Making of Canada, Ontario Theme - Published 1996

The richest, most populous, and most urban province in Canada, Ontario contains both vibrant cities and uninhabited boreal forests and tundra. Part of the "Making of Canada" series, this map of the province is Side One of a two-map set published in June 1996 which accompanied an article on Toronto.

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The richest, most populous, and most urban province in Canada, Ontario contains both vibrant cities and uninhabited boreal forests and tundra. Part of the "Making of Canada" series, this map of the province is Side One of a two-map set published in June 1996 which accompanied an article on Toronto.

What does the map feature?

This is an eye-catchy map that looks more like a poster with colorful pictures of Ontario's past. It caters information of the first people, new arrivals and alliances, migration, expansion, great transformation and powerhouse of Canada. The map is more of a historic introduction that gives information on the various periods of Ontario's history. It also inculcates a map of Ontario prior to 1600 showing tribal groups, explorers' routes, and trade routes with commodities. Another map of the region from 1600-1790 shows settled areas, fur trade routes, forts, trading posts, and more. The migration and expansion map of the region includes settlements, roads, canals, railroads, and sites related to the 1812 War. The region's industry and resources including shipping, minerals, forest products, hydroelectric sites, manufacturing, and grain elevators. The map showing the region today highlights land use, manufacturing districts, mining, nuclear power plants, pulp and paper mills, airports, and more.

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You can order this brilliant poster map of Ontario by National Geographic for your home decor, library, study or gifting purpose at our online store. Choose this 27.25 x 20.75 inches map with a finish by choosing from the varied framing options available in lamination, matte plastic and paper.

About Publisher:: National Geographic

National Geographic Maps is responsible for illustrating the world around us through art and science of map-making. The map publishing head still continues the mission by creating the world's best wall maps, outdoor recreation maps, travel maps, atlases and globes. The publishing house works with a team of experienced cartographers, editors, producers, and salespeople and is located in Washington DC and Evergreen, Colorado.

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Size 27.25 x 20.75 in
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