NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Vol.182 n°3 september 1992 Dolphins in crisis/ Pushkin/ African slave trade/ Minnesota lakes/ Ancient Cacaxtla NG VOL.182 N°3

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Magazine en anglais de septembre 1992, Vol. 182 n°3, 140 pages, format standard, en état correct (des agrafes ont été rajoutées ; intérieur frais; couverture en état correct avec marques d’usage).

 

Features:

_COVER :

Dolphins in crisis: In the past decade, millions of these intelligent marine mammals have been drowned in nets or poisoned by polluted waters. Now the world acts to protect them 34 pages

_REPORTS:

Pushkin: Ushering in a glden age of literature, Russia’s beloved Alexander Pushkin has always been more than a poet to his countrymen 26 pages

African Slave Trade, The cruelest commerce: Three and a half centuries of greed brought 10 to 12 million enslaved Africans to the Americas. Their descendants reach back to touch their horrific past 30 pages

Minnesota memoir, a lifetime of lakes: A native son returns to the lake country of his youth and finds once sleepy fishing camps yielding to upscale resorts. The walleyes still bite, but solitude is a rare catch 28 pages

Mural masterpieces of Ancient Cacaxtla: Vivid wall paintings unearthed in central Mexico depict gruesome sacrifices and mythical creatures- offering a glimpse of a long-lost culture of warrior merchants 17 pages

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