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Imperial royal Canadian world atlas. "An atlas for Canadians." Section on Dominion of Canada edited by: Fred James, Ottawa, Canada. Other sections edited by Lloyd Edwin Smith ... and Frederick K. Branom ... This atlas is published purposely for the Canadian population.

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Published by The Geographical Publishing Company in Chicago .
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  • Atlases, Canadian.,
  • Canada -- Maps

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Edition Notes

ContributionsJames, Fred,, Smith, Lloyd Edwin, 1902-,, Branom, Frederick Kenneth, 1891-,
Classifications
LC ClassificationsG1019 I45 1936
The Physical Object
Pagination4,216p.
Number of Pages4216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14321591M

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