Beautiful hand-drawn map of Avonlea from The Anne of Green Gables and L.M. Montgomery Lexicon.
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I based my original, hand-drawn map of Avonlea on both the actual location of various places in Cavendish, and reconstructions found in The Anne of Green Gables Treasury, and a fan site, Notes on the Geography and Chronology of Green Gables.
L. M. Montgomery writes that Avonlea is “to a certain extent Cavendish,” (Selected Journals, v.1, Aug. 16, 1907) yet there are pieces of other places transplanted into the landscape, like The Lake of Shining Waters at Park Corner or the Birch Path from Outing Magazine.”

Beautiful hand-drawn map of Avonlea from The Anne of Green Gables and L.M. Montgomery Lexicon.

I based my original, hand-drawn map of Avonlea on both the actual location of various places in Cavendish, and reconstructions found in The Anne of Green Gables Treasury, and a fan site, Notes on the Geography and Chronology of Green Gables.

L. M. Montgomery writes that Avonlea is “to a certain extent Cavendish,” (Selected Journals, v.1, Aug. 16, 1907) yet there are pieces of other places transplanted into the landscape, like The Lake of Shining Waters at Park Corner or the Birch Path from Outing Magazine.”