Maps Da Qing yi tong er shi san sheng yu di quan tu.
Shenjiang Mo Shu Guan
Administrative and Political Divisions
- Da Qing yi tong er shi san sheng yu di quan tu.
- Other Title
- Da Qing yi tong nian san sheng yu di quan tu
- Complete map of the twenty-three provinces of the great Qing Dynasty
- da qing yi tong nian san sheng yu di quan tu
- Contributor Names
- Shenjiang mo shu guan.
- Created / Published
- China : Shenjiang mo shu guan, 1890.
- Subject Headings
- - China--Administrative and political divisions--Maps
- - Korea--Maps
- - Japan--Maps
- - China
- - Korea
- - Japan
- - Not drawn to scale.
- - Shows 23 provinces of China, including Taiwan. Also shows Korea, and Japan.
- - Pictorial map.
- - Wood block print.
- - Relief shown pictorially.
- - Oriented with north toward the upper right.
- - Title in alternate reading: Da Qing yi tong er shi san sheng yu di quan tu.
- - List of administrative subdivisions of each province on verso.
- - Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
- - AACR2
- - Previous call no.: G7821.S37 1890 .S5
- 1 map : hand col. ; on fan (end sticks 32 cm., top arc 60 cm.).
- Call Number
- G7821.F7 1890 .S5
- Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Washington, D.C. 20540-4650 USA dcu
- Digital Id
- g7821f ct001902 http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.gmd/g7821f.ct001902
- Library of Congress Catalog Number
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