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1st item: S. Augustus Mitchell's SCHOOL ATLAS: COMPRISING THE MAPS AND TABLES DESIGNED TO ACCOMPANY MITCHELL'S SCHOOL AND FAMILY GEOGRAPHY REVISED EDITION. Philadelphia, E. H. Butler & Co., 1871. Includes 34 maps of the world, various countries, and regions of the United States, entered according to act of Congress in 1858 and drawn by Young, indicating that while the information in the tables had been updated, the maps were those published in the 1858 edition. Illustrated boards (heavily worn) and cloth or leather spine (deteriorated), cover detached; maps are in very good condition with scattered foxing/staining and light toning. 11-7/8" x 9". 2nd item: M.F. MAURY'S NEW COMPLETE GEOGRAPHY, SOUTH CAROLINA EDITION, 1917. Published by the American Book Company. Cloth boards with printed letting (worn). Cloth spine worn and delicate. Frontspiece includes full color lithographic illustration of various men entitled "Race Types" (Greek, Scotch Highlander, Sioux, Eskimo, Ute, American Negro, Anglo-Saxon). Profuse black and white illustrations and tables, includes more than two dozen colored maps. At rear is a section specifically on South Carolina. Pages very good condition with light toning. 12-1/4" x 10". Condition: See item description.