Provinces of British Columbia and Vancouver Island; with portions of the United States and Hudson's Bay Territories Public

The Provinces of British Columbia and Vancouver Island; with portions of the United States and Hudson's Bay Territories, compiled from original documents by John Arrowsmith, London, 1864. [Inset: Queen Charlotte Islands.] 40 miles to 1 inch. [British Columbia, Alberta, Washington, 1864]. Published by Edward Stanford. Descriptive text on map. Shows First Nations territories.

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In Collection:
Creator Subject Publisher Language Identifier
  • Penfold Number: 417
Keyword Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 sheet
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 47.50012, -120.50147
  • 57 30'N-45 00'N/ 130 10"W-115 50"W
  • 52.28333, -117.469
  • 49.11636, -123.18594
Chronological coverage
  • 1864
Additional physical characteristics
  • 1:2,534,400
Physical repository Collection
  • Early BC Maps Collection
Provenance
  • National Archives of the UK
Provider Sponsor
  • Funded by a Canadian Council of Archives, Archival Community Digitization Program.
Genre Archival item identifier
  • National Archives Number: CO700-BRITISH COLUMBIA13
Date digitized
  • April 12, 2010
Technical note
  • 600 dpi jpg
  • Watermarks added to images by KM, JF, and CDW. Metadata by JTP April 26, 2010.
Year
  • 1864
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Rights
  • These images are provided under license by The National Archives of the UK and cannot be reproduced or copied without their permission. To purchase high-resolution tiff files of these maps for publication, contact: image-library@nationalarchives.gov.uk Tel: +44 (0)20 8392 5225. A scale of reproduction fees applies for commercial publication, exhibition display or TV broadcast. Details on request. Request should cite the National Archives Number. Infringement of the above condition may result in legal action. These images are provided for research only.
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