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" Geography is therefore concerned with two classes of facts and with the relations in which the two classes stand. The first class embraces all necessary facts about the inorganic earth — land, water, air— and about plants and animals considered as... "
Journal of School Geography - Side 3
1897
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The Public-school Journal: Devoted to the Theory and Art of School ..., Bind 17

1898 - 682 sider
...university, says: "Geography is concerned with two classes of facts and with the relations in which these two classes stand. The first class embraces all necessary...these two classes come to be understood that their relationship can be studied, and this matter of relationship then becomes the very soul of geography.»...
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The Journal of Geography, Bind 4

1905 - 496 sider
...Geography is therefore concerned with two classes of facts and with the relations in which the two clashes stand. The first class embraces all necessary facts...these two classes come to be understood that their relationship can be studied ; and this matter of relationship then becomes the very soul of geography....
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Real Geography and Its Place in the Schools

Harold Wellman Fairbanks - 1927 - 220 sider
...nonhuman life, and facts as to the manner of man's living from wandering nomads to fixed populations. "It is only as the facts that constitute these two classes come to be understood that their relationship can be studied; and this matter of relationship becomes the very soul of geography." He...
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Teachers' Monographs: Plans and Details of Grade Work. ...

1899 - 148 sider
...belongs. There are certain important principles that the teacher should bear in mind during the process of local study. Geography teaches us about the way...that their relationships can be studied ; and this matter_of relationship then becomes the very soul of geography. The items of geographical text-books...
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Missouri School Journal, Bind 16

1899 - 806 sider
...about the inorganic earth — land, water, air — and about plants and animals considered as non human inhabitants of the earth; the second includes the...It is only as the facts that constitute these two classe« come to be understood that their relationship can be studied and this matter of relationship...
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