The Russians in Central Asia: Their Occupation of the Kirghiz Steppe and the Line of the Syr-Daria : Their Political Relations with Khiva, Bokhara, and Kokan : Also Descriptions of Chinese Turkestan and Dzungaria; by Capt. Valikhanof, M. Veniukof and [others]
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Ak-Mechet Aksakal Aksu Amu-Daria Andijan Aralsk arrived Artysh Asiatic Badakshan bank Begs Bokharian Bolor Burhaneddin Buruts Butenef camels camp caravan Caspian cattle Central Asia chief China Chinese commenced Cossacks cotton Daria despatched detachment Dikokamenni Kirghizes distance district Djengir Dzungaria Eastern Turkestan Emir envoy fathoms force fortress frontier garrison gates Hakim-Beg Hodja Horde horses houses inhabitants Issyk-Kul Kaisaks Kalmyks Karakalpaks Kashgar Kashgarians Khamil Khan of Khiva Khan of Kokan Khanat Khanat of Khiva Khotan Kirghiz Steppe Kizyl Kokan Kokanians Kuen-Lun Kuldja Kungrad Kutebar Lake latter Little Bokhara marched ment merchants miles mission mountains Mussulman Muzart native night-halt occupied Orenburg pass Perovski Persian picket population present region river rivulet road route ruler Russian Russian Government Sea of Aral sent settlement Siberian Southern Steppe Sultan Syr-Daria Tartar Tashkend Thian-Shan tion town trade tribes troops Turfan Turkmen Ush-Turfan Ust-Urt Uzbeks Vali-Khan valley vegetation versts village walls whole Yanyshahr Yarkend