National Geographic September 1922


Map- Changing Medicine
Yellow fever will soon be as extinct as the dinosaur and the dodo, hookworm can be eradicated from any community that works at it, and malaria can largely be prevented. A new laboratory in Hagerstown, Maryland, will study preventive medicine.
A Longitudinal Journey Through Chile
A 2, 000- mile train journey provides a comprehensive insight into Chile’s diverse landscape and people.
Alexander Graham Bell
The Board of Trustees announces the death of the great inventor, who was also a founder of the Society.
Some Aspects of Rural Japan
Japan’s recent rush to industrialize has blinded observers to its agriculture, which is still the country’s principal export of wealth and power. The old ways live on in rural villages.

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