Map Of Singapore Island, And Its Dependencies, 1852
This is perhaps the earliest known published map during the colonial period depicting the development of the island’s interior
Shows boundary of the British and Dutch residencies of Singapore and Rhio, Old Strait or Silat Tambrau, Qualla Johore, physical landscape, land use, forests, swamps, pepper and gambier plantations, coconut plantations, villages, rivers, and others
20050000951 - 0001_SP006879
CO/700 Straits Settlements No 5
Similar map as SP006362
Smith, Elders & Co.
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