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Topical Analysis of Descriptive Geography, United States History, Practical ...
George S. Wedgwood
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Adverbs Amount analyzed Animals Area Boundaries Cause Celts Central America Classification Climate and vegetation Commanders compared continents Date Decimals Define and Illustrate Definition Denominate Numbers Depressions and drainage Describe Divisions divisor Draw complete map Draw map Earth Effect election Engagements Europe Examples in sentences Extent Farther India Form of government Formation fractions reduced Functions Give examples given to find Iceland Illustrate by examples Important cities Important Facts Improper Fractions Indentation and projection Inhabitants Islands Location Measure mental and written Mental Examples Mental problems Mexico Military Operations Minuend mixed numbers modified Mollusks Movements MULTIPLICATION Names North America Object Ocean Ohio river party Patagonia Plains Plants producing Plateaus projection of coasts Provisions Results Rivers and Lakes Rules Shape simple fractions simple predicate simple subject Solar System Spinal Nerves subtracting subtrahend sults Surface Table land Temperature territory Tropics Volcanoes winds writing the numbers Written Examples Written problems Zone zones—from isotherms
Page 109 - ... the, a simple adjective element of the first class; also by, of death, a simple adjective element of the second COMPLEX SENTENCES.
Page 12 - FIELDS 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 1. Maine 2. New Hampshire 3. Vermont 4. Massachusetts 5. Rhode Island 6. Connecticut 7. New York 8. New Jersey 9. Pennsylvania 10. Delaware 11. Maryland 12. Virginia 13. West Virginia 14. North Carolina 15. South Carolina 16. Georgia 17. Florida 18.
Page 63 - IIIustrate. 1. Division. 2. Dividend. 3. Divisor. 4. Quotient. 5. Remainder. 6. Sign of division. 7.
Page 63 - Rules. 1. To resolve a composite number into its prime factors. 2. To find the common factors of two or more numbers.
Page 83 - Plateaus of 3d order. 4. Importance of Plateaus in structure of Continents. 5 . Character of Plateaus — Soil.
Page 87 - Gold — Silver — Platinum — Iron — Copper — Tin — Lead — Mercury — Zinc — Nickel — Antimony — Bismuth — Manganese — Arsenic.
Page 106 - Classification. 1. Adverbs of Time. 2. Adverbs of Place. 3. Adverbs of Cause.