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  1. Sudan

    Corr. 1983. - Khartoum : The Department, [1983]

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  2. Sudan [cartographic material]

    Corr. 1983-84. - Khartoum : The Department, [1983-84]

  3. Sudan

    Khartoum [Sudan] : The Department, [1978]

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  1. Map showing route of the electric telegraph from Suakin to Ra-Sai reduced from the map, by the late Captn. L. Rokeby, R.M.

    Rokeby, Langham, Captain, d. 1873
    1874

    Relief shown by hachures, spot heights, and text. General road to Suakin and sections of telegraph are shown. Includes information on soil quality,...

  2. Khartoum

    Sudan. Maṣlaḥat al-Misāḥah
    1952

    Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Shows municipal, village, concession, pum cheme boundaries, military barracks and depots, cemeteries, qu...

  3. Map of routes in Kordofan & Darfur constructed from the reconaissances made by officers of the Egyptian General Staff, 1875-76, by W. J. Turner

    Turner, W. J. (William John).
    1879

    Routes between Gebal [Jebel] Marrah, Nile River, and El Obeiyad [El Obeid] are shown. Settlements along routes and their elevations are shown. Reli...

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