National Geographic August 1929


St. Malo, Ancient City of Corsairs: An Old Brittany Seaport Whose Past Bristles with Cannons and Cutlasses
Bathed in brine and tinged with piracy, today’s St. Malo moderates a violent history with family- friendly seaside resorts.
The Santa Fe Trail, Path to Empire
A former pioneer pathway, the well- traveled route from Franklin, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico, also saw army messengers, Utah- bound Mormons, and lawless gunslingers on their way into history.
Across Madagascar by Boat, Auto, Railroad, and Filanzana
An American botanist’s account of his 1, 300- mile plant hunt, which yielded a rubber plant feared to be extinct, includes numerous observations of the villages and peoples of southern Madagascar.

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