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TitleMap of Newfoundland : shewing the extent of French Treaty rights upon the coasts of the island, and the position of the fishing banks (not affected by the "Treaty Rights") on which French fishing is now actually carried on
SubjectFisheries--Newfoundland and Labrador--Maps
Great Britain--Foreign relations--France--Maps
France--Foreign relations--Great Britain--Maps
French Shore (N.L.)--Maps
DescriptionScale [ca. 1:1 350 000] (W 60°--W 48°/N 52°--N 42°). Colour. North arrow. Shows the French Shore in red, with extensive notes and statistics on that area and on Newfoundland generally, including: population, telegraph cables, comparative land mass, climate, mineral resources, agricultural and timber lands, harbours, bays and islands, exports of codfish, French fishing, bounties, bait and bait fishes. Inset: Map showing the comparative latitudes of Newfoundland & America.
CreatorM'Corquodale & Co.
Place of PublicationLondon, UK
PublisherM'Corquodale & Co.
Dimensions of Original94 x 68 cm
ContributorsMorine, Alfred B., Sir, 1857-1944
Scott, P. J.
Winter, James Spearman, Sir, 1845-1911
Location DepictedCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador--French Shore
Time Period19th Century
Local Call NumberG 3436 F5 1890 M36 MAP
TypeStill Image
Resource TypeMap
Record NoMR-0047
RelationIs Referenced By: French Treaty rights in Newfoundland. London : P.S. King & Son, 1890.
SourcePrint map held in the Map Library.
CollectionMap Room
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Map Library
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