J. RapkinRobert WallisH. Warren
A steel engraved map. A small legend sits at the far western extent of the map describing the symbolization of the Hudson Bay Company's principle forts and stations. Six engravings of wildlife and residents are present, along with views of the Fury and Hecla Strait and of Montréal.
No scale bar is present, and Greenwich is used for the prime meridian; the scale and coordinates were calculated using the map's graticule.
John Tallis & Company
London, New York
1 map : outline color ; 22 x 30 cm
-9.951; -177.189; 34.938; 63.328
likely Azimuthal Equidistant
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
DA 16 M3 1851
The British Colonies : their history, extent, condition and resources
v. 1 after p. xxiv
Robert Montgomery Martin
The London Printing and Pub. Co.
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