National Geographic July 1908
The Magic Mountain
Residents of Los Angeles escape urban pressures by retreating to Mount Wilson, a backcountry getaway offering mountain and canyon scenery, snowball fights, and unparalleled views of the city below.
Notes on a Zoological Collecting Trip to Dutch New Guinea
While collecting zoological specimens the author and his wife become acquainted with the exotic inhabitants of New Guinea and return with tales of both hospitable and dangerous tribes.
Notes and Scenes from Korea
The Japanese have introduced programs in Korea such as an agricultural college and forest management policies, which have existed in Japan since before the birth of Christ.
Among the Mahogany Forests of Cuba
The purchase of Cuban timberland leads the author to settle in Cochinos Bay, on the island’s remote south coast. He finds the bay alive with marine life, the climate favorable, and the timber- rich land most suitable for future agricultural pursuits.
Some Human Habitations
Many styles of human habitation, strikingly similar to ancient designs used by diverse peoples around the world, may be seen along the Atlantic coast in the temporary abodes of hunters and fishermen.
Is Our Noblest Volcano Awakening to New Life: A Description of the Glaciers and Evidences of Volcanic Activity of Mount Hood
Oregon’s Mount Hood has been venerated for centuries by native peoples, and commands respect and affection from all who gaze upon its massive cone. On orders from the U. S. Geological Survey, the author maps the mountain, and his investigations raise th
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