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Russian Central Asia, including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, and Merv, by Henry Lansdell...with frontispiece, maps, and illustations

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Lansdell, Henry
Russian Central Asia, including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, and Merv, by Henry Lansdell...with frontispiece, maps, and illustations
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1885
2 v. illus. 23 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Russian Central Asia: including Kuldja, Bokhara Khiva & Merv

[Title page] Russian Central Asia: including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva and Merv, pp. [i]-[ii]

[Dedication] To His Imperial Majesty Alexander III, pp. [iii]-iv

Preface, pp. [v]-x

Contents, pp. [xi]-xiv

Index of texts illustrated or referred to, pp. [xxv]-xxvii

[Contents] List of illustrations in vol. I, pp. [xxviii]-xxix

The author's itinerary, pp. [xxx]-[xxxi]

Observanda, p. [xxxii]

To illustrate Dr. Henry Lansdell's Russian Central Asia

Chapter I: introductory, pp. [1]-9

Chapter II: from London to the Urals, pp. [10]-25

Chapter III: from the Urals to Omsk, pp. [26]-41

Chapter IV: the government general of the steppe and the province of Akmolinsk, pp. [42]-58

Chapter V: from Omsk to Semipolatinsk, pp. [59]-82

Chapter VI: the province of Semipolatinsk: its natural features, pp. [83]-95

Chapter VII: the province of Semipolatinsk: its economy, pp. [96]-110

Chapter VIII: the province of Semipolatinsk: its administration, pp. [111]-119

Chapter IX: historical sketch of the Russian occupation of the Irtish, pp. [120]-135

Chapter X: from Semipolatinsk to Sergiopol, pp. [136]-150

Chapter XI: the land of seven streams, pp. [151]-161

Chapter XII: the province of Semirechia (continued), pp. [162]-173

Chapter XIII: from Sergiopol to Altyn-Immel, pp. [174]-188

Chapter XIV: from Altyn-Immel to Kuldja, pp. [189]-205

Chapter XV: the ethnology and ethnography of the Ili valley, pp. [206]-220

Chapter XVI: a Sunday in Kuldja, pp. [221]-237

Chapter XVII: Taranchi Kuldja, and the valley eastwards, pp. [238]-250

Chapter XVIII: from Kuldja to Altyn-Immel, pp. [251]-265

Chapter XIX: from Altyn-Immel to Vierny, pp. [266]-282

Chapter XX: the Russian occupation of Semirechia, pp. [283]-298

Chapter XXI: the Kirghese, pp. [299]-313

Chapter XXII: the Kirghese (continued), pp. [314]-332

Chapter XXIII: the Kirghese (concluded), pp. [333]-351

Chapter XXIV: from Vierny to Aulie-Ata, pp. [352]-368

Chapter XXV: the general government of Turkistan, pp. [369]-382

Chapter XXVI: the Syr-daria province, pp. [383]-399

Chapter XXVII: historical sketch of the Russian advance to the Syr-daria, pp. [400]-413

Chapter XXVIII: from Aulie-Ata to Tashkend, pp. [414]-424

Chapter XXIX: the Amu-Daria province, pp. [425]-437

Chapter XXX: Tashkend, pp. [438]-452

Chapter XXXI: Tashkend (continued), pp. [453]-475

Chapter XXXII: from Tashkend to Khojend, pp. [476]-489

Chapter XXXIII: the province of Ferghana, pp. [490]-501

Chapter XXXIV: an epitome of Khokand history, pp. [502]-512

Chapter XXXV: from Khojend to Khokand, pp. [513]-532

Chapter XXXVI: the Zarafshan province, pp. [533]-545

Chapter XXXVII: from Khokand to Samarkand, pp. [546]-559

Chapter XXXVIII: the ancient capital of the Timurids, pp. [560]-579

Chapter XXXIX: Muhammadan and Jewish Samarkand, pp. [580]-595

Chapter XL: Russian Samarkand, pp. [596]-613

Chapter XLI: the Russian occupation of Turkistan, pp. [614]-629

Chapter XLII: do we know the truth about Siberian prisons?, pp. [630]-639

Chapter XLIII: the fortress prison in Petersburg, pp. [640]-660

Chapter XLIV: the prisons of Russian Central Asia, pp. [661]-676

Chronology of Russian Central Asia, pp. [677]-681

Central Asian money, weights, and measures, pp. [682]-684

Through Siberia, pp. [685]-687 ff.

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