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National Geographic Magazine Vol. 10 - 08. August 1899

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The National Geographic Magazine Vol. 10 - 08, August 1899 is a literary treasure trove that provides a fascinating insight into the world as it was over a century ago. The articles and illustrations within this edition cover a wide range of topics, from geographical discoveries and scientific advancements to cultural traditions and historical events.

One of the standout features of this magazine is its stunning visuals, with vivid photographs and detailed maps bringing the stories to life. The writing is equally engaging, providing detailed descriptions and insightful commentary that captivates the reader from cover to cover.

This edition of National Geographic is a true collector's item, offering a glimpse into a bygone era and a reminder of the boundless curiosity and thirst for knowledge that has long characterized the magazine. Whether you are a history buff, a lover of travel and exploration, or simply someone who enjoys immersing themselves in a good read, this magazine is sure to delight and inspire. Highly recommended for anyone with an interest in the world around them.

Book Description:
The National Geographic Magazine, an illustrated monthly, Vol X, August 1899.
It includes the following articles:

  • Shishaldin as a Field for Exploration by Joseph Stanley-Brown
  • Magnetic Work of the Coast and Geodetic Survey
  • Deep-Sea Exploring Expedition of Steamer "Albatross" by Hugh M. Smith
  • Geographical Congress at Berlin
  • The Proposed Interoceanic Canal in its Commercial Aspects by Joseph Nimmo
  • The Interoceanic Canal by Emory R. Johnson
  • Plans for Reaching the South Pole by Guilber H. Grosvenor.
along with Geographic Literature and Miscellanea

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