Elements of geography, designed for young students in that science. In seven sections. Sect. I. Of the solar system. Sect. II. Of the earth in particular. Sect. III. Of maps and globes. The three foregoing sections contain the scientific, or astronomical part of geography, digested in a clear and comprehensive manner. Sect. IV. Of the different religions, governments, languages, civilization, and commerce of nations, with an outline of universal history. Sect. V. Of political divisions of the earth into empires, kingdoms, or the historical part of geography. Sect. VI. Of natural philosophy; or the properties of matter. Sect. VII. Of chronology

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Workman, Benjamin. Elements of geography, designed for young students in that science. In seven sections. Sect. I. Of the solar system. Sect. II. Of the earth in particular. Sect. III. Of maps and globes. The three foregoing sections contain the scientific, or astronomical part of geography, digested in a clear and comprehensive manner. Sect. IV. Of the different religions, governments, languages, civilization, and commerce of nations, with an outline of universal history. Sect. V. Of political divisions of the earth into empires, kingdoms, or the historical part of geography. Sect. VI. Of natural philosophy; or the properties of matter. Sect. VII. Of chronology. 1809. W. M'Culloch, printer. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008588433. (Accessed September 19, 2018.)
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Workman, Benjamin, (1809. W. M'Culloch, printer) Elements of geography, designed for young students in that science. In seven sections. Sect. I. Of the solar system. Sect. II. Of the earth in particular. Sect. III. Of maps and globes. The three foregoing sections contain the scientific, or astronomical part of geography, digested in a clear and comprehensive manner. Sect. IV. Of the different religions, governments, languages, civilization, and commerce of nations, with an outline of universal history. Sect. V. Of political divisions of the earth into empires, kingdoms, or the historical part of geography. Sect. VI. Of natural philosophy; or the properties of matter. Sect. VII. Of chronology. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008588433
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Workman, Benjamin. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/008588433>.
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