Catalog Record: The March of man; a chronological record of peoples and events from prehistoric times to the present day, comprising an historical atlas of 96 pages, comparative time charts in seven sections and 64 plates of illustration | Hathi Trust Digital Library

Navigation


The March of man; a chronological record of peoples and events from prehistoric times to the present day, comprising an historical atlas of 96 pages, comparative time charts in seven sections and 64 plates of illustration. American editors: Albert Bushnell Hart [and] Isaac J. Cox; English editor: Lawrence H. Dawson.

Related Names: McElroy, Robert McNutt 1872-1959., Muir, Ramsay 1872-1941., Philip, George 1870-1937., Dawson, Lawrence H. 1880-, ed., Cox, Isaac Joslin 1873-1956, ed., Hart, Albert Bushnell 1854-1943., ed.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, Encyclopaedia Britannica [1935]
Subjects: World history > Pictorial works.
Atlases.
Historical geography > Maps
Chronology, Historical > Tables.
Note: Includes index.
"Historical atlas ... prepared by George Philip, Ramsay Muir, and Robert McElroy."--p. [11]-96.
Descriptive letterpress on versos facing the plates.
Physical Description: 71 p. 64 plates (incl. ports.), maps (96 p.) 30 cm.
Locate a Print Version: Find in a library
Search

Catalog Search
Bibliographic search (Title, Author, Subject, ISBN/ISSN, Publisher, Series Title, or Year of Publication) of all HathiTrust items

Experimental Search
Full-text search of a small subset of HathiTrust items

Build & View Custom Collections

Go to Public Collections to browse other people's collections. Items from these collections can be copied into your own private collection.

Create your own Private Collection by searching or browsing to find items of interest and then adding them to a collection.

Full-text searching is available within public or private collections, and within individual items.

Close

Search Tips

Phrase Searching

Use quotes to search an exact phrase: e.g. "occult fiction"

Wildcards

Use * or ? to search for alternate forms of a word. Use * to stand for several characters, and ? for a single character: e.g. optim* will find optimal, optimize or optimum; wom?n will find woman and women.

Boolean Searching

Use AND and OR between words to combine them with Boolean logic: e.g. (heart OR cardiac) AND surgery will find items about heart surgery or cardiac surgery. Boolean terms must be in uppercase.

Close