National Geographic September 1906
The Forests of Canada
The Canadian Forestry Congress considers the current state of Canada’s vast woodlands and calls for a large forest preserve to protect against damage done by the lumber industry and fire caused by railway locomotives.
The Vast Timber Belts of Canada
If properly managed and maintained, Canada’s vast timber regions could bring great economic prosperity to areas of British Colimbia, Ontario, and Quebec.
The Deserts of Nevada and the Death Valley
A look at the vast desert regions of the western states, including the Amargosa Desert and the notorious Death Valley.
A Polar Map
New NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC products include a six- color map of the North Pole and surrounding regions as well as an illustrated resume of the United States Eclipse Expedition of 1905.
Animal Wealth of the United States
Traveling to farms across the country, the author explores the reasons for the phenomenal growth of the livestock industry in the United States.
The Lumber Business of the Government
Much to the consternation of lumbermen, the federal government has taken an active role in the sale and management of timber products.
Japan, America, and the Orient
Once perceived by the U. S. as a yellow peril, Japan now appears to be a beneficial and friendly influence in Asia.
Cultivation of Marine and Fresh- Water Animals in Japan
Aquatic cultivation ensures a stable food supply and preserves exotic and beautiful freshwater animals of Japanese waterways, such as the oriental goldfish and the pearl oyster.
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