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Quetta guide map : surveyed 1931-32
- Survey of India
- Calcutta : Surveyor General of India, 1934.
- Relief shown by 20 feet contour intervals and spot hights. "Reg. no. 3492 D'34 (F.C.E. Cov. 1:6666) 200 --200'36-46." Map shows canton boundaries, names of main tribes and their subdivisions, open and closed villages, prominent surveyed trees, camel and cart tracks. Includes a reference list to location of: accommodations & hotels, barracks & lines, burial grounds, churches, clubs & institutes, hills, hospitals, markets, officers messes, offices, police, post and telegraphs, railways, ranges, reserviors, residences, rivers, streams, & lakes, roads, schools, and villages. Ancillary map: "Skeleton map of Baluchistān. Scale about 50 miles to 1 inch". Includes a table of trigonometrical data. "Copyright reserved".
- Quetta (Pakistan)—Maps and Topographic maps
- Call number:
- G7644.Q8C2 1932 .S8I5
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