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  • Ackermann's authentic plan of Navy Island, the Village of Chippewa and the Niagara River 

    R. Ackermann. (London : R. Ackerman, 1838)
    Historical map showing the Niagara River, place names, township boundaries, hydrological features, the First Welland Canal, Brock's Monument."with the principle objects of interest in the vicinity of the seat of war in ...
  • Areal geology, New York - Ontario, Niagara Gorge 

    U.S. Geological Survey; Geological Survey of Canada. (U.S. Geological Survey, 1913)
    Historical map showing geological, road, transportation and hydrological features, buildings.Digital reproduction of map (118 x 44 cm.) in the Public Archives of Canada. National Map Collection. Library and Archives ...
  • Bridgewater Mills 1807 

    Unknown author (1807)
    Historical map showing the area near the Fort Erie reserve and the Niagara River; new and old ferry route from Black Rock on United States side. Includes buildings and land owners names. Eddy and current speeds on the ...
  • General plan of ship canal 

    Welland Ship Canal Office (St. Catharines, Ont.); H. F. Marten (1925)
    Historical map showing the First, Second and Third Welland Canal and route of the "future" or fourth canal, county and township boundaries, cities and towns, lot and concession numbers, roads, railways, industries, property ...
  • Map of a part of the Niagara River and plan of the proposed harbour at Black Rock 

    William A. Bird, 1796-1878 ([Albany, N.Y.] : Balch, Rawdon & Co. [Engraver/Printer], 1829)
    Historical map showing the Niagara River between Squaw Island [Grand Island] and Lake Erie, Fort Erie and Towsons Battery on Canadian side. On US side; Upper and Lower Village of Black Rock, canal from Buffalo Creek.Relief ...
  • Map of Niagara River at the City of Buffalo shewing proposed bridge crossings & ship canal 

    Maclear & Co. (Toronto, [On.] : Maclear & Co. Liths,, 1858?)
    Historical map showing roads, harbours, bridges, canals (existing and proposed).
  • Map of part of the Niagara River and place of the proposed harbour at Black Rock 

    Unknown author
    Historical map showing ferry crossings, pier, canals, Fort Erie, US side indicates upper and lower village of Black Rock. Geographic coverage from Lake Erie to Squaw Island.Digital reproduction of map (7 1/4 x 12 in.) in ...
  • Map of the Niagara District showing the various cuts proposed for the Welland Canal, with a table of distances 

    Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle, 1791-1847. (1837)
    Historical map showing the First and Second Welland Canal complete with Feeder and extension to Port Colborne. Also shows proposed cut to Port Maitland from Feeder Canal, main rivers, creeks, settlements, the escarpment, ...
  • Map of the proposed canal through the District of Niagara and Gore to form a junction of Lakes Erie and Ontario by the Grand River 

    James G. (James Grant) Chewett, 1793-1862 (1823?)
    Historical map showing the Niagara Peninsula with proposed routes of the First Welland Canal. Routes go to Niagara River, Hamilton and various places along the Grand River. Some main roads, towns, rivers and creeks ...
  • Niagara Falls showing electric power developments 

    Unknown author (1904)
    Historical map showing international boundaries, hydrological features, streets, railroads, Electrical Development Company power houses, Ontario Power Company generating and distributing stations, Niagara Falls Power & ...
  • Niagara River 

    by Geo. Catlin. (1827?)
    Historical map of the Niagara River showing transportation and hydrological features, roads on either side of the river, place names, forts, "ancient shore of Lake Ontario", Brock's Monument."Estimate by Geo. Catlin in ...
  • No. IV, Upper Canada. Plan of Niagara River 

    A. Gray; Sir James Kempt, 1764-1854. (Quebec, 1810)
    Historical map showing the Niagara River from Lake Ontario to Niagara Falls, including some vegetation, select roads and location of Fort George, Missisauga Point, Niagara Falls, Goat Island and Fort Schlosser.
  • Plan and section of a ship canal from Lake Erie to the Niagara River at the Village of Waterloo 

    Thomas Roy (1837?)
    Historical map showing boundaries, buildings, roads, canals.
  • Plan of a canal between Fort Erie and Waterloo 

    Thomas Roy (1837)
    Historical map showing a canal with locks close to the shore between Fort Erie and the Village of Waterloo on the Niagara River, soundings, terrain, rapids, wharves, Fort Erie military reserve boundary, and previous location ...
  • Plan of a ship canal the Niagara River to the Welland Canal 

    Thomas Roy (1837?)
    Historical map showing a proposed line for a canal from the Town of Niagara at the mouth of the Niagara River, to intersect the First Welland Canal at Thorold.To accompany a Report by Thos. Roy. Jan[uar]y 6th, 1837.Digital ...
  • Plan of Navy Island 

    Unknown author (1838)
    Historical map showing Navy Island, Buckhorn Island and Grand Island. Shows the island four days after W.L. Mackenzie vacated after the Regellion of 1837; relief, trees, builldings, 'Rebel Hospital' shown on Grand Island ...
  • Plan of Niagara Frontier 

    Unknown author (1814)
    Historical map showing the land on both sides of the Niagara River from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Communities, forts, buildings, and roads are illustrated. Inset maps of Fort Erie and Chippawa depict: the military buildings, ...
  • Plan of Niagara Frontier 

    George Williams (Montreal, Qu. : Engineers Office,, 1814)
    Historical map showing military forts, landings, portage roads on both sides of Niagara River.
  • Plan of part of the Niagara Frontier 

    G. A. Eliott (1814)
    Historical map showing the area from 15 Mile Creek to Chippawa Creek at the Niagara River. It shows the escarpment, wooded areas, roads, some houses and names of settlers, forts and battle sites. The inset shows the ...
  • Plan of part of the Niagara Frontier : shewing the communications from thence to the 15 mile Creek, July 1814 

    Phillip Hughes; G. A. Eliott (Montreal, Que., 1814)
    Historical map showing the Niagara Frontier from Fifteen Mile Creek to Chippawa Creek at the Niagara River. It shows roads, some houses and names of settlers, creeks, and the escarpment. The location of forts and battles ...