National Geographic March 1988


China Passage by Rail { China Passage}
A changing people and changeless landscapes come into view as Paul Theroux and Geographic photographer Bruce Dale travel the railways of the world’s most populous nation.
Exploring America’s Forgotten Century { Exploring Our Lost Century; Exploring Our Forgotten Century: Between Columbus and Jamestown}
A decade of digging by archeologists and scholars illuminates the neglected first chapter in our country’s history, the years between Columbus and Jamestown. Joseph Judge reports, with photographs by Bill Ballenberg and paintings by John Berkey.
Announcing a New National Geographic Society Foundation { Announcing the Society’s New Education Foundation; President Grosvenor Announces the National Geographic Society Education Foundation}
President Gilbert M. Grosvenor establishes an education foundation to accept contributions and ensure permanent support for the teaching of geography in U. S. classrooms. A prospectus by educator Lloyd H. Elliot.
Hello Anchorage, Good- Bye Dream
Anchorage copes with the realities of urban life and struggles to regain the riches of the oil boom. Larry L. King and photographer Chris Johns reveal the growing pains of Alaska’s largest city.
Wildlife Portfolio { Falkland Islands Wildlife: A Portfolio}
Food- rich waters around the Falklands support a spectacular mix of birds and animals. A photographic portfolio by Frans Lanting.
The Falkland Islands- -Life After the War
Falklanders are still British and newly prosperous just six years after the deadly contest waged by Britain and Argentina over their South Atlantic homeland. Bryan Hodgson and photographer Steve Raymer assess their life today.

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