Catalog Record: Lippincott's new gazetteer : a complete pronouncing gazetteer or geographical dictionary of the world, containing the most recent and authentic information respecting the countries, cities, towns, resorts, islands, rivers, mountains, seas, lakes, etc., in every portion of the globe | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Lippincott's new gazetteer : a complete pronouncing gazetteer or geographical dictionary of the world, containing the most recent and authentic information respecting the countries, cities, towns, resorts, islands, rivers, mountains, seas, lakes, etc., in every portion of the globe / ed. by Angelo Heilprin and Louis Heilprin.

Other Authors: Heilprin, Louis, 1851-1912., Heilprin, Angelo, 1853-1907.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia ; J.B. Lippincott, 1916, c1911.
Subjects: Geography > Dictionaries.
Note: On t.-p.: With a conspectus of the thirteenth census of the United States.
First published 1855. The present publication, printed from new type from the title-page to cover, is a new work, embodying little more than the framework of its predecessor, together with its system of pronunciation.
Physical Description: x, 2105 p. ; 28 cm.
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