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    • First Welland Canal. 1828

      Keefer, George; Doolittle, A. (George Keefer, 1828)
      Map showing the route of the First Welland Canal before completion of feeder and route to Port Colborne, township boundaries, main towns, forts, escarpment, rivers, creeks and major roads. Includes profile cross-section from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario.
    • St. Catharines. 1876

      Page, H.R. (H.R. Page, 1876)
      Map showing streets, wards (St. Andrew's Ward, St. George's Ward, St. Thomas' Ward), land owners, lot numbers, route of the second Welland Canal and tow path, and a section of the proposed third Welland Canal, Great Western Railway.
    • Sketch of the Welland Canal, U.C.

      Unknown, Author (unknown, 1833)
      Map showing the First Welland Canal with proposed side cuts, township boundaries, towns, forts, creeks and rivers.
    • The new Master map, City of St. Catharines: Including Town of Thorold and Thorold Township

      Master Advertising Co. (Master Advertising Co., 1968)
      Map showing streets, cultural, tourist and hydrological features and a legend. Includes streets, points of interest and miscellaneous information plus indexes.
    • [Buildings of downtown St. Catharines]

      Author, Unknown (unknown, 1939)
      Map showing downtown area street names and buildings,use of the buildings' structure and condition.
    • Plan of the Village of Port Dalhousie

      Ure, Douglas G. (Douglas G. Ure, 1948)
      Map showing street names, town boundaries, lot and concession numbers, section and harbour of the third Welland Canal, tow path, locks and location of Muir's Dry Dock.
    • Plan of the Town of Niagara

      Department of Lands, Forests and Mines (Niagara-on-the-Lake Planning Board, 1966)
      Map showing lot numbers, street names, some land owner names, Fort Mississagua, 'ruins of Fort George'.
    • Souvenir historical map of the Town of Niagara, Co. Lincoln, Ontario

      Johnson, B. Frank (Duncan Lithographing, 1894)
      Map showing location of historical events, descriptive notes, streets, lot numbers, boundaries, transportation features, some land owners names.
    • Plan of Niagara showing the boundaries of the Town according to the Act of Incorporation passed March 29th 1845

      unknown, author (unknown, 1845)
      Map showing streets, buildings, Butlers' barracks, Fort Mississauga and the ruins of Fort George.
    • General Plan of section no.1 - New Welland Canal

      Monro, Thomas (Thomas Monro, 1880)
      Map showing Locks 1 and 2 of the Second Welland Canal at Port Dalhousie.
    • Plan of the Village of Welland

      Ross, Henry, T. (H.R. Page, 1876)
      Plan of the Village of Welland showing portions of land that border the second Welland Canal at east and west. Text indicates that this section of the Village of Welland is dubbed “Crowland”. North is oriented to the top of the page. The village is divided and labelled by lot and concession number or land owner name. Sizes of lots and concessions are also indicated. Street names are provided. A railway runs north-south at east of the Canal. The Welland River runs parallel to the canal at north and intersects the canal near East Main Street and continues west. The route of the first canal is shown sitting adjacent to the second Welland Canal.
    • Grantham, Dist. of Niagara. 1811

      Ridout, Thomas (Thomas Ridout, 1811)
      Map showing lots and concession numbers with the names of land owners. Georeferenced and modified from negative version of G 3464 G73 G46 1811 G73 by Brock University Maps, Data & GIS.
    • Regional Municipality of Niagara. 1969

      Regional Municipality of Niagara (Regional Municipality of Niagara, 1969)
      Map showing King's highway and interchange, regional roads, other roads, roads legally open but not necessarily passable, railways and stations, municipal boundaries.
    • Plan of the Niagara Frontier. 1937

      Putnam, A. E. (A. E. Putnam, 1937)
      Map showing the Canadian Niagara Power Company electric line and planning service areas.
    • Plan of the Town Merritton. 1958

      Servos, M. J. (M. J. Servos, 1958)
      Map showing streets, house lots, railroads, line of the second Welland Canal and its lock, weirs and ponds.
    • Merritton - Thorold Section. First and Second Welland Canals. 1829-1845

      St. Johns Outdoor Studies Centre, Niagara South Board of Education (Niagara South Board of Education, 1829-1845)
      Map showing the 1st and 2nd Welland Canals at Merritton with street names, locks and canal features.
    • Ascent at Merritton: the First and Second Welland Canals climbing the Niagara Escarpment. 1829-1845

      St. Johns Outdoor Studies Centre, Niagara South Board of Education (Niagara South Board of Education, 1829)
      Map showing the 1st and 2nd Welland Canals at Merritton with street names, locks and canal features.
    • [Welland Canal Locks 4-7. 1845]

      St. Johns Outdoor Studies Centre, Niagara South Board of Education (Niagara South Board of Education, 1845)
      Map showing locks 4 and 7 of the 2nd Welland Canal in downtown St. Catharines with street names, buildings, wharfs and lock features.
    • [Welland Canal Locks 3-4. 1845]

      St. Johns Outdoor Studies Centre, Niagara South Board of Education (Niagara South Board of Education, 1845)
      Map showing locks 2 and 3 of the 2nd Welland Canal in downtown St. Catharines with street names, buildings, wharfs and lock features.
    • Port Dalhousie: Second Welland Canal Period. 1845

      St. Johns Outdoor Studies Centre, Niagara South Board of Education (Niagara South Board of Education, 1845)
      Map showing the Village of Port Dalhousie and the 2nd Welland Canal at Lake Ontario with piers, harbours, drydocks and towpath.