National Geographic December 1958
The Men Who Hid the Dead Sea Scrolls: Ancient Manuscripts Found in Judaean Caves Open a New World to Biblical Scholarship
Biblical scholars revel in the 1947 discovery of detailed 2, 000- year- old manuscripts in Jordanian caves.
The Aegean Isles: Poseidon’s Playground: Sailing in Grecian Waters Sprinkled with Ancient Landmarks, an American Crew on Holiday Logs an Island- hopping Odyssey
Voices of the gods beckon an American sailing crew ashore in the Greek islands.
Geographical Twins a World Apart
Staff writer David Boyer is struck by the similarities of two rivers named Jordan, one in Utah and one in the Middle East.
Better Days for the Navajos: The Largest U. S. Indian Tribe Shapes a New Life With Schools and Hospitals, Irrigated Farms, Steady Jobs, Oil, and Uranium
Life on Navajo land changes with U. S. government programs for irrigation, education, and medical facilities, but rich traditions remain.
Ice Fishing’s Frigid Charms: The Cold, Lonely Chore of Hungry Eskimos Becomes the Winter Sport of Thousands on the Northern Lakes
Thomas Abercrombie dons a parka and joins thousands of hardy fishermen lowering lines through holes in the ice on lakes in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
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