National Geographic November 1962
Freedom’s Progress South of the Sahara
Sixteen newly independent African nations strive to remain steady.
South Africa Close- up
The author finds the good in a country tainted by the segregation of black citizens from white.
Man’s Wildlife Heritage Faces Extinction
The World Wildlife Fund raises money and awareness in a major international effort to save endangered species.
Orphans of the Wild
In Uganda a unique orphanage that shelters birds, mammals, and reptiles draws crowds of Africans eager to learn about native wildlife.
Helicopter War in South Viet Nam
A seasoned correspondent reports on the shocking realities of a distant war.
We Climbed Utah’s Skyscraper Rock
Scaling a 900- foot tower of crumbling sandstone, climbers make the first ever ascent during several difficult days and descend the towering peak in a smooth six hours.
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