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Printed map with boundary lines drawn in 1843. The base map is an extract of the John Mitchell map of North America, originally produced in 1755.
A handwritten note in ink at top of map reads, "Mitchell's map--The dotted line shows the admitted division between England & France in 1755, & what was in 1783 the admitted line between Mass & Nova Scotia; also the recognised St. Croix, and, further, the line traced by the Commissioners on both sides, as the true line."
About This Item
- Title: Contested Northeast boundary map, 1843
- Creator: S. L. Dashiell
- Creation Date: 1843
- Subject Date: 1843
- NB, Canada
- QC, Canada
- Media: Ink on paper
- Dimensions: 43 cm x 42 cm
- Local Code: Coll. 26, Map F 19
- Collection: Barclay collection
- Object Type: Text and Image
Cross Reference Searches
Standardized Subject Headings
- Barclay, Thomas, 1753-1830--Commissioner
- Canada--Boundaries--United States--Maps
- Dashiell, S.L.
- Northeast boundary of the United States--Maps
- Throop, John Peter Van Ness, 1794-ca. 1861--Engraver
- United States--Boundaries--Canada--Maps
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