National Geographic May 1908
Where East Meets West: A Visit to Picturesque Dalmatia, Montenegro and Bosnia
The beautiful land where East meets West is a melting pot of religions and cultures, contested by empires and divided by ancient conflicts.
Hunting Bears on Horseback
In a national timber reserve just east of Yellowstone Park the author’s party uses a pack of dogs to hunt bears and wolverines.
The Nome Gold Fields
In the course of a decade, Seward Peninsula in Alaska has been transformed from a nearly unpopulated wasteland to a scene of intense commercial activity. Though mining in the Klondike has passed its zenith, the boom should continue to increase on Seward;
An American Fable
The author reminds America that its natural resources are limited and petitions for conservation initiatives.
Conservation of Our Natural Resources
President Roosevelt invites the President of the National Geographic Society to a conference on the conservation of natural resources, which he feels may rank among the more important meetings in the history of the country.
Persia: The Awakening East
An ancient land still affords the traveler glimpses into its storied past, but European influences are increasingly visible in the commerce and government of Persia.
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