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Passing Through

Late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century maps are great sources of information. Here, we feature the atlas published by C.E. Goad in 1912. It is rare and fragile and bulky, but thanks to modern imaging techniques, you can appreciate all its fine details. In fact, the maps are so detailed they show whether houses had passageways for horses and carts.

Atlas of the City of Montreal, 1881
Chas. E. Goad, civil engineer
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Atlas of the City of Montreal, 1912–1914.
Chas. E. Goad, civil engineer
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For additional information or to make suggestions,
contact info@cieq.ca
Sherry Olson
  Dept. of Geography
McGill University
805 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montréal, QC, H3A 0B9
Robert C.H. Sweeny
  Dept. of History
Memorial University
of Newfoundland
St John's TN A1C 5S7
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