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Victorian-era map of the dominant religions across the world, with five inset maps and a chart showing further detail. Much of the western and northern reaches of North America is categorized as "Other Pagans," as are large swathes of interior South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, and Oceania. The Barbary Coast, from Ceuta to Tunis, is shown as Catholic. Salt Lake City is labeled "Mormon City." 

1. "Mission Stations of British Nth. America."

2. "Mission Stations of South Africa."

3. "Distribution of Man in Europe according to Language," divides European languages into four families: Greco-Latin, Germanic, Slavonian, and Celtic.

4. "Mission Stations of India," also shows languages spoken, dividing Indo-Aryan and Dravidian language groups into Northern Family and Southern Family, respectively.

5. "Prevailing Forms of Religion in Europe (on an enlarged scale)," categorizes five religious groups as follows: Protestant, Roman Catholic, Greek Church, Mohammedan, and Heathen or Buddhist.

6. "Diagram indicating the comparative Progress of Education." This graph purports to show the estimated percentage of children between the ages of 7 and 14 receiving an education, the main religions of the countries also indicated. The top six countries are mostly Protestant, with the Kingdom of Saxony in the leader position.

Condition Description
Color lithograph. Minor split at bottom centerfold, just entering border.