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A chart exhibiting the actual and comparative size of each country, nation, or kingdom : its population as a whole and to a square mile : also the different states of society, forms of government, religion &c.
- Smith, Roswell Chamberlain, 1797-1875
- [Philadelphia : W. Marshall, 1837, c1835]
World map showing religion, government, races of men and state of society. At foot of title: O. Pelton Engraver. Possibly from: An atlas to accompany the productive geography / Roswell Chamberlain Smith. Philadelphia : W. Marshall, , c1835. Includes a table of distances between the chief towns or capitals of the several states also between these towns and Washington the capital of the United States. Insets: Oceanica pop. 20m. -- New Holland.
- Civilization—Maps, Religions—Maps, World maps, and Thematic maps—1835
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