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Willard, Emma History of the United States, or, Republic of America: designed for schools and private libraries. Emma Willard, principal of Troy Female Seminary
Willard, Emma A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification; by William Channing Woodbridge, member of the Geographical Society of Paris
Willard, Emma School atlas to accompany Woodbridge's rudiments of geography Atlas, on a new plan, exhibiting the prevailing religions, forms of government, degrees of civilization, and the comparative size of towns, rivers and mountains. By William C. Woodbridge, A.M. late instructer in the American Asylum. ; Containing the following maps. I. The world. II. Chart of the world. III. North America. IV. United States. V. South America. VI. Europe. VII. Asia. VIII. Africa. IX. Chart of climates and productions
Willard, Emma Ancient geography, as connected with chronology, and preparatory to the study of ancient history: by Emma Willard, author of "A plan for improving female education, addressed to the Legislature of New York," and principal of the Female Seminary at Troy. ; Compiled chiefly from D'Anville, Adam, Lavoisne, and other standard works. ; To which are added, problems on the globes, and rules for the construction of maps. ; To accompany The modern geography by William C. Woodbridge
Willard, Emma A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification. By William Channing Woodbridge, corresponding member of the Geographical Society of Paris
Willard, Emma Woodbridge's school atlas, to accompany The rudiments of geography. Atlas, on a new plan, exhibiting the prevailing religions, forms of government, degrees of civilization, and the comparative size of towns, rivers and mountains. By William C. Woodbridge, A.M. late instructor in the American Asylum. ; Containing the following maps: I. The world. II. Chart of the world. III. Chart of climates and productions. IV. North America. V. United States. VI. South America. VII. Europe. VIII. Asia. IX. Africa
Willard, Emma Ancient geography, as connected with chronology, and preparatory to the study of ancient history: accompanied with an atlas. By Emma Willard, author of "A plan for improving female education, addressed to the Legislature of New-York," and principal of the Female Seminary at Troy. ; Compiled chiefly from D'Anville, Adam, Lavoisne, Malte Brun, and other standard works. ; To which are added, problems on the globes, and rules for the construction of maps. ; To accompany The modern geography by William C. Woodbridge
Woodbridge, William Channing Ancient geography, as connected with chronology, and preparatory to the study of ancient history: accompanied with an atlas. By Emma Willard, author of "A plan for improving female education, addressed to the Legislature of New-York," and principal of the Female Seminary at Troy. ; Compiled chiefly from D'Anville, Adam, Lavoisne, Malte Brun, and other standard works. ; To which are added, problems on the globes, and rules for the construction of maps. ; To accompany The modern geography by William C. Woodbridge
Woodbridge, William Channing School atlas to accompany Woodbridge's rudiments of geography Atlas, on a new plan, exhibiting the prevailing religions, forms of government, degrees of civilization, and the comparative size of towns, rivers and mountains. By William C. Woodbridge, A.M. late instructer in the American Asylum. ; Containing the following maps. I. The world. II. Chart of the world. III. North America. IV. United States. V. South America. VI. Europe. VII. Asia. VIII. Africa. IX. Chart of climates and productions
Woodbridge, William Channing A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification; by William Channing Woodbridge, member of the Geographical Society of Paris
Woodbridge, William Channing Ancient geography, as connected with chronology, and preparatory to the study of ancient history: accompanied with an atlas. By Emma Willard, author of "A plan for improving female education, addressed to the Legislature of New-York," and principal of the Female Seminary at Troy. ; Compiled chiefly from D'Anville, Adam, Lavoisne, Malte Brun, and other standard works. ; To which are added, problems on the globes, and rules for the construction of maps. ; To accompany The modern geography by William C. Woodbridge
Woodbridge, William Channing Woodbridge's school atlas, to accompany The rudiments of geography. Atlas, on a new plan, exhibiting the prevailing religions, forms of government, degrees of civilization, and the comparative size of towns, rivers and mountains. By William C. Woodbridge, A.M. late instructor in the American Asylum. ; Containing the following maps: I. The world. II. Chart of the world. III. Chart of climates and productions. IV. North America. V. United States. VI. South America. VII. Europe. VIII. Asia. IX. Africa
Woodbridge, William Channing Ancient geography, as connected with chronology, and preparatory to the study of ancient history: by Emma Willard, author of "A plan for improving female education, addressed to the Legislature of New York," and principal of the Female Seminary at Troy. ; Compiled chiefly from D'Anville, Adam, Lavoisne, and other standard works. ; To which are added, problems on the globes, and rules for the construction of maps. ; To accompany The modern geography by William C. Woodbridge
Woodbridge, William Channing A system of universal geography, on the principles of comparison and classification. By William Channing Woodbridge, corresponding member of the Geographical Society of Paris