A distillation of sixty-seven of the best and most important plates from the original three volumes of the bestselling of the Historical Atlas of Canada.Information from original research files of P.J. Usher Ray, A.J. The Hudsona#39;s Bay Company and Native People. ... sectors of the economy; and an assortment of other products such as tobacco, apples, beans, and clover seed that were typicallv grown in only a few specific areas. ... Dots for the specialty products were located manually in locations known to have large concentrations of those products.
|Title||:||Concise Historical Atlas of Canada|
|Author||:||William G. Dean, Geoffrey J. Matthews, Byron Moldofsky|
|Publisher||:||University of Toronto Press - 1998|