ISLE ROYALE Située a l'Entrée du Golphe de Saint Laurent
Isle Royale, situated at the entrance to the Gulf of St. Lawrence
Jacques Nicolas BellinJ. Arrivet
This map only has graticule borders on the bottom and right sides. The scale bar is in common leagues and the map uses the Paris prime meridian. There are 3 notes across the bottom referring to other maps in the atlas; notably No. 13, the Gulf of St. Lawrence, No. 25, Port Dauphin and No. 24, Louisbourg.
J. N. Bellin
1 map : 20 x 29 cm
On verso: 22. Written in pencil on verso: Cape Breton, Canada, 1764. Noted on the top right outside the neat lines: Tome 1, No. 22 which indicates this is from Bellin's "Le Petit Atlas Maritme".
Cape Breton Island
-62.925; -59.195; 45.063; 47.061
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
Le Petit Atlas Maritime
Tome I, no. 22
Jacques Nicolas Bellin
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