National Geographic March 1901
The Old Yuma Trail ( Part I)
The Yuma trail winds through some of America’s most forbidding desert, where prehistoric peoples established extensive irrigation systems and colonists of another era inexorably continued their march north and west.
The Sea Fogs of San Francisco
San Francisco’s famous fogs are the result of large temperature contrasts, at the boundaries of air currents having different temperatures, humidity, and velocity.
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as topographic mapping of the United States and the effect of snowfall on water supplies.
The Philippine Exhibit at the Pan- American Exposition
The Philippine exhibit consists of articles commonly used by the people of that country, including weapons, tools, musical instruments, and more.
Abyssinia- -The Country and People
The author’s journey through Abyssinia ( Ethiopia) finds the people so diverse that they defy a common description, though they leave the author with rather a pleasant impression of kindness.
Geographic Facts from Report of the Taft Philippine Commission
The Taft Philippine Commission’s findings relate to land usage, mineral wealth, and transportation systems.
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