National Geographic : 1989 Dec
KEY TO 1989 IQmP - I ILPR llln ]l ]lm I mmmAiQ actualsize: 9" x National Geographic introduces an easy-to-read, single-volume encyclopedia of physical and human geography that reveals just how our world works. * 608 pages; 334 alphabetical entries * nearly 1,000 color photographs * colorful maps, charts, and graphs * cross-references linking related entries * extensive, easy-to-use index * includes a world wall map: 34'2" x 21" Deluxe Edition features bonded-leather binding, gilt-edged pages, and satin ribbon place marker. lOh ,' (2a1 rl MI YES, send me afree examination copy of EXPLORING YOUR WORLD: The Adventure of Geography. Bill me as I've checked below, plus postage and handling. If not completely satisfied, I may return the book without payment. (Please allow 30 days for delivery.) ] Regular Edition: $29.95 O Deluxe Edition: $41.95 00726 (Canadian funds: $35.95) 00728 (Canadian funds: $50.35) MY NAME: rlas pratt. usame lael 00ntafeetotlsrae 9055 Street City State/Province Country Zip/Postal Code CA. MD. and MI residents will be billed applicable sales or use tax. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY 0 1989NationalGeographicSociety FOLD, TAPE, AFFIX POSTAGE (OUTSIDE U. S.) . AND MAIL THIS FORM. JANUARY An Ancient Indian Herb Turns Deadly: Coca 3 Straight: A Gloves-off Treatment Program 48 Sagebrush Country: America's Outback 52 Ballet with Stingrays 84 Indonesia: Two Worlds, Time Apart 96 Rowing Antarctica's "Most Mad Seas" 129 FEBRUARY Skyscrapers 143 Chicago's Hancock Center 175 Small-Town America: An Endangered Species? 186 The Life and Times of William Henry Jackson 216 Yellowstone: The Great Fires of 1988 255 Witness to a Century of Change 275 Map: Yellowstone and Grand Teton MARCH Above China 278 Faulkner's Mississippi 313 Wildlife Quest to the Icy Seas of South Georgia 340 Who Owns Our Past? 376 Trap-Jaw Ants: Set for Prey 394 APRIL Living With Radiation 403 Kronan:Remnants of a Warship's Past 438 The John Muir Trail 467 Cartagena Nights 494 The Common Loon Cries for Help 510 MAY Venezuela's Islands in Time 526 Searching for the Secrets of Gravity 563 Braving the Northwest Passage 584 The Baltic: Arena of Power 602 Are the Swiss Forests in Peril? 637 U. S. Historyin aBox 652 JUNE Extinctions 662 Malta: The Passion of Freedom 700 Images for the Computer Age 718 The Remote World of Tibet's Nomads 752 Life in a Nutshell 783 Map: Dinosaurs s we began our second century, the GEOGRAPHIC explored the land of the Maya, took an in-depth look at cocaine, and devoted a special issue to France. Consult this key to locate other stories of interest. Complete indexes of the year's articles are available free upon request. The January-June index (Vol. 175) is available now; July December (Vol. 176) will be ready in January. The new National GeographicIndex 1888-1988 is on sale for $24.95; a deluxe edi tion, with slipcase and separate map index, for $34.95. A full 1989 supplement will be available in January: $1.00, free with Index. JULY France: Bicentennial of the Great Revolution (a special issue) Liberty, Egalit6, Fraternit6 ... Unite! 2 New and Enduring Paris 6 The Great Revolution 18 Two Revolutions 50 Letters from France 56 High Tech: The Future Is Now 92 A Castle Under the Louvre 102 The Gothic Revolution 108 Unsettled Immigrants 121 The Fine Feathered Nest 'La Protection Sociale' 130 Tour de France-An Annual Madness 132 Darcey: A Village That Refuses to Die 138 The Business of Chic 146 Paris: La Belle Epoque 158 Map: France AUGUST San Diego-Where Two California: Meet 176 America's Black Women 209 The Quest for Oil 226 Tragedy in Alaska Waters 260 Elephant Talk 264 The Many Lives of Old Havana 278 SEPTEMBER The Shakers' Brief Eternity 302 Retracing the First Crusade 326 A Bygone Century Comes to Light 366 Malawi: Faces of a Quiet Land 371 Annapurna: Sanctuary for the Himalaya 391 Samurai Aphids 406 OCTOBER LaRutaMaya 424 Copan: A Royal Maya Tomb Discovered 480 City of Kings and Commoners 488 New Zealand's Magic Waters 507 Photography's First Fifty Years 530 Heyday of the Horse Ferry 548 Map: Land of the Maya NOVEMBER Vietnam: Hard Road to Peace Hanoi: The Capital Today 561 Hue: My City, Myself 595 Saigon: 14 Years After 604 Finding the Bismarck 622 In a Japanese Garden 638 The Efe: Archers of the African Rain Forest 664 Map: Western Pacific Rim DECEMBER A Renaissance for Michelangelo: The Sistine Chapel Restoration 688 Baja California 714 Advanced Materials-Reshaping Our Lives 746 Washington State 782 Our Year in Review 816 Map: The Holy Land Please print. Ciummed labels do not adhere to this surface.