National Geographic July 1912
Where Our Bananas Come From
Cultivated in the tropics since antiquity, these yellow wonders feed peoples worldwide.
Surveying the 141st Meridian
Braving a harsh climate, hungry mosquitoes, and an outbreak of smallpox, surveyors examine the 141st meridian along the U. S. -Canada border.
Little- Known Parts of Panama
Under the shadow of the soon- to- be finished canal, Panama is a nature lover’s Eden. A report and photographs reveal the region’s abundant flora and the people who live there.
The Fight Against Forest Fires
In an effort to prevent devastating forest fires in the West, the chief of the U. S. Forest Service tells of cautionary measures.
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