National Geographic January 1906 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine January 1906

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The Blue Crab
Masters of self- reinvention, blue crabs can replace lost limbs through several molting cycles.
The Annual Dinner of the National Geographic Society
The first annual dinner of the National Geographic Society with honorary guest William Howard Taft ( then Secretary of War) celebrates the contributions of geographic exploration.
Drifting Across the Pole
After traveling nearly 4, 000 miles, two casks put to sea by the president of the Geographical Society of Philadelphia and Adm. George W. Melville have been found on the coast of Iceland.
A Modern Viking
Braving the fierce climatic conditions of the Arctic, Roald Amundsen becomes the first man to cross the Northwest Passage from Europe to Alaska.
Prosperous Idaho: An Interview with Governor Gooding, of Idaho { Prosperous Idaho}
Fertile land, excellent grazing, and mineral resources make Idaho a wealthy state with great promise.
The Florida Keys
A railroad, still under construction, will soon take travelers from island to island along the unique, lush Florida Keys.
Geographical Exploration: Its Moral and Material Results
Tracing the history of geographical exploration, the author discusses its many contributions to humankind.

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