National Geographic May 1915


The Gates to the Black Sea: The Dardanelles and the Bosphorus { The Gates to the Black Sea: The Dardanelles, the Bosphorus, and the Sea of Marmora}
The author finds in these landlocked waters, separating the two most historic continents of our globe, historical precedents for modern day turbulence in the region.
Constantinople and Sancta Sophia
The Ottoman capital’s great church, Sancta Sophia, is Edwin A. Grosvenor’s focal point for a history of the queen city of the earth – – melting pot for races, cultures, and religions.
Homer’s Troy Today
History and great poetry do not necessarily correspond in the famous ruins of Troy.
Homer’s Troy Today { Notes on Troy}
Ilium, the ninth city built on the isle of Troy, was once to the Romans what Mecca is to today’s Mohammedans – – a mother city worthy of a pilgrimmage.
The Mayflower { The Cultivation of the Mayflower}
To find the rarely seen fruit of this well- known plant, also known as the trailing arbutus, it must be sought lovingly, writes Frederick V. Coville.
American Wild Flowers
The magazine’s first color series of American wild flowers, with 24 pages of drawings by Mary E. Eaton, is accompanied by descriptions of each species.

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