These three historic engravings summarize the town planning career of Samuel de Champlain who made the drawings for his Les Voyages, published in Paris in 1613. They show his plans for a town on Ste. Croix Island off the Maine coast in 1604, his fort at Quebec constructed in 1608, and the settlement at Port Royal, Nova Scotia, established in 1605. We have printed the three plates on a single sheet together with the legends identifying existing or proposed features.
Size: 7 x 20 1/2 inches – Black & White, Cover-stock paper