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Soviet Union : forged during a millennium of expansion, the largest country on earth is an unwieldy federation containing a hundred ethnolinguistic groups

Title
Soviet Union : forged during a millennium of expansion, the largest country on earth is an unwieldy federation containing a hundred ethnolinguistic groups / produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society ; John B. Garver, Jr., chief cartographer ; design, Allen Carroll, director, John F. Dorr, Bob Pratt ; art, Tibor G. Toth ; research, Alice T.M. Rechlin, director ... [et al.].
Author
National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division.
Publication
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 1990.

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Additional Authors
  • Garver, John B.
  • Carroll, Allen.
  • Dorr, John F.
  • Rechlin, Alice T. M. (Alice Theodora Merten)
Description
2 maps on 1 sheet : both sides, col.; 25 x 46 cm. and 53 x 90 cm., sheet 56 x 94 cm.
Alternative Title
Ethnolinguistic groups of the Soviet Union.
Subjects
Note
  • Relief shown by shading and spot heights on general map. Depths shown by gradient tints and soundings on general map.
  • Panel title.
  • Published: Washington, March 1990.
  • "Supplement to the National Geographic, March 1990, page 2A, vol. 177, no. 3--Soviet Union".
  • Designed to be folded to 15 x 24 cm.
  • Includes text, list of administrative divisions, inset map of population density, glossary, aerial view as if from outer space, and bar graphs.
  • Ancillary historical maps of territorial expansion: 1. Slavic expansion ca. 600 -- 2. The Kievan Rus 1054 -- 3. Seeds of the Russian state 1380 -- 4. Tsardom of Muscovy 1596 -- 5. Westward inroads 1815 -- 6. The long movement eastward 1886 -- 7. War and revolution 1914 -- 8. Soviet sphere 1955.
Contents
Ethnolinguistic groups of the Soviet Union -- Soviet Union [general map showing administrative divisions].
Call Number
Map Div. 92-56
LCCN
90685312 /MAPS
OCLC
NYPG92-M13
Author
National Geographic Society (U.S.). Cartographic Division.
Title
Soviet Union : forged during a millennium of expansion, the largest country on earth is an unwieldy federation containing a hundred ethnolinguistic groups / produced by the Cartographic Division, National Geographic Society ; John B. Garver, Jr., chief cartographer ; design, Allen Carroll, director, John F. Dorr, Bob Pratt ; art, Tibor G. Toth ; research, Alice T.M. Rechlin, director ... [et al.].
Imprint
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society, 1990.
Cartographic Data
Scale [ca. 1:20,000,000].
Scale 1:10,140,000. 1 cm. = 101 km. 1 in. = 160 miles ; Transverse polyconic proj. (E 19⁰--W 168⁰/N 83⁰--N 35⁰).
Added Author
Garver, John B.
Carroll, Allen.
Dorr, John F.
Rechlin, Alice T. M. (Alice Theodora Merten)
Added Title
Ethnolinguistic groups of the Soviet Union.
Research Call Number
Map Div. 92-56
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