Nakladatelství NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
November 1982, Vol. 162, No. 5
They built giant pueblos, irrigation works, and an intikate society, and then they dispersed. Thomas Y. Canby travels the Southwest on the terail of one of prehistiric North America´s most advanced-and mystery-shrouded-peoples. Photographs by Dewitt Jones and David Brill, paintings by Roy Andersen.
Pueblo Artistry in Clay
Traditions and methods 2,000 years old guide Southwest potters in the creation of modern masterpieces. A ceramics genealogy and appreciation by David L. Arnold.
Inside the Hopi Homeland
Jake and Susanne Page record beliefs and customs that sustain the Hopis as they face the twin oressures of neighboring Navajos and whte man´s society.
The Making of America
Anew map series portrays the changing cultural and historical landscape of our nation, region by region, starting with this issue´s suplemnet, The Southwest.
The Lost Fleet of Kublai Khan
Rescued from invazion by the kamikaze-divine winf-Japan twice in the 13th century repelled the awesome forces of Kublai Khan. Marine engineer Tarao Mozai and photographer Koji Nakamura report on recovery of artifacts from those battles.
Heat Portrait of the Shuttle
Computer-painted infrared images record the landing of the orbiter "Columbia" last July 4 after its fourth mission. Text by Cliff Tarpy.
The Disaster of El Chichón
Rivaling Mount St. Helena, a littlr-known Mexican volcano exploded last spring. Guillermo Aldana E. and Keneth Garret capture the fire and ash on film; Boris Weintraub relates the horror of the volcano´s victims. Geologist Robert I. Tilling warns that El Chichón´s aftermath my affrect world climate.
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