|Statement||by Sidney Morse...with introduction and booklists by Jesse Lee Bennett.|
|Contributions||Bennett, Jesse Lee, 1855-|
|LC Classifications||BD241 .M6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||25009943|
I was very disappointed in this book of hisotrical maps and sent them back immediately. To add insult to injury, the attached CD was of American, rather than World History maps. Firstly the maps are extremely simplified and appear hand s: Books shelved as general-knowledge: A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari, The. If you like a tipple on your travels, see how much 'knowledge' you've soaked up in our world booze quiz Published: 24 Oct Travel quiz: wine, beer and spirits of the world. This quiz game has 3 difficulty levels. Currently you’re on level 1 (the easiest). Before you go to the next level we’d recommend to take other quizzes like “Countries of North America”, “Countries of South America”, “Countries of Europe”, “Countries of Asia”, “Countries of Africa” and “Countries of Australia”. They will help you to prepare for the next levels.
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