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    The shores of Lake Aral.
    • Contributor: Wood, Herbert
    • Date: 1876

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    An account of the Arab tribes in the vicinity of Aden. An Account of the Arab Tribes in the Vicinity of Aden is an ethnography prepared for use by the British administrators and army in the Aden Protectorate. It was first published in 1886. This edition of 1909 was "corrected and added to by various officers of the Aden Residency" until September 1907. The Aden Residency and the Aden Protectorate were not the same entities....
    • Date: 1909

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    Du Caucase aux Monts Alaï; Transcaspie, Boukharie, Ferganah.
    • Contributor: Leclercq, Jules Joseph
    • Date: 1890

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    Note on the tribes of the Aden Protectorate. Note on the Tribes of the Aden Protectorate is an annotated list of the Arab tribes and sub-tribes of the Aden Protectorate. The short monograph was prepared by a Captain Knapp of the Royal Artillery. It is undated, but based on internal evidence it can be surmised that it was compiled sometime before administrative functions were transferred from the government of India to the...
    • Contributor: Knapp
    • Date: 1900

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    Journal of a march from Delhi to Peshâwur and from thence to Câbul, Journal of a March from Delhi to Peshâwur and from Thence to Câbul is a firsthand account by a British officer, Lieutenant William Barr, of an operation led by Lieutenant Colonel Claude Martine Wade during the first year of the First Anglo-Afghan War (1839-42). The war began when the main Anglo-Indian force, the Army of the Indus, advanced toward Kabul through the Bolan Pass...
    • Contributor: Barr, William
    • Date: 1844

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    Monograph on the Aden Hinterland as touching the states of Dthala, Yafa, Alawi, etc. Monograph on the Aden Hinterland is an intelligence report prepared in 1908 by a British army major, Harold Jacob (1866-1936), who was posted to the mountainous areas north of the port town of Aden. It is a richly detailed account of tribal life and practical politics. Jacob led the commission to demarcate the border between the Aden Protectorate and Ottoman Yemen. The detachment operated...
    • Contributor: Jacob, H. F. - Jacob, Harold F. (Harold Fenton)
    • Date: 1908

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    The postage stamps of the Hejaz,
    • Contributor: Haworth, W.
    • Date: 1922

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    The postal issues of Hejaz, Jeddah and Nejd. The Postal Issues of Hejaz, Jeddah and Nejd is a descriptive catalog of the postage stamps issued by the Arabian jurisdictions noted in the title. The work is generously provided with analytic photographs and engravings of calligraphic and ornamental detail, including overprints, misprints, variations in ornamental borders and calligraphy, paper, and perforation, and notes on forgeries. According to the author, the stamps were designed...
    • Contributor: Warin, D. F.
    • Date: 1927

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    The postage stamps of the Hejaz, Jeddah and Nejd; a complete and illustrated price-list of the 1924 provisionals, including all subsequent issues up to June 1926. The Postage Stamps of the Hejaz, Jeddah and Nejd. A Complete and Illustrated Price-List of the 1924 Provisionals, Including all Subsequent Issues up to June 1926 is a sale catalog of postage and revenue stamps issued by several jurisdictions in Arabia. It is a companion volume to the same author's The Postal Issues of Hejaz, Jeddah and Nejd, which is also presented in World...
    • Contributor: Warin, D. F.
    • Date: 1900

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    Ėnt︠s︡iklopedicheskīĭ slovarʹ
    Энциклопедическій словарь /
    The Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary was published in Saint Petersburg, Russia, in 1890-1907 by Brockhaus-Efron, a joint venture of the Saint Petersburg printer I.A. Efron and the F.A. Brockhaus publishing company of Leipzig, Germany. In 86 volumes, the work contains 121,240 articles, 7,800 images, and 235 maps. The encyclopedia was patterned on the famous Brockhaus Enzyklopädie that was published by Brockhaus in Germany...
    • Contributor: Andreevskīĭ, I. E. - Ėfron, I. A. - Shevi︠a︡kov, V. T. (Vladimir Timofeevich) - Brockhaus, F. A. (Friedrich Arnold) - Petrushevskīĭ, Ḟ. Ḟ. (Ḟedor Ḟomich) - Yudin Collection (Library of Congress) - Bachinskīĭ, Vasilīĭ Filaretovich - Arsenʹev, K. K. (Konstantin Konstantinovich)
    • Date: 1890
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    La région du Tchad et du Oudaï; études ethnographiques, dialecte Toubou. Henri Carbou was a French colonial official and ethnographer who undertook pioneering studies of the peoples of Chad and Sudan and their languages. The groups discussed in this two-volume work include the Kanembou, the Toubou, the Ouaddai, the Arabs, and many others. Carbou's sources included his own observations, works by Arab writers, and earlier works by Europeans, including the two great German explorers of...
    • Contributor: Carbou, Henri
    • Date: 1912
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    Ōratsʻoytsʻ. Annual Description based on: 1861; title from cover. Latest issue consulted: 1868.
    • Date: 18??

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    [Almanac for Hindu year 1871-1872]. Title devised by cataloger. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. In Sanskrit. digital files not viewed; td12 2013-7-16
    • Contributor: South Asian Rare Book Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1871

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    Ōratsʻoytsʻ ew gushakutʻiwn ōdotsʻ.
    Ōratsʻoytsʻ
    Annual Description based on: 1848. Latest issue consulted: 1869.
    • Date: 18??

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    Ōratsʻoytsʻ Annual Description based on: 6. tari (1884). Latest issue consulted: 7. tari (1885).
    • Date: 18??

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    Ōratsʻoytsʻ. Annual Description based on: 14. tari (1873).
    • Date: 18??

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    Haykazean ōratsʻoytsʻ ew lusnatsʻoytsʻ. Annual Description based on: 1866.
    • Date: 18??

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    Afghanistan, 1879-80 Afghanistan, 1879-80 is an album of rare historical photographs depicting people and places associated with the Second Anglo-Afghan War (1878-80). The war began in November 1878 when Great Britain, fearful of what it saw as growing Russian influence in Afghanistan, invaded the country from British India. The first phase of the war ended in May 1879 with the Treaty of Gandamak, which permitted the...
    • Contributor: Baker, William - Burke, John
    • Date: 1879

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    Message a la nation du president Hassan Gouled Aptidon a l'occasion du 8 mai 1977 : Paix-Unité-Fraternité This booklet, published in Paris in March 1977, contains text excerpted from a declaration, signed by Hassan Gouled Aptidon (1916-2006), president of Djibouti's leading political movement, the Ligue populaire africaine pour l'Indépendance (Popular African League for Independence). The declaration was aimed at the people of Djibouti on the eve of the historic referendum for independence from France, which took place in May 1977. Hassan...
    • Contributor: Gouled Aptidon, Hassan - Djibouti. President ( : Gouled Aptidon)
    • Date: 1977

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    Position de l'U.P.C. vis-à-vis de l'Indépendance du Kamerun. This eight-page manifesto, issued by an outlawed Cameroonian political party, the Union des Populations du Cameroun (Union of the Peoples of Cameroon [UPC]), outlines the party's position vis-à-vis the independence of Cameroon. The manifesto was written in December 1959 and was signed by the party's president, Félix-Roland Moumié. Cameroon is the only African country that, in the course of its history, was ruled by...
    • Contributor: Union Des Populations Du Cameroun
    • Date: 1960

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    Ghana's policy at home and abroad : text of speech given in the Ghana Parliament, August 29, 1957 On March 6, 1957, Ghana became the first country in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve independence from a European colonial power. The new state was made up of the former British colony of the Gold Coast and the Trusteeship Territory of Togoland. The country's first prime minister (and later president) was Kwame Nkrumah (1909-72), a U.S.-educated political activist who led the fight for independence from...
    • Contributor: Ghana. President ( : Nkrumah) - Nkrumah, Kwame
    • Date: 1957

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