National Geographic : 1900 Jul
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! THE INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHY. The last few years have proved so rich in geographical discov eries that there has been a pressing need for a resume of recent ex plorations and changes which should present in convenient and accurate form the latest results of geographical work. The addi tions to our knowledge have not been limited to Africa, Asia, and the Arctic regions, but even on our own continent the gold of the Klondike has led to a better knowledge of the region. The want which is indicated will be met by The InternationalGeography, a convenient volume for the intelligent general reader, and the library which presents expert summaries of the results of geographical sci ence throughout the world at the present time. Seventy authors, all experts, have collaborated in the production of The InternationalGeography. The contributors include the lead ing geographers and travelers of Europe and America. The work has been planned and edited by Dr. H. R. MILL, who also wrote the chapter on The United Kingdom. Among the authors are : Professor W. M. DAVIS (The United States), Dr. FRIDTJO NANSEN (Arctic Regions), Professor A. KIRCHHOFF (German Empire), Mr. F. C. SELOUS Rhodesia), Professors DE LAPPARENT and RAVENEAU (France), Sir CLEMENTS R. MARKHAM, F. R . S. (Ecuador, Bolivia, and Peru), Sir JOHN MURRAY, F. R. S. (Antarctic Regions), Count PFEIL (German Colonies), Mr. JAMES BRYCE, M. P . (The Boer Republics), Sir H. H. JOHNSTON, the late Sir LAMBERT PLAYFAIR, Sir F. J. GOLDSMID, Sir MARTIN CONWAY, Sir GEORGE S. ROBERTSON, Sir WILLIAM MACGREGOR, Sir CHARLES WILSON, F. R S.; the Hon. D. W . CARNEGIE, Mrs. BISHOP, Dr. A. M. W. DOWNING, F. R. S. ; Dr. J . SCOTT KELTIE, and Mr. G. G. C.HISHOLM, the editor of the Times Gazetteer. The book is illustrated by nearly five hundred maps and diagrams, which have been specially prepared. It is designed to present in the compact limits of a single volume an authoritative conspectus of the science of geography and the conditions of the countries at the end of the nineteenth century. D. APPLETON & CO., Publishers, 72 Fifth Avenue, New York. Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.