National Geographic April 1969 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine April 1969

National Geographic April 1969


World- roaming Teen- ager Sails On
The Atlantic leg of his solo global voyage carries the author in his 24- foot sloop, Dove, from Durban, South Africa, to Barbados.
Journey Into Stone Age New Guinea
On foot and by canoe, three Britons cross a rarely visited stretch of highlands to meet isolated tribes.
Macao Clings to the Bamboo Curtain
The West's oldest trading post on the China coast, this overseas province of Portugal is European in outward appearance but Chinese in spirit and culture.
Nomad in Alaska's Outback
Flying with bush pilots, the author visits Eskimo villagers who hunt walrus for ivory and meat, archaeologists, and go- it- alone miners, fur trappers, and fishermen.
Life With the King of Beasts
For the first comprehensive study of lions, the author tagged about 150 beasts and observed their social habits for nearly three years in Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.


National Geographic Society: Polynesian Adventure: Polynesian Adventure
Delta Air Lines: Delta Air Lines: No Floor Show Just A Working Girl Working
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company: Radial Wide Oval Tire: Firestone' s New Tirepower
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: Uncovering The Ancient City Named For Aphrodite
Polaroid: Polaroid 360 Camera: Enter: The 360. From Polaroid
Continental Insurance Companies: Continental Insurance: I' ve Had A Driver' s License For 10 Years. For 9 Of Those Years I Was A Drunk.

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