National Geographic September 1911
The Speediest Boat
A report on the Italian- invented hydroplane, which successfully utilizes the dynamic reaction of water with the boat’s hull, is accompanied by photographs of the boat.
Notes from a Naturalist’s Experiences in British Guiana
While studying freshwater fishes in British Guiana ( Guyana) , a naturalist recounts his encounters with indigenous Indians and the breathtaking scenery of Kaieteur Fall and the Potaro Gorge.
The World’s Greatest Waterfall: The Kaieteur Fall, in British Guiana
Five times the height of Niagara Falls, British Guiana’s ( Guyana) Kaieteur Fall has been seen by few Americans. The author visits the waterfall and captures its magnificence in splendid pictures.
The Mole Men: An Account of the Troglodytes of Southern Tunisia
The troglodytes – – cave dwellers of southern Tunisia – – open their underground homes to the author, who reports on their unique living arrangements and culture.
Peculiar Caves of Asia Minor
A Western woman takes a caravan through the valleys and Arab villages of Asia Minor and finds that she is as much an object of fascination to the natives as they are to her.
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