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Oceania [cartographic material] / by T.Ruddiman Johnston, F.R.G.S
Bib ID 2651033
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Johnston, T. Ruddiman
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale [ ca. 1:45 000 000] 
Description Murrayfield, Edinburgh: T. Ruddiman Johnston, [1874?] 
1 map : col. ; 25.7 x 33.1 cm. 
Notes

"27".

"British possessions colored red."

Map of Oceania showing the track of the "Challenger" expedition of 1874 and that of the "Tuscarora". Submarine telegraph lines also shown.

Prime meridian: Greenwich.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-t788

Cited In

Tooley, 788

Subjects Challenger (Ship)  |  Tuscarora (Ship)  |  Oceania - Maps.
Time Coverage 1874 

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