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Title
Descriptive map of London poverty, 1889
Scale
not given.
Name/Creator
Booth, Charles, 1840-1916, creator
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Image compiled from 4 original images]  http://ids.lib.harvard.edu/ids/view/7614908?buttons=yes 
Digital ObjectLocation
Networked Resource

Map Coll (Pusey)
Place of Origin
London
Publisher
Stanford's Geogl. Estabt.
Language
English
Description
1 map on 4 sheets : col. ; 93 x 120 cm., each sheet 58 x 63 cm.
Form/Genre
cartographic

map

Maps
Subject
Working class -- England -- London -- Maps ;  Poor -- England -- London -- Maps ;  London (England) -- Social conditions -- 19th century -- Maps

Category
Maps and Atlases

Public Health, 1800-1899

Medical Geography

Note
[Sheet 1] : North-Eastern sheet comprising parts of Hackney, Islington, and Holborn; the whole of the city Shoreditch, Bethnal Greek, Whitechapel, St. George's -in-the-East, Stepney, Mile End, and part of poplar -- [Sheet 2] : North-Western sheet comprising part of Hampstead; Paddington (excepting north-west corner) ; parts of St. George's Hanover Square, Westminster, Strand, Holborn, and Islington; the whole of St. Giles's and Marylebone; and most of St. Pancras -- [Sheet 3] : South-Eastern sheet comprising the registration districts of St. Savior's and St. Olave's Soutwark, and parts of Lambeth and Camberwell, and Greenwich -- [Sheet 4] : South-Western sheet comprising the Parish of Chelsea and parts of Fulham, Kensington, St. George's Hanover Square, Strand, Lambeth, and the Battersea portion of Wandsworth.


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