Format Maps
Contributors Rockhill, William Woodville
Dates 1891
Location China
Inner Mongolia
Tibet Autonomous Region
Language English
Subjects China
Discovery and Exploration
Inner Mongolia
Inner Mongolia (China)
Maps
Tibet Autonomous Region
Tibet Autonomous Region (China)
Title
[Route map of Rockhill's explorations in Mongolia and Tibet 1891-1892].
Other Title
Explorations in Mongolia and Tibet
Meng Zang lü xing tu
explorations in mongolia and tibet
meng zang lü xing tu
Contributor Names
Rockhill, William Woodville, 1854-1914.
Created / Published
[1891-1892]
Subject Headings
-  Inner Mongolia (China)--Discovery and exploration--Maps
-  Tibet Autonomous Region (China)--Discovery and exploration--Maps
-  China--Inner Mongolia
-  China--Tibet Autonomous Region
Notes
-  Shows mountains, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, villages, and the Great Wall along Rockhill's travel routes in Mongolia and Tibet.
-  Covers Rockhill's expedition route from Zhangjiakou, passing through Inner Mongolia, Lanzhou, Qinghai to enter Tibet, and reach final destination of Xikangbatang.
-  Relief shown by form lines and spot heights.
-  Pen-and-ink and watercolor.
-  This map was prepared for "Meng Zang lü xing tu" published by Smithsonian Institute.
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
-  Gift; W.W. Rockhill; 1904.
-  Prev. call#: G7891.S12 1892 .T Vault.
Medium
1 ms. map on 6 sheets : col. ; sheet 74 x 57 cm. or smaller.
Call Number
G7823.I5S12 1891 .R6
Repository
Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
Digital Id
g7823i ct003580 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g7823i.ct003580
Library of Congress Catalog Number
2005629017
http://lccn.loc.gov/2005629017


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