Answered By: Erin McDaniel
Last Updated: May 13, 2015     Views: 2858

An almanac contains brief factual information on a broad range of subjects and is usually published annually. Typical information would be statistics, historical events, weather, geographical facts, awards, astronomy, economic facts, etc. Yearbooks are annual publications that pertain to the happenings of one specific year. Many professions publish yearbooks with information about events, and people connected with the profession.

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    by Akparah Eunice on Dec 05, 2014.

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