Map number: 23
Product Number: 4009049
Illustrates Canada’s first parliamentary system and its effects on the division of America’s Northeast territory. The main map delimits the two Canadian provinces, the colonies and territories/future provinces. An inset map contextualizes British North America in relation to unexplored regions, the United States and the Spanish and Russian colonies on the continent. Includes an organization chart of the government showing the Legislative and Executive Councils.
Map number: 25
Product Number: 4009189
Illustrates Canada’s second parliamentary system and the ensuing division of territories. Includes the United Province of Canada and the British colonies and territories. An inset map contextualizes British North America in relation to the United States and the Spanish and Russian territories. Includes an organization chart of the government of United Canada showing the Legislative and Executive Councils.
Map number: 26
Product Number: 4009155
Illustrates Canada’s third and most recent political system and the ensuing division of territories into seven provinces, one territory and the colony of Newfoundland. Shows Russian Alaska has become American. Includes a time line from the creation of the Dominion of Canada until 1873.
Map number: 27
Product Number: 4009122
Illustrates 22 years of Canada’s political and territorial evolution. A collection of four maps representing four moments in the country’s evolution: 1876, 1882, 1889, and 1896.
Map number: 28
Product Number: 4009098
lllustrates 30 years of Canada’s political and territorial evolution. A collection of four maps represents four periods in the country’s evolution: 1897-1898, 1901-1905, 1906-1912, 1925-1927.
Map number: 45
Product Number: 4009221
The map uses logical symbols and a comprehensive key for a clear and compelling illustration of nearly 130 years in the history of the fur trade. Indicates all trading posts. An inset map illustrates the progress of the fur trade and summarizes 250 years of fur trade history.
Map number: 29
Product Number: 4011151
The Canadian railway system was designed to strengthen the Union of British North America. This map gives an overview of the Canadian railway system from its creation, around 1830, to 1923. An inset map shows the first railroad links in Quebec and includes a summary of the railway system’s development. A larger chart refers to the construction of the Intercolonial Railway.
Map number: 34
Product Number: 4001517
Situates all canals and locks, from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean. An inset indicates the profile of the Seaway between Duluth (western extreme) and Montreal (eastern extreme). Two large diagrams clearly explain each stage of the locks. An inset outlines a brief history.
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