National Geographic February 1934
A Native Son’s Rambles in Oregon
Wandering through the state like one of its many rivers, Amos Burg tours the eastern plains and western mountains of Oregon, where current residents turn natural resources to their advantage as did past settlers.
Mrs. Robinson Crusoe in Ecuador
The wife of an American ethnologist writes of building a mansion in the jungle complete with a water system, wood- burning stove, and wicker furniture.
The Golden Isles of Guale
Spawned by the tides and winds, the string of islands off the coast of Georgia where pirates once anchored now hosts golfers at contemporary resorts.
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