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The geography of Texas,

Author: Harriet Frances Smith; Darthula Walker
Publisher: Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn and company [©1923]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book is planned to follow two or three years of elementary geography work in which the pupil has learned much of his home region and has had experience in reading maps and globes, in following meridians and parallels, and in seeing relationships that exist between man's work and the land in which he lives. The book is not a state supplement to be used after the rest of the geography text has been covered; it  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harriet Frances Smith; Darthula Walker
OCLC Number: 1106328
Description: xii, 327 p. incl. front., illus., tables, diagrs. maps(1 fold.) 21 cm.
Contents: The busy people of Texas --
Natural regions of Texas --
History, the development of the State from its coastal plain --
Agriculture --
King Cotton --
Other agricultural products --
Live stock in Texas --
Our timber resources --
Wealth beneath the soil --
Manufactures --
Development of transportation and cities --
The schools of Texas --
Texas and world trade --
Appendix --Index.
Responsibility: by Harriet Smith and Darthula Walker.

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"This book is planned to follow two or three years of elementary geography work in which the pupil has learned much of his home region and has had experience in reading maps and globes, in following meridians and parallels, and in seeing relationships that exist between man's work and the land in which he lives. The book is not a state supplement to be used after the rest of the geography text has been covered; it is a text to be used preferably just before or after the regional study of the United States."--

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