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Melvil Dewey's bibliographic decimal system and its proposed application for the arrangement and rapid search of scientific subjects contained in bee-journals. (6381.09) 1 edition

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This marvelous little book is an English translation of an extension to the Dewey classification system to encompass the details of apiculture, written by an Italian who discovered the DDC through a French translation. The section of the classification on bee-keeping is expanded to 5 decimal places. The book is dated: Genoa, 31 March, 1902.

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Melvil Dewey's bibliographic decimal system and its proposed application for the arrangement and rapid search of scientific subjects contained in bee-journals. (6381.09)
Translated by: C. Hamilton ... and E. F. Burton

Published 1902 by Printed by P. Gibelli in Bordighera .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Translated From
Italian

The Physical Object

Pagination
23 p.
Number of pages
23

Contributors

  • Translator
    C. Hamilton
  • Translator
    E. F. Burton

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24169366M
Internet Archive
cu31924003207176
OCLC/WorldCat
63339314

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