National Geographic : 1893 Feb 08
208 Notes. The Society already comprises among its active workers a considerable number of geographic scientists, who have given liberally of their time and efforts with a view of stimulating public interest in geographic education. The Society is a work ing one, and in its efforts to exercise an educational influence over the whole of the United States feels justified in asking lib eral support from high-spirited citizens. The Society numbers among its members over 700 persons and has active representa tives in every state and territory. General A. W. Greely, United States Army; Professor T. C. Mendenhall, superintendent of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Professor W. B. Powell, superintendent of public schools of the District of Columbia, constitute the committee charged with the selection of the subject and award of the prizes for 1893.
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