National Geographic August 1910
Camp Fires on Desert and Lava
Terra incognita until now, the Sonoran Desert between Tucson, Arizona, and the Gulf of California is the subject of a finely illustrated book by William T. Hornaday.
Notes on the Deserts of the United States and Mexico
Cactus and other desert vegetation show a remarkable variety of adaptations to the arid conditions in which they live.
The Southwest: Its Splendid Natural Resources, Agricultural Wealth, and Scenic Beauty
With the recent admission to statehood of Arizona and New Mexico, Americans are giving increasing attention to the resources and conditions of the region. Among the most promising new industries are tourism and health resorts.
A Land of Eternal Warring
The coasts of Labrador are ceaselessly pounded by the sea, while abysmal cold wages battle with the sparse flora of more sheltered spots. Nonetheless this land holds appeal for some tough, sea- loving, and self- reliant settlers.
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