National Geographic June 1916


The Wild Blueberry Tamed: The New Industry of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey
The acid soil of the Pine Barrens has proved most congenial for the peculiarities of blueberry culture.
The Citizen Army of Holland
Holland’s neutrality is respected, largely due to the efficiency and quick response time of her citizen army.
Our First National Park East of the Mississippi { First National Park East of Mississippi River}
A short photographic essay reveals the rugged attractions of Mount Desert Island, whose dedication by President Wilson marks the beginning of a new era in our national park development.
Common American Wild Flowers
As part of an ongoing illustrated natural history series, the Society prints a collection of 16 colored paintings of North American wild flowers, along with descriptions for each species.
America’s Surpassing Fisheries: Their Present Condition and Future Prospects, and How the Federal Government Fosters Them
With the acquisition of Alaska, and advances in fish hatchery cultivation, the United States has become the leading fishery in the world.

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