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Nyasaland: rainfall map, summer and autumn climate, November 1st to April 30th, compiled by A. J. W. Hornby
- Hornby, A. J. W.
- London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1938.
- Map shows summer and autumn rainfall in inches using tints, international, provicinal, and district boundaries, two classes of roads, railways, telegraph lines, lake steamer routes, and forest and game reserves. Includes ancillary map: "Inset shewing connection between the Nyasaland Protectorate and the Indian Ocean" [scale approximately 1:5,789,000 at 17°S]. Original map is filed in the Map and Geospatial Information Center. A map reproduction is attached to companion volume. "Crown copyright reserved".
- Rain and rainfall—Malawi, Rain and rainfall—Maps, Great Britain—Colonies, Malawi—Maps, and Meteorological charts
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- G8611.C883 1938a .C6
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