National Geographic January 1958
Corkscrew Swamp- -Florida’s Primeval Show Place
A stand of 700- year- old virgin cypress trees comes under the protective hand of the National Audubon Society.
Winter Brings Carnival Time to Quebec: Hardy French Canadians Turn Their Frosty Climate into an Asset by Staging a Colorful Pageant in Ice and Snow
French Canadians whirl through winter’s frozen landscape in a celebration embodying the best of cold weather fun, from skiing and skating to ice carving and ice fishing.
Cappadocia: Turkey’s Country of Cones
Rising like pyramids, fantastic humps of lava rock shaped by weather and hollowed out by early Christians, house farmers in the Anatolian highlands.
New Atlas Maps Announced by the Society: Expanded Map Program, Marking National Geographic’s 70th Year, Will Bring to Members Plates for a Big New Atlas
The first of seven installments this year covers the southeastern United States.
Slow Boat to Florida: In [ Tradewinds] , a 35- foot Ketch, the Authors Said 1, 100 Miles from Annapolis to Miami on the Historic Inland Waterway
Dorothea and Stuart Jones sail their 35- foot ketch from Maryland to Florida on the Intracoastal Waterway in the company of barges, small tankers, yachts, and shrimpers.
Limpkin, the Crying Bird That Haunts Florida Swamps: Shy and Strange Is This Finicky Eater with the Weird Wail
Few people see this wading bird, which makes itself known with a cry like the desolate wail of a lost child.
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