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Map Overlay & General Geography Puzzle

Instructions

Answer the questions on this page to get your "Map Overlay" passkey.
Scroll down to the Historical Map overlay to find the answers.
With 8 correct answers you'll receive your "Map Overlay" Passkey.

Collect passkeys for each of the four pages in the Geography section. Once you've collected all passkeys proceed to the GEOGRAPHY PUZZLE page to complete phase 2 of the puzzle.

Questions:

General Geography of Grand Lake MeadowsMap Overlay
Q1. The old name for Loder creek was?



Q2. Fulton Island is between:

Q3. What lake is not found in Grand Lake Meadows:

Q4. Which Highway does not enter Grand Lake Meadows:

Q5. In the 1785: Property boundaries (between Grand Lake & St. John River), thoroughfare between Grand Lake & Jemseg River chart, how many acres of land are granted?



Q6. In 1786 who has been granted the land which borders Loder Creek?

Q7. In the 1933 hydrographic chart, wetland/swamp areas are identified

Q8. In the 2006 NB Federation of Naturalists chart, "RED" represents:


0 / 8 correct

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    1700s

    1765: Property boundaries Sunbury county



    1785: Property boundaries, thoroughfare between French Lake & Maquapit Lake



    1785: Property boundaries (between Grand Lake & St. John River), thoroughfare between Grand Lake & Jemseg River



    1786: Maquapit Lake, thoroughfares



    1785: Thoroughfare, 'sunken land', and Maquapit Lake



    1785: Maugers Island, Simmonds Creek



    1785: French Lake, French Island, Maquapit Lake



    1785: Maquapit Lake



    1786: Maquapit Lake, thoroughfares



    1786: Property boundaries east and west of Maquapit Lake



    1788: Property boundaries, peninsula between Maquapit Lake and Grand Lake



    1788: 'sunken land', Thoroughfare between Maquapit Lake and Grand Lake



    1788: River Saint John & Waters from the Bay of Fundy up to St. Ann's or Frederick's Town


    1800s

    1809: Property boundaries, south-eastern survey area



    1813: Part of Saint John River & Washademoak Lake



    1818: Proposed Road Jemseg area



    1819: Gilbert & Ox Island



    1819: Thatch Island



    1820: Bathymetry and Topographic contours



    1820: Bathymetry and Topographic contours



    1840: River St. John



    1846: Overview of St. John River to north of Maquapit Lake along county boundary (Queen and Sunbury)



    1848: Gagetown


    1900s

    1901: Department of the Interior, Origin of the peoples



    1932: French Lake to Maquapit Lake, Land Ownership



    1933: Hydrographic chart of St. John River, Evandale to Swan Creek



    1934:Hydrographic Chart, Gagetown Creek



    1934: Hydrographic Chart, Jemseg River



    1934: Aerial Photograph from Department of Natural Resources, PID: 60080462



    1939: Granted and Surveyed Lots in parts of Parishes of Cambridge, Johnson, Waterborough, Canning & Brunswick, Queens County



    1939: overview of the survey area, poor resolution



    1939: Hydrographic Chart, Jemseg River



    1945: Aerial Photograph from Department of Natural Resources, PID: 60080462



    1951: Aerial Photograph from Department of Natural Resources, PID: 60080462



    1958: Aeromagnetic Series - Magnetic Survey, May 1958 by Geophysics Division, Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys



    1989 - Plan of Survey, Her Majesty the Queen



    1989 - Plan of Survey, Her Majesty the Queen



    1989 - Plan of Survey, Her Majesty the Queen



    1989 - Plan of Survey, Her Majesty the Queen



    1990 - Plan of Survey, Ducks Unlimited



    1990 ? - Cadastral Plan, Block 127



    1990 ? - Cadastral Plan, Block 128



    1990 ? - Cadastral Plan, Block 138



    1990 ? - Cadastral Plan, Block 139


    2000

    2006 - NB Federation of Naturalists, Aquatic Distributions



    2008 - New Brunswick Natural Resources Protected Natural Areas



    2010 - New Brunswick Natural Resources Protected Natural Areas



    2013 - New Brunswick Natural Resources Protected Natural Areas




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