National Geographic September 1972


Bangladesh: Hope Nourishes a New Nation
A 1971 civil war ended with independence for Bengalis of East Pakistan, now Bangladesh.
New Tricks Outwit Our Insect Enemies
Rejecting chemical control of noxious insects, scientists introduce their natural enemies.
Human Treasures of Japan
Masters of ancient skills of weaving, lacquerwork, puppetry, and pantomime are recognized by the Japanese government and encouraged to pass along their skills.
The Manx and Their Isle of Man
Port of call for tourists, this self- governing community within the British Commonwealth raises abundant crops on land warmed by the Gulf Stream.
A Bit of Old Russia Takes Root in Alaska: Nikolaevsk { Nikolaevsk: A Bit of Old Russia Takes Root in Alaska}
The Old Believers, fleeing religious reform and persecution in Russia, have established isolated communities around the world. An Alaska village is reminscent of 17th- century Russia.
Yesterday Lingers Along the Connecticut
Cascading from New Hampshire to Long Island Sound, the 400- mile- long river that once dumped wastes from thriving manufacturers begins a cleanup.

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