National Geographic May 1935


My Flight from Hawaii
Amelia Earhart describes what it was like to be the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to the U. S. mainland.
Tuatara, a Living Fossil of New Zealand { Tuatara: Living Fossils Walk on Well- Nigh Inaccessible Rocky Islands off the Coast of New Zealand}
A primitive reptile, ancient lizard- like tuataras still roam the islands off New Zealand.
Maine, the Outpost State
From its vast forests to tiny coastal villages, Maine’s rugged beauty and noble history instill pride among State- of- Mainers.
Life in a Norway Valley: An American Girl Is Welcomed Into the Homemaking and Haying of Happy Hallingdal
An American girl is welcomed into the homemaking and haying of Hallingdal – – a lonely, hardworking valley that illustrates rural Norway.
Week- Ends with the Prairie Falcon: A Commuter Finds Recreation in Scaling Cliffs to Observe the Nest Life and Flying Habits of These Elusive Birds
Stalking the elusive prairie falcon in California reveals its life cycle to be as thrilling as its arc of flight.

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