National Geographic November 1966


Preserving the Treasures of Olduvai Gorge
In a valley in Tanzania, Dr. Louis S. B. Leakey has unearthed fossils of early hominids, some of them new species, and shed light on human evolution.
New Knowledge of Earth From Astronauts’ Photographs { The Earth From Orbit}
American astronauts on Mercury and Gemini missions have brought back color photographs that give scientists new views of whole mountain ranges, river basins, and weather systems.
Proud Primitives, the Nuba People
In the mountains of southern Sudan some 50 groups perpetuate distinctive dialects and customs, including whole- body scarification.
The Living White House
The mansion in the heart of Washington, D. C. , has witnessed the personal joys and sorrows of presidential families for 166 years, according to the author who has gone behind the scenes as reporter and guest.
Marvels of a Coral Realm
Diving on a coral reef off southern Florida, a marine biologist has accumulated a decade of data about hundreds of species of organisms, some new to science.

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