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  • National Geographic January 2005

    ZipUSA: Hot Coffee, MS { 39428: A Java Junkie's Quest for True Brew; ZipUSA: 39428; ZipUSA: Hot Coffee Road, Mississippi}
    ZipUSA: 39428 Travel down Mississippi's Hot Coffee Road on a java junkie's quest for true brew. BY PETER GWIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY BOB SACHA
    Morocco's Mountain Berbers { A People Apart; Among the Berbers: A Journey Through Morocco's High Atlas Mountains}
    A People Apart Isolated in Morocco's High Atlas range, the mountain Berbers take pride in holding on to a traditional culture now largely lost to their urban kin. But life is still a hard climb in these rugged hills. BY JEFFREY TAYLER PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALE
    What's the Buzz? { Why We Love Caffeine; Caffeine}
    What's the Buzz? Slurped in black coffee or sipped in green tea, gulped down in a soda or knocked back in a headache pill, caffeine is the world's most popular psychoactive drug. BY T. R. REID PHOTOGRAPHS BY BOB SACHA
    Growing Up Cheetah { Mama Cat}
    Growing Up Cheetah Vigilant mother cheetahs in Kenya's Masai Mara Reserve must fight the odds- and stronger predators- as they raise their cubs on the run. BY CAROL KAUFMANN PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANUP AND MANO] SHAH
    Yosemite- -Grace Under Pressure { Yosemite National Park: Beyond the Valley of Wonders}
    Yosemite- Grace Under Pressure Breaking free from the crush of tourists in the beloved national park can lead you to a tranquil time and place beyond the valley of wonders. BY WILLIAM LEAST HEAT- MOON PHOTOGRAPHS BY PHIL SCHERMEISTER
    Italy Before the Romans
    Italy Before the Romans In the centuries leading up to the birth of the empire, ancient Italy saw the rise and fall of a host of cultures- Umbrians, Samnites, Faliscans, and others. All left their mark on the life of the modern country. Now archaeologist

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  • National Geographic February 2005

    Lights, Camera, India { Welcome to Bollywood}
    Lights, Camera, India For sheer pizzazz- and number of pictures produced- India's over- the- top film industry, known as Bollywood, easily out- hollywoods Hollywood. BY SUKETU MEHTA PHOTOGRAPHS BY WILLIAM ALBERT ALLARD
    A Credit to Delaware { ZipUSA: Living It Up, Paying It Down; ZipUSA: 19886; ZipUSA: Wilmington, Delaware}
    ZipUSA: 19886 There are people in Wilmington, Delaware, who want to give you all the credit you deserve- and maybe more. BY MARY McPEAK PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID McLAIN
    Arabia's Empty Quarter { Empty Quarter: Exploring Arabia's Legendary Sea of Sand}
    The Empty Quarter Spilling across four Arab nations, the world's largest sand desert has been defined as much by Bedouin tradition as by geography. Now oil and politics are changing the definition. BY DONOVAN WEBSTER PHOTOGRAPHS BY GEORGE STEINMETZ
    Tales From a Nazi Ghost Ship { A Wreck Revealed; Ghost Ship Found}
    A Wreck Revealed It took 20 minutes for the German liner Steuben to sink with 4, 500 souls after Russian torpedoes split its hull in 1945. It took 60 years to find the ship's remains in the Baltic Sea. BY MARCIN JAMKOWSKI PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRISTOPH GERIGK
    Great Gray Owls: Winged Silence
    Great Gray Owls Winged lords of northern forests, the big raptors fly noiselessly, hunt in light or dark, and can hear a field mouse stir under the snow. BY LYNNE WARREN PHOTOGRAPHS BY DANIEL J. COX
    California Sea of Dreams { Eccentric Salton Sea; Salton Sea}
    Eccentric Salton Sea Celebrities used to trail their toes in the brine, but few people dare take a dip today. The good fortune of California's offbeat inland sea may finally be evaporating. BY ] OEL K. BOURNE, ] R. PHOTOGRAPHS BY GERD LUDWIG
    Bronze Age Cult { Royal Secrets From Ancient Syria; Unearthing Ancient Syria's Cult of the Dead}
    Bronze Age Cult Beneath a palace in Syria, archaeologists have found evidence that ancient kings once dined with the dead. BY KAREN E. LANGE PHOTOGRAPHS BY MANOOCHER

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  • National Geographic March 2005

    Moab, Utah: Writing on the Land { ZipUSA: Writing on the Land; ZipUSA: 84532; ZipUSA: Moab, Utah}
    ZipUSA: 84532 The layered red rocks of the Moab, Utah, wilderness became a canvas for artists- ancient and modern. BY ] UDITH WOLINSKY STEINBERGH PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARY WOLINSKY
    Life Beneath Irish Isles { Underwater Ireland; Beneath Irish Isles}
    Underwater Ireland With warm currents supporting healthy habitats and a startling host of creatures, these Irish isles are smiling. BY JENNIFER S. HOLLAND PHOTOGRAPHS BY BRIAN SKERRY
    Alien Invaders { Attack of the Alien Invaders}
    Alien Invaders When plant and animal species wind up where they don't belong, they can attack ecosystems and economies with terrible consequences. BY SUSAN MCGRATH PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW
    The Park Maker { Frederick Law Olmsted's Passion for Parks}
    The Park Maker Frederick Law Olmsted was America's best known landscape architect. Writer, engineer, and visionary, he became a driving force behind many of America's urban parks. BY JOHN G. MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW
    The Mean Streets of Medeillín { Medellín's Mean Streets; Medellín: Stories From an Urban War}
    Medellin's Mean Streets Violence, drugs, and poverty made for a deadly mix in Colombia's notorious murder capital. Is there hope for a lasting turnaround? BY ELIZA GRISWOLD PHOTOGRAPHS BY MEREDITH DAVENPORT
    Beyond the Brain { What's In Your Mind; The Mind Is What the Brain Does}
    Beyond the Brain What goes on within the human skull is more complex and fantastic than anyone imagined. Now science is delving deeper into what we know of the mind. BY JAMES SHREEVE PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARY WOLINSKY
    Peru's City of Mystery { Ancient Peru's Power Elite}
    Peru's City of Mystery Were the pre- Columbian pyramids at Pachacamac houses of worship or seats of power? A new explora- tion of the sacred site confronts the centuries- old puzzle. BY PETER EECKHOUT PHOTOGRAPHS BY MAURICIO MERGOLD

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  • National Geographic April 2005

    Hallowed Ground { Saving Civil War Battlefields; Civil War Battlefields: Saving the Landscapes of America's Deadliest War}
    Hallowed Ground u. s. Civil War battlefields see new conflict. BY ADAM GOODHEART PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL MELFORD MAP SUPPLEMENT: BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR
    Egypt's First Pharaohs { Abydos: Life and Death at the Dawn of Egyptian Civilization}
    Egypt's First Pharaohs New evidence shows that human sacrifice helped populate the royal city of the dead. BY JOHN GALVIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT
    Killer Whales { Orcas Unmasked; Investigating a Killer}
    Orcas Unmasked Killer whales aren't ruthless killers- or whales. BY DOUGLAS H. CHADWICK PHOTOGRAPHS BY FLIP NICKLIN
    Dmanisi Find { The Pathfinders; Prehistoric Pathfinders; Family Ties: Dmanisi Find}
    The Pathfinders Our ancestors had already ventured out of Africa 1. 8 million years ago- and settled in the republic of Georgia. BY JOSH FISCHMAN PHOTOS BY KENNETH GARRETT ART BY JOHN GURCHE
    Flying High { Record Rocket Flight; Rocket for the Rest of Us}
    Flying High Winning the ten- million- dollar Ansari X Prize for suborbital flight proves that the sky's no limit. BY BURT RUTAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM SUGAR
    Sea Gypsies { Sea Gypsies of Myanmar}
    Sea Gypsies The world is closing in on the Moken way of life. BY JACQUES IVANOFF PHOTOGRAPHS BY NICOLAS REYNARD
    ZipUSA: 09560 { ZipUSA: No- Man's- Land; ZipUSA: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba}
    ZipUSA: 09360 Serving time at Guantanamo Bay. BY JEANNIE RALSTON PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBB KENDRICK
    Paradise Flycatchers { Birds of a Different Color: Madagascar's Paradise Flycatchers}
    Paradise Flycatchers For this bird, one plumage isn't enough. BY ] OHN L. ELIOT PHOTOGRAPHS BY CYRIL RUOSO
    Flores Find { Lost World of the Little People; World of the Little People; The People Time Forgot: Flores Find}
    World of the Little People Diminutive hominins make a big evolutionary point: Humans aren't exempt from natural selection. BY MIKE MORWOOD, THOMAS SUTIKNA, RICHARD ROBERTS PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT ART BY LARS GRANT- WEST

    Supplement:

    A NATION TRANSFORMED BY CIVIL WAR(20 1/4 x 31 inches)
    Included: Photos of combatants, weapons, and ammunition; the role of African- Americans; the wounded; life on the home front; inset map showing the percentage of the 1860 population ( by county) that were slaves. ; Also included: Freed slaves in Beaufort
    BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR(20 1/4 x 31 inches)
    Included: Map showing battles of the Civil War with notes on principal campaigns, war in the west, raids, role of the telegraph, filling the ranks, prisoners of war, coastal blockade. ; Also included: Inset maps show free and slave states, battles on the

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  • National Geographic May 2005

    Pick Your Poison { Poison: 12 Toxic Tales}
    Pick Your Poison Sometimes they' re used with sinister motive, sometimes with healing in mind. Today, as they have for centuries, poisons often turn up where you least expect them. BY CATHY NEWMAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARY WOLINSKY
    Einstein and Beyond { Beyond the Big Bang: Einstein's Evolving Universe}
    Einstein and Beyond A century later, E still equals mc2, and we' re still probing the great physicist's notions of space and time. BY MARCIA BARTUSIAK ART BY MOONRUNNER DESIGN
    The Long Way Down { World's Deepest Cave; Call of the Abyss}
    The Long Way Down First an intrepid team of explorers broke the depth record in Krubera- the world's deepest cave- near the Black Sea coast. Then a second team went deeper. BY ALEXANDER KLIMCHOUK PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEVEN L. ALVAREZ
    Dinosaurs for Sale { Fossil Wars: Dispatch From the Front Lines}
    Dinosaurs for Sale In the international fossil trade, even priceless specimens have a price tag. Ancient bones can end up in a movie star's mansion as easily as in a museum. BY LEWIS M. SIMONS PHOTOGRAPHS BY LYNN JOHNSON
    Color: A Fish's- Eye View { Coral Reef Color; One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish: Why Are Coral Reefs So Colorful? }
    Color: A Fish's- Eye View Startling greens, blues, yellows, and reds paint the creatures of the reefs. Scientists are learning to decipher the messages these colors convey and to see them the way fish do. BY LES KAUFMAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM LAMAN
    FBI Crime Center { ZipUSA: 26306; ZipUSA: 26306: Where the Crime Clock Never Stops; ZipUSA: Clarksburg, West Virginia}
    ZipUSA: 26306 Like the loops and whorls of the fingerprints on file there, the FBI's crime data center outside Clarksburg, West Virginia, is one of a kind. BY PETER MEYER PHOTOGRAPHS BY NINA BERMAN
    Colorado Plateau { Wide Wild West; State of Rock}
    Wide Wild West Time carves stone into spires on the Colorado Plateau, spread across four states, where wind, water, and weird rule. BY MIKE EDWARDS PHOTOGRAPHS BY FRANS LANTING

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  • National Geographic June 2005

    The New Face Of King Tut - His Life And Death

    Chesapeake Bay

    Hyenas

    Last Csango in Romania

    Netting a Convict

    Weather: A Brighter Forecast

    Inside Tornadoes

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