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A GEOGRAPHICAL READER
BY FRANK G. CARPENTER This book gives a vivid description of Europe in its many aspects as it is today. It takes the children on a persoually conducted tour through every part of the contivent; it shows them what they should see, and it impresses upon their minds what they should know. It is written along commercial and industrial lines, and is made up of the best and latest information, based upon the observations of the author, and verified from the latest government reports. While the book gives due attention to art, it contains more about crops than cathedrals, more about mills than monuments, and more about peoples and their customs than about pictures and paintings. A large number of reproductions of photographs and twelve colored maps are included, together with a full index. CARPENTER'S GEOGRAPHICAL
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