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Number: 3131
Continent: Africa
Region: East
Place Names: Uganda
Year of Origin: 1905
Title: Surveys of the Anglo-German Boundary Commission...on the South West Frontier of Uganda
Sub-Title:
Language: English
Publish Origin: London
Height: 30.0
Width: 43.3
Units: centimeters
Size Class.: Medium
Scale: 1 : 500,000
Color Type: Full Color
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Cartographer: C. Delme'-Radcliffe
Engraver:
Publisher: The Geographical Journal
RGS Royal Geographical Society
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Northernmost Latitude: -0.4
Southernmost Latitude: -1.4
Westernmost Longitude: 30.0
Easternmost Longitude: 31.9
Measurement Notes: Prime meridian Greenwich. The region refers only to the bottom inset. For the inset on the upper right, the coordinates are: Latitudes 5.5 to -1.4 and Longitudes 29. 5 to 35.
Notes: Associated with book ID 3633. The map is formed by three insets. In the upper right corner, inside the neat line, the first inset is titled "UGANDA PROTECTORATE" and has a scale of 1:4,000,000. At the bottom of the map, the second inset does not have title, but it shows a region spanning from Congo, to Karagwe and Victoria Nyanza. On the upper left corner, a third inset, is titled "CHART OF TRIANGULATION from Port Florence trough Mizinda to Ihunga;" at scale 1: 2,500,000. On the left corner, outside the neat line of the map, there are two tables, respectively titled "Latitudes and Longitudes of Points connected with the work of the Anglo-German Boundary Commission, Uganda" and "Main Triangulation Stations between Mizinda and Ihunga." In the upper right corner, outside the neat line "The Geographical Journal, 1905." In the center bottom map, outside the neat line "Published by the Royal Geographical Society."
Last updated: Aug 26, 2017