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THE SERIES OF

Historical Maps

(Galled the Illustrative Historical Chart)

A series of twenty-two maps is universally considered the best and cheapest Historical Maps published. They make history objective, attractive, interesting, correlate it with geography, and give clear and definite ideas. They cover a larger scope of history than any other maps.

Features

Recommendations

Military Campaigns of the Wars
Territorial Development

Discoveries
Administrative

Political Parties
Slavery Struggles for Territory

Early Grants of Land
Early Claims to Territory

etc., etc.

MUNCIE, IND., July 6, 1902. After a careful examination of the Series of Historical maps. I recommended them to the Muncie City School Board for use in the schools. I recommend them to others as the most complete maps in their line, published. It seems to me they are invaluable aids to the comprehension of the most important struggles of this country. Respectfully,

W. R. SNYDER. Superintendent.

WILLIAMSPORT, IND., July 3, 1902. I have examined the Series of Historical Maps and believe them to be a most excellent help in the instruction of history. I can strongly recommend them, and hope that all schools having seventh and eighth grade pupils will be supplied with them. W.J.BADER, County Superintendent.

Peru, IND., July 29, 1902. To whom it may concern: After a careful examination of the series of Historical Maps I am fully convinced that it is a work which deserves great merit. As an aid in teaching History its value cannot be overestimated. The pupil learns by seeing what heretofore he has been compelled to learn by commiting. I hope the Trustees of Miami County will be able to put at least some of the charts in their schools. Very respectfully,

E. H. ANDREWS, Sup't Miami Co. Schools.

FOR SALE

Reference Manual and Outlines of

U. S. History

Features

1. Systematic Historical Chain of Events. 2. Comprehensive Outline of all Financial Policies. 3. Unique, specially copyrighted, Campaign War

Maps. 4. Political Parties--Origin, Leaders, Principles,

and Downfall. 5. All Important Treaties made by the United

States. 6. Movement Towards Confederation. 7. Noted American Authors and Historical Liter

ary Productions. 8 Famous Sayings of Great Historical Characters.

These are quotations from parties

using the maps “My teachers feel they can no longer teach history without your maps. M188 BUCHANAN, Prin. Woudlawn School, Kansas City, Mo.

“Enclosed find draft for your Historical Chart. I changed schools this year and find I can not get along without your chart."-Prin. H. W. McKBAN, Kansas City, Kan.

MAPS SENT ON APPROVAL

For information write

Price, 306. Money refunded if book

is not satisfactory.

E. G, Foster

Topeka, Kan.

E. G. Foster, Topeka, Kan.

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