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- Page 1 Frontispiece
- Page 2 Copyright
- Page 3 Table of Contents
Index of Maps 4,5
- Page 4 Table of Contents
Index of Railroad Maps 5
- Page 5 Table of Contents
Index of Subjects 6-7
- Page 6 Table of Contents
Index of Illustrations 7-8
- Page 7 Table of Contents
- Page 8 Table of Contents
Maps in Color 9-88
- Page 9 Belgium - Netherlands
- Page 10 Europe Western
- Page 11 Europe Eastern
- Page 12 Asia Western
- Page 13 Asia Eastern
- Page 14 France Northern
- Page 15 France Southern
- Page 16 Germany
- Page Page 17 Austria Hungary Czechoslavakia Roumania Jugo-slavia
- Page Page 18 Denmark
- Page 19 Russia
- Page 20 Balkan States:
Constantinople, Roumania, Bulgaria, Jugo-slavia, Albania, Greece
- Page 21 Turkey in Asia, Syria Palestine Hejaz Arabia
- Page 22 South America Northern
- Page 23 South America Southern
- Page 24 Africa
- Page 25 Alabama
- Page 26 Alaska
- Page 27 Arizona
- Page 28 Arkansas
- Page 29 California
- Page 30 Colorado
- Page 31 Connecticut
- Page 32 Florida
- Page 33 Georgia
- Page 34 Hawaii
- Page 35 Idaho
- Page 36 Illinois
- Page 37 Indiana
- Page 38 Iowa
- Page 39 Kansas
- Page 40 Kentucky and Tennessee
- Page 41 Louisiana
- Page 42 Maine
- Page 43 Maryland and Delaware; Washington
- Page 44 Massachusetts, Boston
- Page 45 Michigan
- Page 46 Minnesota
- Page 47 Mississippi
- Page 48 Missouri
- Page 49 Montana, Yellowstone National Park
- Page 50 Nebraska
- Page 51 Nevada
- Page 52 New Hampshire and Vermont
- Page 53 New Jersey
- Page 54 New Mexico
- Page 55 New York
- Page 56 North Carolina
- Page 57 North Dakota
- Page 58 Ohio
- Page 59 Oklahoma
- Page 60 Oregon
- Page 61 Pennsylvania
- Page 62 Phillipine Islands
- Page 63 Porto Rico and Rhode Island
- Page 64 South Carolina
- Page 65 South Dakota
- Page 66 Texas
- Page 67 Utah
- Page 68 Virginia
- Page 69 Washington
- Page 71 Wyoming
- Page 72 Maritime Provinces
New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia
- Page 73 Quebec
- Page 74 Ontario
- Page 75 Manitoba
- Page 76 Saskatchewan
- Page 77 Alberta
- Page 78 British Columbia
- Page 79 Mexico
- Page 80 Central America
- Page 81 West Indies
Page 82 Isthmus with Completed Canal
- Page 83 England and Wales
Page 84 Scotland
Page 85 Ireland
Page 86 Norway and Sweden
Page 87 Italy
Page 88 Australia
Page 88-A General Pershing's Secret Battle Map which was installed in the United States National museum after the war. It shows the battle line and the location of all Divisions, both enemy and allied, on the western front. The map was corrected daily and was the key to General Pershing's Campaigns and the movements of the American expeditionary force.
Page 88-B American Sector of the Great Drive of the allies, reproduced from General Pershing's secret battle map. General Pershing's Headquarters at Chaumont is shown at the bottom of the map. The Numbers in white indicate the positions of American Divisions
Physical and Commercial Analysis of the World 89-98
- Page 89 Physical and Commercial Analysis of the World:
Gravitation the Einstein Theory
The Solar System
(The Solar System)
- Page 90 Form and Size of the Earth
Density and Mass
Motions of the Earth
Inclinations of the Earth's Axis
Rotation of the Earth
Surface of the Earth
- Page 91 Heights of Land
High and Lowland Levels
- Page 92 Land Changes
Coral Islands and Reefs
- Page 93 The Tides
- Page 94 Monsoons
Land and Sea Breezes
- Page 95 Rivers
(Cotton picking and Weighing)
- Page 96 Sea Animals
Races of Mankind
The Caucasic or White Race
(Indians in Arizona)
- Page 97 Mongolian or Yellow Race
The Ethiopic or Black Race
The Malay or Brown Race
(Density of Population)
(Races of Mankind)
- Page 98 The American or Red Race
Races of Mankind - Ethnic Criteria
Languages of the World
The Leading Countries of the World: Showing Area and Population according to the latest estimates and returns.
Physical and Commercial Analysis of the United States 99-113
- Page 99 Physical and Commercial Analysis of the United States:
Area and Boundaries
- Page 100 Lakes and Drainage Systems.
River Systems of the United States.
The Atlantic River Region.
PICTURE (Temperatures of North America the Isotherms for January)
- Page 101 The Gulf River System
(Temperatures of North America - The Isotherms for July)
- Page 102 The Mississippi River.
(Mount Rainier National Park Washington)
Altitude Map of the United States)
- Page 103 Tributaries of the Mississippi.
PICTURE (Vegetation of the United States)
Crater lake, Crater Lake National perk, Oregon)
- Page 104 The Pacific River Systems.
(World distribution of Coal and Petroleum Fields)
PICTURE (Distribution of the World's Gold, Silver, and Copper Mines)
PICTURE (Distribution of Iron, Lead and Tin Throughout the World.)
- Page 105 Mineral Springs.
Value of Mineral Products.
- Page 106 Copper and Lead.
(Drilling for Oil)
PICTURE (Oil Refining, Oklahoma)
(Gas and Petroleum)
PICTURE (Veins of Coal in An Alaskan Mountain)
- Page 107 Forestry.
PICTURE (Steel mills,Pittsburgh, PA)
PICTURE (Mines of Gold, Silver, Copper, Iron, and Zinc in the United States)
- Page 108 Agriculture.
PICTURE (Coal Fields in the United States)
PICTURE (Transportation on the Mississippi River)
(Jacknife Railroad Bridge, Cleveland)
- Page 109 Reclamation of Arid Lands.
PICTURE (Garfield Flume Crossing, This triple Truss Steel Bridge Carries this Garfield Canal across the Rio Grande.)
PICTURE (Roller Crest Dam, Grand Valley Project, Colorado.)
- Page 110 Climate.
PICTURE (Roosevelt Dam, Salt River.)
PICTURE (The Spillway of the Minidoka Dam, Built on the top of a lava ridge.)
- Page 111 Native Animals.
PICTURE (Buffalo (Bison)in Yellowstone National Park.)
(Annual Rainfall in the United States.)
- Page 112 The Indians
Indian Languages and Tribes
Territorial Growth of United States
Number of Inhabitants of the United States Per Square Mile
- Page 113 National Parks of the United States
Highest and Lowest Altitudes
Physical and Commercial Analysis of the States and Territories
: The United States and Possessions 113-133
- Page 113 Alabama
- Page 114 Arizona
Growth of the United States in Territory
- Page 115 California
PICTURE Scene on a Sheep Farm.
- Page 116 Connecticut
District of Columbia
PICTURE The Capitol at Washington, D.C. behind the capitol is the Library of Congress. In the right background is the senate office building.
- Page 117 Guam
- Page 118 Iowa
PICTURE Union Stockyards, Chicago, Ill.
- Page 119 Louisiana
PICTUREReserve, LA, Hauling Cane to Railroad Cars
PICTURE Reserve, LA, Planting Cane
- Page 120 Massachusetts
PICTURE Drilling in a Michigan CopperMine
North Market Street, Boston,Mass
The Leading Cities of the United States 134
Physical and Commercial Analysis of the Dominion of Canada 135-139
- Page 135 Government
- Page 135 - 136 Areas-Boundaris ad Population; Climate; Minerals; Fisheries; Agriculture; Live Stock
Analysis of Nations: Summary of the Countries of the World 141-142
- Page 141 Summary of the Countries of the World
- Page 142 Summary of the Countries of the World
Maps in Black and White 143-150
- Page 143
Page 143 Arctic Regions
Page 143 Antarctic Regions
- Page 144 Persia, Afghanistan, Baluchistan, and parts of Central Asia
- Page 145 Switzerland
Page 146 Palestine (Jerusalem)
Page 147 Spain and Portugal
Page 148 Japan, Kui-Kui Island and Formosa, Kuril Islands (Chishima), Nagasaki, Tokio Bay, Sakhalin
Page 149 East India Islands
Page 150 Chinese Republic and Korea
Illustrated Gazetteer of Cities and Towns of the World 151-252
Page 151 Aachen to Ainsworth * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 151 Map of Aberdeen, Scotland and Environs
Page 152 Aintar to Amboy * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 153 Amboyna to Ashley * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 154 Ashley to Balta * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 155 Baltimore to Baltimore * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 155 Map of the City of Atlanta, Georgia
Page 156 Baltimore to Beckett * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 156 PICTURE Baltimore Skyline from the Water Front
Page 157 Beckley to Belaire * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 157 Map of the city of Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Page 158 Belbeis to Birkenhead. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 159 Birmingham to Boswell. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 160 Bosworth to Brockton * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 160 PICTURE Avenue Mayo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Page 161 Brockville to Burgdorf * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 161 PICTURE Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY.
Page 161 PICTURE Niagra Circle and McKinley Monument, Buffalo, NY.
Page 162 Burgettstown to Burlington. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 163 Burlington to Canton. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 164 Canton to Chamberlain. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 165 Chambersburg to Charleroi. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 165 Map of City of Buffalo, New York.
Page 166 Map of the City of Chicago, Illiniois, First Section.
Page 167 Map of the City of Chicago, Illiniois, Second Section.
Page 167 City of Chicago, Illiniois, List of Principal Streets.
Page 168 Charles City to Chicago. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 168 PICTURE Harbour of Charlotte-Amalie, Virgin Islands.
Page 169 Chicago Heights to Cleveland.. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 169 PICTURE Automobile Traffic on Micigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Page 170 Cleveland to Cleves (or Kleve).. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 170 Map City of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Page 171 Cleves to Columbiana.. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 171 PICTURE Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Euclid Avenue is at the Right; Superior Avenue at the Left. In the Wauare is the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.
Page 172 Columbiaville to Concord. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 172 Map City of Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Page 173 Concord to Covington. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 173 Map Cork, Ireland and Environs.
Page 173 Map Constantinople, Turkey and Envrirons
Page 174 Covington to Dayton. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 175 Dayton to Dison. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 175 PICTURE A view across Grand circus Park, Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Page 176 Divernon to Dover.. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 176 Map City of Denver, Colorado, USA
Page 177 Dover to Drain.. * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Page 177 Map City of Detroit, Michigan, USA
Page 206 Map of Montreal City
Page 206 Morehead City, N.C. to Morgantown, Ky * Gazetteer of Cities and Towns
Gazetteer of American and Canadian Railroads 253-272
- Gazetteer of American and Canadian Railroads
Giving Latest Maps and Data on the Passenger-Carrying lines of the United States, Canada, and Mexico
Page 253 to Page272 With thumbnail images
- Page 253
- Page 254-a
- Page 255
The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad System and Connections
The Baltimore Ohio Railroad System
Canadian Government Railroad System
Eastern Part of the Canadian Northern Railway and Connections
Canadian Northern Railway Western Part
- Page 256-a
Canadian Pacific Railway and Ocean Services
The Central Railroad of New Jersey
- Page 257-a
The Canadian Pacific and Connecting Railways
The Chicago & Alton Railroad
- Page 258-a
The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway System
The Chicago Great Western Railroad System and Connections
The Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railway and Connections
- Page 260
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway System
The Denver & Rio Grande and the Western Pacific
- Page 261
Chicago and Northwestern Railway
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad
The Erie Railroad and Connections
- Page 262-a
The Colorado & Southern Railroad
Delaware Lackawanna & Western Railroad
- Page 263
The Great Northern and Connecting Railways
- Page 264
The Illinois Central Railroad
- Page 265
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
The Grand Trunk System and Connections
- Page 266
The Missouri-Pacific Railroad System
- Page 267
The New York Central Railroad System
Norfolk and Western Railroad System
- Page 268-a
The Salt Lake Route
New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad System
- Page 269
The Northern Pacific Railroad System
Pennsylvania Railway System and Connections
- Page 270
The Southern Pacific Railroad System and Connections
- Page 271
Seaboard Air Line Railroad and Connections
Southern Railroad Lines
- Page 272
Union Pacific Railroad with Associated and Connecting Lines
The Wabash Railway and Connections
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