Route survey from Keriya to Hotan and the Karang-tagh Mountains (1892)
This map can be found in an appendix to the second volume of Труды тибетской экспедиции 1889-1890 гг. подъ начальствомъ М. В. Певцова [Works of the Tibetan expeditions 1889–1890 under the authority of M. V. Pevtsov] edited by M. V. Pevtsov and published by the Russian Geographical Society in 1892.
Based on data compiled by the geologist and mining engineer, K.I. Bogdanovich, this map is a route survey of the area between the city of Keriya to the northeast of the map, the Karang-tagh Mountains to the southwest and the city of Hotan to the northwest. From the Karang-tagh Mountains the Yurungkash River (also known as the White Jade River) runs north and passes Hotan. Rivers and land are sketched out showing the geographical features of the area.
Seven other maps can be found in appendix to the same volume: one large-scale overview of Eastern Turkestan and four additional small-scaled route surveys of areas to the south and west of the Takla Makan Desert, as well as two sketch-maps of areas with gold mines.