Queensland & British New Guinea
Indonesia, Papua New Guinea
The first two sheets of this eight-sheet map focus on British New Guinea, with German and Dutch colonial areas of New Guinea also shown in part. There is a line marking a proposed change in border between Dutch and British territory.
Map to illustrate Mr. W.R.D. Beckett's route, Novr. 1891-April 1892
Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos
The route of W.R.D. Beckett between Bangkok and Saigon, partly along the Mekong River, is marked on this map, along with trade routes, police posts, mines (copper, iron, gold), and products (the spice cardamom, and resin benzoin (‘Gumbenjamin’)).
Facsimile of map given to the French Ambassador 29th Aug. 1889 as indicating the Approximate Boundaries of Siam to the North West & North such as they have hitherto been considered
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam
The border between Siam (Thailand) and Tenasserin (Tanintharyi Region, Myanmar) is highlighted on this map, while the more northerly border between Siam and Burma (Myanmar) is marked as being ‘approximate’.
Map of Johore Territory 1893
Map of the Malay state of Johor, and Singapore. The route of a proposed railway north from Johor Bahru is shown. Apart from rivers and mountains, much of the terrain is blank, with labels such as ‘Unexplored Hill Country’ or ‘Dense Jungle and Swamp’.
A sketch map of the East Indian possessions of the Netherlands
Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore
Produced by the Intelligence Branch of the British War Office, this map shows Dutch colonial territories in maritime Southeast Asia, and their political and military divisions in Java and Madura. British and Spanish territories are also marked.
- Filter from 1886 to 1898
Current results range from 1886 to 1898
- [remove]Intelligence Division, War Office9
- R.G.S Proceedings1
- Stanford's Geographical Establishment1
- Surveyor General's Office, Brisbane1