Maps (1900-1949)

Alberta [general map]
This is a general map of Alberta in 1948 showing highways (surfaced), roads (improved earth), First Nations reserves, parks, forest reserves and conservation areas, railways, cities and towns., Scale 1:2,217,600, or 35 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Shows highways (surfaced), roads (improved earth), First Nations reserves, parks, forest reserves and conservation areas, railways, cities and towns.
Bow River basin above Calgary
This is a map of Bow River basin from 1913 showing power sites, power plants and sub-stations., "To accompany report on Basin of Bow River by J. B. Challies, A.M. Can. Soc. C.E. Superintendent of Water Power Branch, Dept. of Interior", Scale 1:253,440, or 4 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows storage basins, power sites, power plants, sub-stations, railways, cities and towns., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Canada [1936]
"Compiled and drawn in the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society for the National geographic magazine", Scale 1:5,892,480 or 93 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by gradient tints and spot heights., Conical equal area projection (standard parallels 49° and 66°) ., Shows sailing distances, railways, waterways, main roads, cities and towns., Insets: Dominion of Canada : main natural resources, routes of explorers, time zones -- Precipitation and temperatures -- Natural regions., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A map of Canada from 1936. Shows sailing distances, railways, waterways, main roads, cities, and towns. Relief is shown by gradient tints and spot heights.
Canada, Alaska & Greenland
"Compiled and drawn in the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society for the National geographic magazine", Scale 1:8,000,000 or 126.3 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by shading and spot heights., Chamberlin trimetric projection., Shows railways, waterways, main roads, cities and towns., Insets: Aleutian Islands -- [Arctic Circle]., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A map of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland from 1947. Shows railways, waterways, main roads, and cities and towns. Relief is shown by shading and spot heights.
Cereal map of Alberta Southern, showing acreage under crop in each township in wheat, oats, barley and flax during 1915
This map shows crop distribution in Southern Alberta in 1915., "Prepared in the Railway Lands Branch under the direction of F. C. C. Lynch, Superintendent, from data supplied by the Provincial Government and the Census Branch, Department of Trade and Commerce", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows areas of spring wheat, winter wheat, oats, barley and flax, also railways, cities and towns., Includes notes on vegetation, soil type and quality, relief, elevation, and river navigation., Fourth edition.
Cereal map of Saskatchewan, showing acreage under crop in each township in wheat, oats, barley and flax during 1915
This map shows crop distribution in Saskatchewan in 1915., "Prepared in the Railway Lands Branch under the direction of F. C. C. Lynch, Superintendent, from data supplied by the Provincial Government and the Census Branch, Department of Trade and Commerce.", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows areas of spring wheat, winter wheat, oats, barley and flax, also railways, cities and towns., Includes notes on crops, soil type and soil quality., Fourth edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Chart showing quick flashing lights on the Atlantic coast of Canada
Map showing where along the Atlantic coast of Canada lighthouses were installed during the 1908-1909 fiscal year, and areas where lighthouse installations were planned for the 1909-1910 fiscal year. A radiating light symbol denotes 1908-1909 installations, while the same symbol with a circle around it shows where more lighthouses were planned for 1909-1910., Map includes international and provincial borders, the names of provinces, islands, major towns and cities., Scale is ca. 1 : 3,000,000, Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
City of Montreal : map of central portion
Includes commercial ads., Scale not given., Major streets and buildings named., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a base map of the City of Montreal from the 1940s. It shows major streets, buildings, and points of interest, and includes commercial ads around the border.
City of Toronto : contour map
Scale 1:12,000. -- "Scale - 1000 ft = 1 in." -- Relief shown by contours. -- "Contour interval - 5 ft." -- Major streets and buildings named. -- "A 59"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a topographical map of the City of Toronto from 1908, showing major streets and roads. Relief is shown by contours.
City of Toronto : the capital of Upper Canada 1834
Scale not given. -- Originally issued in 1834. -- Major streets and buildings named. -- Includes lot numbers, ward boundaries, notes, and list of settlements in the Province of Upper Canada. -- Shows West and East directions, and the longitude and latitude of the city. -- "Respectfully dedicated to HIS EXCELLENCY SIR JOHN COLBORNE K.C.B. &c &c &c". -- "by H.W.J. Bonnycastle and Lithographed by S.O. Tazewell. RE DRAWN, 1919, BY WM. R. GREGG"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a base map of the City of Toronto, showing streets, buildings, lot numbers, and ward boundaries, in 1834.
F. P. Lloyd's Greater Toronto
"F. P. Lloyd - 21 King E. Toronto-Ont.", Scale 1:30,000., Includes airports, transit routes, wards and boundaries, places of interest index, and street index., Shows Port George VI Island Airport, Barker Airfield, and De Haviland Airport., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A base map of Greater Toronto from 1939-1947, showing ward boundaries, streets, transit routes, airports, and other points of interest. Includes street index.
F. P. Lloyd's Toronto and suburbs [with provincial ridings and progressive conservative candidates]
"Toronto Progressive Conservative Ass'n. Room 301, Federal Bldg. 85 Richmond St. W., Toronto, Ont.", F. P. Lloyd base map covered by provincial ridings along with index of Progressive Conservative candidates., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Scale approximately 1:32,000., Shows streets named & indexed, street car & bus lines, schools, street numbers., A map of Toronto and its suburbs from 1937-1943 showing provincial ridings and an index of Progressive Conservation candidates. Also includes streets, public transportation, and schools.
Federal district plan [National Capital Region]
"Based on a map published by the Department of Militia and Defence", Scale 1:95,040 -- Scale 1 inch to 1.5 miles., Relief shown by contours., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Shows administrative districts, canals and railway lines in the National Capital Region., This is a federal district plan of the National Capital Region (Ottawa, Ontario) in 1922. It shows relief by contours, as well as administrative districts, canals, and railway lines.
Forest distribution in Trent River Watershed, Peterborough, Haliburton and Hastings counties, Ontario
"Accompanying report by C.H. Howe and J.H. White", Scale 1:125,000, or 1.97 miles to 1 inch., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of forest types and distribution in the Trent River Watershed, in 1913. It also shows township boundaries, roads, and railways.
Geological map of Sudbury nickel region
Scale 1:95,040. -- "Scale 1 1/2 miles to 1 inch". -- Shows different rock and soil materials in the Sudbury region, as well as mining companies' lots and land distribution (leased and patented). -- Includes vertical geological section across the nickel basin. -- Inset: Contoured section of nickel basin from Murray Mine to Windy Lake. -- "To accompany monograph of A.P. Coleman Fourteenth annual report of the Bureau of Mines, 1905, part III. Thos. W. Gibson, Director. Geology south of nickel range partly taken from Drs. Bell and Barlow.", Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the Sudbury nickel region in 1905. It shows different rock and soil materials in the Sudbury region, as well as mining companies' lots and land distribution. It also includes a vertical geological section and an inset of a contoured section of nickel basin.
Geological map of the Dominion of Canada [1901]
Geological map of the Prairies and western part of the Dominion of Canada as of 1901. Legend on the right side is colour-coded to denote geological periods and epochs, along with acidic and basic rocks. Cities, towns, mountains, and bodies of water are named. Railroads can be seen throughout., Scale is 1:3,168,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., There is a note on the lower left corner of the map going into detail of why certain areas are labelled a certain way.
Geological map of the Dominion of Canada [1909]
Geological map of the Dominion of Canada as of 1909. Legend on the right side is colour-coded to denote geological periods, epochs, acidic and basic rocks. Cities, towns, mountains, and bodies of water are named. Railroads can be seen throughout., Scale is 1:6,336,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Geological map of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Geological map of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland as of 1913. Legend on the right side is colour-coded to denote geological periods, epochs, acidic and basic rocks. Cities, towns, and bodies of water are named. International and provincial borders are outlined. Railroads and ferry/steamship routes can be seen throughout., Note in on the bottom right reads "Geographical base from engraved plates of the Department of the Interior. Geology of Newfoundland from official map of the colony. Geology compiled by G. A. Young., Scale is 1:6,336,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Greater Hamilton comprising the Twp of Barton, all present subdivisions and proposed layouts by the City Corporation and parts of the Townships of Saltfleet, Binbrook, Glanford, Ancaster, West Flamboro, East Flamboro
Includes street names, labelled neighbourhoods, a street index, railway lines, and the radius from city hall. Proposed subdivision layouts are denoted by hashed outlines., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/, Consists of existing and proposed residential subdivisions in Greater Hamilton, Ontario as of 1913., Scale 1 inch : 2,000 feet
Highway and tourist map of the province of Québec, 1929
A bilingual tourist map issued by the Province of Québec in 1929. A legend in the lower left corner notes road conditions, international, provincial and county borders, highways, national parks, First Nations reserves, watersheds, aerodromes and customs posts. Local industries are marked in red. An inset map in the lower right shows the Montreal area. A chart in the upper left lists the length of highways and distances between cities in miles. Notes around the map contain various tips for travelers including speed limits and sign symbols., Scale is 1:1,140,480., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Highway and tourist map of the province of Québec, 1931 (back)
Back side of a bilingual tourist map issued by the Province of Québec in 1931. List on the upper left has cities and towns in the province listed with their counties and populations. The upper half of the document has tips for motorists and other tourist information including railways and a fish and game calendar. Also on the upper half is a list of distances between major Québec cities and other Canadian and American cities. Upper right corner has rudimentary maps of smaller Québec cities. Maps on the lower side of the document show suggested travel routes from Ontario and the United States to destinations in the Province of Québec ., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Highway and tourist map of the province of Québec, 1931 (front)
Front side of bilingual tourist map issued by the Province of Québec in 1931. A legend in the lower left corner notes road conditions, international, provincial and county borders, highways, national parks, First Nations reserves, watersheds, and aerodromes. Local industries are marked in red. Inset maps in the lower right and upper middle left show the Montreal area and the Québec City area, respectively (a chart next to the Québec City map lists highways and their length in miles). Smaller maps can be seen around the perimeter of the scan that show the major roads going into cities throughout the province. Notes around the map contain various tips for travelers including speed limits and sign symbols., Scale is 1:1,140,480., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Holland Marsh
Scale 1:31,680. -- "Scale 40 chains - one inch." -- Mirror image alternate title along bottom border: Holand Marsh, part of West Gwillimbury and King. -- "No. 58." -- "T-2269"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a cadastral plan of the Holland Marsh in the townships of West Gwillimbury and King from 1920. It shows numbered lots.
Lloyd's map of Greater Toronto and suburbs
"Street numbers run east and west from Yonge St. and North from the Lake. On all through streets in this map the even numbers are shown by hundreds.", Shows boundaries of wards, railroads, transit lines, harbour facilities, forts, parks, churches, schools, factories and other buildings, some being named., Reference squares are one-half mile in width - thus enabling one to estimate at a glance the distance of any point on map from the corner of Yonge and Queen Sts or any other section., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Phone main 5756., Scales vary., A map of Greater Toronto and suburbs in 1925. It shows streets, railroads, transit lines, parks, facilities, buildings, and boundaries of wards.
Lunenburg County [Nova Scotia] : index sheet no 47
This is a 1948 map of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia showing land tenure, First Nations reserves, provincial parks, grant lands, lots, acreages and owners., Scale 1:31,680, or 40 chains to 1 inch., Shows First Nations reserves, provincial parks, grant lands, lots, acreages and owners., Lots numbered and owners named., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Manitoba : map showing disposition of lands
This is a map of Manitoba in 1924 showing vacant Dominion lands, unoccupied private lands, surveyed lands disposed of, forest reserves, Indian reserves, timber berths and grazing leases., Inset: Map of Manitoba showing Dominion land agencies., Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows vacant Dominion lands, unoccupied private lands, surveyed lands disposed of, forest reserves, Indian reserves, timber berths, grazing leases, railways, cities and towns., Includes notes on soil type and quality, vegetation and crops., Eighteenth edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map No 47a showing the Algonquin Provincial Park in the District of Nipissing and the County of Haliburton [1947]
Map of Algonquin Provincial Park, published in 1947. Legend in the upper right corner marks different kinds of boundaries, railroads, roads, trails, portage areas, water features, types of terrain, landmarks, and elevation, among other things. Bodies of water are named throughout., Scale is 1:126,720., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map No. 42a showing townships in the Province of Ontario
A map showing municipalities in the Province of Ontario as of 1942. A legend at the bottom left uses different fonts and line patterns to distinguish districts/counties, townships, cities, towns, and geographic boundaries. Railways are marked and large bodies of water are named., Scale is 1:1,267,200., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Abitibi region : indicating the surveyed townships traversed by the Transcontinental and those projected lying to the south of this line of railway [North]
This is a map of Abitibi (Quebec) region in 1911 showing townships along the National Transcontinental Railway, also geologically surveyed areas, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages and trading posts. It includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area. Consists of two parts: South and North (see separate record for the South part)., [Parallel title: Carte de la région de l'Abitibi : indiquant les cantons arpentés qui sont traversés par le Transcontinental et ceux projetés situés au sud de cette voie ferrée], [Scale approximately 1:250,000]., Relief shown by notes., hows townships along the National Transcontinental Railway, also geologically surveyed areas, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages and trading posts., Includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Abitibi region : indicating the surveyed townships traversed by the Transcontinental and those projected lying to the south of this line of railway [South]
This is a map of Abitibi (Quebec) region in 1911 showing townships along the National Transcontinental Railway, also geologically surveyed areas, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages and trading posts. It includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area. Consists of two parts: South and North (see separate record for the North part)., Parallel title: Carte de la région de l'Abitibi : indiquant les cantons arpentés qui sont traversés par le Transcontinental et ceux projetés situés au sud de cette voie ferrée., Scale approximately 1:250,000., Relief shown by notes., Shows townships along the National Transcontinental Railway, also geologically surveyed areas, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages and trading posts., Includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area., In English and French., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Alberta
This is a map of Alberta in 1923 showing surveyed Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, parks & game reserves, coal fields, roads, railways, trails, cities and towns. It includes homesteads information and notes on river navigation, currents, trade, vegetation, fishing, timber, natural resources, natural gas and drilling for oil., "Western Canada series No. 1", Relief shown by contours, hachures, and spot heights., Includes homesteads information and notes on river navigation, currents, trade, vegetation, fishing, timber, natural resources, natural gas and drilling for oil., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Scale 1:1,457,280, or 23 miles to 1 inch., Shows surveyed Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, parks & game reserves, irrigable areas, coal fields, roads, railways, trails, cities and towns.
Map of City of Toronto and suburbs
Scale approximately 1:20,000. -- Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. -- Major streets and buildings named. -- Includes ward boundaries, information on fire and building limits, and inset of Toronto Islands. -- Inset of plan shewing waterfront from Greenwood's Lane to East city limits. -- "Published Expressly for The Toronto City Directory and for Sale by R. L. Polk & Company. Room "S" Victoria Chambers, Toronto.", The Map Specialty Company. (1908). Map of City of Toronto and suburbs. Toronto: Map Specialty Company., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a base map of the City of Toronto and suburbs in 1908, showing major streets and buildings, relief, ward boundaries, and information on fire and building limits.
Map of Edmonton district, Alberta
This is a map of Edmonton district in 1930 showing vacant Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, coal mines, oil and gas wells, water power plants, power lines, railroads, cities and towns. It includes information on homesteading., Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Includes information on homesteading., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Shows vacant Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, coal mines, oil and gas wells, water power plants, power lines, railroads, cities and towns.
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1905 [Central]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and First Nations reserves in the Prairies in 1905. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the East and West parts]., "Special edition showing even-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns., Preliminary edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1905 [East]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and Indian reserves in the Prairies in 1905. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the Central and West parts]., "Special edition showing even-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns., Preliminary edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1905 [West]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and Indian reserves in the Prairies in 1905. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the East and Central parts]., "Special edition showing even-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns., Preliminary edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1909 [Central]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and Indian reserves in the Prairies after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the East and West parts]., "Special edition showing odd-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908., Third edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1909 [East]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and Indian reserves in the Prairies after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the Central and West parts]., "Special edition showing odd-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908., Includes notes, land data and crops production for 1908., Third edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, 1909 [West]
This map shows lands disposed of, homesteads and Indian reserves in the Prairies after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908. Consists of 3 map sheets - East, Central and West [see also records for the East and Central parts]., "Special edition showing odd-numbered sections finally disposed of", Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows land distribution, railways, cities and towns after the Dominion Lands Act of 1908., Third edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton (Dominion of Canada) 1900
A regional map of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, and Prince Edward Island. Includes the names of bodies of water, counties (and their boundaries), cities and towns. Railway lines are marked and labelled throughout., Scale is 1 : 1,250,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Ontario and Quebec [1900]
A map of Ontario and Quebec issued by the Minister of Agriculture in 1900. Includes railway routes, ferry or steamship routes, bodies of water, towns and cities. Counties in Ontario and Quebec are outlined with hashed lines., Where counties are too small to be labelled with letters, they are numbered with a key towards the bottom of the map., Scale is ca. 1 : 4,600,000., Map shows Keewatin (now part of Nunavut), Ungava (now Quebec and Labrador), New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and parts of the United States, though none of these areas have as much detail as Ontario and Quebec., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Ontario and Quebec [1905]
A map of Ontario and Quebec issued by the Minister of Agriculture in 1905. Includes railway routes, ferry or steamship routes, bodies of water, towns and cities. Counties in Ontario and Quebec are outlined with hashed lines., Where counties are too small to be labelled with letters, they are numbered with a key towards the bottom of the map., Scale is ca. 1 : 4,600,000., Map shows Keewatin (now part of Nunavut), Ungava (now Quebec and Labrador), New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and parts of the United States, though none of these areas have as much detail as Ontario and Quebec., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Slave River : Ft. Smith to Resolution, Northwest Territories
This is a topographic map of Slave River, NT area in 1928 showing gravel bars, routes, settlements, police stations, trading posts, hospitals, missions, and more. It includes notes on relief, vegetation and soil., "Sheet No. 6", Scale 1:253,440, or 4 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by hachures and notes., Depth shown by soundings., Shows gravel bars, routes, settlements, Indian villages, police stations, trading posts, hospitals and missions., Includes notes on relief, vegetation and soil, as well as distance table and table on rapids., Insets: Ft. Smith -- Fitzgerald., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of Sudbury mining district, showing location of mines and mining properties
Mining companies named and properties identified as "patented" and "leased"., Scale 1:126,720, or, 2 miles = 1 inch., Shows geographic distribution of rocks by geologic periods of time., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the Sudbury mining district from 1900, showing the location of mines and mining properties, as well as distribution of rocks and township boundaries.
Map of Toronto and vicinity
Geological map of Toronto in 1913., Scale 1:63,360. -- Relief shown by contours. -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the Toronto region. -- Includes vertical geological section of the region. -- "To accompany Part 1, Volume 22, Report of Bureau of Mines, 1913." -- "Sources of information - Topographic base and contours from plane table sheet, Department of Militia and Defence, Ottawa, Canada ; with additions by W.R. Rogers. Geology by A.P. Coleman and H.L. Kerr. Moraine located by F.B. Taylor." -- "Map No. 22 g". -- Original., Ontario Department of Lands, Forests and Mines. (1913). Map of Toronto and vicinity. Toronto: Ontario Bureau of Mines., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of a portion of Manitoba shewing lands for sale by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company
This is a map showing the lands in Manitoba for sale by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in 1912., Shows lands for sale, Indian reserves, railways, citties and towns., Scale 1:506,880, or 8 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by hachures., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of area: Barrie, North Bay, Sudbury
Ontario regional map showing Barrie, North Bay, Sudbury, and surrounding areas. While the map lacks a legend, major roadways, proposed highways, and railway lines are outlined. Cities and towns are labelled and bodies of water can be seen throughout,, Scale is ca. 1:253,440., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of central Canada showing transportation and commercial development
Map showing deposits of metals, including precious metals, mines, smelters, refineries, and mills of various kinds. The legend located in the upper right corner also denotes roads, railways, and trading posts, among other landmarks. Area covered includes Ontario, Québec, and parts of Manitoba., Map insets include the Sudbury area and the Cobalt-Porcupine-Rouyn area., Scale is 1:2,250,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of cobalt--nickel--arsenic--silver area near Lake Temiskaming, Ont. [1907]
Scale 1:63,360. -- "Scale 1 mile to 1 inch." -- Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the Lake Temiskaming region. -- Includes vertical geological section of the region, notes, sources of information, and mine production for 1905 and 1906. -- "Geologically surveyed by Willett G. Miller and Cyril W. Knight, 1904." -- "To accompany Report of W.G. Miller, in fourteenth report of the Bureau of Mines, 1905"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the area near Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, in 1907. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as lot boundaries. It also includes a vertical geological section of the area, and notes, sources of information, and mine production for 1905 and 1906.
Map of cobalt--nickel--arsenic--silver area near Lake Temiskaming, Ont. [1910]
Scale 1:63,360. -- "Scale 1 mile to 1 inch" -- Relief shown by spot heights, pictorially and by hachures. -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the Lake Temiskaming region. -- Includes vertical geological section of the region, notes, sources of information, and silver production from cobalt mines, 1904 to 1910. -- "To accompany 4th Edition of Report by Willet G. Miller, Provincial Geologist, in Part II of the Nineteenth Report of the Bureau of Mines, ... Hon. F. Cochrane, MInister of Lands, Forests and Mines." -- 4th edition (enlarged), August 1910; (1st edition, April 1905; 2nd edition, Sept. 1905; 3rd edition, March 1907)., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the area near Lake Temiskaming, Ontario, in 1910. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as lot boundaries. It also includes a vertical geological section of the area.
Map of northern Alberta land districts : comprising agencies of Peace River, Grande Prairie & Edmonton
This map shows land districts and lot distribution in Northern Alberta in 1919, as well as number of vacant quarter sections in each township., "Showing number of quarter-sections in each township available for homestead entry"., Scale 1:2,217,600, or 35 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Includes notes., Shows land districts and lots., 3rd edition., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of northern nickel range
"To accompany thirteenth report of the Bureau of Mines, 1904", Scale approximately 1:126,720, or 1 inch to 2 miles., Shows different rock and soil materials, also mine sites, patented and leased mining lots, townships, First Nations reserves, railways, lakes and rivers., Lots numbered and mining company owners named., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., 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.
Map of part of the District of Nipissing, showing agricultural lands surveyed on Lake Temiskaming, Ontario
Inset: Key plan showing Lake Temiscaming., Scale 1:95,040, or, 1.5 miles to 1 inch., Shows colonization roads and lots reserved for veterans., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of part of the District of Nipissing in 1905, showing agricultural lands surveyed on Lake Temiskaming Ontario. It also shows township boundaries, colonization roads, and lots reserved for veterans.
Map of parts of the districts of Algoma & Nipissing, showing the upper basins of the Moose, Ottawa, and Michipicoton rivers
Scale 1:506,880. -- "Scale 8 miles = 1 inch". -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the districts of Algoma and Nipissing. -- "Compiled from surveys by the Crown Lands Department, Ontario, the Geological Survey of Canada, and from explorations by A.P. Coleman, and W.A. Parks." -- "To accompany the Ninth Annual Report of the Bureau of Mines, 1900." -- "The Copp, Clark Co. Limited Litho. Toronto.", Geological Survey of Canada. (1900). Map of parts of the districts of Algoma & Nipissing, showing the upper basins of the Moose, Ottawa, and Michipicoton Rivers. Toronto: Copp Clark Company., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of parts of the districts of Algoma and Nipissing in 1900. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as some lot boundaries.
Map of the Animikie Iron Range near Port Arthur, Ont. : to accompany report of L.P. Silver, B.Sc., A.M.
Scale 1:63,360. -- "Scale 1 mile to 1 inch." -- Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the region of Port Arthur, Ont. (present-day Thunder Bay, Ont.) -- Includes vertical geological section of the region. -- "In fifteenth report of the Bureau of Mines." -- "Sources of information: Geologically surveyed by L.P. Silver and W.A. Begg, 1905. Geological map by W.N. Smith, 1904. Sketch map of the Thunder Bay mining region of Lake Superior by E.D. Ingall of the Geological Survey of Canada. Plans of Surveys by the Crown Lands Department of Ontario.", Gibson, T.W. (1906). Map of the Animikie Iron Range near Port Arthur, Ont. [Toronto]: Ontario Bureau of Mines., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the Animikie Iron Range near Port Arthur Ontario in 1906. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as lot boundaries. It also includes a vertical geological section of the area.
Map of the City of Ottawa and vicinity
"Prepared under the authority of Order in Council No. 1802 dated June 26th 1912"., Scale approximately 1:12,000., Relief shown by contours., Major streets and buildings named., Includes note on relief., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A map of the City of Ottawa and vicinity from 1912 showing major streets and buildings.
Map of the Dominion of Canada
Shows railway lines in Canada, both constructed and in various stages of construction, as of 1909. Other data recorded on the map include track laid, government funding to railways, earnings, construction in the previous year, mileage operated, and distance between certain Canadian and international cities. All distance is recorded in miles., Scale is 1 inch : 100 miles, or 1:6,336,000, Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the Dominion of Canada
Shows area surveyed in the Provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba and certain points north of the surveyed area where wheat has been grown. For comparison, map contains an overlay of the Siberian Province of Tobolsk with accompanying statistics., The legend contains data about grain cultivation and wheat production in the selected areas of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. For comparison, comparable figures from the British Board of Trade describing the Siberian Province of Tobolsk are also noted., Scale is 1 inch : 100 miles, or 1:6,336,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the Dominion of Canada exclusive of northern regions, indicating main natural resources [1930]
Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Scale 1:6,336,000 or 100 miles to 1 inch., Shows 4 classes of agricultural areas, 6 classes of forested areas, also minerals, fisheries and water powers., A map of Canada from 1930 showing the main natural resources, classes of agricultural areas, and classes of forested areas.
Map of the Dominion of Canada indicating natural resources, transportation, and trade routes
Consists of transit routes for trade and industry throughout the Dominion of Canada, into the United States, and abroad. Shipping by boat is indicated with red, hashed lines, while locomotive travel is indicated by crossed lines resembling train tracks. Major industries of a particular area are noted in red, capitalized words. Diagrams on the lower left compare each province/territory's contribution to different industries., Scale 1 inch : 100 miles, or 1:6,336,000, The general direction of shipping routes is indicated by lines, but not the actual tracks followed by vessels., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/
Map of the Dominion of Canada showing the establishments of the Hudson's Bay Company, incorporated 2nd May 1670 [1941]
[Scale approximately 1:10,000,000]., Shows fur trade posts (regular, with HBC radio telegraph, with meteorological stations and HBC radio telegraph), raw fur departments, railroads, waterways and boundaries., Striked through: Published August, 1940., Hand printed: Correct Oct. 1941., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A map of Canada from 1941 showing the establishments of the Hudson's Bay company, including fur trade posts, raw fur departments, railroads, waterways, and boundaries.
Map of the North West of Canada showing the distribution of population in 1904, and the racial origin of the immigrants
This map shows the ethnic distribution of population in the Prairie Provinces in 1904., Shows towns, cities, railways, and ethnic distribution of population., Scale approximately 1:2,000,000., Relief shown by hachures., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the Porcupine gold area, districts of Sudbury and Nipissing, Ontario
Scale 1:63,360. -- "Scale 1 mile to 1 inch". -- Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. -- Map shows different rock and soil materials in the area. -- Includes lot numbers and notes. -- Insets: Location of veins on lots 10 and 11, concession II, Township of Tisdale -- Location of veins on the Dome and West Dome properties, Township of Tisdale. -- "To accompany the twentieth Report of the Bureau of Mines, 1911, Hon. F. Cochrane, Minister of Lands, Forests and Mines, Willet G. Miller, Provincial Geologist.", Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a geological map of the Porcupine gold area in 1911, showing rock and soil materials in the area. It includes lot numbers and notes about the area. There are also insets showing the location of veins in parts of the Township of Tisdale.
Map of the Province of Ontario : compiled plan of the Indian treaties and purchases in the Province of Ontario
This is a map of Indian treaty lands in Ontario from 1943., “This map to accompany the book, titled Indians of Ontario by J. L. Morris”, Scale 1:2,217,600, or, 35 miles to 1 inch., Shows Indian lands from treaties and purchases., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada [1912]
Scale 1:2,217,600. -- "35 miles = 1 inch". -- Map shows railroads, counties, districts and town boundaries. -- Displays distances between major cities. -- Includes historical notes on agriculture production, timber production, water systems, hydro-electric power, railways, roads, schools, politics and cities. -- "Second edition, November 1912." -- "Hon. James S. Duff, Minister of Agriculture. W. B. Roadhouse, Deputy Minister. H.A. Macdonell, Director of Colonization, Parliament Buildings, Toronto. Office of Ontario Government Agent for Great Britain, 163 Strand, London, W.C.", Ontario Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Colonization (1912). Map of the Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada. Toronto: Ontario Department of Agriculture., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of the Province of Ontario in 1912 showing railroads, counties, districts, and town boundaries. It also includes historical notes, and displays distances between major cities.
Map of the Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada [1932]
Map of Ontario with counties outlined in orange and information compiled from the 1931 census. Highways and steamship routes are outlined according to the legend in the lower left corner, while railroads are marked throughout. Inset in the upper right lists cities with their county/district location, population, and location on the map. Towns and villages are listed with their county/district and map location only. Inset in the upper left corner shows the coverage of larger scale maps and their prices for purchase from the province. Towns, cities, bodies of water, provincial parks and other features are labelled throughout., The Province of Ontario according to the 1931 Dominion Census has a population of 3,426,488., Scale is 1:2,217,600., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Map No 20a
Map of the Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada [1944]
Map of Ontario with counties outlined in orange and information compiled from the 1941 census. Highways and steamship routes are outlined according to the legend in the lower left corner, while railroads are marked throughout. Inset in the upper right lists cities with their county/district location, population, and location on the map. Towns and villages are listed with their county/district and map location only. Inset in the upper left corner shows the coverage of larger scale maps and their prices for purchase from the province. Towns, cities, bodies of water, provincial parks and other features are labelled throughout., Scale is 1:2,217,600., Map No 20a, The Province of Ontario according to the 1941 Dominion Census has a population of 3,787,655., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the Trent Canal
Scale 1:506,880. -- "Scale: 1 inch = 8 miles." -- Map shows completed and uncompleted canals. -- Includes distance tables. -- Insets: General map of the Great Lakes & canals -- Profile of the Trent Canal., Killaly, A.L. (1918). Map of the Trent Canal. Peterborough: Department of Railways & Canals., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of the Trent Canal in Ontario, in 1918. It shows uncompleted and completed canals, railroads, and distances between major cities. It also includes a vertical section of the Trent Canal.
Map of the province of Ontario, Canada [1901]
Scale approximately 1:2,750,000. -- Map shows provincial statistics (land area, settled land, accessed value, available farming land). -- Includes yields of 11 farm products. -- "Department of Crown Lands, Honorable E. J. Davis, Commissioner.", Copp Clark Co. Limited (1901). Map of the province of Ontario, Canada. Toronto: Ontario Department of Crown Lands., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of the Province of Ontario in 1901 showing railroads, counties, and districts. It also includes text of provincial statistics regarding land and farming products.
Map of the province of Ontario, Canada [1908]
Scale approximately 1:2,560,000. -- Shows counties, districts, townships, reserves and national parks. -- Types of land identified. -- "Own your own land - what Ontario offers: ...", Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of Ontario in 1908, showing counties, districts, townships, reserves, and national parks.
Map of the province of Québec [shows timber reserves licenses]
A bilingual map of Québec showing timber reserve licenses in 1907. Instead of a legend, explanations of various notations can be read on the upper and lower edges of the map. They include colour coding and symbols for forest reserves, licenses to cut timber, available rapids and waterfalls. Railways are marked. Districts surrounding Montreal are numbered. Cities, towns and bodies of water are labelled throughout., Scale is 1:3,168,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the village of Elora, Wellington
Cadastral map of Elora, Ontario, referencing registered plans, and showing the owner or business of some properties, town boundaries, roads, waterways, railways, and numbered and measured concessions, blocks, lots, and subdivisions., "Redrawn, March 7 1947 by Clarence Beecroft. Fergus, From, the original drawing dated February 13th 1894.", Scale 1:3,168 or 4 chains and 0 links to an inch., Signed by the reeve, clerk, and the Ontario Land Surveyor February 13th 1894., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map of the village of St. Clair Beach, County of Essex
Scale approximately 1:4,700., Lots numbered and major streets named., Shows lot dimensions (in feet) and owner's name for some lots., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., A cadastral map of the village of St. Clair Beach in the County of Essex, from 1924. Shows numbered lots, some owners, and major streets.
Map shewing approximate route of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and connections
Contains proposed routes for the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway as of the early 20th century., Scale is ca. 1:7,370,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map showing Indian agencies, and the number of and total areas of Indian reserves in the province of British Columbia
This is a map of British Columbia, probably from the 1920's, showing Indian agencies and number of and area of Indian reserves., "Exhibit C-170 (b)", Scale not given., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows Indian agencies as well as number of and area of Indian reserves., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map showing R.N.W. mounted police districts in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1909
This map shows the R.N.W. Mounted Police districts, stations, patrol routes, trails and railways in Alberta and Saskatchewan in 1909., "Published by authority of Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, G.C.M.G., President of the Privy Council", Scale 1:2,217,600, or 35 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows Mounted Police districts, stations, patrol routes, trails, railways, cities and towns., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map showing line of Welland Canal between Lakes Erie & Ontario
Scale approximately 1:129,000. -- Relief shown by hachures. -- Includes distance table. -- "Mortimer & Co. Lith. Ottawa.", Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of the Welland Canal between Lakes Erie & Ontario in 1900. It includes a table of distances.
Map showing location and designation of Indian reserves in the North West Territories and the province of Quebec
Consists of the locations and designations of Indian reserves in the North West Territories and the Province of Quebec. This map was an evidentiary exhibit in a case in the Supreme Court of Canada., Indian reserves in the North West Territories are denoted by circles, while reserves in Quebec are denoted by squares. Innu communities are labelled by name. Some railroad routes are visible throughout., Scale 1:1,150,000, Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map showing the colonization roads built and maintained under the supervision of the Commissioner of Crown Lands from 1857 to 1910 as compared with the roads of the present time / in and surrounding the Algonquin Provincial Park in the province of Ontario
This map shows colonization roads in the Algonquin Provincial Park region built from 1857 to 1910., “Compiled and drawn in the Chief Geographer’s Office, Surveys and Engineering Division, 1946”, Scale 1:506,880, or, 8 miles to 1 inch., Shows current and obsolete colonization roads., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Map to accompany a report on the exploration at Lake Chibogomo
This is a map of Lake Chibogomo (Quebec) (Lac Chibougamau) region in 1905 showing exploration routes, geologically surveyed areas, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages, trading posts and railways. It includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area., Parallel title: Carte pour accompagner un rapport sur une exploration au Lac Chibogomo., Scale 1:380,160, or 6 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by hachures and spot heights., Shows exploration routes, geologically surveyed areas, rocks and soil materials, rivers, lakes, rapids, portages, trading posts and railways., Includes notes on geology, vegetation and relief of the area., Inset: Map of the Chibogomo District., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Might's clearview correct city directory map of Greater Toronto [1932]
A map of Greater Toronto from 1932. It shows streets, highways, street car lines, bus routes, buildings, waterways, and municipal boundaries., "Including municipalities of Weston, Swansea, Mimico, New Toronto, Forest Hill, Long Branch, York TP., North York TP., East York TP., Etobicoke TP., Scarboro TP. Also suburbs of Lansing, Willowdale, Newtonbrook, Scarboro JCT., Birch Cliffe, Earlscourt, Fairbank, Oakwood, Silverthorn, Runnymede, Lambton Mills, Islington, Mount Dennis, Wychwood, and Humber Bay.", Scale approximately 1:17,000., Map shows streets, highways, street car lines, bus routes, municipal boundaries, notable buildings and places, waterways, and more., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Might's clearview correct city directory map of Greater Toronto [1945]
"Including municipalities of Weston, Swansea, Mimico, New Toronto, Forest Hill, Long Branch, York TP, North York TP, East York TP, Etobicoke TP, Scarboro TP. Also suburbs of Lansing, Willowdale, Newtonbrook, Scarboro JCT., Birch Cliffe, Earlscourt, Fairbank, Oakwood, Silverthorn, Runnymede, Lambton Mills, Islington, Mount Dennis, Wychwood, and Humber Bay.", Scale approximately 1:25,000., Map shows streets, highways, municipal boundaries, notable buildings and places, waterways, and more., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Includes street index that is mostly faded., A map of Greater Toronto from 1945. It shows streets, highways, buildings, waterways, and municipal boundaries. There is also a street index.
Mineral map, Ontario
Scale approximately 1:584,000. -- Shows mineral sites and list of plant locations. -- Inset: Cobalt mining district. -- "Mines Branch - Hon. W. Templeman, Minister; A.P. Low, LL.D., Deputy Minister; Eugene Haanel, Ph.D., Director"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a map of Ontario from 1908, showing mineral sites and plant locations. There is an inset of the Cobalt mining district. Railroads and district boundaries are included.
New quick reference map of the province of Quebec
Map of Québec issued by the The Standard newspaper of Montreal. Divided into counties that are filled in with various colours. Cities and towns are labelled, and bodies of water are outlined. Then-current railway networks are outlined, as are railroad surveys. Inset maps in the upper left show northeastern Québec and the Montreal area. Inset map on the lower right shows southwestern Québec. Beginning in the far upper left corner, and continuing throughout the edges of the map, there is an index of cities, towns and villages of the province with their location on the map itself., Scale is 1:1,600,000., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Nicola Lake sheet [topographic]
This is a topographic map of Lake Nicola area in 1927 showing surveyed lands, First nations reserves, land districts, forest reserves, mining divisions, railways, telegraph, telephone and power lines, irrigation canals, roads, trails, rivers, lakes, rapids, bridges, cities and towns., Inset: Key map [regional map], Scale 1:126,720, or 2 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Shows surveyed lands, First nations reserves, land districts, forest reserves, mining divisions, railways, telegraph, telephone and power lines, irrigation canals, roads, trails, rivers, lakes, rapids, bridges, cities and towns., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Northeastern Canada
This is a general map of Northeastern Canada in 1908 showing towns, rivers, lakes, falls, rapids and seabed geology., "Accompanying Canada's Fertile Northland", Scale 1:2,217,000, or 35 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Depth shown by soundings., Shows towns, rivers, lakes, falls, rapids and seabed geology., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Northern Alberta : map showing disposition of lands
This is a map of Northern Alberta in 1928 showing vacant surveyed Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, parks, timber berths and grazing leases, railroads, cities and towns. It includes notes on soil type and quality, vegetation and relief., Fourteenth edition., Scale 1:792,000, or 12.5 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights and relief notes., Includes notes on soil type and quality, vegetation and relief., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Shows vacant surveyed Dominion lands, forest reserves, First Nations reserves, parks, timber berths and grazing leases, railroads, cities and towns.
Northern British Columbia
This is a 1943 reprint of a map of Northern British Columbia from 1933 providing rock and soil information for the purpose of prospecting for minerals. It includes notes on the geology, mineralization, river navigation in the region, also shows roads, trails, railways, parks, telegraph lines, rivers, lakes, rapids, cities and towns., 1943 reprint. Originally issued in 1933, Scale 1:1,000,000, or 15.78 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows roads, trails, railways, parks, telegraph lines, rivers, lakes, rapids, cities and towns., Includes notes on the geology, mineralization, and river navigation in the region., Inset: Index of detail maps available : topographical & geological, Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Northern Canada [shows part of Prairie provinces]
This is a map of the Northern parts of the Prairie provinces showing surveyed lands, railroads, roads, towns, Indian reserves, rivers and lakes. It includes notes on river navigation, currents, soil type and quality, crops, vegetation, and borings for petroleum., Scale 1:1,584,000, or 25 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights and elevation notes., Shows surveyed lands, railroads, roads, cities, towns, Indian reserves, rivers and lakes., Includes notes on river navigation, currents, soil type and quality, crops, vegetation, and borings for petroleum., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Northwest Territories and Yukon
This is a 1948 reprint of a general map of Northern Territories and Yukon in 1939 showing roads, railways, lakes, rivers, cities and towns., Scale 1:5,068,800, or 80 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by spot heights., Shows roads, railways, lakes, rivers, cities and towns., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Official road map of Ottawa and vicinity showing the permanent highway between Ogdensburg N.Y. and the Dominion capital
Includes customs information, speed limits and signaling in Ontario, and motorist information., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Scale 1:190,080, or 3 miles to 1 inch., Shows provincial highways, and main and secondary roads., This is an official road map of Ottawa and the vicinity from 1921. It shows the road and rail networks, and includes notes on customs and motorist information.
Ontario [1928]
Map of Ontario with some details from Québec, Manitoba, and parts of the United States. Towns, cities, and bodies of water are named. Railroads are outlined, as are townships, counties, provincial and international borders. While not part of the originally printed map, there are blue and red lines drawn on the surface. The blue lines mark certain rivers and lakes. The purpose of the red line is not clear (especially since there is no legend), but it may be a proposed road, highway, or railway., Scale is 1:2,217,600., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Orographical map of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Scale 1:7,920,000 or 125 miles to 1 inch., Relief shown by gradient tints, hachure and spot heights., Mountain ranges named., Shows waterways, cities and towns., An orographical map of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland from 1931. Relief is shown by gradient tints, hachure, and spot heights. Mountain ranges are named.
Ottawa, Carleton and Ottawa counties, Ontario and Quebec
"Based on a map published by the Department of Militia and Defence. Publication No 1662", Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., Scale 1:63,360 -- 1 mile to 1 inch., Relief shown by contours and spot heights., Shows different rock and soil materials in the Ottawa region., This is a geological map of Ottawa and Carleton and Ottawa counties, from 1917. It shows different rock and soil materials, as well as relief shown by contours and spot heights.
Plan and field notes of subdivision of part of east half of north half of lot no. 1 consession 6. Township of Kerns, District of Nipissing
Scale 1:1,200. -- "Scale - 100 ft. = 1 in." -- Lots numbered. -- Includes surveyor's, owner's, mortgagee's, and witness's certificates. -- "M 170 (N. B.)" -- "Thornloe"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a plan of the subdivision of Lot I, Con. 6 of the Township of Kerns in the District of Nipissing in 1912. It shows numbered lots and roads, as well as the surveyor's, owner's, and witness's certificates.
Plan of Lindsay, in the County of Bruce
Scale 1:31,680. -- "Scale 40 chains to an inch". -- Lots numbered. -- "Toronto 1st Jan.y 1856. (signed) J. Stoughton Dennis P.L.S." -- Reprinted by Ontario Department of Surveys on August 31, 1938., Dennis, J. Stoughton. (1938). Plan of Lindsay, in the County of Bruce. Toronto: Ontario Department of Surveys., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a cadastral map of Lindsay in the County of Bruce from 1856, showing lot boundaries.
Plan of islands in Georgian Bay district of Parry Sound, in front of the townships of Shawanaga and Carling
Map of Georgian Bay, Ontario showing islands or parts of islands that had been patented (sold by the Crown to private owners) as of 1931. Patented areas are shaded according to the legend in the lower left. Parcels of land are named and/or numbered., Scale is 1:15,840, Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ .
Plan of subdivision of part of south half lot 1, con. 1, Township of Armstrong in the District of Nipissing
Scale 1:1,200. -- "Scale - 100 ft. = 1 in." -- Lots numbered. -- Includes surveyor's, owner's, and witness's certificates. -- "M 87 (N. B.)" -- "Thornloe"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a plan of the subdivision of Lot I, Con. I of the Township of Armstrong in the District of Nipissing in 1907. It shows numbered lots and roads, as well as the surveyor's, owner's, and witness's certificates.
Plan of the City of Toronto [1902]
Scale 1:12,000. -- "Scale 1000 feet to 1 inch". -- Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. -- Major streets and buildings named. -- Includes ward boundaries., Copp Clark Company. (1902). Plan of the City of Toronto. Toronto: Copp, Clark & Co., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a plan of the City of Toronto in 1902, showing streets, ward boundaries, major buildings, and relief.
Plan of the City of Toronto, Tracy D. Le May, city surveyor, September 27th, 1921
Scale approximately 1:27,000. -- Streets named. -- Includes ward boundaries. -- "Tracy D. Le May, City Surveyor, September 27d 1921"., Material digitized as part of an Academic Innovation Fund (AIF), awarded in 2018. For more information see: http://avptl.info.yorku.ca/academic-innovation-fund/ ., This is a base map of the City of Toronto in 1921, showing streets and ward boundaries.

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