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Minnesota State University, Mankato,
University Archives
National Council for Geographic Education. Collection, 1915-Ongoing.
MSU Archives Collection 301



National Council for Geographic Education. Collection, 1915-Ongoing. MSU Archives Collection 301. 10 Records Center Cartons, 9 1/2 Hollinger Boxes, 69 Journals, 26 Videocassettes, 2 Microfiche boxes, and 30 Microfilm reels.

Abstract:

Since its establishment in 1915, the National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) has been an important resource for geography educators. Founded in the Midwest, the NCGE is an active group with nationwide concerns and interests. The organization has long been a leader in developing standards and publications for geography educators at all levels. The NCGE Collection is ongoing with additions made annually. The majority of the information in the collection covers the 1970s forward. The collection contains annual board reports, secretary's reports, financial records, and NCGE publications. The publications include the organizational periodical, The Journal of Geography. There are also videotaped interviews of some members.

NOTE: In 1922, there was a fire on the State Normal School Campus in Mankato (now MSU) destroying many of the original NCGE records. Most records pre-1922 were recreated based on memory.

Historical Note:

The National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) was started in 1914 by George J Miller, of the State Normal School in Mankato, Minnesota, and Raymond H. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin, to fill a gap in the field of geographic education. The idea gained support nationally and the first meeting of the organization was held on 31 December 1915.

Originally called the National Council for Geography Teachers (NCGT), their purpose was to "increase the effectiveness of geography teaching in America; (a) by promotion of national education movements; (b) by cooperating in the organization and development of state associations; and (c) in such other ways as the officers may from time to time determine."While today the NCGE is no longer organized as it was originally, its basic purpose has not changed. The current mission statement of the NCGE states that the organization will "work to enhance the status and quality of geography teaching and learning."In 1956, the NCGT changed their name to the National Council for Geographic Education to reflect the idea that not all education concerns occur in the classroom.

Through their history, the NCGE's membership has varied in composition and numbers. Unlike many other professional organizations of the time, women were welcome (and active) as members from early on. The men and women who have been involved in the NCGE have come from many different areas in the discipline. They include college and university professors, primary and secondary educators, administrators, and others interested in geographic education. Membership numbers for the NCGE have varied from a low of 1000 members in the 1930s to a high of almost 7000 members in 1969. In 1998 the number of members was around 3900.

In an effort to encourage geographic education, the NCGE supports a variety of activities, including sponsoring annual meetings and summer workshops, and working with other organizations to promote geographic education. From the beginning of the NCGT, publishing has also been important in transferring information to those interested in geography education. The Journal of Geography became the official journal of the Council in l915. By the 1930s, the Council was publishing professional papers and booklets to aid geography educators. In 1969, the organization began publishing a newsletter for its members entitled, Perspective. Today the NCGE continues to publish books, maps, and guides in support of geographic education. In 1973 the Council also began supporting a slide library in collaboration with the Great Plains National Institutional Library in Lincoln, NE. This program was designed to allow geography teachers to acquire slides of particular cities/locations and geographic subjects at little to no cost.

The NCGE is a strong and influential force in the field of geography education. The organizational headquarters are at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama.

NCGE Central Office, 16A Leonard Hall, IUP, Indiana, PA 15705. For more information call (724) 357-6290 or visit them online at http://www.ncge.org. The office will be relocated in June 2002. Check the NCGE website for contact information.

Scope and Content:

The collection is divided up into four series.

Organizational Records: This material includes minutes, board and financial reports, annual meeting information, "Finding A Way"related documents, and information about members. The organization's financial records for accounts payable, receivable, and yearly statements are included in microfiche format along with a few other pieces of information concerning the organization's finances.

Publications: This includes the Journal of Geography, the organizational newsletter Perspective, and books and pamphlets NCGE has published relating to geographic education.

Videotapes: Most of these videos are part of a series called Geographers on Film (GOF). These particular videos contain interviews of members of NCGE. The interviews include sections on biography, geographical background, and NCGE experience.

NOTE: GOF is not published by the NCGE and the Archives does not retain copyright of these items. For more information about the GOF look at their website at http://oz.plymouth.edu/~gof/home.html.

Educational Resources: This series contains teaching packets from the Instructional Activities Series that help primary through secondary school teachers educate students about geography and geographical concepts. These lesson plans are arranged by grade level. Also, the Connecticut vocational technical college geography curriculum is contained.

Restrictions:

There are no restrictions on use of this collection for research purposes. The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property and libel laws as they apply. The Geographers on Film video series is for in house use only, no duplication is allowed. The Archives and the NCGE do not hold copyright on these videos.

Collection Citation:

This collection should be cited as:
National Council for Geographic Education. Collection, 1915-Ongoing. MSU Archives Collection 301, Memorial Library, Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Processed By:

Daardi Sizemore and Jason Fisher processed this collection in October 1999. Jeff A. Jenson processed additions to the collection throughout 2001 and 2002.
Heather Harren processed additions to the collection in June 2011.

Related Collections:

Miller, George J, 1880-1973. Collection, 1900-1973. MSU Archives Collection 302, Memorial Library, Minnesota State University, Mankato.

LCSH Subject Headings:

Geography - Study and teaching.
Geography - Societies, etc.
Geography teachers.
National Council for Geographic Education.
National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.)
Miller, George J, 1880-1973.

MSU Archives Collection 301

Box

Folder

Series 1:  Organizational Records

 

 

21st Century Endowment Reception Guests

18

21

A. G. Edwards, 1992-1993 (Microfiche)

16

1

Accounts Payable, April 1990 (Microfiche)

16

6

Accounts Payable, April 1992 (Microfiche)

16

18

Accounts Payable, April 1993 (Microfiche)

16

30

Accounts Payable, April 1994 (Microfiche)

16

42

Accounts Payable, April 1995 (Microfiche)

16

54

Accounts Payable, April 1996 (Microfiche)

16

66

Accounts Payable, April 1997 (Microfiche)

16

78

Accounts Payable, April 1998 (Microfiche)

17

4

Accounts Payable, April 1999 (Microfiche)

17

16

Accounts Payable, August 1990 (Microfiche)

16

10

Accounts Payable, August 1992 (Microfiche)

16

22

Accounts Payable, August 1993 (Microfiche)

16

34

Accounts Payable, August 1994  (Microfiche)

16

46

Accounts Payable, August 1995 (Microfiche)

16

58

Accounts Payable, August 1996 (Microfiche)

16

70

Accounts Payable, August 1997 (Microfiche)

16

82

Accounts Payable, August 1998 (Microfiche)

17

8

Accounts Payable, August 1999 (Microfiche)

17

20

Accounts Payable, December 1990 (Microfiche)

16

14

Accounts Payable, December 1992 (Microfiche)

16

26

Accounts Payable, December 1993 (Microfiche)

16

38

Accounts Payable, December 1994 (Microfiche)

16

50

Accounts Payable, December 1995 (Microfiche)

16

62

Accounts Payable, December 1996 (Microfiche)

16

74

Accounts Payable, December 1997 (Microfiche)

16

86

Accounts Payable, December 1998 (Microfiche)

17

12

Accounts Payable, December 1999 (Microfiche)

17

24

Accounts Payable, February 1990 (Microfiche)

16

4

Accounts Payable, February 1992 (Microfiche)

16

16

Accounts Payable, February 1993 (Microfiche)

16

28

Accounts Payable, February 1994 (Microfiche)

16

40

Accounts Payable, February 1995 (Microfiche)

16

52

Accounts Payable, February 1996 (Microfiche)

16

64

Accounts Payable, February 1997 (Microfiche)

16

76

Accounts Payable, February 1998 (Microfiche)

17

2

Accounts Payable, February 1999 (Microfiche)

17

14

Accounts Payable, January 1990 (Microfiche)

16

3

Accounts Payable, January 1992 (Microfiche)

16

15

Accounts Payable, January 1993 (Microfiche)

16

27

Accounts Payable, January 1994 (Microfiche)

16

39

Accounts Payable, January 1995 (Microfiche)

16

51

Accounts Payable, January 1996 (Microfiche)

16

63

Accounts Payable, January 1997 (Microfiche)

16

75

Accounts Payable, January 1998 (Microfiche)

17

1

Accounts Payable, January 1999 (Microfiche)

17

13

Accounts Payable, July 1990 (Microfiche)

16

9

Accounts Payable, July 1993 (Microfiche)

16

33

Accounts Payable, July 1994 (Microfiche)

16

45

Accounts Payable, July 1995 (Microfiche)

16

57

Accounts Payable, July 1996 (Microfiche)

16

69

Accounts Payable, July 1997 (Microfiche)

16

81

Accounts Payable, July 1998 (Microfiche)

17

7

Accounts Payable, July 1999 (Microfiche)

17

19

Accounts Payable, July, 1992 (Microfiche)

16

21

Accounts Payable, June 1990 (Microfiche)

16

8

Accounts Payable, June 1992 (Microfiche)

16

20

Accounts Payable, June 1993 (Microfiche)

16

32

Accounts Payable, June 1994 (Microfiche)

16

44

Accounts Payable, June 1995 (Microfiche)

16

56

Accounts Payable, June 1996 (Microfiche)

16

68

Accounts Payable, June 1997 (Microfiche)

16

80

Accounts Payable, June 1998 (Microfiche)

17

6

Accounts Payable, June 1999 (Microfiche)

17

18

Accounts Payable, March 1990 (Microfiche)

16

5

Accounts Payable, March 1992 (Microfiche)

16

17

Accounts Payable, March 1993 (Microfiche)

16

29

Accounts Payable, March 1994 (Microfiche)

16

41

Accounts Payable, March 1995 (Microfiche)

16

53

Accounts Payable, March 1996 (Microfiche)

16

65

Accounts Payable, March 1997 (Microfiche)

16

77

Accounts Payable, March 1998 (Microfiche)

17

3

Accounts Payable, March 1999 (Microfiche)

17

15

Accounts Payable, May 1990 (Microfiche)

16

7

Accounts Payable, May 1992 (Microfiche)

16

19

Accounts Payable, May 1993 (Microfiche)

16

31

Accounts Payable, May 1994 (Microfiche)

16

43

Accounts Payable, May 1995 (Microfiche)

16

55

Accounts Payable, May 1996 (Microfiche)

16

67

Accounts Payable, May 1997 (Microfiche)

16

79

Accounts Payable, May 1998 (Microfiche)

17

5

Accounts Payable, May 1999 (Microfiche)

17

17

Accounts Payable, November 1990 (Microfiche)

16

13

Accounts Payable, November 1992 (Microfiche)

16

25

Accounts Payable, November 1993 (Microfiche)

16

37

Accounts Payable, November 1994 (Microfiche)

16

49

Accounts Payable, November 1995 (Microfiche)

16

61

Accounts Payable, November 1996 (Microfiche)

16

73

Accounts Payable, November 1997 (Microfiche)

16

85

Accounts Payable, November 1998 (Microfiche)

17

11

Accounts Payable, November 1999 (Microfiche)

17

23

Accounts Payable, October 1990 (Microfiche)

16

12

Accounts Payable, October 1992 (Microfiche)

16

24

Accounts Payable, October 1993 (Microfiche)

16

36

Accounts Payable, October 1994 (Microfiche)

16

48

Accounts Payable, October 1995 (Microfiche)

16

60

Accounts Payable, October 1996 (Microfiche)

16

72

Accounts Payable, October 1997 (Microfiche)

16

84

Accounts Payable, October 1998 (Microfiche)

17

10

Accounts Payable, October 1999 (Microfiche)

17

22

Accounts Payable, September 1990 (Microfiche)

16

11

Accounts Payable, September 1992 (Microfiche)

16

23

Accounts Payable, September 1993 (Microfiche)

16

35

Accounts Payable, September 1994 (Microfiche)

16

47

Accounts Payable, September 1995 (Microfiche)

16

59

Accounts Payable, September 1996 (Microfiche)

16

71

Accounts Payable, September 1997 (Microfiche)

16

83

Accounts Payable, September 1998 (Microfiche)

17

9

Accounts Payable, September 1999 (Microfiche)

17

21

Accounts Payable, undated (Microfiche)

16

2

Accounts Receivable, 1998, 10-18 of 18 (Microfiche)

17

26

Accounts Receivable, 1998, 1-9 of 18 (Microfiche)

17

25

Accounts Receivable, 1999, 15-21 of 35 (Microfiche)

17

29

Accounts Receivable, 1999, 1-7 of 35 (Microfiche)

17

27

Accounts Receivable, 1999, 22-28 of 35 (Microfiche)

17

30

Accounts Receivable, 1999, 29-35 of 35 (Microfiche)

17

31

Accounts Receivable, 1999, 8-14 of 35 (Microfiche)

17

28

Ad Hoc Committee on Business Relations, 1990-1995

12

25

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1991

1

1

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1992

1

2

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1993

1

3

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1994-1995

1

4

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1995-1998

1

5

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 1998-1999

7

1

Administrative Committee Meeting and Conference Call Minutes, 2001-2002

11

13

Administrative Committee Minutes, December 1999-September 2002

9

10

Administrative, Committee, and Executive Directory, 1992-1998

1

6

Annual Meeting Bag 2004

19

5

Annual Meeting Bag, 2005

19

3

Annual Meeting Bag, 2006

19

2

Annual Meeting Balloon and stickers 2005

19

1

Annual Meeting Canvas Bag 2003

19

2

Annual Meeting Invitation 2005 (Dr. Howard Johnson)

13

32

Annual Meeting Program, 1965-1969

1

7

Annual Meeting Program, 1970-1971

1

8

Annual Meeting Program, 1972-1973

1

9

Annual Meeting Program, 1974-1976

1

10

Annual Meeting Program, 1977 (Field Trip Guide)

13

25

Annual Meeting Program, 1977 (Guide)

1

11

Annual Meeting Program, 1977 (Guide-Teaching Materials)

1

12

Annual Meeting Program, 1977-1979

1

13

Annual Meeting Program, 1980

1

14

Annual Meeting Program, 1981-1982

1

15

Annual Meeting Program, 1983

1

16

Annual Meeting Program, 1984-1986

1

17

Annual Meeting Program, 1987-1991

1

18

Annual Meeting Program, 1994-1995

1

19

Annual Meeting Program, 1996

1

20

Annual Meeting Program, 1997

1

21

Annual Meeting Program, 1998-1999

7

8

Annual Meeting Program, 2000 (Preliminary Program)

13

26

Annual Meeting Program, 2000 (see Bednarz, Robert. ed. Three Perspectives for the 21st Century)

10

2

Annual Meeting Program, 2001

10

3

Annual Meeting Program, 2001 (Final Program)

13

27

Annual Meeting Program, 2002 (Preliminary and Final Program)

13

28

Annual Meeting Program, 2003 (Exhibitors Prospectus, Preliminary Program, and Final Program

13

29

Annual Meeting Program, 2004 (Final Program, Banquet Program, Program Name Tags/Schedule, CD of digital event forms, Call for Proposal Letter)

13

30

Annual Meeting Program, 2005 (Final Program)

13

31

Annual Meeting Program, 2006 (Final Program)

13

33

Audit Report, 1948-1956

1

22

Audit Report, 1957-1961

1

23

Audit Report, 1964-1974

1

24

Audit Report, 1975-1976

1

25

Awards Nomination Request Letter (Michal L LeVasseur) 2004

18

6

Board Reports, 1981 Fall

1

26

Board Reports, 1982 Fall

1

27

Board Reports, 1982 Spring

1

28

Board Reports, 1983 Fall

1

29

Board Reports, 1983 Spring

1

30

Board Reports, 1984 Fall

2

1

Board Reports, 1984 Spring

2

2

Board Reports, 1985 Fall

2

3

Board Reports, 1985 Spring

2

4

Board Reports, 1986 Fall

2

5

Board Reports, 1986 Spring

2

6

Board Reports, 1987 Fall

2

7

Board Reports, 1987 Spring

2

8

Board Reports, 1987-1988

2

9

Board Reports, 1988

2

10

Board Reports, 1989 Spring

2

11

Board Reports, 1990 (Folder 1 of 2)

2

12

Board Reports, 1990 (Folder 2 of 2)

2

13

Board Reports, 1991

2

14

Board Reports, 1992

2

15

Board Reports, 1993

2

16

Board Reports, 1994

2

17

Board Reports, 1995

2

18

Board Reports, 1996

2

19

Board Reports, 1997

2

20

Board Reports, 1997-1998

2

21

Board Reports, 1998 Fall

7

2

Board Reports, 1999 Fall

7

4

Board Reports, 1999 Spring

7

3

Bylaws, 1983-1985

2

22

Bylaws, 1988-1993

2

23

BYU Outline Maps, 1990-1993

12

26

Co Daily Receipts, 1994 (Microfiche)

17

32

Co Reports, 1992-1994, Standards, 1-7 (Microfiche)

17

34

Co Reports, 1992-1994, Standards, 8-14 (Microfiche)

17

35

Committee, 2002

11

12

Committee Directories, 1986-1991

2

24

Committee Directories, 1998-1999

7

5

Committee Directories, 2000-2004

13

34

Committee on Committees, 1979-1989

12

'

Constitution, 1977, 1979, 1991

2

25

Co-Receipts, 1996 (Microfiche)

17

33

Correspondence, Changes in the Coordinating System, May 1972

11

23

Development Task Force, 1991

12

28

Directories, 2000 and 2001

9

8

Distinguished Teaching Achievement Awards Taskforce Guidebook 2004

18

4

Endorsement Committee, Reports and Papers, 1988-1992

11

30

Endorsement, “The Map Scale” by Graphic Vision, Correspondence, 1991

12

12

Endorsement, ACSM, News Release, undated

12

15

Endorsement, American Adventures, May-October 1992

12

4

Endorsement, American Airlines, Teacher Manual, 1990

12

8

Endorsement, American Automobile Association, Correspondence and Reproducible Teacher’s Guidebook, 1992

12

10

Endorsement, American Express Geography Competition, undated

13

9

Endorsement, Discovery Channel, Geography Contest, 1991-1992

12

2

Endorsement, Earthpost, Correspondence, 1989-1990

12

7

Endorsement, Explore Technologies, Inc., “Johnny Odyssey” and “Janet Planet,” 1997

12

1

Endorsement, Geography Contest, Correspondence and Clippings, 1988-1989

12

14

Endorsement, Geography in American History, May 1990

12

6

Endorsement, Home Planet Atlas, Correspondence, 1990

12

11

Endorsement, Kate Burns-The Carson Group, Inc., “Book It,” 1989-1992

12

16

Endorsement, Kate Burns-The Carson Group, Inc., “Book It,” Correspondence, Clippings, and Program Information, 1989-1992

12

17

Endorsement, Magellan T. Bear, Correspondence and Activities, 1995

11

32

Endorsement, Mazor Corporation, “Where in the World,” Correspondence, 1990-1991

12

13

Endorsement, Project: “Sea to Shining Sea,” Business Plan and Correspondence, 1991

12

20

Endorsement, Sark’s Coffee, Correspondence, 1992

12

18

Endorsement, SEM, Inc., “Reading a World of Discovery,” Company Description and Program Proposal, 1995

12

21

Endorsement, SPICE, Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education, October 1992

12

9

Endorsement, The Making of America, IMAX by Summerhays Films, Inc., 1993-1997

11

31

Endorsement, Travel Channel, Survey, 1992

12

19

Endorsement, United Cerebral Palsy, Correspondence and Activities, 1991-1993

12

3

Endorsement, USA Today, Correspondence and Teaching Activities, 1992

12

23

Endorsement, USA Today, Packet on Math Education, 1992

12

24

Endorsement, USA Today, Teaching Activities, 1992-1994

12

22

Endorsement, WGBH, Carmen Sandiego Television Show, Correspondence and Program Information, 1991-1995

12

5

EOSAT / IBM Task Force, 1990-1994

12

29

Executive Board and Officers Directory, 1940-1991

2

26

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1968-1970

11

18

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1971-1976

11

19

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1977-1979

11

20

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1980-1983

11

21

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1984-1986

2

27

Executive Board Meeting Minutes, 1987-1991

2

28

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1968-1979

3

1

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1982-1985

3

2

Executive Committee Meeting Minutes, 1986-1991

3

3

Executive Director Reports, 1988-1999

7

6

Executive Director Reports, March 1978-October 1981

11

28

Executive Director Reports, March 1982-February 1988

11

29

Executive Director Reports, October 1974-1977

11

27

Executive Panning Committee, March 2002

11

14

Executive Planning Board Minutes 2002

18

8

Executive Planning Board Minutes 2003

18

9

Executive Planning Board Minutes 2004

18

10

Executive Planning Board Minutes 2005

18

11

Executive Planning Board Minutes 2006

18

12

Executive Planning Board Minutes, 1992-1997

3

4

Executive Planning Board Minutes, 1997-1999

7

7

Executive Planning Board Minutes, 2000-2001

9

9

Executive Planning Board Report, 5-6 April 1997

22

1

Executive Planning Board Reports, 1 August 2001 Part 1 of 2

9

6

Executive Planning Board Reports, 1 August 2001 Part 2 of 2

18

1

Executive Planning Board Reports, 2 August 2000

9

4

Executive Planning Board Reports, 3-4 March 2001

9

5

Executive Planning Board Reports, 8-9 April 2000

9

3

Executive Planning Board Reports, April 1998-February 1999

13

11

Executive Planning Board Reports, March 2002

10

16

Executive Planning Board Reports, Spring and Fall 2002

18

13

Executive Planning Board Reports, Spring and Fall 2003

18

14

Executive Planning Board Reports, Spring and Fall 2004

18

15

Executive Planning Board Reports, Spring and Fall 2005

18

16

Executive Planning Board Reports, Spring and Fall 2006

18

17

Executive Secretary Reports, June 1970-September 1972

11

25

Executive Secretary Reports, October 1972-July 1974  (Became Executive Director in 1974)

11

26

Expenses, NSF Grant, Microsoft Excel, 3 ½ Disk, October 2000

12

38

Financial Statements, 1962-1963

3

5

Financial Statements, 1974-1980

3

6

Financial Statements, 1982-1984

3

7

Financial Statements, 1984-1991

3

8

Financial Statements, 1992-1994

3

9

Financial Statements, 1994-1995

3

10

Financial Statements, 2002-2005

18

5

Finding A Way, Budget Details, undated

13

10

Finding A Way, Contracts, Returned, 1995  (RESTRICTED)

12

35

Finding A Way, Contracts, Returned, 1996  (RESTRICTED)

12

36

Finding A Way, Contracts, Returned, 1997-1998  (RESTRICTED)

12

37

Finding A Way, Copyright Permissions, 2000-2001

13

1

Finding A Way, Correspondence, 1994-1999

13

8

Finding A Way, Emails and Reports, 1996-1999

13

3

Finding A Way, Grant Correspondence and Related Materials, 1995-2001

13

14

Finding A Way, Grant Proposal, 1994  (Partially RESTRICTED)

13

13

Finding A Way, Participants and Mailing Lists, 1996-1997

13

5

Finding A Way, Project Goals and Objectives, 1998

13

12

Finding A Way, Publication Plan, 1998

13

7

General Assembly Minutes, 1968-1978

11

22

General Assembly Minutes, 1979-1996

3

11

Genip Financial Records, 1988-1992 (Microfiche)

17

36

Genip Financial Records, 1993-1994 (Microfiche)

17

37

Geographic Education Standards Project, 1993 (folder 1 of 2)

7

9

Geographic Education Standards Project, 1993 (folder 2 of 2)

7

10

George J. Miller Awards Task Force Guidebook 2004

18

3

George Miller, Miscellaneous Materials, 1917-1984

8

7

Implementation Operations Task Force, 1991-1993

12

31

Income Tax Exemption Forms, 1932, 1957, 1992  (RESTRICTED)

3

12

Income Tax Forms, 1990-1992  (RESTRICTED)

3

13

Income Tax Forms, 1996  (RESTRICTED)

3

14

Income Tax Forms, 1997  (RESTRICTED)

7

11

Income Tax Forms, 1998  (RESTRICTED)

7

12

Income Tax Forms, 1999  (RESTRICTED)

9

11

Income Tax Forms, 2000-2001  (RESTRICTED)

11

11

Internal Relations Task Force, 1993-1994

12

30

Journal of Geography Awards Task Force Guidebook 2004

18

2

MacLeod, Douglas, NCGE and Professional Activities, 1953-2000

11

9

Marketing Task Force, 1993-1994

12

33

Membership Directory, 1981

3

15

National Consensus Process for the 1994 National Geography Assessment – Planning Document, 1991

7

13

National Council of Geography Teachers, Miscellaneous, 1903 – 1989

8

8

NCGE 1995 Year End Statements (Microfiche)

17

38

NCGE Contract with Jacksonville State University, 2001

11

10

NSF Grant Finances, 1995-2000 (Folder 1 of 4)

12

39

NSF Grant Finances, 1995-2000 (Folder 2 of 4)

12

40

NSF Grant Finances, 1995-2000 (Folder 3 of 4)

12

41

NSF Grant Finances, 1995-2000 (Folder 3 of 4)

12

42

NSF, Annual Grant Progress Report, 1997

13

2

NSF, Bank Statements and Opening Account Papers, 1995  (RESTRICTED)

13

24

NSF, Bank Statements, 1996  (RESTRICTED)

 

 

NSF, Bank Statements, 1997  (RESTRICTED)

13

22

NSF, Bank Statements, 1998  (RESTRICTED)

13

21

NSF, Bank Statements, January 1999-August 2000  (RESTRICTED)

13

20

NSF, Bills, 1999-2000  (RESTRICTED)

13

15

NSF, Bills, August-December, 1997  (RESTRICTED)

13

19

NSF, Bills, January-May 1998  (RESTRICTED)

13

16

NSF, Bills, July-August, 1997  (RESTRICTED)

13

18

NSF, Bills, June-December 1998  (RESTRICTED)

13

17

Partnership Program Task Force, April 1995

12

32

Preliminary Report on the 1994 NAEP Achievement Levels-Setting Process for U.S. History and Geography, May 1995

22

2

Registration Lists, Breckenridge, 1985

11

24

Reports of Annual Meetings, 1919-1940

11

17

Restructuring Committee, 1991

12

34

Schools Helping Schools Hurricane Relief Fun Donation Envelopes 2005

18

20

Secretary’s Book, 1915-1941

3

16

Statements on Social Studies Teacher Preparation, 1991

11

16

Stipend Task Force, February 1995

12

35

Technology Task Force, 1984-1993

12

36

Series 2:  Publications

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Folder

A Teacher’s Guide to Performance-Based Assessment in Geography, 1999

22

3

Anderson, Jeremy.  Teaching Map Skills: An Inductive Approach.  (NCGE), 1986.  [Topics in Geography No. 8]

3

18

Anderzhon, Mamie L.  Selected Bibliography of Geography Education for Curriculum Committees.  (NCGE), 1963.  [Special Publication No. 7]

3

19

Andrews, Sona Karentz, Amy Otis-Wilborn, and Trinka Messenheimer-Young.  Beyond Seeing and Hearing:  Teaching Geography to Sensory Impaired Children:  An Integrated Based Curriculum.  (NCGE), 1991.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 2]

3

20

Augelli, John P.  Controversial Image of Latin America: A Geographers View.  (NCGE), 1963.  [Professional Paper No. 24]

3

21

Bacon, Philip. Population Growth and its impact on Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1958.  [Professional Paper No. 17]

3

22

Battram, John.  Do it This Way:  Geography via Overhead Projector.  (NCGE), 1968.

3

23

Baumann, Paul.  Up Close from Afar:  Using Remote Sensing to Teach the American Landscape.  (NCGE), 1994.  (Includes slides, posters, and handout cards.)  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 8]

3

24

Bednarz, Robert. ed. Three Perspectives for the 21st Century. (NCGE), 2000. (see Annual Meeting Program, 2000)

10

1

Bednarz, Robert S. and James F. Petersen.  Decade of Reform in Geographic Education:  Inventory and Prospect.  (NCGE), 1994.

3

25

Benhart, John and Alex Margin.  Wetlands:  Science, Politics and Geographical relationships.  (NCGE), 1994.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 9]

3

26

Bergen, John V.  Introductory College Geography Textbook, 1940-1965:  A Bibliography Summary.  (NCGE), 1966.  [Special Publication No. 9]

3

27

Best, Thomas.  Do it This Way:  Geography Via the Overhead Projector.  (NCGE), 1968.

3

28

Betts, Jeanette Gardner, Susan Hardwick, and Gail Hobbs.  Santa Barbara and California’s Central Coast Region:  Images and Encounters.  (NCGE), 1996.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 5]

3

29

Boehm, Richard G. and Sent Visser.  Latin America: Case Studies.  Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1984.

10

6

Brooks, Arthur A.  Index to the Journal of Geography: 1897-1921.  (NCGE), 1922.

 3

30

Career in Geography.  (NCGE AND AAG), 1963.

3

31

Castner, Henry W.  Discerning New Horizons: A Perceptual Approach to Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1995.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 13]

3

32

Christensen, David and Robert Harper.  Geography through Maps:  The Mississippi-Ohio Confluence Area.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Special Publication No. 12]

3

33

Cole, Richard.  Do it this Way:  A New Way for Geographic Education: Values and Environmental Concerns.  (NCGE), 1974.

3

34

Coleson, Edward.  Elementary Social Studies:  Sense and Nonsense in Integration.  (NCGE), 1958.  [Professional Paper No. 18]

3

35

Competency-Based Geography Test:  Intermediate Level.  (NCGE), 1980.

3

36

Competency-Based Geography Test:  Secondary Level.  (NCGE), 1983. (Forms I and II)

3

37

Conoyer, John.  Geography through Maps:  The Saint Louis Gateway.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Special Publication No. 14]

3

38

Copyright Papers.  East Asia: Geographical and Historical Approaches to Foreign Area Studies, 1977-1983

10

10

Copyright Papers. “Ethnic Minorities in the United States.” 1981

10

8

Copyright Papers. Land Use a Spatial Approach, 1980-1981

10

7

Copyright Papers. Latin America: Case Studies, 1980 and 1984

10

9

Copyright Papers. Introduction to Remote Sensing of the Environment, revised edition, 1981-1982

10

12

Correspondence. Pacesetter Books, 1978-1980

10

11

Correspondence and Copyright Papers. “Introduction to Geography from a Social Perspective,” 1982-1984

10

15

Correspondence and Copyright Papers. “Quantitative Methods in Geography,” 1981-1983

10

13

Correspondence and Copyright Papers. “The Soviet Union,” 1980-1983

10

14

Dyer, Donald R.  United States and Latin America:  Problems in International Understanding.  (NCGE), 1962.  [Professional Paper No. 23]

3

39

Elam, William W.  Suggested Readings for High School Geography.  (NCGE), 1966.  [Leaflet No. 2]

3

40

Ennals, Peter.  Canadian Maritimes:  Images and Encounters.  (NCGE), 1993.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 6]

3

41

EOSAT Calendar.  (NCGE), 1991.

3

42

Estaville, Lawrence E. and Carol J. Rose. Teaching American Geography. (NCGE), 1997.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 18]

8

1

Finding a Way: Learning Activities in Geography for Grades 7-11. (NCGE), 2000. (Lesson Plans)

9

7

Finding A Way, Learning Activities, Application, and Program Information, 1996 and 2001

13

6

Finding A Way Newsletter, Summer 1997-June 1999

13

4

Forces Contributing to the Changes in Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1958.  [Professional Paper No. 16]

3

43

Gabler, Robert E.  Handbook for Geography Teachers.  (NCGE), 1966.  [Geographic Education Series No. 6]

3

45

Gabler, Robert.  Grass Roots in Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1968.

3

46

Geographical Films.  (NCGE), 1954.  [Special Publication No. 3]

3

47

Geography Achievement Test for Beginning High School Students. (NCGE), 1965.  [Special Publication No. 8]

3

48

Geography and Conservation Education. (NCGE), 1952.  [Professional Paper No. 13]

3

49

Geography as a Professional Field.  (AAG and NCGE), 1966.

3

50

Geography Assessment Framework for the 1994 National Assessment of Educational Progress.  (NCGE, CCSSO, NCSS, and AIR), 1994

3

51

Geography for Life: National Geography Standards.  (NGS, AAG, AGS and NCGE), 1994.

4

29

Geography Framework for the 1994 National Assessment of Educational Progress, (NAGB with NCGE), 1994.

8

2

Geography in Undergraduate College Curricula.  (NCGE), 1948. [Professional Paper No. 8]

3

52

Geography Textbook Assessment for Middle High School Educators.  (NCGE and GENIP), 1996.

3

53

Gersmehl, Phillip.  Language of Maps.  (NCGE), 1991.  [Pathway in Geography Series No.1]

4

1

Gersmehl, Phillip.  Language of Maps.  (NCGE), 1996.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 1]

4

2

Gersmehl, Phillip.  Why Not Here?  Teaching Geography to a New Standard.  (NCGE), 1996

4

3

Goodman, James M. and L. Dee Fink, Compilers. A Membership Directory of the National Council for Geographic Education. (NCGE), 1981.

9

1

Griffin, Paul.  Geography of Population:  A teacher’s guide.  (NCGE), 1969.

4

4

Gross, Herbert H.  Statistics for Geography Teachers.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Topics in Geography No. 2]

3

44

Halverson, Lynn.  Do it This Way:  Geography via Pictures.  (NCGE), 1968.

4

6

High, James.  Geography: Coordinating Element in Secondary Social Studies.  (NCGE), 1960.  [Professional Paper No. 20]

4

7

Hoover, Jean.  Programmed Latitude and Longitude.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Special Publication No. 10]

4

8

Hornstein, Hugh. Bibliography of Paperback Books Relating to Geography.  (NCGE), 1970.

4

9

Jacobson, Daniel.  Teaching the American Indian in the American School:  An Adventure in Cultural Geography.  (NCGE), 1969. [Special Publication No. 15]

4

10

James, Preston E.  New Concept of Atmospheric Circulation.  (NCGE), 1964.  [Professional Paper No. 26]

4

11

Journal of Geography, v. 1, 1902

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 10-11, 1911-1913

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 12-13, 1913-15

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 14-15, 1915-1917

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 16-17, 1917-1918

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 18-19, 1919-1920

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 2, 1903

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 20, 1921

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 21-22, 1922-1923

 

Wall

Journal of Geography, v. 23-24, 1924-1925

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 25-26, 1926-1927

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 27-28, 1928-1929

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 29-30, 1930-1931

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 3, 1904

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 31-32, 1932-1933

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 33-34, 1934-1935

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 35-36, 1936-1937

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 37-38, 1938-1939

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 39-40, 1940-1941

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 4, 1905

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 41-42, 1942-1943

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 43-46, 1946-1947

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 47-48, 1948-1949

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 49-51, 1950-1952

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 5, 1906

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 52-54, 1953-1956

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 55-58, 1957-1959

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 59-61, 1960-1962

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 62, 1963

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 63, 1964

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 64, 1965

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 65, 1966

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 66, 1967

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 6-7, 1907-1909

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 67, 1968

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 68, 1969

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 69, 1970

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 70, 1971

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 71, 1972

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 72, 1973

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 73, 1974

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 74, 1975

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 75, 1976

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 76, 1977

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 77, 1978

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 78, 1979

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 79, 1980

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 80, 1981

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 81, 1982

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 82, 1983

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 83, 1984

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 84, 1985

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 85, 1986

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 86, 1987

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 87, 1988

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 88, 1989

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 8-9, 1909-1911

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 89, 1990

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 90, 1991

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 91, 1992

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 92, 1993

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 93, 1994

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 94, 1995

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 95, 1996

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 96, 1997

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 97, 1998

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 98, 1999

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 99, 2000

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 100, 2001

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 101, 2002

 

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Journal of Geography, v, 102, 2003

 

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Journal of Geography, v, 103, 2004

 

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Journal of Geography, v, 104, 2005

 

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Journal of Geography, v, 105, 2006

 

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Journal of Geography, v, 106, Number 1, 2007

 

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Journal of Geography, v. 65, 1966 (Microfilm)

14

1

Journal of Geography, v. 66, 1967 (Microfilm)

14

2

Journal of Geography, v. 67, 1968 (Microfilm)

14

3

Journal of Geography, v. 69, 1970 (Microfilm)

14

4

Journal of Geography, v. 71, 1972 (Microfilm)

14

6

Journal of Geography, v. 72, 1973 (Microfilm)

14

7

Journal of Geography, v. 73, 1974 (Microfilm)

14

8

Journal of Geography, v. 74, 1975 (Microfilm)

14

9

Journal of Geography, v. 78, 1979 (Microfilm)

14

10

Journal of Geography, v. 79, 1980 (Microfilm)

14

11

Journal of Geography, v. 80, 1981 (Microfilm)

14

12

Journal of Geography, v. 81, 1982 (Microfilm)

14

13

Journal of Geography, v. 82, 1983 (Microfilm)

14

14

Journal of Geography, v. 83, 1984 (Microfilm)

14

15

Journal of Geography, v. 84, 1985 (Microfilm)

14

16

Journal of Geography, v. 85, 1986 (Microfilm)

14

17

Journal of Geography, v. 86, 1987 (Microfilm)

14

18

Journal of Geography, v. 87, 1988 (Microfilm)

15

1

Journal of Geography, v. 88, 1989 including Teachers’ Speak 1989 Hershey Conference (Microfilm)

15

2

Journal of Geography, v. 89, 1990 including Teachers’ Speak Anniversary Issue, 75 Years (Microfilm)

15

3

Journal of Geography, v. 90, 1991 (Microfilm)

15

4

Journal of Geography, v. 91, 1992 (Microfilm)

15

5

Journal of Geography, v. 92, 1993 (Microfilm)

15

6

Journal of Geography, v. 93, 1994 (Microfilm)

15

7

Journal of Geography, v. 94, 1995 (Microfilm)

15

8

Journal of Geography, v. 95, 1996 (Microfilm)

15

9

Journal of Geography, v. 97, 1998 (Microfilm)

15

10

Journal of Geography, v. 98, 1999 (Microfilm)

15

11

Journal of Geography, v. 99, 2000 (Microfilm)

15

12

Journal of Geography, v. 100, 2001 (Microfilm)

15

13

Journal of Geography, v. 101, 2002 (Microfilm)

15

14

Journal of Geography, v. 102, 2003 (Microfilm)

15

15

Journal of Geography, v. 103, 2004 (Microfilm)

15

16

Journal of Geography, v. 104, 2005 (Microfilm)

15

17

Journal of Geography, v. 105, 2006 (Microfilm)

15

18

Keach, Evertt T.  Magic Birthday Party.  (NCGE), 1975.  (Includes Teachers Guide)

4

13

Kemball, Walter G. 7-12 Geography:  Themes, Key Ideas, and earning Opportunities.  (NCGE and GENIP), 1989.

3

17

Kemball, Walter G. K-6 Geography:  Themes, Key Ideas, and earning Opportunities.  (NCGE), 1987.

4

12

Kemball, Walter G., ed. Spaces and Places: A Geography Manual for Teachers.  (NCGE and GENIP), 1995.

5

21

Kohn, Clyde F.  Selected Classroom Experiences:  High School Geography Project.  (NCGE) 1964.  [Geographic Education Series No. 4]

4

14

Laidig, Kermit L.  Urban Geography.  (NCGE), 1966.  [Topics in Geography No. 1]

4

15

Laidig, Kermit.  Geography and Educational Media.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Topics in Geography No. 3]

4

16

LeVasseur, Michal.  Finding a Way:  Encouraging Underrepresented Groups in Geography:  An Annotated Bibliography.  (NCGE), 1993.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 5]

4

17

List of Articles on Maps and Their use in Geographic Education. (NCGE), 1950.  [Professional Paper No. 10]

4

18

“Long Range Plan.” (NCGE), 1990

10

4

Lounsbury, John F., Lawrence Sommars, and Edward Fernald.  Land Use:  A Spatial Approach.  (NCGE), 1981.  [Pacesetter Series]

4

19

Manson, Gary and Merrill Ridd.  New Perspectives on Geographic Education:  Putting Theory Into Practice.  (NCGE), 1977.

4

20

Martinson Tom and Susan Brooker-Gross, eds.  Revisiting the Americas:  Teaching and Learning the Geography for the Western Hemisphere.  (NCGE), 1992.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 4]

4

21

Mayer, Harold.  Modern City:  Its Geography.  (NCGE), 1970.

4

22

McDermott, Paul.  Globes, Maps, Photographs:  Geographic Tools.  (NCGE), 1971.  [Topics in Geography Series No. 4]

4

23

McKee Jesse O.  Ethnicity in Contemporary America: A Geographical Appraisal.  (NCGE), 1984.  [Pacesetter Series]

4

24

McKinney, William M.  Do it This Way:  Geography via Use of the Globe.  (NCGE), 1965.

4

25

Meijer, Henk and Hank Aay.  Looking into Each Other’s Mirrors:  Netherlands / United States Geography Textbook Study.  (NCGE and IDG), 1994.

4

26

Morrison, Paul Cross.  Middle America, Land of Too Many and Too Little.  (NCGE), 1961.  [Professional Paper No. 21]

4

27

NAEP 1994 Geography: A First Look.  The Findings from the National Assessment of Educational Progress, (U.S. Dept of Education), 1995. 

8

3

Nakayama, Shuichi. Renaissance of Geographic Education in the United States of America – With Full Text of Guidelines for Geographic Education – Elementary and Secondary Education Schools, 1984. (NGCE), 1984. (Japanese)

8

10

National Football League Poster.  (NCGE), 1991.

4

28

Natoli, Salvatore J. Guidelines for Geographic Education:  Elementary and Secondary Schools.  (NCGE), 1984.

4

5

Natoli, Salvatore J., ed. Strengthening Geography in the Social Studies. (NCGE), 1994.

8

9

Oldakowski, Ray, Laurie Molina, and Betsy Purdum.  Growth, Technology, Planning, and Geographic Education In Central Florida:  Images and Encounters.  (NCGE), 1997.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 16]

4

30

Olson, Ralph E.  Literature of Regional Geography.  (NCGE), undated.  [Special Publication No.5]

4

31

Outline Map Blackline Masters.  (NCGE), 1994.

4

32

Outline Map Blackline Masters: Set A.  (NCGE), 1991.

4

33

Pannell, Clifton W.  East Asia:  Geographical and Historical Approached to Foreign Area Studies.  (NCGE), 1983.  [Pacesetter Series]

4

34

Patterson, William D.  The Four Traditions of Geography.  (NCGE), 1964.  [Professional Paper No. 25]

4

35

Perspective, volume 1-4, 1969-1972 (Microfilm)

14

5

Perspective, volume 10-14, 1981-1986

4

37

Perspective, volume 15-17, 1986-1989

4

38

Perspective, volume 18-19, 1989-1991

4

39

Perspective, volume 1-9, 1969-1981

4

36

Perspective, volume 20, 1991-1992

4

40

Perspective, volume 21-22, 1992-1994

4

41

Perspective, volume 23-24, 1994-1996

5

1

Perspective, volume 25, 1996-1997

5

2

Perspective, volume 26-27, 1997-1999

8

4

Perspective, volume 28, 1999

8

5

Perspective, volume 29, 2000

9

12

Perspective, volume 30, 2001

9

13

Perspective, volume 30, 2001-2002

11

15

Perspective, volume 30 number 3-6, 2002

18

22

Perspective, volume 31 number 1-6, 2002-2003

18

23

Perspective, volume 32 number 1-6, 2003-2004

18

24

Perspective, volume 33 number 1-6, 2004-2005

18

25

Perspective, volume 34 number 1,2,4,5,6, 2005-2006

18

26

Perspective, volume 35 number 1-5, 2006-2007

18

27

Petersen, James and Julie Tuason.  Geographic Glimpse of Central Texas and the Borderlands. (NCGE), 1995.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 12]

5

3

Pikora, Theodore S. and Stephen Young.  Boston and New England:  Advancing the Revolution in Geographic Education in a Region of Change. (NCGE), 1999. [Pathway in Geography Series No. 21]

8

6

Posey-Pacak, Melissa L.  Earth at Risk: A Resource for K-12 Teachers.  (NCGE), 1991.

5

4

Pritchard, Sandra.  Women in Geography Education.  (NCGE), 1986.

5

5

Proceedings of the PECORA VII Symposium.  (NCGE, ASP, and AAG), 1982.

5

6

Prorok, Carolyn V. and Kiran Banga Chokkar.  Asian Women and Their Work:  A Geography of Gender and Development.  (NCGE), 1998.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 17]

5

7

Read, Mary Jo and Byron K. Barton.  Selected Bibliography of Articles Dealing with the Use of Still Pictures in Classroom Teaching.  (NCGE), 1953.  [Special Publication No. 2]

5

8

Research Needs in Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Geographic Education Series No. 7]

5

9

Rice, Gwenda A. and Teresa L. Bulman. Fieldwork in the Geography Curriculum: Filling the Rhetoric-Reality Gap. (NCGE), 2001.

 

 

Richason, Benjamin F. Jr.  Geography via the Audio-Visual Tutorial Method.  (NCGE), 1969.

5

10

Richason, Benjamin F. Jr. and Carl E. Guell.  Do it this Way:  Geography via Aerial Field Trips.  (NCGE), 1965.

5

14

Richason, Benjamin F. Jr. Introduction to Remote Sensing of the Environment.  (NCGE), 1978. [Pacesetter Series]

5

11

Richason, Benjamin F. Jr. Introduction to Remote Sensing of the Environment. 2nd ed. (NCGE), 1983. [Pacesetter Series]

5

12

Richason, Benjamin F. Jr. Introduction to Remote Sensing of the Environment:  Lab Manual  (NCGE), 1978. [Pacesetter Series]

5

13

Salter, Christopher, et. al.  Key to the National Geography Standards.  (NGS), 1995.

5

19

Scarfe, Nevill V.  Geography in Schools.  (NCGE), 1965.  [Topics in Geography Series No. 5]

5

15

Schroeder, Walter.  Geography Through Maps:  The Eastern Ozarks.  (NCGE), 1967.  [Special Publication No. 13]

5

16

Selected Bibliography on Geography Education for Curriculum Committees.  (NCGE), 1951.  [Professional Paper No. 12]

5

17

Sinclair, Robert.  Face of Detroit: A Spatial Synthesis (NCGE), 1970.

5

18

Slater, Frances.  Learning Through Geography.  (NCGE), 1993.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 7]

5

20

St. Peter, Patrice.  Text Assessments in Geography:  Interpretive Analyses of Standard Geography Textbooks, 7-12.  (NCGE), 1990.

5

22

Status of Geography in the Secondary School of the United States.  (NCGE), 1956.  [Special Publication No. 4]

5

23

Stoddard, Robert H.  Field Techniques and Research Methods in Geography.  (NCGE), 1982.  [Pacesetter Series]

5

24

Studies on the Geography of Energy.  (NCGE), 1981.  [Topics in Geography Series No.6]

5

25

Survey of the Academic and Professional Preparation of the Critic or Supervisor of Student Teaching in the Field of Geography.  {NCGE), 1952.  [Professional Paper No. 14]

5

26

Survey of the Research in Geographic Education. (NCGE), 1952. [Professional Paper No. 15]

5

27

Swartz, Robert, John Ball, Fred Dohrs, et al.  Metropolitan America:  Geographic Perspectives and Teaching Strategies and Student-Teacher Packet.  (NCGE), 1972.

5

28

Textbook Evaluation Form:  World geography / Global Studies.  (NCGE), undated.

5

29

The Geography Learning of High-School Seniors, 1990

22

4

Thomas, James.  Teacher’s Index to FOCUS: 1950-1993.  (NCGE), 1996.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 14]

5

30

Ulack, Richard, Karl Raitz, and Hilary Lambert Hopper.  Lexington and Kentucky’s Inner Bluegrass Region.  (NCGE), 1994.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 10]

5

31

Values and Problems in the Use of Color Transparencies.  (NCGE), 1951.  [Professional Paper No. 11]

5

32

Vining, James W.  National Council for Geographic Education:  The First 75 Years and Beyond.  (NCGE), 1990.

5

33

Wake, William H. and Garth A. Hull.  Field Study for Remote Sensing: An Instructors Manual.  (NCGE), 1978.

5

34

Walsh, Stephen J. Proceedings: Techniques and Applications of Remote Sensing for Earth Science Honors Teachers: A Workshop Presentation, June 10-22, 1984, and July 22-27, 1984. Stillwater, Okalahoma, 1984.

10

5

Warman, Henry J.  Changing Emphasis in Geographic Education.  (NCGE), 1958.  [Professional Paper No. 19]

5

35

Waterstone, Marvin.  Water in the Global Environment.  (NCGE), 1992.  [Pathway in Geography Series No. 3]

5

36

White, C. Langdon.  Whither South America:  Population and Natural Resources.  (NCGE), 1961.  [Professional Paper No. 22]

5

37

Winston, Barbara J.  Map and Globe Skills: K-8 Teaching Guide.  (NCGE), 1984.  [Topics in Geography Series No. 7]

5

38

Historic Women in Geography Education Calendar 2005

18

19

Teachers resources renewal forms 2007

18

7

Teachers Resources Catalogues 2003-2007

18

18

The Geography Teacher, volume 1, number 1, 2004

18

28

Slide Show Adventure in Mongolia by Svec, 1983 (missing slides 7,9,11,17,18,20,37)

20

1

Slide Show Afghanistan by Weil, 1984 (missing slide 14)

20

2

Slide Show Agribusiness – The California Example  by Weightman, no date (missing slides 7,17,19)

20

3

Slide Show The Agricultural Interior by Funderburk, 1984 (missing slides 1-5,7-8,10,12-14,16-19,22-25,27,29,31,34,38,40)

20

4

Slide Show Agriculture USSR by Earney no date (missing slides none)

20

5

Slide Show Air Pollution by Pryde, no date (missing slides 4,8,22,24)

20

6

Slide Show Argentina by Snead, 1995 (missing slides none)

20

7

Slide Show Atlantic Canada: The Maritimes by Steeve,1981 (missing slides 16,24,30)

20

8

Slide Show The Basin and Range Region by Funderburk, 1984 (missing slides none)

20

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Slide Show The California Desert by Weightman, 1994 (missing slides 43)

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Slide Show Central America by Griffin, no date (missing slides5,7-8,10,12,15-16,18,31-32,34-35,39-40)

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11

Slide Show Chicago by Cutler, 1984 (missing slides 20)

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12

Slide Show Cultural and Historical Resource Management in U.S. National Park Areas by Wikle, 1997 (missing slides 1)

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13

Slide Show Czechoslovakia by Svec, no date (missing slides 40)

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Slide Show East Africa: Economic and Cultural Geography by King, 1978 (missing slides 18-19,24-35,28,31,37,40,47,50,54,56)

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15

Slide Show East Africa: Physical and Historical by King, 1978 (missing slides 1517-18,21,27,40,42,47)

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16

Slide Show Ecuador by Snead, 1988 (missing slides none)

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17

Slide Show Energy Problem by Pryde, 1982 (missing slides 34,35,40,41,45,57)

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18

Slide Show Environment Hazards in the Valley of Mexico by Collins, Scott, no date (Slides available 14,29,40,44)

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19

Slide Show Geography of the Northern Plains by Smith, 1984 (missing slides 6-7,12,23-24,26-27,33,)

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Slide Show Geography of Tourism and Resort Development by Stansfield, no date (missing slides none)

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21

Slide Show Gold and Silver Mining in the American West – An Environmental Study by Rohe, 1990 (missing slides none)

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22

Slide Show Great Cities of Asia – Hong Kong and Singapore by Weightman, no date (missing slides 6,8-9,19,26-27,35,41,53)

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23

Slide Show The Great Plains by Funderburk, 1984 (missing slides 1-2,6-7,12,20)

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24

Slide Show Guyana by Smith, 1980 (missing slides none)

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25

Slide Show The Hawaiian Islands by Sager, 1984 (missing slides 3,10,12,18,20)

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26

Slide Show Highland of Peru and Bolivia by Weil, 1982 (missing slides 10)

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27

Slide Show Historic Charleston, South Carolina by Cramer, 1984 (missing slides 9-10,13)

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28

Slide Show Human Adaption in  Chile: from the Desert North to the Forest South by Aagesen, 1996 (missing slides none)

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29

Slide Show Human Attempts to Control Coastal Erosion by Snead, 1987 (missing slides none)

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30

Slide Show Introduction to Australia by Jones, 1990 (missing slides none)

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31

Slide Show Introduction to the Third World by Pasztor, 1987 (missing slides none)

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32

Slide Show Iron Ore by Earney, no date (missing slides 13,27,35,40)

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Slide Show Israel I: Land and People by Weil, 1985 (missing slides none)

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34

Slide Show Israel II: Jerusalem by Weil, 1982 (missing slides none)

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Slide Show Ivory Coast by Drake, 1984 (missing slides 33,52)

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Slide Show Japan I by Cramer, 1980 (missing slides none)

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37

Slide Show Japan II by Cramer, 1980 (missing slides 30,33)

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Slide Show Land Use in Rural Jamaica by Schaetzl, 1996 (missing slides none)

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39

Slide Show Los Angeles by Steiner, 1984 (missing slides none)

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Slide Show Managing the Physical Environments of Tourism: Example from America’s National Parks by Stansfield, 1995 (missing slides none)

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41

Slide Show The Maya of Mexico by Augustin, Phillips, 1983 (missing slides 13,21)

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42

Slide Show Mexico by Cramer, no date (missing slides 6,10-11,14,21-22,30, 31-33,37-37)

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43

Slide Show Middle East I by Snead, 1981 (missing slides 14,23,51-52)

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44

Slide Show Middle East II by Snead, 1981 (missing slides 34)

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45

Slide Show Mountain Vegetation of the Central Colorado Rockies by Pritcherd, 1986 (missing slides none)

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46

Slide Show Nepal by Weil, 1984 (missing slides none)

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47

Slide Show New England: Physical and Cultural Geography by Lewis, 1981 (missing slides 2,9,19,33,37-38)

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48

Slide Show New Zealand by Britton, 1982 (missing slides 9-11,29,32,36

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49

Slide Show The Ozarks by Rafferty, no date (missing slides 2,6-7,13-14,37)

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50

Slide Show The Peoples Republic of China by Milne, Conolly, 1975-76 (missing slides none)

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51

Slide Show Pre-Columbian Civilizations of Mexico by Augustine, Phillips, 1983 (missing slides none)

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52

Slide Show Polynesia: Physical and Cultural Geography by Lyon, 1980 (missing slides 14-1533,38,41,44,59)

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Slide Show Puerto Rico by Richasan, no date (missing slides none)

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54

Slide Show Radar Remote Sensing from Space by Byron, Henderson, no date (missing slides none)

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55

Slide Show The Republic of Costa Rica by Cramer, 1983 (missing slides 25,33)

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Slide Show The Republic of El Salvador by Cramer, 1983 (missing slides 12,21,25,27,30,39)

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Slide Show The Republic of Guatemala by Cramer, 1983 (missing slides 4,14-16,28,34,40)

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Slide Show The Republic of Honduras by Cramer, 1983 (missing slides 14-15,18,20,28,

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Slide Show The Republic of Malta by Balm, no date (missing slides none)

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Slide Show The Republic of Turkey by Anderzhon, 1984 (missing slides none)

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Slide Show Resource Development in the West Indies by Snead, no date (missing slides 9)

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62

Slide Show The Rocky Mountains by Funderburk, 1984 (missing slides 5,11,13,17,33-34)

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63

Slide Show Scandinavia by Cramer, no date (missing slides none)

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Slide Show South Africa by Brown, no year (missing slides 4-5,11,14-15,23,25)

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Slide Show South Central Alaska by Scott, 1996 (missing slides none)

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3

Slide Show South East Alaska by Scott, 1983 (missing slides 11,13-14,23,37)

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4

Slide Show Southern Appalachian Folk Culture by Rehder, 1980 (missing slides1-2,8,17,26,29-30,34-35,37)

21

5

Slide Show Southern Florida: From the Gold Coast to the Keys by Steeve, 1980 (missing slides none)

21

6

Slide Show Southwest Alaska by Oosterman, 1984 (missing slides 3,17,22,32,38)

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7

Slide Show The Soviet Union by Augustin, Dietz, no date (missing slides 2-3,5,7,9-10,13-15,17,19,22-24,26-27,33,50,52-53,59)

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8

Slide Show The State of Florida by Cramer, 1984 (missing slides 2,6,14,22-23)

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Slide Show Surface Mine Reclamation in Appalachia: The West Virginia Example by Ross, 1988 (missing slides none)

21

10

Slide Show Syria: The Land and its People by Zeigler, 1997 (missing slides none)

21

11

Slide Show Taiwan: The Republic of China by Jones, 1991 (missing slides none)

21

12

Slide Show Thailand by Carmichael, 1984 (missing slides 4,13)

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13

Slide Show Toronto by Doucet, no date (missing slides

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14

Slide Show The United States – Mexico Border Region by Collins, Scott, 1989 (missing slides none)

21

15

Slide Show The Utah Floods of 1982-1983 by Alsop, 1986 (missing slides none)

21

16

Slide Show Water Pollution by Pryde, no date (missing slides 2,17,29,33)

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17

Slide Show The Western Pacific Basin by Jones, 1992 (missing slides none)

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Contract with Great Plains National, 1983-1993

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19

Maps as Communication Permission Forms, 1985-1989

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Slide Donation Agreement – Aagesen, David, 1996

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Slide Donation Agreement – Alanen, Arnold, 1984

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22

Slide Donation Agreement – Alsop, Ted, 1986

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23

Slide Donation Agreement – Anderzhon, Mamie, 1975 and 1984

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Slide Donation Agreement – Augustin, Byron, 1980

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25

Slide Donation Agreement – Balm, Roger, 1995

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26

Slide Donation Agreement – Boehm, Richard, 1978

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27

Slide Donation Agreement – Britton, Robert A., 1982

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28

Slide Donation Agreement – Brown, S. Earl, 1974

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Slide Donation Agreement – Bryan M. Leonard, 1983

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30

Slide Donation Agreement – Bryant, Thomas L., 1979

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31

Slide Donation Agreement – Carmichael, Robert S., 1984

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32

Slide Donation Agreement – Collins, Charles, 1997

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33

Slide Donation Agreement – Conolly, Geoffrey K., 1976

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34

Slide Donation Agreement – Cramer, Robert E., 1980

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35

Slide Donation Agreement – Cutler, Irving, 1983

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36

Slide Donation Agreement – deBlij, Harm, 1986

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37

Slide Donation Agreement – Dietz, John, 1980

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38

Slide Donation Agreement – Doucet, Michael, 1978

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39

Slide Donation Agreement – Drake, Christine, 1984

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40

Slide Donation Agreement – Earney, Fillmore, 1978

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41

Slide Donation Agreement – Funderburk, Robert S., 1989

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42

Slide Donation Agreement – Gilmartin, Pat, 1989

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43

Slide Donation Agreement – Goldin, Alan, 1997

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44

Slide Donation Agreement – Griffin, Paul, 1975

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45

Slide Donation Agreement – Jones, Harding, 1990

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46

Slide Donation Agreement – King, James W., 1978

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47

Slide Donation Agreement – Lewis, Thomas R. Jr., 1981

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48

Slide Donation Agreement – Lyons, Robin R., 1979

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49

Slide Donation Agreement – McDonald, James R., 1993

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50

Slide Donation Agreement – Miller, E. Willard, 1984

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51

Slide Donation Agreement – Miller, Victor C., 1978

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52

Slide Donation Agreement – Moore, Tyrel, 1989

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53

Slide Donation Agreement – Oosterman, Gordon, 1979

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54

Slide Donation Agreement – Oosterman, Mary E., 1989

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55

Slide Donation Agreement – Osborne, Mary Lee, 1995

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56

Slide Donation Agreement – Park, Siyoung, 1988

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57

Slide Donation Agreement – Pasztor, Joseph, 1986

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58

Slide Donation Agreement – Podewell, Stephen, 1999

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59

Slide Donation Agreement – Pritchard, Sandra, 1986

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60

Slide Donation Agreement – Pryde, Philip R., 1976

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61

Slide Donation Agreement – Rafferty, Milton D., 1978

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62

Slide Donation Agreement – Read, Mary Jo, 1975

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Slide Donation Agreement – Rehder, John B., 1979

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64

Slide Donation Agreement – Richasan, Benjamin, 1978

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Slide Donation Agreement – Rohe, Randall, 1989

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Slide Donation Agreement – Ross, Thomas E., 1989

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Slide Donation Agreement – Sager, Robert J., 1989

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68

Slide Donation Agreement – Shepeluk, Wes, 1978

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69

Slide Donation Agreement – Smith, James R., 1980

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70

Slide Donation Agreement – Snead, Rodman, 1997

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Slide Donation Agreement – Solomon, Les, 1978

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Slide Donation Agreement – Stansfield, Charles A., 1994

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73

Slide Donation Agreement – Steeve, Harry W., 1981

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74

Slide Donation Agreement – Steiner, Rodney, 1984

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Slide Donation Agreement – Svec, M. Melvina, 1985

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76

Slide Donation Agreement – Weil, Richard M., 1984

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Slide Donation Agreement – Weightman, Barbara A., 1978

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78

Slide Donation Agreement – Withington, William A., 1975

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Slide Donation Agreement – Zeigler, Don, 1997

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Slide Donation Agreement- Zinn, Franklyn K., 1978

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Slide Collection Catalogues – 1984,1985,1986,1988,1989,1992,1993,1999

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Slide Sets List and Map, 1996

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Slide Show Use Rights Royalty Report, 1986

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Series 3: Videos     

Box

Video

Geographers on Film - Bacon, Phillip, San Antonio, October 25, 1995 (42m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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Geographers on film – Bednarz, Robert S., Orlando, October 8, 1997 (56m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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12

Geographers on Film - Bednarz, Sarah, Santa Barbara, November 15, 1996 (38m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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4

Geographers on film – Blouet, Brian W., Indianapolis, October 11, 1998 (68m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

10

Geographers on film – Drake, Chris, Indianapolis, October 12, 1998 (28m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

13

Geographers on Film - Fernald, A. Edward, San Antonio, October 26, 1995 (42m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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5

Geographers on Film - Gritzner, F. Charles, Santa Barbara, November 15, 1996 (53m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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3

Geographers on film – Hardwick, Susan W., Boston, November 4, 1999 (70m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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11

Geographers on film – Harper, Robert A., Charlotte, April 12, 1996 (39m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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9

Geographers on Film - Hill, A. David, San Antonio, October 26, 1995 (38m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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5

Geographers on film – Hobbs, Gail A., Boston, November 5, 1999 (50m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

11

Geographers on film – Jumper, Sidney R., Indianapolis, October 13, 1998 (65m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

12

Geographers on Film - Lanegran, David, San Antonio, October 26, 1995 (65m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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Geographers on film – Lineback, Neal G., Orlando, October 9, 1997 (62m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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Geographers on Film - Marran, James, Santa Barbara, November 14, 1996 (58m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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3

Geographers on Film - Maxfield, Orland, Santa Barbara, November 15, 1996 (81m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

6

4

Geographers on Film - Morrill, W. Robert, San Antonio, October 26, 1995 (38m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

6

5

Geographers on film – Natoli, Salvatore J., Indianapolis, October 12, 1998 (70m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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8

Geographers on film – Nellis, M. Duane, Orlando, October 8, 1997 (45m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

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10

Geographers on Film - Sharma, Martha, Santa Barbara, November 14, 1996 (23m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

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2

Geographers on Film - Shirey, Ruth I., Santa Barbara, November 15, 1996 (80m) (In house use only – no duplication.)

6

2

Geographers on film – Stoltman, Joseph P., Orlando, October 10, 1997 (38m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

8

Geographers on film – Zeigler, Donald J., Boston, November 5, 1999 (69m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

13

Geographers on film –Drummond, Dorothy, Orlando, October, 8, 1997 (51m) (In house use only - no duplication.)

6

9

National Geographic Society – Bradley, Sen. Bill, October 21, 1991 Geography Education needs in U.S. (3m)

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National Geographic Society – DOE / NCGE Press Announcement, July 22, 1992

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Series 4:  Instructional Activities

Box

Folder

“A Comparative Study of Two American Indian Tribes: An Exercise in Cultural Geography,” junior high school; “Central Place Theory: Vehicle for Developing Student Skills,” junior high school; and “Planning a Bicycle Route for Eugene, Oregon,” junior high school, undated

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“A Look at Omaha Urban Development and Change,” junior high school; “The Sudanese Problem,” junior high school; and “United States Forests: Status and Trends,” junior high school, undated

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5

“Analysis of Stereotypes. Beaverton, Oregon,” grades 4-6, undated

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1

“Agriculture in Nebraska,” intermediate school; “Map Exercises,” intermediate school; and “Poverty: An Ever-Present Dilemma,” intermediate school, undated

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7

“Gateways to the World,” primary school; “The Geography of Style: Hats and Headwear in the Middle East,” primary school; and “Mapping the Home: Developing Basic Mapping Skills in Elementary Students,” primary school, undated

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4

Illinois State University Geography Curriculum for World Geography to be used by Connecticut State Vocational-Technical Schools, 1994-1998

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8

“Majors, Minors, and the Little Leagues: The Geography of Baseball,” primary school; “Sadko Revisited,” primary school; and “Communicating by Symbol,” primary school, undated

11

3

“Understanding Urban Areas, Focus on Portland Region,” primary school and “Inquiry Bulletin Board Hawaii: Clothing, Recreation, Housing, Food,” primary school, undated

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2

Pathways number 23 “Grades K-4 Standards Based Lesson Models” 2002

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Pathways number 24 “Philadelphia Transforming Tradition in the 21st Century,” 2002

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30

Pathways number 25 “Grades 5-8 Standards-Based Lesson Plans,” 2004

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Pathways number 26 “Grades 9-12 Standards-Based Lesson Plans,” 2003

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Pathways number 27 “Geography, Culture and Change in the Mormon West 1847-2003,” 2003

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Pathways number 28 “The American Landscape from the Air” CD of aerial photos included, 2004

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Pathways number 29 “Teaching Human Geography,” 2004

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Pathways number 30 “A Teacher’s Guide to Advanced Placement Human Geography,” 2004

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Pathways number 31 “Focus on Human Geography,” 2005

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Pathways number 32 “Teaching about the Islamic World,” 2006

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Pathways number 33  “The Geography-Sports Connection: Using Sports to Teach Geography,” 2006

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