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by Burton F Beers

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ISBN:
0139678948
Author:
Burton F Beers
Category:
World
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prentice-Hall; 2nd teacher's edition (1984)
Pages:
800 pages
EPUB book:
1674 kb
FB2 book:
1161 kb
DJVU:
1628 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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195


Patterns of Civilization is a history textbook by Burton F. Beers. It explores the history of European nations as well as their effect on North America and Asia.

Patterns of Civilization is a history textbook by Burton F. It was published in 1984; volume 1 contains 216 pages and volume 2, which is used as a grade 9 textbook, contains 210 pages. Patterns of Civilization is often used as a standard Grade 8 textbook in Canada, because it introduces students to European expansion, which leads to the topic of Canada as a developing colony in Grades 9 and on.

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Beers, Burton F. Publication date. A textbook history of the world focusing on the development of various civilizations. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Paul Hibbert Clyde, Burton F. I learned a lot about the patterns of civilization. China In Old Photographs,. This book is amazing. com User, April 6, 1997. Now I feel civilized, and more knowledgable about the world. Now that I understand its patterns, that is. It all makes sense now. So what should I do?

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Home Burton F. Beers World History: Patterns of Civilization. Bibliographic Details. Title: World History: Patterns of Civilization. Publication Date: 1983. World History: Patterns of Civilization. ISBN 10: 0139679847, ISBN 13: 9780139679841. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: A textbook history of the world focusing on the development of various civilizations. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service.

A textbook history of the world focusing on the development of various civilizations.
  • Faezahn
This book is great. I learned a lot about the patterns of civilization. Now I feel civilized, and more knowledgable about the world. Now that I understand its patterns, that is. It all makes sense now. So what should I do? Pass this book on to a friend
  • Ishnjurus
My daughter is learning World Civilization from this book, and I am appalled to find so much information (and misinformation) about history in the inclusion of Jesus' life, and the glossy coverage of the wonderful things the church has done for people during its formative years. There are plenty of factual things to cover regarding the influence of the church in European history, without any need to make it seem like it is as true and as beneficent as this textbook does. Overall, the book is history condensed into bullet points, with very little to make it into any kind of in-depth study, but its hidden value judgments make it clear to an adult reader that it has an agenda besides teaching history.