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Complete Atlas of the World (3rd edition)

Complete Atlas of the World (3rd edition) Geography, biography and history Reference Reviews Volume 30 · Number 6 · 2016 · 34-40 explains the non-appearance of John Brown, produces a few titles of library reference value. William Lloyd Garrison, Lyndon Johnson and a Given Dorling Kindersley has built its business lot of other figures who worked for equal rights for and reputation on producing highly illustrated black people but did not rate an entry because books, it is perhaps not surprising that atlases they were white: pressures of space, one supposes. feature in its range of publications. A quick trawl Aside from the great range of subjects it covers, through the company’s website will net a the guide also reaches back well into the number of world atlases, all of which seem to be nineteenth century (although its emphasis is variant versions of the Complete World Atlas, here decidedly on the twentieth). But an unfortunate under review. These include the tenth edition of consequence of Professor Gavins’ ambitious the Reference World Atlas (ISBN 978 1 4093 coverage is that he tells us very little about each 7639 2) at £25, the seventh edition of the topic. So the key entry of Dred Scott v. Sandford, Concise http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

Complete Atlas of the World (3rd edition)

Reference Reviews , Volume 30 (6): 2 – Jan 1, 1

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Geography, biography and history Reference Reviews Volume 30 · Number 6 · 2016 · 34-40 explains the non-appearance of John Brown, produces a few titles of library reference value. William Lloyd Garrison, Lyndon Johnson and a Given Dorling Kindersley has built its business lot of other figures who worked for equal rights for and reputation on producing highly illustrated black people but did not rate an entry because books, it is perhaps not surprising that atlases they were white: pressures of space, one supposes. feature in its range of publications. A quick trawl Aside from the great range of subjects it covers, through the company’s website will net a the guide also reaches back well into the number of world atlases, all of which seem to be nineteenth century (although its emphasis is variant versions of the Complete World Atlas, here decidedly on the twentieth). But an unfortunate under review. These include the tenth edition of consequence of Professor Gavins’ ambitious the Reference World Atlas (ISBN 978 1 4093 coverage is that he tells us very little about each 7639 2) at £25, the seventh edition of the topic. So the key entry of Dred Scott v. Sandford, Concise

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