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Tremaine's Man of the County of Halton 1858 – Township of Esquesing II


Description
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Creator:
Geo. R. Tremaine
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Maps
Description:
This map lays out the land division and ownership of the northern Esquesing region as of 1858. It is one of eight maps of the Halton townships. It also includes depictions of important local buildings including the Canadian Collegiate Institute, the residence of James Barber Esquire, and Credit Paper Mills. V1/420 Halton - Section 2 of 8.
Inscriptions:
Canadian Collegiate Institute – Rev. M McVicar, ____ Connell, Principals; Will Killiy, Assistant English Teacher; Will M. Mackey, Classical; Georgetown
Residence of James Barber Esquire, Georgetown
Credit Paper Mills – Georgetown, Will Barber & Brothers, Proprietors
Date of Original:
1858
Date Of Event:
1858
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
OPLOIH0004
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.61681 Longitude: -79.94964
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Tremaine's Man of the County of Halton 1858 – Township of Esquesing II


This map lays out the land division and ownership of the northern Esquesing region as of 1858. It is one of eight maps of the Halton townships. It also includes depictions of important local buildings including the Canadian Collegiate Institute, the residence of James Barber Esquire, and Credit Paper Mills. V1/420 Halton - Section 2 of 8.