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8. Rise and Development of the German Colonial Possessions. Graf Joachim v. Pfeil u Klein Ellguth, Lauban, Germany. 9. The Economic Importance of the Plateaus in Tropical America. Prof. J. R. Smith, Philadelphia, Pa. io. Hydrography and Economics of the Nile Basin. Sir W. Willcocks, Cairo, Egypt. ii. Geographic Aspects of Commercial Mu seums. W. P.Wilson,Sc. D ., Philadelphia, Pa. 12. Geographical Influences Affecting the De velopment of the Sugar Beet Industry in the United States. Dr H. C. Taylor, Madison, Wis. 13. The Atlantic Ferry. Capt. B. J. Kennelly, London, England. 14. Colonial Development in British Tropical Africa. Sir H. H. Johnston, London, England. 15. Oceanic Fishing Grounds. Capt. R . Dittmer, Hannover, Germany. 16. The Division of the Industrial Forces in France by Departments. Prof. E. Levasseur, Paris, France. 17. The Caribbean Regions and Their Re sources. Francis C. Nicholas, New York City. 18. Game and Fur Bearing Animals and Their Influence on the Indian of the North west. Dr T. W. Thorndike, Boston, Mass. 19. La vateur commerciale et industrielle du Sahara francais. Prof. E. T . Gautier, Algiers. 20. L'error economique de l'amerique, juge du vieux continent. Georges Blondel, Paris, France. VIII. HISTORICAL i. Ancient Oceanography. Prof. Guido Cora, Rome, Italy. 2. History and Economic Development of Saint Anthonys Falls. Prof. C . W. Hall, Minneapolis, Minn. 3. The Cabot Landfall. G. R . F . Prowse, Philadelphia, Pa. 4. North American as Known in 1804 and 1904. Gilbert H. Grosvenor, Washington, D. C. 5. Ancient Italian Maritime Itineraries. Prof. F. P . Garofalo, Naples, Italy. 6. Some Early Geographers of the United States. Rear Admiral C M. Chester, Washington, D. C. 7. (Title later.) Prof. E. L. Stevenson, New Brunswick, N. J. 8. Des Chretiens de Saint Mathieu existant en Afrique au commencement du I4me Siecle et de l'identification a l'Ouganda de l'empire Chretien de Magdasor. Frederic Romanet du Gaillaud, Haute, Vienne, France. IX. EDUCATIONAL I. College Entrance Examinations in Geog raphy. Prof. W. M . Davis, Cambridge, Mass. 2. Geographical Excursions for Children. Miss Zonia Baber, Chicago, Ill. 3. Geography and History in the United States. Prof. A. P . Brigham, Hamilton, N. Y . 4. Observational Work for Children. F. Carney, Ithaca, N. Y. 5. Geography in the Normal Schools of the United States. Prof. C R. Dryer, Terre Haute, Ind. 6. Die Bestrebungen der Culturnationen sur Hebung des Geographischen Schulun terrichts und ihre Beforderung durch internationalen Nachrichten Austausch. H. Fischer, Berlin, Germany. 7. School Geography in the United States. Dr Martha K. Genthe, Hartford, Ct. 8. Mathematical Geography for Teachers. Prof. J. P. Goode, Chicago, Ill. 9. Economic Geography in Secondary Schools. Prof. C. A. Herrick, Philadelphia, Pa. ro. Geographic Influence: A Field for Inves tigation. G. D. Hubbard, Ithaca, N. Y. 11. How to Make Geography Real to Students. Prof. M. S. A. Jefferson, Ypsilanti, Mich. 12. The Treatment of Economics in the Study of Commercial Geography. Prof. E. C. Jones, Ann Harbor, Mich. 13. Recent Progress of Geography in England. Dr J. Scott-Keltie, London, England. 14. Summer Schools in Geography. Prof. E. M. Lehnert, Winona, Minn. 15. Physiography in Universities. Prof. C . F. Marhut, Columbia, Mo. 16. Excursions in College Geography. Prof. W. H. Norton, Mt Vernon, Ia. 17. Physical Geography in High Schools. Miss M. I. Platt, Brookline, Mass. 18. Geographical Research. Miss E. C . Semple, Louisville, Ky. 19. Geographical Laboratories. W. H. Snyder, Worcester, Mass. 20. Practical Work in School Geography. R. H. Whitbeck, Trenton, N. J. 21. Educational Geography in the Western States. H. W. Fairbanks (absent), Berkeley, Cal. 22. Town Plans and Geography of Towns. Dr Eugen Oberhummer, Vienna, Austria.