Introduction to the Study of History
by C. Langlois, C. Seignobos
Publisher: Henry Holt and company 1904
This is not a summary of universal history for the use of beginners and readers of scanty leisure. The book is intended, not as a summary of ascertained facts or a system of general ideas on universal history, but as an essay on the method of the historical sciences.
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