Commercial Geography

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Contents

Annual production of wheat United States 18991908
3
Flour mills of Minneapolis
10
Map of worlds wheat production
16
Cotton
22
Areas reporting seaisland cotton 1909
28
Consumption of cotton by manufacturing countries
34
Cattle Industries
40
Cattle other than milch cows United States 18991908
41
Mohawk and Hudson cities and towns in relation to Hudson River ice
187
Transmission lines Niagara Falls Power Company
193
Traction ditching machine experimental farm Cornell University
199
The Concentration of Industries
202
Distribution of slaughtering and meat packing United States
205
Operatives in knitting mill Amsterdam New York
207
Distribution of manufacture of agricultural implements United States
214
Centers of General Industry
217

Worlds cattle including dairy cows
48
Bacteriological laboratory State Dairy School Ames Iowa
54
Iron
58
Furnaces near Pittsburgh
60
Sources routes and destination of Lake Superior iron ores
66
Pig iron in various countries 1914
72
Coal
79
Truesdale coal breaker Scranton Pennsylvania
80
PART III
84
Coal barges at Pittsburgh
86
The Principles of Commercial Geography
92
Distribution of population United States 1790
93
Westward migration of centers of population etc
102
PART II
111
Prairie and woodland original distribution in Illinois
115
Plant Products of the United States
120
Distribution of chief agricultural products United States
121
Apple production United States 19101916
127
Sugar factory sugar beets at Blissfield Michigan
133
Annual production of tobacco United States
135
Wasteful logging Tyler County Texas
141
Animal Industries of the United States
145
Average annual number of swine United States 18991908
147
Oyster bed near Brunswick Georgia 1
154
Mineral Industries of the United States
160
Production Pennsylvania and New York oil fields 18901915
162
Portland cement plants United States
170
Water Resources of the United States
180
Mean annual rainfall in the United States
181
Chicago and vicinity
220
Transportation
229
The Mauretania in New York bay
230
Cross sections of wellknown canals
238
Steamships in the locks at the Soo
244
Communication
247
Interior of Southern Pacific steel postal car
249
Wirelesstelegraph station Glace Bay Nova Scotia
253
Government and Commerce
256
Agricultural experiment stations United States
266
Foreign Commerce of the United States
271
Growth of foreign commerce United States 18601916
272
Foreign trade of Cuba for fiscal year 19081909
278
COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF OTHER COUNTRIES CHAPTER PAGE XVIII Canada
287
Douglas firs British Columbia
289
Canada isotherms for the year
293
United Kingdom
303
France and Belgium
321
The German Empire and the North Sea Coun tries
335
Southern Europe
353
Eastern Europe
369
Asia
384
Australia and New Zealand
402
Africa
412
Latin America
421
The Worlds Commerce
439
QUESTIONS AND REFERENCES
451
INDEX
469

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