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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 06

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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 06 is a stunning collection of articles and photographs that delve into a wide range of fascinating topics. From exploring the depths of the ocean to uncovering ancient civilizations, this issue offers readers a captivating glimpse into the wonders of the world.

The articles are well-written and informative, providing readers with a wealth of knowledge on a variety of subjects. The photographs are breathtaking, capturing the beauty and diversity of our planet in stunning detail. Whether you're interested in nature, history, or culture, there is something in this issue to captivate and inspire you.

One of the standout features of this volume is the diversity of topics covered. From profiles of endangered species to in-depth looks at different cultures, there is truly something for everyone in this issue. The writing is engaging and easy to follow, making it accessible to readers of all ages and backgrounds.

Overall, National Geographic Magazine Vol. 06 is a must-read for anyone with a thirst for knowledge and a love of the world around them. With its beautiful photographs and compelling articles, this issue will transport you to distant lands and spark your curiosity about the world we live in. I highly recommend picking up a copy and immersing yourself in the wonder and beauty of our planet.

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National Geographic Magazine Volume 6, articles published from January, 1894, to May, 1895.

  • Geographic Progress of Civilization - Annual Address by the President Honorable Gardiner G. Hubbard
  • Shawangunk Mountain, by N. H. Darton
  • Weather Making, Ancient and Modern, by Mark W. Harrington
  • Geomorphology of the Southern Appalachians, by Charles Willard Hayes and Marius R. Campbell
  • The Battle of the Forest, by B. E. Fernow
  • Surveys and Maps of the District of Columbia, by Marcus Baker
  • The first Landfall of Columbus, by Jacques W. Redway, F. R. G. S.
  • Japan, by D.W. Stevens
  • Geography of the Air, Annual Address by the Vice-President, General A. W. Greely
  • Sir Francis Drake's Anchorage, by Edward L. Berthoud
  • Note on the Height of Mount Saint Elias, by Professor Israel C. Russell
  • Geographic Notes, by Cyrus C. Babb (The Antarctic Continent - Magnetic Observation in Iceland, Jan Mayen and Spitzbergen in 1892 - A New Light on the Discovery of America - Monographs of the National Geographic Sociaty - Important Announcement Concerning Essays)
  • Laws of the Temperature Control of the Geographic Distribution of Terrestrial Animals and Plants. Annual Address by Vice-President Dr. C. Hart Merriam.
  • Oregon: Its History, Geography, and Resources, by John H. Mitchell.

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