How we Travel A Geographical Reader

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    THE intention of the author of the series of four reading books, of which this is the last, is to develop an interest in the subject on the part of young pupils beginning the study of geography. The little book should be popular in the lower classes of secondary schools; it provides a simple, entertaining, and attractively illustrated account of means of travel and communication in various parts of the world. Previous volumes have dealt with man's activities connected with securing food, clothing, and shelter.

    How we Travel. A Geographical Reader.

    By J. F. Chamberlain. Pp. ix + 227. (New York: The Macmillan Co., 1908.) Price 2s. 6d.

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    How we Travel A Geographical Reader . Nature 78, 569 (1908) doi:10.1038/078569c0

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