National Geographic October 1908
Across Widest Africa
The author traverses Africa from east to west on a year long journey that covers no less than 8, 500 miles.
Conservation League of America
The President has appointed a commission to take account of the nation’s natural resources and their rate of consumption. The Conservation League of America is an association of great organizations being formed to aid in the commission’s work – – the p
Cuzco, America’s Ancient Mecca
The ancient city of Cuzco has the author looking backward, to the glories of Inca civilization and the brutal pageantry of Spanish conquest.
An evergreen species of the oak tree provides mankind with cork, the outer layer of its bark.
A Comparison of Our Unprotected with Our Protected Forests
Fire damage in areas protected by the Forest Service is but a fraction of that suffered in unprotected woodlands.
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