NOVA SCOTIA AND NEWFOUNDLAND
J. RapkinA. Fussell
A map of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. An engraving of a view of the habour entrance of Halifax is present in the top right, and a scene from Newfoundland's cod fishery in the bottom right, which is also linked thematically in the border for the entire map. The illustrative elements of the Great Seals of Newfoundland and Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, are shown. Nova Scotia is divided into counties, and Newfoundland into its historical districts.
The scale bar is in miles, and Greenwich is used for the prime meridian; the scale was calculated from the map's scale bar and the coordinates were obtained via georeferencing.
John Tallis & Company
London, New York
1 map : outline color ; 24 x 30 cm
Prince Edward IslandNova ScotiaNewfoundland
-69.6111; -50.664; 42.997; 51.579
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
DA 16 M3 1851
The British Colonies : their history, extent, condition and resources
v.1 British North America; Book II - Nova Scotia, after pg. 158
Robert Montgomery Martin
The London Printing and Pub. Co.
This material is provided for research, education and private use only. Commercial use of this work is strictly prohibited. Attribution for use must be provided as follows: "Digital reproduction from the W. K. Morrison Special Collection of the J. B. Hall Library at the NSCC Centre of Geographic Sciences” and link to the original record. For use other than research, education or private uses please contact the J. B. Hall Library at the NSCC Centre of Geographic Sciences.