National Geographic March 1977


Afloat on the Untamed Buffalo { America’s Little Mainstream}
Harvey Arden threads limestone bluffs and Ozark hills to discover the flavor of an earlier age along America’s first national river. Photographs by Matt Bradley.
Egypt: Two Perspectives { Legacy of a Dazzling Past; Dazzling Legacy of an Ancient Quest}
The everyday lives of king and commoner alike survive in the magnificent art gleaned from ancient Egypt’s tombs and temples. Text by Alice J. Hall.
Consider the Sponge. ..
Survival tricks of this primitive life form intrigue biologists and challenge medical researchers. Photographs by David Doubilet. Text by Michael E. Long.
The Philippines: Better Days Still Elude an Old Friend
After three decades, the U. S. -sponsored Republic of the Philippines finds democracy eroding in a struggle with corruption and rebellion. By Don Moser and Bruce Dale.
Egypt: Two Perspectives { Omens for a Better Tomorrow; Change Comes to a Changeless Land}
Thomas J. Abercrombie finds promising signs – – burgeoning technology, profitable leadership – – in the changeless world beside the Nile.
I Will Fight No More Forever { Chief Joseph}
Chief Joseph’s poignant words still echo along the path of the Nez Perces’ 1877 retreat. William Albert Allard retraces the memory- stained route across the U. S. Northwest.

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