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1911 Encyclopedia Britannica

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James Cook James Cowles Prichard James Craggs
James Crichton James Croll James Currie
James Dalrymple Stair James Darmesteter James David Forbes
James David Smillie James de La Cloche James Douglas Morton
James Duffield Harding James Dwight Dana James Edward Oglethorpe
James Edwin Thorold Rogers James Elmes James Elphinstone, 1st Baron Balmerino
James Ewell Brown Stuart James Fenimore Cooper James Ferguson
James Fergusson James Fisk James Fitzjames, Duke of Berwick
James Ford Rhodes James Fraser James Freeman Clarke
James Gadsden James Gairdner James Gambier, Baron Gambier
James Gardiner James Gates Percival James Geikie
James George Smith Neill James Gibbons James Gillespie Birney
James Gillespie Blaine James Gillray James Glaisher
James Grahame James Granger James Grant
James Hadley James Hall (Geologist) James Hall (Judge)
James Hamilton James Hamilton, 1st Duke of Hamilton James Hamilton, 1st Earl of Abercorn
James Hammond Trumbull James Hannay James Hannen, Baron Hannen
James Hannington James Harlan James Harris Malmesbury
James Harrison Rigg James Henry Greathead James Henry Hackett
James Henry Lane James Henry Leigh Hunt James Henry Monk
James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell James Hervey James Hinton
James Hogg James Holman James Howard Harris, 3rd Earl of Malmesbury
James Howell James Hutchison Stirling James Hutton
James I of Aragon James I of Great Britain James I of Scotland

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When published in 1911, this encyclopedia contained over 40 million words in nearly 40,000 articles written by 1,500 authors respected in their fields. For this reason it represented the sum of human knowledge at the beginning of the 20th century.

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