Scale 10 chains to 1 inch
15 1/2" x 12" (39.5 x 30.5 cm)
original antique map (some staining)
from Illustrated Historical Atlas Of The County of Ontario. Toronto: 1877.
Landmarks include: Lake Simcoe, Northern Railway, Midway Railway, hotels, a wharf, a saw mill, a grist mill, Railroad depot & warehouses, a town hall, a public school, a church and a cemetery.
Landowners include: Mrs. Odgen Creighton, O. Thompson, A. Reeve, J. Mayers, M. Reed, R.E. Porritt, William Doble, William Patterson, Nicholas Stiffins, J. Waddell, A.W. Ewers, Alexander Graham, E. Lamb, D. Barrett, Heirs of Mrs. Michell, John Christie, William Foreman, Ambrose Nobel, F.M. McKercher, John Pheonix, Joseph Bagshaw, Timothy Craig & John Ianson.
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Captain Ogden Creighton was a officer with the British Army and best known for the planning and developing of the village of Clifton in 1832, now known as Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls. He later acquired land along Lake Simcoe at the Narrows and assisted in the planning of Atherley.
Abel W. Ewers came to Canada via the US, first locating to Whitby as a carriage builder and later relocating to Manchester and later took up farming. He was elected to Reach Township council and also was Reeve.
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