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Through Russian central Asia, by Stephan Graham, with many black-and-white illustrations from original photographs

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Graham, Stephen
Through Russian central Asia, by Stephan Graham, with many black-and-white illustrations from original photographs
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1916
xii, 298 p. front. , plates, double map. 21 cm.

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Contents

[Cover]

[Half-title] Through Russian Central Asia, pp. [i]-[ii] ff.

[Frontispiece] The tomb of Timour

[Title page] Through Russian Central Asia, pp. [iii]-[iv]

Contents, pp. v-[vi]

[Contents] Illustrations, pp. vii-viii

Introduction, pp. ix-xii

Through Russian Central Asia: I: leaving Vladikavkaz, pp. [1]-16

II: where the desert blooms, pp. 17-26

III: wonderful Bokhara, pp. 27-38

IV: Mohammedan cities and Mohammedanism, pp. 39-48

V: the history of the tribes, pp. 49-60

VI: to Tashkent, pp. 61-69

VII: the Russian conquest, pp. 70-79

VIII: on the road, pp. 80-146

IX: the pioneers, pp. 147-170

X: fellow-travellers, pp. 171-189

XI: on the Chinese frontier, pp. 190-200

XII: "midsummer night among the tent-dwellers", pp. 201-220

XIII: over the Siberian border, pp. 221-227

XIV: on the Irtish, pp. 228-235

XV: the country of the Maral, pp. 236-246

XVI: the declaration of war, pp. 247-254

Appendix I: Russia and India and the prospects of Anglo-Russian friendship, pp. 255-266

Appendix II: the Russian Empire and the British Empire, pp. 267-[290] ff.

Russian Central Asia: map shewing [showing] traveller's route

Index, pp. 291-298

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