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Provincial geographies of India  s:en:Index:Provincial geographies of India (Volume 4).djvu
Author
White, Herbert Thirkell (1855-1931)
Publisher
Cambridge, Univ. Press
Title
Provincial geographies of India
Volume 4
Description
[Vol. 1] Douie, (Sir) James - The Panjab, Northwest Frontier Province and Kashmir.- [Vol. 2] Malley, L.S.S. - Bengal, Bihar, and Orissa Sikkim.- [Vol. 3] Thurston, Edgar - The Madras Presidency, with Mysore Coorg, and the associated States.- [Vol. 4] White, (Sir) H.T. - Burma
Language English
Publication date 1923
publication_date QS:P577,+1923-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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