Tickets available on Historic Newfoundland Map Reproductions

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As part of our Margaret Williams Trust Silent Auction Fundraiser on November 29, we are selling tickets on two framed prints from the Centre for Newfoundland Studies. Tickets are $2 each OR 3 for $5. Two winners will be chosen, so you have two chances to win one of these beautiful prints!

"A sketch of The River Exploits and The east end of Lieutenant's Lake in Newfoundland" by Royal Navy lieutenant John Cartwright (Reproduction of 1775 hand-drawn original). Shows the area from the Bay of Exploits to Red Indian Lake where Gov. Palliser sent Cartwright to bring about friendly relations with the Beothuk. Size: approx. 30”X26”

“A sketch of The River Exploits and The east end of Lieutenant’s Lake in Newfoundland” by Royal Navy lieutenant John Cartwright (Reproduction of 1775 hand-drawn original). Shows the area from the Bay of Exploits to Red Indian Lake where Gov. Palliser sent Cartwright to bring about friendly relations with the Beothuk. Size: approx. 30”X26”

“Partie orientale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada” by Jacques Nicolas Bellin (reproduction of 1755 hand-engraved chart published in Paris). Chart shows areas of military and industrial importance to the French - the coastlines of Newfoundland, the ‘Eskimaux’ coast and New France, the course of the St Lawrence River to Lake Ontario, and the fishing grounds to the south of Newfoundland. Size: approx. 30”X26”

“Partie orientale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada” by Jacques Nicolas Bellin (reproduction of 1755 hand-engraved chart published in Paris). Chart shows areas of military and industrial importance to the French – the coastlines of Newfoundland, the ‘Eskimaux’ coast and New France, the course of the St Lawrence River to Lake Ontario, and the fishing grounds to the south of Newfoundland. Size: approx. 30”X26”

To purchase tickets please contact Amanda Power.

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