AUTHENTIC PLAN of the RIVER ST. LAURENCE, from SILLERY to the FALLS of MONTMORENCY
Map details the Battle of Quebec during the French and Indian War of 1759. The map depicts positions of all British (General Wolfe's camp, Admiral Holmes, and the French encampments) and French troops during the capture of Quebec. The map shows rivers, roads, adjacent towns, the lines of the armies, defensive works, encampments, and warships in the river are all indicated and named.
Map of St. Laurence River, Quebec, with Quebec City. One scale bar in English miles. The prime meridian is unknown due to lack of information and graticule.
D. Henry and R. Cave
1 map ; 11 x 19 cm
Orléans, Île d'
Isle of Orleans
-71.279; -71.098; 46.774; 46.910
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.29 November 1759, opposite pg. 536
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