• Fire insurance plan of Merritton, Ontario, 1897.

      Goad, Charles E. (Chas E. Goad (Toronto, Ont.), 1897)
      Maps showing streets, street numbers, lot numbers, building locations, construction details of each building (brick, wood, steel, concrete, stone), fire walls, hydrants, tanks, boilers, parks, schools, churches, public and private buildings. 1 map on 4 sheets.
    • Fire insurance plan of Port Dalhousie, Ontario, 1905.

      Goad, Charles E. (Chas E. Goad (Toronto, Ont.), 1887/1905)
      Maps showing streets, street numbers, lot numbers, building locations, construction details of each building (brick, wood, steel, concrete, stone), fire walls, hydrants, tanks, boilers, parks, schools, churches, public and private buildings.
    • Fire insurance plan of Port Dalhousie, Ontario. 1929

      Underwriters Survey Bureau Ltd (Underwriters Survey Bureau, 1929)
      Maps showing streets, street numbers, lot numbers, building locations, construction details of each building (brick, wood, steel, concrete, stone), fire walls, hydrants, tanks, boilers, parks, schools, churches, public and private buildings.
    • Fire insurance plan of Thorold, Ontario. 1897

      Goad, Charles E. (Chas E. Goad (Toronto, Ont.), 1897)
      Maps showing streets, street numbers, lot numbers, building locations, construction details of each building (brick, wood, steel, concrete, stone), fire walls, hydrants, tanks, boilers, parks, schools, churches, public and private buildings. 1 map on 3 sheets.
    • Fire insurance plan of Thorold, Ontario. 1914

      Goad, Charles E. (Chas E. Goad (Toronto, Ont.), 1914)
      Maps showing streets, street numbers, lot numbers, building locations, construction details of each building (brick, wood, steel, concrete, stone), fire walls, hydrants, tanks, boilers, parks, schools, churches, public and private buildings. 1 map on 6 sheets.
    • 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.
    • Fort Erie as left by the Enemy

      Samuel Romilly (1814)
      This historical map of Fort Erie is noted to have been “enclosed in Romilly’s letter to Lieutenant General Drummond, dated Chippawa 10 Nov 1814”. (This notation is taken from Library and Archives Canada therefore it is possible that the letter itself is in their possession). Samuel Romilly’s title was Captain Royal Engineers. The letter describes the conditions of the fortifications after a battle (during the War of 1812). The map itself is dated 11 Nov 1814.
    • Fort Erie, Bertie, plan of Military Reserve

      W. T. Renwick; Anthony Reynolds Vyvian Crease (1852)
      Historical map created for the Buffalo Railroad Company in 1852 to outline a proposed new railroad in Fort Erie, which would cut through military reserve land. Text below the title reads: “Land applied for by the Brantford & Buffalo Railroad Company coloured yellow and green 2368 feet in length. Line of proposed railroad marked in yellow across the reserve. Part coloured green applied for by Mr. Thomson for the purposes of extending his mill race & other improvements."
    • Fort Erie, C.W.

      S. Freeth; Alex Gordon; J. Nightingale; Henry Vavasour (1850)
      Historic map showing the Fort Erie Military Reserve in 1850. Explanatory text below the title is as follows: “Plan of the Military Reserve, showing all the Houses thereon, and the quantity of land attached to each, Etc., as called for by Colonel Vavasour’s Order dated 19th November 1850.” Below this text is a reference chart which lists occupant names, the quantity of land they owned and a description of the buildings on the property. It is noted that the information came from a survey completed in December 1850. Further, a memorandum provides more detailed information about the plan.
    • 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.
    • Glenridge, City of St. Catharines.

      St. Catharines Improvement Company Ltd.; Rolph and Clark. ([St. Catharines, Ont. : St. Catharines Improvement Company Ltd.,, 1913?)
      Historical map showing street names and lots (numbers, boundaries and dimensions) of the Glenridge section of St. Catharines.
    • Grantham

      Page, H. R. (H.R. Page, 1876)
      Map showing lot numbers with landowners' names, roads, railroads, battle fields identified with symbol. Digital reproduction of map on page 42 of Illustrated historical atlas of the counties of Lincoln and Welland, Ont., Toronto : H.R. Page, 1876 Relief shown by hachures.
    • Grantham Township no.3. 1791

      Jones, Augustus (Augustus Jones, 1791)
      Historical map showing the names of land owners, concession and lot numbers, notes. Copied from an original by Charles Chambers and Samuel Holland ; Signed Augustus Jones, 25th October 1791. "Map #9" in margin. Digital reproduction of map (33 x 49 cm.) in the Archives of Ontario. Georeferenced and modified by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • 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.
    • Historical Niagara - Communities. 1876

      Regional Municipality of Niagara, Planning & Development (Regional Municipality of Niagara, Planning & Development Dept., 1876)
      Historical map showing historic place names, township names and boundaries.
    • Index map, new Welland Canal

      Brittain, J.B. (1916)
      Historical map showing the Second and Third Welland Canal with their locks, sections, tunnel and bridge. Includes lot and concession numbers, township boundaries, railways, major roads. Scale [ca. 1:30,480] Map date: 1916. Digital reproduction of map (70 x 264 cm.) in the Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library collection. Georeferenced and modified from Brock call# G 3462 W45 1916 B75 by Map, Data and GIS Library, Brock University.
    • Johnson's Canada West

      Alvin Jewett Johnson (1827-1884) (New York : A.J. Johnson, 1867)
      Historic map showing of “Canada West” (present day Ontario). The map shows the southern portion of Ontario surrounded by Lakes Huron, Erie and Ontario. Boundaries, roads and transportation routes are shown. Towns and cities are labelled as are waterways, lakes and ports. An inset map titled: “Niagara River and Vicinity” shows a magnified section of Niagara, Lincoln, Welland and New York.
    • Lincoln and Welland Counties, Ont.

      Scarborough Company (Scarborough Company, 1907)
      Historical map showing boundary, road and transportation features, lot and concession numbers, school houses, the line of the Third Welland Canal.
    • Louth. 1876

      Page, H.R. (H.R. Page, 1876)
      Map showing lot numbers with landowners' names, roads, railroads, battle fields identified with symbol.
    • Lower Rapids of the Grand or Ouse River, Plan 2

      Portlock, J.E. (Royal Engineers, 1820)
      Reproduction of plan of the Grand River, Haldimand County (later renamed “Ouse River” by John Graves Simcoe) showing a section of rivers reach. The drawing details trees and vegetation which line the river as well as minimalistic artistic renderings of topography. At various locations within the river are notations indicating significant features, depth of the water or expanse of the river. Following the northern side of the river, a road or footpath is indicated with a dotted line. Other notations are made on some of the adjacent land masses. Two four-point compass roses have been drawn beneath the river indicating North.