Map of the region of Montreal by Samuel de Champlain 1613. Like many maps of that period, the south is at the top. The present old-Montreal would occupy the space between A, the area at the mouth of the Petite Rivière Saint-Pierre, and B, the pond next to the mound, not shown. The letter H of the Mount Royal is difficult to detect, hidden in the print. St Helen’s Island 8, must not be confused with the marsh which has the same number.
Carte du sud-ouest de Montréal: Lachine, LaSalle, Verdun, Pointe Saint-Charles
Remarquez les rapides de Lachine en haut.
Notice the Lachine rapids at the top.
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