Review of Reviews,  2 (1890), 116–20.

School Excursions to Historic Scenes. Report of Our Helpers on Service for July



Editorial, Notes


Nationalism, Natural History, Societies, Schools, Popularization

    After complaining that we are 'bringing up our children in almost total ignorance of the scenes in the midst of which they pass their lives', the article lists a few clubs and associations whose members 'find profit and pleasure in visiting the scenes famous in our island story' (117). Amongst those selected is the Brighton Higher Grade Board School Natural History Club, whose rules are listed.

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