National Geographic : 1900 Feb
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE LECTURE COURSES OF THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The program of the lectures for each month and all other announcements by the Society will be published regularly in the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. THE POPULAR COURSE, delivered in the FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, TENTH AND G STREETS N. W., on alternate Friday evenings at 8 o'clock. February 9. - Explorations on Yangste Kiang . Mr WM. BARCLAY PARSONS, C. E. Surveyor of the railway route through the Yangste Kiang valley. February 16.- The History and Geographic Distribution of the Bubonic Plague, GEORGE M. STERNBERG, Surgeon General, U. S. Army. February 2 3 .- From the Andes through Bolivia and Back . Hon. WM. ELEROY CURTIS, Ex-Director of the Bureau of American Republics. March 9.- Manchuria . . . . . Mr M. SERGEY FRIEDE, C. E. March 23 .- The Venezuelan Boundary . . . . Mr MARCUS BAKER. *The International Geographic Congress . Gen. A. W. GREELY, U. S. A . * The Missions of California . . . Mr J. STANLEY-BROWN. * Cuba . . . . . . Mr GEORGE KENNAN. *Presidential Address . . . Dr ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL. THE TECHNICAL COURSE, delivered in the ASSEMBLY HALL OF COLUMBIAN UNIVERSITY, FIFTEENTH AND H STREETS N. W., on Friday evenings at 8.15 o'clock. February 2.- Explorations around the Arctic Circle Dr FRANK RUSSELL, Harvard University. March 2. -The Geographic Distribution of Seed Plants . Prof. JOHN M. COULTER, Chicago University. March i6. -The Roman Forum . . . . . Prof. MITCHELL CARROLL, Columbian University. March 30.- Subject not yet announced . . . . Prof. WM. M. DAVIS, Harvard University. *The Dykes of Holland . . . . . GERARD H. MATTHES, U. S. Geological Survey. *The Floods of the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys . H. C. FRANKENFIELD, U. S. Weather Bureau. * The date to be announced later.