National Geographic : 1944 Jan
© National Geographic Society Immigrant Trees, Like Peoples, Take Root in Brazil In Sao Paulo the ax bites into a eucalyptus of Australian stock. Some 280,000,000 others have been planted. Fast growth recommends this tree for railway fuel, fence posts, and telegraph poles. Kodachromes by W. Robert Moore A LandlockedSea Scout Finds Water Boy and dog live at Belo Horizonte, more than 200 miles from the Atlantic. His troop has a lake for scouting activities. Atthe moment heisexploring Ouro Preto, an old mining town.