By chance, ITMB is also releasing the latest edition of one of the Maritime Provinces, New Brunswick. This is the home of the Breton (from Brittany, in France. Quebecois originated in Normandy, so are Normans) people, who called it Acadia, and were unjustly deported to French-controlled Louisiana Territory by the British, becoming known as Cajuns. Many eventually returned to Acadia, re-named New Brunswick during the American revolutionary war, and live in reasonable harmony with the tens of thousands of settlers moved by the British from the war zone that was then raging during the American Revolution. Nowadays, the province buts against Maine and Quebec. Access is easy, and this map shows all the roads, and hopefully all of the many touristic attractions. This is a double-sided map, divided into north half/south half and includes a Top Attractions list. By its shape a small portion of Prince Edward Island is included, including the marvellous bridge that joins that province to the rest of Canada, and it also includes a somewhat larger portion of Nova Scotia. There are no urban inset maps included, because none of the cities is overly large or difficult to navigate, but the map includes several islands of touristic interest – Campobello, joined to Maine by a bridge, Grand Manon to its south, and Miscou, where the Russian plane landed in 1939 after running out of fuel in the first attempt to fly non-stop from Moscow to NYC. This is a very interesting province and very popular during the summer months.
Map size: 27*39"
This map is also available in digital format and flat map for $39.95 (per side). Please contact email@example.com if you would want to place an order or for more information.
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