Historical Atlas
Western Central Asia
Historical Atlas
Asia
First posted on February 25th 2005, last revised on October 14th 2005






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THE SHIBANI KHANATE IN THE EARLY 16TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

THE UZBEK KHANATES IN 1525

Timeline : Bukhara

THE KHANATE OF ABDALLAH KHAN, LATE 16TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

THE UZBEK KHANATES IN THE 17TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

UZBEKISTAN IN THE EARLY, MID 18TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

External Online Map : Asia in 1760 (Herrmann 1935), posted by Huhai.net
UZBEK KHANATES IN THE LATE 18TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

External Online Map : Asia in 1760 (Herrmann 1935), posted by Huhai.net
BUKHARA, KHIVA, KOKAND IN THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY

Timeline : Bukhara

External Online Map : Asia (Milner 1850, has Central Asia as "Tartary"), osted by maproom.org
External Online Map : Independent Tartary (Tallis 1851), posted by Antique Maps and Prints
BUKHARA, KHIVA ON THE EVE OF THE RUSSIAN CONQUEST, 1865

Timeline : Bukhara

BUKHARA, KHIVA UNDER RUSSIAN PROTECTION, 1868/1873-1917

Timeline : Bukhara
Textfiles : Bukhara 1868-1917, Khiva 1873-1917

External Online Map : Russian Possessions in Central Asia (Droysen 1886) posted by maproom.org
External Online Maps : North, Central Asia (Stieler 1891), posted by maproom.org
External OnlineMap : Central Asia and India, northern section (Stieler 1891), posted by maproom.org
UZBEK SSR WITHIN USSR, 1925-1991

Textfiles : Bukhara 1917-1925, Khiva 1917-1925
Textfiles : Uzbekistan 1925-1945, 1945-1991
MODERN UZBEKISTAN

Textfiles : Uzbekistan since 1991

External Online Map : Aral, the Dying Sea, from Unimaps



EXTERNAL
ONLINE MAPS
Uzbekistan Maps, from PCL, UTexas
CIA World Factbook : Uzbekistan
Regions of Uzbekistan, from statoids.com
REFERENCE Yuri Bregel, An Historical Atlas of Central Asia, (HACA) Leiden : Brill 2003 (defines Central Asia as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Xinjiang)
VEB Hermann Haack, Atlas zur Geschichte (Historical Atlas), Vol.1, Gotha/Leipzig 1973
Meridien Haritacilik, Tarih Atlasi, no date; 32-page Turkish language historical atlas (donated by Meltem Deniz)
F.W. Putzger, Historischer Atlas zur Welt- und Schweizer Geschichte, Aarau : Sauerländer (1954) 9th edition 1975
John Channon and Robert Hudson, The Penguin Historical Atlas of Russia, Penguin 1995, KMLA Lib.Sign. R 947 C458p
Ian Barnes and Robert Hudson, The History Atlas of Asia, NY : MacMillan 1998, KMLA Lib.Sign. 911.5 B281t







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