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Sketch map showing the probable course of the Sanpo of Tibet to the Irawadi of Burma according to native authorities, to accompany Mr. Robt. Gordon's paper
- Sharbau, H. (Henry)
- London : Edward Stanford, 1885.
- Conjectural [false] course of Tsangpo River [upper Brahmaputra] flowing into Irrawaddy River is shown by dotted lines. Tributary basins of the Brahmaputra and their area in square miles are given in red. "The part [of the Zayul Chu or Lohit River] from Jior to Sama, shown in Red, is taken from Mr. Hennessey's Map accompanying A-- K--'s narrative." Hennessey's hydrography shown superimposed over Gordon's. Includes Assamese, Burmese, and Chinese names for some rivers. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Trigonometrically fixed peaks of unknown height are shown. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 7 (1885), no. 5, pp. 292-331; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Tibet (China) and Burma
- Brahmaputra River—Discovery and exploration—Maps, Brahmaputra River Watershed, Hydrography, Brahmaputra River—Maps, Irrawaddy River (Burma)—Maps, Tibet—Maps, Burma—Maps, and Physical maps
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- G7402.B7C31 1885 .R6
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