National Geographic June 2003 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine June 2003

National Geographic June 2003

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Boundary Waters Summer { Minnesota Wilderness; Boundary Waters}
Boundary Waters Summer Next stop in the American Landscape series: the beguiling wilds of northern Minnesota. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ] IM BRANDENBURG
A Photographer's Journal { Baghdad Before the Bombs}
Baghdad Before the Bombs In the run- up to war, a photog- rapher trains her camera on a city about to be changed forever. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ALEXANDRA BOULAT
India's Untouchables { Untouchables; Untouchable}
Untouchables Discrimination against India's lowest Hindu castes is technically illegal. But try telling that to the 160 million Untouchables, who face violent reprisals if they forget their place. BY TOM O' NEILL PHOTOGRAPHS BY WILLIAM ALBERT ALLARD
Harbor Porpoise Rescue { Harbor Porpoises Swimming Free; Harbor Porpoises: Swimming to Safety}
Harbor Porpoise Rescue Scientists and fishermen in the North Atlantic join forces to save the elusive cetacean. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY BILL CURTSINGER
02577: Ah, Summertime. .. { ZipUSA: 02577; ZipUSA: Color- blind on Martha's Vineyard; ZipUSA: Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts}
ZipUSA: 02557 Warm nights and open arms in Oak Bluffs, a corner of Martha's Vineyard where African- American roots run deep. BY PERRY GARFINKEL PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARY WOLINSKY
Killer Caterpillars: Built to Eat Flesh
Killer Caterpillars These rarely seen crawlers use stealth, seduction, and brute strength to get away with murder. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY DARLYNE A. MURAWSKI
High Road Across the Andes { Peru's Highway of Dreams; Peru's Long Haul: Highway to Riches or Ruin? }
Peru's Highway of Dreams A new road connecting Amazonia to the Pacific could bring riches- and ecological ruin. BY TED CONOVER PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARIA STENZEL
Masters of Gold { Unearthing Siberian Gold; Siberia's Scythians: Masters of Gold}
Masters of Gold Artless barbarians? Hardly. The Scythian horsemen of the ancient Siberian steppe had a golden touch. BY MIKE EDWARDS PHOTOGRAPHS BY SISSE BRIMBERG

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