National Geographic February 1962 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine February 1962

National Geographic February 1962


Exploring Antarctica's Phantom Coast
U. S. Navy icebreakers ram their way farther into the Belllingshausen Sea than have any previous ship.
Tracking America's Man in Orbit
Sixteen stations across the globe monitor everything from flight path and altitude, to the astronaut's vital signs.
North Carolina, Dixie Dynamo
One of the nation's oldest states embraces young technologies, especially in the region dubbed Research Triangle.
Dalmatian Coast, Yugoslavia's Window on the Adriatic { Yugoslavia's Window on the Adriatic}
A new road being built along the Dalmatian coast proceeds much like the country's economy - - the slow but steady product of hard work.
Roseate Spoonbills, Radiant Birds of the Gulf Coast
In Texas, Louisiana, and Florida, a beautiful tropical bird makes a comeback from the devastating plumage trade that nearly erased the species from the U. S. landscape some 50 years ago.


California Zephyr: Vista- Dome California Zephyr: Best Way Of All To See Best Of The West
Mississippi: Mississippi Travel Information: Mississippi' s Exciting Chapters In American History
Wall Street Journal, The: The Wall Street Journal: 1962 Warning From The Wall Street Journal
German Federal Railroad: German Rail Travel: The New Rheingold: One Of The World' s Fastest Trains
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: A Young Descendant Of Genghis Kahn Meets The West
Japan Air Lines ( JAL) : Japan Air Lines ( JAL) : The Calm Beauty Of Japan At Almost The Speed Of Sound


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