National Geographic February 1914
Battling with the Panama Slides
Nature is putting up a last- ditch effort to resist the Panama Canal in the form of landslides and breaks in the banks that have buried much of the enterprise in debris and wrecked miles of railroad tracks.
The Nation’s Undeveloped Resources
Current federal policies for the development of the West have led too easily to monopoly and despoliation, argues Interior Secretary Franklin K. Lane. A board of directors should in the future consider what will serve the greatest public interest.
Wayside Scenes in Europe
Sixteen pictures of peasants, fishermen, shepherds, and villagers in diverse and colorful native attire.
The Probable Effect of the Panama Canal on the Commercial Geography of the World
Just as the Suez Canal shortened the distance between Europe and eastern Asia by 3, 400 miles, so the new canal in Central America will trim the route between New York and Yokohama, Japan, by 3, 750 miles.
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