Author:Lindley Miller Keasbey
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|Walter Prescott Webb's book, The Great Plains. Fired for antiwar activities in 1917. (from University of Texas web site)Ph. D. Columbia, 1890. Faculty member, University of Texas, 1905-1917. Introduced courses on geography, including economic geography, to the University of Texas while affiliated with the departments of government and institutional studies. Was source of idea for|
- The Nicaragua Canal and the Monroe Doctrine (1896)
- The Study of Economic Geography, Political Science Quarterly (1901)
- Principles of Economic Geography, Political Science Quarterly (1901)
Articles in Popular Science MonthlyEdit
- "The Descent of Man" in Popular Science Monthly, 60 (February 1902)
- "The Differentiation of the Human Species" in Popular Science Monthly, 60 (March 1902)
- "Cooperation, Coercion, Competition" in Popular Science Monthly, 63 (October 1903)
- "Civology - A Suggestion" in Popular Science Monthly, 70 (April 1907)
Works about KeasbeyEdit
- "Geography at the University of Texas at Austin: A Departmental History," Gregory Knapp, Southwestern Geographer 2:95-123 (1998).
- "Keasbey, Lindley Miller," New Handbook of Texas 3:1043-1044 (1996).
- "Lindley Miller Keasbey (1867-1946)," Gary S. Dunbar, History of Geography Newsletter 1:3-6 (1981).