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Early-printed books in the Library of the University of Sheffield
University of Sheffield. Library.
Issued ... for the Opening of the Edgar Allen Library by H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 26th April, 1909.
|Statement||compiled by G.C. Moore Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, G. C. Moore.|
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The book makes complicated ideas approachable through the effective use of case studies and a firm grasp of contemporary debates' - Peter Jackson, Professor of Human Geography, University of Sheffield. Practising Human Geography is a critical introduction to key issues in the practice of human geography, informed by the question 'how do. The University press, ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Smith, G. C. Moore (George Charles Moore), Early-printed books in the library of the University of Sheffield, English to ([Cambridge: Printed at the University press, ]), also by University of Sheffield. Library (page images at HathiTrust).
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