Church's mineral map of Nova Scotia revised edition. Shewing by symbols the outcrop of the known coal seams, gold-bearing quarty-veins and ore-beds, containing minerals of economic value and importance. Published by A.F. Church & Co., Bedford, Halifax County. [cartographic material]

  • Record Information – Brief
    Hierarchical level:
    Item
    Date:
    [1901].
    Reference:
    Microfiche: NMC34171, Box: 2000206692
    Local class no.:
    H2/202/[1901]
    Type of material:
    Maps and cartographic material
    Found in:
    Archives / Collections and Fonds
    Item ID number:
    4125795
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  • Date(s):
    [1901].
    Place:
    S.l:
    Place of creation:
    Canada
    Publisher:
    s.n,
    Extent:
    1 map : Print Coloured ; 23 x 29.
    Language of material:
    English
    Additional name(s):
    Additional information:
    General Note:
    Gilpin, Edwin, Jr., A.M., F.G.S., M.R.S.C., Government Inspector of Mines for the Province of Nova Scotia. "The Minerals of Nova Scotia". 7 x 14 1/4 inches.
    Area & population of counties. Summary of the province's mineral production.
    Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in the year 1889, by Ambrose F. Church, of Bedford, Nova Scotia, at the Department of Agriculture.
    Cartographic math data:
    Scale 1 inch to 12 m.
    Availability of other formats note:
    The microfiche version is NMC34171
    Subject heading:
    Source:
    Private
    Other system control no.:
    CARTO1028
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