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  • Niagara, 1850 

    R.I. Pilkington; Henry Vavasour (1850)
    Historic map of Niagara. Text below the title describes the map as follows: “Sketch of the Military Reserves extending from Chippewa to the debouché of the Niagara River into Lake Ontario, distinguishing in yellow such ...
  • No. 6 Plan of, Forts George, Mississaga and Niagara, the Military Reserves, and the Town of Newark. 

    H. H. Willson; Henry Vavasour (Quebec : Royal Engineers Office, 1817-1818)
    Reproduction of map showing military forts located in the now Niagara-on-the-Lake, dated May 2nd, 1817. Map shows land masses on either side of the Niagara River, adjacent to Lake Ontario. Fort Niagara is shown at the ...
  • No. V, Upper Canada Plan of Niagara 

    A. Gray; Sir James Kempt, 1764-1854 (Quebec : Q.M. Genls Office, 1810)
    Historic map showing the town of Niagara (present day Niagara-on-the-Lake), Fort George, and Fort Niagara, with Lake Ontario shown in the north and the Niagara River in the east. Handwritten text reads: “by A. Gray, Asst. ...
  • Plan of the Mouth of the Niagara River, shewing the relative Situations of Forts George, Missisaga, and Niagara 

    B. Darley Cranfield; George Philpotts, d. 1853; (1815)
    Historic map showing The Niagara River and both the American and British land on either side. Fort Niagara is shown at the very tip of the American side, where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario. Also shown is a road ...
  • Plan of the River from Niagara to Fort Schlosser 

    Gother Mann, 1747-1830. (1788)
    Historic map showing the Niagara River from Lake Ontario to Fort Schlosser, located east of Niagara Falls. North is oriented to the right. Niagara Falls and the rapids are labelled within the Niagara River. Fort Niagara ...
  • Sketch of lower part of Niagara River, 1790 

    Unknown author (1790)
    Historical map showing two land masses. Oriented with north to the bottom right. Fort Niagara is shown on the American side at the lower end of the Niagara River adjacent to Lake Ontario. The opposite side is British land. ...
  • Tales of the Niagara Frontier 

    Walker, Jesse, 1810-1852. (2011-12-16)
  • Tales of the Niagara Frontier 

    Walker 1810-1852, Jesse (Buffalo : Steele's Press,, 1851)
    Pt. 1. Queenston.--Pt. 2. Fort Niagara.