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Toen, Formosa (Taiwan), Shinchiku-shu. A.M.S. L991
- United States. Army Map Service
- Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, U.S. Army, 1944.
- Alternate title: Toen. In upper left margin: Formosa city plans 1:6,000. Polyconic projection. Relief shown by 10 meter countour intervals and 5 meter auxiliary contour intervals. Compiled in 1944 from aerial photography dated April 1943 by photo-planimetric method and by reference to Formosa 1:25,000, A.M.S. Sheet 2321-I NW, 1944; Formosa 1:50,000, Japanese Imperial Survey, Taihoku-West, 1929 and Toen, 1930. Additional information from intelligence data. Place names are transcribed according to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) System. With a glossary. Name has been changed to T'ao-Yiian [Taoyiian]. Relief shown by 10 meter countour intervals and 5 meter auxiliary contour intervals. In upper left margin: Formosa city plans 1:6,000. Military grid. Three classes of roads, two classes of railroads, and areas of vegetation and cultivation are shown. Some buildings are named. "Place names are transcribed according to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) system." Includes "Glossary." Marginal maps and diagrams: Index to boundaries.--Coverage diagram. Name has been changed to T'ao-Yiian [Taoyiian]. East Decimal Degree 121.316667. AMS 1. West Decimal Degree 121.295833. South Decimal Degree 24.987500. North Decimal Degree 25.002778.
- Cities and towns, Topographic maps, Taoyuan City (Taiwan)—Maps, and Taiwan—Maps
- Call number:
- G7914.T36C2 1944 .A7M3
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