A Brief Course in Geography

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Cowperthwait & Company, 1881 - Geography - 92 pages
 

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Page 26 - Massachusetts plantation ; and on the south by the sea ; and in longitude as the line of the Massachusetts colony, running from east to west, that is to say, from the said Narragansett bay on the east, to the South sea on the west part, with the islands thereunto adjoining,
Page 3 - Warren's Brief Course in Geography is a new work, intended as a Shorter Course for those who have not time for a more extended study of the subject. The Brief Course and the Physical form a popular Two-Book Series. Circulars and Specimen Pages mailed free. Liberal terms for first introduction and in exchange for other books in use.
Page 15 - Congress of the Philippines consisting of a Senate (of 24 members) and a House of Representatives (of...
Page 3 - WARREN'S BRIEF COURSE. This is an entirely new work, intended as a SHORTER COURSE for those who have not time for a more extended study of the subject. Nothing is stated in the text which the pupil can learn by studying the map ; and the map questions are accompanied by brief statements which arrange the physical features in a natural order. The MAPS in the body of the work are designed only for use in school ; therefore none...
Page 2 - ... set of Electrotype plates, with new maps and illustrations. It gives full accounts of all the recent discoveries and changes in boundaries, and presents a complete Course adapted to grades of schools, forming the most compact and Economical Series, published. Warren's Brief Course in Geography is a new work, intended as a Shorter Course for those who have not time for a more extended study of the subject. The Brief Course and the Physical form a popular Two-Book Series.
Page 31 - Lieutenant-Governor, ex officia, and six other members elected by the general assembly for the term of three years. The State Commissioner of Public Schools is the executive officer.

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