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  • Here, according to Agatharchides (Geog.

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  • xxxv.; Geog.

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  • See the works of Denham, Clapperton, Barth and Nachtigal cited in the biographical notices; Geog.

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  • Rundschau fur Geog.

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  • Soc. Geog.

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  • der geog.

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  • Geog.

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  • Gregory, " The Plan of the Earth and its Causes," Geog.

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  • 6 " Geomorphologie als genetische Wissenschaft," in Report of Sixth International Geog.

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  • Davis, " The Geographical Cycle," Geog.

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  • Penck, " Potamology as a Branch of Physical Geography," Geog.

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  • (See Geog.

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  • Mackinder, "Journey to the Summit of Mount Kenya," Geog.

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  • Wallace, Geog.

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  • geog.

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  • Thus a scale of i,000,000 signifies that each unit of length on the map 2 Close, " The Ideal Topographical Map," Geog.

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  • 3 Kienzl of Leoben in 1891 had invented a similar apparatus which he called a Relief Pantograph (Zeitschrift, Vienna Geog.

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  • Rawson's Report, 1866; Stark's History and Guide to the Bahama Islands (Boston, Mass., 1891); Bahama Islands (Geog.

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  • Groves, Residence in Baghdad (1830-1832); Transactions of Bombay Geog.

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  • Soc. (1852); Tournefort, Voyage; Leake, Northern Greece, iii.; Prokesch von Osten, Denkwardigkeiten, &c.; Bursian, Geog.

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  • of the Paris Geog.

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  • Probably connected with the Rand i For projected routes, shortening the journey between Europe and Johannesburg, see the Geog.

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  • Trevor, " The Physical Features of the Transvaal," Geog.

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  • Kurs, " Die kiinstlichen Wasserstrassen des deutschen Reichs," in Geog.

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  • See "A Bibliography of the Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua," by Courtney de Kalb, in Bulletin of the American Geog.

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  • There was throughout historic times a close connexion which eventually amounted to political identity between the Khazars and the Barsileens (the Passils of Moses of Chorene) who occupied the delta of the Volga; and the Barsileens can be traced through the pages of Ptolemy (Geog.

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  • ii.); Latham, Russian and Turk, pp. 209-217; Vivieh St Martin, Etudes de geog.

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  • Johnston, "A Journey through the Tunisian Sahara," Geog.

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  • Johnston in the Geog.

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  • Johnston, in the Geog.

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  • de la Tunisie: Geog.

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  • Johnston, was published in the Geog.

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  • BruceMitfords valuable work (see Geog.

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  • Bellet, "Le dessechement du Zuiderzee," Rev. Geog.

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  • Gunther, Geog.

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  • Murray, " The Maltese Islands, with special reference to their Geological Structure," Scottish Geog.

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  • Littledale's " A Journey across Tibet," in Geog.

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  • Bower's Diary of a Journey across Tibet (London, 1894); the Izvestia of the Russian Geog.

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  • Soc. and Geog.

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  • Voeltzkow in the Zeitschrift of the Berlin Geog.

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  • Blundell in Geog.

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  • 2 of Carte de l'Afrique (Service geog.

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  • 2 See Geog.

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  • Sykes, "Journeys in North Mesopotamia" in Geog.

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  • Sykes, Geog.

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  • Bower, Geog.

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  • Taylor, National Review (September 1893) Geog.

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  • Wellby, Geog.

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  • P. Deasy, Geog.

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  • Journal (August 1900); Sven Hedin, Through Asia (London, 1898); Geog.

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  • C. Rijnhart, With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple (London, 1901); Delmar Morgan, Geog.

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  • Waddell, The Buddhism of Tibet, or Lamaism (London, 18 95); " The Falls of the Tsangpo," Geog.

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  • Strachey, Geog.

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  • von Rosthorn, " Notes on Tea Trade between China and Tibet," Geog.

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  • Kozlov, " The Russian Tibet Expedition, 1899-1901," Geog.

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  • Codine in the Bulletin de la Soc. de Geog.

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  • and Geog.

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  • Abulfeda, Geog.

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  • Lloyd in the Geog.

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  • Soc.: General Geog.

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  • See P. Weatherley in Geog.

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  • p. 561 (1899); L.A.Wallace in Geog.

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  • A notice derived from Agatharchides (about 140 B.C.) possibly refers to the activity of these Indian Greeks in the sea-borne trade of the Indian Ocean (Muller, Geog.

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  • (1886), which contains bibliographical references; Rosier, Die Aralseefrage (1873); Wood, The Shores of the Aral Lake (1876); and Berg in Izvestia, Turkestan Branch of Russian Geog.

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  • Regel, "Journey in Karateghin and Darwaz," Investia, Russian Geog.

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  • of his Geog.

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  • Sharpe, " Geography and Economic Development of British Central Africa," Geog.

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  • de la Soc. Khediviale de Geog.

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  • Johnston, " A Journey through the Tunisian Sahara," Geog.

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  • Besides this there are bois de cannelle, olive-tree, benzoin (Croton Benzoe), colophane (Colophonia), and iron-wood, all of which are useful in carpentry; 1 See Geog.

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  • Soc. geog.

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  • Royal Geog.

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  • et de geog.

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  • Stefansson, Geog.

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  • For Vilkitski's tvork see translation from Russian in Geog.

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  • Accounts of the Crocker Land expedition are to be found in the Geog.

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  • Also numerous articles in all leading archaeological periodicals, the Geographical Journal, Deutsche Rundschau, Petermann's Geog.

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  • 5 (1907), Bulletin, Philadelphia Geog.

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  • Conway, Aconcagua and Tierra del Fuego (London, 1902); " ChileArgentine Arbitration " in the Geog.

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  • (Geog.

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  • It is now a Kurdish village, which in 1894 consisted of about loo houses, three of which were Armenian (Geog.

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  • of American Geog.

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  • (For the altitude see Geog.

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  • and Roman Geog.

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  • See Victor Kurs, "Die kiinstlichen Wasserstrassen des deutschen Reichs," in Geog.

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  • Huntington, "The Mountains of Turkestan," in Geog.

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  • Gallwey, "Journeys in the Benin Country," Geog.

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  • Svenonius et Hamberg," La Geographie, Soc. Geog.

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  • - Among numerous works of Dr Thorvald Thoroddsen, see Geschichte der Islands Geographie (Leipzig, 1898); and the following articles in Geografisk Tidskrift (Copenhagen): " Om Islands geografiske og geologiske Undersogelse " (1893); " Islandske Fjorde og Bugter " (1901); " Geog.

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  • The system is known there locally as the Barkul Mountains and the 1 Ellsworth Huntington, in Geog.

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  • Merzbacher have both published good monographs on the central Tian-shan, the former " Morphologie des Tien-schan," in Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft far Erdkunde zu Berlin (1899) and " Forschungsreise in den zentralen Tien-schan," in Mitteilungen der geog.

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  • Brocherel's " In Asia Centrale," in Bollettino della Societd Geog.

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  • oesterreichischen Geog.

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  • Huntington, " The Mountains of Turkestan," in Geog.

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  • von Zach, Allgemeine geog.

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  • See Angola (including Cabinda) (London 1920), a British Foreign Office handbook with bibliography; Hugo Marquardsen, Angola (Berlin 1920), a careful study of the geography and people, by the geographer of the Reichskolonialamt; the Anuario Colonial (Lisbon) and the Boletim of the Lisbon Geog.

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  • Brown of the " Scotia " expedition, " Diego Alvarez or Gough Island," in Scottish Geog.

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  • Behrens, Geog.

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  • i.; Bellew's " Record of Seistan Mission," Journal of R, Geog.

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  • Gordon in Central Africa, 4th ed., 1885, pp. 65, 66, 150 and 151, and Geog.

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  • Lamplugh in the Geog.

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  • Isidore Charac. I (Muller, Geog.

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  • Bombay Geog.

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  • Carter, " Comparative Geog.

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  • 1851), p. 296; and Muller, Geog.

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  • Here, according to Agatharchides (Geog.

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  • xxxv.; Geog.

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  • See the works of Denham, Clapperton, Barth and Nachtigal cited in the biographical notices; Geog.

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  • Rundschau fur Geog.

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  • Soc. Geog.

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  • der geog.

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  • Gregory, " The Plan of the Earth and its Causes," Geog.

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  • 6 " Geomorphologie als genetische Wissenschaft," in Report of Sixth International Geog.

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  • Davis, " The Geographical Cycle," Geog.

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  • Penck, " Potamology as a Branch of Physical Geography," Geog.

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  • (See Geog.

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  • Mackinder, "Journey to the Summit of Mount Kenya," Geog.

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  • Wallace, Geog.

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  • Thus a scale of i,000,000 signifies that each unit of length on the map 2 Close, " The Ideal Topographical Map," Geog.

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  • 3 Kienzl of Leoben in 1891 had invented a similar apparatus which he called a Relief Pantograph (Zeitschrift, Vienna Geog.

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  • There are wart hogs, baboons (maned and maneless varieties), a tree monkey, jumping shrews, two kinds of squirrel, a small hare, rock rabbits 2 It is probable that a divergent branch leaves the Shebeli some distance above the swamps and that at high water an overflow into the Juba occurs (see Geog.

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  • Rawson's Report, 1866; Stark's History and Guide to the Bahama Islands (Boston, Mass., 1891); Bahama Islands (Geog.

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  • Groves, Residence in Baghdad (1830-1832); Transactions of Bombay Geog.

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  • Soc. (1852); Tournefort, Voyage; Leake, Northern Greece, iii.; Prokesch von Osten, Denkwardigkeiten, &c.; Bursian, Geog.

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  • of the Paris Geog.

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  • Probably connected with the Rand i For projected routes, shortening the journey between Europe and Johannesburg, see the Geog.

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  • Trevor, " The Physical Features of the Transvaal," Geog.

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  • Kurs, " Die kiinstlichen Wasserstrassen des deutschen Reichs," in Geog.

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  • See "A Bibliography of the Mosquito Coast of Nicaragua," by Courtney de Kalb, in Bulletin of the American Geog.

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  • There was throughout historic times a close connexion which eventually amounted to political identity between the Khazars and the Barsileens (the Passils of Moses of Chorene) who occupied the delta of the Volga; and the Barsileens can be traced through the pages of Ptolemy (Geog.

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  • ii.); Latham, Russian and Turk, pp. 209-217; Vivieh St Martin, Etudes de geog.

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  • Johnston, "A Journey through the Tunisian Sahara," Geog.

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  • Johnston in the Geog.

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  • Johnston, in the Geog.

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  • de la Tunisie: Geog.

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  • Johnston, was published in the Geog.

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  • BruceMitfords valuable work (see Geog.

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  • Bellet, "Le dessechement du Zuiderzee," Rev. Geog.

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  • Gunther, Geog.

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  • Murray, " The Maltese Islands, with special reference to their Geological Structure," Scottish Geog.

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  • Littledale's " A Journey across Tibet," in Geog.

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  • Bower's Diary of a Journey across Tibet (London, 1894); the Izvestia of the Russian Geog.

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  • Soc. and Geog.

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  • Voeltzkow in the Zeitschrift of the Berlin Geog.

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  • Blundell in Geog.

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  • 2 of Carte de l'Afrique (Service geog.

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  • 2 See Geog.

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  • Sykes, "Journeys in North Mesopotamia" in Geog.

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  • Sykes, Geog.

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  • Bower, Geog.

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  • Taylor, National Review (September 1893) Geog.

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  • Wellby, Geog.

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  • P. Deasy, Geog.

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  • Journal (August 1900); Sven Hedin, Through Asia (London, 1898); Geog.

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  • C. Rijnhart, With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple (London, 1901); Delmar Morgan, Geog.

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  • Waddell, The Buddhism of Tibet, or Lamaism (London, 18 95); " The Falls of the Tsangpo," Geog.

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  • Strachey, Geog.

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  • von Rosthorn, " Notes on Tea Trade between China and Tibet," Geog.

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  • Kozlov, " The Russian Tibet Expedition, 1899-1901," Geog.

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  • Codine in the Bulletin de la Soc. de Geog.

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  • and Geog.

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  • Abulfeda, Geog.

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  • Lloyd in the Geog.

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  • Soc.: General Geog.

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  • See P. Weatherley in Geog.

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  • p. 561 (1899); L.A.Wallace in Geog.

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  • A notice derived from Agatharchides (about 140 B.C.) possibly refers to the activity of these Indian Greeks in the sea-borne trade of the Indian Ocean (Muller, Geog.

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  • (1886), which contains bibliographical references; Rosier, Die Aralseefrage (1873); Wood, The Shores of the Aral Lake (1876); and Berg in Izvestia, Turkestan Branch of Russian Geog.

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  • Regel, "Journey in Karateghin and Darwaz," Investia, Russian Geog.

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  • of his Geog.

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  • Sharpe, " Geography and Economic Development of British Central Africa," Geog.

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  • de la Soc. Khediviale de Geog.

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  • Johnston, " A Journey through the Tunisian Sahara," Geog.

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  • Besides this there are bois de cannelle, olive-tree, benzoin (Croton Benzoe), colophane (Colophonia), and iron-wood, all of which are useful in carpentry; 1 See Geog.

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  • Royal Geog.

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  • et de geog.

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  • Stefansson, Geog.

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  • For Vilkitski's tvork see translation from Russian in Geog.

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  • Accounts of the Crocker Land expedition are to be found in the Geog.

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  • Also numerous articles in all leading archaeological periodicals, the Geographical Journal, Deutsche Rundschau, Petermann's Geog.

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  • 5 (1907), Bulletin, Philadelphia Geog.

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  • Conway, Aconcagua and Tierra del Fuego (London, 1902); " ChileArgentine Arbitration " in the Geog.

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  • It is now a Kurdish village, which in 1894 consisted of about loo houses, three of which were Armenian (Geog.

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  • of American Geog.

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  • (For the altitude see Geog.

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  • and Roman Geog.

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  • See Victor Kurs, "Die kiinstlichen Wasserstrassen des deutschen Reichs," in Geog.

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  • Huntington, "The Mountains of Turkestan," in Geog.

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  • Gallwey, "Journeys in the Benin Country," Geog.

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  • Svenonius et Hamberg," La Geographie, Soc. Geog.

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  • - Among numerous works of Dr Thorvald Thoroddsen, see Geschichte der Islands Geographie (Leipzig, 1898); and the following articles in Geografisk Tidskrift (Copenhagen): " Om Islands geografiske og geologiske Undersogelse " (1893); " Islandske Fjorde og Bugter " (1901); " Geog.

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  • The system is known there locally as the Barkul Mountains and the 1 Ellsworth Huntington, in Geog.

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  • Merzbacher have both published good monographs on the central Tian-shan, the former " Morphologie des Tien-schan," in Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft far Erdkunde zu Berlin (1899) and " Forschungsreise in den zentralen Tien-schan," in Mitteilungen der geog.

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  • Brocherel's " In Asia Centrale," in Bollettino della Societd Geog.

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  • oesterreichischen Geog.

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  • Huntington, " The Mountains of Turkestan," in Geog.

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  • von Zach, Allgemeine geog.

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  • See Angola (including Cabinda) (London 1920), a British Foreign Office handbook with bibliography; Hugo Marquardsen, Angola (Berlin 1920), a careful study of the geography and people, by the geographer of the Reichskolonialamt; the Anuario Colonial (Lisbon) and the Boletim of the Lisbon Geog.

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  • Those at Lamin Koto, on the right bank of the river opposite McCarthy's Island, are still in good preservation, and are an object of veneration to the Mahommedans (see Geog.

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  • Brown of the " Scotia " expedition, " Diego Alvarez or Gough Island," in Scottish Geog.

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  • Behrens, Geog.

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  • i.; Bellew's " Record of Seistan Mission," Journal of R, Geog.

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  • Gordon in Central Africa, 4th ed., 1885, pp. 65, 66, 150 and 151, and Geog.

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  • Lamplugh in the Geog.

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  • Isidore Charac. I (Muller, Geog.

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  • Bombay Geog.

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  • Carter, " Comparative Geog.

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  • 1851), p. 296; and Muller, Geog.

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