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Three town plans on one sheet of eastern Canada, including Quebec, Louisbourg and Halifax towns which the English and French fought to conquer on the American continent from 1754 to 1760, a war that ended by the French capitulation of 1760.
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f an early cartographic archivist.
552 Item no. assigned by LAC 552
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Place names in English and French.
 Plan du port et ville de Louisbourg dans l'isle royale. 22x 28 cm. Scale Echelle de cinq cens toises-- Plan de la ville de Quebec.22 x 23 cm. Echelles de 200 toises-- Plan of the town of Halifax in Nova Scotia. 21 x 51 cm. Scale [ca. 1:8 000]
Folder includes a second copy of the Plan of the town of Halifax in Nova Scotia.
From: Homann's Stadt-Atlas, 1762.
Relief shown pictorially and by hachures. Depths shown by soundings.
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Citation / reference note
Phillips, Entry 61, no 
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Varying form of title
1. Cities and towns - Canada - Maps - Early works to 1800.
2. Louisbourg (N.S.)
3. Early works to 1800. Quebéc (Quebéc)
4. Halifax (N.S.) - Maps - Early works to 1800.
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