Petawawa Public Library Digital Collections
Georgian Bay Ship Canal Map: Pembroke to Des Joachims


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Maps
Description:
Line map of the canal system drawn in bluish coloured ink, outlines routes along the Ottawa River between Pembroke and the rapids at Des Joachims. The left-hand side of the map has very prominent ink blotches and finger prints made from the same colour of ink as the map itself. On the left of the map there is a detail of the Petawawa Military Reserve. The map plots islands, rocks, channel markers and depths of the route along the Ottawa River.
Date of Original:
1907
Dimensions:
Width: 147 cm
Height: 27.5 cm
Map Scale:
2.36 inches = 1 mile
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
PPL_MAP_0001
Collection:
Map Collection
Language of Item:
English; French
Geographic Coverage:
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder Contact Information:
Petawawa Public Library
16 Civic Centre Rd.
Petawawa, Ontario
K8H 3H5
Tel: 613 687-2227
info@petawawapubliclibrary.ca
Recommended Citation:
Georgian Bay Ship Canal Map: Pembroke to des Joachims. [Map]. 1907. Petawawa Public Library Digital Collection. Insert URL. Accessed: Insert Date.
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Georgian Bay Ship Canal Map: Pembroke to Des Joachims


Line map of the canal system drawn in bluish coloured ink, outlines routes along the Ottawa River between Pembroke and the rapids at Des Joachims. The left-hand side of the map has very prominent ink blotches and finger prints made from the same colour of ink as the map itself. On the left of the map there is a detail of the Petawawa Military Reserve. The map plots islands, rocks, channel markers and depths of the route along the Ottawa River.