One of The Earliest Appearances of Toronto on a Printed Map
Interesting regional map of Canada, from the Great Lakes to the Bay of Fundy and the St. Lawrence River.
Upper Canada includes a number of the early cities formed by the Canada Company. These include Toronto, which had been called York, but on March 6, 1834, when the city was incorporated, changed its name to Toronto.
Large insets of Montreal and Quebec City.
Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1802-1887) was an American geographic publisher. He hailed from Bradford, Massachusetts and began his publishing career by working for the America Encyclopedia. Then, he edited and republished the Atlas Designed to Illustrate the Abridgement of Universal Geography, Modern & Ancient, which had originally been offered in French by Adrian Balbi. In 1835, he published another atlas, A Comprehensive Atlas: Geographical, Historical & Commercial, and, in 1838, An Illustrated Atlas Geographical, Statistical and Historical of the United States and Adjacent Countries. His interests were primarily in educational publishing and he was one of the first mapmakers to show Texas as an independent country.