National Geographic May 1911
A Land of Drought and Desert- -Lower California: Two Thousand Miles on Horseback Through the Most Extraordinary Cacti Forests in the World
Home to cowboys and sun- loving cactuses, California’s most southern peninsula boasts exceptional flora, interesting animals, and old Jesuit missions.
Our Neighbor, Mexico
A report on Mexico, covers topography, history, government, culture, cities, and how the country has fared in 75 years of independence.
Shore- Whaling: A World Industry
Advances in modern whaling techniques, with particular emphasis on Japanese methods, are highlighted in this report on shore- whaling.
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