National Geographic June 1904 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine June 1904


The Red Ant Versus the Boll Weevil
To curb the boll weevil, the U. S. Department of Agriculture considers introducing to the American southern states the red ant found in Indian Guatemalan cotton fields.
Some Indications of Land in the Vicinity of the North Pole
Two Arctic currents and tides verified by several expeditions suggest the existence of land near the North Pole.
The Work of the Bureau of Insular Affairs
The Bureau of Insular Affairs represents the civil government of the Philippines, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
Notes on Manchuria
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as a tribute to Sir Henry Stanley and the search for Baron Toll's polar expedition.


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National Geographic Society: National Geographic Maps: Special Maps Published By The National Geographic Society
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: Recommendation For Membership
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