National Geographic July 1920


Along Our Side of the Mexican Border
From Brownsville and El Paso to Yuma and San Diego, the dusty 1, 800- mile boundary between the U. S. and its neighbor to the south has been a site of adventure and tragedy.
The Charm of Cape Breton Island: The Most Picturesque Portion of Canada’s Maritime Provinces- -A Land Rich in Historic Associations, Natural Resources, and Geographic Appeal
This romantic island of northeastern Nova Scotia features fine scenery, history, fishing, and yachting.
Cuba- -The Sugar Mill of the Antilles
El Dorado, long sought in the New World by Europe’s explorers, could be this enormous island that produces enough sugarcane to make Cuba richer than Midas ever was.

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