Map reads: "A General Map of North America" by John Rocque, of which this forms part, was probably drawn during the period of 1754-1761. Published as a supplement to the October 1966 issue of the Canadian Geographical Journal, this is the second of a series in recognition of Canada's Centennial of Confederation." Area west of Hudson's Bay labelled "These Parts are Intirely (sic) Unknown".
One of 58 maps from Walter or Otway Wilkie salvaged by the donor from the red Wilkie residence at the corner of Brown and Sellers Road [?] shortly after the death of Mr. Wilkie (in the 1950s?). Donor believes that Mr. Wilkie worked for the CNR (or CPR?) and possibly the Great Northern Railroad. The maps were never used by the donor. Only 6 of 58 maps kept kept by LCM, the remaining maps were transferred.