National Geographic February 1903
The Great Turk and His Lost Provinces
Once under sway of the Turkish sultan, the Balkan countries of Bosnia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Serbia prosper and make their way as separate entities. All but Bosnia simmer with political tension that could erupt at any time.
Why Great Salt Lake Has Fallen
A shortage of rainfall leaves the Great Salt Lake several feet shallower than normal, but a U. S. Weather Bureau director maintains that the arrival of the next wet cycle will resuscitate the lake, whether one year or fifty years in the future.
Decisions of the U. S. Board on Geographic Names
Geographic Notes includes information on the reclamation of Arid Land in California and the Alaskan boundary dispute, among other topics.
The Work of the U. S. Hydrographic Office
Founded to produce accurate and cheap nautical charts, sailing directions, navigators, and manuals of instruction, the U. S. Hydrographic Office creates charts, sailing directions, and a variety of aids to navigation used by both American and internatio;
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