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Area and population of the Chinese empire [cartographic material]
Bib ID 428583
Format MapMap
Author
Edward Stanford Ltd
 
Scale Scale [ca. 1:8,780,000] (E 80°--E 140°/N 60°--N 17°) 
Description London : Harper and Brothers, [1900?] 
1 map : col. ; 54 x 45 cm. 
Notes

Map of the Chinese empire showing international and province boundaries, transportation, water features, Russian camps, Lord Charles Beresford's route, treaty ports and populated places.

Includes lists of population by provinces, treaty ports, projected railroad mileage between some places and notes on industry and resources.

Inset: Great Britain on same scale.

Subjects Beresford, Charles William De la Poer Beresford, - Baron, - 1846-1919.  |  China - Maps.
Time Coverage 1898-1904 

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