Nine maps of previous surveys traced by C. Murray from the Royal Engineers in 1862 showing government and "Indian" reserves in different locations along the Fraser, Anderson, and Coquitlam Rivers. The maps point out features like "Indian" villages, stores, plots and buildings belonging to specific people, burial grounds, a smithy, and government reserves. The maps have relief markings on them to show the land forms. The maps have following individual titles: Siska Flat Abt 7 Miles Below Lytton on left bank of Fraser River Surveyed May 1861; North Arm, Fraser River No. 1 Surveyed Sept 1859; Reserve on the Anderson and Fraser Rivers Surveyed July 1861; Kanaka Flat 8 1/2 Miles Below Lytton on left bank of Fraser River Surveyed May 1861; North Arm, Fraser River No. 2 Surveyed Sept 1859; 9 Mile Creek 9 Miles Above Boston Bar on left bank of Fraser River Surveyed June 1861; Reserve 14 1/2 Miles Above Boston Bar on left bank of Fraser River; North Arm, Fraser River No. 3 Surveyed Sept 1859; No 1. Coquitlam River on right bank near its mouth Surveyed May 1861, No. 2 Coquitlam R. 3 Miles from Fraser River Surveyed May 1861.
- In Collection:
- LSV Number: 17T1LR
- 1 sheet ; 68 x 82 cm
- 49.83303, -121.43585
- 49.18296, -123.23595
- 49.23297, -122.80262
- 49.11636, -123.18594
- Scale: Six Inches to One Statute Mile
- Land Title and Survey Authority of British Columbia Maps
- Surveyor General of BC, Legal Surveys Vault
- September 30, 2011
- 400 dpi; Metadata by KD
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