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Personal Name: Johnson, R. (Richard Hugh).
This is a list of works by Clifton Johnson, American author, illustrator, and photographer. The works are divided into sections based on Johnson's role in publication. What They Say in New England. Columbia University Press. Works by Clifton Johnson at Faded Page (Canada). Clifton Johnson on the HathiTrust. Clifton Johnson on the Online Books Page.
Amundsen, Roald - Race to the South Pole.
Bibliography of encyclopedias: geography. Oxford Bibliographies in Environmental Science. Encyclopedia Of American Indian Contributions To The World - Preface. Secrets Of TheTaj Mahal- National Geographic. YouTube Encyclopedic.
Whereby appeares that from England there is a short and speedie passage into the South Seas, to China, Molucca . A chart of the North Part of America for Hudson's Bay commonly called North West Passage.
Whereby appeares that from England there is a short and speedie passage into the South Seas, to China, Molucca, Phillipina, and India, by northerly nauigation, et. John Davis. London: Thomas Dawson, 1595.
Hugh Johnson has led the world of wine writing in many new directions over the 40 years since his first book, Wine, was published. Indeed, his Pocket Wine is the world's best-selling annual wine book. His unique approach, serious and informed, yet entertaining and unpretentious, has earned him the admiration of wine lovers all over the world.
Alternative Titles: Richard Coeur de Lion, Richard IV of Normandy, Richard the Lionheart, Richard the Lionhearted. Richard I, byname Richard the Lionheart or Lionhearted, French Richard Coeur de Lion, (born September 8, 1157, Oxford, England-died April 6, 1199, Châlus, duchy of Aquitaine), duke of Aquitaine (from 1168) and of Poitiers (from 1172) and king of England, duke of Normandy, and count of Anjou (1189–99).
Having received an education in geography, he taught at Oxford beginning in 1887, until he was named director of the London .
Having received an education in geography, he taught at Oxford beginning in 1887, until he was named director of the London School of Economics. From 1910-1992 he was a Member of Parliament and in 1919-1920 he was the interim British Ambassador in Southern Russia. Mackinder is known for his high esteem in the world of English politics, and internationally, in which he was very notably influential, and also, by the fact that he created some of the boldest and most revolutionary systems for interpreting world political history.
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