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A PLAN of the TOWN of St ANDREWS Situated at the Head of Passamaquoddy Bay-laid out for the Accomodation of Loyal Emigrants & disbanded Corps

A manuscript map of the town of St Andrews in New Brunswick showing the land available to United Empire Loyalists - those American Loyalists who resettled in British North America as an act of loyalty to George III after the British defeat in the American Revolutionary War. Ordered by Governor General of Nova Scotia, John Parr, and surveyed by Charles Morris.

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  • British Library
  • 1785
  • English
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Houses and Property
  • Manuscript
  • Surveys
  • Charles Morris and Charles Morris Jr


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