National Geographic April 1971


Changing Homeland of a Tough, Romantic People: Hungary { Hungary: Changing Homeland of a Tough, Romantic People}
The communist nation in central Europe exhibits a new tolerance of Western influence, but its people are ever mindful of their failed 1956 revolt.
Polar Bear: Lonely Nomad of the North
Polar bears are threatened by encroaching civilization. The author assists scientists who capture, mark, and release bears to better understand how they thrive in the brutal Arctic climate.
The Arans, Ireland’s Invincible Isles
Ships depart from Galway dock at Kilronan, the main harbor for these small islands where there are no hotels or restaurants, and few modern conveniences to ease the lives of farming and fishing families.
Where Old Hawaii Still Lives: Maui { Maui, Where Old Hawaii Still Lives}
Maui boasts a melting pot culture, fueled by successive arrivals from the original Polynesian settlers to boisterous whalers and pious missionaries. Here, the ancient Hawaiian traditions and language survive the onrush of modernization.
The Exquisite Orchids
With perhaps 35, 000 species, the largest family of flowering plants on Earth displays incredible variety on every continent but Antarctica.

Out of stock

Join the waitlist to be emailed when this product becomes available

SKU: NG197104 Category:

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “National Geographic April 1971”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *