Browsing Historical Maps of Niagara by Subject "landowners names"
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Niagara Township, plan AQuebec : Surveyor Generals Office, 1787?Historical map showing land ownership, lot and concession numbers, note."With W 25 State papers Shubel Welton Papers about 1784 or earlier"--in bottom left corner.Reproduction of map (19 x 14 3/4 in.) in National Map Collection. Library and Archives Canada.Georeferenced and modified from NMC Map number 3555 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
Niagara Township, Plan BQuebec : Surveyor Generals Office, 1787?Historical map showing land ownership in Niagara Township. The map is broken down into lots and each lot is labelled with lot and concession numbers as well as the name of the individual that owns each piece of land. The Niagara River is shown where it meets Lake Ontario. Shown to the south of Lake Ontario is a large section of land that is labelled: “Land Reserved for the Crown.” A handwritten note in the bottom left corner of the map reads: “With M 25 State Papers Shubel Weldon papers about 1784 or earlier.”