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Cornell's First Steps in Geography. Intended to precede Cornell's
Geographical Series, and to introduce the little pupil pleasantly and profitably to the Rudiinents of Geography. One beautiful volune, child's quarto, with numerous maps and illustrations. 72 pages. Price 45 cts.
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Revised edition, with new and additional maps and numerous illustra
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It includes Physical and Descriptive Geography. Price $1.75. The Primary Geography may be followed by either of the above works.
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