National Geographic February 1964 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine February 1964

National Geographic February 1964


Our Only Native Stork, the Wood Ibis
Once common throughout the southeastern and Gulf states, this spectacular bird now fights a seesaw battle for survival against recurring drought and encroaching civilization.
20th- century Indians Preserve Customs of the Cliff Dwellers
Similar architecture, art, textiles, and traditions suggest that the Pueblo people of New Mexico and Arizona may be the descendants of the ancient Mesa Verdeans.
Friendly Flight to Northern Europe
President Lyndon B. Johnson recounts an official visit to five northern European nations; Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Iceland. His message of mutually profitable trade, the defense of freedom, and the pursuit of peace, is enthusiastically rec;
Solving the Riddles of Wetherill Mesa
Silent cities clinging to sandstone cliffs yield their secrets to a major five- year archaeological effort by a National Park Service - - National Geographic Society team.
The Five Worlds of Peru
Peru's diverse worlds include towering mountains, verdant jungle, desert, sea, and Lima - - the cosmopolitan City of Kings.


Lincoln- Mercury Division: Mercury Colony Park Station Wagon: Imagine Calling Anything As Elegant As This A Wagon { Ford Motor Company}
P & O Lines: P& O- Orient Cruises: The Biggest Bloomin' Ships Sailing The Seventh Seas Are P& O- Orient Liners { P & O Orient Lines}
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: Staffer Abercrombie Reports On Modern War In Medieval Yemen
General Motors Corporation ( GM) : Buick Electra 225: If The First Person You Want To Impress Is Yourself { Buick Motor Company}
Bell & Howell Company: Bell & Howell Autoload Projectors: Teach Your Old Film New Tricks With Instant Slow Motion
Royal- Globe Insurance Companies: Insurance: Jul. 15, 1961 . . . Royal- Globe Is There



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