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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 09. September 1898

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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 09, September 1898 offers readers a fascinating glimpse into the world of the late 19th century. The articles contained within cover a wide range of topics, from geographical exploration to scientific discoveries.

One particularly captivating article explores the mysterious disappearance of explorer Robert Peary during his expedition to the Arctic. The author paints a vivid picture of Peary's journey and the challenges he faced, leaving readers on the edge of their seats as they follow his harrowing adventure.

The magazine also delves into the natural wonders of the world, with stunning photographs and detailed descriptions of exotic locations. Readers are transported to far-off lands and introduced to the diverse cultures and wildlife that inhabit them.

Overall, National Geographic Magazine Vol. 09 - 09, September 1898 is a captivating read that offers both education and entertainment. It is a must-read for anyone interested in history, geography, or exploration.

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

  • The Growth of the United States, by W J McGee
  • Bitter Root Forest Reserve, by Richard U. Goode
  • Atlantic Estuarine Tides, by Mark S. W. Jefferson
  • The Forest Conditions and Standing Timber of the State of Washington, by Henry Gannett
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science, by John Hyde

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