National Geographic - January 1905, Vol. 16, No. 1

The Character of Our Immigration, Past & Present - Z.F. McSweeney w/charts. - Our Immigration in 1904, w/maps & illustrations. -  Views of Lhasa, illustrated. -  The Farmers of the United States. -  Educating the Filipinos. -  Why No Americans Have Received Nobel Prizes. -  Progress in China.

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National Geographic - February 1905, Vol. 16, No. 2

Russia. - Marine Hydrographic surveys of the Coasts of the World. With Map. - The Wonderful Canals of China. - Geography and Culture. - Tides in the Bay of Fundy. Illustrated. - The French Conquest of the Sahara. - Observations on the Russo-Japanese War in Japan and Manchuria. - Helping the Farmers. Illustrated. - Geography Notes. - Geographic Literature.

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National Geographic -March 1905, Vol. 16, No. 3

The Characteristics of the Japanese People - Baron Kentaro Kaneko Geographic Names in the United States & the Stories They Tell - R.H. Whitbeck, NJ State Normal School A Growing Camp in the Tanana Gold Fields, Alaska, illustrated - Sidney Paige The Industrial Training of the German People, illustrated Philip Nolan & the Levant Progress in the Philippines The Gardens of West, illustrated The Cause of the Earth's Heat Maps Recently Issued by the US Geological Survey Notes from our Consuls

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National Geographic - April 1905, Vol. 16, No. 4

A Revelation of the Filipinos, illustrated by 130 pictures showing: -types of people -their manner of life -industries -their country & resources. - Some Lessons in Geography - Edward Atkinson The Ziegler Polar Expedition. - The Eighth International Geographic Congress.

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National Geographic - May 1905, Vol. 16, No. 5

The Fisheries in Japan. - A Chapter from Japanese History. -  Our Smallest Possession. - National Geographic Society. -  Utilizing the Desert. - Geologic Folios Schools. -  The Exploration of Alaska. - Geographic Literature

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National Geographic - June 1905, Vol. 16, No. 6

FORCASTING THE WEATHER AND STORMS
A description of Storms, Hot and Cold Waves, Tornadoes, Floods and Weather Forecasting by the Chief of the United States Weather Bureau and the President of the National Geographic Society, Dr. Willia L. Moore. 20 Full Page Charts (15 being colored) and 5 Illustrations.
MAP SHOWING SEAT OF WAR IN MANCHURIA
Supplement.  18 x 44 inches in Two Colors. Beginning just North of Mukden and Covering the Country North to Harbin and East to Vladivostok; the Map shows all roads, trails and Mountains over which the Armies must pass

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National Geographic - July 1905, Vol. 16, No. 7

The Evolution of Russian Government, 14 full page illustrations - Dr. Edwin A. Grosvenor The Purpose of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance - Hon. Eki Hioki of the Japanese Legation The Purple Veil, a Romance of the Sea, illustrated - H.A.L. Our Mines and Quarries, illustrated The Home of the National Geographic Society Victoria Falls, illustrated William Ziegler, illustrated The Foreign Commerce of Japan

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National Geographic - August 1905, Vol. 16, No. 8

Map of the Philippine Islands. In four colors, 23 x 36 inches. Supplement (not included). - The Philippines. By Secretary of war Hon. William H. Taft Illustrated. - Forestry at Home and Abroad. Illustrated. - The Central Great Plains. Illustrated.

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National Geographic - September 1905, Vol. 16, No. 9

Commercial Prize of the Orient, illustrated - Hon. O.P. Austin, Chief, Bureau of Statistics Maps Recently Published by the US Geological Survey Some Notes on the Fox Island Passes, Alaska - J.J. Gilbert A Comparison of Norway and Sweden European Populations Japan and the United States Our Immigration in 1905 Exports of Manufacturers Statistics in Cities The Commercial Valuation of Railway Operating Property in the US The Ziegler Polar Expedition

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National Geographic - October 1905, Vol. 16, No. 10

THE PANAMA CANAL (REAR ADMIRAL COLBY M. CHESTER)' PROGRESS ON THE PANAMA CANAL; THE GREAT CANALS OF THE WORLD

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National Geographic - November 1905, Vol. 16, No. 11

Geography - Sir William Wharton, Hydrographer of British Admiralty The Birthplace of Civilization, illustrated The Proportion of Children in the United States, illustrated The Returns from Alaska, illustrated We Occupy the Best Position on the Map Forests Vital to our Welfare Cotton and the Chinese Boycott Immigration to the Southern States Gannett's "Commercial Geography", illustrated Alleyne Ireland's "The Far Eastern Tropics"

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National Geographic - December 1905, Vol. 16, No. 12

The Parsees and the Towers of Silence in Bombay India. - China and the United States. - What Has Been Accomplished by the United States Toward Building the Panama Canal. -  Russia in Recent Literature. Index for the year 1905

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