Map of that portion of her majesty's colonies of New Brunswick and Lower Canada: the title to which is disputed by the Government of the U. States with parts of the adjacent country
NamesGreat Britain. Foreign Office (Creator)Wyld, James, 1812-1887 (Engraver)Mudge, Richard Z. (Richard Zachariah), 1790-1854 (Surveyor)Featherstonhaugh, George William, 1780-1866 (Surveyor)Featherstonhaugh, James D (Cartographer)
Maps of North America
Dates / OriginDate Issued: 1840Place: London, EnglandPublisher: Foreign Office
Table of ContentsMap A: Map of that portion of her Majesty's colonies of New Brunswick and Lower Canada the title to which disputed by the government of the U. States with parts of the adjacent country -- No. 1: A Portion of Michell[']s map compiled for the Plantation Office Feb. 13th, 1755 -- No. 2: A Portion of the country represented in Mitchell's map but accurately adjusted for latitude and longitude -- No. 3: Copied from a map entitled Partie orientale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France -- No. 4: Figure de la Terre Neuve Grande Riviere de Canada et cotes del'Ocean en la Nouvelle France -- No. 5: Section as given by Colonel Bouchette shewing the different heights of land between the monument at the source of the St. Croix and the first waters of the Ristiguouche at the extremity of the exploring line -- No. 6: A Sketch of part of the River St. John west of the Madawasca River -- No. 7: Carte du Canada par Guillaume de Lisle -- No. 8.: Partie Orientale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France.
Library locationsLionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map DivisionShelf locator: Map Div. 15-5078
TopicsBoundary disputesUnited StatesNortheast boundary of the United StatesUnited States -- Boundaries -- CanadaCanada -- Boundaries -- United StatesUnited States -- Foreign relations -- Great BritainGreat Britain -- Foreign relations -- United States
NotesStatement of responsibility: engraved by Jas. Wyld.Content: Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.Statement of responsibility: "To accompany a report of the investigation of that country which the Rt. Hon. Viscount Palmerston ... directed to be made, A.D. 1839."Content: Map A on 1 sheet, B maps no. 1-8 on second sheet.Statement of responsibility: "Maps refered to in the report of Colonel Mudge and Mr. Featherstonhaugh the Commissioners appointed by the British government to explore and survey the Territory in dispute between Great Britain and the United States of America, under the 2nd article of the Treaty of 1783."Funding: Mapping the Nation (NEH grant, 2015-2018)
Physical DescriptionExtent: 9 maps on 2 sheets : hand colored; on sheets 79 x 124 cm and 50 x 78 cm
Type of ResourceCartographic
IdentifiersRLIN/OCLC: 219400118NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20643885Other local Identifier: US007.2.03Other local Identifier: US007.2.05Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 481cbcd0-79a2-0133-1397-00505686d14e
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