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Map of Korea / prepared by Angus Hamilton F.R.G.S. 1904
Bib ID 8044682
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline [cartographic image, sheet]
Author
Hamilton, A. (Angus), 1874-1913
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale approximately 1:1,478,400 (E 124°00ʹ--E 131°00ʹ/N 43°00ʹ--N 34°00ʹ). 
Description London : Published by Edward Stanford, 12, 13, & 14 Acre, W.C., 1904 
1 map : color, dissected and mounted on linen ; 70 x 48 cm, on sheet 75 x 55 cm, folded in cover 19 x 13 cm 
Partial contents Inset: Map of Eastern Asia to illustrate the Russo-Japanese dispute. Scale approximately 1:38,016,000. 
Notes

Map of Korea peninsula and part of Manchuria and Japan showing railway lines in use and in planning. Relief shown by hachures.

"Stanford's Geogl. Estabt. London"--Bottom right margin.

"Feb. 1, 1904.".

Dissected into 20 parts. Folded into blue original cloth cover.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1446465152

Subjects Korea -- Maps.  |  Korea.
Form/genre Topographic maps.  |  Maps.
Other authors/contributors Edward Stanford Ltd

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