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Map illustrating the paper of Major J. E. Sandeman, Bengal Staff Corps, showing the journey of Pundit Alaga, the sources of the Irawadi River, and its supposed connection with the Sanpo River compiled from the latest information
- Sharbau, H. (Henry).
- London : Edward Stanford, 1882.
Route of expedition, and conjectural course of upper Irrawaddy River, shown in red. Trigonometrical points are marked. "The position of Bamo (Long. 96°54'E.) and the detail south of Lat. 27° depend on the observation of Captain Bowers." Includes inset: Sketch map showing the river system of Tibet, Assam & Burma [scale ca. 1:9,239,000]. Area of primary map is shown in relation to Tibet, Himalayan Mountains, and Bay of Bengal. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 4 (1882), no. 5, pp. 257-73; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Burma and India
- Irrawaddy River (Burma)—Description and travel, Hydrography, Irrawaddy River (Burma)—Maps, Burma—Maps, and India, Northeastern—Maps
- Call number:
- G7722.I7C3 1879 .R6
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