A bird's-eye view of the world. A popular scientific description of the great natural divisions of the globe. Their lakes, rivers, mountains, and other physical features, and their political divisions, and of the peoples that inhabit them. Their growth, distinctive characteristics, languages, and religions, with description and population of all the principal cities. By Onésime Reclus, the famous French geographer and savant. . . .
Ticknor and Company
2p.l., v–xvi, 920p
Another edition: 1892 DCU, MH, NcD, ViU
Section on Utah and the Mormons in which Utah is described as an area attractive to the lower classes and the lawless due to the Mormon Church, p. 670–72
DLC, ICRL, PPL, OCl, OO, UPB, USlC
U.S. Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; Center for Research Libraries, Chicago, Illinois; Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; OCl, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio; Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; Church Historical Department, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah