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The great events by famous historians : a comprehensive and readable account of the world's history, emphasizing the more important events, and presenting these as complete narratives in the master-words of the most eminent historians : on the plan evolved from a consensus of opinions gathered from the most distinguished scholars of America and Europe, including brief introductions by specialists to connect and explain the celebrated narratives, arranged chronologically, with thorough indices, bibliographies, chronologies, and courses of reading Preview this item
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The great events by famous historians : a comprehensive and readable account of the world's history, emphasizing the more important events, and presenting these as complete narratives in the master-words of the most eminent historians : on the plan evolved from a consensus of opinions gathered from the most distinguished scholars of America and Europe, including brief introductions by specialists to connect and explain the celebrated narratives, arranged chronologically, with thorough indices, bibliographies, chronologies, and courses of reading

Author: Charles F Horne; Rossiter Johnson; John Rudd, LL. D.
Publisher: [New York] The National alumni [1905]
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Horne, Charles F. (Charles Francis), 1870-1942.
Great events by famous historians.
[New York] The National alumni [1905]
(OCoLC)647123130
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles F Horne; Rossiter Johnson; John Rudd, LL. D.
OCLC Number: 29273600
Description: 20 volumes illustrations (some color) plates, facsimiles (some folded) 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. B.C. 5867-451.--v. 2. B.C. 450-A.D. 12.--v. 3. A.D. 13-409.--v. 4. A.D. 410-842.--v. 5. A.D. 843-1161.--v. 6. A.D. 1162-1300.--v. 7. A.D. 1301-1438.--v. 8. A.D. 1438-1516.--v. 9. A.D. 1517-1557.--v. 10. A.D. 1558-1608.--v. 11. A.D. 1609-1660.--v. 12. A.D. 1661-1715.--v. 13. A.D. 1716-1775.--v. 14. A.D. 1775-1799.--v. 15. A.D. 1800-1815.--v. 16. A.D. 1816-1844.--v. 17. A.D. 1844-1861.--v. 18. A.D. 1861-1872.--v. 19. 1873-1906.--v. 20. Indexes.
Responsibility: editor-in-chief, Rossiter Johnson ; associate editors, Charles F. Horne, John Rudd, with a staff of specialists.

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