Hulun Ting, Heilongjiang (1911)

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Hulun Ting tu, is the eighteenth map in "Heilongjiang quan sheng yutu," published in Xuangtong 3rd Year (1911).


(Harvard Library catalog record)

scale: 1,250,000:1 (as noted on map)
original plate size: 46cm X 36cm
scan resolution: 350dpi

This plate covers the area around present day Haila-er Shi and parts of Chenba'erhu Qi, Ewenkezu Zizhiqu, Yakeshi Shi, E'erguna Youqi, Xinba'erhu Zuoqi.

Geographic footprint:
Maximum North 50.95 N
Maximum South 47.20 N
Maximum East: 122.55 E
Maximum West: 117.70 E

Each map is printed on two pages, and each page has been scanned separately. The size of the uncompressed TIFF files is approximately 50 MB per page. Each TIFF has been compressed into a full-size JPEG of approximately 15-20 MB.