Item is a map of the aftermath of the Halifax Explosion. According to the photograph's caption, "the section outlined is the devastated area extending from the harbour front out North Street to Windsor Street and then north almost to the extreme right of the map. The collision took place in "Section 10" as indicated above."
This item is Belcher's map of Nova Scotia including Cape Breton. The map was compiled from surveys by William MacKay in 1834. Map shows township boundaries and expanding communication and transportation infrastructure including telegraph stations and railway lines.
Map by engraver Herman Moll showing fishing resources of Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and the Gulf of St. Lawrence during early 18th century. This map depicts shared international fishing banks before the Treaty of Utrecht of 1713 created geo-political boundaries restricting fishing territories.
Item is a map showing details of Louisbourg Harbour and Gabarus Bay with a full inset map of Cape Breton Island, labelled Isle Royal. Documents the landing place and camp of the New England forces as well as the fortified town of Louisbourg, various battery locations, French settlements and the lighthouse.
This item is a hand-coloured map of Isle Royale (Cape Breton Island) by Jacques Nicolas Bellin from the Petit Atlas Maritime published in 1764. During the French colonial period, permanent settlement on Isle Royale grew to 4000. This map shows changes in place names reflecting the French and Mi'kmaw presence.