margin of eastern sheet. "Note the Townships bounded by a Red line were laid out during the Government of the late Duke of Richmond." Also covers most of New York and northern Pennsylvania. On linen backing. With several new townships added north of the Thames; all townships shown in York and Simcoe counties west to line Luther to Zero; townships north of Lake Ontario added to line Mariposa to Emily, Marmora to Oso, Dalhousie to March; shorelines have been revised in the St Clair River, Georgian Bay, and Penetanguishene areas, and north of Balsam Lake from Lt Catty's exploration in 1819. The insets of York and Kingston show more roads.

Cartographer: 
Chewett, William; Francis Gore Esqr.; William McFaden
Temporal extent: 
1821
Scale: 
1:760,000
Publisher: 
William Chewitt
Place of publication: 
London
Cost for use: 
Library call number: 
G3520 1821 .C4
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Format: 
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Date of creation: 
2016 Oct 24th
Revision date: 
2016 Oct 24th