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Cameroons under British mandate, 1937
- Great Britain. Colonial Office
- [Teddington, England] : [Directorate of Colonial Surveys], 1924.
- The territory of the Cameroons under the United KIngdom trusteeship consisted of two mountainous strips on the eastern frontier of Nigeria, extending from Lake Chad to the Atlantic Ocean. It is divided by a strech of approximately 45 miles into north and south by the Benue River. Map shows international, provincial, Nigeria-Cameroons, divisional, and district boundaries, territories administered as part of Bornu, Adamawa, and Benue are color coded, three classes of roads, telegraph lines, wireless stations, native courts, native administration schools, European missions stations (Basel, Roman Catholic, and Baptist), Roman Catholic catechumenates; Basel Mission schools; and lighthouses. "2426,2219A.4122,895/9/38." Original maps are filed in the Map/Geospatial Center, map reproductions are attached to companion volumes.
- Cameroon and Nigeria
- Administrative and political divisions—Maps, Cameroon—Administrative and political divisions, Nigeria—Administrative and political divisions, Great Britain—Colonies, Cameroon—Maps, Nigeria—Maps, and Thematic maps
- Call number:
- G8731.F7 1937 .C6
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