National Geographic July 1911
Our Friends, the Bees
Lovers and keepers of bees, the Root family defends the humble nature of these little insects and describes their admirable social structure and work ethic.
The Indian Census of 1911
It was a monumental task for a vast, diverse country, but on March 10, 1911, the Indian government conducted a census that counted nearly 300 million inhabitants.
Boys’ and Girls’ Agricultural Clubs
Agricultural and domestic arts competitions organized by the Boys’ and Girls’ Agricultural Clubs teach children good farming techniques, but also develop their social instincts, and provide invaluable life lessons about cooperation and compromise.
Reptiles of All Lands
Distant relatives of the great dinosaurs that once ruled our planet, modern reptiles are smaller in size but greater in number, particularly in warm equatorial regions of the Earth.
A Woman’s Climbs in the High Alps
Climbing for neither fame nor glory, a woman mountaineer recounts her adventures in the High Alps and tells us why she loves the sport and what inspires her to climb.
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