National Geographic July 1963


Gettysburg and Vicksburg: the Battle Towns Today
Converging roads in Pennsylvania and heights above the Mississippi River reveal their meaning to America in the light of Civil War history.
Underwater Archeology: Key to History’s Warehouse
Using underwater photography and a specially designed steel grid to map remains on the ocean floor, Aqua- Lung archaeologists excavate a 1, 300- year- old Byzantine ship in a marine graveyard off the coast of Turkey.
Dynamic Ontario { Canada’s Dynamic Heartland, Ontario}
A native Canadian rediscovers Ontario and finds more to appreciate than syrup producing maple trees, including a strong industrial and agricultural base, superb natural beauty, and a province that takes great pride in its heritage.
Athens: Her Golden Past Still Lights the World
Ancient history mingles with modern life in the streets and countryside of Athens, the birthplace of Western civilization.
Just a Hundred Years Ago
Author Carl Sandburg reflects on two watershed events in American history: the North’s capture of Vicksburg and its victory at Gettysburg.

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