National Geographic May 1966


California, the Golden Magnet { Part II: Nature’s North}
Northern California boasts the sophistication of San Francisco and water and timber resources that southern California needs.
California, the Golden Magnet { Part I: The South}
Southern California, like a golden magnet, draws a thousand new residents a day, lured by a sunny climate and abundant jobs.
Saving the Ancient Temples at Abu Simbel
When Nile waters rose behind Egypt’s Aswan High Dam, an international effort lifted threatened shrines to safety, an engineering feat rivaling their original construction.
Capturing Strange Creatures in Colombia
Indians in the Andes help the author collect rare species of frogs, giant earthworms, monkeys, and coatimundis for their medical usefulness.

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