Modern China-Traffic and Communications
This map shows navigable rivers for small and large steamers, railways in operation and under construction, telegraph and submarine cables, regular airways, and imports and exports in millions of Haikuan Taels between 1921-30.
Also shown are:
- Treaty Ports with Date of Customs Opening
- Wireless Stations
An inset graph depicts the foreign trade of China (including Manchuria).
History and Commercial Atlas of China, Albert Herrmann, Ph.D., Harvard University Press, 1935.
See Huhai Website.
This map is one in the series:
- Asia under the Mongols, 1290 A.D.
- Chinese abroad, ca. 1930 A.D.
- The Chinese Republic with Tibet and Mongolia c. 1935
- Modern China-Traffic and Communications, 20th Century
- The Manchu Empire and the European Powers, 1644-1912 A.D.
- Beginnings of the Mongol Empire-Boundaries of 1234 A.D.
- Foreign Religions in Central Asia and China up to the 14th Century A.D.