1 edition of The story of geographical discovery found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||G80 .J18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||02027977|
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Excerpt from The Story of Geographical Discovery: How the World Became Known The explorer and discoverer holds a unique place in history.
The fame of the statesman or the soldier who controls or decides the fate of a nation may decline and disappear outside the boundaries of his own land/5(2).
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The North and South Poles offered the last of the great adventures which the unknown regions of the earth set before the ambition and daring of explorers.
Both. The story of geographical discovery; how the world became known, Contributor Names Jacobs, Joseph, [from old catalog] Created / Published New York, D. Appleton and company, Subject Headings. 8 rows · Dec 07, · Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg.
The Story of Geographical Discovery How the World Became Known By Joseph Jacobs With Twenty-four Maps, &c. Page v PREFACE In attempting to get what is little less than a history of the world, from a special point of view, into a couple of hundred duodecimo pages, I.
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Book Description HTML In the Appendix I have given in chronological order, and for the first time on such a scale in English, the chief voyages and explorations by which our knowledge of the world has been increased, and the chief works in which that knowledge has been recorded.
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Oct 05, · Hecatæus of Miletus writes the first geography. Himilco the Carthaginian said to have visited Britain. Herodotus describes Egypt and Scythia. cir. Hanno the Carthaginian sails down the west coast of Africa as far as Sierra Leone.
cir. Pytheas visits Britain and the Low Countries. Jun 27, · The Story of Geographical Discovery How the World Became Known By: Joseph Jacobs () First Page: [Illustration: Arms granted to SEBASTIAN DEL CANO, Captain of the Victoria, the first vessel that circumnavigated the Globe.
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Oct 05, · As in the case of America, geographical discovery was soon followed by political division. The process began by the carving out of a state covering the whole of the newly-discovered Congo, nominally independent, but really forming a colony of.
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However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.Oct 05, · This curious mixture of definite knowledge and vague ignorance on the part of Swift exactly corresponds to the state of geographical knowledge about Australia in his days, as is shown in the preceding map of those parts of the world, as given .