Full text: Modern business geography

Established, 1905, by Caspar W. Hodgson 
YonkEers-on-Hupson, New York 
2126 Prairie AVENUE, CHIcAGO 
Modern Business Geography by Ellsworth 
Huntington and Sumner W. Cushing is of- 
fered by World Book Company as the first 
volume in the Huntington Geography Series. 
The book is intended for use after a course 
in elementary geography and before the end 
of the high school. It presents geography 
from an economic standpoint, showing how 
the world’s work is done and how it is 
affected by geographical conditions. 
The second volume in the series, Business 
Geography, is by Ellsworth Huntington and 
Frank E. Williams, with the collaboration 
of Robert M. Brown and Lenox E. Chase, 
and is published by John Wiley & Sons, 
Inc. (New York). Thisis a textbook for 
schools of commerce, commercial depart- 
ments in colleges, and upper high school 
grades. It applies knowledge of geogra- 
phy to problems of business relations. 
The third member of the series, Principles 
of Human Geography, like the first, is by 
Ellsworth Huntington and Sumner W. 
Cushing. It is a textbook for normal 
schools and colleges where an advanced 
treatment of the general principles of geog- 
raphy is desired. This book also is pub- 
tished by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 
[n Modern Business Geography, the young 
student is called upon to consider problems 
for which the text has given the necessary 
background and to make use of geograph- 
ical facts in thinking for himself. Such a 
textbook may well prove itself a worthy 
addition to the list of “books that apply 
the world’s knowledge to the world’s 
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