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Edition: First edition. Stated 1st Anchor edition.
Binding: Trade paperback
Publisher: Anchor Books.
Date published: 2000
Description: Very good. Minor bottom edge moisture paper waves; no staining. Clean text pages. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. 512 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. Current Affairs / Business / International Trade. Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign affairs columnist for The New York Times, journalist Thomas L Friedman offers a study of economic globalization, integrating capital, technology, and information across national borders. Themes of high tech and ancient traditions, geography, ... Read More
Edition: First edition. 1st December 1945 (Priinted November 1945). 338.
Binding: Mass-market paperback
Publisher: Pocket Books.
Date published: 1945
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Small cover blemishes: top spine piece missing, qtr-inch down; also midway and lower corner, small chips. 574 p. Includes: maps, bibliography. Pink page edges. 17 maps. Perma-Gloss protective cover over paper. Black title box, white titles, yellow & gray border; yellow back cover, white info boxes. Preface by Commager. Back cover message: "Share this book with someone in uniform. " List of Pocket Book Titles, single page, torn out, missing. Read More
Edition: No date, circa 1920-1930; 1910 & 1920 census figures included.
Publisher: Rand McNally & Company
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Covers separated to gauze. Prior owner inked in cursive, capitals of countries and states on full-color flag pages. 239 p. Includes maps. Pocket size: 3.5x6in. International maps in color; US states and territories in B&W. Black cloth over boards. Blind-stamped titles and gold, front cover. Maps, lists (chief cities) by countries, states: populations. Read More
Edition: Reinforced binding.
Publisher: Columbia University Press, New York
Date published: 1951
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Contents clean. Binding tight. Covers have edgewear, bumps. blemishes. xxxii, 584 p. 24 cm. Includes B&W Maps. Brown cloth covered boards. Unadorned gold spine titles. An academic compilation of the United Soviet Socialist Republics, gathered and coordinated during the USSR 5-year plan preceeding its puplication in 1951. 27 chapters, 57 maps. Statistical tables; Selected bibliography; Comprehensive Index. Read More
Edition: First, March 1939.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd. / Penguin Guides, London and Maidstone
Date published: 1949
Description: John Bartholomew & Son Ltd., Edinburgh (maps copyright by) Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Pencil marks on front cover outlined Great Britain. 169p. Green-toned Maps, center section. Other maps. Index. Publisher catalogue. Orange, gray, black & white covers. Read More
Edition: Revised and Enlarged 3rd edition. Original 1947; 2nd 1956.
Publisher: A Borzoi Book / Alfred A Knopf., New York.
Date published: 1967
Description: Good in good dust jacket. Jacket has wear at top edges and lower spine. Volume near fine: tightly bound, clean covers; but damp stain to side page block edges only. Blue cloth over boards. xxii, 686, xliii p.25 cm. B&W Photos, Portraits. Bibliographic Notes. Index. U.S. History / African American and World Studies / American Studies / Sociology: Chair of the University of Chicago History Dept., John Hope Franklin begins this history not with the first African slaves kidnapped and brought to the ... Read More
Edition: First edition. Probable 1st.
Publisher: A Simon & Schuster / Madison Press Book.
Date published: 1991
Description: Christopher, Peter (Photographs by) Fine in very good dust jacket. Slight DJ edge wear to sealer. Navy blue cloth over boards; gold stamped titles, spine and front. Numerous color illustrations, maps. Audience: General/trade. Nautical historic recreation: Dyson and Christopher beginning in 1988, set out to answer questions about Columbus: Who was he and why did he set out across 'the green sea of darkness'? In 1990, they joined a crew of Spanish nautical students aboard an authentic replica of ... Read More
Edition: 4th Edition, revised & enlarged
Publisher: The Tuttle Company, Rutland, VT
Date published: 1907
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Front end loosening, missing fep, name in pencil; wear from school use; , small tears, chips; 254 p. Includes illustrations. Photos, maps; Endpaper publisher ads; Historic notes, names, state emblem, imprinted on green cloth covers; Vermont history, civil government notes; suggested classroom questions; author was formerly Vermont State Supt. of Education. Read More
Binding: Mass-market paperback
Publisher: Dell Publishing Company / C.S. Hammond & Co. Inc.
Date published: 1960
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Moderate cover creasing includes corners. Single spine crease. Back spine corner small moisture stain. Interior maps fine. 255 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index. Mass-market (rack) paperback. Green page block edges. Glued binding. Info charts. Designed, produced by Western Printing & Lithographing Co. Audience: General/trade. Gazetteer-Index of the World, 1959. Illustrated Geography and Gazetteer of the World. Social and Economic Tables. Full color ... Read More
Publisher: Werner School Book Company, New York / Chicago / Boston
Date published: 1898
Description: Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Minor cover surface wear. 353-411 p. Includes illustrations. 5x7.25in. Publisher ads front and back pages, back cover. Cover illustration in black ink: earth with dramatic eagle wingsspread, upward, nearly encircling titles. Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massacusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut. Notes, paragraph style, include: Name Origin, Location, Size, Relief, Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Coast, Islands, Forests, Soil, Climate, Agricultural Products, ... Read More
Publisher: New England Hotel Association w/ New England Council
Date published: 1939
Description: Thibodeau, Wm. A. (Map by). Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Age-toning. MInor occasional spots. Includes: illustrations, maps. Ephemera: Fold-out standard road map of the New England States in blue, red, yellow. 12 folded panels, printed on both sides. Tourism promotion: Illustrated with color drawings and B&W photos, this road map invites tourists to the six New England States throughout the seasons. Attractions are listed by state with hotels associated with those locations. A full map of the ... Read More
Publisher: E. H. Butler and Company, Philadelphia
Date published: 1887
Description: Good. No dust jacket. Many pages with old crescent water stains into text and maps. Some lighter, not so noticeable. Covers: spine end wear, Random soiling. 141 p. Includes: illustrations, maps. Illustrations from steel engravings; color maps; charts and text of information, U.S. and all other regions of the world. Dark cloth covered boards; off-white front titles. The known world of the late 19th century, and how it got that way. Read More
Edition: 4th revised edition.
Publisher: H Cowperthwait & Co, Philadelphia
Date published: 1856
Description: Fair. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by previous owner. Prior owner notes in pencil and some colorization. Last page half missing. Possible missing pages. Extensive wear, soiling. Chips to pages. Tight binding. 336 p. Includes: illustrations, maps. Numerous steel engraving-type illustrations, some maps. Black leather binding overlap. Gold spine titles. Peach printed paper covered boards. 4.5x6.75in. Comprising a description of the present state of the World, and its five great divisions, ... Read More
Edition: 8th printing.
Publisher: David McKay Company Inc., New York.
Date published: 1967
Description: Malvern, Corinne (Decorations by) Good in good dust jacket. Ex-library. Bright, clean jacket with two edge tears, library spine label. had been protected; flaps glued inside covers. 214 p. Includes illustrations. Red cloth over boards. Black stamped cover silhouette image. Black spine titles. Jacket in yellow, w/ red, black. Middle East ancient village setting on end papers. Frontispiece: people working in grain field. Historical fiction, religious themes: Young Ruth lives in the land of Moab. ... Read More
Edition: First edition.
Publisher: Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA
Date published: 1976
Description: Fine in very good dust jacket. DJ has back cover print rub, slightest edge wear. Smooth red vinyl material over boards; photo illustrated DJ, reddish-brown. 240 p. Notes and References; Bibliography; Index. Maps; B&W photos; Charts. Audience: General/trade. Three generations are studied in this city renowned for its Islamic urban tradition. Sources were European, Arabic archives, and field research. Brown explains the effects of European intervention in Northern Africa. People were torn, trying ... Read More
Publisher: Canadian Pacific Railway, Canada
Date published: 1929
Description: Good. No dust jacket as issued. Top right edge chipped, slightly soiled; Otherwise tight, very nice. 56 p. Illustrations, maps. Cover: Green text over white, overlay B&W photo of train in mountains; numerous regional B&W photos, maps; Extensive off-the-rail travel info between Calgary and Vancouver, nearly 650 miles of scenery through 5 mountain ranges; Railroad promotion: Banff, Castle Mountain, Lake Louise, Kicking Horse Pass, Wapta and O'Hara, Spiral Tunnels, Emerald Lake, Yoho Valley; ... Read More
Edition: National Edition, 2nd Printing, Enlarged, June 1911.
Publisher: Winsor Publishing Company
Date published: 1911
Description: Very good in good dust jacket. DJ chips, small edge tears, closed where possible. 117 p. Includes illustrations. 6-leaf pull-out chart / map. 9 pages index. 8x12in. Green cloth covered boards, black embellished titles. DJ tan paper w/brown titles. Color maps and charts. US History in synopsis, chronological format. Read More
Edition: 1st edition 1968, revised 1971.
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Date published: 1978
Description: Cartographic Department of the Clarendon Press (Preparation of maps by). Very Good. No dust jacket as issued. Minor edge wear. Back cover top corner crease. Prior store price in pencil, fep. 84 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index. Durable black flexible covers, with "the Earth as seen from Apollo 11 during its journey to the Moon, " courtesy USIS, Ibadan. Tables. Map keys. Maps of the World, including topographical, agricultural; emphasis on Africa, and Nigeria w/ Gazetteers. Read More
Publisher: Ginn & Company, Publishers
Date published: 1900
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Cloth spine color inconsistencies (moderate speckling). Minor corner bumps. Random few stains on back. Penciled notes, rear inside board. 164 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index. Sturdy tan cloth covered boards; dark green stamped globe with sailing ships; blind stamped globe on back. 8.25x10.5in. Color maps. Geared for grades 4-6. Contents: land and water; The Earth; Surface of the Earth; Heat, Wind, and Rain; People; North America; ... Read More
Publisher: Ginn & Company, Publishers, Boston / London
Date published: 1900
Description: Very good. No dust jacket. Loss of consistent cloth color to spine and fold of boards (moderately speckled). Stitched binding strong. Clean inside. Minor corner wear. 184 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index. Main section, plus supplements and map section. Sturdy tan cloth-covered boards; dark green stamped globe, sailing ships; stamped front titles. Rear blind stamp, globe. Supplement, 1899, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Philippines, Guam. Full-page color map plates A-X. Supplement: The New ... Read More