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Place of creation
Appresso i Giunti
Scope and content
The first printed map devoted to New England and New France, showing the eastern seaboard from New York Bay to the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The map is the first to use the name New France and one of the earliest to delineate New York Harbor and Manhattan with any accuracy.
Original can be viewed in the presence o
f an early cartographic archivist. Microfiche version is open.
Credit Library and Archives Canada.
Includes illustrations showing the flora and fauna as well as the Indigenous peoples, sea monsters and sailing ships.
In upper left margin: 353
In upper right margin: 354
Cartographic math data
Citation / reference note
Burden, Entry 25
Burden, Entry 35, 1606 (Block 2)
Availability of other formats note
1. New France - Maps - Early works, 1651-1700.
2. New England - Maps - Early works, 1651-1700.
3. Early works, 1651-1700. Canada, Eastern
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