Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company
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2 volumes : illustrations ; 23 cm.

    1. [Cover]
    2. Russian Central Asia : including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, and Merv: Vol. I
    3. To His Imperial Majesty Alexander III
    4. Preface
    5. Contents
    6. Index of texts illustrated or referred to
    7. List of illustrations in vol. I
    8. The author's itinerary
    9. Observanda
    10. To illustrate Dr. Henry Lansdell's Russian Central Asia
    11. Chapter I: Introductory
    12. Chapter II: From London to the Urals
    13. Chapter III: From the Urals to Omsk
    14. Chapter IV: The government general of the steppe and the province of Akmolinsk
    15. Chapter V: From Omsk to Semipolatinsk
    16. Chapter VI: The province of Semipolatinsk: its natural features
    17. Chapter VII: The province of Semipolatinsk: its economy
    18. Chapter VIII: The province of Semipolatinsk: its administration
    19. Chapter IX: Historical sketch of the Russian occupation of the Irtish
    20. Chapter X: From Semipolatinsk to Sergiopol
    21. Chapter XI: The Land of Seven Streams
    22. Chapter XII: The province of Semirechia (continued)
    23. Chapter XIII: From Sergiopol to Altyn-Immel
    24. Chapter XIV: From Altyn-Immel to Kuldja
    25. Chapter XV: The ethnology and ethnography of the Ili valley
    26. Chapter XVI: A Sunday in Kuldja
    27. Chapter XVII: Taranchi Kuldja, and the valley eastwards
    28. Chapter XVIII: From Kuldja to Altyn-Immel
    29. Chapter XIX: From Altyn-Immel to Vierny
    30. Chapter XX: The Russian occupation of Semirechia
    31. Chapter XXI: The Kirghese
    32. Chapter XXII: The Kirghese (continued)
    33. Chapter XXIII: The Kirghese (concluded)
    34. Chapter XXIV: From Vierny to Aulie-Ata
    35. Chapter XXV: The general government of Turkistan
    36. Chapter XXVI: The Syr-daria province
    37. Chapter XXVII: Historical sketch of the Russian advance to the Syr-daria
    38. Chapter XXVIII: From Aulie-Ata to Tashkend
    39. Chapter XXIX: The Amu-Daria province
    40. Chapter XXX: Tashkend
    41. Chapter XXXI: Tashkend (continued)
    42. Chapter XXXII: From Tashkend to Khojend
    43. Chapter XXXIII: The province of Ferghana
    44. Chapter XXXIV: An epitome of Khokand history
    45. Chapter XXXV: From Khojend to Khokand
    46. Chapter XXXVI: The Zarafshan province
    47. Chapter XXXVII: From Khokand to Samarkand
    48. Chapter XXXVIII: The ancient capital of the Timurids
    49. Chapter XXXIX: Muhammadan and Jewish Samarkand
    50. Chapter XL: Russian Samarkand
    51. Chapter XLI: The Russian occupation of Turkistan
    52. Chapter XLII: Do we know the truth about Siberian prisons?
    53. Chapter XLIII: The fortress prison in Petersburg
    54. Chapter XLIV: The prisons of Russian Central Asia
    55. Chronology of Russian Central Asia
    56. Central Asian money, weights, and measures
    57. Through Siberia
    58. [Cover]
    1. [Cover]
    2. The fortress of Kitab at Shahr-i-sabz
    3. Russian Central Asia: including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva and Merv: Vol. II
    4. Contents
    5. List of illustrations in vol. II
    6. Observanda
    7. To illustrate Dr. Henry Lansdell's Russian Central Asia
    8. Russian Central Asia, including Kuldja, Bokhara, Khiva, and Merv: Chapter XLV: from Samarkand to Kitab
    9. Chapter XLVI: From Kitab to Shahr
    10. Chapter XLVII: From Shahr to Karshi
    11. Chapter XLVIII: From Karshi to the Oxus and Bokhara
    12. Chapter XLIX: The city of Bokhara
    13. Chapter L: Bokhara the Noble
    14. Chapter LI: The Jews of Bokhara
    15. Chapter LII: Bokhara the Noble (continued)
    16. Chapter LIII: Sundries concerning Bokhara
    17. Chapter LIV: From Bokhara to Charjui
    18. Chapter LV: Charjui
    19. Chapter LVI: The upper Oxus
    20. Chapter LVII: From Charjui to Kabakli
    21. Chapter LVIII: From Kabakli to Petro-Alexandrovsk
    22. Chapter LIX: Petro-Alexandrovsk and the lower Oxus
    23. Chapter LX: From Petro-Alexandrovsk to Khiva
    24. Chapter LXI: The Khivan oasis and its history
    25. Chapter LXII: The Khivan capital and its colleges
    26. Chapter LXIII: Khivan mosques and their worshippers
    27. Chapter LXIV: From Khiva to Tashauz
    28. Chapter LXV: From Tashauz to Kunia Urgenj
    29. Chapter LXVI: Kunia Urgenj and northern Khiva
    30. Chapter LXVII: Kunia Urgenj and preparations for the desert
    31. Chapter LXVIII: From Kunia Urgenj to Kunia Vezir
    32. Chapter LXIX: From Kunia Vezir to Sary Kamish
    33. Chapter LXX: Sary Kamish and old beds of the Oxus
    34. Chapter LXXI: From Sary Kamish to Kaplan Kir
    35. Chapter LXXII: From Kaplan Kir to Krasnovodsk
    36. Chapter LXXIII: Turkmenia
    37. Chapter LXXIV: The Turkmenian oases
    38. Chapter LXXV: The Russian advance to Merv
    39. Chapter LXXVI: Merv as annexed
    40. Chapter LXXVII: From Krasnovodsk homewards
    41. Appendix A: The fauna of Russian Turkistan
    42. Appendix B: The flora of Russian Turkistan
    43. Appendix C:Bbibliography of Russian Central Asia
    44. List of authors, with reference numbers to their works in the foregoing bibliography
    45. General index
    46. [Cover]