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Maps and Charts

The Great Lakes & Champlain

The charts in this collection are part of the great British survey of the Great Lakes.
They were drawn during the conflict between British and American troops when they
were struggling for control of Canada between 1812 and 1814.

Included here are also charts of Lake Champlain and Lake St George that date from
the Revolutionary War.


Ref: A213

Lake Champlain from Fort St. John to Ticonderoga including Part of Lake George

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Ref: A214a

Lake Champlain & Lake George (Coloured)

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Ref: A214b

Lake Champlain & Lake George

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Ref: A901

River Detroit from Lake Erie up to Windsor & Detroit

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Ref: A902

Lake Erie

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Ref: A903

River Niagara

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Ref: A904

Lake Ontario c1814

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Ref: A905

Townships on the North Coast of Lake Erie including Lake St. Clair

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Ref: A906

A New and Accurate Map of North America

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Ref: A907

A New map of the Western Parts of Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina showing Lake Erie, Part of the Lakes Huron, Michigan &c.

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Ref: A908

A Plan of York Harbour (now Toronto) in Upper Canada

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Ref: A909

Southern part of Hudson Bay with Lake Superior

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Ref: A910

Lake Onterio and surround lakes in 1816

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Ref: A911

A Plan of York (now Toronto), Lake Ontario

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Ref: A912

Lake St Clair

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Ref: A913

Lake Superior

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Ref: A802

Novissima Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula

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