National Geographic June 1966
Lonely Sentinels of the American West: Basque Sheepherders
A second- generation Basque revisits the history of his people in America and tracks them across Nevada sheep country.
River of Counts and Kings: The Loire
Flowing through the heartland of France, the fabled Loire waters chateau country where brawling history coexists with modern winemaking.
One Man’s London
Great Britain’s capital and premier city charms with its parks, neighborhoods, pubs, museums, and royal ceremony.
Blowgun Hunters of the South Pacific
For 13 months, anthropologists lived in New Britain among an indigenous group, whose every act is guided by traditional beliefs.
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