National Geographic July 1949
Appalachian Valley Pilgrimage
The Great Appalachian Valley creates a continuous corridor from New York to Alabama. Much of the action of the Civil War took place here, but today the hum of new industry has replaced the cannon fire.
Shells Take You Over World Horizons
The motives of shell collectors are as varied as the shells they collect. Thirty- two color plates provide a guide to many of the world’s beautiful shells.
Lapland’s Reindeer Roundup
Each summer, nomadic Lapps collect their herds from summer pastures.
Pittsburgh: Workshop of the Titans
Located where the Allegheny and Monongahela join to become the Ohio River, Pittsburgh is the industrial heart of Pennsylvania. Formerly a frontier outpost, traces of Fort Pitt are hidden beneath the steel and concrete of today’s city.
Skyway Below the Clouds
The Wright Way, or Skyway 1, is the first in a network of clearly defined flight paths for air traffic. Designed for the amateur flier, the system directs airplane navigation much as highways control automobile traffic.
3 in stock