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European territorial claims on the coasts of the Red Sea, 1885
- London : Edward Stanford, 1885.
- Includes inset maps: Gulf of Tajura [scale ca. 1:1,169,000], Obock [scale ca. 1:41,740]. Also includes ancillary maps: Assab Bay [scale ca. 1:1,087,000], Sheikh Syed and Perim Island [scale ca. 1:73,040]. Depth shown by soundings. Sand bars, intertidal zones, and actual and proposed land and marine structures are shown. Approximate boundaries of African territories are shown. Relief shown by hachures. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 7 (1885), no. 2, pp. 93-119; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Red Sea
- Red Sea Region—Description and travel, Red Sea—Description and travel, Africa, Northeast—Colonization, Red Sea Region—Strategic aspects, Red Sea—Strategic aspects, Red Sea Region—Foreign relations—Great Britain, Red Sea Region—Maps, Red Sea—Maps, Mandab, Strait of—Maps, Perim Island (Yemen)—Maps, Obock (Djibouti)—Maps, Tadjoura, Gulf of (Djibouti)—Maps, Aseb, Bay of (Eritrea)—Maps, Physical maps, and Nautical charts
- Call number:
- G5687.R3C31 1885 .R6
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