Das südwestliche Ewe-sprachgebiet
- Petermann, A. (August), 1822-1878, Hornberger, Ch, Brutschin, W., and Breithaupt, Gustav
- Map of the Ewe-speaking areas of the Gold Coast on the west coast of Africa. Indicates where the Ewe language was spoken and includes phonetic and dialectical details. It also shows abandoned slave-factories, the routes of missionaries Christian Hornberger, W. Brutschin and other North-German missionaries, and the stations of the North-German, Basel and Wesleyan missions. Relief shown by hachures. Bar scale on map given in "Deutsche Meilen." Legend at bottom. Top left: "Petermann's Geographische Mittheilungen"; top right: "Jahrgang 1867 Tafel 3"; bottom left: "A. Petermann"; bottom right: "G. Breithaupt autogr." Petermann's geographische Mittheilungen. Gotha : Justus Perthes, 1867. Descriptive text throughout.
- Justus Perthes
- Africana Historical Maps
- Africa, Africa, West, and Ghana
- Ewe language
- 19th century
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