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Sackville [Township] Grant

DATES OF CREATION:
[179?]

PHYSICAL EXTENT:
1 map on 1 sheet ; 101.5 x 113 cm

ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY/BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Creator of the map is unidentified

CUSTODIAL HISTORY:
Document was handed down to Mr. Richard McLeod of Westcock, New Brunswick from his father, Mr. Carl McLeod. Mr. McLeod had no further information concerning its origins and provenance.

SCOPE AND CONTENTS:
Item is a map showing major sub-divisions, both town and rural lots, names of proprietors and major geographic features such as rivers, creeks, roads, marshes (Great Marsh, Jolliceur [Jolicure] Marsh , Ram Pasture Marsh, Spectacle Island, Sunken Island, Westcock Marsh, as well as undivided (un-named?) marshes).

SOURCE OF TITLE:
Title based on contents of item and inscription on verso "copy, Sackville grant"

ACCRUALS:
Not applicable

ASSOCIATED MATERIALS:
The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick holds a "True Copy" similar to this map but dated 1808 (PANB RS656/1A17D"

FINDING AIDS:
Description available at repository

IMMEDIATE SOURCE OF ACQUISITION:
Donated by Mr. Richard McLeod, 2004

LANGUAGE:
English

LOCATION OF ORIGINALS:
Mount Allison University Archives

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:
Scale [ca. 20 chains to 1 inch]
Ink on paper, hand colouring, some loss on document, fragile but stable condition

RELATED RECORDS:
Photocopies of similar maps are located in the Mount Allison University Archives, Albert Anderson family fonds, 9709/7/1 and Mount Allison University Archives, Plan of Sackville, 7933/6/4.
Photocopy of a similar map (owner unknown) is located in the Mount Allison University, Ralph Pickard Bell Library, Bell Collection, G 3434 S 15 1791 P 6 1970

ALL OTHER NOTES:
Not applicable

RETRIEVAL No.:
2004.15

REPOSITORY:
Mount Allison University Archives

RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS, USE AND REPRODUCTION:
Open for research purposes. Copying and/or publication only with written permission of the Mount Allison University Archives

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