California Tote Road

  1. Location and Background
  2. History
  3. Migrations and Towns

  1. Migration and Towns
The California Road allowed supplies and workers to go into the timber camps of northwest Maine and southeast Québec. There are no villages in this area, but the local river connections allowed for passage to the St. Lawrence River settlements, the Madawaska territory, and Bangor.

Map of the territory in dispute between Great Britain and the United States, and of parts of the adjacent Country; explanatory of a Typographical Examination of the same,
by Lt. Col. Mudge, R.E. and G.W. Featherstonhaugh Esq., Frederiction, dec. 1839.

Others roads :
The King's Highway - Lake Megantic Route - Coos Road - Canada Road - Aroostook Roads - Airline Road
Grand Trunk Railway - California Tote Road - Canadian Pacific Railway