National Geographic June 1936
Parrots, Kingfishers, and Flycatchers: Strange Trogons and Curious Cuckoos are Pictured with these Other Birds of Color, Dash, and Courage
A colorful catalog describes the myriad species of colorful parrots, kingfishers, and flycatchers.
Exploring Yukon’s Glacial Stronghold
Seven men complete a dramatic first crossing of the St. Elias Mountains, between Alaska and Canada, to study glacial movements and map 5, 000 square miles of uncharted territory.
Canada’s Awakening North
Canada’s North Country, where explorer Alexander Mackenzie once trudged, surges toward the future bolstered by rich mineral deposits such as gold and silver.
Annapolis, Cradle of the Navy
Midshipmen learn the ropes at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, where they study geography firsthand, aboard ships.
West Point and the Gray- Clad Corps
Vital to the United States since 1802, the United States Military Academy proudly trains cadets to be Army officers.
Cologne, Key City of the Rhineland
The German city of Cologne ( Koln) , with its spectacular Gothic cathedral, flourishes on the Rhine River.
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