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Thread: Historical Atlas for UG?

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    Is the historical atlas that TOG recommends okay for UG? They mention it being for D level.

    Does my UG student need an atlas. I know Usborne has one for younger kids but just not sure if it will have enough.

    I guess I am wondering how you deal with the map work for the UG student.

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    I just found one, but if anyone has any other suggestions.

    This would be a great one for the one 4 years at the grammar level.

    The Kingfishers Atlas of World History: A pictoral guide to the world's people and events,10000BCE - preseny by Simon Adams.

    It looks like it covers Ancient, Medieval, Exploration and Empire and the Modern World. It also looks like these use to be all sold separately but now is combined in one volume.

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