National Geographic January 1913
Beacons of the Sea: Lighting the Coasts of the United States
The United States has 46, 828 miles of shoreline – – almost twice the circumference of the Earth. The government maintains 12, 824 lighthouses, buoys, and other navigational aids along these waterways.
From Jerusalem to Aleppo
En route to Aleppo via the eastern Mediterranean and Lebanon, a group of travelers encounter majestic cedar groves and famous ancient ruins.
Honors to Amundsen and Peary
At its annual banquet at the Willard Hotel in Washington, the National Geographic Society pays tribute to the discoverers of the North and South Poles.
The Discovery of Cancer in Plants: An Account of Some Remarkable Experiments by the U. S. Department of Agriculture
The study of a cancerous plant disease suggests that a parasitic microorganism may be the culprit in cancers affecting animals as well as plants.
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