By David Eugene Smith
A historic account of arithmetic in the United States from the 16th throughout the 19th centuries, with concentrations on schooling, learn, and sensible use. mild shelf put on. past owner's identify on entrance pastedown. x, 210 pages. cloth.. small 8vo..
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