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August 1975, Vol. 148, No. 2


River of Sorrow, River of Hope
Georg Gerster paints a vivid portrait of West Africa´s fickle Niger, sometime bringer of riches and at other times of wrenching, drought-borne poverty.

Canada´s Dowager Learns to Swing
If you still think of Toronto as respectably dull, it´s time take another look, say National Geographic´s Ethel Starbird and Bob Madden

"Ice Bird" End Her Lonely Odyssey
David Lewis chalks up a triumphant failure when he brings his tiny sloop safely to Capetown after yet another dismasting in Antarctic seas.

Will Coal Be Tomorrow´s "Black Gold"?
As oil prices soar, yesterday´s scorned fuel looks better and better. But it´s not the whole answer-yet. By Gordon Young and James P. Blair.

The Treasure of Porto Santo
Engravings on a now-lost tankard told wreck-hunter Robert Sténuit where to look for an 18th-century East Indiaman and her cargo of silver bars. Photographs by the author and William R. Curtisinger.

The Pious Ones
Harvey Arden and Nathan Benn explore the closed world of Brooklyn´s Hasidic Jews-a bit of old Hungary transported to a tenement neighborhood in America´s largest city.
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