Posts Tagged ‘Richard Hartshorne’

Quote of the day, Sept. 21

September 21, 2016

Richard Hartshorne, on maps (1939)

“So important, indeed, is the use of maps in geographic work, that, without wishing to propose any new law, it seems fair to suggest to the geographer a ready rule of thumb to test the geographic quality of any study he is making: if his problem cannot be studied fundamentally by maps—usually by a comparison of several maps—then it is questionable whether or not it is within the field of geography.”