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Ancient History 4000 Years of Political, Military, Social, and Cultural Developement by Albert Hyma1
Ancient History: From Its Beginnings to the Fall of Rome by Michael Cheilik
Ancient, Medieval & Modern History by John Allison Rickard
The Constitution of the United States by Harold J. Spaeth
English Literature to 1785 by Kathleen McCoy
General Zoology by Gordon Alexander
Harmony and Voice Leading by Edgar W. Williams
History of Philosophy by Dion Scott-kakure
History of Western Music by Hugh M. Miller
Introduction to Calculus by Joan Dykes
Introduction to Film by Robert S. Withers
Latin: An Introductory Course Based on Ancient Authors by Frederic M. Wheelock
Modern European History by John R. Barber
Philosophy by Peter K. Mcinerney
Russian History by Walther Kirchner
Twentieth Century United States History by Daniel Preston
United States History from 1865 by Arnold S. Rice
United States History to 1877 by Arnold S. Rice
World History from 1500 by J. Michael Allen
World History to 1648 by Jay P. Anglin
History of Philosophy by William S. SahakianCOS 2
Biology by Gordon Alexander4
College Chemistry by John Roberts Lewis5
Principles of Economics by Clifford L. JamesCOS 8
History of Europe 1500-1848 by Henry W. Littlefield11
History of Europe Since 1815 by Henry W. Littlefield12
American Government by Wallace S Sayre14
An outline-history of English literature by William Bradley Otis17-18
An Outline History of English Literature, Volume I: To Dryden by William Bradley Otis17
An outline-history of English literature: Volume II: Since Milton by Morriss H. Needleman18
General anthropology by Melville Jacobs20
Political science by G. A. JacobsenCOS 22
Outlines of Shakespeare's Plays by Homer A. WattCOS 25
Best Methods of Study by Samuel Smith28
History of the World Since 1914 by J. H. Landman31
Middle Ages, 375-1492 by Walther Kirchner31
General botany by Harry James Fuller33
German Grammar by Eric V. Greenfield34
French Grammar : A Barnes & Noble Outline by Francis M. Dumont35
American literature by Bartholow V. Crawford49
History of Music by Hugh Milton Miller55
Bible As Literature: The New Testament (College Outline) by Buckner B. TrawickCOS 57
Readings in Philosophy by John Herman Randall59
English Grammar Simplified by George O. CurmeCOS 61
Latin Literature: A Book of Readings by Frederic M. Wheelock80
World Literature, Volume 1 by Buckner B. Trawick88
Handbook in the history of philosophy by Albert Edwin AveyCOS 90
World Literature (Volume 2) by Buckner B. TrawickCOS 93
Abnormal psychology by Walter J. Coville94
American historical documents by Harold Coffin Syrett100
Introduction to Music: A Guide to Good Listening by Hugh M. Miller109
Western Civilization to 1500 by John ChuchiakCOS 110
Western Civilization to 1500 by Walther Kirchner110
Western Civilization from 1500 by Walther Kirchner111
State and Local Government (College Outline) by Joseph Francis ZimmermanCOS 112
A Survey of ancient, medieval and modern history by Stewart C. EastonCOS 115
Freshman writer by Michele CooperCOS 136
Music Theory by George Thaddeus JonesCOS 137
A history of Russia by Walther Kirchner154
Guide to American literature from its beginnings through Walt Whitman Barnes & Noble outline series by James T. CallowCOS 165
Guide to American Literature from Emily Dickinson to the Present by James T. CallowCOS 166
Portuguese Grammar (College Outline) by Raul D'EcaCOS 185

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