National Geographic March 1982


Quebec’s Northern Dynamo
A far- flung network of dams and hydroelectric plants is harnessing subarctic Canadian rivers for new power for industries and cities. Text by Larry Kohl, photographs by Ottmar Bierwagen.
Henry Hudson’s Changing Bay
The 20th century brings technology and political clout to a handful of Inuit villages trying to balance old ways and new in the isolated wilderness around Hudson Bay. By Bill Richards, with photographs by David Hiser.
The Two Souls of Peru
Indian and Spanish heritages mold a nation of sharp geographic and social contrasts, where a new government makes a fresh start. Harvey Arden reports, with photographs by William Albert Allard.
Santa Fe: Still the Goal at the End of the Trail { Santa Fe- -Still Trail’s End; Santa Fe: Goal at the End of the Trail}
William S. Ellis finds artists, tourists, and deserters from drudgery seeking modern haven in the oldest capital city in the United States. Photographs by Gordon W. Gahan and Otis Imboden.
Sudan: Crucible of Cultures { Sudan: Arab- African Giant}
Ranging across Africa’s largest nation, author- photographer Robert Caputo visits diverse peoples of a country struggling for unity a decade after the end of a 17- year civil war between African south and Arabic north.

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