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1.0 The Baltics: Lithuana, Latvia, Estonia (132_K)
2.0 Belarus (150_K)
3.0 Russia - Northwest (242_K)
4.0  Russia - Southwest (193_K)
5.0 Ukraine and Bessarabia (239_K)
6.0 Russia - Northeast (151_K)
7.0 Russia - Central East (302_K)
8.0 Russia - Southeast (194_K)
9.0 Russia - Volga and Don River Basins (157_K)
10. Russia - Caucasus (238_K)
11. Crimea (122_K)
12. The Polish provinces of the Russian Empire (150_K)
13. The Trans-Ural Steppe (235_K)
14. Southwest Siberia - Tobolsk Guberniya (187_K)
15. South Central Siberia - Tomsk, Yeniseisk, Irkutsk (271_K)
16. Southern Maritime Provinces, Sakhalin (224_K)
17. Northern Yenisesk Guberniya (174_K)
18. Northern Yakutsk Oblast (220_K)
19.  Northern Maritime Provinces, Kamchatka (185_K)

The 1th - 11th and the 13th - 19th maps of Russian Empire are from the same 1882 Atlas - Comprehensive Atlas and Geography of the World by Blackie and Sons of Edinburg, Scotland (CA&GW) and are at a scale of 1:6,100,000 or 1 inch = approximately 96 miles. The 12th map, of the Polish provinces of the Russian Empire (The Russian partition of Poland) is from a different atlas - Century Dictionary and Cyclopaedic Atlas (CD&CA) dated 1902 and at a scale of 1:5,128,200 or 1 inch = 80.9 miles.

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