Korea city plans 1:12,500 : Pʻyongyang (Heijō).

Author
United States. Army Map Service [Browse]
Format
Map
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed. AMS 1.
Published/​Created
Washington, D.C. : Army Map Service, 1946.
Description
  • Scale 1:12,500 polyconic projection ; (E 125°42ʹ--E 125°52ʹ/N 39°3ʹ--N 38°58ʹ).
  • 1 map : color ; 68 x 64 cm

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Notes
  • Alternate title: P'yongang (Heijo), Korea. In upper left margin: Korea city plans 1:12,500. Polyconic projection. Relief shown by 10 meter contour intervals and spot elevation. Depth shown by fathoms. Korean names transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer system. Japanese forms of Korean names (shown in parentheses) transcribed accorcing to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) System. Inset: Jido navy coal mine region (1:62,500).
  • "10-46."
  • Relief shown by contours, hachures, spot heights. Depths shown by soundings.
  • "Contour interval 10 meters ... Depths in fathoms at nearly lowest low water."
  • Four classes of roads or trails, three classes of railroads, and areas of vegetation and cultivation are shown. Some buildings are named.
  • "Korean names transcribed according to the McCune-Reischauer system. Japanese forms of Korean names, (shown in parentheses) transcribed according to the modified Hepburn (Romaji) system."
  • Military grid.
  • Includes inset map "Jido Navy coal mine region," glossary to Korean, Japanese and English terms, index to precincts, index to Fuji Iron Works Heijo Plant and inset map "Index to sources."
Bibliographic references
Includes sources of mapping.
Other format(s)
Online version available via the Princeton University Libraries Digital Maps & Geospatial Data website.
Other title(s)
Pʻyongyang (Heijō), Pʻyongan-namdo (Heian-nando) Korea
Title in lower right
  • Pʻyongyang (Heijō), Korea
Standard map series designation
  • [Series] L951
LCCN
map48000211
OCLC
  • 1340432437
  • 6565231
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