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How “the Sun’s rays penetrate the atmosphere and strike upon the Earth’s surface in different latitudes.” Physical Geography. 1908.

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Lessons in physical geography

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Elementary Observations: Studying the Solar System {with a Freebie}

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Fig. 12. Parallels and meridians _Lessons in physical geography_ 1901

Fig. 12. Parallels and meridians _Lessons in physical geography_ 1901

“Circulation of the atmosphere.” Physical Geography. 1908.

“Circulation of the atmosphere.” Physical Geography. 1908.

A geologist and photographer taking pictures of the Taal Volcano eruption in the Philippines, 1910, National Geographic.

A geologist and photographer taking pictures of the Taal Volcano eruption in the Philippines, 1910, National Geographic.

vintage astronomy print, Milky Way Galaxy - photographs of various parts of the Milky Way taken in 1895, printed in 1908

1908 Antique CELESTIAL print, MILKY WAY galaxy, photographies of various parts of the Milky Way taken in 1895

vintage astronomy print, Milky Way Galaxy - photographs of various parts of the Milky Way taken in 1895, printed in 1908

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See the Rise of the Motor City: Detroit’s History in Maps

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NASA's Brief History of Geodesy. Geodesy is a field of study that deals with the measurement and representation of the Earth, and it all started when a clever human named Eratosthenes discovered that you could measure the circumference of the Earth by looking down a well.

NASA's Brief History of Geodesy. Geodesy is a field of study that deals with the measurement and representation of the Earth, and it all started when a clever human named Eratosthenes discovered that you could measure the circumference of the Earth by looking down a well.

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