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Map of part of the Valley of Red River : North of the 49th parallel to accompany a report on the Canadian Red River Exploring Expedition.

Description: Map shows settlements, roads, Native American villages, and structures along the course of the Red River [of the North] and its tributaries between Pembina in Dakota Territory/St. Vincent, Minnesota and Lake Winnepeg; tributaries to the Red River and marshes, prairies, vegetation, and terrain along its watershed; strata and geological composition in cross sections; continuation and overview of the Assinniboine River and Roseau River in insets. Includes dates of flooding and additional notes. Insets: "The Assinniboine near Prairie Portage," "Continuation of the Assinniboine from point A to Prairie Portage," "No. 8 Section of the Assinniboine near Lane's Post," "Copy of map drawn by Mr. John Spence of Prairie Portage," "No. 7 Section of Limestone Cliff," "No. 9 Section of Red River near Scratching River," "No. 1 Section of the Great Dog Mountain take on the line of Portage," "No. 13 Greenstone conglomerate." "No. 2 Section of the Coast of Lake Winnipeg," "No. 11 Outline of Rocks near the mouoth of the Penawa - Bonnet Lake," "No. 3 Section on the Red River near the stone fort," "No. 4 Section near Mr. Gunn's House below the Grand Rapids, Red River," "No. 6 Section across the valley of Red River near Dr. Ben's house," "Section of Ridges," "No. 5 Section of Bank of Red River near St. Paul's Church," "Continuation of Roseau River from point C to Roseau Lake as described by guide," and "No. 10 Section of Bank of Roseau River near point C." Scale [1:253,440]. Scale for insets varies.
Date: [1857..1877]
Creator: Hind, Henry Youle, 1823-1908
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Manitoba.

Description: Map shows railroads, counties, roads, trails, marshland, lakes, rivers, mountains, township grid, towns, and proposed Native American reserves. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Scale not given.
Date: 1881
Creator: Rand McNally and Company
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Manitoba.

Description: Map shows early twentieth century Manitoba, Canada major cities and towns, lakes, and existent or proposed railroads. Includes distances from ports. Scale [ca. 1:10,700,000].
Date: [1912..1927]
Creator: C.S. Hammond & Company
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[Maps of Canadian Territories and Cities]

Description: Map shows late nineteenth century northwest Canada provinces, districts, counties, cities and towns; railroads, Native American reservations, lakes, and rivers. Includes indexes and populations statistics. Inset: "North-western part of Ontario." Relief shown by hachures. Scales [ca. 1:2,534,000], [ca. 1:2,172,000], [ca. 1:2,304,000], and [ca. 1:1,690,000].
Date: [1880..1900]
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Map of the United States

Description: This sheet contains three different maps showing the United States and portions of Canada. The first page shows the entire United States with surrounding areas. The states are labeled and shaded in various colors. On the back, there are two maps: a map of the state of Maine in the left half and a map of Manitoba, Canada in the right. The counties and regions are labeled and shaded in various colors. Bodies of water and geographic features are marked (with relief shown by hachures) as well as many cities. There are page numbers at the bottoms of the maps: Manitoba (page 109), the United States (pages 110 and 111), and Maine (page 112). Prime meridians: Greenwich and Washington.
Date: unknown
Creator: Rand McNally and Company
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library