National Geographic March 1911
Cuernavaca, the Sun Child of the Sierras
Nestled in a small Mexican valley, Cuernavaca was the object of desire for the Aztec, Cortes, and the Emperor Maximilian for the same reasons it is loved today: abundant natural beauty and soothing atmosphere.
In Honor of the Army and Aviation
With President Taft and the ambassadors of Great Britain, Germany, Mexico, and the Ottoman Empire present, the sixth annual banquet of the National Geographic Society honors the U. S. Army and celebrates the birth of aviation.
Notes on Southern Mexico
A team of researchers from the U. S. Department of Agriculture travels through southern Mexico in order to study the cotton culture of the region.
Hunting the Walrus
A photo- essay of a walrus hunt in the Bering Sea.
Field Sports Among the Wild Men of Northern Luzon
From dances and wrestling matches to three- legged races and the slapping game, the tribesmen of the Philippines find many ways to entertain themselves.
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