National Geographic July 1961 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine July 1961

National Geographic July 1961

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Blue- eyed Indian: A City Boy's Sojourn with Primitive Tribesmen in Central Brazil
An ethnologist introduces his eight- year- old son to the traditional ways of jungle peoples.
In Quest of the Rarest Flamingo
In the desolate high country of the Bolivian Andes, ornithologists find a lake colored red by a flock of more than 3, 000 flamingos.
Tirol, Austria's Province in the Clouds
A Vienna- born staff writer turns mountaineer to search for the heart of a spectacular Alpine region.
Jacques- Yves Cousteau Receives National Geographic Society Medal at White House
The great ocean explorer's medal notes, To earthbound man he gave the key to the silent world.
From Sea to Shining Sea
The author and family undertake a station wagon journey from Atlantic City to San Francisco on U. S. Route 40. Along the way, they visit the byroads where America grew up and still lives.
Inflatable Ship ( [Amphitrite] ) Opens Era of Airborne Undersea Expeditions { Inflatable Ship Opens Era of Airborne Undersea Expeditions}
A portable research vessel travels readily by plane to sites the world over.

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