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How Canada Grew A Portfolio of Maps

TITLE: How Canada Grew A Portfolio of Maps
 
Here is a FREE GIFT from Reader’s Digest
 
CONTENTS:
 
23 Maps on 10 Individual Pages, as follows: 1667, 1713, 1763, 1774, 1784, 1791, 1809, 1825, 1849, 1862, 1866, 1867, 1870, 1873, 1876, 1882, 1889, 1895, 1898, 1905, 1912, 1927, 1949
 
PUBLISHER: Reader’s Digest
 
EDITION:
 
Loose Leaf in Folio
 
# OF PAGES: 10
 
DIMENSIONS: 19 cm (W) x 26.7 cm (H) x 0.2 cm (D)
 
WEIGHT: 70 g
 
CONDITION:
 
FOLIO: Fine
 
Lightly Creased
Lightly Chipped
Moderate Yellowing Due to Age
 
MAPS: Fine
 
Moderate Yellowing Due to Age
 
SYNOPSIS:
 
The seeds of the Canada we know were planted by French colonists more than three and a half centuries ago. If they could return to earth today, they would be astonished to see what the seed has produced: a transcontinental nation, the second largest country in the world. They also would be fascinated by the political processes which have repeatedly changed the map of Canada and culminated in today’s federation of 10 provinces. Here is your portfolio of maps depicting this territorial evolution.
 
The Territorial Evolution of Canada is reproduced here through the courtesy of the Surveys and Mapping Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa. It is also available from the department as a single sheet suitable for framing. These and other interesting maps will appear in the new Atlas of Canada to be published in 1969.

PriceĀ  C$ 24.77
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