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Lhasa; an account of the country and people of central Tibet and of the progress of the mission sent there by the English government in the year 1903-4; written, with the help of all the principal persons of the mission, by Perceval Landon.

Main Author: Landon, Perceval, 1869-1927.
Related Names: Younghusband, Francis Edward Sir 1863-1942., O'Connor, William Frederick Travers Sir 1870-1943., Walton, Herbert James b. 1869.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Hurst and Blackett, ltd., 1905.
Subjects: Tibet Autonomous Region (China) > Description and travel.
Tibet Autonomous Region (China) > History.
Note: Appendix D: The present condition and government of Tibet, by W. F. T. O'Connor: v. 2, p. [343]-360.
Appendix A: Notes on the natural history of southern Tibet, by Captain H. J. Walton: v. 1, p. [391]-410.
Also published under title: The opening of Tibet (New York, 1905)
Physical Description: 2 v. fronts. (ports.) illus., plates (part col.) maps (1 fold.) 25 cm.
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