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Route map of Captn. W. J. Gill's journey in Western China & Eastern Tibet, 1877 reduced from his original drawings and collated with other material by W. J. Turner
- Turner, W. J. (William John).
- [London] : [John Murray], .
- Relief shown by contours, hachures, and spot heights. Includes elevation profiles [vertical scale 1:177,408]: I. Horizontal section along Captn. Gill's route from Ta-Chien-Lu to Bat'ang -- II. Horizontal section along Captn. Gill's route from Ta-Li-Fu to Bhamo. Boundaries of Sichuan, Yunnan, Tibet, and Burma are shown. Gill's route shown in red. Includes note: "The portion of the route from Ta-Li-Fu to Momein, is a reduction from Mr. Baber's maps accompanying his report, and thence to Bhamo from the map illustrating Dr. Anderson's book 'Mandalay to Momein,' corrected in longitude agreeably to the result of Mr. Elias' observations at Bhamo. The courses of the rivers W. of the Chin-Sha Chiang, have been inserted from the map of the Abbé Desgodins, in the Bulletin of the French Geographical Society 1875; the remainder, chiefly from Keith Johnston's 'Royal Atlas' China. (W. J. T.)" From: Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Vol. 48 (1878), pp. 57-172; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v.48 1878.
- Sichuan Sheng (China), Tibet (China), Yunnan Sheng (China), and Burma
- China—Description and travel—Maps, Tibet—Description and travel—Maps, Sichuan Sheng (China)—Maps, Yunnan Sheng (China)—Maps, Tibet—Maps, Burma—Maps, and Topographic maps
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- G7823.S55C2 1877 .R6
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