National Geographic April 1936


Thrushes, Thrashers, and Swallows: Robins and Bluebirds are Familiar Members of a Famous Musical Family Which Includes the Hermit Thrush and European Nightingale
Several dozen species of songbirds and skillful flyers frequent backyards across the United States.
Mysterious Micronesia: Japan’s Mandated Islands { Mysterious Micronesia: Yap, Map, and Other Islands Under Japanese Mandate are Museums of Primitive Man}
Since the League of Nations assigned Japanese rule to Micronesia, the isolated Pacific islands are drifting into the current of change.
Low Road, High Road, Around Dundee
As Scotland’s gateway to the Highlands, the city of Dundee clings to its traditions.
Informal Salute to the English Lakes
Land of Wordsworth’s poetry, England’s Lake District holds many scenic vistas.
Friendly Journeys in Japan: A Young American Finds a Ready Welcome in the Homes of the Japanese During Leisurely Travels Through the Islands
From the peak of Mount Fugi to tiny fishing villages, Japan’s citizens cherish nature.

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