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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-259

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EVENING CLASSES 259 The Map of Europe in 1866 Nine Lectures Western Europe France-Its natural features population great cities frontier towns and fortresses II The Low Countries Belgium-Kingdom of the Netherlands III -V Central Europe Germany-Natural features- Mountain lands of Southern and Central Germany Plains of the North Political Divisions- Austrian Germany-Prussia-The smaller States -Sleswig-Holstein-Present aspect of Germany VI The Scandinavian Countries Denmark Sweden and Norway VII Eastern Europe Russia-Poland-The Danubian Principalities VIII IX Southern Europe Italy-Natural features of the Italian peninsula-Apennine region-The Lum- bard plain-The Venetian territory-The Austrian and Italian border line The Fortresses of Austrian Italy January to March The United States Four Introductory Lectures II Early discoveries and settlements on the North American continent-The Virginia" of the six- teenth century-Raleigh's efforts at Colonization -Voyage of the Pilgrim Fathers"-The Puritan Settlements of New England Settlements in Maryland Pennsylvania the Carolinas Ac III The British American Provinces in 1775-The War of Independence IV The United States in 1783-Area population resources
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