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  1. World Map 50x32 (Paper)

    World Map 50x32 (Paper)

    by Mapping Specialists


    The wall map of the World measures 50"x32." It contains detailed topography, major roads, cities, capitals and much more. .
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    $6.95
  2. Uncle Josh's Outline Map Collection CD-ROM

    Uncle Josh's Outline Map Collection CD-ROM

    by Josh Wiggers


    Outline maps are a foundational part of teaching geography and history. Here are 260+ maps to use year after year, regardless of topic or time studied. Print from the convenience of your home computer with this CD-ROM
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    $26.95
  3. Uncle Josh's Outline Map Book

    Uncle Josh's Outline Map Book

    by Josh and Hannah Wiggers


    Outline maps are a foundational part of teaching geography and history. Here are 100+ maps to use year after year, regardless of topic or time studied. From drawing explorer's routes to tracking hurricanes to depicting the rise and fall of empires, it's here!
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    $19.95
  4. Timeline - Modern World

    Timeline - Modern World

    by Sharon Anderson


    1600 to the 21st Century. Events from the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan to plans for the Security and Prosperity Partnership and a North American Union.
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    $22.00
  5. The Timetables of History

    The Timetables of History

    by Bernard Grun


    A vast and absorbing resource, the fourth edition of "The Timetables of (TM)History" spans millennia of human history. Unlike any other reference volume, this book gives a sweeping overview of the making of the contemporary world by mapping out at a glance what was happening simultaneously, from the dawn of history to the present day.
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    $35.00
  6. The Story of Inventions (Second Edition)

    The Story of Inventions (Second Edition)

    by Frank P. Bachman


    Now updated, The Story of Inventions covers key innovations from the 15th through the 20th century. Divided into four sections: Power, Manufacturing & Production, Communications, and Transportation, chapters focus on the invention as well as the life of the inventor, weaving together true-life stories in a format enjoyable for young and old. Learn about the printing press, steel, computers, steamboats and other inventions that paved the way for the growth of our modern world. Comprehension questions follow each chapter.
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    $11.75
  7. The Daisy Chain

    The Daisy Chain

    by Charlotte Mary Younge


    Written in the mid-19th century, this is a family chronicle about the May family. In the first chapters, their mother is killed and the eldest sister crippled in a carriage accident, leaving Dr May to cope alone with his children. The story focusses particularly on Ethel, a homely but academic and driven girl, who begins by helping the poor and establishing a school for them, but aspires to build a church and encourage them to follow the Bible. Her elder brother Norman is brilliantly gifted but suffers from a sensitive and depressive nature. Sister Flora meanwhile aspires to mix with the gentry. With an underlying moral precept of not seeking one's own glory, the Mays encounter tragedy and joy and improve as individuals.
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    $16.95
  8. The Amazing Grace of Freedom

    The Amazing Grace of Freedom

    by Baehr & Wales


    In spring 2007, Walden Media will be releasing the motion picture Amazing Grace which features the life of William Wilberforce and his 30-year fight to abolish slavery in England. Film producer Ken Wales has now teamed with Ted Baehr of MOVIEGUIDE and author Susan Wales to create a lavish, full-color book about the enduring legacy and powerful faith of Wilberforce.
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    $19.99
  9. Statesman and Saint: The Principled Politics of William Wilberforce

    Statesman and Saint: The Principled Politics of William Wilberforce

    by David Vaughan


    This moving biography of Wilberforce tells the story of his religious conversion in 1784 and his rise to leadership of the Clapham Sect - a group of evangelicals active in political, philanthropic, and religious causes. Under his leadership, the Saints, as they were called, championed parliamentary and prison reforms, missionary endeavors, Bible distribution, and a host of other charitable efforts and organizations. These causes included the Church Missionary Society (established in 1799) and the British and Foreign Bible Society (founded in 1804). Statesman and Saint also describes Wilberforce's unrelenting forty-year crusade against slavery, in spite of many defeats in Parliament. He labored for eighteen years to secure the abolition of the slave trade, enduring personal criticism, deep-seated prejudice, and threats on his life for another twenty-six years before he saw the Emancipation Bill finally passed in July 1833. His influential book, A Practical View, laid the foundation for the moral elevation of the Victorian Era that followed his death only three days after the Emancipation Bill was passed in Parliament.
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    $35.95
  10. Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers

    Spiritual Lives of the Great Composers

    by Patrick Kavanaugh


    This is a compelling and inspiring look at spiritual beliefs that influenced some of the world's greatest composers, now revised and expanded with eight additional composers.
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    $15.99

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