[Answerland] [EXTERNAL] Question to answer: Identify world history book

Kathleen Veldhuisen kathleen.veldhuisen at chemeketa.edu
Fri Jan 24 09:34:28 PST 2020


Checked our oversized history area at Chemeketa Community College and
didn't find anything comparable.

Regards,

Kathleen Veldhuisen, Reference Librarian

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Chemeketa Community College Library

4000 Lancaster Drive Northeast, Salem, OR 97305

503.399.5203; kathleen.veldhuisen at chemeketa.edu


On Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 8:45 AM Tamara Ottum via Answerland <
answerland at listsmart.osl.state.or.us> wrote:

> Hello Answerlanders,
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> A patron is looking for help:
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> “I have copies from a book, and I'm hoping you can help me find the actual
> book. I checked it out through the Chemeketa system several years ago, but
> I haven't been able to track it down since then.” Other details from the
> chat:
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> ·         page 343 contains a section about South Africa from 1814-1910
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> ·         page 362 contains a section called "Scramble for Africa
> 1880-1912”
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> ·         page 33 contains a section about Southeast Asia 1800-1913
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> ·         Page 299 was about India being colonized by the British
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> ·         The theme of the book was history of the world. I would
> describe it as imperial history of the world that follows timelines. I
> think the timeline went from 10,000 BC to the 20th century. It could have
> been considered an atlas? Every page is on a timeline. It is divided by
> region within time periods.
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> ·         It was an oversized book. It would have been 400 or so pages. I
> think the cover might have been black, and it had a lot of maps. Many of
> the maps were in color and featured how colonization impacted each major
> region
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> ·         It was NOT a textbook. It was not in reference, since it could
> be checked out.
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> ·         It’s not *Timelines of History* by DK, *Nat Geo Atlas of the
> World*, or *Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources*
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> You can find this question (#15194463) in the Shared Followup list in
> QuestionPoint.
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> -Tamara
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> *Tamara Ottum*
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