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Pattern and process : research in historical geography : [papers and proceedings of the Conference on the National Archives and Research in Historical Geography

Author: Ralph E Ehrenberg; United States. National Archives and Records Service.
Publisher: Washington : Howard University Press, 1975.
Series: National Archives conferences, v. 9.
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"Contained in this volume are papers by leading scholars describing, analyzing, and interpreting selected aspects of United States history from the various perspectives of the geographer. The nineteen articles combine traditional approaches of archival research and geographical fieldwork with the latest techniques of quantitative analysis and behavioral perception."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
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Conference on the National Archives and Research in Historical Geography (1971 : Washington, D.C.).
Pattern and process.
Washington : Howard University Press, 1975
(OCoLC)608381445
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph E Ehrenberg; United States. National Archives and Records Service.
ISBN: 0882580507 9780882580500
OCLC Number: 1091775
Description: xv, 360 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Research on the historical geography of the United States: --
Introduction / D.W. Meinig --
The role of the National Archives / James B. Rhoads --
First things first /Andrew Hill Clark. Afro-American population: --
Patterns and problems in the historical geography of the Afro-American population of New Jersey, 1726-1860 / Peter O. Walker --
Some sources in the National Archives for studies of Afro-American population: Growth and movement / Robert L. Clarke. Exploration, surveying, and mapping: --
La Florida revealed: the De Brahm surveys of British East Florida, 1765-1771 / Louis De Vorsy, Jr. --
Thomas Jefferson and the Passage to India: a pre-exploratory image / John L. Allen --
The United States Land Survey as a principle of order / Hildegard Binder Johnson --
Reflections on the American rectangular land survey system / William D. Pattison --
Original and published sources in research in historical geography: a comparison / Herman R. Friis. Transportation, commerce, and industry: --
Persistence, failure, and mobility in the inner city: preliminary notes / Martyn J. Bowden --
Why covered bridges? toward the management of historic landscapes- the case of Parke County, Indiana / John A. Jakle and Robert L. Janiskee --
Antebellum Interregional trade: the Mississippi River as an example / Sam B. Hilliard --
Archives and the design of transportation research / Franklin W. Burch --
Selected materials in the National Archives relating to commerce and industry / Meyer H. Fishbein --
Rural and urban settlement: --
Settlement of the Colonial Atlantic seaboard / H. Roy Merrens --
Vegetational perception and choice of settlement site in frontier Texas / Terry G. Jordan --
Some locational implications of the ethnic division of labor in mid-nineteenth-century American cities / David Ward --
Bonanza towns: urban planning on the Western mining frontier / John W. Reps --
Settlement on the public domain as reflected in Federal records: suggested research approaches / Jane F. Smith.
Series Title: National Archives conferences, v. 9.
Responsibility: sponsored by the National Archives and Records Service, November 8-9, 1971] ; edited by Ralph E. Ehrenberg.

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"Contained in this volume are papers by leading scholars describing, analyzing, and interpreting selected aspects of United States history from the various perspectives of the geographer. The nineteen articles combine traditional approaches of archival research and geographical fieldwork with the latest techniques of quantitative analysis and behavioral perception."--Jacket.

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