National Geographic : 1936 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE WAITERS BALANCE TRAYS ON THEIR HEADS AT GAY FRENCH LICK RESORT, WHOSE MEDICINAL WATER IS GOOD FOR THOSE WHO CAN TAKE IT About floral gardens runs a hedge, cleverly trimmed in the forms of animals. Each year, after the Kentucky Derby, French Lick is the rendezvous of many horse owners and turf devotees. © National Geographic Society inlay photographss by \ lllard K. Lulver "SURRENDER OF FORT SACKVILLE TO GEORGE ROGERS CLARK." BY FREDERICK C. YOHN Few events in American military annals equal Clark's exploit on February 25, 1779, depicted in this painting that hangs in the State library at Indianapolis. The capture of the Wabash post helped bring the vast Northwest Territory under the Stars and Stripes.