National Geographic April 1933


River- Encircled Paraguay
Ever entertaining Harriet Chalmers Adams reports on many facets of Paraguay, from mission ruins and palm forests to busy city streets and crowded steamboats.
Woodpeckers, Friends of Our Forests
Members of the woodpecker family share strong physical characteristics easily identifiable by beginning birders.
The Beauties of the Severn Valley
The winding Severn River and the nearby Wye support fertile valleys in a colorful region often referenced in British history and literature.
Men and Gold
A mineral inextricably linked with human history and the lure that led men to discovery and to conquest, gold remains invaluable in facilitating commerce and strengthening economies around the world.

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