Homelands Beyond the Seas: Geography-centered Social Studies

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Iroquois Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1955 - Geography - 504 pages
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Contents

To the Teacher
1
Britain and Northern Ireland
13
The Republic of Ireland Eire
35
Copyright

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Adriatic Sea Africa Agriculture Algeria ancient Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Angola Antarctica Arctic Arctic Ocean Asia Atlantic Ocean Atlas Mountains Australia Austria Balkan Baltic Sea Belgian Congo Belgium Bhutan Black Sea Britain British British Isles Bulgaria Burma canals capital cattle centuries Ceylon China climate coal coast coastal collective farms colonies Congo Congo River continent copra cotton crops Czechoslovakia Danube River Denmark desert Dividing Range east Egypt Ethiopia Europe export factories farming Finland fishing forests France French French Equatorial Africa French Guinea French Somaliland French Sudan French West Africa Germany grains Grasslands Greece Gulf Stream highways Himalayas Hungary important India Indonesia industry Iran Iraq irrigation islands Italy Japan jute Korea land Liberia Libya live located lowlands Madagascar Malaya Manchuria manufacturing Mediterranean Mediterranean climate Mediterranean Sea miles mineral modern monsoon mountains Mozambique nations native Netherlands North Sea northern Norway Pakistan palm oil Peninsula Philippines plains plateau Poland population port Portugal Portuguese Guinea railroads rainfall raised region republic Rhine River rich River Russia Saudi Arabia Scandinavian Peninsula seaport sheep ships South Africa southern Southern Rhodesia Soviet Union Spain Spanish Morocco square miles streams Suez Canal sugar sugar beets sugar cane surface Sweden Switzerland Syria textiles Thailand trade transportation Transvaal Tunisia Turkey United United Kingdom valleys Vatican City West Pakistan World War II Yugoslavia Zealand

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