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Atlas of the World
call number: ATLAS G 1021 .G4125 2014
The high-quality, satellite images and cartographic rendering of world statistics make this atlas stand out.
The Statesman's Year-Book
call number: REF JA51.S7 (Ref. desk)
A superb handbook on each country's geography, population, culture, history, constitution, political structure, and economic date.
The World Almanac
call number: REF AY67.N5W7 (Ref. desk)
Who's the governor of Hawaii? What's the tallest mountain in Antarctica? Answer these questions and more with this record of the who, what, and where of the world.
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