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- [Edinburgh? : Adam and Charles Black?, between 1887 and 1895]
- Relief shown by hachures and spot heights; European possessions in Africa indicated by colors. On verso: 36. Africa. Map shows territory of Imperial British East Africa Company, established in 1887, later organized as British East Africa Protectorate in 1895; with adjoining "German sphere of influence." Probably issued in: Black's general atlas of the world. Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black, [18--?] Historic Maps copy imperfect; lower right-hand portion of map wanting, with possible loss of imprint.
- Africa—Maps and Maps—Africa—188-.
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