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Page Plate 1-South America (map).
1 2–Sketch Map of Alaska ::— Map of the St. Elias Region, after La Pérouse
60 #-Map of the eastern Shore of Yakutat Bay, after Dixon. 62 15—Map of the St. Elias Region, after Malaspina ,
0+ (— Map of Bay de Monti, after Malaspina .
60 7-Map of Disenchantment Bay, after Malaspina.
68 8-Sketch Map of St. Elias Region, by Mirk B. KERR
73 9-The Hubbard Glacier.
100 10—Wall of Ice on eastern Side of Atrevida Glacier.
102 11 - View on Atrevida Glacier.
104 12-Entrance of an Ice Tunnel
106 13-Deltas in an abandoned Lake Bed.
108 14- River on Lucia Glacier.
110 1.5—Entrance to a glacial Tunnel
112 10-l'iew of Malaspina (ilacier from Blossom Island.
11+ 17-Moraines on Marvine Glacier...
116 18- View of the Ilitchcock Range from near Dome Pass 118 19- View of Mount St. Elias from Dome Pass
116 204 View of Mount St. Elias from Seward Glacier
1990 21-larte Générale des Découvertes de l'Amiral de Fonte (1702).
R:SELL: Figure 1-Diagram illustrating the formation of Iceberys. 101 2–View of : glacial Lakelet.
119 :—Section of a glacial Lakelet
120 +- Diagram illustrating the formation of marginal (revasses,
128 j-( 'revasses near Pinnacle Pass.
1:0 (-Snow ('rests on Ridges and Peaks.
113 7-Faulted Pebble from Pinnacle Pass
171 9-Faulter Pebble from Pinnacle Pass
PUBLICATIONS OF THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.
In addition to announcements of meetings and various circulars sent to members from time to time, the Society issues a single serial publication entitled The NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. During the first two years of the existence of the Society this serial was issued in quarterly numbers. With the beginning of the third year of the Society and the third volume of the Magazine the form of publication was changed, and the serial now appears at irregular intervals in parts or brochures (designated by pages and designed either for separate preservation or for gathering into volumes) which consist either of single memoirs or of magazine brochures made up of articles, notes, abstracts, and other geographie matter, together with the Proceedings and other administrative records of the Society.
The Magazine is maileil free to members of the Society and to exchanges. The first two volumes, as well as the separate brochures of the third and the complete volume, are soll at the prices given below by the Secretary, Mr. F. H. Sewell, V. S. Geological Survey, Washington, D. C.
Volume I, 1889: 4 numbers, 33+ payes, 16 plates and 26
figures ... Volume II, 1890: 5 numbers, :34+ pages, 10 plates and 11
figures Volume III, 1891 : ('omprising :
South America ; Innual Address by the Presi
dent, Gardiner G. Hubbard : pp. 1-330, pl. 1,
March 28, 1891.
Vice-President Herbert G. Ogden: Pp. 31-40,
April 30, 1891..
President A. W. (reely: pp. 41-52, May 1,
sell : pp. 53–201 (with 8 figures), pls. 2–20, May
February 19, 1892.
In the interests of exact bibliography, the Society takes cognizance of all publications issued either wholly or partly under its auspices. Each author of a memoir published in Tue NationAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE receives 25 copies, and is authorized to order any number of additional copies at a slight advance on the cost of press-work and paper; and these separate brochures are identical with those of the regular edition issued by the Society. ('ontributors to the magazine brochures are authorized to order any number of copies of their contributions at a slight advance on cost of press-work and paper, provided these separates bear the original pagination and a printed reference to the serial and volume from which they are extracted; but such separates are bibliographically distinct from the brochures issued by tire Society. The Magazine is not copyrighted, and articles may be reprinted freely ; and a record of reprints, so far as known, is kept.
The following separates and reprints from volume III have been issued :
100 copies, January 3, 1892.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.
(Abstract of Minutes.)
March 6, 1891.
49th nieeting. Meeting held in the Assembly Hall of the Cosmos Club. VicePresident Hayden in the chair. Attendance, 50.
Captain E. C. Hore, master mariner, delivered an address on “A narrative of ten years' work and travel in the African lake region." Abstract entitled " The Heart of Africa” printed in this rolume, pp. 238–243.
March 13, 1891.
Special meeting. Meeting held in the Lecture Room of the National Museum. Vice-President Ogden in the chair. Attendance, 850.
Captain E. C.. Hore repeated his former lecture with additions. Abstract printed in this rolume, pp. 243–247. March 20, 1891.
50th meeting. Meeting held in the Assembly Hall of the Cosmos Club. Mr. G. K. Gilbert in the chair. Attendance, 35.
Vice-President Greely read a paper on "The cartography and observations of Bering's first voyage.” The paper was discussed by Messrs Dall, Blodgett, Littlehales, and Vice-President Hayden. Printed in this rolume, pp. 205–2.30, pl. 21. Mr. J. Stanley-Brown presented a paper on “ Auriferous
“ sandy from Yakutat bay." Printed in this volume, pp. 196–198.
Mr. I. C. Russell read a paper on “ The geology of the Mount St. Elias region, Alaska.” The paper was discussed by Messrs Gilbert (who had resigned the chair to Vice-President Hayden), Dall, Johnson, and Russell. Incorporated in the memoir forming PP: 53–204, plx. 2-20, of this colume.
Mouch 31, 1891.
Speriul meeting. Meeting hell in the Law Lecture Room of ('olumbian University. Vice-President Ogden in the chair. Attendance, :300.
Mr. Servius Stepniak delivered an adress on "The Russian peasantry"
pril 3, 1891.
51xt meeting. Meeting held in the Issembly Hall of the Cosmos (lub. VicePresident Hayalen in the chair. Attendance, :3.5.
I paper on “ The Mackenzie river and (olinson," by VicePresident (reely, was read by title in the absence of the author.
Ensign J. A. Hoogewerff, U.S. S., presented an account of the " Magnetic work of the United States Naval Observatory.” The paper was (liscussed by Messi's Baker, Abbe, Ogilen, Havden, and Hoogewerfl'.
Mr. F. H. Bigelow presented a paper on " Auroral streamers."
Mr. Cleveland Abbe maile some remarks on - Theories of magnetic phenomena."
April 11, 1891.
Meeting held in the Lecture Hall of the National Museum. President Hubbard in the chair. Attendance, 7.50.
Major J. W. Powell (elivered an adress on ". The Grand cañon of Colorado river."
April 17, 1891.
Meeting held in Lincoln Hall. President Hubbard in the chair. Attendance, 1,000.
Mr. Geo. W. Melville, Engineer-in-Chief, U.S. X., briefly explained the purposes of arctic exploration.
Civil Engineer R. E. Peary, U. S. X., addressed the Society on the subject of his proposed northern Greenland expedition of 1891–92. The lecturer exhibited and explained a number of lantern-slide views illustrating arctic scenery and modes of traveling.
On the conclusion of the address a United States fag, provided for the purpose by Miss Ulrica Dahlgren, was presented by the President on behalf of the Society to Lieut. Peary, who responded feelingly.