National Geographic February 1939


Happy Landing in Bermuda
With white- roofed cottages, coral beaches, green hills, and fragrant gardens, the island of Bermuda is a popular vacation site just 640 miles off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.
California’s Coastal Redwood Realm: Along a Belt of Tall Trees a Giant Bridge Speeds the Winning of Our Westernmost Frontier
A towering forest of ancient redwood trees – – some more than 2, 000 years old – – stretches north from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge along one of America’s last frontiers, the vibrant northern Pacific Coast.
Time and Tide on the Thames
Like a ‘ lifeline’ across England’s old palm flows the Thames; scenes along its banks reveal the nature of the English people.
Fishing in Pacific Coast Streams
An avid fly fisherman describes the 17 species of fish – – including salmon and trout – – found in the rivers of western North America.

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