The Journal of Geography (Classic Reprint) PDF
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The Journal Of Geography (Classic Reprint)

Vol. IV JANUARY. 1905 No. i HOME GEOGRAPHY BY W. M. DAVISS tnreit-H ooper Professor of Geology, Harvard Uoirerstty, Cambridge, Mass. THES tudy of home geography docs not find its chief recommendation in the local information that it provides, but rather in the aid that it furnishes through local examples to the general study of geography, by giving full meaning and reality to geographical facts an...

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relationships the world over. The reason for this is that geography as a whole is hardly more than a compilation of innumerable local or home geographies. However the home geographies of different places may vary, the distant ones can always be better appreciated if the local one is consciously observed and understood as a member of the class to which it belongs. There are certain important principles that the teacher should bear in mind during the progress of local study. Geography teaches us about the way that people live on the earth this being a simple conversational definition of this subject, sufficing to embody in elementary form the study of the earth in relation to man. 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 the non-human in habitants of the earth; the second includes the necessary facts as to the manner of mans living, from the savage to the civilized state, from wandering nomads to fixed populations, from the thieving of warfare to the competition of trade. 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 then becomes the very soul of geography. The items of geographical text-books are then not merely so many absolute, empirical statements; they are(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)