8 edition of Fifty years of a civilizing force found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Harry Chase Brearley, with an introduction by Wilbur E. Mallalieu ... and historical appendices comp. by Daniel N. Handy ... with twenty eight portraits and forty one illustrations from photographs.|
|LC Classifications||HG9753.A1 N45 1916|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 323 p.|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||16013170|
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Our ends know our beginnings, but the reverse isn’t true. The presence of Indian traders, and of Indian men of religion as a civilizing force, led not only to a shared common culture, but also an expansion of the textile trade towards the growing markets, to developments of shipbuilding in southern and eastern India, and the entry of Indian merchants into direct trading with China.Fifty Years of a Civilizing Force; An Historical and a Critical Study of the Work of the National Board of Fire Underwriters Daniel Nash Handy 26 Aug Book Summary.
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