National Geographic July 1933


The Eagle, King of Birds, and His Kin
Historical symbols of power and courage, eagles and related species vary on many counts, including flight methods, migration habits, and even the design of their feet.
Nakwasina Goes North: A Man, a Woman, and a Pup Cruise from Tacoma to Juneau in a 17- Foot Canoe
Traversing the Inside Passage to Alaska takes an adventurous couple 53 days, with approximately 1, 100 miles covered by sail and paddle.
Secrets from Syrian Hills: Explorations Reveal World’s Earliest Known Alphabet, Deciphered from Schoolboy Slates and Dictionaries of 3, 000 Years Ago
Scientists continue to excavate at Ras Shamra, extracting vases, jewelry, carved figures and other artifacts, while linguists use decoding skills to decipher the ancient alphabet written on clay tablets.

Out of stock

Join the waitlist to be emailed when this product becomes available

SKU: NG193307 Category:

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “National Geographic July 1933”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *