National Geographic July 1928
Trailing History Down the Big Muddy: In the Homeward Wake of Lewis and Clark, a Folding Steel Skiff Bears Its Lone Pilot on a 2, 000- Mile Cruise on the Yellowstone- Missouri
Pursuing a lifelong dream, the author spends two months boating down the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers in a 14- foot skiff, camping in some of the same places as Lewis and Clark.
Crabs and Crablike Curiosities of the Sea
Crabs, the highest level of the crustacean family, exist in most corners of the seas, from Japan’s giant spider crab to the common blue crab of America’s Atlantic coast.
Unspoiled Cyprus: The Traditional Island Birthplace of Venus Is One of the Least Sophisticated of Mediterranean Lands
Tranquillity prevails on Cyprus, though a spice of modern culture flavors the city streets and Western dress creeps into the wardrobes.
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