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1. 1820 Busy Counties, China

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1820. Snyder-Reinke, Jeffrey, 1969-. This point shapefile represents busy counties in China. This layer was created as part of the Grave Reform in Modern China project, a digital human... Stanford University. Center for Interdisciplinary Research.

3. A map of China prepared for the China Inland Mission

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China Inland Mission. "Stanford's Geogl. Estabt., London." "China Inland Mission stations with resident missionary are underlined in red." Originally issued folded in co... London : China Inland Mission, Newington Green, N., 1911.

4. A map of China prepared for the China Inland Mission

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Edward Stanford Ltd. Relief shown by hachures. Shows locations of Protestant missions. Inset: England on the same scale. Originally folded in cover 22 x 13 cm. On cover... London : Published by the China Inland Mission, 4 Pyrland Road, N., 1894.

6. A plan of the city of Canton on the river Ta ho

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Harris, John, 1667?-1719. Bird's-eye view of Canton, now Guangzou, China; relief shown pictorially. In upper right-hand corner: Vol. 1. pa. 359. Indexed for points on intere... [London : T. Woodward, 1744].

7. Aimag Boundaries, Mongolia, 1950

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1950. Powell, Susan and Navarro, Fernando. This polygon dataset represents the aimags (first order administrative units) of Mongolia in 1950. Aimags are identified in Russian (as labeled on ... UC Berkeley Library.

9. AMS China : An-k'ang Region (Raster Image)

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1954. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard College Library. This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the Army Map Service (AMS) Series L500, China 1:250,000 topographic map of the An-k'ang (Ankang) regi... United States. Army Map Service.

10. AMS China : An-lu Region (Raster Image)

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1953. Harvard Map Collection, Harvard College Library. This layer is a georeferenced raster image of the Army Map Service (AMS) Series L500, China 1:250,000 topographic map of the Anlu (Te-an) region of... United States. Army Map Service.