Newfoundland, St. Laurence Bay, the Fishing Banks, Acadia and Part of New Scotland
The importance of the east coast fishing grounds is illustrated on this map by a note specifically outlining the fishing permissions granted to the French under the Treaty of Utrecht (1713).
Moll was well known for not dating his maps or publications. The dates associated with his maps and atlases are estimated based on notes included on the maps.
Thos. Bowles and John Bowles
1 map : colored ; 20 x 26 cm
The 2nd state of this map is distinguised from the 1st state by the presence of "47" outside the neat lines in the upper right and from the 3rd state by the absence of a note above the scale bar on the taking of Cape Breton (Kershaw 572).
NewfoundlandNova ScotiaNew Brunswick
Cape Breton Island
-70.215; -51.333; 43.108; 52.328
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
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