Some Aspects of the Study of Geography with Suggestions for Its Promotion

Warren D. Smith
1917 Journal of geography (Houston)  
Nov. '171 SUGGESTIONS FOR GEOGRAPHY 103 a n interest in the present problems of transportation, communication, and industries. The above list is not without its defects from the standpoint of geography, but it is a splendid beginning along the right lines. If your students had inore local material available for such studies, the school courses in civics, industries, and geography would have a greater interest and more practical results. The writer is anxious to learn what your community has
more » ... r community has done to bring a knowledge of local geography to the schools. A REQIJEST If you will communicate to the writer what your coiiiniunity has done, the various methods employed in all parts of the country will be compiled and published in the Journal of Geography. The results ought to contain some ideas and plans that will be valuable to your community.. If we could have a large response from many parts of the country, a comparison of plans would be an incentive to increase local studies.
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