National Geographic September 1997 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine September 1997

National Geographic September 1997


The Dawn of Humans: Tracking the First of Our Kind
Around 117, 000 years ago in southern Africa an early member of our species left footprints in a sand dune. Could it have been the Eve some scientists are seeking?
A Dream Called Nunavut
In 1999, Canada's Inuit will land their greatest catch - - 770, 000 square miles to call their own.
Balloon Challenge { Racing With the Wind}
Competitors from three nations last winter attempted the first nonstop girdling of the globe by balloon.
Route 66 { Romancing the Road}
Rattling through Arizona, this remnant of a historic highway returns travelers to two- lane America and the auto's golden age.
China's Three Gorges: Before the Flood
The world's mightiest dam is rising on the Yangtze River. Gains: electric power and flood control. Losses: wild canyons and hundreds of thousands of homes.
Beirut Rising
A war- torn ruin after 15 years of civil strife, Lebanon's capital is rebuilding itself physically and socially.
The Siren Song of Everest
Amateurs crowd the perilous slopes of earth's highest mountain, seeking the adventure of a lifetime.


Pontiac: Wider Is Better. Passing Shot. { General Motors Corporation ( GM) }
United States Postal Service ( U. S. P. S. ): Please Behave Like The Evolved Homo Sapien You Are And Kindly Refrain From Licking
Toyota Motor Sales, U. S. A. , Inc. : People In Arizona Are Tested by Harsh Rugged Conditions So Naturally Our Vehicles Are Tested By People In Arizona
Kellogg Company: Adults Who Eat Cereal Consume Less Fat Each Day
General Motors Corporation ( GM) : Parenthood Incognito { Chevrolet Motor Company}
State Farm Insurance Companies: This Isn' t Just A Course In Art, It' s A Course In Living


Included: Map with historical and geographical notes. ; Standard Parallels 64? and 79?.
CANADIAN NORTH { THE NORTH}(20 5/8 x 27 1/8 in.)
Included: Maps, illustrations, and text describing the history of the Canadian north.

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