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Map of Ōno's Domain Territory
1media/Map from Yoshikawa Kobunkan 1_thumb.jpg2020-11-13T06:56:45-05:00Maren Ehlers18502c6775e5db37b999ee7b08c8c075867ca31d355The lands held by the Echizen Doi family are marked by diagonal lines.plain2021-08-31T18:39:03-04:00Maren Ehlers, "Ōno-han no Koshiro," in Toshi no shūen ni ikiru, ed. Tsukada Takashi (Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2006).2020113010322920201130103229Yoshikawa kôbunkan.Used with permission.Maren EhlersME-0045Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f