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Part of Kam in Eastern Tibet
- Teichman, Eric, 1884-1944
- London : Edward Stanford, 1922.
- Relief shown by spot heights. Mr. Teichman's routes, passes, and boundaries of states and provinces are shown. Includes information on terrain and ground cover. "Names are all given in Tibetan, with Chinese names, where the latter are in common use, added in brackets." Includes East Tibetan Glossary of geographical terms. Includes inset showing area of map within Asia. From: Geographical Journal. Vol. 59, no. 1 (January 1922), pp. 1-19; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6874
- Tibet (China)
- Tibet—Description and travel—Maps, Physical geography—Tibet, Tibet—Maps, and Physical maps
- Call number:
- G7823.T5C1 1922 .R6
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