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Carte Géologique du Katanga et Notes Descriptives [Geological Map of Katanga and Descriptive Notes]

By: FE Studt(Author), J Cornet(Author), H Buttgenbach(Author)
94 pages, 1 plate with colour photos, 2 plates with b/w photos; 24 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 1 colour fold-out map
Carte Géologique du Katanga et Notes Descriptives [Geological Map of Katanga and Descriptive Notes]
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Language: French

This geological map, and the accompanying notes, were made by the authors while employed in the region between September 1901 until the end of 1906. The unbound pages come in a folder.

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By: FE Studt(Author), J Cornet(Author), H Buttgenbach(Author)
94 pages, 1 plate with colour photos, 2 plates with b/w photos; 24 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 1 colour fold-out map
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