National Geographic October 1919
Curious and Characteristic Customs of Central African Tribes
Cannibalism, cicatrization, trial by poison, and live burial are just a few of the exotic customs found among these isolated peoples.
A Vanishing People of the South Seas: The Tragic Fate of the Marquesan Cannibals, Noted for Their Warlike Courage and Physical Beauty
The vices and diseases of the white man have all but annihilated the robust and unblemished people of this once lush paradise.
Wild Ducks as Winter Guests in a City Park
Offering wintertime sanctuary and sustenance, Oakland, California’s Lake Merritt attracts legions of migratory waterfowl.
A Mexican Land of Canaan: Marvelous Riches of the Wonderful West Coast of Our Neighbor Republic
A mineral treasure- house and a fertile Eden, Mexico’s western coast, though impoverished, holds the promise of spectacular development and ready markets.
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