Fine art print reproduction of an antique map of the Great Lakes from 1755 printed on acid-free, 100% cotton fine art paper with a matte finish and archival pigment inks.
This map covers the area from Lake Superior in the northwest to western Quebec in the northeast, and from the Mississippi River in the southwest to Delaware Bay in the southeast. Shows a few towns, missions, forts, Indian villages and tribal territory, rivers and lakes, portages, and early place-names. Includes four legendary but non-existent islands in Lake Superior described by the Jesuit explorer Pierre de Charlevoix, thought to exist by explorers for many years.
Map Title: Partie Occidentale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada (Western Part of New France or Canada)
Author: Jacques Nicolas Bellin (1703-1772)
Related Subjects: Great Lakes, Midwest US, Colonial America