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Routes in South Western Persia, Surveyed in the Years 1881 & 1882 by Captn. H. L. Wells R.E. [Panel 1]
- Wells, H. L. (Henry Lake), 1850-1898 and Wells, H. L., fl. 1881-2.
- London : Edward Stanford, 1883.
- Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Sheet 1 (verso) includes inset: Sketch of obstruction to navigation of Karun River at Ahwaz [scale ca. 1:9,040]. Rocks, areas of silt, and rapids in river, and suggested line of canal or tram around obstructions, are shown. Sheet 2 (recto) includes inset: Plan of rock cutting discovered at Kadam Gah in the Merv Dasht, May 1881 [scale 1:240]. Includes floor plan of ruin, elevation of north end, and elevation along line marked in floor plan. Telegraph line between Shiraz and Kûmesheh is shown. "Surveyed routes other than those followed by Captn. Wells are shewn in skeleton." From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 5 (1885), no. 3, pp. 121-63; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Iran—Description and travel, Trade routes—Iran, Surveying—Iran, Iran—Maps, and Physical maps
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- G7621.P1 1881 .R6 [sh. 1, 2]
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