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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

[Frontispiece] The fortress of Kitab at Shahr-i-sabz

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

Contents, pp. [iii]-xiii

[Contents] List of illustrations in vol. II, pp. [xiv]-xv

Observanda, p. [xvi]

To illustrate Dr. Henry Lansdell's Russian Central Asia

Russian Central Asia, including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, and Merv: Chapter XLV: from Samarkand to Kitab, pp. [1]-13

Chapter XLVI: from Kitab to Shahr, pp. [14]-30

Chapter XLVII: from Shahr to Karshi, pp. [31]-48

Chapter XLVIII: from Karshi to the Oxus and Bokhara, pp. [49]-65

Chapter XLIX: the city of Bokhara, pp. [66]-85

Chapter L: Bokhara the noble, pp. [86]-102

Chapter LI: the Jews of Bokhara, pp. [103]-119

Chapter LII: Bokhara the noble (continued), pp. [120]-139

Chapter LIII: sundries concerning Bokhara, pp. [140]-158

Chapter LIV: from Bokhara to Charjui, pp. [159]-174

Chapter LV: Charjui, pp. [175]-191

Chapter LVI: the upper Oxus, pp. [192]-200

Chapter LVII: from Charjui to Kabakli, pp. [201]-212

Chapter LVIII: from Kabakli to Petro-Alexandrovsk, pp. [213]-228

Chapter LIX: Petro-Alexandrovsk and the lower Oxus, pp. [229]-245

Chapter LX: from Petro-Alexandrovsk to Khiva, pp. [246]-263

Chapter LXI: the Khivan oasis and its history, pp. [264]-283

Chapter LXII: the Khivan capital and its colleges, pp. [284]-294

Chapter LXIII: Khivan mosques and their worshippers, pp. [295]-314

Chapter LXIV: from Khiva to Tashauz, pp. [315]-327

Chapter LXV: from Tashauz to Kunia Urgenj, pp. [328]-338

Chapter LXVI: Kunia Urgenj and northern Khiva, pp. [339]-356

Chapter LXVII: Kunia Urgenj and preparations for the desert, pp. [357]-367

Chapter LXVIII: from Kunia Urgenj to Kunia Vezir, pp. [368]-385

Chapter LXIX: from Kunia Vezir to Sary Kamish, pp. [386]-397

Chapter LXX: Sary Kamish and old beds of the Oxus, pp. [398]-409

Chapter LXXI: from Sary Kamish to Kaplan Kir, pp. [410]-420

Chapter LXXII: from Kaplan Kir to Krasnovodsk, pp. [421]-433

Chapter LXXIII: Turkmenia, pp. [434]-448

Chapter LXXIV: the Turkmenian oases, pp. [449]-459

Chapter LXXV: the Russian advance to Merv, pp. [460]-474

Chapter LXXVI: Merv as annexed, pp. [475]-490

Chapter LXXVII: from Krasnovodsk homewards, pp. [491]-505

Appendix A: the fauna of Russian Turkistan, pp. [506]-617

Appendix B: the flora of Russian Turkistan, pp. [618]-653

Appendix C: bibliography of Russian Central Asia, pp. [654]-680

List of authors, with reference numbers to their works in the foregoing bibliography, pp. [681]-684

General index, pp. [685]-732 ff.

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