National Geographic January 1903

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Peary and the North Pole { Peary on the North Pole}
Comdr. Robert E. Peary suggests that starting from a strategic location in Grinnell Land in early spring increases the chances of a successful trek to the North Pole.
Some Notes on Venezuela
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as the establishment of the Loubat prizes at Columbia University and the opening of the Nile River’s reservoir and dam.
The U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
Superintendent O. H. Tittmann reviews the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey’s 70 years of activities, including deep- sea soundings, topographic mapping, and magnetism studies.
Plan for Climbing Mt. McKinley
Two staff members of the U. S. Geological Survey propose an ascension of Mount McKinley via the northwestern slope.
What the United States Government Does to Promote Agriculture
From the inspection of meat to the introduction of tea plants and the preservation of land, the Department of Agriculture’s careful work pays for itself in increased crop yields and higher profits.
Known as yu or the gem, to the Chinese, jade stands out as a material in making temple gongs, inscribed tablets, and jewelry.
Dr Sven Hedin
A native of Stockholm, Sweden, the well- traveled Dr. Sven Hedin, completes his expedition across Asia and records his experience in a new book, Through Asia.
An Introduction to Physical Geography
A review of a recently published book yields a plain but fascinating description of the present and past facts of the Earth and explains natural wonders to amateur scientists and schoolchildren alike.

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