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Published by Octagon Books in New York .
Written in English


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Originally published, London: Methuen, 1930.

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Open LibraryOL19742925M

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Late Tudor and Early Stuart Geography, A Sequel to Tudor Geography, Eva Germaine Rimington Taylor (–) was an English geographer and historian of science, the first woman to hold an academic chair of geography in the United Kingdom.. Taylor was educated at the Camden School for Girls, the North London Collegiate School, and Royal Holloway she obtained a first class BSc in chemistry from the University of Authority control: BNF: cbm (data), GND: . Taylor, E. G. R., ed., Tudor geography, – (London, ) Taylor, Miles, ‘ Imperium et Libertas? Rethinking the radical critique of imperialism during the nineteenth century ’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 19 ()Cited by: Contemporary works on geography and exploration are listed and dated by E. G. R. Taylor in her Tudor geography, pp. and in her sequel to it, Late Tudor and early Stuart geography, (London, ), pp.

Tudor Geography, by E. G. R. Taylor; Late Tudor and Early Stuart Geography, A Sequel to Tudor Geography, by E. G. R. Taylor; The Explorers of North America, by John Bartlet Brebner (pp. ). Questions on the usefulness of geographical research and the relationship between theory and practice are central to debate over the place and value of Geography as an academic discipline for the third millennium. Such issues also constitute the core of applied : Michael Pacione. Taylor, Tudor Geography, (), provides useful information about Sir Humphrey's plans and aspirations. Additional Sources. Public Archives of Canada. British Archives., What strange new radiance: Sir Humphrey Gilbert and the New World: exhibition, brochure, and catalogue, Ottawa: Public Archives, Canada, Tudor Geography—, E.G.R. Taylor, Methuen & co., Ltd., London, Terrestial and Celestial Globes: Their History and Construction, Including a Cosnideration of their Value as Aids in the Study of Geography and Astronomy, Edward Luther .