Ontario Public School Geography cover

Ontario Public School Geography


1. Preface
2. An Aeroplane Journey over Canada
3. Hunting and Fishing
4. Lumbering and Mining
5. Food from the Soil
6. Raw Materials, Manufacture, Transportation, Trade
7. Land Forms
8. The Earth as a Whole
9. How the Sun Lights and Heats the Earth
10. Atmosphere, Winds and Rain
11. The Ocean
12. Climate and Life
13. North America, The Continent as a Whole
14. The Dominion of Canada
15. The Province of Ontario
16. The Province of Quebec
17. The Province of New Brunswick
18. The Province of Nova Scotia
19. The Province of Prince Edward Island
20. The Prairie Provinces
21. The Province of British Columbia
22. The Yukon and Northwest Territories
23. Newfoundland and Greenland
24. The United States of America, part 1
25. The United States of America, part 2
26. Mexico
27. Central America
28. The West Indies and Bermuda
29. South America, The Continent as a Whole
30. Brazil
31. Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay
32. Chile and Peru
33. Bolivia, Ecuador and Colombia
34. Venezuela, The Guianas and The Islands of South America
35. Europe, The Continent as a Whole
36. The British Isles, England and Wales
37. Scotland and Ireland
38. Norway, Sweden
39. Denmark and Iceland
40. The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg
41. France
42. Switzerland and Germany
43. Austria, Hungary, Czecho-Slovakia
44. Poland, the Baltic States and Russia
45. Rumania, Spain and Portugal
46. Gibraltar and Malta, Italy, Vatican City and Marino
47. Yugo-Slavia, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece and European Turkey
48. Asia, The Continent as a Whole
49. The Soviet Republics
50. Turkey, Syria, Cyprus and Palestine
51. Iraq, Arabia, Aden and Perim, Persia and Afghanistan
52. India and Ceylon
53. China
54. Japan
55. Indo-China and the East Indies
56. Africa, The Continent as a Whole
57. Morocco, Algeria and Tunis, Libia, Egypt and The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
58. Abyssinia, Eritrea, Somaliland, Uganda, Kenya, Tanganyika and Mosambique
59. Angola, The Belgian Congo, French Equatorial Africa, West Africa and Nigeria
60. British South Africa, Nyasaland and Rhodesia
61. South-West Africa, Bechuanaland, The Union of South Africa and The Islands of Africa
62. Australia and the Islands of the Pacific
63. The States of Australia
64. New Zealand, New Guinea, The Smaller Islands and The Hawaiian Islands
65. The British Empire

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This Ontario Public School textbook, published in 1922, contains some fascinating facts of a world which no longer exists. It seems politically incorrect in some of its descriptions by modern day standards.