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Map Description
Historical Map of India in the 19th Century: British Expansion 1805-1910

Illustrating

The territory under British government is colored in three shades of pink:
- British India 1805
- Added to British India 1805-1856
- Added to British India 1856-1910

Native states and territories (yellow)

The possessions or stations of the other European Powers are: French (blue),
Portuguese (green), Danish - to 1845 - (orange)


- Boundaries of provinces in India 1910
- Names of native states and territories
- Names of provinces of British India
- Other territorial names


Credits
University of Texas at Austin. From the Cambridge Modern History Atlas, 1912.


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