Item #M1126 Carte particuliere du fleuve Saint Louis dressee dur les Lieux avec les noms des Sauvages du Pais, des Marchandises Qu'on Y Porte & Qu'on Recoit. Henri Abraham Chatelain.

Carte particuliere du fleuve Saint Louis dressee dur les Lieux avec les noms des Sauvages du Pais, des Marchandises Qu'on Y Porte & Qu'on Recoit

Paris: c.1719. Notes: From Chatelain's Atlas Historique.
This map is based on the 1703 map by Lahontan. The map covers the area of South Hudson Bay and concentrates on the Great Lakes. The St. Laurent is shown running into the Great Lakes from present day Lake Winnipeg. Georgian Bay is named "Baye de Toronto". English, French, Iroquois treaty is shown and many early settlements, forts, trading posts, missions, friendly and hostile Indian Villages are clearly marked. This is a highly significant and informative fur trade map. Surrounding the map are a number of descriptive panels, contained lists of the birds, fish, plants, and insects of Canada. Also the Indian tribes of the different regions together with a list of various trade goods including whiskey, which were popular among the Indians., Size : 368x458 (mm), 14.49x18.03 (Inches), Coloring: Hand Colored, Reference: Koeman II: Cha 7; Sellers and Van Ee 2; Kershaw II: 307., Category: Maps Canada; Maps North America Great Lakes;. Very Good;. Item #M1126

Price: $1,750.00

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