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The peoples popular history of the world

Author: Edgar Sanderson; John Porter Lamberton; Charles Morris
Publisher: Philadelphia, Aldine Press, 1914, ©1913.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Sanderson; John Porter Lamberton; Charles Morris
OCLC Number: 19053423
Description: 10 volumes plates, portraits 23 cm
Contents: I. Ancient and medieval history. --
II. Modern Europe. --
III. American history. --
IV. Great philosophers.--v. Famous women. --
VI. Famous warriors. --
VII. Foreign statesmen. --
VIII. American statesmen. --
IX. Literature of the nineteenth century. --
X. Achievements of the nineteenth century.
Responsibility: by Edgar Sanderson, John Porter Lamberton, Charles Morris, and a corps of eminent writers. Empire edition limited.

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