Mackinlay's Map of The Province of Nova Scotia, Including the island of Cape Breton. Compiled from Actual & Recent Surveys. 1862. Published By A. & W. Mackinlay, No. 10 Granville Street, Halifax, N.S. Engraved by G. Philip & Son, Liverpool. Drawn by W.A. Hendry
- Halifax : A. & W. Mackinlay, 1862.
- Physical description
- 1 map ; 78 x 100 cm.
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- Map Data
- Scale 1:570,240.
- 1st edition; earlier than any in Phillips. Does not show the Gold or Coal Districts that appear on the later editions, only the Gold Diggings, marked with an "X"; also, many settlements and railroads that appear on later editions do not show here. Full color map dissected in 32 sections and mounted on linen and mounted in a 22x14 red cloth covered case with "Mackinlay's Map Of Nova Scotia, 1862." on the cover in gilt.
- Case Map.
- References: cf Phillips Maps 625.
- Pub list no.: 0450.000.
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