City Region and Regionalism: A Geographical Contribution to Human Ecology

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INDEX
Abercrombie, Sir P., 277
AcadÉmie Française, 260
Administrative centres, location of, 34
Administrative factor, in towns, 40-4
Administrative units, "natural", 2; in France and Germany, 43; in Britain, 44; size, 44 n.; need for revision of, 89
Age-sex distribution, in cites, 111
Agen, 263
Agennais, 263
Aix-en Provence, 262
Akron, 209
Alençon, 262
Alsace, 265, 270, 315
America, see United States
Amiens, 262, 270
Amsterdam, 250
Amtsort, 54, 55
Angers, 262, 263, 269, 272
Angoulême, 263
Angoumois, 263
Anjou, 263, 265
Aquitaine, 263
Arras, 262
Arrondissement, 264, 265
Artois, 265
Atlanta ( Ga.), 210, 220
Atlas, National, 292
Auch, 262
Aunis, 263, 265
Aurousseau, M., 22-3
Automobile, effects on city expansion, 205-6
Auvergne, 265
Axiate form of modern city, 18, 116
Bailliages, 261, 264
Balance, community, 22
Baltimore, 153-5, 205, 207, 208, 210, 214, 218, 219
Banking organization, British, and conurbations, 240-1
Banks, in West Yorkshire, 172Banlieue, 170
Barathon, C., 260
Barnsley, 175
Barrois, 265
Basel, 55
Basque country, 265
Bath, 46
Bauernschaften, 61
Bearn, 265
BÉauce, 264
Beaujolais, 264
Beaver, S. H., 102
Beccles, 87
Bellet, M., 256
Berlin, 98, 107, 129-34, 316
Berry, 265
Besançon, 262, 270
Bezirk centre, 54, 55
Bigorre, 265
Birkenhead, 226, 227
Birmingham, 14, 26, 46, 48, 101, 224, 226-7, 228, 229, 232, 237, 238, 239, 241, 242
Birmingham ( Ala.), 210, 220
Bishops, town as seats of, 41-2
"Black patches", 117-18
Blackburn, 26
Blanchard, R., 12, 144, 270
Blight, urban, 118-19, 136, 160-1
Bobek, H., 60 n.
Bolton, 226
Booth, Charles, 159
Bootle, 227
Bordeaux, 55, 262, 263, 269, 272
Bordelais, 263
Borough unit, 5
Boston ( Mass.), 205, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 214, 216, 298
Boulevards, 101
Boulogne, 262
Boulonnais, 265
Bourges, 262, 269, 271
Bournemouth, 27
Bradford, 48, 171-7, 226, 227, 229, 231, 232, 239, 242
Braintree, 82, 87
Breslau, 235
Briançonnais, 265
Brie, 264
"Bright light areas", 150
Bristol, 26, 48, 226 n., 233, 236, 237, 239, 241, 243
Britain, administrative areas in, 44; urbanization of, 121; changes in population location, 228; growth of city population, 229 ; proposals for new regions in, 276-7. See also England
Brittany, 265, 269
Brunhes, J., 263, 264, 268-9
Brunner, E. de S., and Kolb, J. H., 63, 64
Buffalo, 210, 213, 214, 216

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