Shows from Constance Bay to Rhoddy's Bay along Ottawa River and south including Burnt Lands, Pakenham Mountains. Other townships are March and Torbolton. Gives geological formations coded by time period, with explanation and legend
These geology maps are available online at NRCAN (March 2010). The location of this specific map is http://apps1.gdr.nrcan.gc.ca/mirage/show_image_e.php?client=mrsid2&id=109148&image=gscmap-a_1363a_e_1974_mn01.sid
Dept. of National Defence, Army Survey Establishment, originally published in 1926-29
paper - ink coloured
Size: 39 x 55
Scope and Content
Shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham Townships, and part of Pontiac County, QC. Eastern part of McNab Twp includes hamlets of White Lake, Waba, Stewartville, etc. Also shows Sand Point, Braeside, Sandy Hook, Roddy Bay, etc.
Very good map of Waba Creek, from White lake to its mouth, east of present Arnprior airport. Good map of the Flat Rapids (before the Madawaska was dammed). Calabogie Light and Power Co. line.
Shows that elevations vary from 575 feet northwest of Robertson’s Corners to 350 feet near Clay Bank, to 250 feet at the Arnprior wharf. Whyte Mountain (Pakenham): 700 feet.
Shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham, and Huntley Townships, and small part of Pontiac County, QC. Mississippi, Madawaska, Carp & Ottawa Rivers shown. Pakenham Highlands and Bellamy Road also shown.
Shows existing boundaries of Arnprior outlined in red and proposed expanded boundaries in yellow. Attached page shows areas of existing and expanded town. Date of annotations is unknown. Map shows portions of Arnprior, McNab, Fitzroy, Pakenham Townships, and part of Pontiac County, QC.
Third Edition. Published in 1951. Surveyed between 1926-1929 by the Army Survey Establishment, updated with 1950 air photos.
Shows proposed railway in red between Gillies Bros & Canada Atlantic Railway in Arnprior. Green lines shows a possible location.Shows CPR Railway and where the 2 intersect; shows Dochart Creek and street names and concession lines.