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Item : MAP 1047.02 - Sketch map of part of British Columbia showing trails and routes of communication

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Sketch map of part of British Columbia showing trails and routes of communication

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  • Cartographic material

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AM54-S13-: MAP 1047.02

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  • [1862?] (copied 194-?) (Creation)

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1 map on 4 sheets : negative photostat ; 68 x 97 cm (total)

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Item is a photostatic copy of a manuscript map showing trails and routes of communication in a portion of British Columbia from the Canada-U.S. border in the south to Seaton Lake in the north, and from the coast to Vermillion in the east. The section of coastline extends from Semiahmoo Bay in the south to Point Atkinson in the north. Map shows the location of mule trails and wagon roads, and includes a trail in progress from New Westminster to Burrard Inlet (North Road), trails from Whatcom to Hope and Semiahmoo to Derby, the Hudsons Bay Brigade Trail, Douglas Road, a trail proposed by Colonel Moody from New Westminster to Fort Hope, and the Dewdney Trail. Included with the map is a 1949 letter from Major Matthews, City Archivist, to J.M. Pearce in which Matthews describes the map, and a 1952 enquiry from L.B. [Housler] for a map showing the Dewdney Trail.

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Map had previously been alienated from its original fonds and placed in AM1594.

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A digitized copy of this material is available on-line.

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Correspondence relating to this map is found in 847-A-3, folder 39.

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In the AM54-S13 inventory, was part of Oblong S 26.

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File 17T1 Roads & Trails. Map no. 9

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ftp://webftp.vancouver.ca/archives/MAPS-TIFF/MAP1047.02.tif

  • Format: TIFF (LZW compressed)
  • MD5: C81FE59656669D12625662967397222F
  • Size: 67058988 bytes

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Copyright: Province of British Columbia: expiry: none.

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1862-01-01

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Map is unpublished, so copyright does not expire.

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Under copyright

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2017-03-02

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Canada

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1862-01-01

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  • Map cabinet: 699, drawer 2, folder 15
  • Box: 847-A-3, folder 39