• County of Lincoln : County seat - St. Catharines

      Dept. of Highways, Ontario. (1964)
      Historical map showing boundaries, major roads, lot and concession numbers, railways and populated areas. Map date: Drawn 1963, Revised 1964 Digital reproduction of map (58 x 100 cm.) in the Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library collection. Georeferenced and modified from Brock call# G 3462 S68 Lincoln, by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Eastern Ontario and Western New York power districts. 1906

      Ontario Power Company (1906)
      Map date: 1906 Scale: 2 miles to 1 inch. Sheet 2 of "Maps of power districts in Niagara Region" Geographic coverage of the Niagara Peninsula east of the Welland Canal, and areas west of Lockport and Buffalo, N.Y. Digital reproduction of map (73 x 77 cm.) Georeferenced and modified by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Map of Niagara Peninsula, Province of Ontario

      C. Tarling & Co., Map Mounters. (Toronto : C. Torling & Co., Map Mounters,, 1929)
      Historic map of the Niagara Peninsula with north oriented to the top toward Lake Ontario. Text below the title reads: “Including Lincoln and Welland Counties Complete & Part of Wentworth and Haldimand Counties.” The Niagara Peninsula is shown with the following county divisions: Wentworth, Lincoln, Haldimand and Welland. Towns and cities are divided into concessions and lots, labelled numerically or with roman numerals. The cities and towns shown are as follows: Saltfleet, Grimsby north and south, Clinton, Louth, Grantham, Niagara, Binbrook, Caistor, Gainsborough, Pelham, Thorold, Stamford (Niagara Falls), Seneca, Cansborough, Wainfleet, Crowland, Willoughby, Cayuga north and south, Dunn, Moulton, Humberstone, and Bertie. Roads, railway lines (steam and electric), and the Welland Canal are indicated. Schools and some prominent buildings are marked. A legend is present in the top right corner of the map.
    • Map of the District of Niagara, Accompanied by Explanations of Water Communications

      1849
      Historic map showing the Niagara District with north oriented to the top at Lake Ontario. The map shows town boundaries, the route of the Second Welland Canal and other hydrological features. Of note is a proposed military road that is shown with a dotted line from Hamilton to Fort Erie. One spot on the map, Port Robinson where Chippawa Creek meets the Welland Canal, has been circled. Also, “Welland” has been hand written in the area of Crowland and Humberstone. Text at the right of the map provides “Explanations (Water Communications)” which provide further detail about they hydrological features and significant roads. Written in pencil on both sides: H3/407 1849.
    • Map of the Niagara District in Upper Canada

      W.A. Nesfield (1815)
      Historical map showing the Niagara District in Upper Canada, a section of land located between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Lincoln and Haldimand Counties are shown as well as the London District. Towns, villages, roads, bodies of water and waterways are labelled. Also shown on the map are Indian lands, forts such as Fort Niagara, Fort George and Fort Drummond, battle sites, and paths. Some houses are indicated with red markings and includes settlers names. The Niagara Escarpment is indicated with hachures and a road running at the top of the escarpment is labeled: “Road cut by Governor Simcoe.” Niagara Falls as well as the rapids north of Grand Island. Relief is shown by shading. Title information and a legend are in the bottom right corner. Text below the title reads: “by Lieutenant W A Nesfield drawn partly from Survey & from documents obtained from the Q: Mr. Gen.ls Department.”
    • 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 shown.Digital reproduction of map in the Public Archives of Canada. National Map Collection. Library and Archives Canada.Relief shown by shading.Georeferenced and modified from NMC Map number 19506 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Map of the road from Queenston to Sixteen Mile Creek

      Francis Hall (1838)
      Note: Title used in accompanying material received with CD-ROM: [Map of the road running from Queenston to St. Davids and St. Catharines and through to Sixteen Mile Creek.]
    • Member Municipalities in the Proposed Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

      Ontario. Dept. of Planning and Development. ([Toronto, Ont.] : Dept. of Planning and Development, 1955?)
      Historic map of the Niagara Peninsula showing Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) boundary features. Boundary lines are marked with red hachures. Lake Ontario is shown in the north, Lake Erie in the south and the United in the east. Below the title is a list of the cities, towns, villages and townships who would be members of the NPCA. The map also shows creeks, railways, the “Old Welland Canal” and the “New Welland Canal”.
    • Member municipalities in the proposed Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

      Ontario. Dept. of Planning and Development. Ontario. Conservation Branch (1955)
      Historical map of the Niagara Peninsula showing Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority boundary features, townships, villages, towns and cities.Georeferenced and modified by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Military Sketch of part of the Shore of Lake Ontario between Hamilton and Port Dalhousie

      Henry Malet; R. H.(Richard Hugh) Stotherd, ,1828-1895. (1863)
      Historic map showing land and shore from St. Catharines to Hamilton along Lake Ontario, with north oriented to the bottom. A legend next to the title outlines details of the map. Shown on the map are sections of cleared land and wooded land as well as waterways such as creeks and the Welland Canal. Also shown on the map are marsh grounds, churches and meeting houses, stone or brick houses, wooden houses, forges, the Great Western Railway, and roadways. A notation on the map reads: “The Country East of 20 Mile Creek is from a sketch by Captain Stoutherd RE. made in 1862.” The map is signed: “Henry Malet, Captain & Lt. Colonel, 1st Batta. Green (?) Guards 1863.” The Niagara Escarpment is shown in dark black shading. Relief is also shown by shading.
    • Niagara frontier

      Great Britain. War Office. Topographical Branch.; R. H. (Richard Hugh) Stotherd, 1828-1895; Henry Malet (Southampton, [England] : zincographed at the Topographical Department of the War Office,, 1865)
      Historical maps showing transportation and road features, concessions, populated places, buildings, index to proposed defensive installations.
    • Niagara Frontier : Plan 2

      Great Britain. War Office. Topographical Branch.; Association of Canadian Map Libraries
      Historical map showing roads, concessions, populated places and buildings. Scale one inch to a statute mile.Includes additional text signed and date 1867. Map date 1867. Relief shown by hachures. Digital reproduction of map (48 x 34 cm.) in the Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library collection. Georeferenced and modified from Brock call# G 3462 N53 1867 G74 1978 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Ontario : Hamilton sheet : Lincoln and Welland and portions of Halton, Wentworth and Haldimand Counties

      Canada. Energy, Mines and Resources Canada; White, James, 1863-1928. (1905)
      Historical map showing lot and concession numbers, boundary and electoral district.Scale 1:250,000Map date: 1905Digital reproduction of map (69 x 52 cm.) in the Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library collection. Georeferenced and modified from Brock call# G 3462 N53 1905 C35 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Ontario, Niagara Peninsula

      Great Britain. War Office. (1908)
      Historical map showing physical, political and cultural features, legend.Scale 1:126,720Relief shown by contours.Map date: 1908Digital reproduction of map (60 x 84 cm.) in the Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library collection.Georeferenced and modified from Brock call# G 3462 N53 1908 O55 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Ontario, Niagara Peninsula

      Canada. Dept. of National Defence (1932)
      Historical map showing roads, transportation, political and cultural features, legend. Digital reproduction of map (60 x 84 cm.) in the Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University. Relief shown by contours. Contour interval 25 feet. Georeferenced and modified from the "Canada 2 miles to 1 inch" map series, "Ontario, Niagara Peninsula" sheet by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Ontario, Niagara Peninsula (topo 1:126k)

      Canada. Dept of National Defense. (1904)
      Historical map showing roads, transportation, political and cultural features, legend. Digital reproduction of map (60 x 84 cm.) in the Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University. Relief shown by contours. Contour interval 25 feet. Georeferenced and modified from the "Canada 2 miles to 1 inch" map series, "Ontario, Niagara Peninsula" sheet by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Peninsula of Niagara

      D. H. Fletcher. (1866)
      Historical map showing boundaries, railways, rivers, main towns and townships, indian reserves on Grand River, Niagara Frontier.[Signed by] E.H. Fletcher."December 8 - 1866" in bottom right corner.Digital reproduction of map in the Public Archives of Canada. National Map Collection. Library and Archives Canada.Georeferenced and modified from NMC Map number 3011 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Plan of a Ship Canal from 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. Text indicates that map was created to accompany a report by Thos. Roy, January 6th, 1837. Sections of land are labelled: “Louth”, “Grantham” and “Niagara.” The Welland Canal is shown travelling from Lake Ontario to Thorold. A small section of land to the east near the Niagara River shows lots that are not labelled. Relief is shown by hachures.
    • Plan of part of the Niagara Frontier

      G. A. Eliott (1814)
      Historic map showing the area from 15 Mile Creek to Chippawa Creek at the Niagara River. North is oriented to the bottom at Lake Ontario. The escarpment is shown by shading. The map also shows roads, some houses which are labelled by the settler’s name, waterways, churches, mills, forts and battle sites. The Niagara River, Niagara Falls and Navy Island is shown to the east. Fort Niagara and Fort Schlosser are shown on the American side of the river and Fort George on the Canadian side.
    • 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. The map covers the northeast area of the Niagara Frontier between Niagara-on-the-Lake through to 15 Mile Creek with Lake Ontario to the north. The map shows roads and some houses which are labelled with the settler’s names. Also shown are military forts and locations of battles indicated with drawings of crossed swords and the date of the battle. Creeks are labelled and the escarpment is indicated with shading.