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Map of Central Asia to accompany the paper by Captn. H. Trotter R.E., on the geographical results of Sir T. D. Forsyth's mission to Kashghar, 1873-74
- Turner, W. J. (William John).
- London : John Murray, 1878.
- Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Includes rivers, lakes, glaciers, mountain passes, roads, and towns. Conjectural features shown by dotted lines. Boundaries of British territory, Russian territory, Chinese territory, and Afghanistan are colored. Major mountain ranges, plains, deserts, and regions are labeled. Routes taken by the scientific members of the expedition shown in red. From: Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Vol. 42 (1872), pp. 173-234; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v.48 1878
- Asia, Central
- Asia, Central—Description and travel, Asia, Central—Geography, Asia, Central—Boundaries, Roads—Asia, Central—Maps, Kashi (China)—Description and travel, Asia, Central—Maps, and Physical maps
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- G7406.C1 1873 .R6
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