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Map of Japan from the best authorities [sheet 1]
- Kajiwara, Chōhachirō.
- Philadelphia : Geo. S. Harris & Sons, 1892.
- Prime meridian: Tokyo. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Shows railroads and coal fields. Includes legend, statistics on number of adherents of each religion, number of churches, temples, archbishops, bishops, teachers, and students in each religious organization in Japan. "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1892, by Geo. S. Harris & Sons, Philada. in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington, D.C." Insets: Map of a part of eastern Asia to show the commercial position of the productive coal fields of Hokkaido, Japan -- The Kurils Islands, Chishima.
- Coalfields—Japan—Hokkaido—Maps, Railroads—Japan—Maps, Missions—Japan, Shintoists—Japan—Statistics—Maps, Christians—Japan—Statistics—Maps, Buddhists—Japan—Statistics—Maps, Japan—Maps, Kuril Islands (Russia)—Maps, Hokkaido (Japan)—Maps, and Maps—Japan—1892
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