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National Geographic Concise History of Science & Invention: An Illustrated Time Line - National Geographic Society Staff
ISBN: 9781426205446
Publication Date: 2009-10-27
This concise, organized look at humankind's key scientific and innovative achievements spans all human history, presenting 10 distinct eras from the first glimmers of intelligence to the cutting-edge technologies of the modern world. 350 photographs.

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Answer Book: Fast Facts About Our World - National Geographic Society Staff; Kathryn Thornton (Foreword by)
ISBN: 9781426208928
Publication Date: 2011-11-01
A multifaceted reference book for the 21st century, the Answer Book will fascinate with up-to-date, authoritative, and endlessly interesting information about the world today. From earth sciences to astronomy, from climate and habitats to human arts and cultures, from ancient history to cutting-edge technology, and including brief descriptions, flags, and statistics of all the countries of the world, it delivers exactly the kind of quick-dip information that modern readers crave.

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  • A Century Old, the Wonderful Brooklyn Bridge. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1983 May
  • A Go for the Flow. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept. regional edition, 2010 Apr. 
  • Bridge to the Past. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2000 June 
  • Bridges, from Grapevine to Steel. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1936 Mar. 
  • Engineer's Analysis: A Bridge to Maya Past. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 1995 Oct. 
  • Evoking the Past Via Covered Bridges. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 1990 Jan. 
  • Hanging [Zehn]. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept. regional edition, 2009 Nov. 
  • Helping Build a Bridge. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 1998 Jan. 
  • Italy, From Roman Ruins to Radio: History of Ancient Bridge Building and Road Making Repeats Itself in Modern Public Works and Engineering Projects. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1940 Mar. 
  • Monster Bridge for Italy?. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2003 Sept. 
  • New Spans to Cross the Chesapeake Bay. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 1997 Oct. 
  • Over and Under Chesapeake Bay. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1964 Apr. 
  • Prince Edward Island: A World Apart No More. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1998 May 
  • Reader Fixes an African Bridge. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2002 Oct. 
  • Ring Mastered. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2013 May
  • The Washington Aqueduct and Cabin John Bridge. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine, 1897 Dec. 
  • Tiniest Titan. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2012 June 
  • Together Again: Swedes and Danes Build a Bridge. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC magazine dept., 2001 Apr.

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