Land grants--Madawaska territory--Map
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a copy of one map in two different sizes. The title of the map, from the Crown Land Office of New Brunswick, is Map of tracts of land along the St. John River near Edmundston, N.B. This is an 1826 land grants map. The maps were printed in black and white from a digital copy. The map is hand drawn and handwritten with the names of the grantees. This map was “traced from the grant plan on file in the Crown Land Office of New Brunswick”. There are a few different notes...
Dates: 1826; Other: 2016-04-05
Maps of Upper St. John and Madawaska Rivers in 1778 and land requested by the Natives and Kelly’s lot, 1787 from Library and Archives Canada
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a CD with two maps bought from Library and Archives Canada. The maps were printed on vinyl for an exhibit at the Acadian Archives and are part of the Acadian Archives permanent collection. The first map titled 1778 British Map of Native Village at Mouth of Madawaska River (LAC, NMC-10867) shows all the major tributaries along the Saint John River from the Allagash to the Bay of Fundy are displayed. A major Indian village at the mouth of the Madawaska...
Dates: 1778 & 1787; Other: 2010