Cultural Geography is a survey of geographic principles. It begins with a discussion of what geography is and then looks at the earth as a whole—both as how God made it and how man subdues it through both industries and societies. It then turns to an examination of the earth regionally by continent, highlighting countries and notable features, people, and events. This text is filled with photographs, charts, maps, and first person accounts.
|Suggested Grade: 9th - 12th|
|Author: Dennis Bollinger|
|Copyright: 2015 (4th edition)|
|Softbound: 634 pages|