A Geographical Introduction to History

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Note.--The following Bibliography makes no claim to completeness either as regards the infinitely varied relations between human societies and their geographical milieu, or even in respect of the chief questions raised in the present work. The list contains no more than a brief indication of the principal works or articles which will enable the reader to pursue the study of these questions further or which have been specially referred to. This book is perhaps less suitable than any other in the series for a methodical bibliography, however summary. An endeavour has rather been made to provide the reader with a choice of references as varied as possible.


(a) ATLASES

H. Berghaus, Physikalischer Atlas, 1st edn., Gotha, 1849-52, 6 fasc., f∘. New edn., Gotha, 1887-92, 7 fasc., f∘. (a) Geologie, by Berghaus; (b) Hydrographie, by the same; (c) Meteorologie, by Hann; (d) Erdmagnetismus, by Neumayer; (e) Pflanzenverbreitung, by Drude; (f) Tierverbreitung, by Marshall; (g) Völkerkunde, by Gerland I

J. G. Bartholomew, Physical Atlas, vol. iii; Atlas of Meteorology, by Bartholomew and Herbertson, Edinburgh, n.d. [ 1899], f∘, vol. v; Atlas of Zoogeography, by Bartholomew, Clarke, and Grimshaw, Edinburgh, 1911, f∘II

A. Stieler, Hand-Atlas, 9th edn., Gotha, 1905, f∘ [10th Centenary ( 1821- 1921) Edition in course of publication] III

P. Vidal de la Blache, Atlas général, historique, et géographique ( last edn., revised), Paris, 1921, f∘ IV

H. Kiepert, Atlas Antiquus : zwölf Karten zur alten Geschichte, 6th edn., Berlin, 1876, f∘ V

K. v. Spruner, Hand-atlas für die Geschichte des Mittelalters u. der neueren Zeit, 3rd edn., text by Th. Menke, Gotha, 1880, f∘ VI

G. Droysen, Allgemeiner historischer Hand-atlas, Bielefeld and Leipzig, 1880, f∘ VII

F. Schrader, Atlas de géographie historique, Paris, 1896, f∘ VIII

R. L. Poole, Historical Atlas of Modern Europe from the Decline of the Roman Empire, Oxford, 1896- 1902, 4∘ IX

J. G. Bartholomew, Atlas of the World's Commerce, London and Edinburgh, 1907, f∘ X

J. G. Bartholomew, Atlas of Economic Geography, London, 1914, 4∘ Xa


(b) PERIODICALS

Annales de géographie, Paris, from 1891 (with separate annual parts devoted to Geographical Bibliography, published under the direction of L. Raveneau, 1st Bibliography, 1893) XI

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