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Zoological chart of the world shewing the distribution of some of the principal members of the animal kingdom
- Bartholomew, John, 1805-1861
- [Edinburgh? : A. & C. Black?, 1889?]
At head of map: 5. World maps showing plant, animal and bird distribution. Plate 5 from: General atlas of the world. [Edinburgh : Adam and Charles Black, 1889?]. John Bartholomew designed and engraved the Zoological chart of the world for the 1846 edition of Adam and Charles Black's General atlas of the world, which appeared in several editions up to 1900. cf. Tooley's dicionary of mapmakers.
- Animals—Dispersal—Maps, Birds—Dispersal—Maps, Plants—Dispersal—Maps, and World maps
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