- Survey of India (creator)
- Date Issued: Feb. 1908
specially prepared for the Foreign Department, from India ; published under direction of Colonel F. B. Longe, R. E., Surveyor General of India.
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."
Electronic reproduction. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard College Library Digital Imaging Group, 2009. (Open Collections Program at Harvard University. Islamic Heritage Project). Copy digitized: Map Coll (Pusey) : MAP-LC G7405 1908 .S8.
Electronic reproduction. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Geospatial Library, 2014. Georeferenced image for use in a GIS.
- Item contributor:
- Harvard University's Libraries and Museums
- Survey of India
- Data contributor:
- Harvard University Library
- 1 map : col. ; 34 x 48 cm.
- Geographic region:
- Place of Production: ii, India, [Calcutta]
Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (China)
Northern Areas (Pakistan)
North-West Frontier Province (Pakistan)
Jammu and Kashmir (India)
- Is part of:
- Open Collections Program at Harvard University Islamic Heritage Project