The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Plan of River St. Lawrence Between Prescott and Montreal Shewing the Rapids, and Provincial Canals, to Improve the Navigation.


Description
Creator:
H. H. Killaly, Jr., Cartographer
Media Type:
Image
Item Types:
Maps
Charts
Description:
Nineteen foot long engraved map of the Saint Lawrence River between Prescott and Montreal produced for the Department of Public Works in 1854 as a supplement to the departmental report "Maps, Reports, Estimates, &c., Relative to Improvements of the Navigation of the River St. Lawrence; and a Proposed Canal Connecting the River St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain"
Notes:
George Mathews, Montreal is credited as the lithographer
Inscriptions:
"Plan of River St. Lawrence Between Prescott and Montreal Shewing the Rapids, and Provincial Canals, to Improve the Navigation."
"Draft'd by H. H. Killaly Junr"
"Office of Public Works Toronto, 1856"
"Total Rise from Tide-water to Kingston 234 Feet"
"George Matthews Lith. Montreal"
Publisher:
Canada. Department of Public Works
Place of Publication:
Toronto, CW
Date of Original:
1854
Subject(s):
Collection:
Marine Museum of the Great Lakes at Kingston
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.8698612138196 Longitude: -75.2296543121338
Copyright Statement:
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Plan of River St. Lawrence Between Prescott and Montreal Shewing the Rapids, and Provincial Canals, to Improve the Navigation.
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Plan of River St. Lawrence Between Prescott and Montreal Shewing the Rapids, and Provincial Canals, to Improve the Navigation.


Nineteen foot long engraved map of the Saint Lawrence River between Prescott and Montreal produced for the Department of Public Works in 1854 as a supplement to the departmental report "Maps, Reports, Estimates, &c., Relative to Improvements of the Navigation of the River St. Lawrence; and a Proposed Canal Connecting the River St. Lawrence and Lake Champlain"