by Hutton Webster
Publisher: D. C. Heath 1921
Number of pages: 984
This textbook covers the entire historic field, together with a chapter on prehistoric times; it presents a survey of human progress, rather than a chronological outline of events; it is intended for that large body of students who, for various reasons, do not take more than one year of history in the high school.
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