National Geographic November 1937
Keeping House on the Congo
Between the low hills of West Africa and the yellow- brown waters of the Congo River lies the small river port of Boma, where an American woman and her family adjust to African culture.
Pilgrims’ Progress to Mecca
These photographs illustrate the annual Islamic pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.
Pearl Fishing in the Red Sea
In a handmade boat, a Frenchman and a crew of four Somali sailors brave storms, bandits, and poison fish to search for pearls in the Red Sea.
America’s First Settlers, the Indians
Native American civilizations were nearly obliterated by white settlers. However, their substantial achievements in mathematics, agriculture, and political organization continue to be recognized as brilliant advances.
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