Catalog Record: Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography : for the use of families | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Peter Parley's Universal history, on the basis of geography : for the use of families.

Related Names: Parmelee, Charles N. b. ca. 1805., Hartwell, Alonzo 1805-1873., Hall, John H. , Devereux, Nicholson B. b. ca. 1813., Hawthorne, Elizabeth Manning 1802-1883., Hawthorne, Nathaniel 1804-1864., Goodrich, Samuel G. 1793-1860.
Language(s): English
Published: Boston : American Stationers' Co. : 1837
Subjects: Kings and rulers > Juvenile literature.
Mythology > Juvenile literature.
Bible stories, English > Juvenile literature.
World history > Juvenile literature.
World history.
Juvenile literature > 1838.
Note: Engraved by John H. Hall, Devereux, A. Hartwell and C.N. Parmelee.
Prepared for Goodrich originally by Nathaniel Hawthorne with the aid of his sister, Elizabeth. cf. G.P. Lathrop. Study of Hawthorne, 1876, p. 171-172; S.G. Goodrich, Recollections, 1856 v. 2, p. 541, (footnote) p. 544.
"Illustrated by maps and engravings."
Physical Description: 2 v. : ill., maps, ports. ; 18 cm.
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