National Geographic April 1919
On the Trail of a Horse Thief
Cutting a trail of breathtaking beauty, romance, and commercial potential, the powerful Columbia River bestows multiple blessings on Oregon and Washington’s Inland Empire.
The Cone- Dwellers of Asia Minor: A Primitive People Who Live in Nature- Made Apartment Houses, Fashioned by Volcanic Violence and Trickling Streams
A stone’s throw from the cradle of civilization live some cave dwellers who make their home among lava and pumice formations left by an extinct volcano.
The Murman Coast: Arctic Gateway for American and Allied Expeditionary Forces in Northern European Russia
Warmed by the Gulf Stream, an ice- free stretch of Russia along the Arctic Ocean provides a lifeline for the feeding, clothing, and arming of Allied expeditionary forces.
The Ten Thousand Smokes Now a National Monument: The President of the United States Sets Aside for the American People the Extraordinary Valley Discovered and Explored by the National Geographic Society
President Wilson establishes 1, 700 square miles of Alaska hot springs, preeminent among the wonders of the world, as the Katmai National Monument.
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