The Journals & Notebook of
 Nathan Bangs 1805-1806, 1817


Contents    Introduction    Maps    Images    Chronology    Bibliography    Archival Resources

Maps (click map for larger image)

A New Map of Upper and Lower Canada, 1807

Cary, John. "A New Map of Upper & Lower Canada, from the latest Authorities." London, 1807. First published in Cary's New Universal Atlas London, 1808.

A Map of the Province of Upper Canada, 1813

Smyth, David William. "A Map of the Province of Upper Canada, describing all the New Settlements, Townships, &c. with the Countries Adjacent, from Quebec to Lake Huron. Compiled at the Request of His Excellency Major General John G. Simcoe, First Lieutenant Governor." London: Published by W. Faden, 1800. Second Edition 1813.

Detail: Cataraqui circuit including region around Kingston and Wolfe Island
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Oswegatchie circuit from the Thousand Islands to Lake St. Francis.
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Bay of Quinte circuit on the north-east shore of Lake Ontario
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Niagara circuit including Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake) between the south-western shore of Lake Ontario and the north-eastern short of Lake Erie
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Home District including York (Toronto) and Yonge Street on north-west shore of Lake Ontario
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Western district including River Thames, Lake St. Claire and north shore of Lake Erie
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Upper Canada district from Sandwich (Windsor) to Cornwall
(Smyth, 1813)

Detail: Lower Canada including Quebec, Montreal, and Grand (or Ottawa) River
(Cary, 1807)

Edited by Scott McLaren
Book History Practicum
University of Toronto