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Image: Indian Rebellion of 1857
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Description: Map, "North India: The Mutiny 1857-9" from "The Cambridge Modern History Atlas". Cambridge University Press; London. 1912. Editors were Sir Adolphus William Ward (†1924), G.W. Prothero (†1922), and Sir Stanley Mordaunt Leathes (†1938). Individual authors of works making up the atlas are not identified, nor are the likely to be, after reasonable research.
Title: Indian Rebellion of 1857
Credit: Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection Website.
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