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  Beloit College Archives -- Archives Collections -- Beloit Alumni -- Ellsworth Huntington
Huntington's writings appealed because he took great pains to write attractively, and because he presented a succession of thought-provoking theories and generalizations.
Huntington's books, especially, Pulse of Asia, Civilization and Climate, The Human Habitat, West of the Pacific, and Mainsprings of Civilization were widely read.
Huntington did much field work in the West, especially on climatic changes, partly with the help of an extended study of tree rings.
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 HUNTINGTON, Ellsworth [1876-1947] -- American explorer and geographer
Huntington joined the second Pumpelly expedition and assisted in excavations at Anau and Merv on the borders of the Transcaspian desert.
Huntington went to Yale University in 1907, as instructor in geography, a subject whose advanced phases were then new in universities.
Huntington's work was done from sheer love of exploration, most of it was directed toward a definite aim.
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 Ellsworth Land --  Encyclopædia Britannica
formerly Ellsworth Highland region in Antarctica at the base of the Antarctic Peninsula, between the Ronne Ice Shelf and the Bellingshausen Sea, east of Marie Byrd Land.
It embraces several mountain ranges, including the Ellsworth Mountains, the tallest peak of which, Vinson Massif (16,066 feet [4,897 metres] above sea level), is the highest in Antarctica.
U.S. explorer Lincoln Ellsworth was born in Chicago, Ill. He traveled with Roald Amundsen on his Arctic flights of 1925 and 1926.
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 Guide to the Henry S. Huntington Family Papers (Record Group No. 109): Finding Aid
This record group is complemented by the papers of Yale professor and geographer Ellsworth Huntington, son of Henry and Mary, which are held at Sterling Memorial Library.
Ellsworth Huntington taught at Euphrates College in Harpoot, Turkey, for a few years beginning in 1898 and traveled in the area later in his career.
The Huntington family of Norwich, CT was a vast web of individuals and families who traced their ancestry back to one Simon Huntington.
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 Origins of the HFA
The first meeting of the Huntington family was held at the First Church in Norwich Town, CT. on September 3, 1857, as a result of plans made in the previous December by several gentlemen of the Huntington name.
Huntington in publishing the family history, including raising funds for the purpose; and a resolution to meet again in 50 years.
Ellsworth Huntington, and in conclusion one verse of Old Hundred was sung.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Ellsworth Huntington
Huntington (West Virginia), city in western West Virginia.
Huntington is the seat of Cabell County and is also in Wayne County.
Huntington (New York), unincorporated town, Suffolk County, southeastern New York, on the northern shore of Long Island; settled 1653.
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 Ellsworth Huntington - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Ellsworth Huntington - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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 Huntington - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also Henry Huntington and his Huntington Library in San Marino, California
Huntington is the name of a number of places:
These should not be confused with Huntingtown or Huntingdon.
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 Assignment on Ellsworth Huntington
Ellsworth Huntington was a geographer who studied human behavior.
He began notice that people within the northern hemisphere where working harder than the people in the southern hemisphere.
Ever since air conditioners and other things that help increase stamina and productivity have been invented, work is the south has increased dramatically so that it is if not equal, it is more productive than the north.
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Ellsworth Huntington was born in Galesburg, IL in 1876.
When he returned to the United States, he attended Harvard University and received his M.A. Huntington received his PhD at Yale in 1909.
Ellsworth Huntington was interested in the distribution of climactic energy and the concept of environmental determinism.
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 ninemsn Encarta - Search Results - Huntington Ellsworth
ninemsn Encarta - Search Results - Huntington Ellsworth
Huntington, Ellsworth (1876-1947), American geographer, explorer, and author, whose work focused on the effects of climate on human heredity and...
In human geography the main impact of Darwin’s ideas was in terms of approaches to the relationship between people and the environments in which they...
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 Ellsworth Huntington
Huntington ascribed the differences in economic performance to differences in climate.Many economists are uncomfortable with this idea.According to Huntington, these differences in economic performance also affected political structures—tropical states tend to have unstable political histories.Other factors in this model affecting economic performance are access to the sea and the presence of raw materials like oil.
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 Learn more about Ellsworth Huntington in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Learn more about Ellsworth Huntington in the online encyclopedia.
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 Alibris: Ellsworth Huntington
by Huntington, Ellsworth, and Douglass, A. E., and Kullmer, Charles Julius
by Huntington, Ellsworth, and Williams, Whiting, and Toomer, Jean, and Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, and Eliot, Thomas Dawes
by Lull, Richard Swann, and Huntington, Ellsworth, and Barrell, Joseph, and Woodruff, Lorande Loss, and Schuchert, Charles
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 AllRefer.com - Ellsworth Huntington (Geography, Biography) - Encyclopedia
AllRefer.com - Ellsworth Huntington (Geography, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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 Ellsworth Huntington - Internet-Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 TIME Magazine Archive Article -- Builders -- Nov. 14, 1927
THE BUILDERS OF AMERICA—Ellsworth Huntington and Leon F. Whitney —Morrow ($3.50).
Unlike some advocates of birth control who whine for an indiscriminate decrease in the world-birth rate, Authors Huntington, able Yale environist, and Whitney, able Secretary of the American Eugenics Society, with many a diagram and graph, powerfully defend their contention that the intelligent minority should be more prolific.
Most novel, indisputable, disastrous, are the statistics which they produce upon those who achieve irritating and ephemeral success during their collegiate careers, and who, when they graduate, are reluctant to duplicate their superiorities in offspring.
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 The Red Man's Continent by Ellsworth Huntington : Arthur's Classic Novels
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This is the etext version of the book The Red Man's Continent by Ellsworth Huntington, taken from the original etext redma10.txt.
In the Amazon basin it reaches its highest development and becomes the crowning glory of the vegetable world, the most baffling obstacle to human progress.
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 Infoplease Search: huntington
(Encyclopedia) Huntington, Samuel, 1731–96, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of the...
(Almanac - People) Collis P. Huntington railroad executive Born: 10/22/1821 Birthplace: Harwinton, Conn. Like his...
(Encyclopedia) Huntington, Lucius Seth, 1827–86, Canadian politician, b.
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 Raymond Ellsworth /Huntington/ Family Tree on OneGreatFamily.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Genealogy and Family Tree of Raymond Ellsworth /Huntington/
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 Is The Bible Valuable?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The following letter is from Dr. Ellsworth Huntington, Research Associate of Geography, Yale University:
Your attitude drives people like myself in the opposite direction from what you intend.
Dear Doctor Huntington: Thank you for your gracious communication and candid criticism.
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 Character of Races as Influenced by Physical Environment, Natural Selection and Historical Developme - Ellsworth ...
Character of Races as Influenced by Physical Environment, Natural Selection and Historical Developme - Ellsworth Huntington
Huntington believes that at least a partial explanation is found in natural selection arising most frequently under the stress of over-population and migration.
The principle involved is so simple and obvious that it seems almost incredible that it has been so largely ignored by students of geography, history and sociology.
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 Huntington, Ellsworth - Red Man's Continent, A Chronicle Of Aboriginal America, The, The (isbn 1404327169) - new and ...
Huntington, Ellsworth - Red Man's Continent, A Chronicle Of Aboriginal America, The, The (isbn 1404327169) - new and used books
Huntington, Ellsworth - Red Man's Continent, a Chronicle of Aboriginal America, the, The
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 Find in a Library: Ellsworth Huntington; his life and thought
Find in a Library: Ellsworth Huntington; his life and thought
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 The Red Man's Continent, A Chronicle of Aboriginal America, by Ellsworth Huntington : Arthur's Classic Novels
This Book, Volume 1 In The Chronicles Of America Series, Allen Johnson, Editor, Was Donated To Project Gutenberg By The James J. Kelly Library Of St. Gregory's University; Thanks To Alev Akman.
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Since the warm season lasts throughout the year within the tropics, dense forests composed of uniformly large trees corresponding to our oaks, maples, and beeches will not thrive unless the ground is wet most of the time.
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 Red Man's Continent, The: a chronicle of aboriginal America by Ellsworth Huntington eBook by BookRags
Red Man's Continent, The: a chronicle of aboriginal America by Ellsworth Huntington eBook by BookRags
The second great type of American forest is deciduous.
Yet the area of the forests is less than a quarter of the three million square miles that make up the United States.
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 Infoplease Search: ellsworth junction
(Encyclopedia) Ellsworth, Elmer Ephraim, 1837–61, American Civil War hero, b.
(Encyclopedia) Ellsworth, Henry Leavitt, 1791–1858, American agriculturist, b.
(Encyclopedia) Brown, Elmer Ellsworth, 1861–1934, American educator, b.
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Huntington believes that at least a partial explanation is found in natural selection arising most frequently under the stress of over-population & migration.
The principle involved is so simple & obvious that it seems almost incredible that it has been so largely ignored by students of geography, history & sociology.
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 Europe - Valkenburg, Samuel Van and Ellsworth Huntington
Europe - Valkenburg, Samuel Van and Ellsworth Huntington
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Author Name: Valkenburg, Samuel Van and Ellsworth Huntington
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 The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America by Huntington - Project Gutenberg
The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America by Huntington - Project Gutenberg
The Red Man's Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America by Huntington
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