Particular MAP, to Illustrate Gen. Amherst's Expedition to MONTREAL; with a Plan of the Town & Draught of the Island
Map depicts General Amherst's expedition along St. Lawrence River from Quebec to the Thousand Islands and onto the Niagara River, also a plan of the city of Montreal. Included on the map are the names of First Nations such as Iroquois, Senekaa, Cayugaes, etc. An inset map details the plan of the city itself including major streets and fortifications.
Prime Meridian is unknown due to lack of Graticule and information. There is a scale bar on each map. Inset map for Montreal has its own legend with place's within the City of Montreal.
D. Henry and R. Cave
1 plan and 2 maps on 1 sheet : 18 x 23 cm
-80.188; -70.006; 42.180; 47.440
Island of Montreal inset: -74.379; -73.151; 45.063; 45.923
Montreal inset: -73.871; -73.682; 45.432; 45.537
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.30 October 1760, opposite pg. 460
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