National Geographic June 1901


Mexico of Today
In the third part of an article featured in the April and May 1901 issues a Mexican diplomat discusses his nation’s financial credit and military branches.
Sir John Murray
Sir John Murray has added another exploit to a list of accomplishments befitting his long and distinguished career. Most recently he has completed an expedition to Christmas Island, 200 miles south of Java.
Geographic Notes { The Center of Population of the United States}
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as the population of the United Kingdom and prehistoric surgery.
The Dikes of Holland
Dikes have been a part of the Netherlands’ landscape since pre- Roman days and have been instrumental in protecting lives and property, and reclaiming valuable land from the sea.
China: Her History and Development. Part I
China’s history is long and has its origins in the mists of ancient time. The author’s historical account begins 29 centuries before Christ and includes such topics as the import of Buddhism from India and Chinese- Roman relations.

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