Coleman conducted the first topographical survey of Singapore in 1829, which was drawn and printed in 1836.
Map shows physical landscape, land use, roads, rivers, jungle, mangrove swamps, cleared land for sugar and cotton plantations, gambir plantations, pepper plantations, Chinese vegetable farms, sireh gardens, rice fields, brick kilns, fishing village, tombs of Malayan princes, buildings, churches, Bugis Village, Singapore River, Mount Sophia, Bukit Selegie, Pearls Hill, Government Hill, Sepoy Line, Tanjong Pagar Road, South Bridge Road, North Bridge Road, Bras Basah Road, Marlbro Street, Jalan Rochor, and others
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Similar map as SP002997 and SP006424, but in different condition
Drawn by J.B. Tassin. From an actual survey by G. D. Coleman
J.B.Tassin's lith Press - Calcutta 1836
Viewing permitted. Use and reproduction only with permission.
Credit line: Singapore Land Authority collection, courtesy of National Archives of Singapore