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Appletons' descriptive catalogue of school academic and collegiate text-books. Appletons' dictionary of New York and its vicinity. Appletons' illustrated railway and steam navigation guide. Appletons' illustrated hand-book of American cities comprising the principal cities in the United States and Canada, with outlines of the through routes, and railway maps. Appletons' atlas of the United States, consisting of general maps of the United States and territories, and a county map of each of the states, together with descriptive text outlining the history, geography, and political and educational organizations of the states, with latest statistics of their resources and industries.
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American Encyclopedia c.1878 Salesman Sample 18 color litho maps of world rare book atlas

D. Appleton & Company

Daniel Appleton, owner of a Massachusetts general store, opened a book department in with the help of his son, William Henry Appleton. By , after issuing many travel guides, including the best selling European Guide Book, William Henry considered the store a sideline and was concentrating on publishing. With the death of father Daniel in , William was joined by his brothers, John, George, and Samuel. Under William Henry's son, William Worthen Appleton, the company grew to become one of the world's most important publishing houses. In , Appleton merged with Century to create a new company, D.

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Daniel Appleton, owner of a Massachusetts general store, opened a book department in with the help of his son, William Henry Appleton. By , after issuing many travel guides, including the best selling European Guide Book, William Henry considered the store a sideline and was concentrating on publishing. With the death of father Daniel in , William was joined by his brothers, John, George, and Samuel. Under William Henry's son, William Worthen Appleton, the company grew to become one of the world's most important publishing houses. In , Appleton merged with Century to create a new company, D.

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