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Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Plan du Port Dauphin
Date: 1744      Size: 12 x 8 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Englishtown (formerly Port Dauphin) and St. Ann's Bay on Cape Breton Island. One of the oldest European settlements in North America. Inset map of the fort. Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2835
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte des Bayes, Rades et Port de Plaisance
Date: 1744      Size: 12 x 8 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Placentia, Newfoundland, the original French capital of the island. Established in 1655, but surrendered to the British in 1713. Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2842
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte de l'Isle de Terre-Neuve
Date: 1744      Size: 15 x 12 inches
Published: Paris
Description: French chart of Newfoundland. Other than the few small settlements in the southeast corner of the island, the rest of the interior is still unsettled and largely unknown. Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2973
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte du Golphe de St. Laurent et Pays Voisins
Date: 1751      Size: 15 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Coastal chart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence featuring Newfoundland, St. John, and Cape Breton. Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2866
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Carte De L'Acadie Isle Royale
Date: 1757      Size: 13 x 9 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Early map of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island by the influential French hydrographer, Jacques Nicolas Bellin. Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2902
Cartographer: London Magazine
Title: : A Map of the Harbour of Louisburg and parts adjacent
Date: 1758      Size: 7 x 4 inches
Published: London
Description: The east coast of Cape Breton island, specifically the area around Louisbourg. The town and fort were captured by the British in 1758 during the French & Indian War (Seven Years' War). Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2978
Cartographer: John Gibson
Title: : A Plan of the City of Louisbourg with its Fortifications
Date: 1761      Size: 5 x 3 inches
Published: London
Description: Miniature map of Louisbourg in Nova Scotia together with the fortress. Its capture from the French in 1758 during the Seven Years War was of great strategic importance to the British.
Map Ref: CAN2966
Cartographer: London Magazine
Title: : A New Map of the only useful and frequented part of New Foundland
Date: 1762      Size: 10 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Interesting map of Newfoundland with the comment "The Inland parts of this island are entirely unknown". Coloured.
Map Ref: CAN2946
Cartographer: Jacques-Nicolas Bellin
Title: : Baye Ste. Anne ou Le Port Dauphin dans l'Isle Royale
Date: 1764      Size: 10 x 7 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Englishtown (formerly Port Dauphine) and St. Ann's Bay, Cape Breton Island. French chart with coastal soundings and hachured relief. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: CAN2524
Cartographer: Hansard
Title: : Map (on Mercator's Projection) shewing the Several Proposed Lines of Railroad in the North American Provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Part of Canada
Date: 1849      Size: 28 x 16 inches
Published: London
Description: Proposed routes of the Canadian Pacific Railroad in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Printed colour.
Map Ref: CAN2930
Cartographer: John Tallis
Title: : Nova Scotia and Newfoundland
Date: 1851      Size: 13 x 10 inches
Published: London & New York
Description: Decorative map of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland with views of Halifax and the Newfoundland cod fishery. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: CAN2994
Cartographer: Archibald Fullarton
Title: : Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island
Date: c. 1860      Size: 21 x 16 inches
Published: London
Description: Victorian map of Eastern Canada, showing Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick together with the Gaspe Peninsula. Printed colour.
Map Ref: CAN2953
Cartographer: SDUK
Title: : North America
Date: c. 1860      Size: 13 x 16 inches
Published: Edinburgh
Description: Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and part of New Brunswick. Collectively known as the Maritimes, or Maritime Provinces. Printed colour.
Map Ref: CAN2852
Cartographer: Johnson & Ward
Title: : Johnson's New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward 1d.
Date: 1863      Size: 15 x 12 inches
Published: New York
Description: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland. Original hand-colour.
Map Ref: CAN2040
Cartographer: R.G.S.
Title: : Map of Newfoundland
Date: 1864      Size: 9 x 10 inches
Published: London
Description: Newfoundland, a survey to accompany a paper by the Reverend J. Moreton published in the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society. Printed colour.
Map Ref: CAN2884
Cartographer: A. & W. McKinlay
Title: : Map of the Province of Nova Scotia including the Island of Cape Breton
Date: c. 1865      Size: 39 x 30 inches
Published: Halifax, N.S.
Description: Detailed folding map of Nova Scotia published by a Halifax firm during the First Nova Scotia Gold Rush (1861-74). The locations of the gold fields and coal mines are specifically indicated. Printed colour. [Folded]
Map Ref: CAN2869