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Early European History by Hutton Webster

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Early European History
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Publisher: D.C. Heath & Co
ISBN/ASIN: 1409917622
Number of pages: 884

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This book aims to furnish a concise and connected account of human progress during ancient, medieval, and early modern times. It should meet the requirements of those high schools and preparatory schools where ancient history, as a separate discipline, is being supplanted by a more extended course introductory to the study of recent times and contemporary problems.

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