Page 35: McNab Twp. in the District of Mecklenburg (1788-92) and in the District of Johnstown (1798-1821). Page 37: McNab Twp. in the County of Grenville [Grenvill] (1792-1798). Page 39: McNab Twp. in the District of Bathurst (1822-1849).
Page 41: McNab Twp. was still Bathurst after that district had been enlarged.
Compiled by David William Smyth, Surveyor General.
photo - B&W
Size: 42 x 35
Scope and Content
Reproduction of part of a map of Upper Canada from Ontario Archives, Ref. A-9. Showing the Eastern District but not yet Bathurst District (and not McNab Township). Shows Ottawa or Grand River, Lake Chats, “Carrying Place"".
Illustrates the Upper Canada region in 1862. Shows 5 reproductions of buildings, 6 small geographical enlargements of cities, and tables (meteroligical, time zones, population, railway & telegraph stations)
Restored by the Canadian Conservation Institute in Ottawa in 1994/95. See file “Tremaine Map of Upper Canada” in Peter Hessel's fond - H3.3 for report, photos, & newspaper clippings
Reproduction from the Ontario Archives, Ref.: C-28. Shows (a) Ontario was once a part of Quebec, and (b) the region later called Upper Canada was divided into the districts of Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Nassau and Hesse. Arnprior-McNab was in Mecklenburg.