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General subject area shelf-marks

001 Knowledge

001.4 Research

004 Data processing; Computer science

016 Bibliographies and catalogues of works on specific subjects or in specific disciplines

020 Library and information sciences

020.1 Standard subdivisions

025 Operations of libraries, archives, information centres

025.04 Automated information storage and retrieval systems

025.4 Subject analysis and control

025.5 Services to users

027 General libraries, archives, information centres

027.009 Historical and persons treatment

027.5 Government libraries

027.7 College and university libraries

027.8 School libraries

028 Reading and use of other information media

028.5 Reading and use of other information media by children and young adults

028.7 Use of books and other media as sources of information

028.9 Reading interests and habits

030 General encyclopaedic works

031.02 American – Books of miscellaneous facts

070 Documentary media, educational media, news media; journalism; publishing

070.5 Standard subdivisions of documentary media, educational media, news media; journalism; publishing 

109 Historical and collected persons treatment of philosophy

121 Epistemology (Theory of knowledge)

128 Humankind

128.3 Attributes and faculties

128.4 Human action and experience

128.5 Human death

133 Parapsychology and occultism

142 Critical philosophy

142.78 Existentialism

146 Naturalism and related systems and doctrines

147 Pantheism and related systems and doctrines

150 Psychology

150.1 Philosophy and theory

150.287 Testing and measurement

150.72 Experimental research

150.9 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

152 Sensory perception, movement, emotions, psychological drives

152.4 Emotions and feelings

153 Conscious mental processes and intelligence

153.15 Learning

153.3 Imagination and imagery

153.4 Cognition (Knowledge)

153.6 Communication

153.83 Volition (Will) – Choice and decision

153.9 Intelligence and aptitudes

154 Subconscious and altered states and processes

154.2 The subconscious

155 Differential and developmental psychology

155.2 Individual psychology

155.3 Sex psychology and psychology of the sexes

155.4 Child psychology

155.5 Psychology of young adults

155.6 Psychology of adults

155.7 Evolutional psychology

155.9 Environmental psychology

156 Comparative psychology

157 Abnormal and clinical psychologies

158 Applied psychology

158.1 Personal improvement and analysis

158.2 Interpersonal relations

158.3 Counselling and interviewing

158.4 Leadership

158.7 Industrial psychology

160 Logic

170 Ethics (Moral philosophy)

171 Systems and doctrines

171.3 Perfectionism

172 Political ethics

172.2 Duties of states and governments

174 Economic, professional, occupational ethics

174.2 Medical professions

174.9 Other professions and occupations

175 Ethics of recreation and leisure

175.4 Athletics and games of skill

176 Ethics of sex and reproduction

177 Ethics of social relations

177.7 Love

179 Other ethical norms

179.1 Respect for life and nature

180 Ancient, medieval, Oriental philosophy

182 Pre-Socratic Greek philosophies

184 Platonic philosophy

185 Aristotelian philosophy

188 Stoic philosophy

189 Medieval Western philosophy

189.2 Patristic philosophy

189.4 Scholastic philosophy

190 Modern Western philosophy

190.9 Historical and geographical treatment

191 United States and Canada

192 British Isles

193 Germany and Austria

194 France

197 Soviet Union

197.1 Finland

200.1 Philosophy and theory

                200.7 Education, research, related topics

200.8 Religion with respect to kinds of persons

                200.9 Historical, geographical, persons treatment of religion

201 Philosophy and theory of Christianity

204 Special topics

207 Education, research, related topics of Christianity

                207.3 Research and topics related to research and education

207.5 Colleges, universities, secular secondary schools in specific continents, countries, localities in the modern world

210 Natural theology

211 Concepts of God

                211.6 Humanism and secularism

215 Science and religion

                215.04 Including cybernetics

220 Bible

220.5 Modern versions and translations

220.6 Interpretations and criticism (Exegesis)

221 Old Testament

222 Historical books of Old Testament

                222.3 Judges and Ruth

                222.7 Ezra (Esdras 1)

223 Poetic books of Old Testament

                223.2 Psalms

225 New Testament

226 Gospels and Acts

                226.5 John

                226.8 Parables

230 Christian theology; Christian doctrinal theology

                230.01-.09 Standard subdivisions

                230.2-.9 Doctrines of specific denominations and sects

231 God

                231.042 Ways of knowing God

                231.1 God the Father

                231.2 God the Son

                231.4 Attributes

231.7 Relation to the world. Examples: relation to nature, sovereignty: God’s relation to individual believers

232 Jesus Christ and his family; Christology

232.8 Divinity and humanity of Christ

232.9 Family and life of Jesus

233 Humankind

                233.1 Creation and fall

                233.5 Nature; Including body, soul, spirit; as image and likeness of God, as child of God

234 Salvation (Soteriology) and grace

                234.1 Kinds and means of grace: actual and sanctifying grace

234.2 Faith and hope

                234.5 Repentance and forgiveness. Including atonement, reconciliation

236 Eschatology

                236.2 Future state (Life after death)

238 Creeds, confessions of faith, covenants, catechisms

                238.2 Roman Catholic

239 Apologetics and polemics

                239.2 Polemics against Jews in apostolic times

240 Christian moral and devotional theology

241 Moral theology

                241.04 Specific denominations and sects

                241.4 Virtues

                241.5 Codes of conduct

242 Devotional literature

                242.2 Prayers and meditations for daily use

                242.3 Prayers and meditations for the church year

242.4 Prayers and meditations for use in times of illness, trouble, bereavement

                242.6 Prayers and meditations for specific classes of persons

                242.7 Specific prayers and groups of prayers

242.8 Collections of prayers

245 Texts of hymns

246 Use of art in Christianity

248 Christian experience, practice, life

                248.2 Religious experience

248.3 Worship

248.4 Christian life and practice

248.5 Witness bearing

248.8 Guides to Christian life for specific classes of persons

252 Texts of sermons

                252.5 For specific classes of persons

252.6 For church and public occasions

253 Pastoral office and work (Pastoral theology)

                253.5 Counselling and spiritual direction

255 Religious congregations and orders

                255.1-.7 Roman Catholic orders of men

                255.9 Roman Catholic orders of women

259 Activities of the local church

259.2 Activities with young people

261 social theology and interreligious relations and attitudes – Attitude of Christianity and the Christian church toward and influence on secular matters, attitude toward other religions, interreligious relations

261.2 Christianity and other systems of belief

261.5 Christianity and secular disciplines

261.7 Christianity and political affairs

261.8 Christianity and socioeconomic problems

262 Ecclesiology

262.0011 Ecumenicalism

262.1 Governing leaders of churches

262.2 Local church in church organisation

262.5 General councils

262.9 Church law and discipline

263 Days, times, places of religious observance

263.04 Special topics

263.9 Church year and other days and times

264 Public worship; ceremonies, rites, services (liturgy and ritual)

264.02 Roman Catholic Church

264.03 Anglican churches: the Book of Common Prayer

265 Sacraments, other rites and acts

265.1 Baptism

265.2 Confirmation

265.4 Holy Orders

265.5 Matrimony

265.7 Viaticum and anointing the sick

266 Missions

267 Associations of religious work

267.6 Of young adults

268 Religious education

268.2 Buildings and equipment

268.3 Personnel

268.4 Religious education of specific groups

268.7 Services

268.8 Specific branches, denominations, and sects

270 Historical, geographical, persons treatment of organised Christian church (Church history)

270.01-.06 Standard subdivisions

270.2 Period of ecumenical councils, 325-787

271 Religious congregations and orders in church history

271.1 Benedictines

271.7 Roman Catholic orders of men not  otherwise provided for

271.9 Congregations and orders of women

272 Persecutions in general church history

                272.1 Of Apostolic Church by imperial Rome

274 Treatment by continent, country, locality – Christian church in Europe

282 Roman Catholic Church

                282.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

282.4-.9 Treatment by continent, country, locality

283 Anglican churches

                283.4-.9 Treatment by continent, country, locality

289 Other denominations and sects

                289.9 Others

290 Comparative religion and religions in other than Christianity

291 Comparative religion

                291.07 Education, research, related topics of religions

                291.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

                291.1 Religious mythology, social theology, interreligious relations and attitudes

                291.2 Doctrines

                291.3 Public worship and other practices

291.4 Religious experience, life, practice

291.5 Moral theology

291.6 Leaders and organisation

291.7 Missions, religious training and education

292 Religions other than Christianity – Classical (Greek and Roman) religion

292.1-.9 Specific elements

294 Religions of Indic origin

                294.3 Buddhism

294.5 Hinduism

295 Zoroastrianism (Mazdaism, Parseeism)

296 Judaism

297 Islam and religions originating in it

                297.1 Sources, social theology, relations, attitudes of Islam

297.4 Islamic religious experience, life, practice

299 Other religions

                299.1-.4 Of Indo-European, Semitic, North African, North and West Asian, Davidian origin

                299.5 Of East and Southeast Asian origin – Taoism

                299.9 Of other origin

301 Sociology and anthropology

303 Social processes

                303.3 Coordination and control: power, policy formulation

                303.4 Social change

303.6 Conflict; class conflict in a specific area of social relations with the subject in sociology; e.g., racial conflict

304 Factors affecting social behaviour

304.2 Human ecology

304.6 Population

305 Social groups

                305.2 Age groups; comprehensive works on the generation gap

305.3 Men and women

                305.4 Women

                305.5 Social classes

305.6 Religious groups

305.7 language groups

305.8 Racial, ethnic, national groups

305.9 Occupational and miscellaneous groups

306 Culture and institutions

306.08 Indigenous racial, ethnic, national groups

306.3 Economic institutions

306.4 Cultural institutions

306.6 Religious institutions

306.8 Marriage and family

306.9 Institutions pertaining to death

307 Communities

307.1 Planning and development

307.7 Specific kinds of communities

320 Political science (Politics and government)

320.1 The state

320.5 Political ideologies; biography of political thinkers identified with specific ideologies

320.9 Political situation and conditions; historical and geographical treatment of politics and government; history, description, critical appraisal of political institutions and forms

321 Systems of governments and states

321.06 Small states; including city-states, ministates

322 Relation of the state to organised groups and their members; Relation of the state to groups other than regular political parties

322.1 Religious organisations and groups: church and state

322.3 Business and industry

322.4 Political action groups

323 Civil and political rights

323.1 Civil rights of nondominant aggregates, political rights of nondominant aggregates

323.3 Young people

323.4 Specific civil rights; limitation and suspension of civil rights

323.6 Citizenship and related topics

325 International migration and colonisation

325.2 Emigration

327 International relations

330 Economics

330.9 Geographical treatment (Economic geography)

331 Labour economics

331.1 Labour force and market

331.7 Labour by industry and occupation

331.8 Meditation

333 Land economics

333.1 Public ownership and control of land and other natural resources

333.3 Individual (Private) ownership and control of land and natural resources

333.9 Other natural resources

335 Socialism and related systems

335.4 Marxian systems

335.6 Fascism. Examples: falangism, national socialism

335.8 Anarchism

338 Production

338.9 Economic development and growth

341 International law

341.2 The world community

341.4 Jurisdiction and jurisdictional relations of states

342 Constitutional and administrative law

342.02 Basic instruments of government: constitutions, municipal charters

342.3-.9 Specific jurisdictions and areas

344 Social, labour, welfare, health, safety, education, cultural law

344.3-.9 Specific jurisdictions and areas

350 Public administration and military science

351 Administration of central governments

361 Social problems and social welfare in general

361.06 Guidance and related services. Services directed towards enabling individuals and groups to assist themselves. Examples: citizens advice bureaus

361.7 Private action

362 Social welfare problems and services

362.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

362.1 Physical illness

362.2 Mental and emotional illness and disturbances: mental handicaps that consist of mental retardation combined with mental illness

362.4 Problems of and services to people with physical disabilities. Regardless of cause

362.5 Problems of and services to the poor: services to homeless people

362.7 Problems of and services to young people

362.8 Problems of and services of other groups

363 Other social problems and services

363.1 Public safety programs

363.5 Housing

363.7 Environmental problems and services

364 Criminology

364.1 Criminal offenses

364.3 Offenders

365 Penal and related institutions

365.4 Institutions for specific classes of inmates

370 Education

370.1 Philosophy, theories, general aspects

370.2 Testing and measurement

370.6 Management

370.7 Education, research, related topics

371 School organisation and management; special education: schools and school systems, school policy

371.001-.005 & 371.007-.009 Standard subdivisions

371.02 Private schools and school systems: publicly supported private schools, schools not under the control of the government

371.1 Teaching and teaching personnel: personnel management

370.7 Education, research, related topics

371 School organisation and management; special education: schools and school systems, school policy

371.001-.005 & 371.007-.009 Standard subdivisions

371.02 Private schools and school systems: publicly supported private schools, schools not under the control of the government

371.1 Teaching and teaching personnel: personnel management

371.2 Education, research, related topics

371.3 Methods of instruction and study

371.4 Guidance and counselling

371.5 School discipline. Overseeing student conduct

371.6 Physical plant

                371.7 School health and safety

371.8 The student

371.9 Special education

372 Elementary education

                372.01 Philosophy and theory

372.1 Organisation and management of elementary education; curriculums

372.2 Levels of elementary education

372.3 Science, technology, health

372.4 Reading

372.5 Creative and manual arts

372.6 Language and literature

372.7 Mathematics

372.8 Other studies

372.9 Historical, geographical, persons treatment of elementary education

373 Secondary education

                373.01 Philosophy and theory

                373.07 Education, research, related topics

                373.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

                373.1 Organisation and management of secondary education; curriculums

373.2 Types and levels of secondary education

373.3-.9 Secondary education and schools by specific continents, countries, localities

374 Adult education

                374.01 Adult education for specific objectives

                374.02 Methods of instruction and study

                374.1 General topics

                374.2 Group education, use of electronic and mass media, institutions and agencies

                374.8 Schools

                374.9 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

375 Curriculums

                375.001 Planning, design, construction

                375.006 Evaluation and revision

                375.008 Curriculums and courses of study directed toward specific objectives

                375.009 Geographical and persons treatment

376 Education of women

376.9 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

377 Schools and religion

                377.1 Religion and secular education

                377.6 Mission schools. Schools operated by religious bodies as part of their missionary work

                377.8 Schools supported by Christian groups

378 Higher education

378.01 Higher education for specific objectives. Including evaluation of effects and effectiveness

378.03 Alternative (Nontraditional) higher education. Examples: free universities, open universities, universities without walls; external degrees, independent study plans, learner-centred education, open learning

378.1 Organisation and management; curriculums

378.2 Academic degrees

378.3 Student finances

378.4-.9 Higher education and institutions by specific continents, countries, localities in the modern world: directories

379 Government regulation, control, support of education

                379.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

                379.1 Finance, supervision, control of public education

                379.2 Public education and the state

379.4-.9 Government regulation, control, support of public education by specific continents, countries, localities in the modern world 

382 International commerce (Foreign trade): trade between nations and their colonies, protectorates, trusts

                382.9 Trade agreements and their implementation

383 Postal communication

                383.1 Mail handling

387 Water, air, space transportation

                387.2 Ships

388 Transportation. Ground transportation

                388.1 Roads and highways

390 Customs, etiquette, folklore

                390.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment of customs

392 Customs of life cycle and domestic life

                392.1 Birth, puberty, majority

                392.5 Wedding and marriage

393 Death customs

                393.9 Mourning

394 General customs

                394.3 Recreational customs. Example: dances, games, toys. Including gambling

395 Etiquette (Manners). Prescriptive and practical works on social behaviour

398 Folklore

                398.01 Philosophy and theory: specific theories 

                398.04 Special topics

398.09 Historical, geographical, persons treatment of sociology of folklore

398.2 Folk literature. Folklore as literature: literary appraisal and criticism, interdisciplinary works on mythology

398.3 Natural and physical phenomena as subjects by folklore

398.4 Paranatural and legendary phenomena as subjects of folklore: magic

398.8 Rhymes and rhyming games. Examples: jump rope rhymes, tongue twisters: nursery rhymes

398.9 Proverbs: folk aphorisms

401 Philosophy and theory

401.9 Psycholinguistics

403 Dictionaries, encyclopaedias, concordances: dictionaries, encyclopaedias, concordances that treat comprehensively both language and literature

404 Special topics

404.2 Bilingualism

407 Education, research, related topics

410 Linguistics

411 Writing systems

412 Etymology

413 Dictionaries: polyglot dictionaries

414 Phonology

417 Dialectology and historical (diachronic) linguistics

418 Standard usage (Prescriptive linguistics). Applied linguistics: study of the development of language over time; language history not limited by area [formerly also 409], language change

418.4 Reading

420 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon)

421 Writing system and phonology of standard English

425 Structural system (Grammar) of standard English

427 Historical and geographical variations, modern nongeographical variations

428 Standard English usage (Prescriptive linguistics). Applied linguistics: Basic English

429 Old English (Anglo-Saxon)

440 Romance languages. French

455 Structural system (Grammar) of standard Italian

482 Etymology of classical Greek

491 East Indo-European and Celtic languages

491.4 Modern Indic languages (Secondary Prakrits)

491.5 Iranian languages

491.6 Celtic languages. Example: Gaulish

492 Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) languages. Semitic languages

492.7 North Arabic languages. Arabic

495 Languages of East and Southeast Asia. Sino-Tibetan languages. Examples: Karen, Miao (Hmong), Yao

495.1 Chinese

501 Philosophy and theory

502 Miscellany

503 Dictionaries, encyclopaedias, concordances

507 Education, research, related topics

508 Natural history

                508.4-.9 Treatment by specific continents, countries, localities in the modern world

509 Historical, geographical, persons treatment

510 Mathematics

511 General principles

513 Arithmetic. Including numeracy

                513.2 Arithmetic operations

519 Probabilities and applied mathematics

519.2 Probabilities: random (stochastic) processes, probability calculus, conditional probabilities, independent and dependent trials, geometric probability, games of chance

519.5 Statistical mathematics: numerical data, parametric and nonparametric methods

523 Specific celestial bodies and phenomena. Including zodiac

523.1 The universe; space, galaxies, quasars: cosmology

530 Physics: matter and antimatter, energy, comprehensive works on classical and quantum mechanics

                530.8 Testing and measurement [formerly also 350.0287]. Including dimensional analysis: interdisciplinary works on measurement, on mensuration

531 Classical mechanics. Solid mechanics. Variant names for classical mechanics: mechanics, continuum mechanics

                531.6 Energy. Including momentum, work

535 Light and paraphotic phenomena: optics

                535.6 Colour

540 Chemistry and allied sciences

546 Inorganic chemistry: physical and theoretical chemistry, analytical chemistry, physics of specific elements, compounds, mixtures, groupings; comprehensive works and inorganic and organic chemistry of specific elements, compounds, mixtures, groupings

                546.6 Groups 8, 1B, 2B, 3A, 4A: comprehensive works on transition metals

547 Organic chemistry: biochemical when not considered in their biological context

551 Geology, hydrology, meteorology. Geology: science that deals with properties and phenomena of the solid earth (lithosphere)

                551.4 Geomorphology and hydrosphere

                551.5 Meteorology

                551.6 Climatology and weather

554 Earth sciences of Europe

570 Life sciences

573 Physical anthropology: human biological ecology

                573.2 Evolution and genetics of humankind

574 Biology

                574.5 Ecology: adaptations, behaviour, biomes, ecosystems, ecological succession

                574.9 Geographical treatment of organisms

575 Evolution and genetics

578 Microscopy in biology

581 Botany

581.1 Physiology of plants: physiology of agricultural plants; comprehensive works on anatomy, morphology, physiology

582 Spermatophyta (Seed-bearing plants)

                582.1 Nontaxonomic groupings

582.9 Apetalae

586 Cryptogamia (Seedless plants)

589 Thallobionta (Thallophyta) and Prokaryotae

                589.1 Lichens

590 Zoological sciences

591 Zoology

                591.9 Geographical treatment of animals

595 Other invertebrates

                595.7 Insecta (Insects)

598 Aves (Birds): ornithology

                598.2 Processes and parts, geographical treatment

                598.9 Falconiformes, Strigiformes, Caprimulgiromes

599 Mammalia (Mammals): warm-blooded vertebrates

                599.09 Geographical treatment of mammals

607 Education, research, related topics

609 Historical, geographical, persons treatment: history of inventions, technological aspect of industrial archaeology

610 Medical sciences. Medicine

612 Human physiology: comprehensive works on anatomy and physiology

613 Promotion of health. Former heading: General and personal hygiene. Including inherited diseases as a factor; measures to promote health and prevent disease taken by the individual and his medical advisers, comprehensive medical works on personal and public measures to promote health and prevent disease

615 Pharmacology and therapeutics

616 Diseases: Internal medicine

618 Other branches of medicine. Gynaecology and obstetrics

635 Garden crops (Horticulture). Vegetables. Vegetables: crops grown primarily for human consumption without intermediate processing other than preservation: home gardening, truck farming

637 Processing dairy and related products

641 Food and drink

643 Housing and household equipment: works for owner-occupants or renters covering activities of members of household

646 Sewing, clothing, management of personal and family living

649 Child rearing and home care of sick and infirm

650 Management and auxiliary services. This division is concerned with the art of science of conducting organised enterprise and with auxiliary skills and operations. The auxiliary skills and operations consist chiefly of communication and record keeping fundamental to management: business

658 General management. The science and art of conducting organised enterprises, projects, activities

680 Manufacture of products for specific uses. General aspects: planning, design, fabrication: interdisciplinary works on handicrafts

684 Furnishings and home workshops

688 Other final products, and packaging technology

701 Philosophy and theory of fine and decorative arts

702 Miscellany of fine and decorative arts

704 Special topics in fine and decorative arts. History and description with respect to kinds of persons

707 Education, research, related topics of fine and decorative arts

728 Residential and related buildings: domestic architecture, conventional housing

730 Plastic arts. Sculpture

731 Processes, forms, subject of sculpture

738 Ceramic arts: pottery

741 Drawing and drawings

743 Perspective. General aspects: theory, principles, methods

745 Decorative arts: folk art

746 Textile arts: textile handicrafts

750 Painting and paintings: comprehensive works on painting and drawing

751 Techniques, procedures, apparatus, equipment, materials [formerly 750.28], forms

756 Historical events

759 Historical, geographical, persons treatment. General aspects: development, description, critical appraisal, works

760 Graphic arts. Printmaking and prints. Graphic arts: any and all nonplastic representations on flat surfaces, including painting, drawing, prints, and photographs. Including copy art made with photoduplication equipment, rubbings, typewriter art, typographical designs; two-dimensional mixed-media art and composites

770 Photography and photographs

779 Photographs

780 Music

781 General principles and musical forms: music theory

782 Vocal music

783 Music for single voices. The voice

784 Instruments and instrumental ensembles and their music

785 Ensembles with only one instrument per part: chamber music

786 Keyboard, mechanical, electrophonic, percussion instruments: comprehensive works on keyboard instruments, on keyboard stringed instruments; music for unspecified keyboard instrument

787 Stringed instruments (Chordophones). Bowed stringed instruments: music for unspecified melody instrument, comprehensive works on the lute family (instruments whose strings run from the resonating belly to the neck)

788 Wind instruments (Aerophones)

789 Composers and traditions of music

790 Recreational and performing arts: interdisciplinary works on recreation

791 Public performances, other than musical, sport, game performances: performances at fairs

792 Stage presentations: theatre, dramatic presentation

793 Indoor games and amusements

794 Indoor games of skill

796 Athletic and outdoor sports and games

797 Aquatic and air sports

799 Fishing, hunting, shooting

801 Philosophy and theory

803 Dictionaries, encyclopaedias, concordances

807 Education, research, related topics

808 Rhetoric and collections of literary texts from more than one literature. Rhetoric: the effective use of language: composition, literary plagiarism

809 History, description, critical appraisal of more than one literature. Treating works by more than one author: collected biography

810 American literature in English. English-language literature of Western Hemisphere and Hawaii

813 Fiction

818 Miscellaneous writings

820 English and Old English (Anglo-Saxon) literatures

821 English poetry

822 English drama

823 English fiction

828 English miscellaneous writings. English-language literatures not requiring local emphasis

829 Old English (Anglo-Saxon)

882 Classical Greek dramatic poetry and drama

891 East Indo-European and Celtic literatures

Social situations and conditions; general political history; military, diplomatic, political, economic, social, welfare aspects of specific wars

907 Education, research, related topics of history

909 World history. Civilisation and events not limited geographically

910 Geography and travel

911 Historical geography. Growth and changes in political divisions: historical atlases

912 Graphic representations of surface of earth and of extraterrestrial worlds: atlases, maps, charts, plans

914 Geography of and travel in Europe

920 Biography, genealogy, insignia: autobiographies, diaries, reminiscences, correspondence

922 Religious leaders, thinkers, workers

929 Genealogy, names, insignia

930 History of ancient world to ca. 499

931 China to 420

933 Palestine to 70

936 Europe north and west of Italian Peninsula to ca. 499

938 Greece to 323

940 General history of Europe. Western Europe

941 British Isles: Great Britain, United Kingdom

942 England and Wales

943 Central Europe. Germany

947 Eastern Europe. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union)

948 Northern Europe. Scandinavia

951 General history of Asia. Orient. Far East

959 Southeast Asia

972 Middle America. Mexico

973 United States

978 Western United States

980 General history of South America: Latin America

994 Australia

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