Map showing parts of the Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba (referred to on the map by its historic name of Red River Settlement), published in 1870. Mountains, bodies of water, cities and towns are named. Railroads and the international border with the United States are outlined. Rupert's Land can be seen in the northeast corner of the map. The Cariboo Gold Region can be seen towards the northwest corner of the map.
A geological map of the northern nickel range (Greater Sudbury) from 1904. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as mine sites, patented and leased mining lots, townships, First Nations reserves, railways, lakes and rivers.