A great geographer: Elisée Reclus, 1830–1905

  title={A great geographer: Elis{\'e}e Reclus, 1830–1905},
  author={P. Geddes},
  journal={Scottish Geographical Journal},
  • P. Geddes
  • Geography
  • Scottish Geographical Journal
The Ghost of Patrick Geddes: Civics as Applied Sociology
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Philanthropy and public enterprise: International exhibitions and the modern town planning movement, 1889–1913
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Elisée Reclus and the great globe