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1942. Digital Social Science Center (DSSC), Columbia University Libraries and United States. Office of Strategic Services. Geography Division. This is a scanned version of the 1942 paper map entitled: India, Distribution of Mohammedans . The map was scanned at 300 dots per inch and is in ... United States. Office of Strategic Services. Geography Division.
Map shows color coded: British Territory, native tributary and protected states, and independent states. London : John Murray, 1901.
Includes Indus River and its tributaries. Southern limit of hills shown by dotted line. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and mon... London : Edward Stanford, 1885.
4. (Composite of) A new map of Hindoostan from the latest authorities. Chiefly from the actual surveys made by major James Rennell, Surveyor to the Hble. East India Company, of the Bengal Provinces, and of the countries lying between them and Delhy; the whole exhibiting all the military roads and passes, as well as the most accurate division of the British possessions in the East Indies. London, Published by Laurie & Whittle, 53, Fleet Street, 12th May, 1794. 2nd editn. corrected 1804 (Raster Image)
1804. Rumsey, David, 1944-. This layer is a georeferenced image of a map of South Asia, including India and Pakistan, originally created by J. Rennell, T. Kitchen, R. Laurie, ... Cartography Associates.
1987. Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of South Asia, shown at a 1:23,650,000 scale. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency.
1993. Central Intelligence Agency. This is a map of South Asia, shown at a 1:3,860,000 scale. The map was created by the Central Intelligence Agency. Central Intelligence Agency.