National Geographic : 1909 Apr
'ie NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE U-i Vol. XX APRIL, 1909 No. 4 CONTENTS Hunting the Great Brown Bear of Alaska. By George Mixter, 2d. With 35 Illustrations. The Panama Canal. By Colonel George W. Goethals, Chief Engineer Isthmian Canal Commission. With 9 Illustrations. The Original Boundary Stones of the District of Columbia. By Ernest A. Shuster, Jr., U. S. Geological Survey. With 7 Illustrations. The Leach's Petrel; His Nursery on Little Duck Island. By Arnold Wood. With 7 Illustrations. Colossal Work in Baltimore. By Calvin W. Hendrick, Chief Engineer Sewerage Commission of the City of Baltimore. With 6 Illustrations. The World's Most Cruel Earthquake. By Charles W. Wright. With 25 Illustrations. The American Red Cross in Sicily. By Mabel Boardman, Director American Red Cross. Shackleton's Farthest South. With Map. PUBLISHED BY THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY HUBBARD MEMORIAL HALL WASHINGTON, D. C. SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 A YEAR SINGLE NUMBER, 25 CENTS Entered at the Post-Office at Washington, D. C., as Second-Class Mail Matter Copyright, 1909, by National Geographic Society,Washington, D. C. All rights reserved ^LTSLL 1k.. I - .