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Title Carte geographiqve de la Novvelle Franse / faictte par le sievr de Champlain Saint Tongois cappitaine ordinaire povr le roy en la marine, faict len 1612; Dauid Pelletier fecit
Cartographer Champlain, Samuel de (1567-1635); Pelletier, David; Champlain, Samuel de (1567-1635); Berjon, Jean (d.1617)
Document Type Map
Description Details the region surrounding the St Lawrence River valley westward to the eastern end of Lake Erie. Relief, settlements, and Indian villages shown pictorially. Includes portrait of four Indian men of the Montaignais and Almonichicois tribes in native costume (11 x 23 cm), and scattered illustrations of native vegetation, marine, and wildlife.
Places St Lawrence River, Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada
Keywords river, settlement, France, New France, colonialism, housing, animal, vegetation, wildlife
Theme American Indians and the European Powers; First Nations of Canada
Culture Area Northeast
Language French
Physical Description

1 map; 35 x 77 cm, on composite sheet 45 x 78 cm.

Printed on 2 sheets trimmed and joined to form 1 composite sheet.

Additional Information

Scale c.1:5,500,000.

Table showing declination of the sun at 9 locations and key to references A-T, V, X-Z, and [1]-21 in bottom margin.

Detached from Les Voyages dv sievr de Champlain Xaintongeois (Paris: Jean Berjon, 1613).

Library The Newberry Library
Copyright The Newberry Library
Collection The Edward E. Ayer Collection
Reference sc VAULT drawer Ayer Map4F G3300 1612 .C5
Catalogue Link The Newberry Library Catalogue