Tremaine's map of Oxford County, Canada West was published in 1857 by George C. Tremaine of Kingston, Ontario. Hand drawn by surveyor, William G. Wonham ; engraved by D & J McLellan ; with views hand coloured ambrotype by George R. Tremaine.
The map Includes 34 views of commercial, residential, and public buildings; legend keys four types of mill, plank and gravel roads, railways and post offices; names of owners and/or tenants shown in lots; subscribers directory; list of officers and clerks of the division courts. Towns and villages at larger scales.
The map includes settler names, buildings, agricultural, cultural, natural features and information and is divided into four quadrants.