National Geographic July 1900
The Chinese Boxers
The author examines the origin of the Boxers and the dangerous conditions created by their crusade against all foreigners and foreign influences in China.
The Road to Bolivia ( Part II)
In this continuation of an article from the June 1900 issue the author’s travels take him to Lake Titicaca and the shrine of the virgin of Copacabana.
The Expansion of England
The far- flung British Empire has become the greatest in world history according to the author, who discusses its past and future global impact.
The Geographic Notes for July 1900 include such topics as the Peary expedition and Russian military prospects in China.
The Tsung- Li- Yamen
The Tsung- Li- Yamen, or Chinese Foreign Office, is at the heart of a Peking ( Beijing) diplomatic community rife with espionage and intrigue.
Grove Karl Gilbert
The author presents brief biographical information on Mr. Gilbert, president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
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