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Paullin, edited by John K. Division of Historical Research. Frequency Plate 4B5 Relative Humidity: Where page refnce to maps are omitted no po4 it'i. Grants for Large Tracts Plate 4225 2.
Expenditures pe r Capita, I, I I, ols: A i', Plate A, D.
New York, II insets: Shenandoah Valley,i inset: In I, soon after the Carnegie Institution of Washington was organized, its Bureau of Historical Research considered the project and received suggestions in the form of a plan from Dr.
Jameson, then professor of American history in the University of Chicago. Nine years later, when work on the enterprise was begun, and after Dr. Jameson had become director of the Department of Historical Research of the Institution, this plan was taken as the basis of the contents of the Atlas.
Jameson closely supervised the enterprise, chose the collaborators, decided on the maps to be included, and in many other ways gave to it the benefit of his wide knowledge and expert judgment. For more than a decade the Atlas has had the advantage of the counsel and support of Dr.
Merriam who in i92i became president of the Carnegie Institution. The Institution is exceedingly grateful for the assistance rendered by numerous scholars and institutions who in one capacity or another had a share in making the Atlas. The work of several research associates and assistants of the Institution deserves especial mention.
The late Professor Frederick J. Turner contributed many valuable suggestions respecting plans and maps. Libby of the University of North Dakota assisted in planning the maps illustrating states and territories; and Professor Frank H.
Professor Max Farrand, now director of research in the Henry E. Huntington Library, made the initial plans for the series on economic and social history.
Reeves of the University of Michigan worked upon problems connected with the peace negotiations of II and the subsequent disputes over international boundaries.Atlas of the historical geography of the United States, by Charles O.
Paullin, edited by John K. Wright. Full text of "A manual of the Chaldee language: containing a Chaldee grammar, chiefly from the German of Professor G.
B. Winer, a chrestomathy, consisting of selections from the targums, and including notes on the Biblical Chaldee, and a vocabulary adapted to the chrestomathy, with an appendix on the Rabbinic and Samaritan dialects" See other formats.
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In Gustav von Schmoller und die deutsche geschichtliche Volkswirtschaftslehre. Hildebrand. 2d ed.
Gustav von Schmoller () als Historiker. by Friedrich Hayek. Cette science ne saurait etre une science philologique ni archeologique ni de quelque autre nature.
ou bien a expliquer le sujet d'une scene mythologique ou autre. l'archeologue s'attachant a retablir le plan d'un sanctuaire antique. plan, however, would have been unsatisfactory to many readers, and would have fulfilled but imperfectly the task I set out to perform.