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METHODS AND AIDS IN GEOGRAPHY

FOR THE USE OF TEACHERS AND NORMAL

SCHOOLS

BY
CHARLES F. KING

HEAD MASTER OF THE DEARBORN SCHOOL AND FORMERLY SUB

MASTER OF THE LEWIS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BOSTON

CLOTH ILLUSTRATED $1.60 NET, BY MAIL $1.76 Professor THOMAS M. BALLIET, Superintendent of Public

Schools, Springfield, Mass., writes : "• Methods and Aids in Geography' contains by far the fullest and most coinplete treatment of devices, means of illustration, etc., in teaching geography of any book on the subject I have ever seen. The chapter on

sources of Information and Illustration' will be worth to me many times the price of the book. Its treatment of the literature of the subject is well-nigh exhaustive. The book represents wide reading and contains so much information on geography, apart from methods of teaching the subject, that it will obviate the necessity of purchasing a number of books otherwise indispensable.”

Superintendent SAMUEL T. DUTTON of New Haven, Conn.,

writes : “ The work seems to me eminently calculated to help teachers to over. come some of their greatest difficulties. It bristles on every page with helpful suggestions. The plan of instruction is based upon sound and approved principles. Hereafter there will be no excuse for humdrum work in geography." Prof. T. B. PRAY, State Normal School, Whitewater, Wis.,

writes : “I have been very greatly pleased to find the high reputation of Prof. King so well sustained in his new book on Methods and Aids in Geography. It seems to me admirably adapted to the needs of teachers and full of suggestions, plans and devices which an energetic and courageous teacher can use. No other will have any use for the work. I take pleasure in calling the attention of teachers to so wide-awake and helpful a manual." The NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF EDUCATION says:

“ It is a book not for theorists, but for instructors, not for scholars in the classroom, but for teachers, and it brings to them the ripened fruit of years of research and teaching. No book has appeared this season more indispensable to every teacher's desk than this work, at once complete, practical, suggestive, reliable, furnishing teachers hundreds of thoughts and aids which they can easily adopt without being obliged to adapt them specially. They have the merit of fitting like custom-made goods.”

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THE

PICTURESQUE

GEOGRAPHICAL READERS

BY

CHARLES F, KING

MASTER DEARBORN GRAMMAR School, BOSTON; AUTHOR OF

“ METHODS AND AIDS IN GEOGRAPHY"

FOURTH BOOK

THE LAND WE LIVE IN

PART II.

Supplementary and Regular Reading

IN

THE LOWER CLASSES IN GRAMMAR SCHOOLS

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