National Geographic May 1904 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine May 1904


Lessons from Japan
Japan produces strong, durable paper and also profits from its bamboo groves.
Termination Land
Though Erich von Drygalski claims he discovered a part of Antarctica, it was first discovered by Lt. Charles Wilkes on an 1840 expedition.
Geographic Notes { Girdling the Globe}
Geographic Notes from the May 1904 issue include topics such as information on the Summer School of Geography and geology at Cornell University.
The Geography of Alaska
This topographic map of Alaska marks another step in the geographic survey of Alaska.
The Crosby Expedition to Tibet
In the fall of 1903 an expedition traveled through Turkestan into Tibet, where they were welcomed by friendly Tibetans.
Inoculating the Ground
To rejuvenate nitrogen- depleted soil, farmers plant clover, alfalfa, bean, or other leguminous seeds that have been inoculated with dried germs.
The Bureau of Fisheries: How the Rich Fisheries of the United States Are Protected and New Fishing Grounds Discovered or Created
The Bureau of Fisheries investigates reports of decreasing fish populations and establishes proper fishery regulations.


National Geographic Society: National Geographic Maps: Special Maps Published By The National Geographic Society
Woodward & Lothrop: Office Furniture: Office Furniture
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: Recommendation For Membership
Judd & Detweiler, Inc. : Judd & Detweiler, Master Printers: Judd & Detweiler, Inc. Master Printers
New York Central System: Railroad Travel: America' s Summer Resorts
Manhattan Press Clipping Bureau: Press Clippings: The Manhattan Press- Clipping Bureau


MAP OF ALASKA(36 1/8 x 49 3/4 in.)

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