Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 6 (1833), 313 and facing.

The Primitive Settlements of the Descendents of Noah



Miscellaneous; Illustration

Relevant illustrations:

eng., map (col.)


T Starling


Physical Geography, Biblical Authority, Geographical Distribution, Human Species, Race

    'We purpose, during this and succeeding volume, presenting our readers with a series of Scripture Maps'. Observes that the 'situation in which Noah and his children were placed was very central, and there was ample scope, as their descendents multiplied, to extend their settlements on every side'. The map depicts Europe, Asia, and north Africa, and relates these areas to the descendents of Ham, Shem, and Japheth.

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