Atlas of the Historical geography of the United States
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Published by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • États -- Unis -- Géographie historique -- Cartes,
  • États -- Unis,
  • Cartographie -- Amérique

Book details:

Edition Notes

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StatementEd. by John K. Wright
The Physical Object
Pagination162 p. ;
Number of Pages162
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22210488M

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The Historical Atlas of American Crime presents a geographic overview of the development of crime in America, from colonial times to the present. Covering all varieties of crime, from murder to fraud, from organized crime to terrorism, these pages contain a fascinating survey of the most significant criminal developments in United States history. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Atlas of the historical geography of the United States / by Charles Paullin, Charles Oscar, or View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain. This United States History Atlas covers all of the major historical periods in American history with colorful, easy to read, informative maps. You will find yourself reaching for this atlas again and again as you study United States history. Perfect for multiple age and grade levels, you will use this book year after year. "The description and historical portion of this work will be found in a volume entitled Universal history, by Edward Quin" [issued in (i.e. ) reprinted from the first edition of the Historical atlas, published in ] cf. Dict. nat. biog. and Lowndes. Maps show only the known parts of the world for each period. Plates otherwise graphically obscure the rest of the world with opaque.