National Geographic May 1922
The First Alaskan Air Expedition
Encountering fierce storms, high mountains, and few ready landing fields, four U. S. Army Air Service aviators, each with his own mechanic, make a pioneering flight from New York to Nome in 53 and a half hours.
Through the Heart of England in a Canadian Canoe
A trip up the Oxford Canal to Warwick, and along the Avon to Tewksbury, passes places of great historic interest and villages that are the very embodiment of ease and peace.
In the Land of Kublai Khan
A series of color plates illustrates Mongolia and northern China.
The Story of the Ruhr
A 150- mile- valley produces coal and iron ore for Germany, and the country’s future may depend on how it fares.
Where the Mountains Walked : An Account of the Recent Earthquake in Kansu Province, China, Which Destroyed 100, 000 Lives
A member of the International Famine Relief Commission offers a firsthand account of the devastation following the December 1920 earhquake, which changed the physical geography of the remote region more than any such event in history.
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