National Geographic July 1906
Photographing Wild Game with Flashlight and Camera
Capturing wildlife on film proves to be a tricky hobby that requires a great deal of patience but reaps great rewards.
The Skeleton in Luray Cave
In a letter to the Editor, a Society member argues that a skeleton was indeed found in the Luray Caverns and that the remains are nearly 500 years old.
Paper From Cotton Stalks
The construction of paper mills in the southern United States to produce paper and linen products from cotton stalks would introduce a highly profitable industry to the region.
The Golden Trout
In an effort to protect California’s golden trout from extinction, President Roosevelt requests assistance from the Bureau of Fisheries.
Growth of Florida
A new census puts the population of Florida at 556, 690, an increase of 15 percent over 1900.
Restocking Our Rivers and Waters with Fish
With the aid of the Bureau of Fisheries, the supply of fish – – especially commercially harvested fish – – is replenished in rivers where their numbers have been shrinking.
Out of stock