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Map of Eastern Turkistan

Mirza Firuz Shah
Babur II 1881-1920
Stacked Wooden Logs


Covers Xinjiang (also known as Chinese Turkestan or Uyghuristan) and portions of Russian Turkestan, Pakistan and India.
Relief shown by spot heights.
Includes a note : "The Longitudes are referrible to the Greenwich Meridian, taking that of Madras Observatory as 80°-17'-21'' East. They require a correction of --2'-27'' to make them with the most recent value of the Geodetic Longitude of that Observatory, uiz, 80°-14'-54''."
"Litho., S.I.O., Calcutta."

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