How does it work ?

On this page you will find direct links to digitalized travel books for the listed places, categorized per modern Turkish district (ilçe)

by example:

Ovaçevirme →Lynch 1901-2: 256 (Chevermeh)

Ovaçevirme = is the Turkish modern name.

Lynch 1901 = is the name of the travel report where this name can be found. If the text is blue, is it is linked to a title description.

256 = the page number. If the number is blue it links to a page in one of the digital book repositories (archive.org, openlibary.org or hathitrust.org, jstor) or to a reproduction of the text on this website with geographical annotations.

(Chevermeh) the original name used by the author

(→ANT) links to a list of geographical annotations for this title.

It is much appreciated if you report broken links

Geographical Index on 19th century travel reports

website of Jelle Verheij, historian

Gümüşhane central district

Gümüşhane Curzon 1854: 30Barkley 1891: 342 (Gumish-Khanné)


Kelkit district

Kelkit Suter 1841: 435 (Kerkit Chiftlik) (→ANT) Taylor 1868: 287 (Tchiftlik)

Çakırlar Taylor 1868: 287 (Jibberee)

Çamurköy Taylor 1868: 285 (Tchamoor)

Dayısı Taylor 1868: 287 (Daüsee)

Doğankavak Taylor 1868: 286 (Karlan Kiz)

Gümüşgöze Taylor 1868: 289 (Alansa)

Sadak Taylor 1868: 287 (Suddak)

SökmenTaylor 1868: 287 (Sugmen)


Şiran district

Bilgili Taylor 1868: 290 (Ekseyweet)

Çalköy Taylor 1868: 290 (Chal)

Erenkaya Suter 1841: 435 (U'leh Sheivan) (→ANT)Taylor 1868: 290 (Ulu Sheyran)

Gökçeler Taylor 1868: 290 (Teyrsoom)

Kırıntı Taylor 1868: 291 (Kerintee)

Selimiye Taylor 1868: 291 (Kerazmashat)

Telme Taylor 1868: 290 (Telma)

Yeniköy Taylor 1868: 291 (Kootee Koi)







Gümüşhane Province

Gümüşhane Province