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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 04. April 1898

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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 04, April 1898 is a captivating and informative read that takes readers on a journey through various topics of interest. From articles about exotic wildlife to in-depth explorations of different cultures, this issue offers a diverse range of content that is sure to appeal to a wide audience.

The stunning photography featured in the magazine is truly breathtaking, allowing readers to immerse themselves in the beauty of the natural world. The writing is also top-notch, providing insightful commentary and fascinating facts that only serve to enhance the overall reading experience.

One of the standout features of this issue is its exploration of lesser-known regions and cultures, shedding light on places and people that many readers may not be familiar with. This adds a sense of depth and richness to the magazine, making it a truly enriching and enlightening read.

Overall, National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 04, April 1898 is a must-read for anyone interested in the world around them. Its blend of beautiful photography, engaging writing, and diverse content make it a true standout in the world of magazines. I highly recommend picking up a copy and delving into the fascinating world that it has to offer.

Book Description:
The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, Vol IX, April 1898, the Klondike Number.
It includes the following articles:

  • The Northwest Passes to the Yukon, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore
  • Overland Routes to the Klondike, by Hamlin Garland
  • The Future of the Yukon Gold Fields, by William H. Dall
  • Notes on the Wild Fowl and Game Animals of Alaska, by E. W. Nelson
  • Climatic Conditions of Alaska, by A. W. Greely
  • A Yukon Pioneer, Mike Lebarge, by William H. Dall
  • Alaska and its Mineral Resources, by Samuel Franklin Emmons
  • The Civil Government of Alaska, by George C. Perkins
  • Some of the Conditions and Possibilities of Agriculture in Alaska, by Walter H. Evans
  • The Metlakatla Mission in Danger, by William H. Dall
  • Agriculture in the Yukon Valley, by Sheldon Jackson
  • On Eskimo Geographic Names Ending in miut, by John Murdoch
  • Geographic Literature

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