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Map of the north west portion of the Victoria Nyanza constructed from Col. Grant's original map and bearings adapted to the astronomical observations of Captn. Speke by W. J. Turner
- Grant, James Augustus, 1827-1892
- London : John Murray, 1876.
Relief shown by hachures. Route of Col. Grant from Rumanika's to M'tessa's, when alone in 1862, is shown. Marshes and bogs along lakeshore, including their approximate depth and direction of flow, are shown. From: The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Vol. 46 (1876), pp. 10-34; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v. 46 1876
- Africa, Eastern
- Victoria, Lake—Discovery and exploration—Maps, Coastal mapping, Victoria, Lake—Maps, Uganda—Maps, Africa, East—Maps, and Physical maps
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- G8402.V5C1 1876 .R6
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