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1. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (01 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

2. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (02 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

3. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (03 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

4. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (04 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

5. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (05 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

6. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (06 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

7. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (07 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

8. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (08 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

9. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (09 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.

10. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (10 of 43) Polygon Public content

Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... University of Toronto Dataverse.