National Geographic December 1985


Daniel Boone, First Hero of the Frontier
Sorting fact from fiction, Elizabeth A. Moize tells the story of the legendary frontier hero. Photographs by William Strode.
How We Found [ Titanic]
A U. S. -French scientific expedition, led by Robert D. Ballard and Jean- Louis Michel, uses high technology to locate the wrecked liner two and a half miles down in the North Atlantic and record unforgettable images.
Vatican City
The world’s smallest sovereign state is also the powerful heart and headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church and its 800 million members. James Fallows and photographer James L. Stanfield provide an intimate tour, including a closeup perspective of the
Vatican City { The Photographer’s Perspective}
James L. Stanfield’s portrait of Pope John Paul II.
Vatican City { Treasures of the Vatican}
Drawn from the centuries, select masterpieces in the Vatican’s dazzling collection are revealed by staff photographers James L. Stanfield and Victor R. Boswell, Jr.
Nicaragua: Nation in Conflict
Mike Edwards travels the length and breadth of this key Central American nation to report on the Sandinista revolution, now entering its seventh year. Photographs by veteran cameraman James Nachtwey.

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