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Description found in Archives
Place of creation
Nella stamperia de Givnti.
Scope and content
Map shows Cartier landing at Hochelaga with a supposed plan of the village in the center. This is the first map that has "Monte Real" appearing.
Original can be viewed in the presence o
f an early cartographic archivist.
420 Item no. assigned by LAC 420
Credit Library and Archives Canada. Copyright expired.
From atlas: Ramusio, Giovanni Battista. Terzo volume delle navigationi et viaggi. In Venetia: Nella stamperia de Givnti, 1565. P. 446-447.--Based on Kershaw.
Relief shown pictorially.
446 appears in upper leftt margin while 447 appears in upper right margin.
Bottom right margin of map contains stamp "Collection de A. Léo Leymarie".
Attributed by some to cartographer Gicomo de Gastaldi.
Alexander E. MacDonald Canadiana Collection # 420.
Citation / reference note
Cartier's Hochelaga and the Dawson site by James F. Pendergast and Bruce G. Tigger. Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 1972.p. 12-14; 374-380.
Early printed maps of Canada. Vol. 1. 1540-1703 by Kenneth A. Kershaw. Ancaster, Ont. : Kershaw Publishing, 1993.Entries 16-17.
Goss, John " The Mappong of North America: Three centuries of map-making 1500-1860", Entry 7
Copy / version note
Exhibition Title: Canada at Scale : Maps of Our History. National Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 1999.06.29-1999.12.31.
Treasures of the National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada : An exhibition of 100 original maps, atlases, globes and architectural plans, 1490-1982, held at the Public Archives of Canada 17 August 1982 to 9 January 1983
Hochelaga (Montréal, Québec) - Maps.
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