The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir
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The Panjab, North-West Frontier Province, and Kashmir

By Sir James McCrone Douie
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  • THE PANJAB, NORTH-WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE AND KASHMIR
    • BY
    • SIR JAMES DOUIE, M.A., K.C.S.I.
    • EDITOR'S PREFACE
    • NOTE BY AUTHOR
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • CHAPTER I
      • AREAS AND BOUNDARIES
    • AREAS AND BOUNDARIES
    • CHAPTER II
      • MOUNTAINS, HILLS, AND PLAINS
    • MOUNTAINS, HILLS, AND PLAINS
    • CHAPTER III
      • RIVERS
    • RIVERS
    • CHAPTER IV
      • GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES
        • Fig. 16. Rainfall of different Seasons.
      • Fig. 16. Rainfall of different Seasons.
    • GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES
      • Fig. 16. Rainfall of different Seasons.
    • Fig. 16. Rainfall of different Seasons.
    • CHAPTER V
      • CLIMATE
    • CLIMATE
    • CHAPTER VI
      • HERBS, SHRUBS, AND TREES
    • HERBS, SHRUBS, AND TREES
    • CHAPTER VII
      • FORESTS
    • FORESTS
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • BEASTS, BIRDS, FISHES, AND INSECTS
        • Shooting in Hills
        • Sport in the Plains
      • Shooting in Hills
      • Sport in the Plains
    • BEASTS, BIRDS, FISHES, AND INSECTS
      • Shooting in Hills
      • Sport in the Plains
    • Shooting in Hills
    • Sport in the Plains
    • CHAPTER IX
      • THE PEOPLE: NUMBERS, RACES, AND LANGUAGES
    • THE PEOPLE: NUMBERS, RACES, AND LANGUAGES
    • CHAPTER X
      • THE PEOPLE (continued): RELIGIONS
    • THE PEOPLE (continued): RELIGIONS
    • CHAPTER XI
      • THE PEOPLE (continued): EDUCATION
    • THE PEOPLE (continued): EDUCATION
    • CHAPTER XII
      • ROADS AND RAILWAYS
    • ROADS AND RAILWAYS
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • CANALS
    • CANALS
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • AGRICULTURE AND CROPS
    • AGRICULTURE AND CROPS
    • CHAPTER XV
      • HANDICRAFTS AND MANUFACTURES
    • HANDICRAFTS AND MANUFACTURES
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • EXPORTS AND IMPORTS
    • EXPORTS AND IMPORTS
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • HISTORY—PRE-MUHAMMADAN PERIOD, 500 B.C.—1000 A.D.
    • HISTORY—PRE-MUHAMMADAN PERIOD, 500 B.C.—1000 A.D.
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • HISTORY (continued). THE MUHAMMADAN PERIOD, 1000-1764 A.D.
    • HISTORY (continued). THE MUHAMMADAN PERIOD, 1000-1764 A.D.
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • HISTORY (continued). THE SIKH PERIOD, 1764-1849 A.D.
    • HISTORY (continued). THE SIKH PERIOD, 1764-1849 A.D.
    • CHAPTER XX
      • HISTORY (continued). THE BRITISH PERIOD, 1849-1913
    • HISTORY (continued). THE BRITISH PERIOD, 1849-1913
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • ARCHAEOLOGY AND COINS
        • 1. Silver punch-marked coin. 2. Drachma of Sophytes (Panjáb Satrap about time of Alexander). 3. Hemidrachma of Azes. 4. Copper coin of Táxila. 5. Silver Kuninda coin. 6. Stater of Wema Kadphises. 7. Stater of Kanishka. 8. Later Kushán stater. 9. White Hun silver piece. 10. Gadhiya paisa. 11. Silver coin of Spalapatí Deva, Hindu King of Kábul.
      • 1. Silver punch-marked coin. 2. Drachma of Sophytes (Panjáb Satrap about time of Alexander). 3. Hemidrachma of Azes. 4. Copper coin of Táxila. 5. Silver Kuninda coin. 6. Stater of Wema Kadphises. 7. Stater of Kanishka. 8. Later Kushán stater. 9. White Hun silver piece. 10. Gadhiya paisa. 11. Silver coin of Spalapatí Deva, Hindu King of Kábul.
    • ARCHAEOLOGY AND COINS
      • 1. Silver punch-marked coin. 2. Drachma of Sophytes (Panjáb Satrap about time of Alexander). 3. Hemidrachma of Azes. 4. Copper coin of Táxila. 5. Silver Kuninda coin. 6. Stater of Wema Kadphises. 7. Stater of Kanishka. 8. Later Kushán stater. 9. White Hun silver piece. 10. Gadhiya paisa. 11. Silver coin of Spalapatí Deva, Hindu King of Kábul.
    • 1. Silver punch-marked coin. 2. Drachma of Sophytes (Panjáb Satrap about time of Alexander). 3. Hemidrachma of Azes. 4. Copper coin of Táxila. 5. Silver Kuninda coin. 6. Stater of Wema Kadphises. 7. Stater of Kanishka. 8. Later Kushán stater. 9. White Hun silver piece. 10. Gadhiya paisa. 11. Silver coin of Spalapatí Deva, Hindu King of Kábul.
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • ADMINISTRATION—GENERAL
    • ADMINISTRATION—GENERAL
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • ADMINISTRATION—LOCAL
    • ADMINISTRATION—LOCAL
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
    • REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE
    • CHAPTER XXV
      • PANJÁB DISTRICTS AND DELHI
    • PANJÁB DISTRICTS AND DELHI
    • CHAPTER XXVI
      • THE PANJÁB NATIVE STATES
      • 1. The Phulkian States
        • Tree showing relationship of the three Houses.
        • 2. Other Sikh States
        • 3. The Muhammadan States
        • 4. Hindu Hill States
      • Tree showing relationship of the three Houses.
      • 2. Other Sikh States
      • 3. The Muhammadan States
      • 4. Hindu Hill States
    • THE PANJÁB NATIVE STATES
    • 1. The Phulkian States
      • Tree showing relationship of the three Houses.
      • 2. Other Sikh States
      • 3. The Muhammadan States
      • 4. Hindu Hill States
    • Tree showing relationship of the three Houses.
    • 2. Other Sikh States
    • 3. The Muhammadan States
    • 4. Hindu Hill States
    • CHAPTER XXVII
      • THE NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE
        • 1. Districts
        • 2. Tribal Territory
      • 1. Districts
      • 2. Tribal Territory
    • THE NORTH WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE
      • 1. Districts
      • 2. Tribal Territory
    • 1. Districts
    • 2. Tribal Territory
    • CHAPTER XXVIII
      • KASHMÍR AND JAMMU
    • KASHMÍR AND JAMMU
    • CHAPTER XXIX
      • CITIES
    • CITIES
    • CHAPTER XXX
      • OTHER PLACES OF NOTE
        • I. PANJÁB.
        • II. Panjáb Native States.
        • III. North West Frontier Province.
        • IV. Kashmír and Jammu.
        • Table I. Tribes of Panjáb (including Native States) and N.W.F. Province[1].
        • Table II. Rainfall, Cultivation, Population, and Land Revenue.
        • Table III. Diagrams relating to Cultivation.
        • TABLE IV. Percentages of Principal Crops[1].
        • Table V Revenue and Expenditure, 1911-12.
      • I. PANJÁB.
      • II. Panjáb Native States.
      • III. North West Frontier Province.
      • IV. Kashmír and Jammu.
      • Table I. Tribes of Panjáb (including Native States) and N.W.F. Province[1].
      • Table II. Rainfall, Cultivation, Population, and Land Revenue.
      • Table III. Diagrams relating to Cultivation.
      • TABLE IV. Percentages of Principal Crops[1].
      • Table V Revenue and Expenditure, 1911-12.
    • OTHER PLACES OF NOTE
      • I. PANJÁB.
      • II. Panjáb Native States.
      • III. North West Frontier Province.
      • IV. Kashmír and Jammu.
      • Table I. Tribes of Panjáb (including Native States) and N.W.F. Province[1].
      • Table II. Rainfall, Cultivation, Population, and Land Revenue.
      • Table III. Diagrams relating to Cultivation.
      • TABLE IV. Percentages of Principal Crops[1].
      • Table V Revenue and Expenditure, 1911-12.
    • I. PANJÁB.
    • II. Panjáb Native States.
    • III. North West Frontier Province.
    • IV. Kashmír and Jammu.
    • Table I. Tribes of Panjáb (including Native States) and N.W.F. Province[1].
    • Table II. Rainfall, Cultivation, Population, and Land Revenue.
    • Table III. Diagrams relating to Cultivation.
    • TABLE IV. Percentages of Principal Crops[1].
    • Table V Revenue and Expenditure, 1911-12.
    • INDEX
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
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