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MITCHELL’S SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY.

THIRD REVISED EDITION.

A SYSTEM OF

MODERN GEOGRAPHY,

COMPRISING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PRESENT STATE OF THE


WORLD,


AND ITS FIVE GREAT DIVISIONS,

AMERICA, EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA AND OCEANICA,

WITH THEIR SEVERAL


EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, STATES, TERRITORIES, ETC.

EMBELLISHED BY NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS.

ADAPTED TO THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH.

ILLUSTRATED BY AN

ATLAS OF TWENTY-EIGHT MAPS,

DRAWN AND ENGRAVED TO ACCOMPANY THE WORK.


BY S. AUGUSTUS MITCHELL.


PHILADELPHIA:
THOMAS, COWPERTHWAIT & CO.
1851.


(c) Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association, Deerfield MA. All rights reserved.
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In the mid-19th century Americans were quite proud of their growing network of canals that were opening up farming and factory sections in the middle of the country to more trade with the large eastern cities. It was less expensive to move goods by canal than by over-land wagon.

 

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"A System of Modern Geography, Comprising a Description of the Present State of the World..."

publisher   Thomas, Cowperthwait and Company
author   Samuel Augustus Mitchell (1792-1868)
date   1851
location   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
height   6.75"
width   4.25"
process/materials   printed paper, ink
item type   Books/Textbook / Schoolbooks
accession #   #L00.048


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Canal Construction

"A Practical System of Modern Geography"

"Geography Made Easy"


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