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National Geographic Magazine Articles

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  • America Goes to the Fair: Farmers and City Dwellers Meet at Booming Harvest Festivals That Entertain and Educate 85,000,000 Visitors a Year. 1954 Sept.
  • America's "Meat on the Hoof": Because Housewives Want Smaller Beef Roasts, Bigger and Leaner Pork Chops, Scientific Breeders Remodel the Steer and Hog. 1952 Jan.
  • Austin: Deep in the Heart of Texans. 1990 June
  • Carnival in San Antonio. 1947 Dec.
  • Dallas! 1984 Sept.
  • Descriptive Topographic Terms of Spanish America. 1896 Sept.
  • Expedition into Texas of Fernando del Bosque, Standard-Bearer of the King, Don Carlos II, in the Year 1675. Translated from an Old, Unpublished Spanish Manuscript. 1903 Sept.
  • The Fabulous State of Texas. 1961 Feb.
  • Houston, Prairie Dynamo. 1967 Sept.
  • La Salle's Last Voyage. 1997 May
  • The Mexican Americans: A People on the Move. 1980 June
  • North With the Wheat Cutters. 1972 Aug.
  • Oil Fields of Texas and California. 1901 July
  • Sam Houston: A Man Too Big for Texas. 1986 Mar
  • San Antonio: "Texas, Actin' Kind of Natural. 1976 Apr.
  • Six Months Alone in a Cave. 1975 Mar.
  • So Big Texas. 1928 June
  • Texas! 1980 Apr.
  • Texas, Our Largest State. 1913 Dec.
  • Texas: The New Dust Bowl. 2012 Sept.
  • Texas West of the Pecos. 1984 Feb.
  • Under the Big Sky: Photographs of the American West. 2010 Oct.
  • A Walk Across America: Part II. 1979 Aug.
  • The Yield of Texas. 1945 Feb.
  • ZipUSA: Mentone, Texas. 2000 Sept.


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