Maps on File 2009 by Inc Facts on File
  

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Maps on File 2009 by Inc Facts on File

Maps On File[registered], 2009 Edition is a loose-leaf collection of approximately 500 up-to-date maps - plus a comprehensive index - designed explicitly for photocopying by students, teachers, or anyone who needs a clear, completely current map of any area of the world. The maps cover every country, every U.S. state and Canadian province, all oceans and continents, as well as important economic and political issues in the news.

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The clear and concise layout of the maps and illustrations makes this a unique and unparalleled resource for school and public libraries.

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Format

Loose-leaf
526 pages

Author

Inc Facts on File
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Publication date

15th February 2009

ISBN

9780816077861


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