National Geographic : 1907 Mar
ae NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Vol. XVIII MARCH, 1907 No. 3 CONTENTS THE MAORIS OF NEW ZEALAND PAGE Archaeology in the Air. By Eliza R. Scidmore, Foreign Secretary of the National Geographic Society. Illustrated . . . . . 151 Railway Routes in Alaska. By Alfred H. Brooks, of the U. S. Geological Survey. With a Summary of the Remarkable Mineral Development of the Territory. Illustrated . . . . . 164 The Maoris of New Zealand. Illustrated . . . . 191 The Great Natural Bridges of Utah. By Col. Edwin F. Holmes. Illustrated 199 A Recent Report from the Doubtful Island Region. By James D. Hague. Illustrated . . . . . . . . . . 205 The Possibilities of the Hudson Bay Country. Illustrated . . . 209 The High Sierra. Illustrated . . . . . . 213 Motor Sledges in the Antarctic . . . . . . 214 Published by the National Geographic Society Hubbard Memorial Hall Washington, D. C. $2.50 a Year REPRINT 25 Cents a Number Entered at the Post-Offce at Washington D. C.. as Second-Class Mail Matter b.'