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Explorers & Discoverers - Volumes 1-7
November 16, 1994
Written in English
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Explorers & Discoverers - Volumes From Alexander the Great to Sally Ride Hardcover – Novem See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions PriceFormat: Hardcover.
For a similar audience, The Grolier Student Library of Explorers and Exploration () provides a more thematic context, with each volume devoted to a specific region or aspect of discovery. UXL's Explorers and Discoverers () has information on or so individual explorers.
Because these works and the Marshall Cavendish set take 5/5(1). Discoverers and Explorers is a classic history text that describes the exploits of several famous world explorers.
Four hundred years ago most of the people who lived in Europe thought that the earth was flat. They knew only the land that was near them. They knew the continent of Europe, a small part of Asia, and a strip along the northern /5(9).
The greater inclusiveness of material makes this a more useful source than the recent World Explorers and Discoverers (LJ 6/15/92). This new title is clearly written and accessible to both secondary school students and adults. Recommended especially for school and public by: 1.
More that world explorers from ancient Greece to space exploration including women and non-Europeans are listed alphabetically in this source Entries are a page or more with selected bibliography and include name and dates with accomplishments and a bibliography for further research.
Illustrations accompany many articles. There is a chronology of exploration by area, area maps with names. Explorers & Discoverers Volume From Alexander the Great to Sally Ride (EXPLORERS AND DISCOVERERS) Hardcover – Ma by Nancy Pear (Author), Daniel B.
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