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Russian Forestry Maps

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Alexei Karimov has an online collection of Russian forestry maps dating mosts from the 1700s and 1800s. The images are regretably too small too read but there are descriptions of each on the website. Karimov has also includes some of his own papers on the topics of Russian forestry maps, cadastral mapping at the time of Peter the Great and the history of Russian administrative boundaries.

By way of MapHist.

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