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National Geographic January 1901116.jpg (124512 bytes) National Geographic - January 1901, Vol. 12, No. 1
The Influence of Submarine Cables upon Military and Naval Supre
Submarine cables facilitate the rapid transmission of information , of paramount strategic value in time of war and a means to connect and civilize the globe .
The Indian Tribes of Southern Patagonia , Tierra del Fuego , an
The author spends three years living in southern South America , where he becomes very familiar with four distinct tribes who make their homes in the region .
Location of the Boundary Between Nicaragua and Costa Rica
An American arbiter surveys the boundary between Nicaragua and Costa Rica , a source of much anxiety to both nations because of potential revenue from an isthmian canal .
The Nicaragua Canal
The Isthmian Canal Commission establishes a projected route for a Nicaragua canal and outlines the major engineering problems of the route .
The Tsangpo
The Tsangpo begins its flow at an altitude of nearly 15 , 000 feet . In one unexplored Himalayan region , peopled with Tibetans hostile to foreigners , the river drops 8 , 000 feet in 150 miles .
Recent Contributions to Our Knowledge of the Earth's Shape and
The United States , as part of the International Geodetic Association , contributes data to the study of the Earth's shape .
Explorations in Central East Africa
A large expedition numbering nearly 50 men explores unknown country in East Africa, enduring desertions and the death of many baggage animals .
South Polar Exploration
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National Geographic - March 1901, Vol. 12, No. 3
Abyssinia - -The Country and People
The author's journey through Abyssinia ( Ethiopia ) finds the people so diverse that they defy a common description , though they leave the author with rather a pleasant impression of kindness .
The Old Yuma Trail ( Part I )
The Yuma trail winds through some of America's most forbidding desert , where prehistoric peoples established extensive irrigation systems and colonists of another era inexorably continued their march north and west .
The Sea Fogs of San Francisco
San Francisco's famous fogs are the result of large temperature contrasts , at the boundaries of air currents having different temperatures , humidity , and velocity .
Geographic Facts from Report of the Taft Philippine Commission
The Taft Philippine Commission's findings relate to land usage , mineral wealth , and transportation systems .
The Philippine Exhibit at the Pan - American Exposition
The Philippine exhibit consists of articles commonly used by the people of that country , including weapons , tools , musical instruments , and more .
Geographic Names
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as topographic mapping of the United States and the effect of snowfall on water supplies .
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National Geographic -June 1901, Vol. 12, No. 6
China : Her History and Development . Part I
China's history is long and has its origins in the mists of ancient time . The author's historical account begins 29 centuries before Christ and includes such topics as the import of Buddhism from India and Chinese - Roman relations .
The Dikes of Holland
Dikes have been a part of the Netherlands' landscape since pre - Roman days and have been instrumental in protecting lives and property , and reclaiming valuable land from the sea .
Mexico of Today
In the third part of an article featured in the April and May 1901 issues a Mexican diplomat discusses his nation's financial credit and military branches .
Sir John Murray
Sir John Murray has added another exploit to a list of accomplishments befitting his long and distinguished career . Most recently he has completed an expedition to Christmas Island , 200 miles south of Java .
The Center of Population of the United States
Geographic Notes includes information on topics such as the population of the United Kingdom and prehistoric surgery .
Geographic Names
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National Geographic - July 1901, Vol. 12, No. 7
The Link Relations of Southwestern Asia
A study of the interrelation between the human history of southwestern Asia and the physical conditions of the area yields insight into what has made the region so prolific in world history .
China : Her History and Development . Part II
The second part of an article that appeared in the June 1901 issue applies the lessons of Chinese history to modern dilemma of foreign relations with China . The author warns that there is danger of misunderstanding and underrating the people and the po
The Indian Village of Baum
The Pan - American Exposition features the archaeological findings unearthed at Baum , an ancient village that encircled one of Ohio's great Indian mounds . Skeletons , tools , fishhooks , art , weapons , and other artifacts are displayed .
The Geography of Abyssinia
The author finds Abyssinia ( Ethiopia ) a pleasant place that affords ample opportunities to the artist , archaeologist , and botanist . Though the lowland valleys harbor the dreaded mosquito , the highlands feature a healthful climate and attractive vi
Oil Fields of Texas and California
Last year was marked by petroleum crazes , fueled by discoveries in California and Texas . The oil may have extensive economic effects on these states and the nation as a whole .
The Seri Indians
Among the Seri Indians the role of matrons is prominent , whether in managing daily life or approving marriage proposals 
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National Geographic - October 1901, Vol. 12, No. 10
Next International Geographical Congress To Be Held in Washingt
The National Geographic Society will host the next International Geographical Congress in Washington , D.C. , the great center of scientific geographical exploration in America .
Peary's Work in 1900 and 1901
Peary completed much important work in 1900 and 1901 , including exploration of the western and northern coasts of Greenland , which led to the discovery of the most northernly known land in the world .
The Weather Bureau
The only knowledge most Americans have of the work of the United States Weather Bureau is the daily weather forecast found in their morning paper . The scientific work of the bureau is, in fact , broad in scope and of vital importance .
Work of the Bureau of American Ethnology
The bureau , under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution , is engaged in the anthropological classification of Western Hemisphere aborigines .
Boundaries of Territorial Acquisitions
A Census Office committee officially fixes the boundaries of historical territorial acquisitions such as the Gadsden Purchase and the Louisiana Purchase .
The German South Polar Expedition
The German government hoped to establish an Antarctic expedition for the scientific exploration of South Polar regions .
Traffic on the Suez Cana
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