2 edition of regional geography for advanced and scholarship courses. found in the catalog.
regional geography for advanced and scholarship courses.
L. Dudley Stamp
First ed. published under title: A regional geography for higher certificate and intermediate courses. Includes bibliography.
|Series||University geographical series, University geographical series|
|Contributions||Beaver, Stanley Henry|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 v. diagrs., maps.|
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First ed. published, under title: A regional geography for higher certificate and intermediate courses. A regional geography for advanced and scholarship courses.
London: Longmans. MLA Citation. Stamp, L. Dudley. A regional geography for advanced and scholarship courses / by Sir Dudley Stamp Longmans London Australian/Harvard Citation.
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