Amy E. Ware

”Some few of the essays were mere conventional outlines; but, as one of the judges comments, ‘it is encouraging to discover so many teachers who are interested in working out real motives for study, centering all effort around problems, the solution of which gives a zest to effort and skill in methods of work.’ Many papers were characterized by their clear, concise dealing with a project.  Among these special mention may be made of the essays: … ‘The Union of South Africa,’ by Amy E. Ware, Warrensburg, Miss.; …”

Reference Data:

The Journal of Geography, Vol. 19, by Council for Geographic Education, National Council of Geography Teachers (U.S.) and American Geographical Society of New York, 1920, pages 162-3

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