Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points. Published by George F. Cram, Chicago, Ill. (to accompany) Cram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexedCram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexed. Geographical, historical and statistical presentation of the world in all its divisions : containing a complete series of maps of modern geography, exhibiting the entire world and all its various political divisions to correspond with their state to-day : an elaborate series of authentic historical maps showing the world's progress and development from the earliest times to the present to which is added a historical sketch of astronomical science with a description of the geography of the world. A thoroughly revised, rewritten, and newly illustrated edition By George F. Cram, editorially assisted by Eugene Murrary-Aaron. F.E.S., F.Z.S.E. ... With cooperation of Israel Smith Clare ..., John Klooster, Jr., ... Charles E Arron, A.M. ... Fully illustrated by diagrams, charts, and over 300 half-tone views of the world’'s choicest scenery. Published by George F. Cram, Fulton Building, 130 Fulton St. New York. 61-63 Plymouth Place, Chicago, Il. (on verso) Copyright secured by George F. Cram, 1901Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points

Chicago citation style
Cram, George Franklin, Murray-Aaron, Eugene, 1852-1941. Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points. Published by George F. Cram, Chicago, Ill. (to accompany) Cram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexed,Cram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexed. Geographical, historical and statistical presentation of the world in all its divisions : containing a complete series of maps of modern geography, exhibiting the entire world and all its various political divisions to correspond with their state to-day : an elaborate series of authentic historical maps showing the world's progress and development from the earliest times to the present to which is added a historical sketch of astronomical science with a description of the geography of the world. A thoroughly revised, rewritten, and newly illustrated edition By George F. Cram, editorially assisted by Eugene Murrary-Aaron. F.E.S., F.Z.S.E. ... With cooperation of Israel Smith Clare ..., John Klooster, Jr., ... Charles E Arron, A.M. ... Fully illustrated by diagrams, charts, and over 300 half-tone views of the world’'s choicest scenery. Published by George F. Cram, Fulton Building, 130 Fulton St. New York. 61-63 Plymouth Place, Chicago, Il. (on verso) Copyright secured by George F. Cram, 1901,Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points. 1901. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~273845~90047313. (Accessed December 12, 2018.)
APA citation style
Cram, George Franklin, Murray-Aaron, Eugene, 1852-1941, (1901) Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points. Published by George F. Cram, Chicago, Ill. (to accompany) Cram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexed,Cram's atlas of the world, ancient and modern : new census edition--indexed. Geographical, historical and statistical presentation of the world in all its divisions : containing a complete series of maps of modern geography, exhibiting the entire world and all its various political divisions to correspond with their state to-day : an elaborate series of authentic historical maps showing the world's progress and development from the earliest times to the present to which is added a historical sketch of astronomical science with a description of the geography of the world. A thoroughly revised, rewritten, and newly illustrated edition By George F. Cram, editorially assisted by Eugene Murrary-Aaron. F.E.S., F.Z.S.E. ... With cooperation of Israel Smith Clare ..., John Klooster, Jr., ... Charles E Arron, A.M. ... Fully illustrated by diagrams, charts, and over 300 half-tone views of the world’'s choicest scenery. Published by George F. Cram, Fulton Building, 130 Fulton St. New York. 61-63 Plymouth Place, Chicago, Il. (on verso) Copyright secured by George F. Cram, 1901,Map of the Atlantic Ocean Showing Distances between Principal Points. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~273845~90047313
MLA citation style
Cram, George Franklin, Murray-Aaron, Eugene, 1852-1941. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <https://www.davidrumsey.com/luna/servlet/detail/RUMSEY~8~1~273845~90047313>.
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